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NFL Gambling Notes: Carolina not worred about poor run game in Week 1

09.11.2012     12:25 PM     Printer Friendly
SportsMemo.com blog entry.
New Orleans -2.5 at Carolina O/U 50.5

The Carolina Panthers respond to being held to only 10 yards rushing in Week 1's loss to Tampa Bay. Head coach Ron Rivera claims their struggles are fixable. Running back Jonathan Stewart missed that game and is lited as questionable for Sunday.


“There’s some cause for optimism as the mistakes on the offensive side are all correctable,” Rivera said Monday. “It wasn’t a glaring thing as far as schematically. It was a player here or a player there, something that they did (wrong). We’ll get better at it.”





Tags: NFL Carolina Panthers New Orleans Saints




NFL Betting News and Notes Week 1

09.11.2012     12:18 PM     ICC     Printer Friendly
Submitted by ICC

SportsMemo.com blog entry.
Here is my Week 1 edition of NFL News & Notes as I will examine a few games where the stats and/or final score don’t tell the entire story. Having the ability to separate fact from fiction will allow you to make the proper adjustments to your own handicapping.

Buffalo Bills @ New York Jets
This game is one of those classic situations where the box score doesn’t tell the truth. The Bills outgained the Jets 390-384. Buffalo barely lost the battle for first downs (21-20) and time of possession was close to even. So does that mean Buffalo, despite losing, played well and could have won the game? Absolutely not! The Bills were miserable. The offense struggled all day with little to no running game aside from the one CJ Spiller touchdown run. Quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick was brutal; missing his receivers with high and inaccurate throws throughout the game to go with three interceptions. The defense couldn't stop the run and the secondary was carved up by Mark Sanchez and receivers Stephen Hill and Jeremy Kerley. The 48-28 final score was the true indication of the lopsided nature of this game. It wasn't the meaningless yardage battle won Read more


Tags: NFL Ian Cameron




Sports Betting Podcast 9-11-2012 with Handicappers Erin Rynning and Alf Musketa

09.11.2012     10:54 AM     Printer Friendly
SportsMemo.com blog entry.
Tuesday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured handicappers Erin Ryning and Alf Musketa. Erin covered the Big Ten while Alf broke down this week's football line moves.

Today's segments
Full Show

Erin Rynning - Big Ten Conference

Alf Musekta - Football Line Moves

To listen to past shows, be sure to visit our Sportsmemo Podcast Homepage.

ITunes users can subscribe to the show by searching "Sportsmemo" in the podcast directory.



Tags: NFL College Football Erin Rynning Alf Musekta




New Jersey says stance on sports betting ban not strong enough

09.11.2012     08:36 AM     Printer Friendly
SportsMemo.com blog entry.
New Jersey claims that leagues have a weak argument for ban on sports betting.


There is "no reason to believe that sports wagering in New Jersey will cause harm to the Leagues ever, let alone the imminent, 'certainly impending' harm that the Supreme Court has required for a party to have standing to seek prospective injunctive relief," Attorney General Jeffrey Chiesa argued in his brief.

"Nor have the Leagues alleged a sufficiently concrete and particularized harm through their vague, novel theory of reputational injury, which does not resemble the sort of reputational harms that courts have found sufficient to satisfy Article III" of the U.S. Constitution.











NFL Betting Trends: Arizona Cardinals 6-2 ATS at +7 or more on East Coast

09.11.2012     08:30 AM     Printer Friendly
Arizona at New England -13.5 O/U 48.5

A quick look at Arizona's history in the Eastern Time Zone. Since 2007, the Cardinals are 6-13 SU, 10-9 ATS, and 11-8 O/U. They are 6-2 ATS when catching +7 or more.

Arizona Cardinals Betting Results in Eastern Time Zone
Year
Opponent
SU Score
ATS
O/U
2011
at Cincinnati
Loss 16-23
Loss +4.5
U 41
2011
at Philadelphia
Win 21-17
Win +13.5
U 47
2011
at Baltimore
Loss 27-30
Win +12
O 43
2011
at Washington
Loss 21-22
Win +4.5
U 44.5
2010
at Carolina
Loss 12-19
Loss +2.5
U 37.5
2010
at Atlanta
Loss 7-41
Loss +7
O 43
2009
at Detroit
Win 31-24
Loss -14
O 46.5
2009
at N.Y. Giants
Win 24-17
Win +9
U 46.5
2009
at Jacksonville
Win 31-17
Win +3
O 44
2008
at Carolina
Win 33-13
Win +10
U 49.5
2008
at New England
Loss 7-47
Loss +9
O 43.5
2008
at Philadelphia
Loss 20-48
Loss +3
O 48.5
2008
at Carolina
Loss 23-27
Win +5
O 43
2008
at N.Y. Jets
Loss 35-56
Loss +1
O 43.5
2008
at Washington
Loss 17-24
Loss +3
U 43.5
2007
at Cincinnati
Win 35-27
Win +3
O 49.5
2007
at Tampa Bay
Loss 10-17
Loss +3.5
U 39
2007
at Washington
Loss 19-21
Win +9
O 35
2007
at Baltimore
Loss 23-26
Win +7
O 35.5
Results
 
6-13
10-9
11-8




Tags: NFL Arizona Cardinals New England Patriots




NFL Betting Trends: Oakland Raiders travel to East Coast on short rest

09.11.2012     08:14 AM     Printer Friendly
Oakland -2.5 at Miami O/U 39.5

A quick look at Oakland's history in the Eastern Time Zone. Since 2007, the Raiders are 3-10 SU, 6-7 ATS, and 10-3 O/U -- not once were they favored. Note that last year, Oakland also traveled to the East Coast on short rest after a Monday Night Football game. They lost at Buffalo, 38-35 but covered the +3.5.

Oakland Raiders Betting Result in Eastern Time Zone
Year
Opponent
SU Score
ATS
O/U
2011
at Buffalo
Loss 35-38
Win +3.5
O 40.5
2011
at Miami
Loss 14-34
Loss +3.5
O 43
2010
at Jacksonville
Loss 31-38
Loss +3.5
O 41
2010
at Pittsburgh
Loss 3-35
Loss +9
U 41
2009
at Cleveland
Loss 9-23
Loss +3
U 37
2009
at Pittsburgh
Win 27-24
Win +14.5
O 37
2009
at NY Giants
Loss 7-44
Loss +15.5
O 38
2008
at Tampa Bay
Win 31-24
Win +11
O 39
2008
at Miami
Loss 15-17
Win +10
U 38
2008
at Baltimore
Loss 10-29
Loss +9
O 34.5
2008
at Buffalo
Loss 23-24
Win +10
O 37
2007
at Jacksonville
Loss 11-49
Loss +14
O 40
2007
at Miami
Win 35-17
Win +3.5
O 40
Results
 
3-10
6-7
10-3




Tags: NFL Oakland Raiders Buffalo Bills




College Football Betting: SEC News and Notes Week 2

09.11.2012     07:36 AM     Alatex Sports     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Alatex Sports

SportsMemo.com blog entry.
This week’s Alabama-Arkansas matchup suddenly doesn’t have as much appeal after the Razorbacks lost at home to UL-Monroe AND quarterback Tyler Wilson is currently listed as questionable after suffering a concussion. Wilson absorbed numerous hits from Warhawk defenders and missed the second half. His departure helped Monroe rally from a 28-7 deficit to win, 34-31 in overtime. Arkansas’ defense was burned for 550 yards, 30 first downs and 412 yards passing. They also allowed an amazing 6-of-7 on 4th down.  Redshirt freshman Brandon Allen was just 6-of-20 throwing the ball in Wilson’s absence, and he will split reps with junior Brandon Mitchell this week in practice.

Alabama also lost a key player to injury as backup running back Jalston Fowler hurt his knee and is out for the season. The Tide won’t miss Fowler too much with starter Eddie Lacy and three freshmen led by T.J. Yeldon all looking solid through the first two games.

Florida was also bitten by the injury bug in its win over Texas A&M. The Gators were shaky in the first half on defense, but pitched a shutout in the second to win 20-17. Linebacker Jelani Jenkins Read more


Tags: College Football SEC Brent Crow




William Hill wants to provide Vegas bettors with endless amount of options

09.11.2012     06:24 AM     Printer Friendly
SportsMemo.com blog entry.
Article from the Las Vegas Sun on William Hill's preparation for the football season.


“They could have 20 or 30 bets during a quarter of a football or soccer game,” Vaccaro said. “We don’t approach that, but our goal is to someday maximize what they do over there here in Nevada. Can we get to 2,300 bets a day? I don’t know, but we’re working on it.”

“We knew there really wasn’t anything else out there with a point-spread in college,” Shapiro explained. “It’s the only contest of its kind in the market.”





Tags: Las Vegas




Sportsmemo's NFL Week 1 Betting Recap

09.11.2012     06:10 AM     Printer Friendly
By the betting numbers...NFL Week 1 (see results below). Note that we will be using CRIS's opening and closing lines throughout the season.

Based on closing lines…

Home teams had a small edge at 8-7-1 ATS.

Underdog had a small edge at 8-7-1 ATS.

Games lined at a touchdown or more were split 3-3 ATS.

Totals went 9-7 O/U.

Based on the opening and closing lines, the market was "correct" six times but "incorrect" seven times. "Correct" meaning if a game opened -3 and closed -4 and the favorite won by 7, the market was “correct.” If a game opened -3 and closed -4 and the favorite lost outright, the market was obviously "incorrect." In three games, the game opened and closed at the same number.
 
Parlay combo breakdown (15 games)
Favorite-Over: 5
Favorite-Under: 2
Underdog-Over: 3
Underdog-Under: 5

Note that we did not include pick ‘em lines and pushes for our parlay combos.

2012 NFL Week 1 Betting Recap
Away Team
Home Team
Open
Close
Final
ATS Close
O/U Close
Dallas
NY Giants
NYG -3 (-124)
NYG -3.5
DAL 24, NYG 17
Underdog
Under 45.5
Indianapolis
Chicago
CHI -10
CHI -10
IND 41, IND 21
Favorite
Over 42
Philadelphia
Cleveland
PHI -8.5
PHI -8.5
PHI 17, CLE 16
Underdog
Under 42.5
Buffalo
NY Jets
NYJ -4.5
NYJ -3 (-105)
NYJ 48, BUF 28
Favorite
Over 39
Washington
New Orleans
NO -9.5
NO -8
WAS 40, NO 32
Underdog
Over 50
New England
Tennessee
NE -6.5
NE -5
NE 34, TEN 13
Favorite
Under 48
Jacksonville
Minnesota
MIN -4.5
MIN -3 (-125)
MIN 26, JAX 23 OT
Push
Over 38
Miami
Houston
HOU -7
HOU -13
HOU 30, MIA 10
Favorite
Under 41.5
St. Louis
Detroit
DET -9
DET -8
DET 27, STL 23
Underdog
Over 46
Atlanta
Kansas City
ATL -1
ATL -2
ATL 40, KC 24
Favorite
Over 43
San Francisco
Green Bay
GB -6.5
GB -6
SF 30, GB 22
Underdog
Over 47
Carolina
Tampa Bay
CAR -3
CAR -3
TB 16, CAR 10
Underdog
Under 45.5
Seattle
Arizona
ARI -1.5
SEA -3 (+105)
ARI 20, SEA 16
Underdog
Under 41
Pittsburgh
Denver
DEN -2
DEN -3 (+110)
DEN 31, PIT 19
Favorite
Over 45
Cincinnati
Baltimore
BAL -6.5
BAL -7
CIN 44, BAL 13
Favorite
Over 43
San Diego
Oakland
OAK pk
OAK -1
SD 22, OAK 14
Underdog
Under 47.5




Tags: NFL



September

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NFL Handicapping: History says bet against Norv Turner in Week 1...and Week 2

09.10.2012     02:20 PM     Printer Friendly
San Diego at Oakland -1 O/U 47

Sportsmemo Handicapper Teddy Covers mentioned on today's Podcast that we should look into San Diego head coach Norv Turner's track record as a head coach in Week 1. Nice call TC. In his three stops, Turner is 6-8 straight up and a dismal 4-10 against the spread.

P.S. Week 2 ain't much better (5-9 SU, 5-8-1 ATS)

Norv Turner Betting Results as a Head Coach in Week 1
Year
Team
Week 1 SU
Week 1 ATS
1994
Washington
Loss
Loss
1995
Washington
Win
Win
1996
Washington
Loss
Loss
1997
Washington
Win
Win
1998
Washington
Loss
Loss
1999
Washington
Loss
Loss
2000
Washington
Win
Loss
2004
Oakland
Loss
Win
2005
Oakland
Loss
Loss
2007
San Diego
Win
Win
2008
San Diego
Loss
Loss
2009
San Diego
Win
Loss
2010
San Diego
Loss
Loss
2011
San Diego
Win
Loss
Results
 
6-8
4-10
  



Tags: NFL San Diego Chargers Oakland Raiders Teddy Covers




College Football Betting: Florida's defense dealing with rash of injuries

09.10.2012     12:10 PM     Printer Friendly
SportsMemo.com blog entry.
Florida at Tennessee -3

A slew of injuries for Florida's defense following last week's win at Texas A&M. Tennessee opened a pick 'em at CRIS for Saturday's contest but have been bet up to -2.5/-3.


Florida coach Will Muschamp said linebacker Jelani Jenkins and cornerback Cody Riggs are likely to be out at least four weeks after injuries sustained during No. 18 Florida's 20-17 road victory over Texas A&M on Saturday. Jenkins suffered a fractured thumb, while Riggs endured a slight fracture in his foot.

The injury report didn't end there.

Muschamp also said linebacker/defensive end Ronald Powell is likely headed to a redshirt season. The team's top pass rusher re-injured the knee in which he tore his ACL during the spring game. Muschamp had estimated prior to the second injury that Read more



Tags: College Football Florida Gators Tennessee Volunteers SEC




College Football Gambling: Utah lose Wynn, season could go from bad to worse

09.10.2012     11:39 AM     Printer Friendly
SportsMemo.com blog entry.
BYU at -3.5 Utah

Gut check time for Utah heading into this weekend's showdown against rival BYU. The Utes couldn't get through two games without an injury to quarterback Jordan Wynn. The oft-injured Wynn announced his retirement from football earlier today. Senior back-up Jon Hayes stepped in for Wynn during last Friday's overtime loss to Utah State. True freshman Travis Wilson will also get a look moving forward. The Utes came into the season with high expectations but could be headed towards disaster. They’re a home dog to BYU on Saturday and then play three road games in four weeks with the lone home tilt coming against USC.



Tags: College Football Utah Utes BYU Cougars PAC-12




MLB Handicapper Free Play: Washington Nationals at New York Mets

09.10.2012     11:13 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

SportsMemo.com blog entry.
Washington (Gonzalez) -150 at NY Mets (McHugh) O/U 7
Recommendation: Washington


The modest favorite’s price here is very reasonable considering the starting pitching matchup and the current forms of these two ball clubs.  The Mets are falling apart.  They just got swept at home by the Braves over the weekend; outscored 17-5.  Since the All-Star break, in all games NOT against the worst team in baseball (Houston), New York is a woeful 2-17 here at Citi Field, a legitimate home field disadvantage!  They’ve been dominated by the Nationals all year, losing all five previous series against Washington while going 3-11 in the last 14 meetings.  Don’t expect that track record to improve today!

The Nationals are trending in the opposite direction, 9-3 in their last dozen games.  Their lineup has been on fire for weeks, pounding out seven runs or more nine times during that dozen game span.  The Mets are just 19-31 against opposing Read more


Tags: MLB Washington Nationals New York Mets Teddy Covers




Sports Betting Podcast 9-10-2012 with Handicappers Teddy Covers and Rob Veno

09.10.2012     10:25 AM     Printer Friendly
SportsMemo.com blog entry.
Monday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured handicappers Teddy Covers and Rob Veno.  Teddy covered NFL Week 2 line moves while Rob recapped College Football Week 2.

Today's segments
Full Show

Teddy Covers - NFL Openng Line Report

Rob Veno - College Football Week 2 Recap

To listen to past shows, be sure to visit our Sportsmemo Podcast Homepage.

ITunes users can subscribe to the show by searching "Sportsmemo" in the podcast directory.



Tags: NFL College Football Teddy Covers Rob Veno




Florida State-Savannah State game bets refunded, Seminoles cover 1st half

09.10.2012     07:58 AM     Printer Friendly
In case you've been living under a rock, all bets on last weekend's infamous Florida State-Savannah State game were refunded in Las Vegas due to the contest falling short of 55 minutes. The Seminoles, who led 48-0 at the break, did however cover the -45.5 first half line (LVH).



Tags: College Football Florida State Seminoles ACC




College Football Betting Trends: First-year head coaches 21-26 ATS YTD

09.10.2012     07:45 AM     Printer Friendly
Updated results for first-year head college football head coaches (21-27 SU, 21-26 ATS). Coaches at BCS conference schools are 15-10 SU, 11-14 ATS.

2012 College Football First-Year Head Coach Betting Results as of 9/10
School
1st Year Coach
SU
ATS
Akron
Terry Bowden
0-2
1-1
Arizona
Rich Rodriguez
1-1
1-1
Arizona State
Todd Graham
2-0
2-0
Arkansas State
Gus Malzahn
1-1
1-1
Colorado State
Jim McElwain
1-1
1-1
Florida Atlantic
Carl Pelini
1-1
0-2
Fresno State
Tim DeRuyter
1-1
2-0
Hawaii
Norm Chow
0-1
1-0
Houston
Tony Levine
0-2
0-2
Illinois
Tim Beckman
1-1
1-1
Kansas
Charlie Weis
1-1
0-2
Memphis
Justin Fuente
0-2
1-1
New Mexico
Bob Davie
1-1
0-1
North Carolina
Larry Fedora
1-1
1-1
Ohio State
Urban Meyer
2-0
1-1
Ole Miss
Hugh Freeze
2-0
2-0
Penn State
Bill O'Brien
0-2
1-1
Pittsburgh
Paul Chryst
0-2
0-2
Rutgers
Kyle Flood
2-0
0-2
Southern Miss
Ellis Johnson
0-1
0-1
Texas A&M
Kevin Sumlin
0-1
0-1
Toledo
Matt Campbell
1-1
2-0
Tulane
Curtis Johnson
0-2
1-1
UAB
Garrick McGee
0-1
0-1
UCLA
Jim L. Mora
2-0
2-0
Washington State
Mike Leach
1-1
0-2
Results
 
21-27
21-26




Tags: College Football




Mayweather's undefeated gambling career comes to an end

09.10.2012     07:18 AM     Printer Friendly
Proof that even the BEST bettors suffer the occasional loss.

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Teddy Covers' Wiseguy Report: Recapping NFL rookie quarterbacks in Week 1

09.10.2012     07:09 AM     Printer Friendly
SportsMemo.com blog entry.
With an NFL record five rookie starting quarterbacks under center on opening day, I spent the first Sunday of the regular season watching these youngsters very carefully. I tried to evaluate each one within the context of his team – no quarterback can be successful without the complimentary pieces of the equation surrounding him, both on offense and on defense. Here are my thoughts:

Cleveland Browns - Cleveland’s defense held Michael Vick to a QB rating of 25.4. They forced five turnovers, returning one for a score and setting up all three Browns’ offensive scores. Their defensive playmakers made huge plays, most notably CB Joe Haden and LB D’Qwell Jackson, and Michael Vick was positively pummeled by the Browns pass rush.

And yet the Browns still found a way to lose. With the game on the line late in the fourth quarter – boom, a dropped INT in the end zone that would have clinched the game. And there’s no sugarcoating this performance from Brandon Weeden, the worst looking of all the rookie quarterbacks in the preseason and in his first “real” start.

On Weeden's first drive, he missed a Read more


Tags: NFL Teddy Covers




Florida State hosts seminar on point shaving in sports

09.10.2012     06:33 AM     Printer Friendly
If you happen to be in the greater Tallahassee area on October 12, you can pop in for a seminar on Corruption, Gambling, and Manipulation in Sports hosted by Florida State. There will be a handful of panelists including Sean Patrick Griffin, author of Gaming the Game: The Story Behind the NBA Betting Scandal and the Gambler Who Made It Happen.  According to the “syllabus” it doesn’t look like anyone from the gambling industry (maybe an oddsmaker or actual bettor?) will speak which doesn’t make a whole lot of sense considering the topic. But, someone who is commonly referred to as a “sports conspiracy theorist” will. Sounds like the audience is going to get plenty of non-biased opinions.








Sportsmemo's College Football Week 2 Betting Recap

09.10.2012     06:15 AM     Printer Friendly
By the betting numbers...College Football Week 2 (see results below). Note that we will be using CRIS's opening and closing lines throughout the season. We do not include games involving FCS teams.

Based on closing lines…

Road teams were the strongest side bet at 23-20 ATS (44-34 ATS YTD).

There were two neutral site games. Underdogs (Syracuse and UL-Monroe) went 2-0 ATS.

Underdogs held a slight edge at 22-20 ATS (44-38 ATS YTD). Two games closed as pick ‘em (South Florida/Nevada and Florida/Texas A&M) while one game pushed (NC State -3 vs. UConn).

Double-digits spreads went the way of the underdogs at 15-8 ATS (27-20 ATS YTD).

Totals went 21-23-1 Over/Under (41-44-1 YTD).

Beating the Market: If you bet the opening number on a team that moved three points or more based on the closing line (i.e. Virginia -7) you went: 2-7 ATS (8-14 ATS YTD)

Chasing the Market: If you bet the closing number on a team that moved three points or more (i.e. Virginia -10) you went: 2-7 ATS (7-15 ATS YTD).

Based on the opening and closing lines, the market was "correct" 20 times but "incorrect" 18 times. "Correct" meaning if a game opened -3 and closed -4 and the favorite won by 7, the market was “correct.” If a game opened -3 and closed -4 and the favorite lost outright, the market was obviously "incorrect." Note that in seven games, the game opened and closed at the same number.
 
Parlay combo breakdown (40 games) (79 games YTD)
Favorite-Over: 10 (24 YTD)
Favorite-Under: 9 (13 YTD)
Underdog-Over: 9 (15 YTD)
Underdog-Under: 12 (29 YTD)

Note that we did not include pick ‘em lines and pushes for our parlay combos.

2012 College Football Week 2 Betting Recap
Away Team
Home Team
Open
Close
Final
ATS
O/U Close
Pittsburgh
Cincinnati
CIN -2.5
CIN -4.5
CIN 34, PIT 10
Favorite
Under 51
Utah
Utah State
UTAH -7
UTAH -7
USU 27, UT 20 OT
Underdog
Under 50.5
Penn State
Virginia
UVA -7
UVA -10
UVA 17, PSU 16
Underdog
Under 48
Indiana
Massachusetts
IND -12.5
IND -14
IND 45, MASS 6
Favorite
Over 48.5
Air Force
Michigan
MICH -21.5
MICH -21.5
MICH 31, AFA 25
Underdog
Under 58.5
New Mexico State
Ohio
OU -19.5
OU -21
OHIO 51, NMSU 24
Favorite
Over 58.5
Kent State
Kentucky
UK -7
UK -6
KY 47, KENT 14
Favorite
Over 46.5
Central Florida
Ohio State
OSU -17
OSU -15.5
OSU 31, UCF 16
Underdog
Over 46.5
Idaho
Bowling Green
BG -12
BG -17
BG 21, IDA 13
Underdog
Under 49.5
Ball State
Clemson
CLE -25.5
CLE -27
CLE 52, BSU 27
Underdog
Over 67
Rice
Kansas
KAN -9
KAN -12.5
RICE 25, KAN 24
Underdog
Under 62.5
Toledo
Wyoming
WYO -1
WYO -3.5
TOL 34, WYO 31
Underdog
Over 58.5
North Carolina
Wake Forest
UNC -6.5
UNC -10
WAKE 28, UNC 27
Underdog
Under 58.5
Georgia
Missouri
UGA -3
UGA -1
UGA 41, MIZZ 20
Favorite
Over 52.5
Miami (FL)
Kansas State
KSU -7
KSU -7
KSU 52, MIA 13
Favorite
Over 58
Michigan State
Central Michigan
MSU -22
MSU -17.5
MSU 41, CMU 7
Favorite
Push 48
USC
Syracuse*
USC -27
USC -24.5
USC 42, SYR 29
Underdog
Over 62
Purdue
Notre Dame
ND -15
ND -15
ND 20, PUR 17
Underdog
Under 53
South Florida
Nevada
NEV pk
NEV pk
USF 32, NEV 31
N/A
Over 57
Wisconsin
Oregon State
WIS -8
WIS -6
OSU 10, WIS 7
Underdog
Under 49
Fresno State
Oregon
ORE -35.5
ORE -35
ORE 42, FSU 25
Underdog
Under 75.5
East Carolina
South Carolina
SC -23.5
SC -21
SC 48, ECU 10
Favorite
Over 50
Iowa State
Iowa
IOWA -4.5
IOWA -3.5
ISU 9, IOWA 6
Underdog
Under 48.5
Washington
LSU
LSU -23
LSU -22.5
LSU 41, WASH 3
Favorite
Under 53
UTEP
Mississippi
MISS -6
MISS -8
MISS 28, UTEP 10
Favorite
Under 53
Auburn
Mississippi State
MSU -2.5
MSU -3
MSU 28, AUB 10
Favorite
Under 48.5
Texas Tech
Texas State
TTU -17.5
TTU -20
TTU 58, TSU 10
Favorite
Over 60
Maryland
Temple
TEMP -10
TEM -7.5
MARY 36, TEM 27
Underdog
Over 43.5
New Mexico
Texas
TEX -37
TEX -39
TEX 45, UNM 0
Favorite
Under 53
Florida
Texas A&M
FLA -1
TXAM pk
FLA 20, TXAM 17
N/A
Under 49.5
Louisiana Tech
Houston
HOU -2.5
LT -3
LT 56, HOU 49
Favorite
Over 58.5
Nebraska
UCLA
NEB -4
NEB -3.5
UCLA 36, NEB 30
Underdog
Over 58
Army
San Diego State
SDSU -6
SDSU -5.5
SDSU 42, ARMY 7
Favorite
Under 50
NC State
Connecticut
NCST -1
NCST -3
NCST 10, UCONN 7
Push
Under 48
Tulane
Tulsa
TULS -25
TULS -22
TULS 45, TULA 10
Favorite
Under 57
Vanderbilt
Northwestern
VAN -3
VAN -3
NW 23, VAN 13
Underdog
Under 54.5
Duke
Stanford
STAN -14
STAN -16
STAN 50, DUKE 13
Favorite
Over 55
Oklahoma State
Arizona
OSU -11
OSU -10
AZ 59, OSU 38
Underdog
Over 70
Illinois
Arizona State
ASU -2
ASU -6
ASU 45, ILL 14
Favorite
Over 47
Akron
Florida Intl
FIU -23
FIU -24.5
FIU 41, AKR 38 OT
Underdog
Over 58
UL-Lafayette
Troy
TROY -1
ULL -1.5
ULL 37, TROY 24
Favorite
Under 62
Florida Atlantic
Middle Tennessee
MTSU -7
MTSU -6.5
MTSU 31, FAU 17
Favorite
Under 49
Memphis
Arkansas State
ASU -19.5
ASU -23.5
ASU 33, MEM 28
Underdog
Over 60
Louisiana-Monroe
Arkansas*
ARK -28
ARK -30
ULM 34, ARK 31 OT
Underdog
Over 61
Western Kentucky
Alabama
ALA -38
ALA -38
ALA 35, WKU 0
Underdog
Under 52




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