Kansas vs. Stanford College Basketball Pick: Sharps Quietly Betting Over/Under

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  • While the majority of bettors are focused on football, sharps have spent Sunday morning hammering the Kansas vs. Stanford (3 p.m. ET, ABC) over/under.
  • Find out how the pros are betting this college basketball matchup.

Today is loaded with football news. The final week of the NFL regular season kicks off at 1 p.m. ET with plenty of teams still jockeying for playoff spots and best seeds possible, while the 2020 college football National Championship is all set as Clemson will take on LSU in two weeks.

While the ticket counts suggest otherwise, Sunday’s college hoops slate is also a solid one, with 12 top-25 teams in action throughout the day.

And because bettors are paying so much attention to football, today’s Kansas vs. Stanford game is about as under-the-radar a college basketball matchup can be when it includes the No. 5 Jayhawks playing on national television.

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But sharps don’t care about popularity. If basketball is offering one of the day’s best values, so be it.

And by the looks of smart money indicators and line movement, the pros have found plenty of reasons to like Kansas vs. Stanford.

Kansas vs. Stanford College Basketball Sharp Betting Pick

The bettors who have hit this game have been happy laying the points with Kansas, but pros have taken multiple cracks at the over/under.

Action on the Kansas vs. Stanford total is quite balanced, as 53% of tickets have come in on the under (see live public betting data here).

However, Sports Insights’ Bet Signals have triggered three Steam Moves on the over, marking three unique instances of market-moving money forcing oddsmakers to adjust this total.

As a result, this number has skyrocketed from an opener of 135 up to 138 at the time of writing.

Sharp angle: Over (moved from 135 to 138)

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