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Odds to win the American League Cy Young Award
Johan Santana +300Chien-Ming Wang +500Rich Harden +600Justin Verlander +700Daisuke Matsuzaka +700 Jon Garland +800Roy Halladay +800Mark Buehrle +800Curt Schilling +900Jeremy Bonderman +1000Andy Pettitte +1000Josh Beckett +1100Ervin Santana +1100Felix Hernandez +1500C.C. Sabathia +1500Jered Weaver +2000Scott Kazmir +2500Field (any other pitcher) +300
Odds to win the National League Cy Young Award
Chris Carpenter +500Brandon Webb +600Roy Oswalt +700Carlos Zambrano +700Chris Young +700Ben Sheets +800Barry Zito +800Jason Schmidt +900Chris Capuano +900Randy Johnson +1000John Smoltz +1000Tim Hudson +1200Mark Mulder +1200Bronson Arroyo +1500Dontrelle Willis +1500Brett Myers +1500Tom Glavine +2000Greg Maddux +2300Field (any other pitcher) +300
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1* Notre Dame (7:30 ET): I realize that this is a revenge game for the favored Cardinal, at home, but the underdog Fighting Irish are likely to be the more motivated side as they were just dropped in the most recent CFP rankings. A win here could very well get them back in the coveted top four, so the points look like a premium in an even matchup.
Yes, I went against Notre Dame last week in what appeared to be a "lethargic" effort, a 16-13 win over Boston College. But delving further inside the box score reveals that the game was a little more one-sided than the final score shows. The Irish actually owned a 447-302 edge in total yards, but were hampered by five turnovers. Four of those turnovers occurred when ND was inside the BC 35-yd line, three inside the 10! So it was a bit of a "lucky" cover for my backers and I. Meanwhile, Stanford was actually severely outgained in its win over rival Cal last week, 495-356.
The Cardinal have a game scheduled for next week, that being the Pac 12 Championship Game, so their collective focus may not entirely be on the Irish. It would take nothing short of a miracle for Stanford to somehow find itself in a position where they can make the top four in the CFP rankings. For Notre Dame, this is the regular season finale and they should leave it all on the field. Remember that their ONLY loss this year came at unbeaten Clemson, by just two points, and they had a chance to tie the game w/ a 2-pt conversion that ultimately failed. 1* Notre Dame
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