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Potato Bowl Betting Preview: Toledo Rockets vs. Utah State Aggies

12.14.2012     02:29 PM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange


Famous Idaho Potato Bowl - Boise, Idaho
Saturday, December 15, 1:30 pm PT - ESPN
Toledo vs. Utah State
CRIS Opener:
Utah State -10 O/U 57.5
CRIS Closer: Utah State -10 O/U 58.5
Rob Veno's Power Rating: Utah State -14.5

For as dynamic as the offense was at times, Utah State's season was defined by its defense. The schedule wasn't tough (92nd SOS) but only twice (vs. San Jose and Louisiana Tech) did the Aggies allow more than five yards per play. Note that they played a majority of those two contests with a significant lead. Toledo meanwhile wasn't nearly as proficient. The Rockets’ SOS was worse at 106th and yet they allowed 5.33 yards per play or more in every game but one – the season finale against a completely gassed Akron squad. Clearly, one team has the ability to force punts while the other does not.

From an ACCU-Stat perspective, Utah State again Read more

Tags: College Football Toledo Rockets MAC Utah State Aggies WAC Andrew Lange

College Football Betting: Virginia Tech claims to be pumped for Russell Bowl

12.14.2012     07:55 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Rutgers vs. Virginia Tech -2.5 O/U 41.5

Virginia Tech is saying all the right things heading into its Russell Athletic Bowl matchup against Rutgers. The Hokies have played in a BCS bowl five out of the last six years.

“If you’re a redshirt junior like me, we haven’t won a bowl game yet since we’ve been here,” Exum said regarding his actual time on the field. “That’s something that stays in the … front of our mind. We’re definitely motivated to win this game.”

“I look forward to the future, but this bowl game is real, real important,” said Beamer, who is 8-11 in bowls with Tech. “To finish with three (consecutive) wins, that’s what I’d like to talk about with this Read more

Tags: College Football Virginia Tech Hokies ACC Rutgers Scarlet Knights Big East

New Mexico Bowl Betting Preview: Nevada Wolf Pack vs. Arizona Wildcats

12.13.2012     01:33 PM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange


New Mexico Bowl - Albuquerque, NM
Saturday, December 15, 10 am PT - ESPN
Nevada vs. Arizona
CRIS Opener:
Arizona -9 O/U 76
CRIS Current: Arizona -9 O/U 77
Rob Veno's Power Rating: Arizona -11.5

Run through all 70 bowl teams and you’d have a hard time coming up with many worse than Arizona when it comes to stopping the competition. However, it appears the Wildcats lucked out by drawing Nevada in this year’s New Mexico Bowl. Of teams playing in the postseason, only Baylor was worse than the Wolf Pack at stopping teams on third down. Keep in mind the Bears played the 4th toughest schedule in the country, while Nevada played the 113th. And in looking at Nevada’s schedule, only Fresno State compares to Arizona from a yards-per-game perspective and the Bulldogs hung 52 on the Wolf Pack. 

The turning point in Nevada's season was the overtime loss to San Read more

Tags: College Football Nevada Wolf Pack Arizona Wildcats Andrew Lange

Football Outsiders breaks down luckiest and unluckiest college football teams

12.13.2012     12:13 PM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Interesting article on the luckiest and unluckiest teams in college football this season. Using some of its sabermetric-type numbers, Football Outsiders considers Michigan State, Oklahoma State, Michigan, BYU, and Cincinnati to be the five unluckiest teams. The five most fortunate include Ohio State, LSU, Stanford, Louisville and Notre Dame.

Tags: College Football

Sports Betting Podcast 12-13-2012 College Football Bowl Games

12.13.2012     10:43 AM     Printer Friendly

Thursday marked our College Football Bowl Game Podcast. Teddy Covers and Ian Cameron broke down the entire slate from a betting perspective.

Today's segments
Full Show - College Football Bowl Games

Ian Cameron - College Football Bowls Part I

Teddy Covers - College Football Bowls Part II

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 Ian Cameron Teddy Covers

College Football Betting: Georgia still bummed about loss to Alabama

12.13.2012     06:56 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Nebraska vs. Georgia -10 O/U 60

Sounds as if Georgia is still licking its wounds following the heartbreaking loss to Alabama in the SEC Championship. Still plenty of time until the Capital One Bowl (Jan. 1) but it could be tricky laying double-digits with a team that may not be able to bring its ‘A’ game.

“It was the toughest loss I’ve ever been a part of,” said senior receiver Tavarres King.

“We want to be a team that finished, we don’t want to be a great team that just gave up and laid down because their ultimate goal didn’t happen,” Robinson said. “We were five yards from being somewhere else but we don’t want to show that we weren’t worthy of it by not finishing.”

“I dreaded watching it, but I did,” Read more

Tags: College Football Georgia Bulldogs SEC Nebraska Cornhuskers Big Ten

College Football Betting: BYU quarterback Nelson still not fully healed

12.12.2012     02:33 PM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
BYU -2.5 at San Diego State O/U 48.5

A week from tomorrow is the Poinsettia Bowl and as of now BYU’s coaches don’t feel that quarterback Riley Nelson is healthy enough to play. Nelson hurt his ribs against San Jose State and missed the season finale against New Mexico State. Backup James Lark threw for 384 yards and six touchdowns against the Aggies. The coaches may however be playing coy and a few quotes from Riley hint that the senior will find a way to be out there.

"Riley's not healthy enough right now to be considered as the starter yet," said coach Bronco Mendenhall. "At this point, we have to plan on James working and going forward and then wait to see where Riley catches up. We've got time."

"He's not 100 percent yet," offensive Read more

Tags: College Football BYU Cougars San Diego State Aztecs

Handicapping College Football Bowl Games: CRIS vs. Rob Veno's Power Ratings

12.12.2012     12:17 PM     Rob Veno     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Rob Veno

Here's a chart of CRIS's current lines and Rob Veno's College Footballl Power Ratings for every bowl game.

College Football CRIS Lines vs. Rob Veno Power Ratings - BOWL GAMES
CRIS Current
Veno Power
New Mexico
Arizona -9.5
Arizona -11.5
Utah State
Utah State -10.5
Utah State -14.5
San Diego State
BYU -3 (-105)
BYU -3
Beef O' Brady
Ball State
UCF -7 (-115)
UCF -8
New Orleans
East Carolina
UL-Lafayette -5.5
UL-Lafayette -3
Las Vegas
Boise State
Boise State -5
Boise State -2.5
Fresno State
Fresno State -12.5
Fresno State -14
Little Caesars
Central Michigan
Western Kentucky
Western Kentucky -5.5
Western Kentucky -9
Bowling Green
San Jose State
San Jose State -7 (-115)
San Jose State -10
Cincinnati -7 (-115)
Cincinnati -7
UL-Monroe -7 (-115)
UL-Monroe -7.5
Virginia Tech
Virginia Tech -2.5
Virginia Tech -5
Texas Tech
Texas Tech -12.5
Texas Tech -13.5
Armed Forces
Air Force
Air Force -1
Rice -2.5
Arizona State
Arizona State -14.5
Arizona State -17.5
West Virginia
West Virginia -4
West Virginia -4.5
Oregon State
Oregon State -2
Oregon State -2
Buffalo Wild Wings
Michigan State
TCU -2.5
Michigan State -4
Music City
NC State
Vanderbilt -7 (-105)
Vanderbilt -5
Georgia Tech
USC -10
USC -12
Iowa State
Tulsa pk
Tulsa -2
LSU -4
LSU -4.5
Oklahoma State
Oklahoma State -16.5
Oklahoma State -13.5
Mississippi State
Mississippi State -2
Mississippi State -3
South Carolina
South Carolina -5
South Carolina -6.5
Capital One
Georgia -10
Georgia -9.5
Stanford -6.5
Stanford -3.5
Northern Illinois
Florida State
Florida State -13.5
Florida State -13
Florida -13.5
Florida -16
Kansas State
Oregon -9
Oregon -12.5
Texas A&M
Texas A&M -4.5
Texas A&M -3.5
Ole Miss
Ole Miss -3.5
Ole Miss -5.5
Arkansas State
Kent State
Arkansas State -4
Arkansas State -0.5
Notre Dame
Alabama -10
Alabama -8.5

Tags: College Football Rob Veno

College Football Handicapping: Oregon State mum on starting QB for Alamo Bowl

12.12.2012     07:39 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Oregon State -2 vs. Texas O/U 57

With game day still two weeks away, Oregon State is in no rush to name a starting quarterback for its Alamo Bowl matchup against Texas. Cody Vaz and Sean Mannion have split time with the first-string in practice.

Season-to-date statistics
Mannion: 200-310, 64.5% 2,446 yards, 15 TDs, 13 INTs
Vaz: 94-157, 59.9%, 1,286 yards, 11 TDs, 1 INT

"It's going to be like this with these two,'' said Langsdorf, who sounded like he's warming up to the two-quarterback idea. "They're both playing good football. They're both deserving of playing. We're going to let them take even reps.''

"It's good competition for them,'' Langsdorf said. "We're going to let it play out a little bit, give them a lot of work and come up with a plan here after a few days of Read more

Tags: College Football Oregon State Beavers PAC-12 Texas Longhorns Big XII

College Football Betting: Northwestern looks to snap postseason losing streak

12.12.2012     07:10 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Northwestern vs. Mississippi State -2 O/U 51.5

Northwestern says it's highly motivated to snap its postseason losing streak. The Wildcats have lost four straight bowl games (3-1 ATS) heading into their Gator Bowl matchup against Mississippi State.

"It's a clean slate," Fitzgerald said. "You look back at our performances over the last four [bowl games], we could have won all four games; we didn't. That's frustrating and motivating. But that's got nothing to do with this team or where we're at right now."

"The one thing that matters is win," said Colter. "We really want to leave this legacy strong as being one of the best teams Northwestern has ever had, and finally get that monkey off our backs."

Tags: College Football Northwestern Wildcats Big Ten Mississippi State Bulldogs SEC


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