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Top Bets College Football Week 6

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Published on:
Oct/07/2017

Below you will find the Week 6 most bet on sides in College Football.

Penn State was among the most bet on in the Noon Eastern Time games. 

As far as the remainder of the day, the Miami Hurricanes were seeing the most action at nearly a 70% clip on the spread as a -3 road favorite.

Another Florida team, the Gators at +1, were the second most bet on across the board.  They were seeing approximately 65% of the action on the spread.

Washington State was seeing heavy action for the evening games as a -3 visiting favorite versus Oregon.  The Cougars were seeing 80% of the backing.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

 

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