Buckeyes Leave Bookies Stunned With Iowa Upset: Wake Forest, MSU Make Up For It

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Nov/04/2017

The Ohio Buckeyes, second favorites to win the 2018 College Football Championship, have just been scorched by the Iowa Hawkeyes….and so too were the sportsbooks.

Iowa was seeing better than 75% of the spread action as a 21-point underdog. 

But alas the bookies came out on top thanks to two heavily wagered on losing sides seeing lopsided action on the day.

Penn State and Notre Dame failed to cover in their games Saturday, resulting in a banner day for books.

Michigan State stunned the Nittany Lions with a final seconds outright victory.

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

Odds to win 2017 College Football Championship Game (Coming into Week 10) Get Updated Odds Here
Team Odds
Alabama 10/13
Ohio State 7/2
Georgia 8/1
Clemson 10/1
Notre Dame 14/1
Wisconsin 20/1
Penn State 20/1
Oklahoma State 20/1
Oklahoma 33/1
TCU 33/1
Washington 40/1
Miami, Fl. 40/1
North Carolina State 50/1
Auburn 50/1
Virginia Tech 66/1
USC 80/1
Iowa State 100/1
UCF 125/1
 

 

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