Late Sharp Action Hits Texas-Oklahoma Big 12 Championship Game
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- Late sharp action has caused a line move in Saturday's Big 12 Championship Game (12 p.m. ET, ABC).
- A Sports Insights' Bet Signal helps reveal which way the sharp money is going in Texas-Oklahoma.
The line for Saturday’s Red River Rivalry edition of the Big 12 Championship Game opened with Oklahoma favored by a half-point more than a touchdown.
Despite Texas being the more popular pick for much of the week, oddsmakers were unwilling to drop this spread to an unhooked seven points, and instead moved Oklahoma to -8 — a minor indication that sharp bettors were behind the Sooners.
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But there’s been some significant betting activity over the past 24 hours.