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College Football Betting: LSU in search of more dymanic passing game

08.01.2012     07:51 AM     Printer Friendly
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Over the last few years, LSU's passing game has gone from decent to practically non-existent. In fact, there were only seven teams that averaged fewer pass attempted per game than the Tigers last season and four of those teams run the option. That is all supposed to change in 2012 with projected starting quarterback Zach Mettenberger under center. LSU is expected to open up the offense (who isn't these days?) in search of bigger plays in the passing game. Despite a wealth of athletes and speed, LSU failed to convert a pass play of more than 60 yards last season.




Tags: College Football LSU Tigers SEC




College Football Gambling: Mississippi State Bulldogs Season Over/Under Wins

07.31.2012     12:47 PM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange

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Mississippi State Bulldogs
Recommendation: Over 7.5 wins (+112 at Pinnacle, -125 at 5Dimes)


Mississippi State got a tough draw with having to play Alabama and LSU on the road but in my opinion the remainder of its schedule is very favorable – enough that I bet over 7.5 wins. In fact, while I like what Dan Mullen has been able to do during his three years in Starkville, and I am expecting them to field another solid club, the schedule is set up in a way that if this team matches their output of the last two seasons (a very reasonable request), eight wins or more is a really possibility.

It is likely that Mississippi State will be favored in each of its first seven games. I see wins vs. Jackson State, at Troy, vs. South Alabama, at Kentucky and vs. Middle Tennessee State. Home contests against Auburn and Tennessee will be lined in the -2.5/-3/-3.5 range. If MSU can at least split those two games, we remain in good position to get to eight wins.

The real season starts October 27, when MSU travels to Alabama. Asking for a win in Tuscaloosa is a lot, and I obviously don't project one but note that the Crimson Tide have what could Read more



Tags: College Football Mississippi State Bulldogs SEC Andrew Lange




NCAAF Betting News: New head coach, offensive coordinator and QB at Southern Miss

07.31.2012     11:02 AM     Printer Friendly
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Ellis Johnson is set to begin his first year as head coach at Southern Miss. Johnson most recently served as defensive coordinator at South Carolina and before that Mississippi State. Ellis originally hired Rickey Bustle (ULL HC, Tulane QB) to serve as offensive coordinator but health issues forced Bustle to reduce his role to running backs coach. Steve Buckley will now step in as OC after spending the last five seasons as a high school head coach. According to Buckley, USM will continue to utilize an up-tempo offense. Early reports indicate as many as five quarterbacks are vying for the starting gig.


"When he left with (former head coach Curley Hallman) and went to LSU, I was grooming him to be the next offensive coordinator," former USM coach Jeff Bower said. "He's a really good football coach. He has a good mind. I thought it was just a matter of time before that would happen."

"We're going to be a no-huddle, spread formation-oriented offense

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Tags: College Football Southern Miss Golden Eagles C-USA




Sportsmemo Handicapper Teddy Covers' AFC North Gambling Preview

07.30.2012     02:04 PM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
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Baltimore Ravens
Starting point:
In 2011, the Ravens finished 12-4 SU, 8-7-1 ATS (for the third consecutive year) and 10-6 to the Over. In fact, the Ravens are the only team in the NFL to make the playoffs in each of the last four years, a beacon of stability in a tumultuous league. Not only that, Baltimore has managed to win at least one playoff game in each of those four seasons, and came within a missed Billy Cundiff field goal in the AFC Championship Game of potentially reaching the Super Bowl last season.

Baltimore faced one of the easiest schedules in the league last year, facing only two playoff teams from outside their division all season. The Ravens outgained their opponents by 0.6 yards per play and finished +2 in turnovers. The Ravens also had the #1 red zone defense in the NFL last year, allowing opponents to convert for touchdowns only 38% of the time.

2012 Issues: The single biggest issue for Baltimore in 2012 is how tough their schedule is; a dramatic change compared to last year. The Ravens also have their fourth new defensive coordinator in the last four years (Dean Pees); now that Chuck Pagano is the new Read more



Tags: NFL Baltimore Ravens Pittsburgh Steelers Cincinnati Bengals Cleveland Browns Teddy Covers




College Football Handicapping: Syracuse faces tough, road-heavy schedule

07.30.2012     11:44 AM     Printer Friendly
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After Syracuse's breakdown 2010 campaign that saw them finish 8-5 SU/ATS, the Orange jumped out to a 5-2 start last season including an impressive 49-23 Week 8 win over West Virginia. But the following week, they were blown out at Louisville 27-10 – the first loss in what started an 0-5 SU/ATS run to end the campaign. Expectations are low this season with only 12 returning starters, six true road games and another neutral site affair against USC in New Jersey. 5Dimes has Syracuse's season over/under wins at 5.5un-245. Senior quarterback Ryan Nassib returns after breaking a handful of school records last season. The offensive line returns three starters and needs to improve on last season's 120 ypg rushing and 3.6 ypc.


"I think the team as a whole, and myself, have things to prove," he said in a recent interview at Manley Field House. "Our offense has a lot to prove, because we are better than what we’ve put out there on the field. I

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College Football Betting: Auburn Tigers Season Over/Under Wins

07.27.2012     01:49 PM     Alatex Sports     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Alatex Sports

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Auburn Tigers
Recommendation: Under 7.5 wins (-170 @ Pinnacle, Greek, 5Dimes)


There has been some remarkable staff turnover since head coach Gene Chizik arrived on the Plains, and this year he will once again be breaking in two new coordinators. Longtime Atlanta Falcons assistant Brian VanGorder is the new defensive coordinator and Scot Loeffler, formerly a Temple assistant, is the new offensive coordinator. I’m sure Chizik is confident in the two new hires, but the fact is that neither of them have been a successful coordinator at this level. They are also implementing new schemes – drastically different than what was ran last year – and do not have a lot of experienced players to run them.

Offensively, Auburn struggled in 2011, averaging just 337 yards per game with no stability at the quarterback position. There is still no clear cut #1 signal caller on the roster this year, although it looks as if sophomore Kiehl Frazier will get the starting nod over junior Clint Moseley. Their top offensive weapon, running back Michael Dyer, transferred to Arkansas State, leaving no power back that can handle the ball 30 times per Read more



Tags: College Football Auburn Tigers SEC Brent Crow




College Football Gambling: North Carolina Tar Heels Season O/U Wins

07.27.2012     12:41 PM     Rob Veno     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Rob Veno

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North Carolina Tar Heels
Recommendation: Over 7.5 wins (-125 @ Greek)


Despite being banned from the ACC Championship game and a post season bowl berth, North Carolina players banded together and decided to return to Chapel Hill and play with a purpose this season. That certainly pleased incoming, first year head coach Larry Fedora who will reap the benefits of some great recruiting done by his predecessor Butch Davis. The cupboard is very much full and this Tar Heel squad is a legitimate threat to Virginia Tech which is favored to win the ACC Coastal Division.

After seeing what Clemson OC Chad Morris’ high octane, spread offense did to this conference in his first try, there’s every reason to project Fedora’s version will do the same. Led by sopomoreh QB Bryn Renner, ACC Rookie Player of the Year RB Giovanni Bernard, and an extremely talented and experienced OL, huge numbers figure to be put up by this offense. Renner lost top WR Dwight Jones but he’s got a strong rapport with this returning corps which features three receivers who averaged 20.7+ yards per catch. North Carolina has the type of explosive run/pass Read more



Tags: College Football North Carolina Tar Heels Rob Veno




Handicapper Brent Crow talks SEC West betting on the Sportsmemo Podcast

07.27.2012     12:32 PM     Alatex Sports     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Alatex Sports

Sportsmemo Handicapper Brent Crow and host Andrew Lange discussed the SEC West Division on Friday's Podcast. You can listen here.

2012 SEC West Betting Odds and Returning Starters
SEC West
Season O/U (5Dimes)
Division Odds (Greek)
Returning Off
Returning Def
Alabama
10.5un-140
+150
6*
5
Arkansas
8.5-ov-130
+350
7*
6
Auburn
7ov-130
+1000
6
9
LSU
10ov-145
+175
7
6
Mississippi State
7.5ov-125
+800
5
7
Ole Miss
5.5-un-400
+3000
8*
8
Texas A&M
7un-120
+2500
7
6





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Sports Betting Podcast 7-27-2012 with Brent Crow, Erin Rynning and Alf Musketa

07.27.2012     10:56 AM     Printer Friendly
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Friday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured handicappers Brent Crow, Erin Rynning and Alf Musketa. Brent Crow offered his opinions on the SEC West. ER broke down the MLB card from a betting perspective while Alf discussed Olympic swimming.

Today's segments
Brent Crow - College Football SEC West

Erin Rynning - MLB Every Game on the Board

Alf Musketa - Olympic Swimming

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 Football SEC MLB Brent Crow Erin Rynning Alf Musketa




College Football Gambling: Kansas State Wildcats Season Over/Under Wins

07.27.2012     08:18 AM     Rob Veno     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Rob Veno

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Kansas State Wildcats
Recommendation: Under 8 wins (-165 @ Greek)


2011 was a terrific season for the Wildcats who continued to overachieve under head coach Bill Snyder.  I know it’s like standing on a cliff, lifting one knee to your nose and trying to balance yourself without falling but I’m going to fade KSU here. Underestimating this team is hazardous to the bankroll but I just can’t see this 2012 season producing eight regular season victories. The personnel is there on paper to again be productive offensively, defensively and on special teams but there are multiple areas where last year’s results may not be duplicated.

First and easily the most important is the 317 carries recorded by quarterback Collin Klein. It’s almost impossible to see him surviving the 12-game season if he has to tote the ball that often again. Honestly, it’s hard to see him starting and playing all 12 games if he reduces that number to 250. Klein has the ultimate bullseye on his chest and opposing defenses are going to focus on hitting him repeatedly. Should he get hurt, there’s a pair of freshman behind him with zero Read more



Tags: College Football Kansas State Wildcats Big XII Rob Veno



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