Saturday NCAA Online Betting – Indiana at Wisconsin on ESPN

Wisconsin is heavily favored in NCAA online betting on Saturday against Indiana in a game that can be seen on ESPN.

Before you go out and pound the Badgers in college football betting you should be aware that they might be without top running back John Clay this week.

Wisconsin -21.5 at Sbg
The Badgers are heavy favorites at home and they will likely win against Indiana. The question is whether or not they will cover the big spread. It might be tough with star running back John Clay out of the lineup.  Head coach Bret Bielema said the team might hold out Clay this week.  The team also might be without center Peter Konz. It is possible that Clay does get the start so monitor the injury situation before you play this game.

Wisconsin Hoping for the Rose Bowl
The Badgers could end up finishing the conference season at 7-1 and that might put them into a tie with Ohio State and Michigan State. If the three teams end up tied, then the team with the highest BCS ranking goes to the Rose Bowl.  Guess who that team is likely to be?  That’s right, Wisconsin. The Badgers are the highest ranked team in the BCS standings of all Big 10 teams. It is also possible that the Badgers end up tied with Iowa and Michigan State and that scenario does not favor Wisconsin as Michigan State holds that tiebreaker.

Indiana Rarely Wins in November on the Road
It has been nine years since Indiana won a game on the road in the month of November.  They have lost 13 straight road games in November.  Indiana is rotten all the way around late in the season. Since 2001 they are just 3-25 during the final month of the regular season. Indiana has not won a game in November since 2007. Their current losing streak is nine in a row.

Saturday NCAA Online Betting Trends
The Badgers are 2-5 ATS in their last 7 games as a favorite. Looking at the total, the Over is 7-2 in the Hoosiers last 9 games as a road underdog. The Over is 4-1-1 in the Badgers last 6 games overall. The Over is 8-1 in the last 9 meetings between the two teams.

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