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2017 College Football Week 5 Sharp Plays

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Sep/30/2017

Dave Mason of BetOnline released the day’s sharp plays for College Football.  This past Thursday in the NFL, the sharps got clobbered, as did the books.  The big question: Do you bet based on what the wiseguys are wagering on?

UNLV -14; now -16.5

Murray St +51; now +45.5

Miami OH; +20.5; now +19.5

GA Tech; -7.5; now -10

Wisc -14.5; now -15.5 (-119)

It should be noted that the Georgia Bulldogs were revealed as the most wagered on team in College Football this week.  67% of the spread action was on the Bulldogs.

“We will be big Tennessee (+9.5) fans,” Mason said.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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