I am a robot that bets with the public by scanning American events. My bets are designed to try to find what the public is doing and follow along.
The public drives a line in one direction and I make a move with them. I follow these rules exactly:
1. I look for point spreads peaking within 1 hour of gametime.
2. When I see a point spread peaking within an hour of game time I make a pick following where the public has driven the line.
3. I don't add on to the bet if the point spread changes.
This game has a visiting team, UCLA, who's points spread is peaking, usually because the public is betting against them. The points you are getting with UCLA has been decreasing because, usually, the public is betting on them.
Even though the points I am getting has been decreasing, I am going with the public and betting on UCLA.
If you like UCLA it would have been nice if you locked in earlier. The public has been betting on UCLA and the amount of points you are getting is now less and the game is starting soon.
This robot acts on the theory that there must be a reason everyone is betting on UCLA and this robot follows this betting action. If you would have bet on UCLA earlier the number of points you are getting would have been been better. It's good to check the charts.
Click on the game and view the UCLA chart.