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Ohio State vs. Wisconsin Line Moves From Buckeyes -5.5 to -6.5

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Nov/29/2017

Oddsmakers are definitely moving the line in such a way to drive more action towards the Badgers heading into this critical Big Ten Championship game.  Ohio State opened as a -5.5 favorite with the line drifting to -6.5 by Wednesday morning.  This is despite Wisconsin seeing 67% of the betting action.

This game will be played on the neutral field of Lucas Oil Stadium in Downtown Indianapolis but one must consider it’s a whole lot easier to get here from a good portion of Ohio than it is from even the southern most parts of Wisconsin.  As such, we would give the entire home field advantage to the Buckeyes.

We have Ohio State with a -1.5 line here.  If a true neutral field, Wisconsin would have the slightest of advantages but we’d still be looking at a PICK’EM.

The line movement midweek is certainly telling.

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