College Basketball Betting Data, Feb. 9: Florida-Tennessee Triggering PRO Systems
Gonzaga Bulldogs head coach Mark Few. Credit: Stan Szeto-USA TODAY Sports
You can’t possibly read about all 147 games on Saturday’s college basketball slate. That’s why our public betting data is a perfect place to start. Let’s dive into it.
Most Public Bets
As of 10 a.m. ET.
- Long Beach State -4.5 (83%) at Cal Poly
- Gonzaga -16.5 (81%) vs. St. Mary’s
- Purdue -12 (81%) vs. Nebraska
- FIU PK (74%) at UTEP
- Alabama -3 (74%) at Vanderbilt
Biggest Betting Ticket/Money Discrepancies
We track both betting tickets on a given game and the percentage of money that’s been bet on each side. If there’s a big discrepancy, there’s likely some sharper, larger bets on the opposite side.
Here are the three biggest discrepancies for Saturday as of 10 a.m. ET. This data will change as we get closer to tipoffs. Minimum 500 bets.
St. Mary’s (+16.5) at Gonzaga
- 10 p.m. ET
- 19% of tickets, 83% of money
- 64% difference
- Line move: St. Mary’s +17 to +16.5
West Virginia (+4) vs. Texas
- 8 p.m. ET
- 49% of tickets, 77% of money
- 28% difference
- Line move: WVU +5 to +4
Oklahoma State (+11) at Kansas
- 12 p.m. ET
- 34% of tickets, 61% of money
- 27% difference
- Line move: Oklahoma State +12 to +11
EDGE subscribers can get the rest of the biggest ticket/money differences here.
Bet Labs Pro Trend
Over at Bet Labs, we’ve created historically profitable betting systems for every sport. Today, 14 games match a college basketball system as of 10 a.m. ET.
There are even five systems that match Florida +11 at Tennessee, including:
Unlock other PRO systems and our database to create your own systems by signing up for a trial of Bet Labs here.
Sharp Money Indicators
Each day, we try to highlight one game from our sharp report page that has multiple indicators of sharp action.
Haven’t taken a side on Cleveland-Milwaukee yet? Now is your chance.
Our sharp report has triggered a steam move, reverse line movement and contrarian indicators all on Cleveland, which has moved from +1 to -1.5.
EDGE subscribers can get full access to our sharp report page here.