Washington vs. Penn State Fiesta Bowl - What the Line Should Be

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Dec/30/2017

Gambling911.com resident bookmaker expert Tony Caliente breaks down the Fiesta Bowl to determine if the line on this game is accurate.

This is one of the bowl games where the books are going to see some heavy exposure, especially if you happen to operate out of the Eastern Pennsylvania area.  Nearly 85% of the spread action was on the Nittany Lions coming into this one.  Penn State was the most bet on side of the day, and perhaps the entire weekend.

Some, but not all, books have moved the line to -3 in an effort to get more action on Washington so we are not seeing an aggressive effort considering the amount of money flowing Penn State's way. Books certainly will not want to cross over that dreaded 3.

The College Football Betting Power Ratings do suggest Penn State should win by 4.5 points so books will be on edge Saturday night for sure.

- Tony Caliente, Gambling911.com

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