Smart Money Quietly Moving Utah State vs. Air Force Odds

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Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports. Pictured: Air Force Falcons quarterback Donald Hammond III (5) celebrates with wide receiver Dane Kinamon (14) fullback Taven Birdow (33) and wide receiver Benjamin Waters (20) and defensive lineman Mosese Fifita (99) and defensive lineman Joey Woodring (96).

  • Sharp bettors are quietly targeting Saturday's Utah State vs. Air Force college football matchup (10:15 p.m. ET, ESPN2).
  • Using The Action Network's betting tools, we examine how smart money is moving lines for this game.

College football’s Week 9 slate has plenty of intriguing matchups, including Wisconsin vs. Ohio State, Notre Dame vs. Michigan and Auburn vs. LSU.

To nobody’s surprise, each of these games is among the most-heavily bet of Saturday’s contests.

While casual bettors are loading up on nationally-televised matchups that include top 25 teams, professionals are analyzing the entire slate in the constant search for soft lines and value.


Odds as of Tuesday at 12 p.m. ET and via PointsBet, where Action Network users get an exclusive 200% deposit match (deposit $50, bet with $150).


Interestingly, one of the most popular landing spots for smart money is Saturday night’s Utah State vs. Air Force game. At the time of writing, this matchup ranks in the bottom 10 of overall betting handle, but the pros can’t get enough of it.

Utah State vs. Air Force Sharp Report

After opening at 61, the Utah State-Air Force under has been pummeled by professional action.

Sports Insights’ Bet Signals have triggered four separate smart money indicators on this under, so it’s no surprise to see the total now sitting 58.

Not only does early professional money indicate there’s value on this under, but The Action Network’s college football power ratings make this number 44.5, suggesting there is still plenty of meat left on this bone.

Fifty-six percent of bets on the Utah State-Air Force total have currently come in on the under, yet those wagers account for 96% of money.

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