CFB Sharp Report: Smart Money Landing on Buffalo vs. Kent State Matchup

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  • Sharps are betting tonight's Buffalo vs. Kent State (7 p.m. ET, CBS Sports) college football matchup.
  • Using The Action Network's betting tools, we analyze how pros are playing this game.

Tonight’s football schedule treats us to three games, two from the college side in addition to the NFL’s Thursday Night Football matchup.

Steelers vs. Browns is by far the most popular game among bettors, attracting more than double the amount of action as both college games, combined.

But while casual bettors are unsurprisingly jumping on Thursday Night Football, sharps have instead singled out what will likely be tonight’s least bet football matchup: Buffalo vs. Kent State.

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Let’s look at how professional bettors are quietly playing this game.

Buffalo vs. Kent State Sharp Report

This total opened at a consensus of 55 and has traveled to 56.5 at the time of writing.

The Action Network’s public college football betting is reporting 45% of tickets wagered on the total landing on the over, but those bets account for 67% of money.

Based on these percentages, we can surmise that big bets have forced the over/under adjustment.

Sports Insights’ Bet Signals also provide a key piece of information, reporting that sharps steamed the over at 55.5 on Tuesday afternoon.

Not only are the biggest wagers hitting this over, that money is also coming from bettors respected enough to force a market-wide adjustment to the Buffalo vs. Kent State over/under.

Sharp angle: Over (moved from 55 to 56.5) [In New Jersey? Bet now at PointsBet]

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