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College Basketball Handicapping: Louisville Cardinals win again with defense

01.15.2013     11:15 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Submitted by Stat Intelligence

It’s time for our semi-annual reminder that Rick Pitino is one of the best defensive coaches in college basketball. The media is doing a better job of recognizing this. But, the sentiment you’re hearing now is about how great THIS particular Louisville defense is…rather than how great Louisville is on defense every year.

Ken Pomeroy’s adjusted defensive ratings…which account for both tempo and quality of opposition…currently have Louisville as the #1 defense in the country. Just like Read more

Tags: College Basketball Louisville Cardinals Stat Intelligence

Mountain West Betting News and Notes 1-15-2013

01.15.2013     06:59 AM     Rob Veno     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Rob Veno blog entry.
Wyoming Suspends Second-Leading Scorer Luke Martinez

Luke Martinez has been suspended indefinitely from the Wyoming basketball team as the result of a bar fight last month that left him with a broken finger.

According to the Star-Tribune, there were charges filed against Martinez this weekend as a result of the incident.

Martinez is the second-leading scorer for the Cowboys, a team that remained undefeated until last week and that has set themselves up nicely for a run at an NCAA tournament berth. There is no doubt that this injury — and the suspension — puts a dent into those plans.

Head coach Larry Shyatt has said that Martinez will not return to the team until the legal system has taken its course. For now, the Cowboys are going with a starting lineup consisting of three point guards and a pair Read more

Tags: College Basketball Wyoming Cowboys Air Force Falcons Colorado State Rams Nevada Wolf Pack Rob Veno

College Basketball Handicapping: Boise State will be close to full strength vs. New Mexico

01.14.2013     11:58 AM     Rob Veno     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Rob Veno blog entry.
Boise State will nearly be back to full strength on Wednesday when it plays host to New Mexico. Last week, when the Broncos traveled to Wyoming to take on the Cowboys, they did it without four players, including their top two reserves and leading scorer Derrick Marks. The Broncos still managed to win that game, however, and now they’ll be getting three of those four players back on the floor. Marks will return Wednesday, as will Mikey Thompson and Darrious Hamilton. Kenny Buckner will miss another two games. The quartet was suspended for the dreaded violation of team rules.

“It was one of the hardest decisions I’ve ever had to make,” head coach Leon Rice told the Idaho Statesman after the Wyoming game, in reference to the suspensions. “We have a young team and we’re building a program, so one game is not as important as the future of our program. We don’t compromise on not doing it right.”

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Tags: College Basketball Boise State Broncos Rob Veno

College Basketball Gambling: Tough to bet against Louisville's defense

01.14.2013     07:41 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Louisville -7 at Connecticut O/U 132.5

Last time out against South Florida, the Louisville Cardinals shot 38% from the floor and 17% from three. Leading scorer Russ Smith was 2-for-13, including 0-for-4 from three. Oh, we almost forgot, the Cardinals also had 15 turnovers. Most of you are already aware of the outcome but it bears repeating – despite such an awful night offensively, Louisville destroyed South Florida 64-38. To put it in perspective how good UL's defense is, based on their seasonal output of 0.80 points per possession allowed, it takes opponents 75 possessions to score 60 points. Only three opponents have topped a point per possession against the Cardinals (Duke, Memphis, and Kentucky). UConn comes into tonight's game off a Read more

Tags: College Basketball Louisville Cardinals UConn Huskies

College Basketball Betting Free Play: Arizona State Sun Devils at Oregon Ducks

01.13.2013     08:27 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange blog entry.
Arizona State at Oregon
Recommendation: Arizona State +5.5 1st half

On most days, Oregon is without question 10 points or more better than Arizona State on its home floor. But, the Ducks are off a huge storm-the-court-win against undefeated Arizona and it shouldn't come as a shock if they come out sluggish against ASU tonight. That was the biggest win the Ducks have had under Dana Altman as the team moved to 13-2, 2-0 PAC-12. Arizona State comes in playing with house money. They beat Utah in overtime to open PAC-12 play, caught Colorado in a great spot, and benefited from a multiple suspensions to Oregon State. I'm not completely sold on the Sun Devils but they are improved from last season (see: PG Jahii Carson) and have the guard play and size to not be completely overwhelmed on the highway. I grabbed some ASU +5.5 first half and will play accordingly at halftime.

Tags: College Basketball Arizona State Sun Devils Oregon Ducks Andrew Lange

NCAA Basketball Gambling: Arizona, Wyoming no longer perfect, Duke and Michigan remain

01.11.2013     02:19 PM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Two teams back in action this weekend after losing their first games of the season. Wyoming, who while good was on borrowed time after playing a fairly soft schedule, lost at home to Boise State, 63-61. The Cowboys go on the road to face Nevada on Saturday. Arizona's streak ended last night in Eugene as Oregon held on for a 70-66 victory. The Wildcats have a day to record and then visit Oregon State. Duke (15-0, at NC State) and Michigan (16-0, at Ohio State) remain the only two unbeatens.

Out of curiosity, we went back the last two years and looked how teams with extended perfect records fared after being issued their first loss of the season.

It is a small sample but there doesn't look to be a significant hangover effect. The best example was two years ago when Syracuse was 18-0 and lost to Pittsburgh. The next time out against Villanova in the Carrier Dome, the Orange trailed 40-29 at half and lost by the same margin as 5.5-point home favorites.

Syracuse 20-0, Loss at Notre Dame, Next game won and covered at Cincinnati.

Missouri 14-0, Loss at Kansas State, Next game won at covered at Iowa State.

Baylor 17-0, Loss at Read more

Tags: College Basketball Wyoming Cowboys Arizona Wildcats Duke Blue Devils Michigan Wolverines

College Basketball Gambling Free Pick: Wright State Raiders at Loyola Ramblers

01.11.2013     10:49 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Wright State +4 at Loyola Chicago O/U 115.5
Recommendation: Wright State

This was supposed to be another down year for Wright State; still rebuilding following a string of 20+ win seasons under Brad Brownell (now at Clemson).  But a funny thing happened to Billy Donlon’s squad on the way to the Horizon League cellar – they started playing great basketball, right from the get-go. 

On opening night, the Raiders pulled the outright upset as ten point road dogs at Idaho.  They followed that up with wins away from home against Eastern Illinois, Idaho State and Hofstra.  Wright played at Cincinnati and hung tough throughout, a wire-2-wire ATS cover as 18 point dogs.  And here in Horizon League play, we’ve seen the Raiders win each of their first three games, two in blowout fashion, thanks to a stifling defense that has held nine of their last ten opponents under 60 points.

Even in last Read more

Tags: College Basketball Wright State Raiders Loyola-Chicago Ramblers Teddy Covers

College Basketball Betting: NC State still in search of a marquee win

01.11.2013     08:27 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
It's a new year but worth pointing out NC State's struggles at home vs. the ACC and when asked to step up in class. Against conference foes last year, the Wolfpack were 4-4 SU and a dismal 0-7-1 ATS in Raleigh. And dating back to last year, with the expectation of a second round win over Georgetown in the NCAA Tournament, NC State routinely fell short against better competition. Against Ken Pom's Top 25, the Wolfpack went 1-11 SU and 4-7 ATS under head coach Mark Gottfried. NC State plays host to Duke on Saturday.

Last Year vs. Ken Pom Top 25
SU/ATS Loss vs. Vanderbilt
SU/ATS Loss vs. Indiana
SU/ATS Loss vs. Syracuse
SU/ATS Loss at North Carolina
SU Loss/ATS Win at Duke
SU/ATS Loss vs. Florida State
SU/ATS Loss vs. North Carolina
SU Loss/ATS Win vs. North Carolina
SU/ATS Win vs. Georgetown
SU Loss/ATS Win vs. Kansas

This year vs. Ken Pom Top 25
SU/ATS Loss vs. Oklahoma State
SU Loss/ATS Win vs. Michigan

Tags: College Basketball NC State Wolfpack Duke Blue Devils

College Basketbal Betting Free Play: Texas-Arlington at Texas-San Antonio

01.10.2013     01:45 PM     ICC     Printer Friendly
Submitted by ICC blog entry.
Texas-Arlington at Texas-San Antonio -1.5
Recommendation: Texas-San Antonio

I’ve picked my spots in cashing a couple tickets against this Texas-Arlington squad and I think tonight offers another good opportunity for another fade as they take on Texas-San Antonio. The weakness all season for Texas-San Antonio has been their play on the defensive end of the court. The Roadrunners have allowed 70 points per game and a very poor 51% shooting to opposing teams on their home floor this season but I’m not sure that Arlington is offensively capable of taking advantage of the defensive woes. Arlington has been a consistently woeful shooting team most of the season and they failed to exceed 52 points scored in any of their last three home games – SU and ATS losses to Denver, Boise State and Louisiana Tech. The Mavericks’ struggles offensively have crippled their ability to win games and cover pointspreads especially when you consider that Boise State, who is far from a shut down defensive team, kept Arlington to just 46 points. The Mavericks are shooting below 40% for the season and just 31.5% from the perimeter. Arlington’s last Read more

Tags: College Basketball Texas-Arlington Mavericks Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners Ian Cameron

Sports Betting Podcast 1-10-2013 with Handicappers Teddy Covers and Rob Veno

01.10.2013     10:50 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Thursday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured handicappers Teddy Covers and Rob Veno. Teddy and Rob broke down the entire college hoops card from a betting perspective.

Today's segments
Full Show

Teddy Covers - College Basketball Every Game on the Board I

Rob Veno - College Basketball Every Game on the Board 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 Teddy Covers Rob Veno


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