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It’s always a tough break for bettors on the under when a college football game goes to overtime wholesale jerseys authentic, but it doesn’t get much worse than when it takes three extra periods to finally go over.
With the game tied at 21 late in the fourth quarter, the 58 percent of bettors on the under were hoping for a late score in regulation to end it.
That opportunity came after Central Michigan drove deep into Northern Illinois territory. Chippewas kicker Brian Eavey had a 33-yard field goal in the final seconds to win it, but missed. After a Central Michigan interception in overtime, Eavey would get a chance to redeem himself. But once again, the Chippewas kicker missed, this time from 35 yards out.
Heading to double-overtime, the score was tied at 21 and the under still appeared to be in good shape athletic jerseys wholesale. But the teams traded touchdowns, and it was now 28-28 heading to triple-overtime. Central Michigan’s D’Andre Dill blocked a field goal to set his team up for the win again, as those on the under were begging for a field goal and 31-28 final score. Unfortunately for those folks, Cooper Rush and Tyler Conklin hooked up for a 25-yard touchdown to win it 34-28, with the total going over by one point.
Final score: Central Michigan 34, Northern Illinois 28 in 3OT (Game goes over)
Missouri Tigers at Florida Gators
Closing over/under: 52.5
This turned out to be a similar wholesale team jerseys ending to the previous weekend’s SEC East game between Georgia and South Carolina.
Florida led 33-7 with less than two minutes left, as only a pair of late touchdowns could lose it for the 73 percent on the under — the most popular “under” pick Saturday. Ish Witter’s 1-yard touchdown capped off a 99-yard drive for Missouri, as Florida then led 33-14 with 1:23 left. Down 19, Missouri’s onside kick attempt was picked up and returned for a touchdown by Florida’s Antonio Callaway, pushing the total over.
Final score: Florida 40, Missouri 14 (Game goes over)
Connecticut Huskies at South Florida Bulls
Closing line: South Florida -20.5
The 57 percent who took South Florida will have a tough time getting over all of the mistakes the Bulls made in the second half.
South Florida led 14-3 at halftime, but started the third quarter with turnovers on each of its first two drives. Later in the quarter, Bulls running back Marlon Mack lost a fumble at the Connecticut 2-yard line. Despite all that, South Florida continued to move the ball with ease and took a 42-20 lead with 2:57 left, finally covering the 20.5-point spread. The Bulls just needed one stop, and they appeared to get it when Jalen Spencer picked off Bryant Shirreffs. But in what turned out to be the most costly mistake for South Florida, defensive pass interference was called, extending the Huskies drive. Five plays later, Shirreffs threw a touchdown to Alec Bloom on fourth down with 57 seconds on the clock, and Connecticut would lose by just 15.
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Final score: South Florida 42, Connecticut 27 (Connecticut covers)
Cleveland Browns at Tennessee Titans
Closing line: Titans -7.5
The majority of the action was on the Titans, who were favored for the first time this season, to cover the 7.5-point spread against the winless Browns.
Tennessee led from start to finish, and seemingly took control when Anthony Fasano’s 15-yard touchdown catch from Marcus Mariota put the home favorites up 15 with 6:43 left. The Browns proceeded to go on a 13-play scoring drive that included two fourth-down conversions, cutting the Titans’ lead to 28-19.
In an interesting decision, Hue Jackson went for two (to cut the deficit to seven), but failed. Those who bet the Titans rejoiced. But that happy feeling didn’t last long, as Cleveland recovered its own onside kick, getting the ball back with 2:05 left. Nine plays later, Duke Johnson Jr. scored a 1-yard touchdown with 27 seconds left to cover the spread for the Browns. Tennessee dropped to 1-8 ATS in its past nine games as the favorite.
Final score: Titans 28, Browns 26 (Browns cover)
Indianapolis Colts at Houston Texans
Closing line: Texans -3
For most of the night, it appeared that the Colts (who closed as 3-point underdogs) and the under 48 would be the winning sides. Indianapolis led 23-9 with less than three minutes left in regulation, prompting many Texan fans to leave the game early.
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They ended up missing an improbable comeback by the home team.
A Lamar Miller 10-yard touchdown reception and Nick Novak extra-point cut the Colts’ lead to 23-16 with 2:37 left. Houston forced a three-and-out and got the ball right back. Three plays later, Brock Osweiler connected with C.J. Fiedorowicz for a 26-yard touchdown — and just like that, it was tied at 23. Someone would need to score again (unless it ended in a tie), so in matter of minutes, bettors on the under went from winners to losers.
As for the rest of the game, the Colts failed to score on both the final possession in regulation and the first in overtime before Houston ended it. The Texans scored on their first overtime wholesale jerseys online possession, as Novak’s 33-yard field goal forced those on Indy +3 to settle for a push.