Wisconsin Scores with 22 seconds Remaining Dealing a Bad Beat to Under Bettors
Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports. Pictured: Wisconsin Badgers running back Chris James (5) is tackled by New Mexico Lobos safety Stanley Barnwell Jr. (9) during the fourth quarter at Camp Randall Stadium.
- The over/under for New Mexico and Wisconsin closed at 58.
- Wisconsin scored a touchdown with 22 seconds left sealing a bad beat for under bettors.
What’s the definition of a bad beat?
For me, a bad beat is a sudden change of fortune in a sporting event that affects a gambling outcome and leaves the losing side feeling like puking.
Saturday’s Wisconsin-New Mexico matchup is a perfect example of that level agony.
The over/under for this game closed at 58 before kick-off. With Wisconsin up 38-14, driving, and the game seemingly over, under bettors were probably counting their money.
Instead, the Badgers’ backup quarterback came in the game to a touchdown with 22 seconds remaining. One pass, one touchdown, one unbelievably bad beat for anyone on the under.
WARNING: Do not watch this video if you had an under ticket on this game:
ben_bryan: Danny Vandan Boom throws his first TD pass to Taj Mustapha (his first TD as well).#Badgers Big Ten Network College Football: New Mexico at Wisconsin; or Eastern Michigan at Purdue https://t.co/Hfa2eIj1fS pic.twitter.com/WVK15Wo0N5
— FanSportsClips (@FanSportsClips) September 8, 2018