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College Basketball Betting Notes: Rutgers-Princeton meet for annual rivalry

11.16.2012     05:59 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Rutgers at Princeton -3.5

The Battle of New Jersey takes place tonight with Rutgers traveling to Princeton. It is an under-the-radar rivalry that while not particularly pleasing on the eyes has produced a ton of close games. The last nine meetings have been decided by margins of 2, 5 (OT), 5, 4, 6, 10, 13 and 2. And every game with a lined total has gone UNDER.

Princeton (+6) 59 at Rutgers 57 - UNDER 121.5
Princeton 78 vs. Rutgers (+7) 73 OT - No Total
Rutgers (-8.5) 58 vs. Princeton - UNDER 122.5
Rutgers (-4) 49 at Princeton 44 - UNDER 114.5
Rutgers 54 vs. Princeton (+8.5) 50 - UNDER 116
Rutgers (+5) 53 at Princeton 47 - UNDER 105
Rutgers 54 vs. Princeton (+15.5) 44 - UNDER 108
Princeton (-4) 53 vs. Rutgers 40 - UNDER 112
Rutgers 51 vs. Princeton (+3) 49 - No Total

Tags: College Basketball Rutgers Scarlet Knights Princeton Tigers

CBB Betting Free Play: Western Carolina Catamounts at Wichita State Shockers

11.15.2012     12:02 PM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Western Carolina +16.5 at Wichita State
Recommendation: Western Carolina

Spot plays don't come around too often this early in the college basketball season but I'm not expecting an all-out effort from Wichita State this evening. On Tuesday, the Shockers grabbed a big road with at VCU – the type of victory that pads a resume and has everyone talking that despite losing five key seniors, Wichita is a force to be reckon with. That may be the case as there is a lot of talent on this team. But having seniors is what helps avoid letdown situations. Western Carolina closed out last season strong, taking Davidson to double OT in the So-Con tournament championship game. They don't have anything particularly special; Larry Hunter typically brings in raw athletes who play hard. Wichita led NC Central by 20 much of the second half but backed off late and won by 14. No one played more than 28 minutes in that game and I would imagine, two days removed Read more

Tags: College Basketball Wichita State Shockers Western Carolina Catamounts Andrew Lange

College hoops head coach wishes he could have cashed in on longshot futures bet

11.14.2012     01:14 PM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Great quote by St. Bonaventure head coach Mark Schmidt on the unlikelihood of his squad and the women's team making last year's Big Dance. The Bonnies are -3.5/-4 point favorites tonight at Cornell.

If only someone had the foresight to have laid a bet on both teams winding up in the tournament, a first at St. Bonaventure.

“If we put a $1,000 on that, then we wouldn’t have budget problems,” Schmidt said, chuckling. “That line was probably a million to one.”

Try a billion to one, Crowley said, before adding: “It was quite a story.”

Tags: College Basketball. St. Bonaventure Bonnies

College Basketball Betting Free Play: Santa Clara Broncos at Saint Louis Billikens

11.14.2012     11:59 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Santa Clara at Saint Louis -11.5
Recommendation: Saint Louis

Saint Louis somehow comes into the season unranked and under-the-radar, very good news for us in early season play.  This team won 26 games last year and reached the Sweet 16.  They return the core from that squad – even with star point guard Kwamain Mitchell out with a foot injury they still return three starters and several key bench contributors from last year’s team.

The Billikens are a good offensive team.  They are a great defensive team, fighting on every possession.  That’s their recipe for covering double digit pointspreads, and they’ve done it with consistency, notching doubl-digit wins against Tennessee State, Southern Illinois, Washington, Boston College, Villanova, Oklahoma, Portland, Vermont, Illinois-Springfield, Alabama State and Arkansas State all before Christmas last year.  I’m expecting similar non-conference Read more

Tags: College Basketball Saint Louis Billikens Santa Clara Broncos Teddy Covers

College Basketball Handicapping: Wisconsin takes on Florida

11.14.2012     06:29 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Wisconsin at Florida -6.5 O/U 122.5

Good early season matchup with Wisconsin traveling to Gainesville to take on Florida. The Gators have a few injury concerns, with practice consisting of eight scholarship players and two walk-ons. Florida has hinted it wants to play at a faster pace this season. During last year's non-conference, Florida had nine games with 70 possessions or more. But during SEC play, they averaged only 62.4.

Tough to get much in the way of tempo against Wisconsin. In four non-conference games last year against BYU, North Carolina, Marquette and UNLV, the average game score was 118.5 (61.5 possessions).

"We're going to find out more about who we are, and where we've got to get better and where we have to improve," Donovan said. … "We've

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Tags: College Basketball Wisconsin Badgers Florida Gators

College Basketball Handicapping: Calipari says UK focused on defense and rebounding

11.13.2012     12:59 PM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Kentucky vs. Duke -3.5 O/U 140

According to Kentucky head coach John Calipari, not much preparation went into tonight's game in terms of offense or the opponent. He was particularly concerned about rebounding. The Wildcats were outdone on the glass by the Terps 46-34. Half of Maryland's rebounds were offensive.

"One way to break habits is to do it over and over and over and over," Calipari said. "But you can't do 55 things a day over and over and over. If you shift to rebounding, something else has to give a little bit."

"We didn't do anything offensively for two days, really," Calipari said. "That may hurt us now."

Tags: College Basketball Kentucky Wildcats Duke Blue Devils

Sports Betting Podcast 11-13-2012 with Handicapper Brent Crow

11.13.2012     11:29 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Tuesday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured handicapper Brent Crow. Brent tackled every game on the college hoops slate for tonight with host Andrew Lange.

Today's segments
Brent Crow - College Basketball Every Game on the Board

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 Brent Crow

College Basketball Betting: USC steamed up to -8 vs. Long Beach State

11.13.2012     09:52 AM     Printer Friendly
Long Beach State at USC -8

Major line moves aren't uncommon during the first few weeks of the college basketball season. Take today's Long Beach State-USC matchup for example. CRIS opened the game as a pick 'em (Pinnacle -5.5) with the Trojans now as high as -8. Based on most preseason literature, USC is not only healthy (a major issue last season) but significantly more talented than last year's group that went 6-26. Long Beach meanwhile was forced to completely reload after losing four 1,000-point career scorers. On paper, USC deserves to be favored but you always have to be concerned when asking a Kevin O'Neill coached squad to win by margin.


Tags: College Basketball USC Trojans Long Beach State 49ers

College Basketball Betting Free Play: Florida Atlantic Owls at Mississippi State Bulldogs

11.13.2012     08:41 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers blog entry.
Florida Atlantic +6 at Mississippi State
Recommendation: Florida Atlantic

Mississippi State is a complete mess coming into the season.  The Bulldogs are projected to rank at the very bottom of a mediocre SEC conference.  It’s easy to understand why.  Mississippi State lost all five starters from last year’s 21-win team, and the roster has been completely depleted by transfers following the departure of long time head coach Rick Stansbury.  That leaves first-year, first-time head coach Rick Ray in complete rebuilding mode early in the season; a dead nuts bet against squad.

Florida Atlantic shot a woeful 28% from the floor in their season opener at North Carolina.  They missed free throws, committed 17 turnovers compared to only 11 assists and were outrebounded by 20 in the game.  They STILL came within a bucket of covering the pointspread.  Mike Jarvis’s squad made good money in Read more

Tags: College Basketball Florida Atlantic Owls Mississippi State Bulldogs Teddy Covers

College Basketball Betting Free Play: Harvard Crimson at UMass Minutemen

11.13.2012     05:50 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange blog entry.
Harvard at UMass -10 O/U 138
Recommendation: UMass

Because of graduation on transfers, Harvard is very different than last year's 26-win squad that reached the NCAA Tournament. The Crimson lost two seniors and two juniors that all played 25 minutes per game or more. Kyle Casey and Keith Wright were double-digit scorers who shot better than 51% from the floor. Brandyn Curry and Oliver McNally combined for 253 assists, 74 steals and over 15 ppg. Now Tommy Amaker is asking new guys (some of which freshmen) to go on the road and face the intense full court pressure of UMass. Noteworthy that Harvard committed four turnovers on its first four possessions last Friday against...MIT. UMass has made strides under Derek Kellogg, jumping from 15 wins to 25 last year. They return their core nucleus and have considerably more depth than last year. I expect the Minutemen to force a ton of turnovers against the Crimson which should lead to easy points and a double-digit win.

Tags: College Basketball Harvard Crimson UMass Minutemen Andrew Lange


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