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Oklahoma vs. Ohio State – What to Bet On

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Sep/09/2017

The Oklahoma vs. Ohio State game featured a line of Buckeyes -7.  Historically, Ohio State as a favorite of 3.5 to 10 points have won 45 out of 61 games since 1992.  That’s nearly a win percentage of 75% over the past 25 years when favored within that spread.

The money line on this game for the Buckeyes was set at -280.  You would have to bet $28 to win $10 for Ohio State to win outright (the $28 bet refunded assuming it’s a winner). 

The money line wager on Ohio State is a good one, especially when you consider that, as an underdog of 3.5 to 10 points, Oklahoma is just 8-23 Straight Up since 1992.  That’s just a 26% win success within this range.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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