The Daily Steam: Pac-12 Championship, Buyback in Seattle, Jimbo to TAMU, More

The Daily Steam: Pac-12 Championship, Buyback in Seattle, Jimbo to TAMU, More

Today’s edition of The Daily Steam has everything you need to know for this weekend’s action, including college football betting analysis, sharp NFL buyback, favorite sides of the public and much more.

Let’s get this party started

The first of the Power 5 conference championship games kicks off tonight with Stanford and USC vying for the Pac-12 title. At the time of publication, 59% of spread bettors are on the Trojans (-4) while 66% of total wagers have taken the ‘over’ (58.5).

For a more comprehensive breakdown of this weekend’s big championship matchups, be sure to check out the Action Network’s Mega Betting Guide.

Don’t call it a buyback

Earlier in the week, we detailed just how rare it is to see the Seahawks as home dogs and even more rare that the public wants no part of them. After the line reached Seattle +6, buyback hit the market and knocked it back to +5 at

Get smarter about all of this weekend’s NFL action with betting and DFS angles for every Week 13 game.

Who wants football picks?

A busy Premier League schedule continues this weekend with 10 matches being played on Saturday/Sunday including Arsenal vs. Manchester United. Our recommended plays are up over +17 units on the season– where does the value lie for this weekend?

Goble, Goble

Sorry for the late (and lame) Thanksgiving “joke” but it’s important for bettors to know that both John Goble and Brett Nansel are working tonight’s Timberwolves-Thunder game.

A name like Jimbo belongs in Texas

Jimbo Fisher is leaving Florida State after eight seasons to take the head coaching job at Texas A&M. According to The Action Network, Fisher was 51-52-2 ATS in his tenure with the Seminoles.

Public love

According to our betting trends data, here are the most popular public sides of the day:

SportTeamBetting %OpponentLine
NCAAB North Carolina88%Davidson-10.5

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