Popular Bets, Most Bet on Sides Saturday Morning: Penn State 77 Percent

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Here we have your most popular bet on matches and wagered on sides as of Saturday morning (9:30 am EST)  Start your own book here


Penn State -10 77%

Notre Dame -14.5 88% (Down three percentage points overnight, this one will leave the books extremely exposed)

Eagles -7.5 63% (This one has come down 20 percentage points in the last 24 hours but also a full point as books attempt to get even more action on Philadelphia.  We gotta wonder why.

Oklahoma +1.5 70%

Wisconsin -12.5 60%

Iowa +17.5 74%

Virginia Tech +1 71%

Rams -3.5 67%

Colts +6.5 75%

Bayern Munich 72%


Broncos vs. Eagles

Wake Forest vs. Notre Dame

Oklahoma vs. Oklahoma State

Rams vs. Giants

Penn State vs. Michigan State

Barcelona v Sevilla

Breeders Cup

Bucs vs. Saints

Chiefs vs. Cowboys

Clemson vs. NC State

South Carolina vs. UGA

Ohio State vs. Iowa

Borussia Dortmund v Bayern Munich

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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