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LVH Championship Odds
The Las Vegas Hotel & Casino (LVH) recently released future odds for the seven college football conferences that will have championship games this December. The only conferences without a championship game are the Big 12, Big East and Sun Belt.

ACC Championship Game Odds

Date: Saturday, Dec. 7
Venue: Bank of America Stadium
Location: Charlotte, North Carolina
2012 Result: Florida State 21 Georgia Tech 15

Florida State 5/4
Clemson 2/1
Virginia Tech 6/1
Miami, Fl. 6/1
North Carolina 10/1
Georgia Tech 18/1
Pittsburgh 40/1
North Carolina State 50/1
Maryland 50/1
Virginia 50/1
Syracuse 60/1
Duke 60/1
Wake Forest 100/1
Boston College 100/1

Betting Notes: Florida State and Clemson have won the last two years and are in the same division (Atlantic), which means they can't meet in the championship. Virginia Tech (3) and FSU (2) are the only schools that have won the ACC Championship since the title game started in 2005.

Big Ten Championship Odds

Date: Saturday, Dec. 7
Venue: Lucas Oil Stadium
Location: Indianapolis, Indiana
2012 Result: Wisconsin 70 Nebraska 31

Ohio State 4/5
Wisconsin 9/4
Michigan 9/2
Nebraska 9/2
Michigan State 5/1
Northwestern 12/1
Iowa 40/1
Indiana 50/1
Minnesota 50/1
Purdue 100/1
Illinois 100/1
Penn State (OFF - Ineligible)

Betting Notes: Wisconsin has won the first two Big Ten Championship games. Ohio State (8-0) and Penn State (6-2) both finished ahead of Wisconsin in the Leaders Division but they were ineligible for postseason play.

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Conference USA Championship Odds


Date: Saturday, Dec. 7
Venue: TBD (Highest Seeded Team)
Location: TBD (Highest Seeded Team)
2012 Result: Tulsa 33 Central Florida 27 (OT)

Tulsa 3/2
Marshall 3/1
East Carolina 3/1
Rice 10/1
Southern Mississippi 12/1
Louisiana Tech 18/1
North Texas 18/1
Middle Tennessee State 18/1
UTEP 40/1
UAB 40/1
Florida Atlantic 50/1
Florida International 50/1
Tulane 50/1
Texas-San Antonio 75/1

Betting Notes: Tulsa appears to be the team to beat in the West while Marshall and East Carolina will battle for the top spot in the East Division. Coincidentally those two schools will meet on Friday Nov. 29, which is the last game of the regular season from Huntington, West Virginia.

MAC Championship Odds

Date: Friday, Dec. 6
Venue: Ford Field
Location: Detroit, Michigan
2012 Results: Northern Illinois 44 Kent State 37 (2OT)

Northern Illinois 3/2
Bowling Green 11/4
Ohio 5/1
Toledo 6/1
Ball State 7/1
Buffalo 15/1
Western Michigan 15/1
Kent State 25/1
Central Michigan 40/1
Akron 50/1
Miami, Ohio 60/1
Eastern Michigan 60/1
Massachusetts 100/1

Betting Notes: Northern Illinois has been in the MAC Championship three straight years, winning two titles. Bowling Green is the top betting choice from the East Division.

Mountain West Championship Odds

Date: Saturday, Dec. 7
Venue: TBD (Highest Rated BCS Team)
Location: TBD (Highest Rated BCS Team)

Boise State 6/5
Fresno State 8/5
Utah State 7/1
San Jose State 7/1
San Diego State 10/1
Nevada 20/1
Air Force 30/1
Wyoming 40/1
Colorado State 50/1
Hawaii 50/1
New Mexico 100/1
UNLV 100/1

Betting Notes: Boise State will play at Fresno State on Friday Sept. 20 despite not being in the same division. Whoever loses could avenge the setback if it wins their division, either the West or Mountain.

Pac-12 Championship Odds
Date: Saturday, Dec. 7
Venue: TBD (Highest Seeded Team)
Location: TBD (Highest Seeded Team)
2012 Results: Stanford 27 UCLA 24

Oregon 10/11
Stanford 5/2
USC 9/2
Arizona State 8/1
Oregon State 20/1
UCLA 20/1
Washington 20/1
Arizona 20/1
Utah 40/1
Washington State 100/1
California 100/1
Colorado 100/1

Betting Notes: The North Division has captured the first two Pac-12 title games, with Oregon winning in 2011 and Stanford last season. The two teams are favored again and they'll meet during the regular season on Thursday, Nov. 7 from Stanford. USC is the top choice from the South Division and it will miss Oregon this season and host Stanford.

SEC Championship Odds

Date: Saturday, Dec. 7
Venue: Georgia Dome
Location: Atlanta, Georgia
2012 Results: Alabama 32 Georgia 28

Alabama 10/11
Georgia 4/1
Texas A&M 6/1
South Carolina 6/1
Florida 8/1
LSU 10/1
Ole Miss 25/1
Missouri 50/1
Vanderbilt 60/1
Auburn 60/1
Tennessee 60/1
Mississippi State 75/1
Arkansas 100/1
Kentucky 500/1

Betting Notes: The SEC hasn't produced back-to-back winners since 1998 when Tennessee achieved the feat. The West Division has won the last four SEC title games.

  
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