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Why Bookies Should Fear the Ohio State Buckeyes in 2017, 2018

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Jul/08/2017

There are plenty of reasons why bookies and sportsbook operators should be worried about this year’s Ohio State Buckeyes, listed with the second shortest odds of winning the 2018 National Championship Game. 

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Ohio State did leave bookies relatively unscathed last season and those who utilized a Pay Per Head business likely profited in a significant way.  That’s because the Buckeyes only finished 6-7 Against The Spread despite losing just two games outright.

If the Buckeyes are expected to be improved this season, we would anticipate more unfavorable results for the books.  Ohio State has finished 6-7 two seasons straight, and over this period have only lost three games outright.

AthlonSports.com notes that Ohio State will have a favorable schedule in 2017.  More importantly, an abundance of talent will likely result in bigger wins and more covers.

Improvements include more depth on the defensive line, the return of J.T. Barrett and a massive shakeup among the offensive staff.

Kevin Wilson was brought in as offensive coordinator/tight ends coach and former San Francisco 49ers quarterback coach Ryan Day as co-offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach.

From AthlonSports:

“Wilson is respected throughout college football as one of the best play-callers in the game, and should bear watching with a loaded offensive arsenal in Columbus. Day is a protégé of former Oregon head coach Chip Kelly, and could incorporate more of the fast-break offensive approach Meyer has long admired.”

It should also be noted that Urban Meyer has gone 61-6 in five seasons as Ohio State’s head coach so expect this trend to continue.

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