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NFL Preseason Betting Alert: Seattle's Flynn and Wilson to split preseason opener

08.07.2012     01:39 PM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Tennessee at Seattle -3 O/U 35

According to reports, Seattle's Matt Flynn will start and play the entire first half of Saturday's preseason opener against Tennessee. Rookie Russell Wilson is slated to play the second half. Pete Carroll claims there is no need to play Tarvaris Jackson who is competing with Flynn for the starting job.

Tags: NFL Seattle Seahawks Tennessee Titans

NFL Preseason Betting: Week 1 starting lineups for Cincinnati, Baltimore and Pittsburgh

08.07.2012     12:44 PM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
ESPN has posted NFL Preseason Week 1 starting lineups for the Cincinnati Bengals, Pittsburgh Steelers, and Baltimore Ravens. Andy Dalton, Ben Roethlisberger, and Joe Flacco are slated to start. Cincinnati is a -1.5 home favorite vs. the New York Jets. Baltimore is +2.5 at Atlanta. And Pittsburgh is -1/pk at Philadelphia.

Tags: NFL Cincinnati Bengals Pittsburgh Steelers Baltimore Ravens

College Football Betting: Florida offense to look different under former Boise OC

08.07.2012     11:45 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Florida enters 2012 with its third different offensive coordinator in three years. Brent Pease, who mostl recently served as Boise State's OC, is set to take over for Charlie Weis (HC Kansas). According to second-year head coach Will Muschamp, there will be some differences with the offense, most notably with formations.

Think lots of motion and shifts and “variations of formation” according to Muschamp.

“From an imagination standpoint, those would be the things that I would see that are going to be drastically different,’’ Muschamp said.

“I do want to complement our players on the retention from spring,’’ Muschamp said. “It was very evident in our first three days on both sides of the ball, which credits our players with the job they did this summer. We are far ahead, after three practices mind you, where we thought we would be at this point on both sides of the ball.

Tags: College Football Florida Gators SEC

NCAAF Gambling: Leach not messing around in effort to rebuild Washington State

08.07.2012     11:32 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Not a lot of usable information coming out of Pullman these days with Mike Leach taking over at Washington State. There is no official depth chart. Here is an eye-witness account of a recent practice. The one thing we do know is Leach is trying to get as much talent on the field as possible – even if that means having players switch positions. Leach is also in the midst of doing some house cleaning with three defensive starters from last season dismissed from the team.

"Leach isn't playing around," cornerback Nolan Washington said. "We've got to be all in or you get kicked off.

"Now that he's put it in (stricter rules), our team is a lot

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Tags: College Football Washington State Cougars PAC-12

College Football Betting: O-line overhaul for Oklahoma Sooners

08.07.2012     09:46 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Go to page 90 of your Phil Steele national preview. Under Oklahoma's offensive line analysis you'll notice two things that really stand out; "102 career starts" and "best o-line s/'08." It was a fair assessment considering what the unit looked like after spring practice. But according to reports out of Norman, things are looking a little different these days.

"It's unfortunate. It's really unfortunate," Shead said. "But we've just got to keep going. Gotta keep pushing."

"Yeah, it's rough. Obviously you can't prepare for that," Irwin said. "But what can you do? There's no reason to pout about it, sit around and feel sorry for ourselves. We've just got to do the best with what we have, and that's what we'll do."

"It's an opportunity for the next guy. That's how we've got to approach it," Patton said. "The guys are good with that. They understand. They're competitive. They want to play."

Tags: College Football Oklahoma Sooners Big XII

NFL, NHL, MLB, NBA, and NCAA say no to sports betting, sue New Jersey

08.07.2012     07:25 AM     Printer Friendly
WTF. According to reports, the NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL and NCAA will sue the state of New Jersey over its plan to legalize sports betting. Stay tuned.

College Football Handicapping: Nebraska's Martinez predicts better passing game

08.07.2012     07:00 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Not one to lack any confidence, Nebraska quarterback Taylor Martinez boldly predicted that he will complete 70% of his passes this season. Only a junior, Martinez has 25 starts under his belt and while better with his feet, it is reasonable to think his accuracy (56% last season) will improve. The Cornhuskers ran the ball on nearly 68% of their plays in 2011 and are obviously looking for more balance. 


“I'm capable of doing that every game if they gave me the chance to,” Martinez said, answering a later question about the loss to the Wildcats. “I've proved I can throw the ball against Oklahoma State and Northwestern. Whatever game we need to throw the ball, I'm capable of doing it.”

“We're just trying to utilize all our weapons,” senior wide receiver Tim Marlowe said. “Our running game was amazing ... but we know to be one of the best offenses in the country, we have to be 50/50. Especially on third downs, to complete passes to keep our long drives going, take the will out of people's

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Tags: College Football Nebraska Cornhuskers Big Ten

Handicapper Teddy Covers talks AFC West betting on the Sportsmemo Podcast

08.06.2012     09:37 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
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Sportsmemo Handicapper Teddy Covers and host Andrew Lange discussed the AFC West Division on Monday's Podcast. You can listen here.

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Investors hint Romney, prediciton markets still lean Obama

08.03.2012     12:41 PM     Printer Friendly
According to some analysts, a recent stock market surge was a possible precursor to Mitt Romney earning the upcoming Presidential nomination. But some of the leading prediction markets aren't so sure. According to InTrade, President Obama is a 58.1% shot to be reelected while Romney sits at just under 40%. Pinnacle has Obama at a -156 favorite (roughly 61%) and Romeny at +144 (41%). And Nate Silver’s blog FiveThirtyEight shows a 70/30 split in favor of Obama.

According to Morgan Stanley chief US equity strategist Adam S. Parker, "[T]here is no other reason now to like stocks than a Romney win."

"The conclusion Parker draws is that investors are betting that Romney will unseat President Obama and bring a more business-friendly environment to the White House," In addition, Cox noted, "[h]istorically,

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CRIS posts Week 1 College Football odds

08.02.2012     02:32 PM     Printer Friendly
CRIS just posted sides for Week 1 college football. According to various reports, the limits are $2,000. Some moves of note: Michigan State was bet up from -4.5 to -6.5 vs. Boise State. Penn State opened -9 vs. Ohio and dropped to -7. Miami opened as a -2 road favorite at Boston College but BC is now -1. Iowa got hit up from -6 to -7 against Northern Illinois (@ Chicago). Washington moved from -12 to -14.5 vs. San Diego State. And Troy opened -3 at UAB but was bet up to -4.5.

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