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SEC Betting News and Notes: Auburn switches QBs, LSU suspends three

10.21.2011     09:35 AM     Printer Friendly
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Auburn at LSU -21 O/U 47

News and notes for Saturday's SEC contest between Auburn and LSU. Earlier this week, Auburn named Clint Moseley its starting quarterback. They'll also be without the services of starting left guard Jared Cooper who was forced to underdog foot surgery. LSU suspended three players; defensive backs Tharold Simon and Tyrann Mathieu and running back Spender Ware.


"I certainly understand the interest surrounding what seems to be news," Miles said. "The problem with that news is it's internal discipline and internal function of a team. I'm not inclined to be forthcoming with information. I'm not reactionary to the needs of the media Read more



Tags: College Football LSU Tigers Auburn Tigers SEC




NCAAF Betting Previews: West Virginia at Syracuse, NC State at Virginia

10.21.2011     09:05 AM         Printer Friendly
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Here are some game notes, analysis and ATS profiles for your review and interest in this week’s college football action. As always, check injuries, weather, stat profiles and understand the emotional motivation for each contest.

West Virginia -14 at Syracuse O/U 59 (Friday)
West Virginia is on 15-6 ATS run in Big East road games including 5-0 SU/ATS at this site. Visitor has covered six-straight in series. Syracuse is 1-4 ATS this season with its lone cover a fortunate one in OT as touchdown favorites over Wake Forest in Week 1. The Orange upset the Mountaineers last year as a big +13.5 point underdog. Value side may point to Syracuse based on results, but can they slow a WVU offense that has gained at least 480 yards in each of its last five games? The Orange pass defense is currently allowing over 290 passing ypg.

NC State at Virginia -5.5 O/U 52
Value side in this ACC game lies with the Wolfpack, who would have been favored Read more


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NCAAF Betting Notes: Wisconsin settles in as TD favorite at Michigan State

10.21.2011     07:10 AM     Printer Friendly
Wisconsin -7 at Michigan State O/U 49

News, notes and links for Saturday's Big Ten showdown between Wisconsin and Michigan State. Last year, the Spartans handed the Badgers their only regular season loss; 34-24 in East Lansing. Note that Wisconsin closed that game as a 3-point favorite. The Badgers were bet up to as high as a 9-point favorite before settling in at its current number of -7 for Saturday's contest.




Tags: College Football Wisconsin Bagers Michigan State Spartans Big Ten




College Football Gambling Notes: ULL Ragin Cajuns on a roll

10.21.2011     06:19 AM         Printer Friendly
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Louisiana-Lafayette -3 at Western Kentucky O/U 49.5

What’s going on in the Sun Belt Conference? New Louisiana head coach Mark Hudspeth is a candidate for coach of the year with one of the most improved teams in the nation. The Ragin Cajuns are 6-1 and leading the Sun Belt at 4-0 despite being picked to finish last by most prognosticators. Hudspeth was passing coordinator at Mississippi State the past two years and is making a big difference in Lafayette with improved play and increased attendance.

Last year, the Ragin Cajuns scored a season high of 31 points; this year they have scored 30 or more six times. Still, their offensive yards per game (337) are down from last year, but the defense is much improved allowing 350 ypg and less than 5 yards per play (despite allowing 666 to Oklahoma State).

Western Kentucky has lost 18 straight home games and enters this week’s contest off back-to-back road wins as underdog; not a Read more


Tags: College Football UL-Lafayette Ragin Cajuns Western Kentucky Hilltoppers Sun Belt __




College Football Gambling: New Louisville OC will use West Coast offense

10.20.2011     07:08 AM     Printer Friendly
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Rutgers at Louisville -2 O/U 40

Following the dismal of offensive coordinator Mike Sanford, the Louisville Cardinals will move forward with quarterbacks coach Shawn Watson. Watson has experience calling plays with past gigs at both Colorado and Nebraska. He has a track record with the West Coast offense and appears ready to integrate it into the team's game plan. The Cardinals could use a boost as the offense has failed to top 24 points in a single game this season.


“I’ve always kept the principles of the West Coast passing system because I believe in them so much,” Watson said. “It’s the best in ball — the method in which it’s taught and how it plays to the quarterback — so I’ll never leave that because I’m Read more



Tags: College Football Louisville Cardinals Rutgers Scarlet Knights Big East




NCAAF Betting Notes: Oregon State defense hammered by injuries

10.20.2011     06:56 AM     Printer Friendly
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Oregon State vs. Washington State -3 O/U 59

Good article on Oregon State's injury woes on the defensive side of the football and the adjustments being made for this weekend's game against Washington State in Seattle.


Injuries have knocked out starting defensive tackle Castro Masaniai (broken leg bone), left linebackers Cameron Collins (groin) and Feti Unga (calf) questionable for Saturday’s game against the Cougars in Seattle’s CenturyLink Field and there was more shuffling of the safeties, with Lance Mitchell (abdomen), Ryan Murphy (shoulder) and Anthony Watkins (shoulder), all hampered by various ailments.





Tags: College Football Oregon State Beavers Washington State Cougars PAC-12




College Football Betting: Kicking concerns for both UCLA and Arizona

10.20.2011     06:45 AM     Rob Veno     Printer Friendly
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UCLA at Arizona -4 O/U 62

Some kicking game concerns for both UCLA and Arizona.


With UCLA kicker Kip Smith still out with a hip flexor issue, the Bruins have found a new kicker in former UCLA soccer manager Tyler Gonzalez.

The Cinderella story got off to a good start with Gonzalez making both his PATs against Washington State two weekends ago, and it will continue as Gonzalez takes over kicking duties for Thursday's battle with Arizona.

John Bonano has been named the starting kicker for Arizona for this week's game, replacing the struggling Alex Zendejas – who had previously replaced Jaime Read more



Tags: College Football Arizona Wildcats UCLA Bruins PAC-12 Rob Veno




NCAAF Handicapper Free Play: Penn State Nittany Lions at Northwestern Wildcats

10.20.2011     06:07 AM     ER Sports     Printer Friendly
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Penn State -4 at Northwestern O/U 47.5
Recommendation: Over


In the midst of a four-game losing streak, Northwestern has been one of the more disappointing teams in college football this season. The main reason for their downfall has been defense or lack thereof as they’ve surrendered 142 the last four weeks. By routinely allowing big plays (nearly 20 plays of 30+ yards) it has translated into a host of high scoring games. Meanwhile, the offense is starting to hit its stride (933 total yards last two games) with senior signal caller Dan Persa. They’re a difficult team to defend with a multitude of formations – all made possible because of a sturdy offensive line.

To date, Penn State has been the epitome of an “under team” with a 0-6-1 O/U mark. Only an ultra-low total of 41 (push) last week against Purdue kept the Nittany Lions from cashing unders in all seven games. The offense continues to be a work in progress Read more


Tags: College Football Penn State Nittany Lions Northwestern Wildcats Big Ten Erin Rynning




College Football Handicapping: Running the ball for profits

10.19.2011     08:08 AM         Printer Friendly
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Last week I posted a blog on some college football ATS notes in reference to rushing success. The profits continued this past week for teams that were able to outrush their opponent by at least a 2-to-1 margin. These "power runners" that doubled-up their opponent in the ground game went 19-3 ATS. Following a 21-3 ATS the week prior, this profile has now gone 128-37, 77% ATS this season. Know that last season, with a sample size of nearly 300 games, those teams that outrushed their opponent by at least a 2-to-1 margin covered the pointspread 74% of the time.

A few games and teams of note last week: Northern Illinois rushed for 494 yards (9.1 ypr) in its 51-22 whipping of Western Michigan – as a small home underdog. Temple rushed for 400 yards in a 34-0 shutout of Buffalo, and UL Monroe (+9) surprised Troy 38-10 on the road with a 248 to -14 rushing yards advantage. Another big underdog that won outright was Eastern Michigan (+14) over Central Michigan, 35-28. Both teams were allowing 158 rushing ypg entering the game, but Eastern Michigan (209, 4.7) had a stronger ground game than Central Michigan (117, 4.1) from a statistical stand point. EMU rushed for Read more


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Kentucky uses Danny Sheridan pointspread blunder for motivation

10.19.2011     07:55 AM     Printer Friendly
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Things are kind of bleak for the Kentucky Wildcats these days so what better way to find motivation than oddsmaker extraordinaire Danny Sheridan and his super-sharp lines. It appears that in a recent USA Today, Sheridan's "odds" priced the Wildcats as 9-point home underdogs against FCS Jacksonville State. Some of the UK players, not knowing it was an obvious gaffe, took it personal and were reportedly "mad" about the situation viewing it as a sign of disrespect. We're not sure what the line real line should be but considering Jacksonville State is 5-1 and won at Ole Miss last year, AND Kentucky struggled to get past Western Kentucky....hey wait, maybe that goof ball Sheridan was right! Just kidding. Hilton currently has the Cats -10 according to our Sports Options screen. Kentucky returns to SEC action next week at home against Mississippi State.


“Oh. Well, that’s how we were taking it – 9-point underdogs or something like that,” he said. “That was our motivation, so I’m going to keep it Read more



Tags: College Football Kentucky Wildcats SEC



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