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NCAAF Betting Notes: Air Force defense not the same since DC DeRuyter left

10.05.2011     09:51 AM     Printer Friendly
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Air Force at Notre Dame -15 O/U 55.5

During defensive coordinator Tim DeRuyter's three seasons at Air Force, the Falcons held their opposition to 20 points or fewer 23 times (59% of their games). Last season, DeRuyter left for Texas A&M and the stop unit immediately took a step back. In 2010, the Falcons allowed over 200 ypg rushing and posted only 14 sacks (28.6 per year under DeRuyter). This season, despite two FCS opponents, the numbers are once again alarming. Navy racked up 466 yards, 31 first downs and held the ball for nearly 41 minutes. Tennessee State, a bottom feeder FCS program, netted 24 points and nearly 400 yards of offense. TCU hung 35 points in three quarters of work. And South Dakota managed 20 points and 368 yards – double the production they got against Wisconsin. All told, Air Force’s rush defense ranks 113th nationally (227.5 ypg) and will be without three defensive starters for this weekend's trip to Notre Dame.




Tags: College Football Air Force Falcons Mountain West Notre Dame Fighting Irish




College Football Betting Trends: Mid-week Sun Belt league games

10.05.2011     09:21 AM     Printer Friendly
Western Kentucky at Middle Tennessee State -11.5 O/U 54

We posted this betting trend last year with mid-week Sun Belt games going under the total. Last year finished 1-1 O/U and the overall mark since 2005 is 4-14 O/U. Thursday, Western Kentucky travels to Middle Tennessee State with a total of 54.

Sun Belt Mid-Week Game History 2005-10
Away
Home
Score
Total
Result
Middle Tennessee
Arkansas State
ASU 51, MTSU 24
58.5
Over
Troy
Middle Tennessee
TU 42, MTSU 13
63.5
Under
Middle Tennessee
Troy
TU 31, MTSU 7
56
Under
Arkansas State
UL-Monroe
ULM 16, ASU 10
51
Under
Arkansas State
Western Kentucky
ASU 24, WKU 20
51.5
Under
Troy
Middle Tennessee
TU 31, MTSU 17
49.5
Under
Florida Atlantic
Middle Tennessee
MTSU 14, FAU 13
51.5
Under
Troy
Florida Atlantic
TU 30, FAU 17
54
Under
Middle Tennessee
UL-Lafayette
ULL42, MTSU 28
58
Over
Arkansas State
North Texas
ASU 31, NT 27
68
Under
Middle Tennessee
Troy
TU 45, MTSU 7
58.5
Under
Florida Intl
Middle Tennessee
MTSU 7, FIU 6
46
Under
UL-Lafayette
Florida Atlantic
ULL 6, FAU 0
47
Under
UL-Monroe
Florida Atlantic
ULM 28, FAU 21
44.5
Over
Troy
North Texas
UT 13, NT 10
47
Under
Florida Atlantic
UL-Lafayette
FAU 28, ULL 10
48
Under
UL-Lafayette
Arkansas State
ASU 39, ULL 36
53
Over
Florida Intl
Troy
TU 18, FIU 13
45.5
Under




Tags: College Football Western Kentucky Hilltoppers Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders Sun Belt




College Football Pointspread News: UNLV tries to rebound after brutal loss

10.05.2011     09:08 AM     Printer Friendly
UNLV at Nevada -20.5 O/U 56

A week after upsetting Hawaii 40-20 as 17-point underdogs, UNLV regressed in a big way with a 41-16 home loss to Southern Utah as 9.5-point favorites. On Saturday, the Rebels travel to in-state rival Nevada as a big underdog. UNLV head coach Bobby Hauck wasn't shy about how much last week's loss hurt. Nevada has owned the series, winning six straight (5-1 ATS). Despite being outgained 516-294, the Rebels did cover (+20.5) last year's meeting thanks to a late fourth quarter touchdown.

 

"That will never go away," he said. "There are certain ones over the years, both wins and losses, that just hang with you."

"We've had to own up, at least internally, to our last one," he said. "We kind of are getting a feel for who we are, what we are. I think we had a productive week last week in terms of Read more



Tags: College Football UNLV Rebels Mountain West Nevada Wolf Pack WAC




College Football Gambling: Weis plays coy about Gators starting quarterback

10.05.2011     07:41 AM     Printer Friendly
UPDATE

Florida at- LSU- -13.5 O/U 41.5

Earlier this week, Florida head coach Will Muschamp named quarterback Jeff Driskel the starter but according to reports, offensive coordinator Charlie Weis was non-committal. And when the players were asked by the media, they claimed not to know. Sounds as if Weis is trying his best to give LSU something extra to think about.


“Driskel, he has a strong arm and, when things are going bad, he always can get away with his legs and that’s one thing that he can bring to the offense that Johnny B couldn’t,” said receiver Andre Debose. “We have the Read more



Tags: College Football Florida Gators LSU Tigers SEC




NCAAF Pointspread Notes: Maryland wants to slow tempo vs. Georgia Tech

10.05.2011     07:30 AM     Printer Friendly
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Maryland at Georgia Tech -14 O/U 63

Well aware of the effectiveness of Georgia Tech's offense, Maryland has said it wants to play more of a possession game against the Yellow Jackets on Saturday.

Last week marked the third straight lackluster performance by the Terps who were outgained by Towson (378-335) in a 28-3 win. Keep note that Towson's starting quarterback was injured and did not play.


“We’re going to have control the ball also because with that offense you don’t know when you’re going to get it back,” said quarterback Danny O’Brien on Tuesday during Maryland’s media session inside Gossett Team House.

“We’re going to have to be really great on third down, stay on the field and keep our defense off.  Sometimes Read more



Tags: College Football Maryland Terrapins Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets ACC




College Football ATS Notes: Florida State laying double-digits off of bye week

10.05.2011     06:59 AM     Printer Friendly
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Florida State -13 at Wake Forest O/U 49.5

After dropping two straight and then having a much need bye week, Florida State heads to Wake Forest on Saturday as a double-digit road favorite – a role the Seminoles haven't been in since 2008.

FSU quarterback EJ Manuel and wide receiver Bert Reed both went through a full practice on Tuesday. Head coach Jimbo Fisher has not committed to Manuel as the starter.

Wake Forest meanwhile is starting to look more and more like some of Jim Grobe's previous teams – statistically dull but sound across the board. Quarterback Tanner Price took his lumps last year but has this offense on the move (422.5 ypg, 34.5 ppg) . The Demon Read more


Tags: College Football Florida State Seminoles Wake Forest Demon Deacons ACC




NCAAF Betting Update: Iowa's Ferentz appears confident in no-huddle

10.04.2011     02:41 PM     Printer Friendly
UPDATE

Iowa at Penn State -4 O/U 44

Some telling quotes by Iowa head coach Kirk Ferentz regarding his team’s no-huddle offense. No doubt the Hawkeyes have looked the part offensively since the switch but we're always skeptical of teams abruptly changing course midseason and sticking with it – especially when asked to go out on the road against a solid defense.


"That gives birth to a lot of things," Iowa offensive coordinator Ken O'Keefe said Thursday. "We didn't have much of a choice at that particular point in time. It all came together and we figured some stuff out."

"We took some time as a staff and just talked a lot of things out," coach Kirk Ferentz said. "I think we're Read more



Tags: College Football Iowa Hawkeyes Penn State Nittany Lions Big Ten




Oddsmaker says bettors struck gold with big parlays last week

10.04.2011     02:23 PM     Printer Friendly
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Hilton oddsmaker Jay Kornegay says they were hit with countless five- and six-team parlays from last week's NFL action.


"It seemed like everyone had a five or six team parlay cash today," said Las Vegas Hilton executive director Jay Kornegay. "It was almost to the point that when someone came to the window cashing only a four-teamer, I was like, thank you for not having more teams tacked on."

"Our liability on the day wasn’t just from Sunday, "said Kornegay. "We had all kinds of carryover risk from the late college games on Saturday that everyone won with. Even the baseball games have been very profitable for the public as their teams (the favorites) have been covering on the run-line and the games have been going over the total.

"There are a lot of bettors who like to throw cross-sports into their parlays just because the games are on television," Kornegay continued. " So the late Sunday pro football games hurt us, but they had a lot of momentum built in from Read more



Tags: NFL




NCAAF Betting Notes: Ohio State hit with more suspensions

10.04.2011     01:02 PM     Printer Friendly
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Ohio State at Nebraska -11 O/U 55

Ohio State heads to Nebraska this weekend as an 11-point underdog. The Buckeyes welcome back senior left guard Mike Adams but will still be missing a host of key players due to suspensions.


"Obviously, Luke was disappointed," Athletic Director Gene Smith said. "I tried to keep him informed throughout the process, the potential realities that we might be here. He's disappointed, but as you well know he's a fighter and, using his words, a grinder. At the end of the day he understands we have to move on."[END-QUOTE:]






Tags: College Footbal Ohio State Buckeyes Nebraska Cornhuskers Big Ten




College Football Handicapping: Rutgers' coaches familiar with Pitt personnel

10.04.2011     11:52 AM     Printer Friendly
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Pittsburgh -6.5 at Rutgers O/U 53

During the offseason, Rutgers head coach Greg Schiano took advantage of Dave Wanntstedt's firing and picked up three former Pitt coaches including offensive coordinator Frank Cignetti. Meanwhile, Pittsburgh's defense, player-wise, should be familiar with what the Scarlet Knights do on offense.

This game has seen significant line movement as Pitt opened as a 9-point favorite and was bet down to -6.5.

A little quarterback controversy brewing for Rutgers as both Chad Dodd and Gary Nova split reps with the first team on Tuesday.

Schiano has decided to make more changes to his Read more


Tags: College Football Rutgers Scarlet Knights Pittsburgh Panthers Big East



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