After losing to Washington by one point last week, the betting public is officially off the USC bandwagon. According to Sports Insights’ Betting Trends data, USC is receiving only 28% of spread bets and 38% of moneyline wagers. Saturday’s opponent, Stanford, opened as a 7-point favorite at CRIS and the lopsided betting has pushed the line up to -10. USC, as a double-digit underdog, is uncharted territory for anyone who followed this program through the Pete Carroll years, however, we have yet to see much buy-back in this game.
The following table shows the breakdown of spread betting percentages from our six contributing sportsbooks: