Legal Wagering in Indiana. In 2019 Indiana Sports Betting went live and the Hoosier State started taking legal sports betting wagers that included a betting market on college football. Along with wagering on Indiana, bettors can wager on other major college programs in the state that include Notre Dame and Purdue.
A full month of football and the return of the NBA propelled Indiana to a massive $461 million handle in October. That easily beat the previous all-time high of $355 million. Football was the most popular betting option in the state with $175 million worth of wagers. However, basketball took the biggest leap last month.
Indiana is currently 0-6 in conference play and still a touchdown favorite over Rutgers. That is a bit alarming. When looking at the body of work for both sides, there is only one bet to trust here.
College football betting sees the Hoosiers taking on the Boilermakers on Saturday, November 27th at Ross-Ade Stadium, West Lafayette, IN. Cappers Picks provides complimentary handicapping picks all NCAA football season long so stay tuned for more FREE college football game Week 13 predictions like this Indiana Purdue free pick.
Indiana Betting Trends And Insights. Indiana has a record of just 2-9-0 against the spread this year. The Hoosiers have not covered the spread this year (0-2 ATS) when playing as at least 15-point underdogs. A total of six Indiana games this year have hit the over. Indiana has combined with its opponent to score more than 50.5 points in five of 11 games this season.
College Football Betting Preview: Indiana Hoosiers vs. Purdue Boilermakers – Saturday, Nov. 27, 2021. A very disappointing season comes to an end for Indiana (2-9) on Saturday when they visit fellow Hoosier State combatants Purdue (7-4). The Boilermakers have had a much better go in the 2021 campaign, looking at their first eight-win season ...
The surge in betting brought on in part by the year's first full month of football also made Indiana just the fifth state to reach $5 billion in lifetime sports wagers, according to PlayIndiana ...