CFB Sharp Betting Pick: Pro Money Moving UTSA vs. Louisiana Tech Over/Under

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  • On a day with the biggest college football matchups attracting professional betting action, sharps are also hitting the slate's smallest games.
  • Learn how wiseguys are playing UTSA vs. Louisiana Tech (3:30 p.m. ET, ESPN+).

Saturday’s college football slate has been filled with sharp action, including market-moving money landing on the day’s biggest matchups, including Ohio State vs. Michigan and Oklahoma vs. Oklahoma State.

But today’s schedule offers a loaded 45-game buffet for bettors, and as we talk about often, winning tickets on the day’s smallest or lowest-profile matchups pay just the same as winners on the nationally-televised rivalry games.

Sharps have confirmed this, jumping all over this afternoon’s UTSA vs. Louisiana Tech college football game, despite this matchup competing to be the least bet of the day.

Here’s how the pros have driven UTSA vs. Louisiana Tech line movement.

UTSA vs. Louisiana Tech Sharp Betting Pick

This total opened at 55 and 73% of bettors have taken the over.

The wiseguys are on board as well, steaming this side of the total three times throughout the week — most recently at 10:55 a.m. ET today while the line sat at 56.

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With one-sided action aligned on the over, the number has traveled up to 57.

It’s unlikely that recreational bettors will go out of their way to get down on this total from now until kickoff, so any further over/under movement is likely to be a result of even more professional action.

Sharp angle: Over (55 to 57) [In New Jersey? Bet now at PointsBet]

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