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ACC Coastal Betting Preview Podcast 7-6-2018 with Sportsmemo Handicapper Rob Veno

07.06.2018     11:59 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Friday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured Sportsmemo Handicapper Rob Veno. Rob and host Andrew Lange previwed the ACC Coastal Division as a part of our on-going summer college football coverage. 

Today's segments
Rob Veno - ACC Coastal Preview

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Tags: College Football Miami Hurricanes Virginia Tech Hokies Pittsburgh Panthers Duke Blue Devils North Carolina Tar Heels Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Virginia Cavaliers Rob Veno

ACC Atlantic Betting Preview Podcast 7-5-2018 with Sportsmemo Handicapper Rob Veno

07.05.2018     11:57 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Thursday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured Sportsmemo Handicapper Rob Veno. Rob and host Andrew Lange previwed the ACC Atlantic Division as a part of our on-going summer college football coverage. 

Today's segments
Rob Veno - ACC Atlantic Preview

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Tags: College Football Clemson Tigers NC State Wolfpack Wake Forest Demon Deacons Boston College Eagles Louisville Cardinals Florida State Seminoles Syracuse Orange Rob Veno

College Football Handicapping: LSU's offense may regress even more in 2018

07.02.2018     01:05 PM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
LSU has never been a hotbed of offensive continuity. Talented at times, yes, but rarely enjoyable to watch. Last season, Ed Orgeron grew impatient with offensive coordinator Matt Canada's sophisticated system and ultimately reverted back to the run-heavy, ultra conservative, let-the-defense-win-it-for-us days of Les Miles. Despite being the highest paid OC in the country, Canada ultimately bailed for Maryland. Orgeron decided to keep things in-house and promoted Steve Ensminger who had been the tight ends coach since 2010. Based on a few quotes from Ensminger, it doesn't look promising for the Bayou Bengals' offense again in 2018.

"We're a very young offense," he said. "I know nobody wants to hear that, and I could give a damn about it.

"We don't know who our quarterback is. We don't know who our running back is. It's running back by committee right now. Our receiver

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Tags: College Football LSU Tigers SEC

College Football Betting: Nationwide injury report proposed

07.02.2018     12:04 PM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
This could be a good score for college football bettors. The Big Ten is pushing for a nationwide injury report system in order to create more transparency. Some college coaches are notorious for playing coy with various key injuries in order to gain an advantage over the competition. But the reason the Big Ten wants everyone to do the same thing is for betting purposes. For the most part, injury information is readily available and fairly accurate these days thanks in large part to social media. An odds service may have a player questionable but all it takes is one fan to tweet "Bob Smith just came out of the tunnel and is in full pads." However, having a reliable source that everyone has access to sounds like a good plan for all parties involved.

"We have to be more transparent," Ohio State AD Gene Smith said during a National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics panel last week. "In football, we're going to kill this [idea of] gamesmanship around injuries."

Smith added:

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Tags: College Football

College Football Gambling: Liberty Flames newest addition to betting board

07.02.2018     11:38 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
College football bettors will have a new team to put their money on (or against) this season. The Liberty Flames are making the jump from FCS to FBS and will play as an Independent. Led by former Buffalo and Kansas head coach Turner Gill, the Flames have been a solid FCS program but far from elite with just one postseason appearance in six years. Below is a list of Liberty's recent Sagarin Ratings and the two closest FBS teams. Schedule-wise, Liberty isn't just trolling for paychecks. They play six home games and only two against power conference foes (at Virginia, at Auburn). They also face fellow Independent New Mexico State twice. The Flames are currently +6/+5.5 home underdogs vs. Old Dominion in Week 1.

179. San Jose State
182. Liberty
186. Kent State

146. Texas State
150. Liberty
152. UL-Monroe

158. Texas State
159. Liberty
161. Kent State

Tags: College Football Liberty Flames

College Football Handicapping: Windy conditions do in fact produce lower scoring games

06.27.2018     11:14 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Informative article about how college football games in windy conditions trend under the total. This isn't a sophisticated concept; more a reminder of the delicate balance between being ahead of the curve vs. using good old fashion logic. According to the study, since 2005, games that featured wind over 10 mph went under the total 54.7% of the time. Now, there are a number of factors to consider including location of wind gauge, wind at kickoff vs. end of the game (a lot can change over the course of 3+ hours), and stadium layout. Another is what lines the study used to grade the plays. Nearly every game pegged for windy conditions gets bet under. So in theory, that 54.7% is likely higher even if you use totals from a day before vs. the closing number. And to no surprise, the strength of the trend increases as the wind increases (15+ mph is 58%). Despite having a few holes, it’s a rare trend with a big enough sample size (1,930 plays) that bettors should take notice. 

Tags: College Football

College Football Handicapping: LSU Tigers draws tough conference slate

06.20.2018     08:53 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
In doing some of our preseason college football schedule analysis we stumbled upon something in the SEC worth noting. Whoever made LSU's conference schedule must have it out for the Tigers. For starters, LSU draws Georgia and Florida from the East Division. Based on regular season over/under wins, those are the top two teams in the East with the Bulldogs lined at 10.5 wins and the Gators 8. Next, and most important, is how many SEC teams play LSU off of bye week. In Week 8, LSU will be playing its fourth straight SEC game while Mississippi State enters off of a bye. In Week 11, after playing rival Alabama, the Tigers travel to Arkansas who comes in off of a bye week. Only twice does LSU play a conference foe that played a league game the week prior: Florida at Mississippi State and then vs. LSU; Georgia vs. Vanderbilt and then at LSU. Overall, there are three teams (Alabama, Arkansas, and Mississippi State) that face LSU rested and Read more

Tags: College Football LSU Tigers SEC

College Football Handicapping: Big Ten Divisional Crossover Games

06.19.2018     11:41 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Let's take an early look at the Big Ten's scheduling partners for the upcoming season. Two years ago, the Big Ten moved to nine league games which caused a home/road imbalance. This season, the East Division benefits by having two of its three crossover games and five of its nine league games at home. Ohio State, for example, doesn't play Wisconsin or Iowa the two top teams from the West based on season over/under wins. Penn State gets both the Hawkeyes and Badgers but both games are in Happy Valley. The league office must have it out for Nebraska; the Cornhuskers drew the East's Penn State and Ohio State in 2017 and must travel to Ann Arbor and Columbus while hosting Michigan State this season. Illinois, Iowa, and Minnesota meanwhile play only one game apiece vs. the East Division's "Big Four" Michigan, Ohio State, Penn State, and Michigan State.

East (Season O/U Wins) - West Opponents

Indiana (5) - vs. IOWA, at MINN, vs. PUR
Maryland (5) - vs. MINN, at IOWA, vs. ILL
Michigan (9) - vs. NEB, at NW, vs. WIS
Michigan State (9) - vs. NW, vs. PUR, at NEB
Ohio State (10.5) - vs. MIN, at PUR, vs. NEB
Penn State (9.5) - at ILL, vs. IOWA, vs. WIS
Rutgers (4) - vs. ILL, vs. NW, at WIS

West (Season O/U Wins) - East Opponents
Illinois (4) - vs. PSU, at RUT, at MARY
Iowa (7.5) - at IND, at PSU, vs. MARY
Minnesota (6) - at MARY, at OSU vs. IND
Nebraska (6) - at MICH, at OSU, vs. MSU
Northwestern (6) - vs. MICH, at MSU, at RUT
Purdue (6) - vs. OSU, at MSU, at IND
Wisconsin (10) - at MICH, at PSU, vs. RUT

Tags: College Football Big Ten

CFL Betting Free Pick: Edmonton Eskimos at Winnipeg Blue Bombers

06.14.2018     07:35 AM     ICC     Printer Friendly
Submitted by ICC blog entry.
Edmonton -7.5 at Winnipeg O/U 49.5
Recommendation: Over

We have seen some deflation in the total here in this 2018 CFL season opener between the Edmonton Eskimos and Winnipeg Blue Bombers taking place on Thursday night. Note this game will be airing live on ESPN2 in the United States as are all Week 1 games in the CFL. This is a rematch of the West Division Semifinal from last year’s playoffs which Edmonton won and covered on this field by a score of 39-32. Edmonton should have a terrific offense yet again this season with veteran QB Mike Reilly at the controls and coming off a very strong 2017 season. RB C.J. Gable transformed this offense after the Eskimos acquired him midway through last season in a trade with Hamilton. After Gable’s addition to the team in early October last season, Edmonton scored 28+ points in every remaining game and went 6-1 SU and ATS in the process. They became a very well balanced offense that was difficult to stop and even with Brandon Zylstra leaving for the NFL, the Eskimos still possess plenty of talented receivers for Reilly to throw the ball to with this Edmonton passing Read more

Tags: CFL Edmonton Eskimos Winnipeg Blue Bombers Ian Cameron

Sportsmemo's Posting Forum World Cup Handicapping Contest

06.08.2018     11:00 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Think you have a good read on the upcoming World Cup? Test out your handicapping skills by participating in the Sportsmemo Posting Forum World Cup Handicapping Contest. The rules are simple: Choose two teams from each group that you think will advance to the knockout stage. The winner takes home a FREE NFL or College Football season package from the handicapper of your choice. Submissions must be in by June 13 at 6 pm PT. If you are not a Sportsmemo Posting Forum member, you can sign up here. Good luck! 

Tags: Soccer


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