- The Las Vegas Raiders cashed as +200 underdogs against the Denver Broncos.
- The UL Monroe Warhawks won as a 33-point underdog to the Liberty Flames.
- The LSU Tigers were +360 betting underdogs to the Florida Gators.
LAS VEGAS – The Las Vegas Raiders were the biggest underdog winners in the NFL while the UL Monroe Warhawks were the biggest college football upset. The LSU Tigers were the biggest underdog to beat a ranked team.
NFL’s Biggest Upset: Las Vegas Raiders
The Las Vegas Raiders were matched up against the Denver Broncos on Sunday and took the field as 5.5-point underdogs. QB Derek Carr threw for 341 yards and the defense was able to come away with four turnovers as the Raiders took home a 34-24 win.
Raiders Vs. Broncos Moneyline Odds
- Las Vegas Raiders +200
- Denver Broncos -235
Online sportsbooks saw nine of the 12 favorites win on Sunday and Las Vegas was the only team labeled as an underdog greater than a field goal to win.
College Football’s Biggest Upset: UL Monroe Warhawks
The UL Monroe Warhawks were 33.0-point underdogs to the Liberty Flames on Saturday. Despite falling behind 14-0 at halftime, UL Monroe came back with 28 unanswered points in the third quarter and was able to hold the lead until the final whistle. College football betting sites saw a -10000 favorite loss in this game.
Liberty Vs. UL Monroe Moneyline Odds
- UL Monroe +2500
- Liberty Flames -10000
The Flames entered the game 13-1 ATS in their last 14 games and coming off of a 40-7 victory over UL Monroe last season. This marked the first time an FBS Vs. FBS 30-point underdog has won outright since Liberty beat the Baylor Bears in 2017.
College Football’s Biggest Ranked Upset: LSU Tigers
The LSU Tigers were able to take down the ranked Florida Gators on Saturday as 12.5-point underdogs. This marked the biggest ranked Vs. unranked upset of the Week 7 of the college football season.
LSU Vs. Florida Moneyline Odds
- LSU Tigers +360
- Florida Gators -500
The Purdue Boilermakers beating the Iowa Hawkeyes was close to making the cut as 11-point underdogs with +350 odds on the moneyline. Potentially worth noting, LSU is labeled as 9.5-point underdogs next week to the Ole Miss Rebels.
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