Prop odds from bodog.com.
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* Georgia Tech: There's been a change in favorite here, and I'm not sure I understand why. It probably has something to do w/ the fact that Georgia Tech is 0-5 both SU and ATS its last five meetings vs. Miami, but the Yellow Jackets come into this year's matchup as the better team and w/ the homefield advantage. Clearly, others are putting more stock in the 'Canes' 22-10 win over Duke than I am.
Two years ago, as a 13-point dog, Miami trailed Georgia Tech 36-19 here in Atlanta before rallying for an overtime win. "The U" has not made significant strides since then, so the wild swing in the line is not justified in my opinion. In fact, I would argue that Miami is as overrated as any program in the country. The whole "The U is back" narrative is played out almost every year as Florida State has clearly surpassed them in terms of recruiting and being the "glamour" program in the state. The team has lost both of its road games so far, at Louisville and Nebraska, two programs fairly comparable in overall skill level to Georgia Tech. Thus, I don't understand why bettors are now willing to lay points with the Hurricanes.
Georgia Tech is unbeaten at 4-0 and off a bye week, which is another advantage for them. In their last game, they beat Virginia Tech 27-24 as eight-point underdogs. Look for them to have tremendous success running the ball here against a Miami defense that was gashed for 343 yards over land by Nebraska two weeks ago. Thanks to Paul Johnson's triple option offense, the Yellow Jackets come in averaging almost 300 YPG on the ground. Take the points. 1* Georgia Tech.
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