SMU vs. Tulane Odds, Betting Pick: Sharps Leveraging Windy Weather Forecast on Friday Night
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SMU’s offense has been dealt two separate blows as star wide receiver Reggie Roberson Jr. and running back TJ McDaniel will miss the rest of the season due to injuries.
This alone should hamper the Mustangs’ scoring, and the SMU vs. Tulane weather forecast won’t do either offense any favors as well.
Let’s look at sharp bettors are taking advantage of key injuries and an unfavorable weather forecast for Friday night’s matchup.
SMU vs. Tulane Betting Pick
The SMU vs. Tulane total has attracted a steady diet of attention from professional bettors, with Sports Insights’ Bet Signals tracking three smart-money moves on the under.
With respected bettors pounding the SMU vs. Tulane under, it’s no surprise to see this number plummet from an opener of 68 to 64.5 at DraftKings.
So, why are wiseguys so bullish on the SMU vs. Tulane under? Thanks to our historical betting and weather data, we know strong winds are playing a big part.
Our Windy Unders PRO System (click here to see all five picks for this system) shows that since 2005 unders are 531-401-34 (57%) in college games played in breezes of at least 13 mph.
The SMU vs. Tulane weather forecast is calling for 15 mph winds, making tonight’s game a prime windy under candidate.
PRO Report Angle: Under 64.5