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Popular Bets, Most Wagered on Sides – 10.27 6:30 PM: Bettors All Over Nittany Lions

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Oct/27/2017

Here we have your most popular bet on matches and wagered on sides as of Friday evening (6:30pm EST).  Find live odds here

ALERT: Dave Mason of BetOnline is Reporting 70% of Spread Action on Penn State in Their Game Against Buckeyes Saturday 3:30 pm EST

HEAVY UPCOMING BOOKIE EXPOSURE

Penn State 61% (BOL reporting 70%, money line action across the board is also hovering around 70%)

Memphis 81%

Rockets 75%

TCU 82%

Minnesota Vikings 85%

Minnesota Vikings (Money Line) 95%

*BetOnline did bring the Penn State-Ohio State line down from -6.5 to -6 in an effort to improve betting volume on the Buckeyes.

MOST BET ON MATCHES

Penn State vs. Ohio State

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Man United v Tottenham

FSU vs. Boston College

Vikings vs. Browns (London)

Rockets vs. Hornets

Tulsa vs. SMU

Tulane vs. Memphis

TCU vs. Iowa State

UGA vs. Florida

Wellington Phoenix v Brisbaine Roar

Adelaide United v Melbourne City

Alaves v Valencia

SV Darmstadt 98 v Holstein Kiel

Arsenal v Swansea

Joshua vs. Takam

Atlanta Falcons vs. New York Jets

Dallas Cowboys vs. Washington Redskins

Dodgers vs. Astros Game 3

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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