Sharp Action Driving Rutgers-Wisconsin CBB Line Movement

Dec 03, 2018 02:08 PM EST

Peter Kiss and Geo Baker. Credit: Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY Sports

  • Professional bettors are targeting tonight's Rutgers-Wisconsin college basketball game (8 p.m. ET).
  • Wisconsin is listed as a 12-point favorite over Rutgers, with an over/under of 125.5.
  • Using the tools available at The Action Network, we analyze how sharps are betting this game.

Monday is a relatively light day in the sports betting world. We have Redskins-Eagles, seven NBA games and only five college basketball contests.

While recreational bettors are focusing almost exclusively on Monday Night Football and NBA, wiseguys have quietly gotten down on an overlooked college hoops game: Rutgers at Wisconsin (8 p.m. ET).

After breaking down the data using Sports Insights’ Sportsbook Insider Pro betting tools, I’ve pinpointed which side the sharps are focusing on in this Big Ten conference showdown.

Betting Terms to Know

Steam Move: Sudden, drastic and uniform line movement across the market caused by an overload of sharp action from respected players.

Reverse Line Movement: When the betting line moves in the opposite direction of the betting percentages. It’s a top smart money indicator.

Line Freeze: When one side is getting heavy betting, but the line won’t budge, indicating sharp liability on the other side.

Juice: The tax or commission that bettors must pay sportsbooks in order for them to accept your wager. A -115 juice means a bettor would have to wager $115 to win $100.

Full Sports Betting Glossary

>> All odds as of 1 p.m. ET. Download The Action Network App to get real-time college basketball odds and track your bets.

Rutgers at Wisconsin

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