Daily Sports Betting Preview 1/30/2021: ACC Basketball Odds, Minnesota Wild Home Underdogs, Longshot PGA Bets

  • Florida State is favored by four in college basketball against ACC opponent Georgia Tech.
  • The Minnesota Wild have underdog odds of +140 at home against the Colorado Avalanche.
  • Even play from Adam Hawdin (+9000) could give golf betting fans a longshot hope.

ATLANTA - With a weekend slate ahead, the daily sports betting preview never stops. For Saturday, there is plenty of action currently happening for live betting while many other games and events kick off throughout the evening.

The betting preview begins with Florida State Seminoles basketball odds, as they are favored in their contest against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets. Next, the NHL has a full slate of games that players with many games to dive into at the NHL sportsbooks.

The preview closes checking in on the golfers with the Farmers Insurance Open odds.

Saturday College Basketball Betting

FSU is 8-2 in the last 10 matchups against the Yellow Jackets (7-3 ATS) with the under hitting in seven of these contests as well. Even further, it has been all FSU in the more recent play.

Covering the spread and winning outright in the last three against Ga Tech, FSU seems to have their number every time these two teams take the floor.

For betting on college basketball Saturday, the Seminoles are just mild road favorites.

FSU - GA Tech Odds - 4 p.m. ET

  • Spread: FSU - 4
  • Moneyline: FSU (-170), GA Tech (+150)
  • Total: 142 Points

On the year, FSU has switched their rotation plenty, with many new faces finding playing time.

Still, the Noles have found a way to cover in their last five games securing victories in all of them as well. For the Yellow Jackets, they have covered in four out of their last five games. However, as they have only covered once in the last seven times when playing FSU in Atlanta, there should not be faith behind that pick.

NHL Betting Slate On Saturday

With over 20 teams in action on Saturday, the NHL betting lines are just to be firing at the online sportsbooks.

With many home favorites on the puck line, there still are the few that are underdogs on their own ice, though only the Detroit Red Wings are outright underdogs at home.

The Red Wings are chasing the Senators on the season for the lowest goal differential, as their contest against the Florida Panthers (-175) should end positively for those avoiding this NHL line.

Regardless of the Red Wings' circumstance, there are many games to check in on but perhaps the biggest one is the West Division matchup between the Minnesota Wild and the Colorado Avalanche.

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Colorado Vs. Minnesota Puck Line - 8 p.m. ET

  • Avalanche -1.5, +150
  • Wild +1.5, -170

Colorado Vs. Minnesota Moneyline - 8 p.m. ET

  • Avalanche -160
  • Wild +140

These teams may look to be in the same position with points, but the Avalanche certainly have the upper hand in goal differential. Still, this matchup is always a battle, with the teams splitting the last 4 games, the last 10 games, and the last 22 games. Anytime one is able to find the Minnesota Wild at home as underdogs, it is often advised.

Farmers Insurance Betting Odds

After an opening round of 64 for Patrick Reed, the Day 1 leader finished the work week with a 72. Though an 8-stroke drop, Reed still is positioned tied for second with a half-dozen others just one stroke behind Viktor Hovland (70, 65).

Now, the live betting odds on the PGA show Jon Rahm (+330) as the favorite to win the Farmers Insurance Open after the cut, who also sits at -8 with Reed.

Notable names such as Tony Finau and Adam Scott are poised to make a strong finish but odds may be leaning toward value rather than current status.

Farmers Insurance Open Live Betting Odds

  • Jon Rahm +330
  • Viktor Hovland +600
  • Patrick Reed +750
  • Tony Finau +750
  • Adam Scott +900
  • Rory McIlroy +1200
  • Ryan Palmer +1400

Despite sitting T-14, Rory McIlroy could be an excellent risk for those live betting on golf. McIlroy shot a first-round 68 but closed out the second round with three bogeys over the last five holes. Finishing with a second-round 71, McIlroy could easily clean this up and make up for lost ground.

For those liking the extreme longshot bets, check out Adam Hadwin for +9000 odds. Tied at 14 with McIlroy, Hadwin has had quite the exciting golf tournament.

The Canadian has a rough go a Hole 13 in the opening round, needing four strokes within 40 yards due to a bunker shot going over the green, a too powerful next shot, and two putts to close out the double bogey.

However, Hadwin has fought through and played very clean golf otherwise. Going even across the board in the second round, Hadwin finished -2, with three birdies and a bogey. If he can keep hitting above his GIR percentage avg, he could be a nice hedging play later in the final round.