Oregon vs. Utah Betting Pick: Sharp Action Hitting Pac-12 Championship Over/Under

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  • Sharp money is moving the line for tonight's Oregon vs. Utah matchup (8 p.m. ET, ABC).
  • We detail how money from respected bettors is affecting the Pac-12 Championship over/under.

Championship week is here and starts with tonight’s Pac-12 Championship Game between Oregon and Utah.

Utah is battling for the final spot in the College Football Playoff, and a win against Oregon could secure that position.

Oddsmakers like the Utes’ chances, opening them as 5.5-point favorites, a number that now sits at -6.5. On the other hand, sharp bettors have found value by way of the Oregon vs. Utah over/under.

Let’s look at how pros are betting the Pac-12 Championship Game total.

Oregon vs. Utah: Pac-12 Championship Sharp Betting Pick 

  • Spread: Utah -6.5
  • Over/Under: 45.5
  • Time: Friday, 8 p.m. ET
  • TV: ABC
  • Location: Levi Stadium, Santa Clara, Calif.

Fifty-one percent of tickets have hit the Oregon vs. Utah under, but it’s our sharp money data that clarifies how the pros are betting the Pac-12 Championship.

Sports Insights’ Bet Signals, which track and report professional betting action in real-time, have triggered four Steam Moves — at lines of 51, 49.5, 49 and 47 — on the under, marking four unique instances in which money from respected bettors forced market-wide adjustments to the total.

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With sharps pounding the under, this number has plummeted from 51 to 45.5.

One factor that could be influencing this activity is a poor weather forecast, as rain and double-digit breezes could be catching the eyes of bettors.

Sharp angle: Under (moved from 51 to 45.5) [In New Jersey? Bet now at PointsBet]

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