Sharps Piling on Sunday’s North Texas-Hawaii College Basketball Matchup
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- North Texas is currently a 1.5-point road favorite against Hawaii for Sunday night's college basketball matchup (11 p.m. ET).
- While the majority of the sports world is focusing on NFL, sharps are already getting down on this small college basketball game.
It’s Week 10 of the NFL season and all eyes are on today’s slate of football matchups.
While football is obviously dominating the day’s interest from sports fans and recreational players there are still six NBA games and 15 college basketball matchups also on Sunday’s schedule.
Public bettors may peek over at the NBA slate, but probably have zero interest in betting any of today’s college basketball games.
On the other hand, professionals couldn’t care less about the game itself as long as its offering betting value.
And according to Sports Insights’ betting tools, sharps have zeroed in on tonight’s very lightly bet North Texas-Hawaii (11 p.m. ET) college hoops matchup.
Oddsmakers opened this game as a pick’em and 68% of dollars wagered on the spread have taken North Texas against Hawaii. Not only is the majority of money backing the Mean Green, but sharps are responsible for those bucks.
Sports Insights’ Bet Signals, which track and report professional betting action in real-time, have triggered two Steam and two Reverse Line Moves on North Texas, meaning that wiseguy money is responsible for moving the line to Mean Green -1.5.