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NCAAF Preview: Minnesota Golden Gophers

07.15.2011     12:05 PM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
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The Golden Gophers program was in steady decline throughout the Tim Brewster era. Minnesota was at least marginally competitive in the first half of the last decade with Glen Mason running the show, reaching five consecutive bowls from 2002-2006, when Mason was unceremoniously dumped. The Brewster era produced only one bowl appearance in four years, and the Gophers 1-9 start to the 2010 campaign was enough to get him fired.

New head coach Jerry Kill enjoyed great success as a program builder at Northern Illinois. The Huskies went 2-10 the year before Kill’s arrival, but they won six games and reached the Independence Bowl in his first season on the job in DeKalb. Kill also had success at 1-AA Southern Illinois. Now in his first stint in a major conference, Kill is expected to replicate that success in Minneapolis. It won’t be easy.

Kill’s first season at Southern Illinois was an unmitigated disaster, as the Salukis went 1-10 before the turnaround began in earnest in his second year on the Read more


Tags: College Football Minnesota Golden Gophers Big 10 Teddy Covers




MLB News and Notes: Mile high scores in Denver

07.15.2011     10:11 AM     Printer Friendly
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The Rockies offense has had plenty of ups and downs this season but the home fans, at least recently, haven’t had to endure many poor outings in person.

After pounding out 12 runs in a game that flew over the total the Rockies have now gone over in 12 of their last 17 home games. Just four have stayed under the number and one that pushed on a total of nine.

During this 17 game stretch the Rockies offense has averaged 6.5 runs per game. They’ve scored at least six runs in 11 of those games and have scored nine or more runs on their own in six of those contests.

Tonight’s contest features Milwaukee starter Chris Narveson and Rockies hurler Juan Nicasio. Check out the movement on the total at CRIS:

07/14/11 11:00:38am 9½ (Opener)
07/14/11 03:26:27pm 9½ Over -115 Under -105
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NCAAF Betting Tips: Wisconsin an ATS burner in 2011?

07.15.2011     09:29 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
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The Badgers have been one of the hottest college football teams in terms of national discussion over the summer months. Bret Bielema’s squad pulled off the biggest ‘transfer’ coup of the summer, convincing former NC State quarterback Russell Wilson to play his senior year in Madison. For a team that won 11 games last year before their tough Rose Bowl loss to TCU, the addition of a big time playmaker at QB with three years of starting experience at the collegiate level has raised expectations to a sky high level.

Let’s not forget how good Wisconsin was last year, with the completely unheralded Scott Tolzien at QB. As a senior last year, Tolzien completed 73 percent of his pass attempts, averaged 9.2 yards per attempt and threw only six interceptions among his 266 passing attempts. He ranked just behind the likes of Cam Newton (Auburn), Kellen Moore (Boise), Andrew Luck (Stanford) and Andy Dalton (TCU) in the national quarterback rating standings.

The Badgers averaged more than 40 points Read more


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MLB Free Betting Pick: Los Angeles Angels at Oakland A's

07.15.2011     08:15 AM     Sammy P Sports     Printer Friendly
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LA Angels (Haren) at Oakland A's (McCarthy)
Recommendation: LA Angels

Dan Haren takes the mound tonight for the Angels as they visit Oakland to open the second half of their season. Haren has been absolutely unstoppable as of late. Despite a poor first inning last start against Seattle in which he gave up the only 2 runs to Seattle, he did nothing but rebound and pitch 8.2 innings of 5 hit ball with 8 strikeouts on the day.

This is nothing new for Haren backers as we have seen him continue to steamroll the opposition. In his last 3 starts he has given up just 9 hits and 2 earned runs over 25 innings! He has lowered his season ERA down to 2.61 with a WHIP of 0.95. The Angels are one of the hottest teams in the AL right now as they continue to chase down the Texas Rangers and sit 1.5 games back after an impressive 14-3 run to end the first half.

Oakland has only been heading south in the AL Read more


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MLB Handicapper Free Play: Cleveland Indians at Baltimore Orioles

07.15.2011     07:12 AM     ER Sports     Printer Friendly
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Cleveland Indians (Tomlin) at Baltimore Orioles (Arrieta)
Recommendation: OVER

The Indians and Orioles hook up once again on Friday night after plating 12 runs in Thursday’s contest. The Orioles expect to send youngster Jake Arrieta to the hill.

Arrieta shined bright in the early going, although the numbers were a bit deceiving. Anyway, the right-hander was an owner of an 8-3 record after a June 10 start against the Oakland A’s. Still his ERA stood at a 4.48 number and has only gone up since. In fact, he’s labored with a reported sore elbow for quite some time and the numbers clearly show he’s hurting.

Over his last three starts Arrieta shows a troubling 8/8 strikeout to walk ratio, which certainly makes sense as he fights through an injury. Arrieta shows a large split over the course of his short career, which is of great concern in this match-up. Left-handed Read more


Tags: MLB Cleveland Indians Josh Tomlin Baltimore Orioles Jake Arrieta Erin Rynning




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