Michigan State vs. Purdue Odds & Sharp Betting Pick: Pros & Public Aligned on Sunday College Basketball Game

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Photo by Justin Casterline/Getty Images. Pictured: Michigan State Spartans head basketball coach Tom Izzo

  • Today's Michigan State vs. Purdue (12 p.m. ET, CBS) college basketball game is attracting action from both sharp and public bettors.
  • Using The Action Network's betting tools, we detail how bettors are playing this Sunday college basketball matchup.

The Sunday morning sports conversation is focusing solely on the NFL. Last night the Tennessee Titans pulled off a massive, yet convincing upset of the Baltimore Ravens to advance to the AFC Championship Game.

Today, the rest of the conference title picture will be settled as the Texans play the Chiefs (3:05 p.m. ET) and the Seahawks take on the Packers (6:40 p.m. ET).

Surprisingly, with so much attention being paid to the NFL playoffs, Sunday’s college basketball slate is still attracting plenty of betting action.


Odds as of Sunday at 8:10 a.m. ET and via FanDuel, where Action Network users get a risk-free bet up to $500.


In fact, this afternoon’s nationally-televised game between Michigan State and Purdue (12 p.m. ET) is not only seeing tickets from casual bettors, but sharps are weighing in as well.

Michigan State vs. Purdue Sharp Betting Pick

The Spartans opened as 2-point road favorites and bettors have jumped all over Tom Izzo’s squad in this matchup.

Eighty-four percent of spread wagers have hit Michigan State, making up for 87% of the money.

In addition, Sports Insights’ Bet Signals triggered a Steam Move on the Spartans at -3, indicating that a sudden influx of money from respected bettors is responsible for driving this spread to the current number of -4.

With both recreational and pro bettors overwhelmingly hitting the same side of Michigan State vs. Purdue, oddsmakers have had no choice but to adjust this number in the hours leading up to tip off.

Sharp angle: Michigan State (moved from -2 to -4)

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