Conference Championship Spreads 2023; Syracuse Next Coach Odds

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Nov/23/2023

We're looking ahead to conference championship weekend the first two days of December, and there are a few fantastic matchups that could develop.

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And, of course, a few of these games will have serious implication on the College Football Playoff picture.

SportsBetting.ag has set spreads for five likely conference championship matchups, as well as the two outcomes for the Big Ten title game.

Here are the current numbers:

 

    New Mexico State vs. Liberty (-10)

 

    Miami Ohio vs. Toledo (-7)

 

    Georgia vs. Alabama (+5)

 

    Louisville vs. Florida State (-5)

 

    Oregon vs. Washington (+7.5)

 

    Michigan vs. Iowa (+21.5)

 

    Ohio State vs. Iowa (+21.5)

 

Additionally, Syracuse dismissed Dino Babers earlier this week, and below are odds for this replacement

Head coach hiring odds are subject to change and will be updated in real-time.

 

Next Syracuse Head Coach                   

Dan Mullen                   4/1

Bob Chesney                 5/1

Sean Lewis                    6/1

Curt Cignetti                 7/1

Jamey Chadwell            8/1

Liam Coen                    9/1

Jason Candle                 12/1

Tony White                   12/1

Willie Fritz                    12/1

Bill O'Brien                   14/1

Jim Knowles                  14/1

Bronco Mendenhall       16/1

Dan Pitcher                   16/1

Kyle Flood                     16/1

Teryl Austin                  16/1

Charles Huff                  20/1

Doug Marrone              20/1

Jesse Minter                 20/1

Mike Tressel                 20/1

Tyson Helton                20/1

Manny Diaz                  25/1

Matt Patricia                 25/1

Chuck Martin                30/1

Fran Brown                   30/1

Nathaniel Hackett         30/1

- SportsBetting.ag News Wire

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