Reese’s Senior Bowl Betting: Find Odds On College Football Stars

  • The Reese’s Senior Bowl is ready to kick off Saturday from Mobile, Alabama where bettors can wager on the “American” or “National” team for -110 betting odds.
  • The Senior Bowl this year has a roster full of college stars including potential high Draft picks like Devonta Smith, Najee Harris, Trey Sermon, Kadarius Toney, and more.

MOBILE, Ala. – Some of the biggest stars from this past season of college football are ready to take the field one last time before heading to the NFL.

The 2021 Reese’s Senior Bowl will take place Saturday from the University of South Alabama in Mobile, where over 130 players from across the nation have gathered to show off their skills for NFL scouts.

Players earn invitations to the Senior Bowl by showing their elite pay throughout the college football season. This year, fans can now bet on the game via odds available on the major online sportsbooks.

Reese’s Senior Bowl – 1/30/21 2:30 p.m. EST

  • American -110
  • National -110
  • Spread: Pick ‘Em
  • Over/Under: 41.0

This year, players have been divided into the “American” and “National” teams, a different take from the usual “North” vs. “South” rosters.

The game this year will allow some seniors and Draft-eligible players from many different colleges and universities to showcase their talents for NFL teams, notably the staffs of the Carolina Panthers and Miami Dolphins, who will be leading the two teams.

The majority of players have been split evenly between the two teams.

The American team features names like Alabama QB Mac Jones, and OL Alex Leatherwood, Florida WR Kadarius Toney, and Auburn LB KJ Britt.

For the National team, they have Alabama RB Najee Harris, WR and Heisman Trophy winner DeVonta Smith, Ohio State RB Trey Sermon, and Michigan WR Nico Collins.

Mac Jones has been one name popular on NFL media this week throughout practices down in Mobile.

When it comes to betting on this college football event, it is similar to betting on something like the NFL Pro Bowl or NBA All-Star Game.

It will be hard to pin down exactly which team has a better shot at winning, as the players on the field will be constantly rotated and taken in and out to give everyone a chance to shine.

However, the over/under line is certainly worth a look. Currently, it sits at 41 points, which would be less than three scores for each team.

This season of college football saw some of the most offense in the sports’ history, with teams consistently putting up points in the 50’s. If that is indicative of what kind of offensive talent will be present in this game, the score could easily reach a massive number in the later stages of the game.

While most fans will be watching to see who could be playing for their favorite team on Sundays, bettors could tune in to watch some amazing offensive talent put up big numbers.