Playing the total in Tulane-Houston and coast-to-coast MLB parlay for our best bets on Friday, Sept. 30.
If this betting line had been available in the preseason, Iowa State would have been favored by 10 points or more. Kansas is clearly better than expected, but that’s a huge shift. We’re buying on the big movement.
New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge, after hitting his 60th homer last Tuesday against the Pittsburgh Pirates, has gone a week without a dinger — which for him qualifies as a drought. Judge’s next long ball will tie the fabled 61 from Roger Maris in 1961.
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The betting market has reacted accordingly to quarterback Justin Herbert's injury, with the Chargers, who opened as 9-point favorites and had already dropped to 7, are now just 3-point chalk at Caesars Sportsbook.
Six of the past nine games for both the Royals and Mariners have stayed under this total, several of them well under, and the starting pitching lines up for a close, low-scoring game, too.
The rest of the season is Big Ten games, so the stage gets bigger for Heisman Trophy favorite CJ Stroud
The Buckeyes own a 24-game home winning streak against Big Ten opponents, so betting against them seems foolish.
Conference play is here — soak it in. Here are our best bets for Week 4 of the college football season.
Albert Pujols and Aaron Judge are both just two homers away from significant milestones entering Tuesday night’s action. Can they do it? The betting odds at Caesars Sportsbook, say yes.
With Georgia, Ohio State and Alabama looking like the clear top three in the country, Week 3 gave us some clues as to who could challenge that triumvirate atop the college football world.
From Bet Chicago Sports: The total in USC-Fresno State gotten out of control. USC has had some inflated scoring because of turnovers, including three pick-6s its opener against Rice.
One more tune-up and chance to put up big numbers for Ohio St. QB C.J. Stroud in the Heisman Trophy race against Toledo this week before Big Ten play begins.
We liked the Michigan State-Washington line better when it opened under a field goal, but we're taking the plunge with the Huskies. Whether that’s a plunge to profit or straight into Lake Washington, we’ll find out Saturday night.
Penn State and Auburn are both a soft 2-0. Penn State needed a borderline miraculous late drive to subdue Purdue in its opener and then took care of Ohio. Auburn has been even less convincing, snoozing past Mercer and then scraping by San Jose State.