The Daily Sweat: Early Super Bowl Analysis, NCAAB Sharp Money, and Crazy Public Action

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Today’s edition of The Daily Sweat is just what you’d expect it would be the Monday after the NFL Conference Championship games…loaded.

Of course we have plenty of Super Bowl 52 coverage, but we didn’t forget about you college basketball, NBA or hockey fans either.

Early Super Bowl betting guide

Stuckey breaks down specific edges for each team so you’re armed with the metrics you need to make smart Super Bowl wagers.

Gronk-spiked?

In a shockingly serious piece, Mark Gallant looks at Rob Gronkowski’s value to the Super Bowl point spread.

Gallant’s 3rd law

For every serious Gallant post, there’s an equal and opposite reaction. This time, he takes on Olympic hockey and the lack of known NHL players.

OSU’s expectations 

Why has Ohio State been so good this year and should bettors be backing them tonight against Nebraska?

Sharp NCAAB action

Danny Donahue explains how tonight’s UNC-Virginia Tech game is a favorite among sharp college basketball bettors.

Trendy dogs get slaughtered

As a double-digit underdog, the Sacramento Kings are closing in on historic levels of public support.

Super Bowl line move

After opening Patriots -6, early money has moved the offshore consensus line for Super Bowl 52.

Public action

According to our betting trends data, here are the five most public plays of the day:

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