College Football Sportsbook Lopsided Action Report for Week 12

College Football Sportsbook Lopsided Action Report for Week 12

November 20, 2020

We have the wagering report in from William Hill. There are an excellent variety of video games where both the action and tickets are at least 66% lopsided to the very same group. That is our criteria for considering it truly lopsided.

The college football week 12 got underway last night in remarkable style as Tulsa obstructed a pass from the Tulane QB to cover the spread and win in OT. With a start like that you know this weekend will be interesting.

There are 6 video games in overall for week 12 college football action seeing the public betting a minimum of 2-1 ratio for both dollars and tickets. Unsurprisingly the groups are either public beloveds (Coastal Carolina & & Indiana )or powerhouse schools (Wisconsin & & Florida). You can see the report listed below:

Evaluating from the chart below todays ATP (against the general public) picks ought to be:

UCF vs Cincinnati
Cincy -6
CIN 81%.
CIN 96%.

Ohio St. vs Indiana.
Ohio ST. -20.5.
IND 71%.
IND 75%.

FLA 85%. Auburn vs Tennessee.
Auburn -10.5.
AUB 79%.
AUB 93%.

I think the number that really sticks out to me is the Auburn vs Tennessee public cash. 93% are on Auburn !? This need to give William Hill a huge boost ought to Tennessee cover. Wonder if a substantial sportsbook like William Hill would ever even consider laying off some of that action.

WISC 92%.
Vandy vs Florida. FLA -31.5.
FLA 74%.

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Coastal Car. vs App State.
CCar -5.
CCAR 78%.
CCAR 68%.

Groups
Spread
Tickets
Cash

There are a great number of video games where both the action and tickets are at least 66% lopsided to the very same team. There are 6 video games in total for week 12 college football action seeing the public wagering at least 2-1 ratio for both dollars and tickets. I think the number that really sticks out to me is the Auburn vs Tennessee public cash. 93% are on Auburn !? This should provide William Hill a substantial increase ought to Tennessee cover. Wonder if a big sportsbook like William Hill would ever even consider laying off some of that action.

Northwestern vs Wisc
. WISC -7.5.
WISC 80%.

UCF +6
APP State +5
Ohio State -20.5
Northwestern +7.5
Vanderbilt +31.5
Tennessee +10.5