Online Betting – Big Line Moves for this weekend’s College Football

Online Betting – Big Line Moves for this weekend’s College Football. What are some of the big line moves you need to be aware of in online betting for this weekend’s college football games?. Let’s look at some of the biggest line moves in Internet betting for Saturday’s college football.

Rutgers at Cincinnati
The biggest line move on Saturday is on Cincinnati at home as they host Rutgers.  Gamblers have seen all they want to of Rutgers this season and they have had enough.  Rutgers is a pathetic 2-7 ATS this season and bettors are taking Cincinnati. The line on this game opened at 9.5 and is up to 13.5.

Arkansas State at Navy
This line has moved from Navy -15.5 down to Navy -12.5.  The line move doesn’t make sense on paper as Navy is a better team than Arkansas State but perhaps it does in terms of motivation.  Navy has already clinched a bowl game so they have no real incentive to win this game by a large margin.

Florida State at Maryland
The public may not know much about Maryland but the wise guys do.  Maryland is competing for an ACC title and they actually control their own destiny.  Florida State opened up as a 6-point favorite but even though the Seminoles are getting Christian Ponder back this week the line has dropped to Florida State -4.

Ohio State at Iowa
This line hasn’t moved as much as some of the others at Sbggobal but it has moved on to a key number. Ohio State started as a 4.5 point favorite but the line is down to -3.  The Hawkeyes rarely lose at home but this is not a great Iowa team.  The Internet betting line move is to Iowa though as bettors think this one will be close.

Off the Radar Games
There are a number of games that are off the radar that have had some big line moves.  East Carolina has dropped from an 11.5 point favorite to a 9 point choice at Rice.  Wyoming has gone from a pick at home in online betting to a 2.5 point favorite against Colorado State. SMU has gone from a 12 point favorite to a 14 point home chalk against Marshall.  Central Florida opened as a 15.5 point favorite at Tulane and they are now laying 17.5 while Florida International started as a 7.5 point favorite at UL Lafayette and they are now laying 10.

Earlier this week there was a big line move as Miami of Ohio opened as a 13.5 point favorite against Akron but the number dropped to Miami minus 9.


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