UC Davis vs. Tulsa Odds, Picks & Predictions: Big Money is Moving College Football Betting Line
Chris Gardner/Getty Images. Pictured: UC Davis QB Hunter Rodrigues
- UC Davis and Tulsa begin their 2021 college football seasons on Thursday night.
- See which side the big money is backing in tonight's matchup below.
College football is back, which means that there will be plenty of days in which bettors will have some very random teams to target. Thursday night is one of those days as UC Davis vs. Tulsa provides a nice chance for bettors to catch a win on a low-key matchup.
Tulsa finished the 2020 season at 6-3, finishing at the top of the American (West) and narrowly losing the American Conference Championship to Cincinnati. This season Tulsa will have junior QB Davis Brin taking over an offense that put up a hair over 27 points per game last season.
UC Davis possesses one of the more potent offenses in FCS football. A team that is bringing back a whopping 21 starters should have an opportunity to score against Tulsa despite the Golden Hurricanes having a solid secondary that was second in the conference in passing yards allowed per game in 2020. They will miss unanimous All-American and first-round pick Zaven Collins, though.
So in a matchup that pits a strong American Conference squad against a feisty FCS opponent, which way should bettors be leaning? Our latest NCAAF PRO Report shows that the underdog is worth a look.
UC Davis vs. Tulsa
At the time of this writing, the 29% of bettors backing UC Davis have generated 65% of the money wagered on Thursday’s spread.
This 36% difference shows that some of the biggest bets being placed on Thursday’s spread are being placed on the UC Davis Aggies. This is likely a sign that sharp bettors are looking to back UC Davis.
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