Into the Weekend with BetDSI & Peter Loshak

Peter Loshak

Sunday, November 3, 2013 1:44 PM UTC

Sunday, Nov. 3, 2013 1:44 PM UTC

In this week’s episodes of Into The Weekend with BetDSI, covering NFL week 9 and college football week 10.

I started out asking Brent, the Head Lines Manager at BetDSI, about the action on the Michigan/Michigan St matchup.

Both teams are ranked close to each other in the Top 25, and Michigan is off of a bye, yet the line has moved in favor of Michigan St, who already opened as a favorite.

Then we discussed the marquee college game of the week, Miami Florida vs Florida St, a game that has a huge pointspread despite being a matchup of two Top 10 teams.

And we also got to the interesting Georgia/Florida SEC game, where both teams will be off of a bye and trying to heal from extensive team-wide injuries.

Then we discussed the notable sharp action Brent has seen this week in college football, which consists mostly of sides this week, as opposed to preview weeks, where a majority of the plays were totals.

In the NFL, I asked Brent about the action on New Orleans and New England, which I assumed to both be big public sides. I was surprised to hear that not only are they big public sides, but that Brent saw sharp action on both as well, when the lines were a bit lower, of course.

Then we also got into the much-debated KC/Buffalo game, which saw some significant short-term line fluctuations late in the week.

And when we finally got to the sharp action for Week 9 in the NFL, the first side Brent cited as being sharp was also one I figured to have value myself, along with guest Tony George in our video preview of that game this week.

comment here