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College Basketball Free Play: Oregon Ducks at Vanderbilt Commodores

11.11.2011     07:48 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
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Oregon +12.5 at Vanderbilt O/U 149
Recommendation: Oregon


The Oregon program had a long, steady decline throughout the back end of the Ernie Kent era.  However, it didn’t take Dana Altman long to change the basketball culture in Eugene.  A Ducks team that was picked to finish dead last in the conference prior to the season instead finished with seven conference victories.  They got an invite to the postseason CBI tournament and went on to win the whole thing.  Then, over the summer the team was buoyed by the addition of star Oakland guard Jabari Brown and a trio of transfers (from Minnesota, Wake Forest and Louisiana Tech) two of whom are immediately eligible. They enjoyed a wildly successful summer trip to Italy; a deep, confident team as they travel to Nashville for their season opener.

Vanderbilt will be playing Read more



Tags: College Basketball Oregon Ducks PAC-12 Vanderbilt Commodores SEC Teddy Covers




College Football Line Moves: Bettors pound Florida against pesky Vanderbilt

11.02.2011     09:19 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
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Vanderbilt at Florida -13.5 O/U 44.5

The betting markets have been all over Florida for its home tilt against Vanderbilt this weekend. CRIS opened the Gators -9.5 but the line has shot up to -13.5 (-14 at Pinnacle). Oddsmakers have made a sizable adjustment on the Commodores who closed as a 13.5-point home underdog against Georgia. The following week they crushed Army as an 11.5-point favorite and then nearly upset Arkansas as an 8-point underdog. Florida beat Vanderbilt 55-14 as 14-point favorites in last year's meeting in Nashville but we’re now dealing with two completely different teams. The Gators (4-4) are on a 0-4 SU/ATS run and in danger of not making the postseason. The Commodores (4-4) are closing in on a bowl berth with winnable games against Kentucky, Tennessee and Wake Forest remaining. The secret to Vandy's success has been a surprisingly effective defense. They rank a respectable sixth in the SEC in yards per game allowed (331.9). The offense has Read more



Tags: College Football Florida Gators Vanderbilt Commodores SEC Andrew Lange




Saturday's Handicapper SEC Gambling Previews

10.22.2011     06:36 AM     Alatex Sports     Printer Friendly
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Arkansas -15.5 at Mississippi O/U 56.5
Arkansas faces its old coach, Houston Nutt, this week after a bye last week. The Razorbacks face an Ole Miss offense that has yet to score more than one touchdown in a conference game. Last week the Rebels scored on their opening possession against Alabama and then failed to threaten the rest of the game in a 52-7 loss. Ole Miss is averaging just 186 yards per game in SEC play with nine turnovers in the three games. Arkansas hasn’t played since whipping Auburn 38-14 at home two weeks ago. The Hogs should have too much firepower for the Rebels here.
 
Tennessee at Alabama -29.5 O/U 46.5
This was once one of the most compelling rivalries in the SEC, but Tennessee’s fall from prominence has turned it into Read more



Tags: SEC Arkansas Razorbacks Ole Miss Rebels Tennessee Volunteers Alabama Crimson Tide LSU Tigers Auburn Tigers Vanderbilt Commodores Brent Crow




College Football Betting: Georgia in potential letdown spot vs. Vanderbilt

10.11.2011     02:14 PM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
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Georgia -11 at Vanderbilt O/U 41

Nearly left for dead after an 0-2 start, Georgia has rebounded in a big way with four straight wins and currently sits tied atop the SEC East standings at 3-1. The story for the Bulldogs has been defense as the unit ranks 12th in rushing (85.8 ypg), 11th in passing (174.7) and sixth in total defense (260.5 ypg).

Based on how Vanderbilt looked the last two weeks (three points in two games), the Bulldogs should have no trouble getting the job done in Nashville. However, I can't help but think this is a potentially dangerous situation for the double-digit favorite. Back-to-back road games can be tough on anyone and with a bye week upcoming (followed by a rivalry tilt vs. Florida), this could be a flat spot. Not to mention, a game against Vanderbilt doesn't spark a lot of excitement, especially Read more



Tags: College Football Georgia Bulldogs Vanderbilt Commodores SEC Andrew Lange




NCAAF Handicapping: Vanderbilt Commodores at South Carolina Gamecocks

09.22.2011     07:45 AM     Alatex Sports     Printer Friendly
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Vanderbilt at South Carolina (4 pm PT – ESPN2)
CRIS Opening Line: South Carolina -15 O/U 51.5
CRIS Current Line: South Carolina -16 O/U 50
Rob Veno Power Rating: South Carolina -19
Teddy Covers Power Rating: South Carolina -19.5

Brent Crow’s Betting Take: Both teams enter 3-0 but you’ll likely find two completely different levels of satisfaction. Vanderbilt is absolutely thrilled with its start under first-year head coach James Franklin – even if the wins came against FBS Elon and two sub-par BCS teams, UConn and Ole Miss. At Vandy, 3-0 is 3-0, and the confidence among the coaches and players is soaring. On the other hand, South Carolina has been very sloppy in its three wins over East Carolina, Georgia and Navy. They’ve yet to play a full four quarters because of mistakes and squander Read more



Tags: College Football Vanderbilt Commodores South Carolina Gamecocks SEC Brent Crow




College Football Handicapping: Vanderbilt impresses with 3-0 start

09.22.2011     06:22 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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Something very unique happened in Nashville this past Saturday. Vanderbilt, a perennial SEC doormat, spent most of the second half killing clock in a blowout win over a conference foe.  I’ve got meticulous records that date back to my first football season in Las Vegas in 1998.  During that 14-year span, the Commodores had exactly one SEC win by more than two touchdowns.  That win came in 2004 against a Mississippi State team that finished the season with a 3-8 record.  They did not have a single SEC win by more than three touchdowns…until this past Saturday.  Now 3-0 SU, and 3-0 ATS, James Franklin’s first year in Nashville is already a major success!

Cornerback Trey Wilson was named SEC Defensive Player of the Week, picking off two passes against the Rebels; returning one for his second defensive touchdown of the year.  Sophomore Wesley Johnson was switched from left tackle to center this past offseason.  That move paid off when he won the SEC Offensive Lineman of the Week award for his performance against Ole Read more



Tags: College Football Vanderbilt Commodores Teddy Covers SEC




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



Tags: College Football Vanderbilt Commodores Arkansas Razorbacks Florida Gators North Carolina Tar Heels Florida State Seminoles USC Trojans Georgia Bulldogs Rob Veno




College Football Gambling: Surprises and disappointments so far

09.19.2011     08:39 AM     Printer Friendly
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Taking a look at some of the surprises and disappointments through three weeks of the college football season.

Surprises
Iowa State
(3-0 SU, 2-1 ATS) – After a one-point win over Northern Iowa, most were expecting another long season in Ames. But after finally beating rival Iowa, the Cyclones went on the road in a terrible spot and got the job done against UConn. Even more impressive was that ISU had three early turnovers and trailed the Huskies 10-0 before rallying for the 24-20 victory. Iowa State gets a much-needed bye week before playing host to Texas who will be seeking revenge after losing last year’s meeting 28-21 as 20.5-point favorites.

Vanderbilt (3-0 SU, 3-0 ATS) – First-year head coach James Franklin has the Commodores off to a rare fast start. Vandy may have Read more



Tags: College Football Boston College Eagles Vanderbilt Commodores Iowa State Cyclones Pittsburgh Panthers BYU Cougars Nebraska Cornhuskers Florida International Panthers Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets




NCAAF Betting Notes: Vanderbilt offensive struggles continue

08.23.2011     09:53 AM     Printer Friendly
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Keep an eye on Vanderbilt's offense this season. Not necessarily for more production but rather a move to a more conservative approach. Last year the Commodores attempted to run a version of the spread offense and it simply didn't work (16.9 ppg, 298 ypg). First-year head coach James Franklin brings over his pro-style offense from Maryland (63.2 plays per game in 2010). His first task it to somehow teach his quarterbacks accuracy. Vanderbilt signal callers have been in absolute free-fall since Jay Cutler left in 2005 with completion percentages of 55.5, 54.4, 49.2, 48.3, and 46.9 the last five seasons.

If you read between the lines, Franklin, who has been pleased with is defense, Read more



Tags: College Football Vanderbilt Commodores SEC James Franklin




NCAA Football Handicapping: Odds to Win SEC Championship

06.01.2011     12:35 PM     Printer Friendly
Alabama will open the 2011 season as the betting favorite to win the West Division (+100) and SEC Championship (+170). The Crimson Tide managed to avoid getting hit too hard by the NFL Draft (5 selections) and are slated to return as many as 15 starters – the most of any season under Nick Saban. The one thing standing in the way however is the schedule as four opposing SEC teams come in off of a bye week prior to playing Alabama. Last season, it was a similar situation with six straight SEC opponents getting a much need bye before playing the Tide. All three of Alabama’s straight up losses came against rested teams. Also note that no one in the SEC outside of Alabama plays more than one team off a bye week this season. Auburn (+800) won last year’s National Championship but is priced lower than Mississippi State (+650) to win the West thanks to an NCAA-low seven returning starters. LSU (+175) brings back 15 starters but must travel to Tuscaloosa in early November.

In the East, Florida (+125) gets the Read more



Tags: College Football Alabama Crimson Tide Auburn Tigers LSU Tigers Mississippi State Bulldogs Ole Miss Rebels Florida Gators Georgia Bulldogs Arkansas Razorbacks South Carolina Gamecocks Tennessee Volunteers Kentucky Wildcats Vanderbilt Commodores



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