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Another One Bites the Dust: Bettors Get Beat Down With Auburn ATS Loss

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Oct/14/2017

Auburn failed to cover the spread and the books made out like bandits once again.

Entering their Week 7 game against LSU some 80% of the spread action was coming in on Auburn as a -7 favorite.  Some books opened at -9. 

Louisiana State not only covered the spread, they ended up winning outright. 

Auburn and LSU were now both at 5-2 after Week 7 play.

For those looking to fade Sunday's NFL top play, that would be Green Bay.  The books will need Minnesota, a team that has given the sportsbooks fits in recent years with consecutive winning records Against The Spread.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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