Seton Hall vs. Oregon Odds, Betting Pick: Sharp Money Moving Over/Under

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  • Sharps are betting tonight's Seton Hall vs. Oregon college basketball matchup (9:30 p.m. ET, ESPN2).
  • Learn how smart money is moving this over/under.

Wednesday is getaway day — not for teams, but for people hitting the road to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday.

With NFL and college football taking the night off, college hoops is offering an all-day, 43-game slate for fans and bettors to take in while in the car, at the airport, or on a train.

Professional bettors are also tagging tonight’s college basketball matchups, with Seton Hall vs. Oregon already attracting multiple waves of sharp money.

Let’s look at how wiseguys are moving the Seton Hall vs. Oregon betting line.

Seton Hall vs. Oregon Sharp Report

Sometimes it takes effort to break down where smart money is landing, and other times it smacks you right in the face.

This is one of those times.

The Seton Hall vs. Oregon over/under opened at 139, and betting has been fairly balanced so far with 46% of tickets hitting the under.

However, those bets account for 87% of all money wagered, already signaling liability for sportsbooks.

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Sports Insights’ Bet Signals provide another key piece of information, reporting Steam Moves at Under 139 and again at 138.5, marking two separate instances in which of sudden influx of action from respected bettors forced oddsmakers across the market to adjust this total.

With wiseguy money pounding the under, this line finally bottomed out at 134, where it sits at the time of writing.

Sharp angle: Under (moved from 139 to 134 [In New Jersey? Bet now at PointsBet]

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