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NFL Gambling: Kansas City vs. New England, Offshore vs. Las Vegas

09.07.2017     12:40 PM     Printer Friendly
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So there's a NFL regular season game going on tonight with Kansas City taking on New England in Foxboro. Somewhat divided opinions with offshore sportsbooks leaning towards the Chiefs and Las Vegas sportsbooks all but saying we don't want any more action on the Patriots. According to Sports Options, 51% of the betting public is on the favorite and 51% is on the over; two relatively low marks considering the matchup.

Offshore Market
Pinnacle: New England -8-02
Matchbook: New England -8ev
Greek: New England -8-05

Las Vegas Market
Golden Nugget: New England -9.5
Jerry's: New England -9.5
Wynn, Stations, Coasts: New England -9
Westgate: New England -8.5




Tags: NFL Kansas City Chiefs New England Patriots Las Vegas




College Football Betting Preview: Marshall Thundering Herd at NC State Wolfpack

09.07.2017     12:18 PM     Rob Veno     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Rob Veno

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Marshall at NC State
Saturday, 3 pm PT - ESPN3
CRIS Opener: NC State -20 O/U 54
CRIS Current: NC State -24.5 O/U 55
Recommendation: Under

Complete opposite results for these teams in Week 1 as NC State clearly won the box score and lost to South South Carolina while Marshall lost the box score but managed to beat Miami-Ohio. The Thundering Herd’s 31-26 win was propelled by 99- and 97-yard kickoff return touchdowns plus a 72-yard pick six. Aside from that, Marshall mustered 10 offensive points and 267 total yards. The most troubling aspect is the fact that their rushing attack was non-existent with only 67 true rushing yards on 24 carries (2.8 ypc). Defensively they had issues as well allowing Gus Ragland to throw for 298 yards and gain 429 overall. Those numbers are 67 and 62 yards above Miami’s averages last season and they are 56 and 79 more than Marshall allowed in 2016. The offseason chatter about a much improved defense did not happen last Saturday against a decent but not overwhelming MAC offense.

NC State meanwhile was victimized by a game Read more



Tags: College Football Marshall Thundering Herd C-USA NC State Wolfpack ACC Rob Veno




College Football Betting Preview: Tulane Green Wave at Navy Midshipmen

09.07.2017     12:08 PM     ICC     Printer Friendly
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Tulane at Navy
Saturday, 12:30 pm PT - CBSC
CRIS Opener: Navy -13 O/U 54.5
CRIS Current: Navy -13 O/U 47.5
Recommendation: Tulane

Tulane struggled in Willie Fritz’s first season on the job (4-8) be he has a very distinguished history of his teams improving from Year 1 to Year 2. Central Missouri jumped from 5-6 to 8-3 in Fritz's second year. At Sam Houston State; 6-5 to 14-1. And most recently, Georgia Southern where the Eagles went 8-4 and reached the postseason. It is reasonable to expect an uptick at Tulane and I think it happens thanks to one of the better defenses in the AAC. Eight starters are back from a unit that allowed only 364.5 ypg. And in last year’s very competitive 21-14 loss to Navy, Tulane held the Midshipmen to a respectable 287 yards and 5.2 ypc on the ground both marks below Navy’s seasonal averages (310 rypg/5.9 ypc). Offensively, Tulane may have found one of their most talented quarterback in some time with JC transfer Jonathan Banks earning Read more



Tags: College Football Tulane Green Wave Navy Midshipmen AAC Ian Cameron




Sportsmemo's College Football Every Game on the Board Betting Podcast 9-7-2017

09.07.2017     11:14 AM     Printer Friendly
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Here is Sportsmemo's College Football Every Game on the Board Podcast for Week 2. Handicappers Ian Cameron, Rob Veno, Brent Crow, and Drew Martin joined host Andrew Lange to break down this weekend's slate from a betting perspective.

Today's segments
Full Show - College Football Every Game on the Board

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

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Tags: College Football Drew Martin Brent Crow Ian Cameron Rob Veno Andrew Lange



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College Football Betting Podcast 9-6-2017 with Sportsmemo Handicapper Rob Veno

09.06.2017     10:20 AM     Printer Friendly
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Wednesday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured Sportsmemo Handicappers Rob Veno. Rob and host Andrew Lange recapped college football's Week 1 action.

Today's segments
Rob Veno - College Football Recap Week 1

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: College Football Rob Veno Andrew Lange




College Football Betting: BYU says changes are coming to offense

09.06.2017     08:31 AM     Printer Friendly
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BYU's offense will reportedly make various "changes" after failing to cross midfield in last week's 27-0 loss to LSU. The week prior, against FCS Portland State, the Cougars managed a modest 365 yards and 20 points. Head coach Kalani Sitake wasn't shy about telling his offensive coordinator, Ty Detmer, to get things figured out. Prior to Detmer's arrival, BYU averaged 33.7 ppg and over 6 yards per play with current starter Tanner Mangum posting a 23-10 TD-to-INT ratio as a freshman. Last season under Detmer, the team's QB Rating (118.1) ranked 101st. BYU is currently a +1 home underdog to rival Utah.


“I know I’m coming down hard on the offense but, man, let’s be honest,” Sitake said. “That was the issue. Ty knows that and our offensive players know that, so we will fix it.”

“You have to change it,” Sitake said during Monday’s media interviews. “There is no staying the course when it is not working well. (Offensive

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Tags: College Football BYU Cougars Utah Utes PAC-12




NFL Gambling Alert: Bettors pounce on Bills after Taylor cleared to play

09.06.2017     08:18 AM     Printer Friendly
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News broke yesterday that Buffalo Bills starting quarterback Tyrod Taylor passed concussion protocol and was thus cleared to play this weekend vs. the Jets. The betting markets essentially bet the game back to where it was prior to Taylor's tentative status. Last week, Buffalo sat -8.5/-9 but dropped to -7.5/-8. It's now climbed to -9.5 with a few offshore shops offering -10ev.

 




Tags: NFL Buffalo Bills New York Jets




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