Late Professional Action Moving Hawaii-Colorado State Betting Line
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- Professional bettors finally made their play, pounding the line for tonight's Colorado State (-17) at Hawaii (7:30 p.m. ET) matchup.
- Betting had been very quiet over the last three months, before the college football betting market attracted Colorado State-Hawaii steam earlier this morning.
- Using the The Action Network's betting tools, we break which side is attracting so much attention from sharp bettors.
There are two games on today’s college football season-opening slate, and professional bettors are treating them very differently. As highlighed in Wake and Rake earlier this week, sharps have spent most of the month of August pounding tonight’s Wyoming-New Mexico State (10 p.m. ET) matchup.
However, wiseguys took a much different approach when it comes to the Hawaii-Colorado State (7:30 p.m. ET) game. Following a very quiet offseason, professional money flooded the market earlier today, revealing exactly which side sharps are betting.
Colorado State opened as a 14-point home favorite against Hawaii at Pinnacle back in late May, and the line bounced between -13.5 and -14.5 over the course of the following three months.
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Behind 78% of spread tickets, public bettors are already backing the Rams and, according to Sports Insights’ Bet Signals — which track sharp action across the live sports betting market — wiseguys joined the Colorado State party in two waves earlier this morning.
Steam moves were triggered at CRIS and Pinnacle, two market-setting sportsbooks that accept large wagers from professional bettors, on Colorado State, driving the number from -14.5 up to the current line of -17.
At -17, it’ll now be interesting to track whether Colorado State money continues to flow or if Hawaii buyback is waiting to grab underdog value, especially if the line pushes off 17 and up to +17.5.