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Thursday, December 01, 2011

College Football Championship weekend at BetOnline

Conference Championships are on the line this weekend on the college gridiron and OffShore Sportsbook BetOnline has the most ways to get in on the action.

PAC-12 Championship Game : UCLA Bruins v (9) Oregon

Friday night sees UCLA and Oregon play for the Pac-10 crown. UCLA is playing in the championship game even after being hammered 50-0 by USC because the Trojans are banned from postseason play for a couple years for violations on the NCAA amateur code. Oregon is a massive 31.5-point favorite over a UCLA team that is just 6-6.

SEC Championship Game : (14) Georgia v (1) LSU Tigers

The game that BetOnline is expecting the most action on takes place Saturday afternoon as top-ranked LSU looks to go 13-0 as they play 10-2 Georgia for the SEC title.

LSU opened as 10-point chalk, but the line moved quickly to 13.5.

ACC Championship Game : (5) Virginia Tech v (20) Clemson

Then Saturday night both the ACC and Big 10 championship games will be on. First in the ACC, Virginia Tech takes on the only team that defeated them all season- Clemson.

Although Clemson won that game 23-3 in early October, Clemson is seven-point underdogs. Why? Because Clemson lost three out of their last four games, all by double-digits.

Big-10 Championship Game : (15) Michigan State v (13) Wisconsin

About 20 minutes after the ACC game starts, the Big 10 championship kicks-off between Michigan State and Wisconsin. Despite beating Wisconsin 37-31 earlier this season, Michigan State is 9.5-point underdogs.

Live Betting at BetOnline

Only one thing that can make these conference championship games more exciting - Live Betting. BetOnline will be offering Live In-game betting on each of these games in addition to 10 NFL games.

Head over to BetOnline to checkout the Live betting schedule and be sure to claim up to $900.00 in free plays when you make a deposit.

BetOnline, because you can.

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