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NCAAF Handicapping Notes: Troy not ready to give up on the season

11.09.2011     11:58 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
North Texas at Troy -8 O/U 52.5

Troy is clearly down from past editions but if you stroll through the schedule you'll noticed that in a majority of their games they were either asked to step up in class or put in a difficult situational spot. The question though now becomes, can they rally with four games left? At 2-6, the Trojans are a long shot to make a bowl game even if they win out, and they are all but mathematically eliminated from the Sun Belt title race at 1-3. According to reports, the team is not giving up on the season and for the time being, the youth movement has been put on hold.

If you buy into Troy still having some fight, you are getting a discount at -8 against North Texas. The Trojans were -12 against MTSU earlier in the year and -8.5 at North Texas last year. North Texas meanwhile enters off a bye Read more

Tags: College Football Troy Trojans North Texas Mean Green Sun Belt

College Football Gambling News: Virginia Tech readies for Georgia Tech

11.09.2011     11:32 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Virginia Tech -1 at Georgia Tech O/U 48.5

Some great notes on Virginia Tech's game plan for Thursday's showdown at Georgia Tech. The Hokies have made some personnel changes on defense and had a bye week to prepare for the different looks the Yellow Jackets will use. Head coach Frank Beamer noted that holding onto the football and cashing in at a high rate are critical.

“The defense is always known, but we’re always doubted as an offense,” Thomas said. “Yeah, I think it’s about that time that we go out there and show what we’re capable of. In the previous games we’ve shown we’re capable of putting up a lot of points, Read more

Tags: College Football Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Virginia Tech Hokies ACC

NCAAF Betting Notes: Northwestern knew what Nebraska's offense was running

11.09.2011     08:53 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Desperate for some sort of defensive turnaround, Northwestern was able to pick up on some of Nebraska's offensive signals and used it to its advantage in last week's 28-25 upset in Lincoln. The Wildcats weren't necessarily cheating, they simply picked things out from watching film on the Cornhuskers.

"I kind of caught on that every time we would look over (at Northwestern's defense), they were looking at me for the play or at the sidelines for the play," Martinez said at Nebraska's Monday press conference. "So during the game we kind of mixed up each signal."

"There were some things that we saw from our film study of them that (Martinez) gave away that we thought we could take advantage of," Fitzgerald said. "When they were confirmed I think we took advantage of some of those things."

Tags: College Football Northwestern Wildcats Nebraska Cornhuskers Big Ten

Handicapper Andrew Lange eager for 2011-12 College Basketball season

11.09.2011     07:00 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange blog entry.
The college basketball season kicked off on Monday and I couldn’t be more excited. I didn’t see enough to warrant a service play selection but made a personal wager on the Mississippi State-Eastern Kentucky game and provided free play analysis (a winner!) in the Sportsmemo Blog. There has been some discussion in the Sportsmemo Forum about the theory behind preparing for a college basketball season. Some take a wait-and-see approach and are content to sit back and evaluate the widespread personnel and coaching changes throughout the country. Others wanting to get a jump on oddsmakers and the betting markets will be more aggressive with what are often times viewed as “soft” lines. I don’t necessarily stick to an exact formula. Throughout my preseason work, I usually come across 10-15 teams that I am Read more

Tags: College Basketball Andrew Lange

Handicapper Fairway Jay cashes 20* College Football Game of the Year

11.08.2011     02:13 PM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
We cashed our 20* College Football Game of the Year Saturday in dominating fashion as Virginia (-2.5) ran and rolled over Maryland 31-13. The Terps were held scoreless in the second half, and regular Fairway Followers that read my rushing guidelines in college football know that teams that outrush their opponent by at least a 2-to-1 margin have now covered the pointspread at a 75% clip this season. Virginia dominated at the point of attack, rolling up 527 yards offense at 6.5 yards per play. Running back Perry Jones took the opening play from scrimmage and ran 47 yards for a touchdown to lead the rout as the Cavaliers outrushed the Terrapins 220-84. Maryland’s problems at the point of attack played out perfectly, and we noted additional situations and stats that pointed to a Virginia victory.

Below was my game analysis provided to clients that cashed with our 20* College Football Game of the Year winner. Thanks for the support and we look forward to more winning action in the closing months of the football season with plenty of top play Big Drive’s finding the Fairway and Green.

Saturday we turn our attention to the troubled Maryland Read more

Tags: College Football __ Virginia Cavaliers Maryland Terrapins ACC

College Football Handicapping: Teams seeking bowl eligibility

11.08.2011     01:56 PM     Rob Veno     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Rob Veno

Below is a conference-by-conference list of teams who are close to gaining bowl eligibility. I’ve included a pair of categories: 1) Teams that can get in with a win this week or 2) Desperate teams that need to win two of their final three games to qualify (marked with an asterisk). The team attempting to qualify has their current record in parenthesis next to their name and has their opponent this week with location and point spread. Their remaining games are in italics.

*North Carolina State (5-4) – @ Boston College / Line: NC State -2 / H vs. Clemson & Maryland
Miami (FL) (5-4) - @ Florida State / Line: Miami (FL) +9 / @ South Florida and H vs. Boston College

Big East
Louisville (5-4) – H vs. Pittsburgh / Line: Louisville -3 / @ Connecticut & South Florida
Syracuse (5-4) – H vs. South Florida / Line: Syracuse +3.5 / H vs. Cincinnati and @ Pittsburgh

Big Ten
*Purdue (4-5) – H vs. Ohio State / Line: Ohio State -7 / H vs. Penn State and @ Michigan
*Northwestern (4-5) – H vs. Rice / Read more

Tags: College Football Rob Veno

NCAAF Betting: Oklahoma State won't change offense despite weak Tech run defense

11.08.2011     10:46 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Oklahoma State -17 at Texas Tech O/U 78.5

Despite Texas Tech’s struggles against the run the past two weeks (368 yards vs. Iowa State, 439 yards vs. Texas) don’t expect Oklahoma State to change its offensive game plan by going run first. Offensive coordinator Todd Monken, perhaps playing a little coy, said Texas Tech will be a challenge because what they see in practice is what they’ll see on Saturday. The Cowboys throw the ball nearly 60% of the time though when they do go to the ground, they’ve had above average results (169.8 ypg, 5.3 ypc).

"They've played two power-running football teams (the past two weeks), and there's no denying that presented some problems for them defensively," Oklahoma State offensive coordinator Todd Monken said Monday. "Unfortunately, we're not Read more

Tags: College Football Oklahoma State Cowboys Texas Tech Red Raiders Big XII

NCAA Football Betting Notes: Hawaii offense ravaged by injuries

11.08.2011     09:15 AM     Rob Veno     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Rob Veno blog entry.
Hawaii at Nevada -14 O/U 60.5

Note that last week's game against Utah State really took its toll on Hawaii's offensive personnel.

Royce Pollard, the team's top receiver, is likely out against Nevada on Saturday after suffering a meniscus tear and an ankle injury in the loss to Utah State. He joins fellow wideout Allen Sampson on the injured list. The Warriors have had to move slot receiver Billy Ray Stutzmann to the outside.
"We've lost both our outside guys," McMackin said. "You take your inside guy and put him outside, it throws off your timing. We've got to do a lot of thinking today and overcome that."

"Offensively, we've been devastated," McMackin said. "It's something you've got to overcome. ... Losing Pollard really hurt. He's our best Read more

Tags: College Football Hawaii Warriors Nevada Wolf Pack WAC Rob Veno

College Football Betting Notes: Illinois tries to regain offensive mojo

11.08.2011     08:27 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Michigan at Illinois pk O/U 49.5

The Illinois offense has really fallen on hard times with just 28 points combined the last three weeks (0-3 SU/ATS). This after averaging 34.6 ppg their first six games. Obviously the level of competition defensively has increased with games against Penn State and Ohio State. But the 14-point effort against Purdue was somewhat of a red flag. Oddly, the Illini actually outgained each of their last three opponents. According to offensive coordinator Paul Petrino, who boldly predicted that teams records would be broke in 2011, it comes down to the simple things like blocking and catching. Illinois is all but out of the Leaders Division race at 2-3. They have a big revenge game this weekend with Michigan headed to Champaign. The Wolverines beat the Illini 67-65 in triple OT last season.

"Blocking, Read more

Tags: College Football Illinois Fighting Illini Michigan Wolverines Big Ten

Tuesday College Football Gambling Notes: MAC doubleheader

11.08.2011     06:45 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Two matchups in the MAC tonight with both having postseason implications. Toledo (5-4, 4-1) plays its final home game of the season against Western Michigan (5-4, 3-2). The Rockets are tied atop the West Division with Northern Illinois (6-3, 4-1). After allowing 63 points in last week's loss to the Huskies, Toledo vows for a better defensive performance against the Broncos. That may be tough considering WMU quarterback Alex Carder continues to put up monster numbers. Meanwhile, NIU also acknowledges it will have to play better defense in order to win for a third straight week on the road. Bowling Green (4-5, 2-3) had 10 days to prepare for tonight and says the defense is Read more

Tags: College Football Toledo Rockets Western Michigan Broncos Northern Illinois Huskies Bowling Green Falcons MAC


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