Late Money Moving Arizona vs. Hawaii Betting Line
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- Sharp bettors are buying back early line movement to find value in Saturday's (10:30 p.m. ET, CBS Sports) Arizona vs. Hawaii college football matchup.
- Using The Action Network's tools and data, we examine exactly where professionals are getting down.
In case you haven’t heard, the 2019 college football season got underway tonight with a two-game slate. Florida vs. Miami has already kicked off with Arizona vs. Hawaii (10:30 p.m. ET, CBSSN) to follow.
Wagers are flowing, which, in turn, means The Action Network’s college football betting data and tools are firing on all cylinders.
And it doesn’t take long to determine that professional bettors are aligning on the same side of the Arizona vs. Hawaii game, indicating a valuable wagering opportunity.
Both bets and money have continually hit the over since this number opened, driving the total from 71 to 74.
In fact, 68% of tickets and a whopping 90% of money wagered on the total are on the over, so it’s no surprise to see the number rising.
However, sharp bettors have been consistent in buying back the under each time the line has climbed above 74.
Sports Insights’ Bet Signals — which track and report professional action in real-time — have triggered three Reverse Line moves and two Steam Moves at under 74.5 over the past 48 hours, suggesting that sharp money has been waiting to grab the under at that price.
With the majority of bettors consistently playing the over, but sharps taking multiple cracks at under 74.5, the total has settled in at 74 across the market.