Oregon vs UCLA Pick
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Icon-ok UCLA (-6.5) WIN WIN WIN Ticket Cashes $4080.00

$2,000.00 Pick documented: Friday, 20 Oct 2017 9:19 AM

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SPREAD MONEYLINE TOTAL
Convert?w=60&h=60&fit=clip Oregon +6.0 +199.0 68.5
Convert?w=60&h=60&fit=clip UCLA -6.0 -199.0

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Game time: Saturday 10/21, 4:00 PM


Oregon 14 FINAL
UCLA 31


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Payout Information


points adjust ML Over/Under adjust
Oregon +6.0 +100.0 +199.0 68.5 over 109.0
UCLA -6.0 100.0 -199.0 68.5 under -109.0

A $100 Moneyline bet on Oregon +199.0 cashes for $299.00
A $100 Moneyline bet on UCLA -199.0 cashes for $150.25
A $100 Points Spread bet on Oregon +6.0 cashes for $200.00
A $100 Points Spread bet on UCLA -6.0 cashes for $200.00
A $100 Over bet on the total points 68.5 cashes for $209.00
A $100 Under bet on the total points 68.5 cashes for $191.74




Line Moves For Oregon at UCLA

Saturday 10/21, 4:00 PM EST


Convert?w=40&h=40&fit=clip Oregon +199.0 Moneyline Moves


Oregon MONEYLINE payout currently is $299.00 for a $100 bet. The best payout so far on a $100 MONEYLINE bet has been $342.00.

These MONEYLINE odds imply Oregon a 33% chance of winning. If you think Oregon chances of winning are better than 33% then betting Oregon on the MONEYLINE would be a smart bet for you.






Convert?w=40&h=40&fit=clip UCLA -199.0 Moneyline Moves


UCLA MONEYLINE payout currently is $150.25 for a $100 bet. UCLA MONEYLINE payout has increased $8.93 versus when the moneyline first opened. The best payout so far on a $100 MONEYLINE bet has been $151.28.

These MONEYLINE odds imply UCLA a 67% chance of winning. If you think UCLA chances of winning are better than 67% then betting UCLA on the MONEYLINE would be a smart bet for you.






Convert?w=40&h=40&fit=clip Oregon +6.0 Points Spread Line Moves


The best time to have taken the POINTS SPREAD so far with Oregon was when the line was 6.5.






Convert?w=40&h=40&fit=clip UCLA -6.0 Points Spread Line Moves


With UCLA you're getting 0.5 more points now versus when the line first opened. The best time to have taken the POINTS SPREAD so far with UCLA was when the line was -5.5.






Convert?w=40&h=40&fit=clip Oregon at
Convert?w=40&h=40&fit=clip UCLA Total Points +68.5 Line Moves


The TOTAL POINTS has moved down -3.0 points. The best time to take the UNDER was when the total was at 71.5. The best time to take the OVER was when the total was at 67.0.








When the moneyline is moving up it usually means

  • Most of the public is betting against that team and the oddsmakers are increasing the payout so more people will bet on them.

  • There could be an injury update or other information affecting that team negativly.

  • Whenever the moneyline is moving up you get paid more if you win.

When the moneyline is moving down it usually means

  • Most of the public is betting on this team and the oddsmakers are decreasing the payout.

  • There could be an injury update or other information affecting the team positively. This positive information decreases the payout for a win.


When the points spread is moving up it usually means

  • The public is betting on the other team and the oddsmakers are giving this team more points so people will bet on them.

  • There could be an injury update or other information affecting the team negativly. This negative information increases the payout for a win.


When the points spread is moving down it usually means

  • Most of the public is betting on this team and the oddsmakers are decreasing the points for that team.

  • There could be an injury update or other information affecting that team positively.


When the over/under is moving up it usually means

  • Most of the public is betting on a high score.

  • Conditions, player updates, etc. could be favoring more scoring.


When the over/under is moving down it usually means

  • The public is betting on a low scoring game.

  • Conditions, player updates, etc. could be favoring less scoring.





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