Super Bowl XLVI: College Basketball and NFL Crossover Prop Bets

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Super Bowl XLVI: College Basketball and NFL Crossover Prop Bets
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It's not that kind of crossover, Mr. Hardaway.

It’s Super Bowl time once again, which means it’s time for Super Bowl Proposition Bets, or Prop Bets.

Las Vegas odds makers release betting lines on everything from who will score the first touchdown to who will have the shortest punt.

In mimicking the overeating that will be done by even the most weight-conscious fitness freaks, people who normally would not wager on a sporting event can go a little crazy on Super Bowl Sunday.

By crazy, I mean it is the biggest betting day of the year.

There are a few socially acceptable gambling events in which the average American will participate. Actually, there are two: NCAA tournament pools and the Super Bowl.

After that there are office football pools, Kentucky Derby wagering and trailing the pack would be the Indy 500 and the Daytona 500. After those, there’s a steep drop from the casual bettor to the degenerate who bets on spring training baseball.

But that’s not you.

You’re just a college basketball fan and want to get in on the action, but you don’t know where to direct those “friendly wagers”.

Fear not, Las Vegas has not forgotten about you.

Included in all of the Super Bowl odds, there are cross-sport prop bets to add a little cross-training fun to your gambling workout.

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Below are 12 of them as listed by scoresandodds.com.

 

Who Will Have More on Feb 5th 2012 - Listed Players Must

Play (Michigan/Michigan St. February 5th)

Michigan Points (NCAA Hoops) -5.5 (-115)

Giants + Patriots Points +5.5 (-115)


Who Will Have More on Feb 5th 2012 - Listed Players Must

Play (Michigan/Michigan St. February 5th)

Tim Hardaway Jr. (Michigan) Points (NCAA Hoops) +2.5 (-115)

Ahmad Bradshaw (Giants) Longest Rush -2.5 (-115)


Who Will Have More on Feb 5th 2012 - Listed Players Must

Play (Michigan/Michigan St. February 5th)

Draymond Green (Michigan St.) Points+Rebounds (NCAA Hoops) +10.5 (-115)

Distance of 1st Made Field Goal of SB XLVI -10.5 (-115)


Who Will Have More on Feb 5th 2012 - Listed Players Must

Play (Michigan/Michigan St. February 5th)

Michigan + Michigan St. Points (NCAA Hoops) -51.5 (-115)

Rob Gronkowski (Patriots) Receiving Yards +51.5 (-115)


Who Will Have More on Feb 5th 2012 - Listed Players Must

Play (Minnesota/Nebraska February 5th)

Minnesota Points (NCAA Hoops) +13.5 (-115)

Wes Welker (Patriots) Receiving Yards -13.5 (-115)


Who Will Have More on Feb 5th 2012 - Listed Players Must

Play (Minnesota/Nebraska February 5th)

Nebraska Points (NCAA Hoops) +26.5 (-115)

Victor Cruz (Giants) Receiving Yards -26.5 (-115)


Who Will Have More on Feb 5th 2012 - Listed Players Must

Play (Northwestern/Illinois February 5th)

Northwestern + Illinois Points (NCAA Hoops) -27.5 (-115)

Giants Rushing Yards +27.5(-115)


Who Will Have More on Feb 5th 2012 - Listed Players Must

Play (Northwestern/Illinois February 5th)

John Shurna (Northwestern) Points+Rebounds (NCAA Hoops) +1.5 (-115)

Tom Brady (Patriots) Completions -1.5 (-115)


Who Will Have More on Feb 5th 2012 - Listed Players Must

Play (Michigan/Michigan St./Minnesota/Illinois/Northwestern/Nebraska February 5th)

Big 10 Team Points (NCAA Hoops) -63.5 (-115)

Tom Brady (Patriots) Passing Yards +63.5 (-115)


Who Will Have More on Feb 5th 2012 - Listed Players Must

Play (Miami FL/Duke February 5th)

Austin Rivers (Duke) Points (NCAA Hoops) +10.5 (-115)

Giants Points -10.5 (-115)


Who Will Have More on Feb 5th 2012 - Listed Players Must

Play (Miami FL/Duke February 5th)

Miles Plumlee + Mason Plumlee (Duke) Points (NCAA Hoops) +6.5 (-115)

Patriots First Downs -6.5 (-115)


Who Will Have More on Feb 5th 2012 - Listed Players Must

Play (Miami FL/Duke February 5th)

Seth Curry (Duke) Points (NCAA Hoops) +2.5 (-115)

Patriots 1st Half Points -2.5 (-115)

 

Of course this is all in good fun, but if you are wagering, please bet with your head—not over it.

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