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College Basketball Betting Free Play: Wyoming Cowboys at UC Santa Barbara Gauchos

11.28.2012     06:26 AM     Rob Veno     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Rob Veno

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Wyoming pk at Cal-Santa Barbara
Recommendation: Wyoming


Level of competition played thus far and home floor advantage both stand as reasons to support UCSB tonight but despite those positives, I fully believe the gap in fundamentals is too wide for the Gauchos to overcome. Roster depletion has left Santa Barbara extremely young and unbalanced in this early part of the season. Head coach Bob Williams offense is now dependent upon the scoring of freshman SF Taran Brown (15.0 ppg) sophomore PF Alan Williams (14.6 ppg). The youthful tandem accounts for 45.1% of the team’s scoring and they’ve attempted 119 field goals while the other 11 players have combined to attempt just 156. This matchup poses real problems for Santa Barbara on the inside because their total reliance on the rugged interior play of Williams (6-7, 240) is not only matched, but likely outdone by Wyoming’s senior paint presence Leonard Washington. With Williams Read more



Tags: College Basketball Wyoming Cowboys UC Santa Barbara Gauchos Rob Veno




Tulsa AD named in sports betting investigation

11.28.2012     06:05 AM     Printer Friendly
Tulsa Atheltic Director Ross Parmley's name was brought up in association with the upcoming trial of Oklahoma City bookmaker Teddy Mitchell. Parmley reportedly made bets at an off-screen sportsbook and paid out and collected from Mitchell. According to the feds, Mitchell cashed a check from Parmley in 2009 for the eye-popping amount of $1,782. Parmley says he hasn't made a wager since early 2010.


Adams told The Oklahoman on Sunday that Mitchell “on the bookmaking aspect of it ... was just simply telling people to go on a particular website over in Costa Rica that in our opinion was legal.”

Adams said Tuesday, “It was all legal. Every bit of it was all legal.”












NFL Gambling Notes: Tennessee Titans fire offensive coordinator, promote QB coach

11.27.2012     02:55 PM     Printer Friendly
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Houston -5.5 at Tennessee O/U 47

Yesterday the Tennessee Titans fired offensive coordinator Chris Palmer and promoted quarterbacks coach Dowell Loggains. Jake Locker didn't expect there to be much change to the offense at this point in the season.


“Maybe some little things will change, probably more little details you might not recognize watching a game. It is hard to completely change if you want to do something in the middle of a season. I think there will be some subtle difference, though,” Locker said.

“We just want to take it one week at a time, and study and prepare as best as we can and try and get as good a grip as we can on what coach Loggains wants to accomplish offensively, and then go out and execute to the best of our ability.”







Tags: NFL Tennessee Titans Houston Texans




NFL Handicapping: Pittsburgh's Tomlin says Roethlisberger may play

11.27.2012     02:29 PM     Printer Friendly
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Whoa.


"Right now, Charlie Batch is our quarterback."



Relax, Pittsburgh head coach Mike Tomlin countered by saying that there is a chance Ben Roethlisberger – who threw at practice on Monday – will play Sunday against the Ravens. List him questionable all you want Steelers, you know damn well he’s playing.


"Ben threw the ball," Tomlin said. "He'll take steps maybe toward playing this week. We'll leave that door open. He's got a chance."

"It was a failure," he said. "Very rarely do you lose a game and can point to a few ares of failure for why you lost, but we turned the ball over and were penalized on offense. We talked all week about being backup quarterback friendly.

"Those things aren't quarterback friendly. I chiefly accept responsibility for the lack of ball security. That eliminated any chance for rhythm and success.

Read more



Tags: NFL Pittsburgh Steelers Baltimore Ravens




MAC Championship Gambling Preview: Northern Illinois Huskies vs. Kent State Golden Flashes

11.27.2012     11:14 AM     Otto Sports     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Otto Sports

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Northern Illinois vs. Kent State
Friday, 4 pm PT, Detroit - ESPN2
CRIS Opener:
Northern Illinois -5 O/U 58
CRIS Current: Northern Illinois -6 O/U 58
Rob Veno's Power Rating: Kent State pk

The MAC Championship returns to the fast track at Ford Field this week for what should be an exciting game. Both Kent State (East Division winner) and Northern Illinois (West Division winner) have been on fire this year; both teams are 11-1 SU and both have been a bettor’s dream going a combined 19-4 ATS. So what got these teams here and who can we expect to hoist the trophy at the end of the day?

The secret to the success of NIU and Kent State is simple really; they play solid defense and they employ dominating ground attacks. Looking at the individual teams we see a number of key factors that have sparked this winning formula. For the Huskies, they finished second in scoring defense and third in total Read more



Tags: College Football Northern Illinois Huskies Kent State Golden Flashes MAC Otto Sports




College Football Gambling: Notre Dame an underdog in virtually every BCS scenario

11.27.2012     08:04 AM     Printer Friendly
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According to one report, Notre Dame would be an underdog to five of the six SEC teams currently ranked in the BCS top 10.


“Sporting News asked Kenny White, longtime oddsmaker in Las Vegas and one of The Linemakers on Sporting News for betting lines on potential games between the Irish and the six SEC teams ranked in the top 10 of the current BCS poll,” Hayes said. “Of those six teams, Notre Dame would be favored to win one game: against No. 10 South Carolina by 1 point.”







Tags: College Football Notre Dame Fighting Irish SEC




US Government shuts door on InTrade

11.27.2012     07:54 AM     Printer Friendly
Your United States Government at work...


"We are sorry to announce that due to legal and regulatory pressures, Intrade can no longer allow U.S. residents to participate in our real-money prediction markets," the Dublin-based company said in a statement on its website. Intrade said that existing customers must exit their trades and close their accounts.

"It is against the law to solicit U.S. persons to buy and sell commodity options, even if they are called "prediction" contracts, unless they are listed for trading and traded on a CFTC-registered exchange or unless legally exempt," Enforcement Director David Meister said in a statement.

"There's a very large and active market on U.S. political outcomes, and that's not going away," he said. Businesses and election watchers still have other places to which to look, such as U.K. prediction site Betfair, he noted.











College Football Betting Preview: Louisville Cardinals at Rutgers Scarlet Knights

11.27.2012     07:28 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange

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Louisville at Rutgers
Thursday, 4:30 pm PT - ESPN

CRIS Opener: Rutgers -2.5 O/U 43.5
CRIS Current: Rutgers -3 O/U 43.5
Rob Veno’s Power Rating: Rutgers -3.5

The de facto Big East Championship takes place on Thursday with Louisville traveling to Rutgers. The winner of the game earns an automatic BCS bowl berth.

Louisville is about to play its 12th game of the season and at no point have I felt this team was of 9-2 “quality.” Defensively is where the Cardinals have repeatedly fallen short. The overall season numbers aren't far removed for 2011 but a quick dig shows the stop unit has without question regressed. In conference play, the Cardinals have allowed nearly 200 ypg on the ground – 75 ypg more than last season. And we’re not talking about a host of run-dominant teams with half the league averaging less than 140 ypg. I'm simply amazed that Louisville is 9-2 Read more



Tags: College Football Rutgers Scarlet Knights Louisville Cardinals Big Ten Andrew Lange




College Basketball Handicapping: Bettors gear up for ACC-Big Ten Challenge

11.27.2012     06:06 AM     Printer Friendly
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The ACC-Big Ten challenge gets underway with six matchups tonight and six tomorrow. The Big Ten has won three straight events but prior to that the ACC had won 10 straight. Only one Big Ten team (Ohio State, 6-5) has a winning record all-time. Seven ACC teams sport above .500 records including Duke (11-2) and Wake Forest (10-2).

Ken Pom breaks the games down from a percentage standpoint. We also listed the current pointspread and correlated win percentage for Tuesday's matchups.

Tuesday (Pointspread, pct)
Michigan 83% over NC State (UM -6, 72%)
Northwestern (76%) over Maryland (NW -4, 64%)
Minnesota 55% over Florida State (FSU -3.5, 62%)
Virginia Tech 55% over Iowa (VT -2.5, 57%)
Wake Forest 68% over Nebraska (WF -5.5, 70%)

Wednesday
Wisconsin 85% over Virginia
Penn State 78% over Boston College
Illinois 77% over Georgia Tech
Michigan State 64% over Miami
Duke 64% over Ohio State
Clemson 67% over Purdue




Tags: College Basketball




College Football Betting Trends: Defense has been the key to C-USA Championship

11.26.2012     12:54 PM     Printer Friendly
Central Florida at Tulsa pk

Over the last five years there has been a consistent trend when it comes to the C-USA Championship: The better defense wins and covers. That’s right, the team with the better total defense in conference play has emerged victorious both straight up and against the spread five straight times (three as an underdog). Those five winners all came from the East Division whereas this year’s matchup – according to our trend – favors the West’s Tulsa. In conference play, Tulsa allowed 336.1 ypg good for second while UCF ranked 5th (388.9 ypg). The two squads met two weeks ago on this same field with Tulsa winning 23-21 as a 1-point favorite. The Golden Hurricane outgained the Knights 461-235 including 209-66 on the ground.

C-USA Championship Betting Trend 2007-present
Year
East (Def Rank)
West (Def Rank)
Score
2012
UCF (5th)
Tulsa (2nd)
???
2011
Southern Miss (1st)
Houston (6th)
Southern Miss (+12) 49, Houston 28
2010
UCF (1st)
SMU (2nd)
UCF (-7.5) 17, SMU 7
2009
East Carolina (2nd)
Houston (10th)
East Carolina (+1) 38, Houston 32
2008
East Carolina (1st)
Tulsa (5th)
East Carolina (+12.5) 27, Tulsa 24
2007
UCF (2nd)
Tulsa (7th)
UCF (-7.5) 44, Tulsa 25





Tags: College Football Tulsa Golden Hurricane UCF Knights C-USA



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