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Football Betting Podcast 8-14-2014 with Sportsmemo Handicappers Paul Stone and Ian Cameron

08.14.2014     10:04 AM     Printer Friendly
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Thursday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured Sportsmemo Handicappers Paul Stone and Ian Cameron. Paul and host Andrew Lange previewed the Big XII while Ian talked CFL Week 8.

Today's segments
Full Show

Paul Stone - Big XII Preview

Ian Cameron - CFL Week 8

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 CFL Big XII Paul Stone Ian Cameron




College Football Handicapping: Texas Tech names Webb starting QB

08.14.2014     06:17 AM     Printer Friendly
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Texas Tech's quarterback situation appears more settled this season with Davis Webb recently named the team's starter. Webb, who won Holiday Bowl MVP honors, split time with Baker Mayfield, who bolted for Oklahoma. Both players were freshmen last season which played a big part in TTU's -14 turnover margin (123rd nationally). The Red Raiders were also prone to frequent penalties (75.2 penalty yards per game, 124th nationally).


"He's got a chance to be really, really good this year," Kingsbury said. "He's not going to try to take off all of the time out of the pocket. That's not really his game. He plays to his strengths, which is smart."





Tags: College Football Texas Tech Red Raiders Big XII




College Football Handicapping: West Virginia Mountaineers Season O/U Wins

08.13.2014     08:30 AM     Paul Stone     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Paul Stone

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Sportsmemo's newest handicapper, Paul Stone, has posted a College Football Season Over/Under Wins Report that includes six recommendations and written analysis. You can purchase Paul's report for only $99. The report will be included for free with purchase of Stone’s August/September CFB ($299) or Full Season ($999). Below is a free recommendation.

West Virginia UNDER 4.5 (-120 at Heritage, -135 at Bookmaker)

Prior to becoming the main man on campus in Morgantown in 2011, Dana Holgorsen gained a deserved reputation as an offensive guru during stops at Texas Tech, Houston and Oklahoma State. Suffice it to say, things have not gone as planned in his first three years as the Mountaineers' gridiron CEO. After going 15-3 in his first season and a half, Holgorsen's troops have sputtered and stumbled to a 6-14 mark over their past 20 games, with few reasons for optimism during 2014. Over the past two seasons, a porous West Virginia defense has given up an average of 40.5 points per game in conference play, while the offense has been unable to replace the likes of departed star Read more


Tags: College Football West Virginia Mountaineers Big XII Paul Stone




CFL Betting News and Notes Week 7

08.12.2014     02:50 PM     Printer Friendly
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Here are my Week 7 CFL News and Notes as we examine each team from a betting perspective.

Toronto Argonauts (2-4 SU, 2-4 ATS)
Toronto comes off its bye week to host Winnipeg and BC this week, playing two home games in a five-day span. It will be interesting to see how the Argos deal with this odd scheduling quirk. They aren’t any healthier at wide receiver but perhaps the extra week to prepare and practice can allow veteran quarterback Ricky Ray to gain some semblance of chemistry and cohesion with his new pass catchers.

Montreal Alouettes (1-5 SU, 1-5 ATS)
Montreal simply can’t compete with any good team in the CFL right now until its gets some sort of traction offensively. The Alouettes lost 33-23 to the Edmonton Eskimos at home last week in a game that could have been much worse but Edmonton clearly took its foot off the gas pedal after a 30-8 halftime lead. Quarterback Troy Smith struggled but he’s not the only one to blame. They can’t run the football, no receivers are getting open downfield, the offensive line isn’t holding up, and their play calling has been atrocious. Montreal Read more


Tags: CFL Ian Cameron




Football Betting Podcast 8-6-2014 with Sportsmemo Handicappers Rob Veno and Erin Rynning

08.06.2014     11:02 AM     Printer Friendly
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Wednesday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured Sportsmemo Handicappers Rob Veno and Erin Rynning. Rob and host Andrew Lange broke down the Sun Belt while ER talked Big Ten East.

Today's segments
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Rob Veno - Sun Belt Preview

Erin Rynning - Big Ten East Preview

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Tags: College Football Sun Belt Big Ten Rob Veno Erin Rynning




College Football Handicapping: Iowa in search of big plays in 2014

08.06.2014     06:08 AM     Printer Friendly
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Iowa's offense made strides last year, increasing 66.5 yards per game from 2012. But offensive coordinator Greg Davis is asking for a lot more, particularly when it comes to picking up big chunks of yards. Last season Iowa had only 45 plays from scrimmage that went for 20 yards or more (102nd nationally).


“I always want to see more production,” he said, noting that the unit should improve if only because “they’re much more comfortable [with the system].”

“You hope [improvement] happens, that’s the biggest thing,” starting quarterback Jake Rudock said. “We have a lot of guys coming back, which I think is helpful. And I think it allows for the ability to potentially do more.”





Tags: College Football Iowa Hawkeyes Big Ten




MLB Handicapper Free Play: New York Yankees at Texas Rangers

07.30.2014     10:23 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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NY Yankees (Kuroda) -135 at Texas (Lewis) O/U 9
Recommendation: New York


The Rangers have been consistent losers for months; an easy team to fade in this ‘short underdog’ price range.  They rallied for seven runs in the final three innings against the Yankees bullpen last night but still came up a run short, when Adrian Beltre’s long fly ball with the bases loaded in the ninth was caught on the warning track.

Frustrating losses aren’t new or different for Ron Washington’s squad this year.  They are 3-8 in their last eleven games since the All Star Break; 7-30 since they were last at .500 back on June 16th.  When a team that expected to compete for the playoffs goes 23 games under .500 in less than seven weeks, you know that they’re in full-on tank mode.

The Rangers have a legitimate home field disadvantage these days, because the home field is priced into their lines but they aren’t winning games on this field Read more


Tags: MLB New York Yankees Texas Rangers Teddy Covers




CFL Week 5 Betting News and Notes

07.30.2014     07:18 AM     Printer Friendly
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Here is my Week 5 CFL News and Notes as we examine each team from a betting perspective.

Toronto Argonauts (1-4 SU, 1-4 ATS)
Toronto just can’t be expected to be competitive and move the football offensively until they get some of their injury-decimated receiving corps back. Saskatchewan drilled Toronto 37-9 on Saturday night as quarterback Ricky Ray and the Argos’ struggling offense once again sputtered with stalled drives, turnovers, and penalties throughout the game. They got off to a horrible start an interception and fumble on their first two drives which led directly to Saskatchewan touchdowns. The revamped defense struggled and is being asked to carry a team that when healthy is very capable offensively. There is a possibility that not a single one of Toronto’s top four wideouts will return vs. Montreal. Head coach Scott Milanovich held an impromptu meeting with the team’s veteran players prior to the blowout loss against Saskatchewan and it didn’t help. Toronto is saying the right things this week but a third straight road game in as many weeks against a rested and ready Montreal squad won’t be Read more


Tags: CFL Ian Cameron




NFL Gambling: A look back at last year's 20* winner on Kansas City Over 7.5 wins

07.29.2014     07:19 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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Below is Teddy Covers' write-up for last year's NFL Season O/U Wins Report 20* winner. This year's report is currently available for purchase and will be released this afternoon. Teddy includes in-depth written analysis on all of plays.


20* Big Ticket: Kansas City OVER 7.5 Wins

The Chiefs are the poster child for the ‘expected to be the most improved team in the NFL’ category.  Quite literally, just about every statistic and metric that we have to predict NFL success or failure points towards an immediate turnaround in Kansas City this fall.  And when we start to break down the offseason moves for KC, the case for dramatic improvement is perfectly clear.

It all starts with last year, when KC was an injury riddled mess with a lame duck head coach and a consistent void at the quarterback position.  The Chiefs were tied dead last in the NFL in turnover margin in 2012, finishing with an average of -1.5 turnover differential per game.  Only five players started all 16 games; fewer than the number of players who finished the season on injured Read more



Tags: NFL Kansas City Chiefs Teddy Covers




NFL Gambling: The impact quarterbacks have on Season Over/Under Win totals Part I

07.28.2014     06:59 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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I’ve been writing about NFL Season Win Totals for the last few weeks, using what I call “advanced metric schedule analysis.”  This week, the time has come to write about another stage of the 2014 pre-preseason team analysis that affects every win total on the board – quarterbacks.

Why quarterbacks?  Because more than ever, in the modern ‘pass happy’ era of NFL Football, the quarterback is the most important position on any team.  Of course a great quarterback can’t be great without a decent receiving corps or a decent offensive line, so those must be included in the equation when discussing quarterbacks. 

Here’s what I wrote last year in this space:

“The pecking order for NFL quarterbacks is well established.  Most of the best quarterbacks play for the best teams.  Peyton Manning in Denver, Eli Manning in New York, Tom Brady in New England, Aaron Rodgers in Green Bay, Ben Roethlisberger in Pittsburgh, Drew Brees in New Orleans and Joe Flacco in Baltimore all wear Super Bowl rings.  All seven guys play for teams that are perennial playoff teams, and all seven of Read more


Tags: NFL Teddy Covers



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