Most Wagered On Sides - November 23: WSU, Notre Dame, More

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Nov/23/2018

There are some heavy one-sided bets being made for Friday and Saturday that we list below.

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Washington State was seeing heavy action as a -2.5 favorite.  The Cougars will likely get 65% or more of the spread bets when all is said and done as the books continue to encourage wagering on the favorite.  Watch the Huskies cover here for sure.

Notre Dame could end up stinging the books a bit based on their reaction to the action coming in.  There was greater than 90% of the bets coming in on the Irish spread, causing the line to shift from 8.5 to 11.

The Clippers were also seeing some decent action with the line moving up from -3 to -4.5 versus the Grizzlies.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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