BYU v. Oregon PRO Report: Sharps, Big Money Are Fading Public

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BYU vs. Oregon Odds, Moneyline, Total

BYU Odds +4 (-110)
Oregon Odds -4 (-110)
BYU Moneyline +165
Oregon Moneyline -195
Over/Under 141.5
Time 10:00 p.m. ET
TV ESPN

Odds are according to DraftKings as of Tuesday afternoon.

The BYU Cougars will take on the Oregon Ducks for some late night, west coast basketball on ESPN.

The Ducks are ranked No. 12 overall in the nation and are projected by many to compete with powerhouse, No. 2 ranked UCLA in the Pac-12.

Oregon are 2-0 so far but only 1-1 against the spread.

Oregon beat SMU by 23 points as seven-point favorites.

But in their home opener against Texas Southern, they won by just 17 points as 21.5-point favorites.

Meanwhile, BYU is also 2-0 straight up but 1-1 against the spread. They beat San Diego State by six in a West Coast Conference rivalry matchup. The line closed at BYU -3.

The Cougars also beat Cleveland State but just by 10 points — they had been 14.5 point favorites for their home opener.

KenPom has BYU ranked as the 39th-best team in the country while Oregon is listed at No. 22.

Oregon’s defense is what’s holding them back — KenPom has them ranked No. 12 in offense but No. 55 in defense.

The sharps love one particular team on this one — and they’re fading the public on the pick.

Read further to see what The Action Network’s models say about this game.

BYU v. Oregon Sharp Action, Big Money

BYU’s spread at +4 is getting hammered by wise guys everywhere.

That’s despite the fact that about 83% of the total bets are on Oregon to win.

Big money bettors — 17% of the total bets on this game — account for 47% of the total dollars, and they’re all on BYU.

If you want to tail these sharks, maybe wait until an hour or two before tipoff — the line looks like it’s still moving toward Oregon despite the sharp action.

There’s a chance you can get in at BYU +4.5 by tipoff.

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