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Maryland football tied for 10th-best odds to win Big Ten

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Good morning. Here's your Maryland Minute for Friday, June 8.

Alexander Jonesi

Maryland football doesn't have the worst odds to win the Big Ten in 2016, but Vegas doesn't have much faith in the Terps.

Maryland football has 50/1 odds to win the Big Ten, according to online betting service Bovada's latest numbers, which is tied for the 10th-best odds in the conference. That isn't the worst in the Big Ten, or even in the Big Ten east, as Rutgers comes in at 100/1, tied with Purdue for the worst odds in the conference. But the Terps are tied for the next-worst spot with Indiana and Illinois.

Michigan and Ohio State have the best odds to win the conference at 7/4. Here are the odds for the whole conference, as well as the odds for each team to win its division:

Big Ten

  • Michigan: 7/4
  • Ohio State: 7/4
  • Michigan State: 7/1
  • Iowa: 9/1
  • Nebraska: 9/1
  • Wisconsin: 14/1
  • Penn State: 18/1
  • Northwestern: 33/1
  • Minnesota: 40/1
  • Illinois: 50/1
  • Indiana: 50/1
  • Maryland: 50/1
  • Purdue: 100/1
  • Rutgers: 100/1

Big Ten East

  • Ohio State: 1/1
  • Michigan: 5/4
  • Michigan State: 6/1
  • Penn State: 10/1
  • Indiana: 33/1
  • Maryland: 33/1
  • Rutgers: 50/1

Big Ten West

  • Iowa: 1/1
  • Nebraska: 2/1
  • Wisconsin: 4/1
  • Northwestern: 9/1
  • Minnesota: 14/1
  • Illinois: 25/1
  • Purdue: 33/1

Just remember, don't bother betting on the Heisman trophy!

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