Thanksgiving week is one of the most popular ones for betting football action with games taking place every day. In addition to the regular game odds on all of the great action, Diamond Sportsbook has a great menu of live betting action. Here is the schedule from Wednesday through Saturday.
Wednesday, November 23rd
Maui Invitational – Both of the games on ESPN
Oklahoma State vs. Stanford (ESPN 2)
Virginia Tech vs. Syracuse (ESPN 2)
Thursday, November 24th
The unbeaten Packers are 6-point favorites on the road.
Both teams come into this game having won three straight.
San Francisco 49ers @ Baltimore Ravens (NFL Network)
The battle of the Harbaugh brothers has the Ravens as slight favorites.
Texas @ Texas A&M (ESPN)
The Aggies are favored by more than a touchdown at home.
Friday, November 25th
Louisville @ South Florida (ESPN 2)
Keep in mind this is an early start on Friday.
Iowa @ Nebraska (ABC)
The Cornhuskers are home favorites in football odds.
Arkansas @ LSU (CBS)
The top-ranked Tigers are laying double-digits at home against the third-ranked Razorbacks in the most important game of the weekend.
Boston College @ Miami, Florida (ABC)
I guess ABC had to pick something for the afternoon.
Pittsburgh @ West Virginia (ESPN)
The Backyard Brawl should be intense with Big East title implications.
California @ Arizona State (ESPN)
Is Dennis Erickson finally on his way out?
Saturday, November 26th
Ohio State @ Michigan (ABC)
The Wolverines are 7-point home favorites
Georgia @ Georgia Tech (ESPN)
The Bulldogs are 6-point road favorites.
Rutgers @ Connecticut (ESPN 2)
The Scarlet Knights are 3-point road favorites.
Alabama @ Auburn (CBS)
The Crimson Tide are expected to roll in the Iron Bowl.
Virginia Tech @ Virginia (ESPN 2)
A spot in the ACC title game is on the line.
Penn State @ Wisconsin (ESPN)
The winner goes to the Big 10 Championship game.
Florida State @ Florida (ESPN 2)
This one isn’t what it used to be.
Clemson @ South Carolina (ESPN)
The Gamecocks are 4-point home favorites in college football odds.
UCLA @ USC (FSN)
The battle of L.A. has the Trojans favored by 14 points.