Murray State vs. Texas A&M, Merrimack vs. Troy Predictions: Sharp Picks for Thursday Mid-Day CBB
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There are two incredibly random college basketball games worth betting on Thursday afternoon, according to the Action Network's proprietary data.
Murray State vs. Texas A&M tips off at 4 p.m. ET while Merrimack vs. Troy will roll at 5 p.m. ET.
The Action Network has detected troves of wiseguys targeting one line in each of the aforementioned games.
Sharp action on games of little magnitude is a benefit for you, the reader. With fewer eyeballs and bettors, the markets for these types of games tend to be far less efficient. Consequently, there are more instances where the line isn't set at a fair price.
Tailing sharp bettors over the long run is assured to make you a profit. Sports betting's main short-term constraint, though, is variance. Make sure you're using the same unit sizing every time you tail smart money.
Sharp Picks for Murray State vs. Texas A&M, Merrimack vs. Troy
Odds and betting data updated as of 12 p.m. ET.