College Basketball Betting Pick: Sharps Hammering Kansas vs. Iowa State Spread Wednesday

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  • With football out of the way, sharp bettors are targeting Wednesday's Kansas vs. Iowa State (8 p.m. ET, ESPN+) college basketball matchup.
  • Using The Action Network's betting tools, we detail how the pros are playing this game.

For this first time in months, football is out of the picture during the week, allowing basketball to take center stage among fans and casual bettors.

Gamblers are greeted with a nine-game NBA schedule, as well as a deep 56-game college basketball slate on Wednesday night.

Sharps are also taking advantage of Wednesday’s loaded hoops card, including what will be among the day’s most heavily bet matchups: Kansas vs. Iowa State.


Odds as of Wednesday at 11 a.m. ET and via FanDuel, where Action Network users get a risk-free bet up to $500.


Using The Action Network’s betting tools, let’s examine how smart money is forcing major adjustments to the Kansas vs. Iowa State spread.

College Basketball Wednesday Betting Pick: Kansas vs. Iowa State

Kansas opened as a 6.5-point road favorite and is attracting 70% of all bets on the spread.

On the other hand, sharps have been falling all over themselves getting down on Iowa State and the points.

While the Cyclones are garnering just 30% of the action, those wagers account for 64% of all money hitting this spread.

With the bigger bets taking Iowa State, the line has plummeted to +4.5.

Sports Insights’ Bet Signals also confirm that the majority of money backing the Cyclones comes from respected bettors, highlighted by a Steam Move when the line sat at +6.5.

For the record, there has been no sign of sharp activity at the current line of Iowa State +4.5.

Sharp angle: Iowa State (moved from +6.5 to +4.5)

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