Ohio State vs. Penn State Pick


STATE COLLEGE, PA (ATS Consultants)Penn State hosts No. 9 Ohio State on Saturday at 5:30PM ET on ESPN, live from Beaver Stadium.

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Ohio State is 8-0 on the season and 2-0 on the road while Penn State is 5-2 overall and 3-1 at home. The Nittany Lions are 6-1 against the spread this year while the Buckeyes are 3-5 ATS. Ohio State has won four of the last six in this series.

Odds: The oddsmakers at Bovada.lv have Penn State as a very slim favorite at home in this game, as the Nittany Lions have odds of -1 points against Ohio State. The over/under total for the game has been set at 50.5 points.
Line Movement: Opening odds had Penn State favored by 2.5 points. The spread bounced around a lot during the week, falling as low at Ohio State -1.5 before closing back at PSU -1.

Public Betting: Of the wagers that have been placed on this game, 74% are going on Ohio State +1 point at Penn State on Saturday. Be sure to click on the public betting link to get the latest odds and betting percentages.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL FREE PICK: Road team is 4-1 ATS L5 in series and is 23-7 ATS L30 on grass. Last year: Penn State (+6) over OHIO STATE, 20-14. The Buckeyes are 8-0 for the first time since 2007 and 4-0 in the Big 10. They take on a PSU team that is 5-2 and 3-0, after winning five straight. QB Braxton Miller is back after dealing with a sore neck. He was knocked out last week against Purdue and Miller has been one of the best quarterbacks in the nation this year. Miller is second in the Big 10 in total offense (293ypg) and is 41 yards of becoming the first Ohio State qb to run for 1,000 yards in a season. Penn State has played well, defeating the weak part of the schedule. OSU has won three of the last four at Penn State.


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