- The Illinois Fighting Illini were +1200 as a road underdog to the Penn State Nittany Lions.
- The Cincinnati Bengals moneyline odds were +225 against the Baltimore Ravens.
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – The Illinois Fighting Illini had a huge payout in their win against the Penn State Nittany Lions while the Cincinnati Bengals beating the Baltimore Ravens became the biggest underdog winners in the NFL.
Illinois Fighting Illini (+1200) Vs. Penn State Nittany Lions
The Illinois Fighting Illini went into Beaver Stadium and beat the Penn State Nittany Lions on Saturday 20-18. Online sportsbooks had the Fighting Illini with incredibly long odds to pull off the upset.
Illinois Vs. Penn State Moneyline Odds
- Illinois Fighting Illini +1200
- Penn State Nittany Lions -3500
Not only did Illinois win, but did so in a historic fashion. The game went to 9OT which makes it the longest game in FBS history. They needed a bit of luck, as Penn State stumbled on a potential game-winning two-point conversion and dropped what would’ve been a game-ending interception, but alas, the 23.5-point underdogs got their win 20-18.
NFL’s Biggest Upset: Bengals (+225) Over Ravens
The Cincinnati Bengals were the biggest underdogs to win in the NFL this weekend in their game against the Baltimore Ravens. Those betting on the NFL could’ve found the Bengals as 6.5-point underdogs prior to the game.
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Bengals Vs. Ravens Moneyline Odds
- Cincinnati Bengals +225
- Baltimore Ravens -275
Baltimore was favored entering the game but looked like they didn’t belong on the same field after kick-off. The Bengals went on to win 41-17 on the back of QB Joe Burrow's 416 passing yards and WR Ja’Marr Chase’s performance that got him a spot in the NFL history books.
On the off chance that anyone happened to parlay these two teams together on the moneyline, the payout would’ve been +4125 for a $4,125 return on a $100 bet.
Nick got involved with the world of sports at a young age and never turned his back on it. He graduated from Penn State University with a degree in Broadcast/Journalism. In his free time, you can catch him at the bottom of the leaderboards on any video game he’s playing.