Who would have thought that an SEC Championship game would approach almost twenty points on one team? A Big Ten Championship with Iowa being undefeated. Can we even name the participants in the Pac-12 tilt this weekend? This and other conference championships seem to have departed from the norm for 2015. Let us at HRWager take a peek at the games with the biggest line moves right off the bat. Let the smart money point the way for the last day of November.
Strong Clemson Start
Never mind the winning streak that North Carolina has rattled off, the pros got right on the Clemson Tigers from the start. -4 1/2 got beat all the way down to – 6 1/2 before some Tar Heel funds got it to the current level of – 5 1/2. The total of 65 also went right up to 66 1/2 before nudging back to 66. Here is the vulnerability. Clemson can run up the score but can also play some defense. Look for more of a possession restriction type of game from them because they win and they make it to the college playoff.
USC and Stanford has only seen a little contraction to the total which has gone down to 60. The last remnants of the Harbaugh physical game reside. On the other side is a USC squad loaded with talent that only plays when it is interested. If you are siding with Stanford then the total is way too high for this one. – 4 1/2 is the line for this game but Cardinal backers should go the under instead if they think that is the school to walk away with the Pac 12.
Finally, the host team in the AAC is getting early love. Houston has went from -5 to – 6 1/2 against Temple. The Owls have their best ball unfortunately behind them. A line move is stalled only because that magic seven point mark is in the sight. THis could easily go to the eights or nines before it is done. Those betting Houston should plunk down their investment right now. Good fortune and we will have more college football line moves on Wednesday here at HRWager.