College Football Market Report 11-14-20

We won both plays at the ATS site on Friday, but still sitting at an unsightly 13-14 with two plays left for Saturday. Now, we’ll take a look at the remaining games for Saturday and look at the betting patterns that are taking place.

College hoops is getting ready to begin soon and we’ll be on top of it pretty good.

The college football betting markets are taking a few stands today.

Vanderbilt at Kentucky: Kentucky has moved from -17.5 to -18 even though the Wildcats have received less than 50% of the wagers. The total is just 41.5. Favorites of 17 or more are just 37-51-2 ATS when the total is less than 42.

Notre Dame at Boston College: Notre Dame opened -13 and the line is down to 11.5 on even betting. Tough spot for the Irish but everybody knows that and no real value on the Eagles. I’d lean BC if I had to play.

Wisconsin at Michigan: Wisconsin getting hammered right now and the line is up to 6.5. I’m on the other side in this one.

Northwestern at Purdue: Northwestern getting hit hard, as the Wildcats are now favored by 3. The game opened even and the betting has been split.

Temple at Central Florida: The Knights have moved from -28.5 to -25.5 after getting 67% of the bets.

Late leans (based on game-day betting patterns): North Carolina -12.5, Illinois +6, Ole Miss -13, Fresno -10.


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