ST. LOUIS -- In August, eight college football writers were asked for predictions on how Missouri's 2013 season would pan out, game by game.The Athlon Sports survey yielded no surprises in the first two weeks. Every person figured the Tigers would breeze by Murray State and Toledo.Then came Indiana.
Three writers felt the Tigers might stumble for the first time against the Hoosiers on Saturday.
I was one of them,and Las Vegas seems to agree.
Since Monday, Mizzou has gone from a three-point favorite to a one-point underdog in three Sin City casinos. At 5Dimes.eu, an offshore site, Mizzou has fallen from a 5.5-point favorite to a 2-point underdog. According to Covers.com, the Orleans is now the only place listing Mizzou as a favorite.
Unless you bet on sports (I don't), the moving line tells us just one thing: This game has the feeling of a crapshoot, and the money is on Indiana. The Tigers, by and large, are not being trusted to take down the Hoosiers in Bloomington at ni...