CBB Sharp Report: Pros Betting Tennessee-Texas A&M, Indiana-Michigan State, More
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- Sharp bettors are affecting lines in three of Saturday's college basketball matchups, including Tennessee-Texas A&M and Indiana-Michigan State.
- Sports Insights' Bet Signals along with betting market percentages help reveal which way the smart money is going.
Super Bowl weekend kicks off with quite a slate of college basketball games. More than 100 matchups will tip off Saturday, and sharps have taken notice.
Three games in particular, including Tennessee-Texas A&M (8 p.m. ET, ESPN), have drawn some significant action from wiseguys, and oddsmakers have adjusted lines as a result.
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Notre Dame @ Boston College
2 p.m. ET | ESPN CE
Sharp angle: Notre Dame (moved from +3 to +2)
With two 11-win teams facing off, the public has been comfortable laying a short spread on the home side. Seventy-seven percent of bets, in fact, have come on Boston College so far.
Despite that, though, the Eagles have fallen from -3 to -2.
Sharps have been all over the Irish, as evidenced by both money percentages and Sports Insights Bet Signals.
The 23% of bets on Notre Dame have generated 50% of actual dollars, meaning bigger bettors — the ones more likely to be sharps — are taking the underdog.
Two Bet Signals have also revealed smart money hitting the Irish at the opening number to drive the line down.
Indiana @ Michigan State
6 p.m. ET