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- The over/under for Wednesday's Frisco Bowl between Ohio and San Diego State remained stable for two weeks after opening.
- However, with kickoff less than 24 hours away, sharps quickly got down hard on this total.
- Using The Action Network's betting tools, we break down how sharp action is moving this line.
It’s bowl season, and even though we haven’t gotten into the part of the postseason schedule that includes games between big-name schools, bettors still come out of the woodwork to play these matchups.
Last night’s Boca Raton Bowl between UAB and Northern Illinois attracted more than twice the amount of betting tickets as the most heavily bet NBA game (see live betting data here).
With bowl lines being available for such a long time — odds for tonight’s Frisco Bowl opened on Dec. 3 — bettors have had more than two weeks to take a crack at this game.
And while action has come in throughout, sharps often take advantage of higher limits that are available closer to kickoff.
As a result, it’s not surprising to see the Ohio-San Diego State over/under on the move over the past 24 hours.
Using The Action Network’s betting tools, let’s look at how late professional action is shaping the Frisco Bowl total.
This over/under opened at 55 across the market and saw very little activity over the first two weeks of betting action. After 15 days, the total had slipped just one point to 54.