Oct. 28, 2016
Vegas Odds, Public Betting Trends Indians-Cubs, Navy vs. USF, San Diego State vs. Utah State, and Air Force vs. Fresno State
World Series Game 3 starters and odds are set between the Cleveland Indians and Chicago Cubs. The series is deadlock at 1-1. Josh Tomlin takes the hill for the Indians, while Kyle Hendricks is on the hill for the Cubs. Hendricks is a stunning -200 favorite with a total of 8. Despite the large number, 68 percent of Vegas and offshore wagers are on the Cubs, with 71 percent on the over. The current odds match the opening line. Navy vs. USF, San Diego State vs. Utah State, and Air Force vs. Fresno State top the Friday college betting card.
Among the greatest football games for football handicappers to exploit this week in is the encounter between Navy and South Florida. The game is televised on ESPN2 beginning at 7 ET and streamed on the GoESPN app. The Las Vegas and offshore pointspread and total are South Florida -6.5 and 65.5. It opened USF -7 and 66. Betting trends inform us Navy has gotten 81 percent of the bets and even a shocking 83 percent of wagers on the moneyline. The over is an even bigger consensus at 91 percent.
Other contests including San Diego State vs. Utah State. San Diego State is laying -6 on the road with a low total of 43.5. The total continues to drop from an opener of 48 with the line dropping slightly from 8.5. Sportsbooks show that 81 of out every 100 bets are on SD State, but 59 percent are on the other, somewhat rare.The final contest sees Air Force at Fresno State. Air Force is laying 14 on the road, up from an opener of 12. The total is unchanged at 53.5. Seventy-one percent of bets are on Air Force with 79 percent on the over. Free picks for this weekend starts out with Texas vs. Baylor.
At press time, Power of 620 sports services behind every pick the MasterLockLine has hit 30-of-39. Though picks are incomplete, thus far is appears one of the bigger bets of the season will be on San Diego State vs. Utah State. Check OffshoreInsiders.com for details.