Akron vs Ohio Odds: College Football Week 11
Akron vs Ohio Odds – College Football Week 11: Akron comes into Tuesday’s clash with the Ohio Bobcats riding a miserable 3-14 ATS record in their last 17 games as the underdog. Meanwhile, Ohio isn’t much better, coming into their second game of the year on an 0-6 ATS run in their last 6 home games, as well as 0-6 ATS as a home favorite, and 2-9 ATS in their last 11 as a favorite period. It’s a battle for who can stay relevant in the MAC.
Akron vs Ohio: Match-Up and Betting Trends
Akron is 4-1 ATS in their last 5 games against Ohio, with the underdog covering in 5 of their last 6 meetings. The Under has gone 4-1 in the last 5 games between these two teams played in Ohio. Historically, games that feature Akron as a dog have gone Under. In the last 61 games with Akron getting points, the Under has gone 41-20. Although Ohio’s betting trends on the total are in the exact opposite direction. Ohio has gone 4-0 to the Over in their last 4 in-conference games, 4-0 in their last 4 games in November and 5-0 to the Over in their last 5 Tuesday games. The trends may not mean much this year, as things are not exactly being played in normal circumstances, but historically, it’s a mixed bag of outcomes as for the total, but Akron seems to have the edge historically in this match-up.
Akron/Ohio: Measure of Expectation
Both teams are 0-1 coming into this match-up. Although the Ohio Bobcats have done slightly worse against their expectations, considering they were a favorite against Central Michigan, who cashed as a +114 underdog against them last week. Akron lost 58-13 to Western Michigan, who was a -1000 favorite.
Based on the measure of expectation, Akron is performing below their expectations, having lost against the spread by 25 points. Ohio failed to cover the spread by just 5 points but were favored against the spread against Central Michigan and lost out. So far, both these teams are performing below their expectations.
- AVG. MARGIN is the average point differential per game for each team. This is a useful measure of expectation, as it shows an average for how many points a team wins by, or loses by, per game.
- AVG. ATS MARGIN is the average margin a team wins, or loses, against the spread. This is the best measure of expectation to use, at least from a betting perspective, because it shows the average performance a team does against the betting line per game.
- MONEYLINE FADE is the amount of profit generated from betting $100 against each team in every game played. This is a great measure of expectation because it gives a good idea of each team’s return on investment.
Keep it locked to Odds.com for all of your College Football betting needs for Week 11. The best current odds can be found at our College Football Odds Page. Stay tuned for plenty more College Football Picks throughout the season.