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College Football ATS Preview: Nebraska Cornhuskers at Wyoming Cowboys

09.20.2011     02:57 PM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange

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Nebraska at Wyoming (4:30 pm PT, Versus)
CRIS Opening Line: Nebraska -23.5 O/U 56.5
CRIS Current Line: Nebraska -23.5 O/U 59
Rob Veno Power Rating: Nebraska -24

Andrew Lange’s Betting Take: The past two weeks, my analysis on Nebraska has centered on focus or lack thereof. The team looked awfully stagnant in their Week 2 win over Fresno State and I chalked it up to testing out new schemes and trying to find an identity. But after last week’s lackluster non-spread covering win over Fresno State, my concerns are more than just the team’s mindset. Despite some so-so play from quarterback Taylor Martinez, the offense has at times looked sharp. Some of that was because they were able to just Read more



Tags: College Football Nebraska Cornhuskers Big Ten Wyoming Cowboys Mountain West Andrew Lange




College Football Betting Notes: Tulsa's Kinne unlikely to play at Boise State

09.20.2011     02:08 PM     Printer Friendly
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Tulsa at Boise State -32.5 O/U 62.5

No official word on Tulsa quarterback GJ Kinne's status for Saturday's game at Boise State. Reports say that Kinne suffered a Grade II MLC tear against Oklahoma State which according one local Tulsa doctor can take 2-4 weeks to heal. Head coach Bill Blankenship continues mum on the issue, going so far as to say the Kinne is "day to day". If Kinnie is unable to go, which looks to be the case, the Golden Hurricane will go with redshirt freshman Kalen Henderson.


"(After 2-4 weeks),

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Tags: College Football Tulsa Golden Hurricane C-USA Boise State Broncos Mountain West




NCAAF Gambling Notes: Boston College shouldn't look past UMass

09.20.2011     01:21 PM     Printer Friendly
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Interesting matchup for those who follow the extra board with Boston College playing host to UMass. BC head coach Frank Spaziani is taking a ton of heat for his team's 0-3 start. The Eagles have lost nine of their last 14 games dating back to last season and are currently dealing with a slew of key injuries. Saturday's game against the Minutemen looks to be a good shot at breaking into the win column but it won't come easy. UMass comes from arguably the toughest conference in the FCS (Colonial) and last season lost at Michigan, 42-37. The Minutemen are in a unique situation of transitioning to the FBS (will join the MAC) and are not eligible for this year's postseason. Obviously there are concerns about the team's focus from a year-long perspective, and Read more



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College Football ATS Notes: Dantonio says Michigan State will pound football

09.20.2011     12:27 PM     Printer Friendly
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Central Michigan at Michigan State -24 O/U 49.5

Michigan State will be without three offensive linemen for Saturday's game against Central Michigan. Starting right tackle Skyler Burkland (ankle) is out for the year and starting center Blake Treadwell and reserve tackle Jared McGaha are both out with knee sprains.

Despite the injury concerns, head coach Mark Dantonio is not making any excuses. After rushing for 29 yards on 23 carries in the loss to Notre Dame, Dantonio made it clear that the Spartans are going to get back to pounding the football. Central Michigan's numbers look decent against the run (125.3 ypg) but none of its first three Read more



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Teddy Covers debates fading the public theory on ESPN's Behind the Bets

09.20.2011     11:46 AM     Printer Friendly
Here is a link to Teddy's recent Podcast with ESPN's Chad Millman. Teddy discusses the theory behind betting against the "public".




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DOJ claims Full Tilt Poker was a Ponzi scheme

09.20.2011     11:41 AM     Printer Friendly
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According to the U.S. Justice Department, Full Tilt Poker's operation was nothing more than Ponzi scheme. A motion was filed on Tuesday accusing poker pros Chris "Jesus" Ferguson and Howard Lederer and others connected with FT of essentially taking a $444 million payout.


"Full Tilt was not a legitimate poker company, but a global Ponzi scheme," said Preet Bharara, U.S. Attorney for the Southern District, in a statement.

In the statement, Mr. Bharara said Full Tilt "cheated and abused its own players to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars" and that "insiders lined their own pockets with funds picked from the pockets of their most loyal customers while blithely lying to both players and the public alike about the safety and security of the money deposited with the company."






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NCAAF Betting Alert: New Mexico State starting quarterback out for the year

09.20.2011     11:04 AM     Printer Friendly
New Mexico State at San Jose State -9.5 O/U 45.5

It was announced today that New Mexico State sophomore quarterback Andrew Manley tore his ACL and will miss the remainder of the season. Manley had thrown for nearly 900 yards with six touchdowns and three interceptions in three games. As we saw in the win at Minnesota, he provided the Aggies with a viable means of moving the football. NMSU must now turn to senior Matt Christian who played in eight games last year. Despite an 8 TD-to-2 INT ratio, Christian wasn't overly effective, completing just 48% of his passes (5.8 yards per attempt). Still, there doesn't expect to be that significant of a drop-off with Christian now under center. Interesting that this week's opponent, San Read more



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NCAAF Pointspread Preview: Central Florida Knights at BYU Cougars

09.20.2011     10:23 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
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Central Florida at BYU (Friday, 5 pm PT – ESPN)
CRIS Opening Line: BYU -3.5 O/U 43.5
CRIS Current Line: BYU -2.5 O/U 43

Andrew Lange’s Betting Take: BYU’s stock to a huge hit following last week’s blowout loss to rival Utah. The Cougars were outscored 40-0 in the second half and as a result, we are seeing what appears to be a heavily discounted price on Saturday’s matchup. Central Florida is a good team with athletes and speed, but traveling cross country to a tough environment where an outright win will likely be needed to cover the spread won’t be easy. Had BYU won or at least been competitive against Utah, I think we’d be seeing a -6 or even a full -7 on this game. But the reality Read more



Tags: College Football BYU Cougars Central Florida Knights C-USA Andrew Lange




College Football Gambling: Seven teams take to the road for the first time

09.20.2011     09:30 AM     Rob Veno     Printer Friendly
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This week there are seven teams making their first road trip of the season and in each case there are some difficult hurdles to overcome.

Arkansas +11.5 @ Alabama – Tough two-game stretch for the Hogs who have this revenge game followed by a neutral site game (@ Arlington, TX) with revenge seeking Texas A&M (Arkansas won 24-17 in Cowboys Stadium last year).

Florida -19.5 @ Kentucky – Sure Kentucky has been abysmal on offense this season but with a  home game on deck against Alabama and a road game at LSU the following week, the Gators’ focus for this Saturday could be questioned.

Florida State -1.5 @ Clemson – The ACC Atlantic Division Read more



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NCAAF Betting Notes: Injuries thin out Colorado State depth chart

09.20.2011     08:48 AM     Printer Friendly
Colorado State at Utah State -9.5 O/U 56

Colorado State has been hit with a wave of injuries, most of which of the knee variety. Last week, they lost starting offensive tackle Joe Caprioglio for what looks to be the entire season. It marked the third straight week a CSU starter was lost due to injury. Perhaps keying in on depletion of Colorado State's roster, bettors hammered Utah State up from a 6.5-point favorite to as high as -9.5 for Saturday's game.


"That's extreme," said running backs and special teams coach Larry Lewis, who had to restructure his camp last week when Gillmore and Levin went down against UNC. Fairchild has no answers to the why or how (some of the injuries haven't

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NFL Handicapping: Arizona Cardinals want to scale back defense

09.20.2011     08:21 AM     Printer Friendly
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Arizona -3.5 at Seattle O/U 43

After allowing 54 first downs and 932 total yards its first two games, Arizona plans on scaling back its defensive schemes. Defensive coordinator Ray Horton is the third different coach to man the position under fourth-year head coach Ken Whisenhunt. According to reports, miscommunication and blown assignments were plentiful against both Carolina and Washington.


“It’s a tough system to learn,” Rhodes said. “Coming to a new season with it, it’s been a little frustrating. But we’ve got a lot of time to rectify it, though.

“We haven’t watched the film as a group yet,” Rhodes said. “I’ve watched the

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College Football Gambling: Schiano says bye week big for Scarlet Knights

09.20.2011     08:07 AM     Printer Friendly
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Ohio at Rutgers -4 O/U 50.5

Hopefully the bye week provided Rutgers head coach Greg Schiano a chance to sharpen up the offense because it didn't look very good against North Carolina. The Scarlet Knights averaged 3.4 yards per play and produced just one net rushing yard thanks to quarterback Chas Dodd's four sacks. The only reason they managed to stay in the game was UNC’s five turnovers. They won't face nearly as strong a defense this week against Ohio and according to Greg Schiano, the team had the best bye week ever. The spot says Scarlet Knights but the Bobcats are a fundamentally sound team that can run the football – the exact profile that has given Rutgers trouble over the past two Read more



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NCAAF Betting Notes: Florida offensive game plan pays off early

09.20.2011     07:39 AM     Printer Friendly
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Florida -19.5 at Kentucky O/U 43

There seems to be some continuity developing between Florida quarterback John Brantley and offensive coordinator Charlie Weis. The two go over the playbook the night before each game and end up scripting the first 12-24 plays of the game. The structure has worked as the Gators have scored on their first drive in all three games and outscored opponents 33-0 in the first quarter. Against Tennessee, Florida's offense gave off a positive vibe for most of the game. They bogged down a couple times in the red zone (four field goals) but Brantley looked much more comfortable compared to last season. The betting markets seem confident in this team as they opened -16.5 Read more



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College Football ATS Preview: NC State Wolfpack at Cincinnati Bearcats

09.20.2011     07:19 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
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NC State at Cincinnati (5 pm PT – ESPN)
CRIS Opening Line: Cincinnati -6.5 O/U 56
CRIS Current Line: Cincinnati -8 O/U 60

Andrew Lange's Betting Take: In NC State's lone step-up game, they went on the road as small favorites and lost 34-27 to Wake Forest. The offensive was effective as Russell Wilson's replacement, Mike Glennon, threw for 315 yards and three touchdowns. The defensive however was not as Wake moved the ball rather easily after netting a lone field goal in last year's meeting. Unfortunately, that type of performance may not have been an aberration. The Wolfpack have been crushed by injuries to the stop unit and until (if) they get healthy, this is going to be a real weakness. Head coach Tom Read more



Tags: College Football NC State Wolfpack ACC Cincinnati Bearcats Big East Andrew Lange




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