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NCAA Tournament Betting Podcast 3-20-2014 with Handicappers Brian Edwards and Brent Crow

03.20.2014     07:14 AM     Printer Friendly
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Thursday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured Sportsmemo Handicappers Brian Edwards and Brent Crow. Both cappers broke down today's NCAA Tournament games from a betting perspective.

Today's segments
Brian Edwards - NCAA Tournament Thursday Part I

Brent Crow - NCAA Tournament Thursday 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 Basketball Brian Edwards Brent Crow




NCAA Tournament Handicapping: Conference win totals

03.19.2014     09:43 AM     Printer Friendly
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Some more NCAA Tournament prop bets courtesy of The Greek. Here we have conference win totals.

AAC - 5.5 wins

A-10 - 4un-150 wins

Big East - 5.5un-130 wins

Big Ten - 10 wins

Big XII - 8.5 wins

Mountain West - 2.5un-135 wins

PAC-12 - 7.5 wins

SEC - 5.5ov-125 wins



Tags: College Basketball




NCAA Tournament Gambling: Odds of a perfect bracket

03.19.2014     09:30 AM     Printer Friendly
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Every March, talks surface about the odds of filling out a perfect bracket. The common number used by the media is 1 in 9.2 quintillion – whatever that means. But one statistician argues the odds are significantly "lower" just based on the 16th seed not winning a game.



Tags: College Basketball




College Basketball Betting: SMU out to prove selection committee wrong

03.19.2014     08:42 AM     Printer Friendly
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UC Irvine at SMU -9.5 O/U 132

One of the more obvious snubs of the NCAA Tournament, SMU's Larry Brown will try to rally his troops for tonight's NIT matchup against UC Irvine. Quotes indicate the team is hell bent on proving the selection committee (or as we like to call them, gang of Muppets) wrong.


“I’m not going to get into if we were slighted or not,” Brown said. “The only thing I want to prove is that we’re man enough to understand that we’ve got to learn from this and get better.”

“We can prove a lot, but we have to win games to do that,” senior guard Nick Russell said. “If we don’t come out and play high-powered basketball, then the committee wins. We’ve just got to keep pushing, play better basketball and win.”






Tags: College Basketball SMU Mustangs UC Irvine Anteaters




ESPN The Magazine tackles San Diego point shaving scandal

03.19.2014     08:35 AM     Printer Friendly
Excelled article in ESPN The Magazine on the San Diego point shaving scandal.


As Johnson's grievances got louder, Brown began throwing money on the Toreros to lose. Five grand, 10 grand a game, whatever he could max out. His bets were paying off so big that a local bookmaker eventually refused to take his action, suspecting Brown had a pipeline to the locker room that gave him an unfair edge.





Tags: College Basketball San Diego Toreros




NCAA Tournament Gambling: Albany concerned over lack of prep time

03.18.2014     08:15 AM     Printer Friendly
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Mountain St. Mary's vs. Albany -2.5 O/U 140

Two non-boarded teams kick off tonight's NCAA Tournament play-in game action with 16 seeds Mount St. Mary's taking on Albany. In terms of rest and prep time, MSM has the advantage having wrapped up the Northeastern Conference Tournament last Tuesday. Albany meanwhile beat Stony Brook in the American East championship game on Saturday.


"My main concern is that we just finished a tough game and have to play on Tuesday and (Mount St. Mary's) have had a week off," Brown said. "I need the prep time. We don't know that much about them so the prep is the biggest thing. These kids deserve to be prepared. I do know that they press and trap for 40 minutes and play up-tempo basketball."






Tags: College Basketball Mount St. Mary's Mountaineers Albany Great Danes




NCAA Tournament Betting: Opposing coach says NC Central is no joke

03.18.2014     08:08 AM     Printer Friendly
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NC Central vs. Iowa State -9 O/U 144

According to NC State assistant coach Bobby Lutz, 14th seed NC Central is the real deal and capable of giving Iowa State a game in Friday's first round matchup. Lutz has connections to both teams having served as an assistant under ISU's Fred Hoiberg and now an assistant for NC State. Back in late November, the Wolfpack lost to NC Central in Raleigh, 82-72 (OT).


“Don’t sleep on North Carolina Central,” said Lutz, an original member of Fred Hoiberg’s Cyclones coaching staff. “I’m confident Iowa State will win the game, but it’s not going to be easy.”

“Man-to-man defense, zone, box-and-one, and maybe even a little triangle-and-2,” Lutz continued. “I’m telling you, they’re solid.”






Tags: College Basketball NC Central Eages Iowa State Cyclones




NCAA Tournament Gambling: Rob Veno's Power Ratings vs. Actual Seeds

03.17.2014     02:59 PM     Rob Veno     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Rob Veno

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Here is an interesting take on the NCAA Tournament. Sportsmemo Rob Veno put together a comparison of the tournament seeds vs. his power ratings. For example, the selection committee has VCU as a no. 5 seed whereas Rob's power ratings show the Rams to be a no. 8 seed. Note that the West Region has seven teams with a differential of 3 or more making it by far the region with the largest amount of discrepancies.

SOUTH REGION
Seed  RVS  TEAM
#1 #1 Florida
#4 #2 UCLA
#2 #3 Kansas
#3 #4 Syracuse
#7 #5 New Mexico
#9 #6 Pittsburgh
#6 #7 Ohio State
#5 #8 VCU
#10 #9 Stanford
#12 #10 Stephen F. Austin
#13 #11 Tulsa
#8 #12 Colorado
#11 #13 Dayton
#14 #14 Western Michigan
#15 #15 Eastern Kentucky
#16 #16 Albany
#16 #17 Mt. St. Mary's

EAST REGION
Seed RVS Team

#4 #1 Michigan Read more


Tags: College Basketball Rob Veno




NCAA Tournament Gambling: Louisville would be favored over nearly the entire field of 68

03.17.2014     12:21 PM     Printer Friendly
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Need more ammo for that argument you're currently having with your co-worker about Louisville's seemingly bogus no. 4 seed? Here a list of the neutral court pointspreads (based on Sagarin) for the Cardinals vs. higher seeded teams. The only thing that could make this whole episode even more mind-blowing is Manhattan pulling out one of those upset things, no?

(1) Arizona -0.5/-1 vs. Louisville
Louisville -1.5 vs. Florida (1)
Louisville -2.5 vs. Villanova (2)
Louisville -3 vs. Virginia (1)
Louisville -3 vs. Kansas (3)
Louisville -3.5 vs. Duke (3)
Louisville -4 vs. Wisconsin (2)
Louisville -4 vs. Creighton (3)
Louisville -4 vs. Michigan (2)
Louisville -4.5/-5 vs. Iowa State (3)
Louisville -4.5/-5 vs. Wichita State (1)



Tags: College Basketball Louisville Cardinals




NCAA Tournament Handicapping: Rob Veno's Power Ratings

03.17.2014     12:03 PM     Rob Veno     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Rob Veno

Below are Sportsmemo Handicapper Rob Veno's Power Ratings for the Thursday and Friday's NCAA Tournament games.

Date - Matchup

3/20 Dayton 
3/20 Ohio State -5.5

3/20 Western Michigan 
3/20 Syracuse Read more


Tags: College Basketball



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