College Football Betting Action, Line Movement Monitor for September 21, 2023

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Don Shapiro
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FSU was still seeing around 75% of the action versus Clemson.  The Noles were a -2 favorite as of Thursday morning.  At some books this number is hovering between the -2 and -2.5 but not crossing over to 3.


Most books had moved to the -3.5 Buckeyes in their game against Notre Dame but that number had dropped back to -3.  Action was between 72% and 75% on the Fighting Irish.  Ohio State was looking like a good play here.

The Rutgers-Michigan total was seeing 85% to 92% of the action on the OVER at 24.  That number is coming down off the 25.5, an indication oddsmakers believe the UNDER will come through.

Oklahoma had 65% to 76% of the public support and the line is moving accordingly from -13.5 to -14.5.

Colorado vs. Oregon action was balancing off a bit at Ducks -21 but still somewhat lopsided on the Buffs at this number (56% to 63%).  Oregon looks attractive here as does the UNDER 70 with so much of the action on the OVER and the number coming down a few notches from 73.

The total on the Nevada vs. Texas State game moved from 62 to 60.  With heavy 86% or greater action on the OVER, the UNDER 60 has value early on at least.

- Don Shapiro,

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