Mississippi State vs. Alabama Spread has Crimson Tide a -23 Favorite

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Oct/26/2012
Mississippi State vs. Alabama Spread has Crimson Tide a -23 Favorite

The Mississippi State vs. Alabama spread was -23 with the home team Crimson Tide favored.  The number on this game was previously -24.  You can bet this game at WagerWeb.com, where you can claim up to $2000 in FREE CASH for a limited time only (good until October 31 and based on initial deposit).  Mobile and live wagering is available.   

Nearly 70 percent of those betting the spread in this game are backing the underdog. 

This is an incredibly steep line considering both teams come into this game undefeated.  While Alabama has won the last four in this series, they have failed to cover the current spread in the last two games.

As an underdog, Mississippi State is just 1-9 Straight Up as an underdog and 3-7 Against The Spread over the past three seasons. 

As a favorite of between 21.5 and 31, the Crimson Tide have gone 5-0 ATS. 

The Bulldogs are 10-4 ATS in their last 14 games overall.

The Crimson Tide are 12-4 ATS in their last 16 games following a SU win of more than 20 points.

The Crimson Tide are 1-5 ATS in their last 6 home games.

Saturday – 8:30 pm ET – Mississippi State +23 Alabama Bet Now

Saturday – 3:30 pm ET – Florida -6.5 Georgia Bet Now

Saturday – 3:30 pm ET - Texas Tech +7 Kansas State Bet Now

Saturday – 8 pm ET – Notre Dame +10 Oklahoma Bet Now

Saturday – 3:30 pm ET – USC -6.5 Arizona Bet Now

Saturday – 12 pm ET – Tennessee +14 North Carolina Bet Now

Saturday – 3:30 pm ET – Kent State +13.5 Rutgers Bet Now

Saturday – 3:30 pm ET – Michigan State +6 Wisconsin Bet Now

Saturday – 5:30 pm ET – Ohio State PICK’EM Penn State Bet Now

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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