Hot Betting Trends: Stanford vs. UCF

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Ean Lamb
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Sep/12/2019 has some hot trends and tips for those betting the Stanford vs. UCF game.  The line on this one is Knights -9 after opening at -7.5.  Even at this number UCF was seeing better than 84% of the action.

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  • As a favorite the Knights are 17-6 Against The Spread over the last three seasons.  They have failed to cover only once in eight times dating back to 1992 as a home favorite of 7.5 to 10 points (edge: UCF)

Stanford has split in six games as an underdog of 3.5 to 10 points over the past three seasons. 

The last time the Cardinal played in the state of Florida was when they beat Virginia Tech 40-12 in the Orange Bowl on Jan. 3, 2011.

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ABOUT STANFORD (1-1): Costello was 16-of-20 for 152 yards with a touchdown in the victory over Northwestern before junior Davis Mills threw for 237 yards with a TD and an interception against USC. Junior wide receiver Connor Wedington finished with a career-high 187 all-purpose yards in last week's setback and leads the way with 12 catches for 136 yards along with a touchdown while junior tight end Colby Parkinson has gained another 127 on 11 receptions for the Cardinal. Senior running back Cameron Scarlett leads the ground attack with 179 yards but the offense took a big hit when junior tackle Walker Little, who made the preseason Outland Trophy watch list, was lost for the season with a knee injury.

ABOUT CENTRAL FLORIDA (2-0): While Mack and Wimbush are experienced options, senior tackle Jake Brown has been impressed with Gabriel's presence, telling the Orlando Sentinel: "He does not act like a freshman. You wouldn't believe it. He acts like a senior. He leads and does his thing." Gabriel has five TD passes and two of them have gone to junior receiver Gabriel Davis, who has six catches for 166 yards in the first two contests. The Knights are also deep at running back with four players rushing for at least 100 yards in the early going, including sophomore Bentavious Thompson (155, one TD), junior Greg McCrae (149, two), senior Adrian Killins Jr. (143, two) and junior Otis Anderson (112, one).

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