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How Sharps are Betting Late Week Football

 

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A lot of lesser conferences in college football try to grab the TV spotlight the next two nights. Sharps have been betting those games along with Chiefs/Raiders in the NFL. Let's take a look at how the Wise Guys have been betting Thursday and Friday action. I'll also include four marquee matchups from Saturday's college slate. Then, I'll be back at the usual time Friday to run through the rest of this weekend's pro football.

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Kansas City at Oakland: We've been sitting on a solid three since the game hit the board. That's such a common number that sharps would fade any move off the three for value. KC -2.5 would be popular because the Chiefs are playing so much better than the Raiders, and are in bounce back spot off a loss. But, Oakland as a divisional home dog of +3.5 would also get action. The total has moved down from 47.5 to 46.5 because Oakland's offense has struggled when QB Derek Carr hasn't been at full strength.

Memphis at Houston: Not quite the monster the conference (and TV networks) were hoping for. This isn't last year's Houston team, obvious in that blowout loss at Tulsa. And that Memphis win over UCLA that a lot of people watched a few weeks ago was erased by a 40-13 rout at the hands of Central Florida. Still, this could be a great game to watch and bet. Sharps liked Memphis +3, leading to a solid +2.5 everywhere as I write this. That's actually strong support for the dog...because the line didn't move back to the key number. No interest yet in either of the Thursday night college totals.

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Lions look to improve in many areas

ALLEN PARK, Mich. -- Jim Caldwell did not have any big revelations about his team over last week's bye. In fact, the Detroit Lions head coach said he walked away from a deep self-scout feeling exactly the way you would expect about a 3-3 football team.

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Stanford can't afford bump in road at Oregon State

No. 20 Stanford rebounded from an uncharacteristic sub-.500 start to the season to head into its bye week in familiar territory: leading the race for the Pac-12 North division title.

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