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Bet $20 on Indiana (Hammer IU) vs. Purdue and Get $150 Regardless of Outcome

Indiana at Purdue. The Old Oaken Bucket game. 

As far as rivalry week goes, this game looks quite meaningless on paper compared to the other games on television. Indiana is 2-9 who has yet to win a BIG-10 conference game, playing on the road against a 7-4 Purdue team, such a team that is bowl eligible but has no stake in the BIG-10 championship. Purdue is a 15 point favorite at home and is fully equipped to kick the living hell out of Indiana in meaningless fashion. I mean why even bet on this barn burner arson nightmare of a game?

Because my Indiana Hoosiers have yet to win a game in BIG-10 conference play and it’s the Old Oaken Bucket game. 

And because you can win free money regardless when you bet on this game. 

Bet $20, and get $150 in FREE BETS regardless of this game’s outcome.

I’ll say it again: get $150 in FREE BETS regardless of the outcome.

How to claim your offer using PointsBet:

  1. Sign up for PointsBet by clicking here
  2. Deposit $20 or more into your account
  3. Finally, place a $20 on any spread, moneyline, or total on this game and get $150 back… regardless of the outcome

But betting on Indiana will get you the guaranteed money from the offer in addition to some crazy return on investment. The Hoosiers are strolling into this game as laughable underdogs who can barely field a team right now. Purdue is not fighting for anything other than pride, but Indiana is fighting for more than just pride.

The boys are starving for a win and when you’re desperate, anything is possible. Expect the unexpected but expect this match to be a dirty dog fight.

Take your free money with PointsBet, but capitalize on your winnings and take the Hoosiers.

What do you think?

Written by Henry Marken

I lost my pinky finger at age 4, but then found it again at a soup kitchen when I was 15. Survivor of a wild turkey attack (2008). I went to the University of Phoenix before it was cool to do college online. Currently in a lawsuit with Crayola after a devastating purple crayon incident.

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