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NCAA Tournament Betting Podcast 3-22-2014 with Handicapper Rob Veno

03.21.2014     01:58 PM     Printer Friendly
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Friday's (second) Sportsmemo Podcast featured Sportsmemo Handicapper Rob Veno. Rob and host Andrew Lange broke down Saturday's eight NCAA Tournament games from a betting perspective.

Today's segments
Rob Veno - NCAA Tournament Saturday

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Tags: College Basketball Rob Veno




NCAA Tournament Betting Free Play: Tulsa Golden Hurricane vs. UCLA Bruins

03.21.2014     09:23 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange

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Tulsa vs. UCLA -9 O/U 147.5
Recommendation: Over


Tulsa is no stranger to high scoring affairs having played games well above tonight's total against the likes of Creighton, Oklahoma, and Maryland. And not only were the points there but the pace as well with 74, 75, and 74 possessions, respectively. I'm confident that we'll see a similar output pace-wise in tonight’s first round matchup vs. UCLA. The reason why this total is in a respectable range is because statistically, both squads play above average defense. Tulsa allowed only 0.90 points per possession in C-USA play – and amazingly, hasn't allowed more than 1.00 ppp since January 25. But while the league does feature a few decent offensive outfits, UCLA is on another level. The Bruins boast one of the most efficient offenses in the country AND they can do it by playing at a swift pace (70 possessions per game vs. PAC-12). My only concern is Tulsa not being able to knock down a few threes (32.5%). If Tulsa can find its way to the upper 60's, we'll be in business for an over-the-total winner.

Lange 20* NCAA Read more



Tags: College Basketball Tulsa Golden Hurricane UCLA Bruins Andrew Lange




NCAA Tournament Betting Podcast 3-21-2014 with Handicappers Ian Cameron and Brent Crow

03.21.2014     07:41 AM     Printer Friendly
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Friday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured Sportsmemo Handicappers Ian Cameron and Brent Crow. Both cappers broke down today's NCAA Tournament games from a betting perspective.

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

Brent Crow - NCAA Tournament Friday Part II

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Tags: College Basketball Ian Cameron Brent Crow




NCAA Tournament Handicapping: UL-Lafayette gets much needed rest

03.20.2014     12:34 PM     Printer Friendly
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UL-Lafayette vs. Creighton -13.5 O/U 154.5

UL-Lafayette caught a little bit of a break by drawing a Friday first round matchup. The Ragin Cajuns won three games – all barn burners – en route to the Sun Belt title. In fact ULL's last five games were decided by 3, 1, 6, 1, and 1 (OT).


“We played three days in a row, and it took everything out of us. But we’re gonna get that rest, and we’ll be ready to go Friday.”

“I’m glad we’re gonna play on Friday,” he said. “That extra day of rest will be important, for sure.”







Tags: College Basketball UL-Lafayette Ragin Cajuns Creighton Blue Jays




NCAA Tournament Betting: Gonzaga comfortable in role of underdog

03.20.2014     12:15 PM     Printer Friendly
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Oklahoma State -3 vs. Gonzaga O/U 139

Unlike years past, Gonzaga seems to be flying somewhat under the radar this postseason as a small underdog to Oklahoma State for Friday's first round matchup. The Cowboys were -2 from much of the week but earlier today were bet up to -3.


“It feels like we’re kind of flying under the radar,” Pangos said over the phone from the Spokane, Wash., campus as his team continued preparations for a first-round matchup with the No. 9 Oklahoma State Cowboys (21-12) on Friday in San Diego.

“We’ve known we were going to get in (the tournament) for a week, but nobody’s really talking about us. Last year, we were the talk of the tournament. It was, ‘Is Gonzaga overrated, blah, blah, blah.’ ”






Tags: College Basketball Oklahoma State Cowboys Gonzaga Bulldogs




NCAA Tournament Gambling: Louisville and Manhattan don't appreciate matchup

03.20.2014     11:57 AM     Printer Friendly
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Manhattan vs. Louisville -16 O/U 142.5

Louisville head coach Rick Pitino and former assistant/Manhattan head coach Steve Masiello don't sound pleased about tonight's first round matchup.


“We press like him, we trap like him, his offensive sets are just like ours,” Pitino said. “That’s why I don’t like the game. I don’t think it’s fair. I don’t like it. I don’t know why they would do it. I just don’t like the game at all for either one of us. We won the national championship and obviously we’re more heralded, but this is anybody’s game. This is not a 1-16.”

“To see them come up and then see us come up against them, it takes a little fun out of it,” Masiello told reporters. “It’s just, that’s not fun for me going against someone that I have to now try to beat, and almost in my mind, think negatively about. It’s hard for me to do that.”






Tags: College Basketball Manhattan Jaspers Louisville Cardinals




NCAA Tournament Handicapping: Mercer focused on defensive variety vs. Duke

03.20.2014     11:42 AM     Printer Friendly
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Mercer vs. Duke -12.5 O/U 140.5

Mercer's focus heading into Friday's first round matchup vs. Duke seems to be centered around defense – in particular shutting down Jabari Parker. Mercer allowed an Atlantic Sun-best 0.94 points per possession in league play. In step-up games against Texas, Seton Hall, Oklahoma, and Ole Miss, the Bears allowed 1.04, 0.89, 1.34, and 1.08 respectively.


“We’ve got a lot of different schemes we’re going to throw at him, a lot of different defenses that we’re going to throw at Duke in general, because he’s obviously one of their best players,” Gollon said. “They’ve got a bunch of guys that are really good.

“We’ve got some different stuff we’re going to throw at them, but more than anything, we’ve just got to lock down and play good team defense. We’ve always been a good defensive team.”







Tags: College Basketball Mercer Bears Duke Blue Devils




NCAA Tournament Betting Free Play: North Dakota State Bison vs. Oklahoma Sooners

03.20.2014     08:06 AM     ICC     Printer Friendly
Submitted by ICC

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North Dakota State +3.5 vs. Oklahoma O/U 152
Recommendation: North Dakota State


North Dakota State has been priced as this short of an underdog for a very good reason – they are very live to win this game outright! The Bison are 25-6 overall and have the nation's #1 offense in terms of field goal percentage connecting on 50.9% of their shots. North Dakota State has a very good senior center in Marshall Bjorklund and a dynamic scorer in Taylor Braun and both should cause tons of problems for an Oklahoma squad that has struggled on the defensive end of the court allowing 75.9 points per game on 43.5% shooting. The Sooners lack an inside presence defensively and they don't force many turnovers. Oklahoma will score plenty of points because they too have a strong offense but because of their defensive holes it is going to be very difficult to win this contest by even the slimmest of margins. The Sooners got bounced in the first round of last Read more



Tags: College Basketball North Dakota State Bison Oklahoma Sooners Ian Cameron




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

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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




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