Sherrone Moore Tipped to be the Next Michigan Football Head Coach

According to the oddsmakers and many other sources, Sherrone Moore is expected to succeed Jim Harbaugh as the next head coach of Michigan football. The online sportsbook, SportsBetting  listed Moore as the favorite out of a list of 30 potential candidates, opening with odds of -300. However, after receiving multiple bets in the last two hours, Moore’s odds have shifted to -700, indicating that there is an 87.5% chance that he will secure the position. Although there are several strong candidates on the list, it seems that Moore is the frontrunner. Still, anything can happen, so we’ll have to wait and see. 

Michigan Next Head Coach

Sherrone Moore           1/7                   (-700)

Lance Leipold                6/1                   

Brian Kelly                    7/1                   

P.J. Fleck                       10/1                 

Jesse Minter                 11/1                 

Matt Campbell              12/1                 

Chris Klieman                16/1                 

Mike Hart                     16/1                 

Matt Rhule                   20/1                 

Dabo Swinney               25/1                 

Lane Kiffin                    25/1                 

Mario Cristobal             28/1                 

Billy Napier                   33/1                 

Eliah Drinkwitz              33/1                 

James Franklin              33/1                 

Luke Fickell                   33/1                 

Curt Cignetti                 40/1                 

Jimbo Fisher                 40/1                 

Kirby Smart                   40/1                 

Todd Monken               40/1                 

Dan Lanning                  50/1                 

Mike Macdonald           50/1                 

Dave Clawson               66/1                 

Deion Sanders               66/1                 

Marcus Freeman           66/1                 

Pete Carroll                  100/1               

Ryan Day                      100/1               

Urban Meyer                100/1               

Bill Belichick                  200/1               

Tom Brady                    250/1  

Updated Odds for NFL Head Coach Vacancies – Chargers and Falcons Markets Shut Down

This morning, oddsmakers adjusted and reopened odds for the five remaining NFL head coach vacancies. Although Brian Callahan was reported to have moved to the Titans last night, the markets for the Chargers and Falcons closed within 30 minutes of offering the new odds.

SportsBetting had opened Bill Belichick -300 for the Atlanta job, while Jim Harbaugh had -400 odds for the Chargers position. Both odds jumped to -500, and the sportsbook confirmed that it was still accepting action on both at those numbers.

As of now, the Commanders, Panthers, and Seahawks coaching odds are the only markets remaining. Additionally, there are early Super Bowl LVIV odds available. Surprisingly, the two favorites for this year’s title game are also the favorites for 2025.   

Commanders Next Coach                                              

Ben Johnson                 2/3                   (-150)

Raheem Morris             2/1                   

Dan Quinn                    4/1                   

Bobby Slowik                6/1                   

Eric Bieniemy                6/1                   

Mike Macdonald           9/1                   

Mike Vrabel                  10/1                 

Jim Harbaugh                25/1                 

Steve Wilks                   40/1                 

Aaron Glenn                 50/1                 

Arthur Smith                 50/1                 

Brian Flores                  50/1                 

Frank Smith                  50/1                 

Jim Schwartz                 50/1                 

Kellen Moore                50/1                 

Pete Carroll                  50/1                 

Todd Monken               50/1                 

Panthers Next Coach                                        

Mike Vrabel                  2/1                   

Kellen Moore                3/1                   

Bobby Slowik                4/1                   

Mike Macdonald           5/1                   

Eric Bieniemy                6/1                   

Ejiro Evero                    10/1                 

Frank Smith                  10/1                 

Todd Monken               11/1                 

Raheem Morris             12/1                 

Chris Tabor                   16/1                 

Dave Canales                18/1                 

Dan Quinn                    20/1                 

Jim Harbaugh                25/1                 

Brian Johnson               28/1                 

Jim Caldwell                  33/1                 

Pete Carroll                  33/1                 

Thomas Brown              35/1                 

Brian Flores                  40/1                 

Deion Sanders               100/1               

Lincoln Riley                 100/1               

Nick Saban                    100/1               

Seahawks Next Coach                                       

Dan Quinn                    2/3                   (-150)

Mike Vrabel                  4/1                   

Ejiro Evero                    6/1                   

Patrick Graham             6/1                   

Bobby Slowik                7/1                   

Mike Macdonald           10/1                 

Raheem Morris             10/1                 

Dave Canales                12/1                 

Ben Johnson                 14/1                 

Eric Bieniemy                25/1                 

Jim Harbaugh                25/1                 

Frank Smith                  33/1                 

Kellen Moore                33/1                 

Mike LaFleur                 33/1                 

Todd Monken               33/1                 

Aaron Glenn                 50/1                 

Brian Flores                  50/1                 

Jim Schwartz                 50/1                 

Super Bowl LVIV Odds                                              

San Francisco 49ers       5/1                   

Baltimore Ravens          8/1                   

Kansas City Chiefs         8/1                   

Buffalo Bills                  10/1                 

Cincinnati Bengals         12/1                 

Detroit Lions                 12/1                 

Dallas Cowboys             18/1                 

Miami Dolphins             18/1                 

New York Jets               18/1                 

Philadelphia Eagles       18/1                 

Green Bay Packers        20/1                 

Houston Texans            22/1                 

Atlanta Falcons             28/1                 

Cleveland Browns         28/1                 

Los Angeles Chargers    28/1                 

Jacksonville Jaguars       33/1                 

Los Angeles Rams          33/1                 

Chicago Bears               40/1                 

Indianapolis Colts          40/1     

Minnesota Vikings         50/1                 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers  50/1     

Pittsburgh Steelers        66/1                 

Seattle Seahawks          66/1                 

Arizona Cardinals          75/1                 

Las Vegas Raiders          75/1                 

Denver Broncos            100/1               

New England Patriots    100/1               

New Orleans Saints       100/1               

New York Giants           100/1               

Tennessee Titans          100/1               

Commanders                100/1               

Carolina Panthers          150/1               

Dabo Swinney is Not the Favorite to Be Alabama’s Next Head Coach; Seahawks and Harbaugh Odds Too

Holy cow…what an afternoon.

Just when we had finished processing the shock of Seattle’s announcement that Pete Carrol would not return as head coach next season, the bomb dropped.

Nick Saban is retiring from his post at Alabama.

Goodness gracious, let’s hope we don’t see any Bill Belichick news today or the football coaching chasm might implode.

SportsBetting quickly set odds for both vacancies in the collegiate and NFL ranks. 

There are 22 names on the Seahawks list (although the last two are just for fun), led by former Seahawks defensive coordinator and the mastermind behind the Legion of Boom, Dan Quinn.

A whopping 36 candidates and their respective odds adorn the Alabama next coach list. 

Saban disciples Dan Lanning and Lane Kiffin have the best and third-best odds, respectively,  while former Alabama player and coach Dabo Swinney is second on the board.

Oh, and to get a Harbaugh mention in here it’s worth noting that his odds to leave the NCAA for the NFL continue to improve (NFL opened -150 last week).

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Coaching odds are subject to change and will be updated in real-time on these pages: 

Jim Harbaugh Position Week 1 2024 Season                  

NFL                              -230

Michigan                      +175

Not Coaching                +1000

Seahawks Next Coach               

Dan Quinn                    1/1

Mike Vrabel                  4/1

Bobbly Slowik               6/1

Dave Canales                7/1

Ben Johnson                 8/1

Jim Harbaugh                12/1

Mike MacDonald           12/1

Aaron Glenn                 16/1

Brian Callahan               16/1

Todd Monken               16/1

Eric Bieniemy                18/1

Kellen Moore                18/1

Mike LaFleur                 18/1

Bill Belichick                  22/1

Frank Smith                  25/1

Raheem Morris             25/1

Jerod Mayo                   30/1

Brian Flores                  35/1

Arthur Smith                 50/1

Jim Schwartz                 50/1

Marshawn Lynch           100/1

Richard Sherman           100/1

Alabama Next Coach                

Dan Lanning                  3/1

Dabo Swinney               4/1

Lane Kiffin                    5/1

Deion Sanders               6/1

Kalen DeBoer                6/1

Pat Shurmur                 9/1

Urban Meyer                10/1

Billy Napier                   14/1

Derek Dooley                14/1

Mike Norvell                 16/1

Ryan Day                      20/1

DeMeco Ryans              22/1

Marcus Freeman           22/1

James Franklin              25/1

Sherrone Moore           25/1

Mike Shula                    28/1

Steve Sarkisian              35/1

Will Muschamp             40/1

Mario Cristobal             50/1

Mike Vrabel                  50/1

Dan Quinn                    66/1

Brian Daboll                  75/1

Butch Jones                  75/1

Ha Ha Clinton-Dix          75/1

Major Applewhite         75/1

Tommy Rees                 75/1

Bill Belichick                  80/1

Bill O’Brien                   80/1

Pete Carroll                  80/1

Adam Gase                   100/1

Greg McElroy                100/1

Jason Garrett                100/1

Jim Harbaugh                100/1

Jimbo Fisher                 100/1

Ken Whisenhunt           100/1

Kirby Smart                   100/1

First Round NFL PLAYOFF Odds 2024, Plus Conference and Super Bowl Favorites

The Browns-Texans game was the first to open a few hours ago, and Cleveland came out as a 2-point favorite but the spread quickly moved to -2.5. Just a few minutes later, it was back to -2, and currently we’re down to -1.5 with the majority of the early wagering on Houston at SportsBetting

The Eagles-Bucs matchup was next and Philadelphia surfaced as a 2-point favorite with a total of 41.5. The spread has shifted to -2.5, currently, and with nothing but OVER money coming in, the game total has ballooned to 45.

The Packers-Cowboys contest was the third betting line to go up. Dallas was installed as a 7.5-point favorite, but the underdog bettors quickly pounced and moved that numbers to -7. The total went from 48.5 to 49.

Finally, the Rams-Lions (Stafford Bowl) popped on the board with Detroit set as a 2.5-point favorite. The spread has crossed over the key number and is now at -3.5. The game total was bet up quickly from 47 to 51, currently.

Below are the current Wild Card game lines that are available, as well as a Super Bowl odds update, which could adjust based on tonight’s result.

Browns (-2.5) at Texans 

Over/Under 43.5

(Note: Line opened -2, 47)

Eagles (-2.5) at Bucs

Over/Under 45

(Note: Line opened -2, 41.5)

Packers at Cowboys (-7)

Over/Under 49

(Note: Line opened -7.5, 48.5)

Rams at Lions (-3.5)

Over/Under 51

(Note: Line opened -2.5, 47)

Super Bowl LVIII

San Francisco 49ers +220

Baltimore Ravens +320

Dallas Cowboys +750

Buffalo Bills +800

Kansas City Chiefs +950

Miami Dolphins +1300

Philadelphia Eagles +1400

Detroit Lions +1600

Cleveland Browns +3300

Houston Texans +4500

Los Angeles Rams +5000

Green Bay Packers +7500

Tampa Bay Buccaneers +7500

Pittsburgh Steelers +10000


San Francisco 49ers -120

Dallas Cowboys +300

Philadelphia Eagles +700

Detroit Lions +800

Los Angeles Rams +2000

Tampa Bay Buccaneers +4000

Green Bay Packers +4500

Oddsmakers List Heisman Favorites For 2024 As Dust Settles on Transfer Portal

The transfer portal had oddsmakers biting their nails until the very end before revealing the much-anticipated Heisman odds for next season. Now that the dust has settled and the transfer frenzy has come to a close, we have a juicy list of Heisman hopefuls and their odds of clinching the prize.

According to SportsBetting, a non-transfer player (Jalen Milroe) is leading the pack as the favorite, but it’s a quarterback’s world as the first 21 players on the list are all QBs. You’ll have to scroll down to the 50/1 mark to find non-QBs like Travis Hunter and Trevor Etienne.

The top three players with the best odds to win the trophy are quarterbacks returning to their teams from the current season (although Ewers could still declare). But, don’t overlook the two transfer portal stars, Dillon Gabriel and Will Howard, who round out the top five.

Oh, and did we mention that Ohio State’s odds of winning the national championship for next year just got a boost from +850 to +800 following Howard’s jaw-dropping transfer announcement? Let the games begin!

2024-25 Heisman Trophy Odds                    

Jalen Milroe (Alabama)                          7/1

Carson Beck (Georgia)                           8/1

Quinn Ewers (Texas)                              8/1

Dillon Gabriel (Oregon)                         9/1

Will Howard (Ohio State)                       10/1

J.J. McCarthy (Michigan)                        16/1

Nico Imaleava (Tennessee)                    16/1

Conor Weigman (Texas A&M)                18/1

Jackson Arnold (Oklahoma)                   18/1

Jaxson Dart (Ole Miss)                           18/1

Garrett Nussmeier (LSU)                        22/1

Riley Leonard (Notre Dame)                  22/1

Shedeur Sanders (Colorado)                  25/1

Cade Klubnik (Clemson)                         28/1

D.J. Uiagalelei (Florida State)                 28/1

Noah Fifita (Arizona)                             28/1

Will Rogers (Mississippi State)               28/1

Drew Allar (Penn State)                         33/1

Avery Johnson (Kansas State)                 50/1

Brady Cook (Missouri)                           50/1

Jalon Daniels (Kansas)                           50/1

Travis Hunter (Colorado)                       50/1

Trevor Etienne (Georgia)                       50/1

CJ Baxter (Texas)                                   66/1

Dante Moore (UCLA)                             66/1

Luther Buren III (Missouri)                     66/1

Ollie Gordon II (Oklahoma State)           66/1

Tyler Van Dyke (Wisconsin)                   66/1

Cameron Rising (Utah)                          75/1

Kyle McCord (Syracuse)                         75/1

Tetairoa McMillan (Arizona)                  75/1

Tyler Shough (Louisville)                        75/1

Graham Mertz (Florida)                         80/1

Grayson McCall (NC State)                     100/1

Aidan Chiles (Michigan State)                150/1

Behren Morton (Texas Tech)                  150/1

Brock Vandagriff (Kentucky)                  150/1

Dequan Finn (Baylor)                             150/1

Max Johnson (UNC)                               150/1

Preston Stone (SMU)                             150/1

Omarion Hampton (UNC)                      200/1

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Odds to Win National Championship College Football 2024-25 Season

College football is a sport beloved by many in the United States, and every year fans eagerly await the College Football Playoff National Championship. Looking ahead to the 2025 championship, there are several teams that oddsmakers believe have a strong chance of taking home the title. The top three favorites are Georgia with 4/1 odds, followed by Alabama at 11/2 and Ohio State at 15/2. Odds from SportsBetting

After those three teams, the odds drop off significantly with Texas at 9/1 and Michigan at 10/1. Oregon, LSU, and Ole Miss are all tied at 14/1 odds, while Florida State is at 18/1. Penn State and Notre Dame round out the top 10 with 25/1 and 28/1 odds, respectively.

As the list continues, the odds become increasingly long. However, it’s important to remember that anything can happen in college football. A team that is considered a long shot now could easily make a run for the title in a few years’ time. Regardless of which team ultimately emerges victorious at the 2025 CFP National Championship, fans are sure to be treated to some exciting and memorable games along the way.

2025 CFP National Championship

Georgia 4/1 

Alabama 11/2 (+550)

Ohio State 15/2 (+750)

Texas 9/1 

Michigan 10/1 

Oregon 12/1 

LSU 14/1 

Ole Miss 14/1 

Florida State 18/1 

Penn State 25/1 

Notre Dame 28/1 

Tennessee 28/1 

Clemson 33/1 

Texas A&M 33/1 

USC 33/1 

Oklahoma 40/1 

Missouri 50/1 

Washington 50/1 

Kansas State 60/1 

Miami 75/1 

Utah 75/1 

Arizona 100/1 

Auburn 100/1 

Louisville 100/1 

Arkansas 125/1 

Florida 125/1 

Colorado 150/1 

NC State 150/1 

Nebraska 150/1 

North Carolina 150/1 

Texas Tech 150/1 

Wisconsin 150/1 

Kansas 200/1 

Kentucky 200/1 

Oklahoma State 200/1 

Iowa 250/1 

South Carolina 250/1 

UCLA 250/1 

West Virginia 250/1 

Michigan State 300/1 

SMU 300/1 

TCU 300/1 

Iowa State 400/1 

James Madison 400/1 

Maryland 400/1 

UCF 400/1 

Cal 500/1 

Liberty 500/1 

Mississippi State 500/1 

Oregon State 500/1 

Virginia Tech 500/1 

Baylor 600/1 

Cincinnati 600/1 

Troy 700/1 

Tulane 700/1 

Boston College 750/1 

Virginia 750/1 

Arizona State 850/1 

Air Force 1000/1 

Akron 1000/1 

Appalachian State 1000/1 

Arkansas State 1000/1 

Army 1000/1 

Ball State 1000/1 

Boise State 1000/1 

Bowling Green 1000/1 

Buffalo 1000/1 

BYU 1000/1 

Central Michigan 1000/1 

Charlotte 1000/1 

Coastal Carolina 1000/1 

Colorado State 1000/1 

Connecticut 1000/1 

Duke 1000/1 

East Carolina 1000/1 

Eastern Michigan 1000/1 

Florida Atlantic 1000/1 

Florida International 1000/1 

Fresno State 1000/1 

Georgia Southern 1000/1 

Georgia State 1000/1 

Georgia Tech 1000/1 

Hawaii 1000/1 

Houston 1000/1 

Illinois 1000/1 

Indiana 1000/1 

Jacksonville State 1000/1 

Kent State 1000/1 

Louisiana 1000/1 

Louisiana Tech 1000/1 

Marshall 1000/1 

Massachusetts 1000/1 

Memphis 1000/1 

Miami Ohio 1000/1 

Middle Tennessee 1000/1 

Minnesota 1000/1 

Nevada 1000/1 

New Mexico 1000/1 

North Texas 1000/1 

North Western 1000/1 

Northern Illinois 1000/1 

Ohio 1000/1 

Old Dominion 1000/1 

Pittsburgh 1000/1 

Purdue 1000/1 

Rice 1000/1 

Sam Houston State 1000/1 

San Diego State 1000/1 

San Jose State 1000/1 

South Alabama 1000/1 

South Florida 1000/1 

Southern Mississippi 1000/1 

Stanford 1000/1 

Syracuse 1000/1 

Temple 1000/1 

Texas State 1000/1 

Toledo 1000/1 

Tulsa 1000/1 

UAB 1000/1 

UL Monroe 1000/1 

UNLV 1000/1 

Utah State 1000/1 

UTEP 1000/1 

UTSA 1000/1 

Vanderbilt 1000/1 

Wake Forest 1000/1 

Washington State 1000/1 

Western Kentucky 1000/1 

Western Michigan 1000/1 

Wyoming 1000/1 

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Memphis-LA Lakers OVER 227

Memphis is the top under team in the NBA, going under 21-12 by an average of 4.3 points per game, while Lakers are the fourth biggest under team based on margin. 

Two cumulative under teams go over 1087-858-65. While this winning percentage is well below most of our systems that rise to the level of premium bet, it not surprising that it is 58.3 percent this season. As totals and scores rise, gamblers prefer to bet on higher-scoring teams over, so they avoid betting on under teams like this creating additional value. 

Betting Splits for Alabama-Michigan CFP Semi-Finals

Are you ready for some intense football predictions and betting insights? If yes, then you are in the right place! Welcome to Splits from Joe Duffy’s Picks at, where we keep you updated with the hottest picks and profitable betting strategies.

Today, we’re focusing on the highly anticipated face-off between Alabama and Michigan. It’s a game that’s got everyone on their toes. The stakes are high, and the odds are even higher. The line is currently set at Alabama-Michigan (-1.5, 45.5). This means Michigan is favored to win by 1.5 points, and the total score is expected to be around 45.5. But, as we all know, anything can happen on the field, and that’s what makes betting on games like this so exciting!

Let’s dive into the betting stats for this game. According to our research, 70% of bets and 60% of cash are on Alabama. This shows a significant bias towards Alabama, indicating that a majority of bettors believe in their winning potential despite the odds. Remember, betting isn’t just about following the crowd. It’s about analyzing the data and making informed decisions. So, don’t just go with the flow. Do your research and choose wisely.

On the other hand, when it comes to total points, 59% of tickets and 68% of money are on the OVER. This means that the majority of bettors are expecting a high-scoring game. While this can be a risky bet, it often pays off in high-stakes games like this one.

Now, what does all this mean for you? It means it’s time to strategize and make your move. Whether you’re rooting for Alabama or Michigan, or you’re just in it for the thrill of the game, it’s important to keep these stats in mind. They can often provide valuable insight into how the game might go and where the smart money is.

And remember, this is just one game. There are plenty other exciting games on the horizon. For instance, the New Year’s Bowl Game of the Year, 3 CFB Wise Guy, 4 Majors, and CFP both sides and top total are all coming up. So, stay tuned and keep checking back for more insights and predictions. With Joe Duffy’s Picks at, you’re always in the know!

Happy betting and may the odds be ever in your favor!