Minnesota vs. Indiana Betting Odds, Sharp Pick: Pros, Joes in Agreement on Over/Under
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- Updated betting odds for Wednesday's Minnesota vs. Indiana college basketball matchup have the Hoosiers as 3.5-point favorites, with a total of 136.
- That total has caught the attention of sharp and casual bettors alike, and has both sides in agreement.
- Check out the over/under pick that sharps have made, and how it's causing line movement, below.
Professional and recreational bettors don’t always have to disagree on how to play a specific matchup.
While the world’s most respected bettors and those who wager for fun often have differing opinions, it’s not all that uncommon for sharps and squares to line up on the same side of a given game.
And that’s exactly what’s happening in tonight’s Minnesota vs. Indiana college basketball matchup.
Using The Action Network’s betting tools and data, let’s examine how bettors are approaching Minnesota vs. Indiana.
*Odds as of Wednesday at 12:50 p.m. ET and via FanDuel Sportsbook
Minnesota vs. Indiana Sharp Betting Pick
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A whopping 94% of bets — accounting for 93% of the money wagered — are on the Minnesota vs. Indiana over, and wiseguys are among that overwhelming majority.
Sports Insights’ Bet Signals, which track and report betting action from the world’s most influential players, have triggered two steam moves on the over, citing two specific examples of respected money driving this number up across the entire betting market.
In fact, with both sharp and recreational bettors pounding the Minnesota vs. Indiana over, oddsmakers have had no choice but to adjust from an opener of 134.5 to 136.
Sharp angle: Over (moved from 134.5 to 136) [In Indiana? Bet now at FanDuel. NJ, PA, IN and WV only.]