Memphis-UCF AAC Championship Game Line on the Move Hours Before Kickoff

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  • After opening at -6, Central Florida is now listed as 2.5-point favorites against Memphis in the AAC Championship (3:30 p.m. ET, ABC).
  • The late line move opens an opportunity for UCF bettors to get the Knights inside the key number of -3.

The line for the AAC Championship Game is on the move.

The Memphis Tigers opened as 6-point road dogs, and although that line had already taken into account the injury to UCF Knights quarterback McKenzie Milton, bettors still believed that Memphis wasn’t getting enough credit.

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In fact, sharps immediately hit the Tigers at +6, and while that’s been the only confirmed case of sharp action — at least through Sports Insights’ Bet Signals — this line has continued to drop throughout the week.

By mid-week, it seemed that the line had settled around UCF -3.5, with a few books going as low as -3. But the line was on the move again at noon ET on Saturday.

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