– The four highest closing totals all went over by 30.5 ppg with at least 95 points scored in each game: TCU-TTU (closed at 71.5, scored 109), Oregon-Cal (closed at 78, scored 100), ODU-WKU (closed at 78, scored 117), and Arizona-Washington St (closed at 73.5, scored 96).
– The four most-bet games of the weekend all involved SEC teams: Ole Miss/LSU, Mississippi St/Kentucky, Alabama/Tennessee, and South Carolina/Auburn.
Via our Bet Labs software:
– Last year there were 11 teams that failed to win more than 3 games ATS (combining to go 30-100 ATS). Those same teams have greatly improved and are now 47-37 ATS on the year, already 17 more ATS wins combined than all of last season.
– Teams receiving less than 35% of spread bets went just 13-15 ATS last week but are still a solid 157-141 ATS on the year.
– Underdogs may be coming down to earth this year as they went just 23-26 ATS this past week but are still 276-258 ATS on the year.
– However, Underdogs that were +7 or greater on the spread went 17-15 ATS this past week for another winning week and are now 197-175 ATS on the year.
– TCU racked up 82 points in their thrashing over Texas Tech this past weekend and remain the only team to cover every game ATS this season.
Marcus Mariota -200 from +140
Nick Marshall +1,500 from +1,800
Everett Golson +1,500 from +2,000
Ameer Abdullah +1,800 from +2,500
JT Barrett +5,000 from no odds
Kevin White +5,000 from no odds
Alabama +600 from +650
Notre Dame +1,800 from +3,500
Duke +25,000 from +50,000
Stanford +50,000 from +100,000
1. Miss St +700 | +12000
2. FSU +800 | +500
3. Alabama +600 | +650
4. Auburn +1200 | +850
5. Oregon +750 | +750
6. Notre Dame +1800 | +6500
7. Ole Miss +850 | +4500
8. Michigan St +750 | +3500
9. Georgia +700 | +1300
10. TCU +1800 | +17500
FSU opened -8.5 at BetOnline for their Thursday night game at Louisville. CRIS opened FSU -7 and they’ve already been bet down to -5.5 despite receiving over 70% of spread bets.
Oregon opened -12.5 at BetOnline and -11 at CRIS for Saturday’s game vs. Stanford but have been bet down to -9.5.
TCU will look to continue their perfect 7-0 ATS streak this week at the red-hot West Virginia Mountaineers. TCU is currently -5.5 on the road and receiving nearly 70% of spread bets.
Air Force will meet Army this weekend, and when two service academy teams play each other the Under has gone 20-7 since 2005.
Teams scoring at least 35 points in 5 straight games are 106-81 ATS since 2005 (TCU and WKU currently fit for this week).
Utah State will be starting its 4th QB of the year after losing their top 3 to injuries. Despite this, USU is still 5-3 on the season and are -2.5 this week at Hawaii.
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