Kent State vs. Wisconsin Weather Forecast Leading to Betting Value
Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports. Pictured: Camp Randall Stadium.
- Saturday's Kent State vs. Wisconsin (12 p.m. ET, ESPNU) matchup is expected to be played in cool, windy conditions.
- Our Pro Betting Systems reveal the smart way to bet this matchup.
October is my favorite month of the year. It features my birthday, Halloween and “hoodie weather.” Those first two things may not mean much to you, but the third is something to remember.
Temperatures are dropping and winds are picking up. What does that mean for bettors? It’s relatively obvious, but let’s take a look anyway.
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Kent State vs. Wisconsin Odds, Weather Forecast
There’s one word to sum up Saturday’s forecast at Camp Randall Stadium — raw. Temperatures will range between 50 and 55 degrees and cloudy skies may give way to some occasional showers, especially in the second half.
But more importantly, the expected conditions have triggered a match for a College Football Pro Betting System with a 57% win rate since 2005.
It’s simple. If you see a game with 13 mph winds or higher, you bet the under, you cash your bets at a 57% rate. Not too hard if you ask me.
Furthermore, this raw air has been particularly profitable on windy days. The Windy Unders Pro System has a 10.4% return on investment overall — which is great — but it jumps to 18.4% when looking at only games with temperatures between 40 and 60 degrees.
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This total had actually gone up from 57.5 to 60 since opening, but has since been struck with sharp action on the under (maybe due to the forecast). The line has since dropped back down to 58.5 as a result.
At the time of writing, there are a dozen matches for this system on Saturday.