An MGM Resorts bettor won a six-figure wager on Green Bay, which turned an otherwise profitable day into a small loser for MGM and a “pretty good” loser for William Hill.
The Buckeyes, who have beaten their four Big Ten opponents by an average of 38.8 points, are consensus 14½-point favorites.
William Hill won more than $1 million on Washington, which was reportedly only the second team in 25 years to cover the spread without scoring in a 9-0 loss to the 49ers.
The Dolphins (0-5) covered in a 17-16 loss to the Redskins and the Jets (1-4) earned their first win in a 24-22 upset victory over the Cowboys.
The Sooners are 10½-point favorites over Texas in the Red River Showdown after the line was as high as 11½, and the Irish are 10½-point favorites over USC.
Sharp money on Chicago drove the line from 5½ to 6½ and MGM Resorts took a six-figure bet on the Bears. The Raiders gave William Hill its only win of the 10 a.m. games.
The Buckeyes rolled 48-7 Saturday at Nebraska — torching so-called sharp money on the Cornhuskers — and are 20-point home favorites Saturday over Michigan State.