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College Football Betting Preview: North Texas Mean Green at Iowa Hawkeyes

09.23.2015     09:29 AM     Otto Sports     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Otto Sports

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North Texas at Iowa
Saturday, 12:30 pm PT - ESPNU
CRIS Opener:
Iowa -24.5 O/U 51
CRIS Current: Iowa -24.5 O/U 54
Recommendation: Under

In order to get this game over the current total of 54, you'll need faith that North Texas can not only move the football but put points on the board. Dating back to last season, the Mean Green haven't been able to do either. Last season, playing in defense-less C-USA, North Texas averaged only 21.9 ppg. This season, they managed only 240 total yards against a well below average SMU defense and last week struggled for three quarter to score against another sub-par defense in Rice. Had it not been for a garbage time 93-yard touchdown pass, North Texas may not have topped 400 yards of offense. Now they go on the road to face a very capable Iowa defense.

North Texas is in a bind because quarterback Andrew McNulty is completing 50% of his passes meaning in order to stick around, they'll need to run the football. The problem with that is Iowa hasn't allowed anything on the ground this season with three opponents combining for 153 yards at 1.87 ypc. Barring any short Read more



Tags: College Football North Texas Mean Green C-USA Iowa Hawkeyes Big Ten OTTO Sports




College Football Betting Preview: Maryland Terrapins at West Virginia Mountaineers

09.22.2015     07:24 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
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Maryland at West Virginia
Saturday, Noon PT - FS-1
CRIS Opener:
West Virginia -16 O/U 59
CRIS Current: West Virginia -16.5 O/U 60
Recommendation: West Virginia

Following two easy wins and a bye week, West Virginia takes a small step up in class as it plays host to rival Maryland. Following Week 2's embarrassing 48-27 loss to Bowling Green, the Terps bounced back with a 35-17 win over South Florida.

Heading into last week's game, Maryland made a switch at quarterback as Caleb Rowe stepped in for Perry Hills. Rowe seemed to make a positive impact as the passing game produced nearly 300 yards and four touchdowns. It was far from a perfect showing however as Rowe tossed three interceptions (16-15 TD-INT career ratio), the team fumbled three times but managed to regain possession in each instance, the ground game produced a dismal 114 yards on 3.4 ypc, and UM committed 12 penalties for 120 yards. Maryland will need a much cleaner performance if it is going to compete in Morgantown.

Not much of a body of work for West Virginia though Week 1's blowout win over Georgia Southern Read more



Tags: College Football Maryland Terrapins Big Ten West Virginia Mountaineers Big XII Andrew Lange




Teddy Covers' Las Vegas Wiseguy Report: Early season college football money makers

09.21.2015     09:15 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
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We’re already a quarter of the way through the college football season, with the first three weekends in the rear view mirror.  In this week’s Wiseguy Report, I’m going to focus on the early season pointspread outliers.  Of the 128 FBS teams that we see lines on every week, 13 have gone 3-0 ATS to open the season. Ten have gone 0-3 ATS.  Because of space limitations, I’m going to focus on the 3-0 teams this week, while taking a closer look at the struggling ATS squads in next week’s article. 

What should we expect from these hot ATS teams moving forward?  And how can we look for those outlier teams from the get-go next year?  Read on to find out.

Ole Miss, NC State, Northwestern, Ohio, Air Force, BYU, Buffalo, Middle Tennessee State, Rice, Southern Miss, Washington, Central Michigan and SMU.  The only obvious commonality between those 13 squads is their 3-0 ATS mark.  I could easily add the likes of Texas Tech and Colorado State to this list, both 2-0-1 ATS.  And 2-0 ATS Navy hasn’t played three games yet; worthy of inclusion into this discussion. 

Even if we Read more



Tags: College Football Teddy Covers Las Vegas




Football Handicapping: Big early season profits

09.21.2015     09:10 AM     Otto Sports     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Otto Sports

What a start to the season! As a handicapper, it's never a bad thing to be red hot and have some bounces go your way which is exactly what has happened the first few weeks of the season as I've produced a combined 13-1 record and +18.3 units of profit in both college and pro football. Is winning at a 90%+ clip sustainable? No. I've been betting for well over a decade and I know how difficult it is to win at a high clip for extended stretches. That said, after tweaking a few parts of my handicap during the offseason, I've been able to put myself in high percentage situations and will do my best to maintain that moving forward. As you can see with the results below, I don't release a lot of plays --- something I do by design. My goal as a handicapper has always been to put my clients in the best position to profit and I feel that by identifying and isolating my strongest plays there's a higher probability to not only profit but minimize the damage when I do come up short. I'm really looking forward to the upcoming week and encourage anyone who is interested to be a part of my service which you can check out on my home Read more



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College Football Betting Preview: South Carolina Gamecocks at Georgia Bulldogs

09.17.2015     02:28 PM     Alatex Sports     Printer Friendly
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South Carolina at Georgia
Saturday, 3 pm PT - ESPN
CRIS Opener:
Georgia -15 O/U 55.5
CRIS Current: Georgia -16.5 O/U 51.5
Recommendation: South Carolina

South Carolina-Georgia has become one of the better rivalries in the SEC and usually is a big factor in the SEC East race. South Carolina has won four of the past five meetings, including a 38-35 upset win last year as 6.5 point underdogs. The point spread this year is totally out of character for this series, with four straight meetings showing a line of three or less until last year’s 6.5.

Obviously the state of the South Carolina quarterback situation is the biggest factor in the huge number here. Former walkon Perry Orth took over for starter Connor Mitch last week after Mitch separated his shoulder in the 2nd quarter.  Orth had good numbers in the loss to Kentucky, going 13-20 for 179 and a touchdown after taking over. He also through a late interception to seal the 26-22 loss. Orth looked like a serviceable quarterback and Spurrier will coach him up this week, so I would expect the Gamecocks to be fine on Read more



Tags: College Football South Carolina Gamecocks Georgia Bulldogs SEC Brent Crow




College Football Gambling: Rutgers suspends head coach Flood

09.17.2015     06:54 AM     Printer Friendly
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Rutgers announced that head coach Kyle Flood will be suspended for three games following impermissible contact with a university professor. Adding to the Scarlet Knights' misery is the amount of players currently suspended including top pass catcher Leonte Carroo and half of the secondary. Flood however will still be allowed to participate in practice and team meetings. Pick your poison this weekend, bettors: Rutgers' drama or Penn State as a double-digit favorite.




Tags: College Football Rutgers Scarlet Knights Penn State Nittany Lions Big Ten




College Football Handicapping: Penn State's Franklin steps up role with offense

09.17.2015     06:45 AM     Printer Friendly
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Heading into last week's game vs. Buffalo, Penn State head coach James Franklin had said that he was going to be more involved with the offense's play calling. The end result was so-so at best. Let's first take into account that Buffalo grades out as an average MAC defense. The Nittany Lions produced only 328 total yards and Christian Hackenberg was a pedestrian 14-of-27 for 128 yards. The positive was that the offensive line didn't allow a sack after giving up 10 in the opener against Temple. In our opinion, PSU's struggles aren't related to poor play calling or lack of variety but rather heavy limitations as they attempt to move the football behind a weak o-line. Saturday's game will be a good indication if there is the potential for improvement as Rutgers' short-handed secondary allowed 478 passing yards to Washington State in Week 2.


"John's in the booth, he calls the plays," Franklin said following Wednesday's practice. "They'll be recommendations, but for the most part, he calls the

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Tags: College Football Penn State Nittany Lions Rutgers Scarlet Knights Big Ten




College Football Betting Podcast 9-16-2015 with Sportsmemo Handicappers Drew Martin and Erin Rynning

09.16.2015     11:56 AM     Printer Friendly
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Wednesday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured Sportsmemo Handicapper Drew Martin and Erin Rynning. Drew, ER, and host Andrew Lange provided a breakdown of the Sun Belt, C-USA, and the Big Ten.

Today's segments
Drew Martin - Sun Belt and C-USA Report

Erin Rynning - Big Ten Report

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 Sun Belt C-USA Big Ten Drew Martin Erin Rynning Andrew Lange




College Football Betting Preview: Illinois Fighting Illini at North Carolina Tar Heels

09.16.2015     08:41 AM     Otto Sports     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Otto Sports

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Illinois at North Carolina
Saturday, 9 am PT - ESPN2
CRIS Opener:
North Carolina -6.5 O/U 63
CRIS Current: North Carolina -9.5 O/U 64.5
Recommendation: Over

It's hard to even been remotely impressed with Illinois' defensive numbers thus far as it held woeful Kent State and FCS Western Illinois to a combined three points. Go back to last season and eliminate games against FCS Youngstown State and offensively inept Penn State and we see that the Illini allowed over 37 ppg. Even when accounting for better health, a fresh start, and natural improvement, the Illini still grade out as one of the weaker power conference stop units. The step up in class this weekend is so dramatic that I have a difficult time envisioning much in the way of resistance.
 
North Carolina's offense that is poised for big things with virtually their entire unit back from a year ago. In Week 1, the Tar Heels managed only 13 points against South Carolina but turnovers and failures inside the red zone hampered their output. They had no difficulty moving the football with an average of nearly 7 yards per play. Read more



Tags: College Football Illinois Fighting Illini Big Ten North Carolina Tar Heels ACC OTTO Sports




College Football Handicapping: Air Force goes with backup QB, Michigan State has inside knowledge of option

09.16.2015     07:30 AM     Printer Friendly
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A couple of interesting angles to consider for Saturday's Air Force-Michigan State game. To start, the Falcons lost starting quarterback Nate Romine to a knee injury and will go with backup Karson Roberts. Roberts gets good marks as a runner but even though Air Force is obviously run-based, he's shown absolutely no ability to throw the football which is concerning with the Falcons likely to be trailing by margin at some point. Also is play is MSU defensive line coach Ron Burton who is well-versed in AFA's system having coached there for over a decade. According to reports, Sparty has been prepping for the option dating back to the summer. A few sportsbooks have chucked up the side with Michigan State -26.5. Still no total available.


“You’re always concerned (about cut-blocks), but that’s football. That’s why we’ve worked on these things every other day in summer practice,” said

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Tags: College Football Air Force Falcons Mountain West Michigan State Spartans Big Ten



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