2019 MLB World Series Futures

2019 MLB World Series Futures

Welcome to October baseball fans! The 2019 MLB playoff field is set. Postseason action starts on Tuesday, October 1st with the NL Wild Card Game. If the World Series goes the distance, the 2019 champions will be crowned on October 30th after Game 7.

2019 MLB World Series Futures

Let’s take a look at the 2019 MLB World Series futures including AL/NL Pennant odds and World Series winner/matchup odds as 10 teams enter the playoffs with hopes of a championship run.

American League Pennant Odds

Houston Astros -115
New York Yankees +250
Minnesota Twins +775
Tampa Bay Rays +1250
Oakland Athletics +1400

National League Pennant Odds

Los Angeles Dodgers -105
Atlanta Braves +295
St. Louis Cardinals +675
Washington Nationals +750
Milwaukee Brewers +1200

World Series Odds

Houston Astros +200
Los Angeles Dodgers +285
New York Yankees +380
Atlanta Braves +1000
Minnesota Twins +1600
St. Louis Cardinals +1925
Washington Nationals +2200
Tampa Bay Rays +2350
Oakland Athletics +2800
Milwaukee Brewers +3750

World Series Matchup Odds

Los Angeles Dodgers vs Houston Astros +256
Los Angeles Dodgers vs New York Yankees +390
Atlanta Braves vs Houston Astros +636
Atlanta Braves vs New York Yankees +1300
St. Louis Cardinals vs Houston Astros +1385
Washington Nationals vs Houston Astros +1530
Los Angeles Dodgers vs Minnesota Twins +1650
Milwaukee Brewers vs Houston Astros +2385
Los Angeles Dodgers vs Tampa Bay Rays +2550
St. Louis Cardinals vs New York Yankees +2725
Los Angeles Dodgers vs Oakland Athletics +2875
Washington Nationals vs New York Yankees +3000
Atlanta Braves vs Minnesota Twins +3525
Milwaukee Brewers vs New York Yankees +4625
Atlanta Braves vs Tampa Bay Rays +5350
Atlanta Braves vs Oakland Athletics +6050
St. Louis Cardinals vs Minnesota Twins +7250
Washington Nationals vs Minnesota Twins +8000
St. Louis Cardinals vs Tampa Bay Rays +11000
Washington Nationals vs Tampa Bay Rays +12100
Milwaukee Brewers vs Minnesota Twins +12200
St. Louis Cardinals vs Oakland Athletics +12400
Washington Nationals vs Oakland Athletics +13700
Milwaukee Brewers vs Tampa Bay Rays +18500
Milwaukee Brewers vs Oakland Athletics +21000

Trending NFL Week 5 Games With Spreads, Moneyline Odds, O/U Totals

Trending NFL Week 5 Games With Spreads, Moneyline Odds, O/U Totals

The early NFL opening spreads, moneyline odds, and over/under totals for Week 5 dropped yesterday afternoon and here are the top trending NFL Week 5 matchups!

Trending NFL Spreads, Moneyline Odds, O/U Totals Week 5

LA Rams (3-1) at Seattle (3-1)
Thursday, Oct 2, 2019 at 8:20 PM ET
Spread: PK
Moneyline: -110
O/U: 49
TV: FOX/NFL

The Rams gave up an insane 55 points in Sunday’s stunning home loss against Tampa Bay, but that’s not the worst part. No, with quarterback Jared Goff tossing three interceptions and looking like the same shell-shocked quarterback we saw in last season’s Super Bowl, Russell Wilson and Seattle are looking like an excellent bet to extract some payback in Week 5.

Atlanta (1-3) at Houston (2-2)
Sunday, Oct 6, 2019 at 1:00 PM ET
Spread: Houston -5
Moneyline: Atlanta +190
O/U: 49
TV: FOX

The Falcons and Texans both looked mediocre at best while scoring an identical 10 points in their respective Week 4 losses to Tennessee and Carolina, making this Week 5 matchup of pick for the lesser of two evils. With the Texans at home and Deshaun Watson now better than Matt Ryan, the Falcons are clearly facing an uphill battle to avoid a dismal 1-4 start.

Tampa Bay (2-2) at New Orleans (3-1)
Sunday, Oct 6, 2019 at 1:00 PM ET
NFL Odds: New Orleans -3½
Moneyline: Tampa Bay +155
O/U: 47½
TV: FOX

The much-maligned Jameis Winston and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers opened up a can on the L.A. Rams on Sunday by scoring 55-points and beating the OVER by themselves. On the flip side, the Teddy Bridgewater led New Orleans Saints have won two in a row without Drew Brees on the strength of special teams and defense.

Minnesota (2-2) at NY Giants (2-2)
Sunday, Oct 6, 2019 at 1:00 PM ET
NFL Odds: Minnesota -4½
Moneyline: N/A
O/U: 45
TV: FOX

Kirk Cousins and Minnesota’s offense got wholly shut down in their 16-6 Week 4 road loss to Chicago while New York won their second straight with rookie Daniel Jones under center. Still, I’m expecting Vikings defensive-minded head coach Mike Zimmer to confuse the heck out of Jones in Week 5 with several looks he definitely never faced a year ago when he was leading Duke.

Chicago (3-1) vs Oakland (2-2) from Tottenham Hotspur Stadium – London
Sunday, Oct. 6, 2019 at 1:00 PM ET
NFL Odds: Chicago -5
Moneyline: Oakland +190
O/U: 41½
TV: FOX

Sure, Derek Carr and the Raiders were impressive in their upset road win over Indianapolis this past weekend, but after watching Khalil Mack and the Bears defense obliterate Kirk Cousins, Dalvin Cook and the rest of Minnesota’s offense in Week 4, Chicago is looking great heading into Week 5 – especially if Mitch Trubisky doesn’t see the field.

Baltimore (2-2) at Pittsburgh (0-3)
Sunday, Oct. 6, 2019 at 1:00 PM ET
NFL Odds: Baltimore -3½
Moneyline: Pittsburgh +160
O/U: 42½
TV: CBS

Lamar Jackson still needs to improve as a passer as evidenced by his lackluster performance in Sunday’s humbling loss to Cleveland, but I’m expecting Baltimore’s stout defense to give Mason Rudolph fits in this one no matter how the young signal-caller looks on Monday night against division rival Cincinnati.

N.Y. Jets (0-3) at Philadelphia (2-2)
Sunday, Oct 6, 2019 at 1:00 PM ET
NFL Odds: Philadelphia -14
Moneyline: New York Jets +500
O/U: 44½
TV: CBS

The Jets have looked almost completely inept through three games, and they desperately need quarterback Sam Darnold back under center if they are to have any chance at salvaging an already lost season. Conversely, Philly might have found a winning formula after featuring former Bears Pro Bowl running back and rookie Miles Sanders in their thrilling win over Green Bay. Even as two-touchdown home faves, the Birds have the look of a team that will cover the spread in this one with room to spare.

Green Bay (3-1) at Dallas (3-1)
Sunday, Oct 6, 2019 at 4:25 PM ET
NFL Odds: Dallas -3½
Moneyline: Green Bay +160
O/U: 47½
TV: FOX

What a difference a week makes with Green Bay and Dallas both suffering their respective first losses of the season this past weekend. After watching the Packers run defense get shredded by Philly this past weekend, Ezekiel Elliott looks like he could be in for a massive day in this intriguing Week 5 matchup of NFC playoff hopefuls.

Indianapolis (2-2) at Kansas City (4-0)
Sunday, Oct 6, 2019 at 8:20 PM ET
NFL Odds: Kansas City -10½
Moneyline: Indianapolis +425
O/U: 57
TV: NBC

The Colts suffered a surprising home loss against Oakland this past weekend, but Patrick Mahomes and the explosive Chiefs struggled to get past a clearly underrated Detroit Lions squad. While Mahomes and the Chiefs are definitely going to be tough to beat at Arrowhead Stadium in this one, the near double-digit spread makes Indy look attractive at the very least to cover the chalk as a road dog.

Cleveland (2-2) at San Francisco (3-0)
Monday, Oct 7, 2019 at 8:15 PM ET
NFL Odds: San Francisco -3½
Moneyline: Cleveland +170
O/U: 47½
TV: ESPN

The Browns looked fantastic in this convincing win over Baltimore this past weekend, but the Niners will be well-rested following their Week 4 bye, not to mention Frisco is ranked fourth in scoring and eighth in points allowed and playing at home in this suddenly intriguing Week 5 inter-conference clash!

Must Bet College Football Games Week 6

Must Bet College Football Games Week 6

North Carolina almost broke college football when the Tar Heels almost upset the top-ranked Clemson Tigers this past Saturday. But sadly it wasn’t meant to be. The other games were mostly as advertised and drama free. That’s good news for college football bettors. Now let’s look at the top must bet games for College Football Week 6 action.

Must Bet College Football Games Week 6

Oklahoma (4-0) at Kansas (2-3)
Saturday, Oct. 6, 2019 at 12:00 PM ET
TV: ABC
Week 6 Spread: Oklahoma -35½

Jalen Hurts had another monster performance as Oklahoma throttled Texas Tech 55-16 on Saturday. With Kansas on the wrong end of a 51-14 smackdown loss against TCU this past weekend, it’s no wonder almost 65 percent of college football bettors already like the Sooners to cover the chalk as five-touchdown, plus road favorites.

Iowa (4-0) at Michigan (3-1)
Saturday, Oct. 6, 2019 at 12:00 PM ET
TV: N/A
Week 6 Spread: Michigan -5½

Iowa has not allowed more than 17 points this season, and despite a massive win over lowly Rutgers this past weekend, Shea Patterson and Michigan still look quite wobbly after their Week 3 blowout road loss at Wisconsin which came on the heels of a narrow overtime win against Army. That’s right…Army.

Auburn (5-0) at Florida (5-0)
Saturday, Oct. 6, 2019 at 3:30 PM ET
TV: CBS
Week 6 Spread: Auburn -3

The Gators are unbeaten through five games, but three of their wins have come against overmatched Tennessee-Martin and Towson and a completely inept Tennessee squad. Seventh-ranked Auburn has been far more impressive in recording a trio of impressive wins over Oregon, Texas A&M and most recently, Mississippi State, which is why they’re favored despite being on the road in this SEC clash.

Texas (3-1) at West Virginia (3-1)
Saturday, Oct. 6, 2019 at 3:30 PM ET
TV: ABC
Week 6 Spread: Texas -10½

Texas barely got by Oklahoma State this past weekend while giving up 30 points to the Cowboys, but West Virginia will be hard-pressed to remain unbeaten seeing as how the Mountaineers got spanked by mediocre Missouri and barely got past lowly Kansas 29-24 on Saturday.

Georgia (4-0) at Tennessee (1-3)
Saturday, Oct. 6, 2019 at 7:00 PM ET
TV: ESPN
Week 6 Spread: Georgia -25

Jake Fromm and the third-ranked Bulldogs will be well-rested following their solid home win over Notre Dame two weeks ago, not that it will matter much against a Tennessee squad that has suffered embarrassing losses to Georgia State, BYU and Florida. If the Dawgs don’t have the game well in hand by halftime, I’ll be completely and utterly shocked.

Michigan State (4-1) at Ohio State (5-0)
Saturday, Oct. 6, 2019 at 7:30 PM ET
TV: ABC
Week 6 Spread: Ohio State -20½

Michigan State might be sporting an impressive 4-1 mark heading into this Big Ten battle, but the Spartans have beaten the likes of Tulsa, Western Michigan and Indiana and they didn’t look anemic in getting past the Hoosiers this past weekend. On the flip side of the coin, Ohio State is playing fantastic under head coach Ryan Day, and new starting quarterback Justin Fields is right in the Heisman mix thanks to his string of absolutely eye-opening performances so far.

Tulsa (2-2) at SMU (5-0)
Saturday, Oct. 6, 2019 at 7:30 PM ET
TV: ESPNU
Week 6 Spread: SMU -12½

Tulsa’s two wins this season have come against San Jose State and Wyoming, and that’s just not very encouraging, especially seeing as how SMU has scored 41 or more in four straight while looking mostly phenomenal in their last two wins over TCU and South Florida.

California (4-1) at Oregon (3-1)
Saturday, Oct. 6, 2019 at 8:00 PM ET
TV: FOX
Week 6 Spread: NL

Cal suffered a crushing home loss against Arizona State this past weekend, but the Bears have a real quality win over Washington, and they’ve held the opposition to 20 points or less in four games. Despite their solid 3-1 mark right now, I’m not impressed with Oregon, seeing as how the Ducks’ threw wins this season have come against Nevada, Montana and a Stanford team that has looked abysmal in 2019.

Washington (4-1) at Stanford (2-3)
Saturday, Oct. 6, 2019 at 10:30 PM ET
TV: ESPN
Week 6 Spread: Washington -14

Washington has gotten its act together nicely the last three weeks after their upset home loss against Cal. The Huskies have taken out Hawaii, BYU, and USC in convincing style and they look like they could rout a Stanford team that suffered three straight losses against USC, Central Florida and Oregon before narrowly getting past inept Oregon State by a field goal on Saturday.

Boise State (4-0) at UNLV (1-3)
Saturday, Oct. 6, 2019 at 10:30 PM ET
TV: CBSSN
Week 6 Spread: NL

Boise State hasn’t really faced anyone of consequence this season, including their season-opening win against Florida State, but the Broncos don’t look like they’ll have any trouble beating the pants off a UNLV squad that has lost three straight while getting held to 17 points or less, including their pitiful 53-17 blowout loss against Wyoming this past weekend.

Click here for the latest college football rankings.

Bold Predictions for the 2019-20 NBA Season

Bold Predictions for the 2019-20 NBA Season

After an exciting season where a team without LeBron or Steph won the NBA Championship, who’s ready for more basketball? The 2019 NBA preseason tips-off on September 20th before the 74th NBA regular season gets underway on October 22nd.

Bold Predictions for the 2019-20 NBA Season

Lakers Still Lackluster

After the Lakers acquired Anthony Davis, everyone went nuts in La-La Land. All was right in the world again because The King and the top big man in the league had landed in the same spot and that same spot was Hollywood.

Unfortunately, Laker fans will be disappointed again. LA still doesn’t have a real point-guard while AD is more of a walking wounded regular than starting player in the NBA. Oh, they’ll make the playoffs, they just won’t go anywhere.

Clippers Slice and Dice the Rest of the NBA

Kawhi and PG-13 are going to go Friday the 13th on the rest of the NBA this season. Expect the pair to take a chainsaw to their competition. Why? Unlike the Lakers who went all-in for a talented but injury-prone superstar, the Clippers kept players that will flatter Leonard’s and Paul George’s skills.

Celtics Find a Tiny Pot of Gold at the End of the Rainbow

Boston’s dead, right? Not so fast. The Celtics have an excellent group heading into the season. Kemba Walker, Marcus Smart, Jayson Tatum, and Gordon Hayward should surprise plenty in the dull Eastern Conference. Also, the Bucks didn’t change all that much, which means the tiny pot of gold the Leprechauns are likely to find, a playoff berth, could turn into a giant pot of gold, a trip to the NBA Finals if everything comes together.

In Oakland, Splash Brothers Return to Championship Form

Really? The Warriors won’t 50 games because Kevin Durant and Andre Iguodala are gone? Let’s get serious for a moment.

The Golden State Warriors traded for a real point-guard, DeAngelo Russell. That means they can rest Steph Curry. That means Steph will be ready to roll before the playoffs. That means Steph takes the pressure off Kyle. That means Steph can get close to bringing 2015 back. Plus Klay Thompson will be back from knee surgery.

Will Brodie and the Beard Show Up or Fizzle?

It sounds like a match made in heaven. Reunite two superstars. But will having the best backcourt in James “The Beard” Harden and Russell “Brodie” Westbrook equate to wins, especially playoff wins?

The Beard is a seven-time NBA All-Star, won an MVP award in 2017-18 and has made the All-NBA First Team five times. Last season, Harden averaged 36.1 points, 7.5 assists and 6.6 rebounds per game. An eight-time NBA All-Star himself, The Brodie has also won an NBA MVP (2016-17), has been selected to an All-NBA team seven times and was the league scoring champion in 2015 and 2017.

Will there be enough time on the clock for both players to get the looks they desire?

Bold NHL Futures Betting Predictions

Bold NHL Futures Predictions

The 2019 NHL season is on the horizon and if you are betting on NHL futures read my bold 2019-20 NHL futures predictions first.

Bold NHL Futures Betting Predictions

Don’t Bet On The Tampa Bay Lightning To Win the Eastern Conference…

The Tampa Bay Lightning dominated last season. They were so formidable that even on sunny days, the rest of the NHL had to watch out for thunderbolts. But, Tampa’s Lightning became a Naked and Afraid like fire starter spark in the playoffs. That can work on a team’s mind, which is why Tampa’s a bad bet to win the deep Eastern Conference.

…And Don’t Bet On Toronto Maple Leafs To Win the East…

Can anyone help but not dream of pancakes every time they see the Leafs’ logo? Just like the syrup made from their moniker, Toronto will slip away in the playoffs this season. Toronto lost too much during the offseason while, we’re repeating here, the East is deep. Leafs and Lightning bow out early in the postseason just like they did in 2018-2019.

…And Pass On The Boston Bruins

Boston, you say? Sure, they’re a contender, but let’s be real for a moment. The Bruins knocked out Toronto and then skated past Columbus and Carolina. Both those squads are decent, not great, which means if they face the team that will win the Eastern Conference this season in the playoffs, they’ll get smashed like so many tiny piles of Boston baked beans under a pint of Sam Adams from a beer drinker who doesn’t understand how to play Candy Crush.

Back The Caps If You Are Picking An Eastern Conference Winner

Nancy might be after Donny with the impeachment talk, but no fan will want to send the Caps scurrying for cover this season. Washington’s three most important players, Nicklas Backstrom, Alex Ovechkin, and Braden Holtby are all over 30.

The elder Capitals statesmen can still play some ball, though, which means the 2017-2018 Lord Stanley subjects can get it done again. Plus, they play in the calmer Metropolitan than the three-deep Atlantic.

Bet On The Calgary Flames To Engulf The Rest Of The West

The Calgary Flames will surprise the entire West and come out on top. Yes, Calgary bowed out of the playoffs without a fight last year. But they got tougher with the addition of Milan Lucic. If the Flames front office can sign Matthew Tkachuk in a timely manner, they will have the core team that made up the best team in the Western Conference and tied the Sharks for the second-most goals scored.

NBA Championship Odds 2019-20

NBA Championship Odds 2019-20

Who else is ready for the 2019-20 NBA season to tip-off? Well, the wait is almost over. Preseason starts on September 30th with the first regular-season games tipping off on October 22nd. Click here for a full list of NBA futures.

The defending NBA champion Toronto Raptors are a +5500 long shot at repeating without superstar Kawhi Leonard who bolted for his hometown. Joining the NBA Finals MVP on the Clippers is Paul George making the other Los Angeles team a +420 favorite to win the Larry O’Brien NBA Championship Trophy. LeBron James, Anthony Davis, and the Lakers are the second favorite at +440. The Milwaukee Bucks are the third favorite to win the NBA Title paying out +570.

NBA Championship Odds 2019-20

Los Angeles Clippers +420
Los Angeles Lakers +440
Milwaukee Bucks +570
Philadelphia 76ers +725
Houston Rockets +750
Golden State Warriors +1200
Utah Jazz +1200
Denver Nuggets +2000
Boston Celtics +2600
Brooklyn Nets +3000
Portland Trail Blazers +3000
New Orleans Pelicans +5500
Toronto Raptors +5500
Indiana Pacers +6600
Dallas Mavericks +9500
Miami Heat +10000
San Antonio Spurs +10500
Orlando Magic +18500
Sacramento Kings +20000
Atlanta Hawks +27500
Detroit Pistons +30000
Minnesota Timberwolves +36500
Oklahoma City Thunder +50000
Chicago Bulls +50000
Phoenix Suns +56500
New York Knicks +100000
Washington Wizards +100000
Memphis Grizzlies +100000
Cleveland Cavaliers +150000
Charlotte Hornets +200000

NFL Opening Betting Spreads, O/U Totals & TV Schedule

NFL Opening Betting Spreads, O/U Totals & TV Schedule Week 4

Set your watches for NFL Week 4 action with the opening betting spreads and O/U betting totals from 5Dimes.

NFL Opening Betting Spreads, O/U Totals & TV Schedule Week 4

Week 4 kicks off on Thursday night when the undefeated Packers play their fourth consecutive game at Lambeau this season as they host the Eagles. The other primetime games include the Cowboys traveling to New Orleans to face the Saints on Sunday Night Football and the Steelers hosting AFC North rival Bengals on Monday Night Football.

Thursday, September 26

Philadelphia Eagles @ Green Bay Packers -4½, 46½ | 8:20 PM | NFL Network, Fox, Amazon Prime Video

Sunday, September 29

Tennessee Titans @ Atlanta Falcons -5, 46 | 1 PM | CBS
Washington Redskins @ New York Giants -3, 46½ | 1 PM | Fox
Los Angeles Chargers @ Miami Dolphins +16½, 44½ | 1 PM | CBS
Oakland Raiders @ Indianapolis Colts -7, 45| 1 PM | CBS
Carolina Panthers @ Houston Texans -4, 46 | 1 PM | Fox
Kansas City Chiefs @ Detroit Lions +6½, 54 | 1 PM | Fox
Cleveland Browns @ Baltimore Ravens | 1 PM | CBS
New England Patriots @ Buffalo Bills +7, 43½ | 1 PM | CBS
Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Los Angeles Rams | 4:05 PM | Fox
Seattle Seahawks @ Arizona Cardinals +4, 47 | 4:05 PM | Fox
Minnesota Vikings @ Chicago Bears -3, 38 | 4:25 PM | CBS
Jacksonville Jaguars @ Denver Broncos -3, 38 | 4:25 PM | CBS
Dallas Cowboys @ New Orleans Saints +3, 46 | 8:20 PM | NBC

Monday, September 30

Cincinnati Bengals @ Pittsburgh Steelers -4, 43½ | 8:15 PM | ESPN

College Football Odds, Schedule, TV Info Week 5

College Football Odds, Schedule, TV Info Week 5

Get ready for Week 5 of college football! Here is the current TV schedule plus the opening college football Week 5 betting spreads.

College Football Week 5 Odds, Schedule, TV Info

All times ET

Thursday, Sept. 26
Navy at Memphis -11½ | 8 PM | ESPN

Friday, Sept. 27
Duke at Virginia Tech -2½ | 7 PM | ESPN
Penn State at Maryland +6 | 8 PM | FS1
San Jose State at Air Force -20½ | 8 PM | CBSSN
Arizona State at California -4½ | 10:30 PM | ESPN

Saturday, Sept. 28
Texas Tech at Oklahoma -24½ | 12 PM | FOX
Northern Illinois at Vanderbilt -6½| 12 PM | SEC Network
Texas A&M vs. Arkansas +21½ | 12 PM | ESPN (Arlington, TX)
BYU at Toledo +3 | 12 PM | ESPN+
Northwestern at Wisconsin -23 | 12 PM | ABC
Middle Tennessee at Iowa -23½ | 12 PM | ESPN2
Holy Cross at Syracuse | 12 PM | ACC Network
Central Michigan at Western Michigan -17 | 12 PM | CBSSN
Kansas at TCU -16½ | 12 PM | FS1
Rutgers at Michigan | 12 PM | Big Ten Network
Buffalo at Miami (OH) -1½ | 12 PM | ESPNU
Delaware at Pitt | 12:30 PM | ACC RSN
Clemson at North Carolina +25½ | 3:30 PM | ABC/ESPN
Southern California at Washington -9½ | 3:30 PM | FOX
Coastal Carolina at Appalachian State -16 | 3:30 PM | ESPN+
Georgia Tech at Temple -10 | 3:30 PM | CBSSN
Wake Forest at Boston College +6 | 3:30 PM | ACC Network
Iowa State at Baylor +2½ | 3:30 PM | ABC, ESPN or ESPN2
Virginia at Notre Dame -11 | 3:30 PM | NBC
Ole Miss at Alabama -35 | 3:30 PM | CBS
Indiana at Michigan State -14½ | 3:30 PM | Big Ten Network
Florida Atlantic at Charlotte +1 | 3:30 PM | NFL Network
Minnesota at Purdue | 3:30 PM | ESPN or ESPN2
Akron at UMass +5 | 3:30 PM | FloSports
Towson at Florida | 4 PM | SEC Network
SMU at South Florida +7½ | 4 PM | ESPNU
Cincinnati at Marshall +3 | 5 PM | CBSSN on Facebook
East Carolina at Old Dominion -3 | 6 PM | ESPN+
New Mexico at Liberty -8½ | 6 PM | ESPN+
Arkansas State at Troy -5½ | 6 PM | ESPN+
Louisiana at Georgia Southern +3½ | 6 PM | ESPN+
Mississippi State at Auburn -10½ | 7 PM | ESPN
Stanford at Oregon State +3 | 7 PM | Pac-12 Networks
UConn at UCF -42½ | 7 PM | ESPN2
South Alabama at UL Monroe -16 | 7 PM | ESPN+
UTEP at Southern Miss -25 | 7 PM | ESPN+
UAB at Western Kentucky +2½ | 7 PM | ESPN+
Louisiana Tech at Rice +11 | 7 PM | ESPN3
Nicholls State at Texas State | 7 PM | ESPN3
Kansas State at Oklahoma State -4 | 7 PM | Big 12 Now on ESPN+
N.C. State at Florida State | 7:30 PM | ACC Network
Ohio State at Nebraska +15½ | 7:30 PM | ABC
Colorado State at Utah State -20½ | 7:30 PM | CBSSN
Kentucky at South Carolina | 7:30 PM | SEC Network
UNLV at Wyoming | 8 PM | ESPNU
Houston at North Texas +2 | 8 PM | CBSSN on Facebook
Fresno State at New Mexico State +17½ | 8 PM | FloSports
Washington State at Utah -5½ | 10 PM | FS1
UCLA at Arizona -7½ | 10:30 PM | ESPN
Hawai’i at Nevada -2 | 10:30 PM | ESPN2

Click here for the latest college football rankings.

Odds To Win The Stanley Cup

Odds To Win The Stanley Cup

The 102nd season of the NHL is set to begin with 31 teams playing 82 games to qualify for the Stanley Cup Playoffs. The regular season starts on October 2nd and runs until April 4th. The next Stanley Cup champion will be crowned in June 2020.

The defending Stanley Cup champion St Louis Blues are listed at +1700 to repeat as champions. The Stanley Cup betting favorite is the Tampa Bay Lightning +625 followed by the Vegas Golden Knights +725. Canada’s top shot at bringing the Stanley Cup home after decades in American hands is the Toronto Maple Leafs +1100.

Odds To Win The Stanley Cup 2019-20 Season

Tampa Bay Lightning +625
Vegas Golden Knights +725
Toronto Maple Leafs +1100
Dallas Stars +1375
Florida Panthers +1475
Boston Bruins +1500
Nashville Predators +1525
Colorado Avalanche +1575
St. Louis Blues +1700
New York Rangers +2000
Washington Capitals +2000
Pittsburgh Penguins +2300
Winnipeg Jets +2500
Calgary Flames +2500
New Jersey Devils +2650
Chicago Blackhawks +2650
New York Islanders +3000
San Jose Sharks +3000
Carolina Hurricanes +3000
Arizona Coyotes +4000
Philadelphia Flyers +5000
Vancouver Canucks +5000
Minnesota Wild +5500
Edmonton Oilers +5750
Montreal Canadiens +6600
Los Angeles Kings +10000
Buffalo Sabres +10000
Columbus Blue Jackets +10000
Anaheim Ducks +10000
Detroit Red Wings +20000
Ottawa Senators +30000

Early Trending Bowl Game Odds

Burrow leapfrogs Tua, Trevor & Jalen as Favorite in Latest 2019 Heisman Trophy Odds

Joe Burrow of LSU is the new odds on betting favorite to win the Heisman Trophy.

Over the summer, Tua Tagovailoa (+400) and Trevor Lawrence (+800) were neck and neck across every sportsbook as the betting favorites to win the 2019 Heisman Trophy. But there is a new kid on the block, and his name is Joe Burrow (+350).

The LSU quarterback started the season as a +20000 betting long shot to win the Heisman. But after three weeks, Burrow leads the nation with an 83.3 completion percentage. He is second in the country with 1,122 passing yards. Plus Burrow sits one behind Tagovailoa and Washington State’s Anthony Gordon for the nation’s top passing touchdown mark.

Just as surprising as Burrow’s Heisman Trophy odds ascension is Lawrence’s sophomore slump. After last season’s championship run as a freshman, Lawrence was anointed as the future No. 1 pick in the 2021 NFL Draft. However, he is No. 20 in the nation in passing yards. He’s tied for No. 30 overall in passing touchdowns. Clemson might be 3-0, but Lawrence has thrown for just five touchdown passes but also five interceptions.

Now, let’s take a closer look at the complete 2019 Heisman Trophy odds after three weeks of college football action.

Heisman Trophy Odds

Joe Burrow (QB LSU) +350
Jalen Hurts (QB Oklahoma) +400
Tua Tagovailoa (QB Alabama) +400
Trevor Lawrence (QB Clemson) +800
Justin Fields (QB Ohio State) +1100
Jake Fromm (QB Georgia) +1300
D’Andre Swift (RB Georgia) +1475
Jonathan Taylor (RB Wisconsin) +1700
Justin Herbert (QB Oregon) +2000
Sam Ehlinger (QB Texas) +2000
Travis Etienne (RB Clemson) +3000
Jerry Jeudy (WR Alabama) +5000
Kellen Mond (QB Texas A&M) +5000
Shea Patterson (QB Michigan) +6000
Tee Higgins (WR Clemson) +6600
Sean Clifford (QB Penn State) +8000
Jacob Eason (QB Washington) +8000
Alex Delton (QB TCU) +8000
AJ Dillon (RB Boston College) +8000
J.K Dobbins (RB Ohio State) +10000
Khalil Tate (QB Arizona) +10000
Ian Book (QB Notre Dame) +10000
Rondale Moore (WR Purdue) +10000
Jordan Love (QB Utah State) +10000
D’Eriq King (QB Houston) +10000
Kelly Bryant (QB Missouri) +12500
Alan Bowman (QB Texas Tech) +12500
Kennedy Brooks (RB Oklahoma) +15000
Jake Bentley (QB South Carolina) +15000
Trey Sermon (RB Oklahoma) +15000
Charlie Brewer (QB Baylor) +15000
Gage Gubrud (QB Washington State) +15000
Justyn Ross (WR Clemson) +15000
Najee Harris (RB Alabama) +20000
Chuba Hubbard (RB Oklahoma State) +20000
Eno Benjamin (RB Arizona State) +20000
Tylan Wallace (WR Oklahoma State) +20000
Adrian Martinez (QB Nebraska) +20000
Bo Nix (QB Auburn) +25000
David Summers (QB Syracuse) +25000
CeeDee Lamb (WR Oklahoma) +27500
Austin Kendall (QB West Virginia) +27500
Brandon Wimbush (QB Central Florida) +50000
Deondre Francois (QB Florida Atlantic) +50000
Tate Martell (QB Miami Florida) +50000
K.J Costello (QB Stanford) +50000