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BCS odds and point spread: Florida vs. Oklahoma

BCS odds and point spread: Florida vs. Oklahoma And we have finally arrived at the culmination of the college football season, the BCS game Florida vs. Oklahoma, below you will find the latest point spread and odds on the game. Of course, it's no surprise that the Florida vs. Oklahoma BCS game is currently the most bet on event at the popular online sportsbook Bookmaker (all bettors welcome) and this is where we found the best spread and odds on the college game.

 Without wasting any time, we get right to it - at Bookmaker Florida (12-1) is currently the favorite college football ream to win the BCS game listed with odds -190 to win on Thursday. Meanwhile the Oklahoma Sooners (12-1) are the underdog sitting on +160 odds, great numbers for those loving the underdogs. The BCS game Florida vs. Oklahoma point spread is currently -4 points chalk Florida with the total expected by the sports betting website set at 69.5 points. Keep in mind that even though both BCS contenders have won all of their last 5 games, Oklahoma is 5-0 against the spread in its last 5 games and the total has gone OVER in 5 of the Sooners last 5 games. You can bet these odds and point spread at Bookmaker online.

 Let's take a quick look at the injuries reported by both the Gators and the Sooners before the start of the 2009 BCS game. Florida's top gun, 2007 Heisman Trophy winner quarterback Tim Tebow is healthy and ready to start, but linebacker Brendan Beal, along with defensive tackles Brandon Antwine and John Brown are all out for the BCS game tomorrow. Wide receiver Louis Murphy remains questionable for the Bowl game, but fortunately for the Florida Gators running back Chris Rainey and wide receiver Percy Harvin were upgraded to probable for the Bowl game against the Sooners. In Oklahoma linebackers Ryan Reynolds and Austin Box, along with cornerback Jonathan Nelson are all out for the BCS game, all with knee injuries. Running back DeMarco Murray was listed as probable for the Bowl game. And finally, the Oklahoma quarterback Sam Bradford was also upgraded to probable for the BCS match-up tomorrow, recovering from a thumb injury, but remaining a game-day decision, which is one of the major factors for the odds and spread on the BCS game as posted.

 Published on 01/07/2009

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