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College Football Betting: Kentucky opts for two quarterbacks in Week 1

08.22.2013     06:44 AM     Printer Friendly
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Oh boy. Kentucky has decided it will play two quarterbacks in its opener against Western Kentucky. Neither Maxwell Smith nor Jalen Whitlow was able to win the gig during fall camp. And first-year head coach Mark Stoops even said that third-stringer Patrick Towels could play at some point this season if Smith and Whitlow don't pan out. Just to recap, Kentucky is obviously under a new coaching regime, one that wants to completely change its offensive philosophy and play up-tempo. They plan on doing this behind an inexperienced offensive line and a two quarterback system which historically has about a 13.5% success rate. It would be a lot different if the Wildcats played an FCS cupcake in Week 1 but instead, they face a Western Kentucky squad (in Nashville) that won last Read more



Tags: College Football Kentucky Wildcats SEC Western Kentucky Hilltoppers Sun Belt




College Football Betting: Syracuse uses gambling as an excuse to have closed practices

08.21.2013     11:42 AM     Printer Friendly
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Congratulations to Syracuse's football team for winning the Biggest Crock of Shit of the Day award.


"He wanted to close it down because of the reporting on injuries," said Sue Edson, the Assistant Athletics Director/Communications for football. "We have a responsibility to make sure any injury that's out there does not influence betting lines."







Tags: College Football Syracuse Orange ACC




College Football Handicapping: Phil Steele's impact on the betting markets

08.21.2013     06:52 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
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When it comes to college football, there are a lot of unknowns heading into a season. Most bettors know that Alabama will be good and Florida Atlantic will be bad but in between there are a lot of teams that will be far better or worse than the previous year. To pinpoint those teams we use preseason publications to give us a guideline – returning starters, two-deep, new coaches, last season's stats, etc. And no publication is better at providing that information than Phil Steele. But because Steele's work is bettor friendly, it also has a tendency to impact the betting markets. Steele's reasoning for teams going "up" or "down" is hardly groundbreaking but it’s more often than not sound logic. Bettors read Steele, and if they agree with his assessment of a team, they bet on said team be it Week 1, season over/under wins, or odds to win a division and/or conference.

Out of curiosity, we took the 17 teams that made Steele's Most Improved List and checked out the line moves on their Week 1 games (see chart below). Nearly half of them play FCS opponents which as of today aren't lined. For those who do have lined games, we see that Steele's top Read more



Tags: College Football Andrew Lange




College Football Betting: Injuries starting to pile up for Virginia Tech

08.20.2013     02:24 PM     Printer Friendly
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Virginia Tech vs. Alabama -18.5 O/U 45.5

On today's Sportsmemo Podcast (you can listen here) handicapper Brian Edwards mentioned some of the key injuries for Virginia Tech heading into Week 1's showdown in the Georgia Dome against Alabama. Here's a link with all of the details on the Hokies' injuries.




Tags: College Football Virginia Tech Hokies ACC Alabama Crimson Tide SEC




Sports Betting Podcast 8-20-2013 with Handicappers Teddy Covers and Brian Edwards

08.20.2013     10:25 AM     Printer Friendly
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Tuesday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured handicappers Teddy Covers and Brian Edwards. Teddy gave his initial thoughts on the lines for Week 3 of the NFL Preseason. Brian broke down a handful of games for Week 1 of College Football.

Today's segments
Full Show

Teddy Covers - NFL Opening Line Report

Brian Edwards - College Football Week 1 (Saturday Games)

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.




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NCAA Football Handicapping: Auburn Tigers banged up heading into Week 1

08.20.2013     07:11 AM     Printer Friendly
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Washington State at Auburn -15.5 O/U 59.5

A bunch of key injuries for the Auburn Tigers as they prepare for their Week 1 home game against Washington State.


“We stalled out and hit neutral about a week ago with the loss of so many players that are in the starting picture,” Johnson said. “At one point, we had our best pass rusher, our returning tackle leader, our third-best cornerback out…in fact, we practiced one day without three of our four best corners.”







Tags: College Football Auburn Tigers SEC Washington State Cougars PAC-12




College Football Line Moves: Bettors pound Western Kentucky-Kentucky OVER

08.20.2013     07:04 AM     Printer Friendly
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Yesterday CRIS posted totals on all of Week 1's college football games. Not a lot of movement in the betting markets save for a few half-point and full point moves. The one exception was the Kentucky-Western Kentucky game. CRIS opened the game 54.5 but a handful of bets later it shot up to 59.5. It has since settled in at 58.5. There are new coaching staffs on both sides, most notably Kentucky who brought in offensive coordinator Neal Brown. Last year's meeting landed 48 in regulation (WKU won 32-31 in OT) with a closing total of 49.5.




Tags: College Football Kentucky Wildcats SEC Western Kentucky Hilltoppers Sun Belt




College Football Gambling: Texas Tech may start frosh QB vs. SMU

08.20.2013     06:54 AM     Printer Friendly
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Texas Tech -5.5 at SMU O/U 58.5

With projected starting quarterback Michael Brewer (back) unlikely to start Week 1's game against SMU, the Red Raiders may have to go with one of two freshmen signal callers. Here's the lowdown on both QBs.


“Whoever it is, you know we’re going to have a freshman at quarterback,” running back DeAndre Washington said, “so we’re looking forward to taking some pressure off of him. Being able to help him out with his blocking, running, just anything we can to make the transition easier for him.

“I feel like we’ll be good to go with either guy.” 






Tags: College Football Texas Tech Red Raiders Big XII SMU Mustangs




College Football Gambling: Auburn tabs JC transfer Marshall starting QB

08.19.2013     12:57 PM     Printer Friendly
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Junior college transfer Nick Marshall was named Auburn's starting quarterback by first-year head coach Gus Malzahn.


“We’re always going to play to our quarterback’s strengths, but he’s very unique,” Malzahn said. “There’s no doubt, he’s a phenomenal athlete. One of the better athletes I’ve probably gotten a chance to coach at the quarterback position. He’s got a very strong arm, and he’s very calm. The day that we went live, they were flying around him and I was right back there with him and he seemed like it was 7-on-7 mode.”

“We do understand what Nick can do. We think he’s got a lot more upside, that he’ll get better and more comfortable with everything. He’s got some ability to make plays when things break down. And in this league things break down from time to time.”







Tags: College Football Auburn Tigers SEC




College Football Betting Podcast 8-19-2013 with Handicapper Brian Edwards

08.19.2013     09:47 AM     Printer Friendly
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Monday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured handicapper Brian Edwards. Brian and host Andrew Lange broke down Thursday and Friday's Week 1 College Football games.

Today's segments
Brian Edwards - College Football Week 1 (Thu/Fri)

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.




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