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Before you make your college football bets this weekend, it's worth knowing which side other bettors are backing, especially on games drawing sharp action.
We talked to Jay Rood, Bet.Works' chief risk officer and theScore Bet's head trader, to see how sharps and public bettors are playing the Week 8 slate.
The Big Ten is back, and Ohio State is already drawing enough public interest to merit concern for sportsbooks entering the weekend.
This game hasn't pulled a ton of action on straight bets, though the Buckeyes are seeing five times as much money in the early going. There's an even bigger advantage in parlays, which is a strong indicator that a flood of public money could be coming on Ohio State.
Rood says he expects this line to creep up to 28 by Saturday, with little buy-back on the road underdog.
"There's not a lot of people in the camp that Nebraska is going to show up and do anything here," Rood said. "That's probably going to be a fairly key game…