Louisville Football – Odds to Win the American Athletic Conference 2013

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Mary Montgomery
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Louisville Football – Odds to Win the American Athletic Conference 2013

Louisville football fans and bettors alike will be thrilled to know that your team’s odds of winning the American Athletic Conference in 2013 were set at -120.  Nearly 85 percent of those betting on the American Athletic Conference futures were backing Louisville to win. 


The Cardinals were favored with Cincinnati having the next shortest odds at 3/1.

Richard Cirminiello of Scout.com writes of Louisville:

How hot is Louisville these days? So hot that anything less than a perfect 2013 season will be viewed as a disappointment.

The Cardinals are one of the fastest surging programs in America. In just the past year, they’ve captured the Big East, shocked No. 3 Florida in the Sugar Bowl and forged an agreement to join the ACC in 2014. Heady times indeed in the ‘Ville. Best of all, the victories—on and off the field—may have been setting the table for the season ahead.

Louisville has a head of steam. It has talent as well. The head coach and the star quarterback return, Charlie Strong for his fourth season and Teddy Bridgewater for his third, respectively.

The Cardinals would pay out slightly better than EVEN odds should they win 11 games or more during the regular College Football season.  That’s where we would put our money.  The consensus among experts is that the Cards will win 11 but stumble in their final game against Cincinnati on the road.

Louisville was getting the most betting action for those buying BCS Championship futures at 30/1 odds.  

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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