2021 Cotton Bowl Odds, Pick, Prediction: Sharps Bet Alabama vs. Cincinnati in CFP Semifinal
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- Alabama vs. Cincinnati odds continue to move in the 30 minutes leading up to the CFP kickoff, as some sportsbook have dropped to Cincinnati +13 and +12.5.
- Sharp bettors took a position on the 2021 Cotton Bowl on Friday morning, and have continued influencing the line.
- Action PRO members can get full access to our sharp betting signals for Alabama-Cincy and all other games.
Updated Cincinnati vs. Alabama Odds
|Date||Friday, Dec. 31|
|Time||3:30 p.m. ET|
*Odds updated Friday at 3:10 p.m. ET.
The College Football Playoff gets underway on Friday with Cincinnati taking on Alabama in the Cotton Bowl at 3:30 p.m. ET, followed by Georgia vs. Michigan in the Orange Bowl at 7:30 p.m. ET.
While both of these games will obviously attract massive TV ratings and huge betting handles, that doesn’t necessarily mean that each one is offering value.
In fact, as of the time of writing it’s clear that wiseguys have already taken a market-moving position on Cincinnati vs. Alabama, while Georgia vs. Michigan isn’t all that interesting from solely a value betting perspective.
So let’s go ahead and break down the sharp side of Cincinnati vs. Alabama in Friday afternoon’s Cotton Bowl.
Cincinnati vs. Alabama Pick
Unsurprisingly, the Crimson Tide are massive favorites over the Bearcats today, but we’re much more interested in whether or not this game will stay within the 13.5-point spread.