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Ohio is not letting anyone bet on Alabama baseball games anymore. According to ESPN, there was suspicious wager activity that was detected on Friday when LSU led 8-1 after seven innings before winning 8-6. This rule prohibits...
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"the acceptance of any wagers on University of Alabama baseball effective immediately."
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Rex Feral11 months
Imagine that. NIL deals and legalized college sports betting. Nothing could go wrong with that.
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imjustafatkid11 months
The explanation here makes no sense.
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ALhunter11 months
Alabama losing 8-1... ends up losing 8-6... wouldn't the suspicious side be the LSU side? Pitcher puts in a big bet on some kind of over ahead of the last couple of innings then gives up a few runs while still winning the game?

How does a team suspiciously make a failed comeback?
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cajunmud11 months
That's kinda what I was thinking, but there's all kinds of different bets, not just winning or losing. I've never considered betting on college baseball but they prolly have # of runs/walks/fouls in the 8th or 9th inning...and weird shite like that...idk.

And the casino will never tell us so that they can rip the guy off.
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cajunmud11 months
Prolly a legit bet the sportsbook didn't wanna take a hit on.
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