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Pittsburgh vs. Massachusetts Odds, Promo: Bet $10, Win $200 if Pitt Scores a Touchdown!

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Panthers football season is finally here! Pittsburgh kicks off its 2021 campaign on Saturday with a matchup against UMass at Heinz Field.

Oddsmakers expect the Panthers to beat the Minutemen in a blowout. Not so sure? Well, thanks to this amazing welcome promo from BetMGM, you can win big on Pittsburgh's Week 1 game no matter the outcome:

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Pittsburgh and UMass have never played each other before, but Panthers fans can expect their team to put up some points.

Pittsburgh averaged 29 points per game in 2020, while the Minutemen allowed their opponents over 560 yards of total offense per game last year.

And Pitt only needs to cross the goal line once for you to cash in!

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If your original bet hits, you win that too!

Don't snooze on this incredible welcome offer. Head on over to BetMGM so you can boost your bankroll for the start of Pittsburgh football season!

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