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Re: SUP Bowl 3 OPEN

Postby Dubby » December 28th, 2018, 5:49 pm

irishmark wrote:
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Xenon wrote:Did I read that right ... ND by 11? Did the line change alot with the players suspended? Or did more players from Clemson get suspended?


It's fixed

Opening line was Clemson -11 even with the suspensions current lines are running -11.5 to -12.5

So bettors are still showing no love for Notre Dame


No comment.


The bettors drive the odds so that is true statement

If money was being place on Notre Dame the line would be narrowing
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Re: SUP Bowl 3 OPEN

Postby Jake » December 28th, 2018, 7:11 pm

Florida vs. Michigan (-6)
Northwestern vs. Utah (-6.5)
LSU (-8) vs. UCF

Kentucky vs. Penn State Under 48
Mississippi State vs. Iowa Under 44.5
Missouri vs. Oklahoma State Over 71

Ohio State (-5) vs. Washington

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Re: SUP Bowl 3 OPEN

Postby irishmark » December 28th, 2018, 9:13 pm

Dubby wrote:
irishmark wrote:
No comment.


The bettors drive the odds so that is true statement

If money was being place on Notre Dame the line would be narrowing


I know. The bettors are being driven by the media.

As a certain poster once said about his Buckeyes, “Just win, baby”.
"I don't care if Pat Terrell is so wide open, you could walk up and hand him the football! Take the sack"!

Lou Holtz to Tony Rice.

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Re: SUP Bowl 3 OPEN

Postby BCEaglesFan » December 29th, 2018, 9:01 am

Upsets

AutoZone Liberty Bowl Oklahoma St (+9½) vs Missouri
PlayStation Fiesta Bowl - UCF (+8) vs LSU
Allstate Sugar Bowl - Texas (+10½) vs Georgia

Over/Under

San Diego County Credit Union Holiday Bowl - Northwestern vs Utah [45] - OVER
Outback Bowl - Mississippi St vs Iowa [44½] - OVER
Citrus Bowl - Kentucky vs Penn St [48] - OVER

Cover

Rose Bowl Game Presented by Northwestern Mutual - Ohio St (-5) vs Washington

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Re: SUP Bowl 3 OPEN

Postby Dubby » December 29th, 2018, 11:37 am

irishmark wrote:
Dubby wrote:
irishmark wrote:
No comment.


The bettors drive the odds so that is true statement

If money was being place on Notre Dame the line would be narrowing


I know. The bettors are being driven by the media.

As a certain poster once said about his Buckeyes, “Just win, baby”.


Now the bettors are flocking to Notre Dame

Sportsbooks taking heavy action on Irish for matchup vs. Clemson

The betting public has fallen in love with Notre Dame.

The Fighting Irish -- 12.5-point underdogs to Clemson in the College Football Playoff semifinal at the Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic (4 p.m. ET Saturday, ESPN) -- have attracted the vast majority of the money wagered at sportsbooks across the nation. Bettors are backing the Fighting Irish not only to cover the spread but also to pull the outright upset over the heavily favored Tigers.

At William Hill sportsbooks in Nevada, New Jersey and West Virginia, 84 percent of the money wagered on the Cotton Bowl money line -- the odds on the straight-up winner -- has been on the Fighting Irish, including a $10,000 money-line bet on Notre Dame placed Dec. 23 in New Jersey at +360 odds. The Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook also reported taking a $10,000 money-line bet on Notre Dame on Dec. 17 at +400. And in November, a bettor at Oceans Resort in Atlantic City, New Jersey, put $100,000 on the Fighting Irish to win the national championship at 7-1 odds.


The only problem I have with this article is why is Clemson still anywhere from the original -11 to high as -13.5 favorites if so much money is being placed on Notre Dame?

So their either misrepresenting people betting 7-1 odds on ND to win the National Title Vs people betting this game.

The difference is money on the game would drive the line down.
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Re: SUP Bowl 3 OPEN

Postby GR82BACANE » December 31st, 2018, 7:49 am

Upset

12:00 - Military Bowl Presented by Northrop Grumman (10-2) Cincinnati (-5.5) vs. (6-6) Virginia Tech (in Annapolis, MD) (ESPN)
O/U 53.5
2:00 - Hyundai Sun Bowl (8-4) Stanford (-6.5) vs. (7-6) pitt (in El Paso, TX) (CBS) O/U 52
7:00 - San Diego County Credit Union Holiday Bowl (8-5) Northwestern vs. (9-4) Utah (-6.5) (in San Diego, CA) (FS1) O/U 45

Over

12:00 - Military Bowl Presented by Northrop Grumman (10-2) Cincinnati (-5.5) vs. (6-6) Virginia Tech (in Annapolis, MD) (ESPN)
O/U 53.5
2:00 - Hyundai Sun Bowl (8-4) Stanford (-6.5) vs. (7-6) pitt (in El Paso, TX) (CBS) O/U 52
3:00 - Redbox San Francisco Bowl (7-5) Michigan State vs. (8-4) Oregon (-1.5) (in San Francisco, CA) (Fox) O/U 48

Cover
8:45 - Allstate Sugar Bowl (11-2) Georgia (-10.5) vs. (9-4) Texas (in New Orleans, LA) (ESPN) O/U 58

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Re: SUP Bowl 3 OPEN

Postby Dubby » May 28th, 2019, 6:02 pm

I'm going finish and update this so we have results for last season

Sorry it got away from me and I never completed the SUP bowl results
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