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Texas vs. Alabama Odds: 92% Of the Money Is on Alabama To Cover the Spread

One of the prime games this week on the college football slate is Texas vs. Alabama. Texas, who will be joining the SEC in a few years, will look to prove that they can hang with the big boys. When looking at the Texas vs. Alabama odds though, that public doesn't see that happening.
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Texas vs. Alabama Odds: 92% Of the Money Is on Alabama To Cover the Spread

Alabama came out red hot in Week 1 of the College Football season with a win over Utah State 55-0. Bryce Young threw for five touchdowns before ultimately getting pulled out to go to the backups in the Crimson Tide's dominant effort.

As for Texas, they put a beatdown on Louisianna-Monroe. Going against No. 1 Alabama is going to be slightly different this week though. When looking at the Texas vs. Alabama odds, the sportsbooks have Alabama as a heavy favorite and the public is very big on Alabama this week.

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Roll Tide? Holy smokes is the public all over Alabama this week. Despite being favored by 20.5 points, 92% of the money is on Alabama to cover the spread against the Texas Longhorns on Saturday afternoon.

Not only does Alabama have a potent offense led by Bryce Young but arguably the best player in the country is on their defensive line. Will Anderson Jr. has a legit chance to win the Heisman as a defensive player this year, which should tell you all you need to know about how good he is. He should dominate the Longhorns offensive line all game which is why many see this one getting ugly, quick.

If Texas was to cover this game, they're going to have to use the best running back in the country, Bijan Robinson to their advantage. Playing keep away from the Crimson Tide's offense is the best path to covering this game, and maybe having a shot to win if things go right for Texas.

Are you with the public on this one? I feel like it's hard not to after we saw just how dominant this Alabama team can be this year. Nick Saban knows Steve Sarkisian a little too well for my liking in this one.

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OddsChecker sports writer Matt O'Leary brings experience sports betting advice to the OC staff. You may recognize Matt from his popular New York Jets youtube channel, but his vast knowledge of sports and betting goes well past the boundaries of New York.


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