Maryland vs. Clemson Odds & Picks: Sharps Betting a Wednesday ACC/Big Ten Total (Dec. 9)

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Maryland vs. Clemson Odds

Maryland Odds +2
Clemson Odds -2
Over/Under 129
Time 5 p.m. ET
TV ESPN2

The ACC/Big Ten Challenge rolls along Wednesday with a first tip at 5 p.m. ET between Maryland and Clemson. And while early games generally have no problem drawing recreational bettors looking for action, this one is also catching the attention of sharps.

Our PRO Report confirms that professional action, and shows the significant shift that’s come on the over/under as a result.

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Maryland vs. Clemson Sharp Pick

Only one indicator is lit, but it’s had a major impact, as evidenced by the difference between the opening and current total.

Sharp Action

A six-point drop is certainly something to take note of in any case, but it becomes even more telling when it’s in the direction of an unpopular side. In this case, only 43% of bets have landed on the under.

As you’d imagine, that generally means there’s something about the 43% that sportsbooks respect. In other words, it’s probably made up of some sharp bettors, and Sports Insights’ Bet Signals confirm that to be the case.

Since this line was made available, four SI Bet Signals — which are triggered by market-wide movement caused specifically by sharp action — have been triggered on the under in the form of steam moves. Steam refers to a heavy dose of money hitting the same side of a bet all at once, and is a strong indication of professional activity.

As of writing, the consensus total sits at just 129 despite an opening number of 135.5.

Sharp Action edge: Under

There’s more sharp action Wednesday…

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