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5 Most Popular Bets and Prop Bets For Alabama vs. Cincinnati

Taking a look at the five most popular bets for Alabama vs Cincinnati in the college football playoffs
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It's a huge day of College Football with the playoffs getting underway to determine a champion. We'll start with the Alabama vs. Cincinnati as we have the surprising Cincinnati Bearcats in this spot.

After finishing 13-0 Cincinnati had to be in the mix for the playoffs as Desmond Ridder's strong season helped them dominate in the AAC. As for Alabama, well, they're always here with their lone loss coming to unranked Texas A&M in a shocker.

Anyway, here are the five most popular bets for Alabama vs. Cincinnati on New Year's Eve.

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Alabama -14

Alabama -1479%70%

Alabama is a heavy favorite but the public is not shying away from Nick Saban's team here despite the big number. Alabama is just 7-6 against the spread this year but with a 22.3 average margin of victory that should be enough for them to win and cover this one.

Over 57

Over 5752%74%

The handle is kind of close here but the number of bets are significantly higher on the over, which makes sense when you consider these two teams. With Alabama's dominant win in the SEC championship game, the thought process is that they'll be able to come fairly close to this number on their own without anything from Cincinnati. Still, RIdder is a good quarterback and should be able to pitch in offensively for his team today.

Jameson Williams over 97.5 receiving yards (-130)

Jameson Williams is one of the best receivers in the nation and a lock to be a top-20 pick in the 2022 NFL Draft. He can put up 97.5 receiving yards in his sleep. Against Georgia, the man put up an insane 184 receiving yards on seven catches. He has 15 receiving touchdowns in 13 games and is averaging 111 receiving yards per game. Expect him to go over 100 fairly easily.

Bryce Young Over 2.5 Passing Touchdowns (-120)

The Alabama Sophomore has done a nice job replacing Mac Jones this year. With 43 passing touchdowns, he's done his fair share of 3+ touchdown games. In fact, of his 13 starts this season he's cleared this number in nine of those games.

Brian Robinson Jr. Over 75.5 Rushing Yards (-130)

With all these passing props we had to include Brian Robinson Jr. also. He hasn't cleared this number in two straight games but it's something he's done a good deal already this year. He did it six times in 12 games so at a 50 percent hit rate getting this at -130 feels pretty solid.


OddsChecker sports writer Matt O'Leary brings experience sports betting advice to the OC staff. You may recognize Matt from his popular New York Jets youtube channel, but his vast knowledge of sports and betting goes well past the boundaries of New York.


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