Every Friday during football season, ESPN Chalk will ask some of Las Vegas top oddsmakers where the action has gone over the course of the week. Here is the latest installment?of their insights into the betting action coming in on college football this week.1. Which game(s) have had the biggest line move so far?Chris Andrews, sportsbook director, South Point casino: Kentucky opened -18.5 vs. New Mexico State and is now up to -21. Oklahoma State (vs. Pittsburgh) opened -6.5 and is down to -4.5. Northwestern (vs. Duke) opened -6.5 and is down to -4.Nick Bogdanovich, director of bookmaking for William Hill:?We opened Army as a 6-point favorite vs. UTEP, and its now set at -3.5 Army. Opened Navy as 6.5 point favorites vs. Tulane; now its -5 Navy. New Mexico State was an 18.5-point underdog when the line opened against Kentucky; now the Aggies are a 20-point underdog. Pittsburgh opened as a 6.5-point underdog against Oklahoma State, but the line is moving down rapidly -- currently at 5.?Florida Atlantic vs. Kansas State is another one, as we opened Kansas State at -22, and now the line is moved to -25 Kansas State.Jay Rood, vice president of race and sports, MGM Resorts International:?Marshall up to -17 against Akron.?Randy Blum, supervisor, Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook:?Duke has gone from +6.5 to +3.5 at Northwestern.?2. Which game(s) have had the biggest public action?Andrews: Ohio State (at Oklahoma) is the biggest side the public has bet. Alabama-Ole Miss has the most public action.Bogdanovich:?Once Saturday begins, it is all about the key top-25 matchups: Ohio State-Oklahoma, Oregon-Nebraska, Florida State-Louisville, Colorado-Michigan, Michigan State-Notre Dame and Alabama-Mississippi. As of right now 85 percent of the total point spread dollars wagered are on Ohio State, 53 percent on Oregon, 67 percent on Florida State, 52 percent on Michigan, 82 percent on Michigan State and 89 percent on Alabama.Rood:?Louisville, with its offense being back and Florida States best player (Derwin James) out.Blum:?No surprise on this one. Public likes Alabama at Ole Miss.3. Which game(s) have had the biggest wiseguy action?Andrews: East Carolina vs. South Carolina, Duke, Pitt and Kentucky.Bogdanovich:?We are seeing sharp action on Boston College against Virginia Tech (77 percent of the total point spread dollars wagered on BC), Central Florida against Maryland (63 percent of the total point spread dollars wagered on Central Florida), Marshall against Akron (100 percent on Marshall) and California against Texas (57 percent total dollars are on California).Rood:?Louisville and MarshallBlum:?We took some money on Pitt +6.5.?4. 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