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What other NBA odds are offered? The over/under, or “total,” and the moneyline are the two other common bets made on NBA games. The total (combined points by both teams) is set by the sportsbook. The NBA Las Vegas Odds are listed in order of rotation and those numbers are generated and produced by the sportsbooks. Above each matchup and rotation is the Time of the game, which is subject to change. All game times are Eastern Standard Time. One of the best features on the NBA Vegas Odds is the Open Line. Get the latest NBA odds, spreads and betting lines from this week's games, as well as full coverage of the National Basketball Association from USA TODAY.

How to read College Football Las Vegas Odds

Similar to our Money Line and 1st Half Odds, every matchup is listed in order of Rotation and those numbers are preceded by the Date and Time of the College Football game.

The rotation for college football games typically lists them by scheduled starting time, which can lead to some confusion since the number will remain the same even if the games wind up changing due to television networks often shifting around action to present more attractive matchups. Home teams are listed at the bottom and will therefore be your even-numbered squad.

The numbers next to the teams are called Spreads or Point-Spreads.

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Favorites are the teams laying points, which is represented by a minus (-) sign. The team in the Underdog role is getting points, which is represented by the plus (+) symbol that you wouldn’t see on the board but would be represented next team onto you betting ticket or slip. You can add the spread to your team’s final score and have that edge throughout the game.

If there is no favorite or underdog, the line is called pick’em and is represented by (PK). Winner takes it. The amount of points a team is favored by is set by oddsmakers on Sunday afternoons and that figure fluctuates throughout the week based on the amount of money coming in on bets.

Opposite from the spread you’ll find the Total, which represents what oddsmakers believe will be the combined number of points scored between the teams. That number also increases or decreases based on bets coming in on the Over or Under.

How to Bet College Football Las Vegas Odds

The key to wagering successfully in college football spread betting is to decide early how many points you’re willing to lay with Favorites and to get in at the lowest possible spot.

If you’re going to back the Underdog, make sure you’re getting the most points possible entering the game. The skill in this often requires you to forecast how a game will be wagered since we often see opening lines bet up over the course of the week due to the majority of the money coming in on the favorite.

Of course, getting in too early can often backfire if a better number appears over the course of the week or if injuries that are typically not announced until coaches give status reports on Monday press conferences dramatically alter expectations. There’s also a big rush on betting action just before the kickoff of any game, which means you may be best off waiting until kickoff approaches to get the right number.

Take the 2019 college football Big 12 matchup between Texas-West Virginia as a prime example. The Longhorns opened as an 11.5-point favorite and won 42-31 after the Mountaineers scored the game’s final touchdown with :48 left. West Virginia backers who got in early prevailed on that score, while Texas bettors who guessed wrong and got in too early caught a “bad beat.” Those who waited and laid only 10.5 points still cashed. Get in at the best number!

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College Football Opening Line

Opening Lines in college football are typically set on Sunday afternoons in the current week and you usually see immediate action cause line movement. The Spread is based on a rough projection of a score for every matchup, although oddsmakers have a good idea of what side the betting public will want to bet and usually saddles that team with an additional point or three. The same goes for the Total, which projects the combined number of points expected in a contest.

These numbers are based on simulations that take a number of statistical factors into account in addition to baking in injuries, a homefield advantage that is typically worth three points and any other potential edges. Teams coming off bye weeks are usually given an edge thanks to increased preparation time and fresher bodies. Teams coming in on short rest or that have to travel out of their element typically find themselves penalized in a point spread.

UCLA at Cincinnati (-4)

In the above example, UCLA was made a four-point underdog against Cincinnati in the 2019 season opener for both. The betting public jumped on the team from the higher-regarded conference, perhaps believing that the West-Coast team heading more than halfway across the country was being penalized too harshly and the line closed at 2.5 points. Cincinnati prevailed 24-14. The opening line of 4 was accurate in calling for a larger margin of victory than the closing line, which is where the ‘opener’ ultimately ends up.


VI Consensus College Football Line

When looking at the numbers over the course of the week, you’ll see constant line movement on our odds and matchup pages. All of the betting properties we track create their own lines and we display and track all of their movements in the Consensus Line. At any given point in the week, from when the line opens until just before kickoff, you’ll see different numbers representing the current lines. Those may vary from one another since properties offer up their own lines, so VI’s Consensus Line represents the one that appears most commonly.

The Total is also available on the VI Consensus line and similarly consists of the current betting line which most frequently among our list of Las Vegas and Global sportsbooks. For an example, in the most recent National Championship between LSU and Clemson, there was significant line fluctuation throughout the two-week lead up. LSU was laying 5.5 to 6 points in multiple locations as the favorite. The battle of Tigers ended with LSU blowing out Clemson 42-25, covering the spread handily.

© Provided by National Post Some of the coins and gold raised from the wreck of the Whydah.

The Whydah Gally is the world’s only certified pirate shipwreck. Discovered off Wellfleet, Mass., in 1984, the ship is said to have belonged to legendary Capt. Samuel “Black Sam” Bellamy, who captured the ship in 1717, just months before it sank in a storm off Cape Cod.

The ship had once transported slaves. After Bellamy took it over — he sailed it for less than a year before the sinking — it transported pirated booty from more than 50 ships along the New England coast. The Whydah was Bellamy’s “bank,” in which he stored a varied treasure from those conquered. The more than 15,000 coins recovered thus far represent the most diverse group of shipwreck treasure coins ever found.

Barry Clifford, who found the wreck, and his team of archeologists have recently discovered what they say are the skeletal remains of six of Bellamy’s crew, encased in mineral concretions that have grown over them over the centuries. The museum is X-raying and analyzing them now, and hope to get DNA samples and locate living relatives. But it may take some time: A concretion worked on for 23 years only recently revealed the pirate inside.

The Whydah reportedly held more than four and a half tons of gold and silver (some $120 million today) and to protect the goods, Bellamy fitted it with 28 state-of-the-art cannon.

“The Whydah collection represents an unprecedented cultural cross-section of material from the 18th century,” the Whydah Pirate Museum says. “The stories of these artifacts, as well as that of the ship herself, knit together over a dozen countries on four continents.” Indeed, artefacts previously recovered from the ship reflect the racially, nationally and religiously diverse crew.

© Postmedia files National Geographic’s 2007 exhibit Real Pirates shows a replica of the Whydah Gally hull.

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Samuel Bellamy

One of the six skeletons most recently found near the wreck, which scattered its contents as it went down, may even be that of Black Sam himself, the museum told HuffPost ; he was so named for the natural locks he sported at a time when the fashion was for white powdered wigs. An Englishman, he is best known as the wealthiest pirate in recorded history, and had learned the life of piracy from his mentor Edward “Blackbeard” Teach. Though not from a wealthy family, the New England Historical Society says Bellamy “had good manners, dressed neatly in fancy clothes, and he always wore four ornate duelling pistols in his sash.”

Black Sam Bellamy ran his pirate operation democratically, the NEHS says. His men were slaves and sailors, but Bellamy apparently treated them equally and let them vote on important decisions. Bellamy, who called himself the Robin Hood of the sea, is said to have said of the wealthy merchants whose ships he pirated, that “They rob the poor under the cover of law, forsooth, and we plunder the rich under the protection of our own courage.” Like an early version of Marie Kondo, Bellamy would return captured ships and cargo if they didn’t suit his purpose.

© Whydah Pirate Museum handout A small concretion brought up earlier from the ship.

On board the Whydah the day of the storm were Bellamy and a crew of 146, one of whom was a boy of only eight to 10 years of age. Only two sailors survived. And 102 of the drowned men were buried in a mass grave. Now six more men have been located in the deep.

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“We hope that modern, cutting-edge technology will help us identify these pirates and reunite them with any descendants who could be out there,” Clifford told local media including Boston TV station WHDH .