Where to Bet the Penn State vs. Ohio State Game Online – Latest Odds, Tips

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The Penn State vs. Ohio State game can be bet online here.   This will be the most wagered on game of the week, and quite possibly of the season thus far, in College Football.

The line was -6.5 favoring Ohio State.  Despite nearly 70% of the betting action coming in on PSU, the line has mostly been steady around -6.5 with some earlier moves to -6.  It would appear on the surface that the books do have a fairly strong opinion on the Buckeyes, otherwise there would at least be more aggressive movement to -6, something we simply are not seeing into the midweek period. 

We here at like the money line, where you only have to bet $25 to win $10 on Ohio State winning outright (the $25 is returned assuming the Buckeyes win).

Penn State, as a road underdog of 3.5 to 7 points, has only won a single game outright out of seven since 1992 while Ohio State has gone 14-4 Straight Up as a favorite within this range playing at home since 1992.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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