Louisville vs. Wake Forest Betting Odds

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Mar/01/2017

Louisville vs. Wake Forest betting odds had the 23-6 Cardinals as a -3 favorite facing a 16-12 Demon Deacons team.

As we have regularly noted here at Gambling911.com, the Cardinals have excelled Against The Spread this season, going 17-9-1. They have evened out over the last ten games.

Wake Forest was sitting right at the .500 mark Against The Spread.

Louisville has beaten Wake Forest in the only two meetings in recent years, easily covering the current spread of 3.

It should be noted that the eighth-ranked Cardinals won only one of three February road games, and that came in overtime.

“They’re 10-3 at home, and we know it will be a very tough game,” said Cardinals coach Rick Pitino of his opponent.

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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