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College Football Betting Preview: Stanford Cardinal at Colorado Buffaloes

11.04.2015     07:58 AM     ICC     Printer Friendly
Submitted by ICC

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Stanford at Colorado
Saturday, 10 am PT - PAC-12 Network
CRIS Opener:
Stanford -16 O/U 58
CRIS Current: Stanford -16 O/U 59
Recommendation: Colorado

My clients and I cashed an easy winner against Stanford last week in a similar double-digit road chalk role as they needed a last second field goal miss by Washington State to escape Pullman with the win. It was the first spread loss for the Cardinal since the infamous Week 1 loss at Northwestern.

Colorado got its first PAC-12 win of the season a couple weeks ago against Oregon State and then turned with a solid effort in last week’s 35-31 loss at UCLA. Colorado's success on the ground has been hit or miss but they remain committed to running the football and it played a big part in last week's easy cover vs. the Bruins as the Buffs rushed for 242 yards on 56 carries. All told, Colorado has run the ball more than any team in the PAC-12 and while it'll likely be tough sledding against Stanford, the Cardinal aren't nearly as dominant as year's past as they've allowed 4.35 yards per carry in league play.

Spot-wise, it's a dubious one Read more



Tags: College Football Stanford Cardinal Colorado Buffaloes PAC-12 Ian Cameron




College Football Gambling: Kentucky calls players-only meeting

11.04.2015     07:12 AM     Printer Friendly
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For the second straight season, Kentucky looks to be headed in the wrong direction. The Wildcats started 2014 5-1 but failed to make a bowl game after six straight losses to close the season. Similar situation this year as three straight losses have put UK's postseason hopes in question after a 4-1 start. Their last two games have been nothing short of embarrassing as Mississippi State and Tennessee outscored the Cats 94-37. This of course led to the dubious players-only meeting as the team preps for a road trip to Georgia.


“I’m glad we had it," sophomore running back Mikel Horton said, "because half of us were on the same page, and half of us weren’t on the same page. We actually sat down and talked within each other about what we need to fix, what we thought was working and what we think we need to do to make stuff work.”

“We just wanted to kind of reinforce it, just kind of make sure everybody was on the same page and just let everyone know what kind of

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Tags: College Football Kentucky Wildcats Georgia Bulldogs SEC




Teddy Covers' Las Vegas Wiseguy Report: Analyzing bye-less College Football teams

11.02.2015     10:16 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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Seventeen college football teams enter November without having had a single bye week since the start of the season and without a bye this coming week.  Those teams are Arizona, Ball State, Boston College, Colorado, UConn, Eastern Michigan, Florida International, Hawaii, Louisiana Tech, Miami-Ohio, Ole Miss, Nebraska, Penn State, Texas Tech, Western Kentucky, Wisconsin and Wyoming.  Two more teams, North Texas and UMass, haven’t had byes since Week 1; teams that started their seasons a week late, but haven’t had a break since.  Is there anything unique or different about these non-bye squads?  Read on to find out.

Five of the 17 teams listed above don’t have any bye weeks at all.  Florida International, Miami-Ohio, Hawaii (with their 13 game schedule!), Arizona and Colorado will finish the season without a break.  Note that none of those five are going to play in a conference championship game, and only two (Arizona and FIU) have any realistic shot to make a bowl game.  Bye-less teams don’t tend to be very successful.  Most importantly for our purposes, they also don’t tend to cover many pointspreads Read more



Tags: College Football Teddy Covers Las Vegas




College Football Handicapping: 2nd half Kick Off List - Week 9

10.31.2015     07:40 AM     Printer Friendly
To help you with your wagers today, below is a list of teams that receive the kick to start the second half.

2015 College Football 2nd Half Kick Off List - Week 9
Game #
Away Team
Home Team
Receive 2nd Half Kick
123
South Florida
Navy
Navy
125
Marshall
Charlotte
Marshall
127
Troy
Appalachian State
Appalachian State
129
Massachusetts
Ball State
Ball State
131
Rutgers
Wisconsin
Rutgers
133
Nebraska
Purdue
Nebraska
135
Clemson
NC State
Clemson
137
Maryland
Iowa
Maryland
139
Mississippi
Auburn
Mississippi
141
Georgia State
Arkansas State
Arkansas State
143
Central Michigan
Akron
Central Michigan
145
Arizona
Washington
Washington
147
San Diego State
Colorado State
Colorado State
149
Stanford
Washington State
Washington State
151
Georgia
Florida
Georgia
153
USC
California
USC
155
Notre Dame
Temple
Temple
157
Georgia Tech
Virginia
Georgia Tech
159
Oklahoma State
Texas Tech
Oklahoma State
161
Oklahoma
Kansas
Kansas
163
Texas
Iowa State
Texas
165
Illinois
Penn State
Penn State
167
Vanderbilt
Houston
Vanderbilt
169
South Carolina
Texas A&M
South Carolina
171
Tennessee
Kentucky
Tennessee
173
Oregon State
Utah
Oregon State
175
Central Florida
Cincinnati
Cincinnati
177
Syracuse
Florida State
Syracuse
179
Louisiana-Monroe
Louisiana-Lafayette
Louisiana-Lafayette
181
Western Kentucky
Old Dominion
Western Kentucky
183
UTEP
Southern Miss
Southern Miss
185
Florida International
Florida Atlantic
Florida International
187
UTSA
North Texas
UTSA
189
Miami (FL)
Duke
Duke
191
Tulsa
SMU
Tulsa
193
Virginia Tech
Boston College
Boston College
195
Idaho
New Mexico State
New Mexico State
197
Tulane
Memphis
Memphis
199
Michigan
Minnesota
Michigan
201
Boise State
UNLV
Boise State
203
Colorado
UCLA
Colorado
205
Air Force
Hawaii
Air Force





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Sportsmemo's College Football In-Game Discussion - Week 9

10.31.2015     07:34 AM     Printer Friendly
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College Football Gambling Alert: Georgia to start third string QB vs. Florida

10.30.2015     07:24 AM     Printer Friendly
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Despite still being in the SEC East title race, Georgia is expected to start its third-string quarterback against Florida on Saturday. Faton Bauta, who has yet to throw a pass this season, is reportedly getting the nod despite first stringer Grayson Lambert and backup Brice Ramsey being healthy. Bauta is apparently a solid "run threat" who earned the nickname "Tim Tebow Jr." Lambert has taken a lot of heat this season, particularly for his dismal performance (10-of-24, 86 yards) in a rain-soaked blowout loss to Alabama. However, on the season, his QB Rating is a respectable 149.3 and in Week 3 broke a slew of records by completing 24-of-25 passes against South Carolina. The Gators sit atop the SEC East standings at 4-1 with Georgia at 3-2 and the rest of the division with three or more conference losses. Prior to the announcement, Florida was a -2.5 favorite. Sportsbooks have since taken the game off the board.




Tags: College Football Georgia Bulldogs Florida Gators SEC




College Football Betting Preview: Ole Miss Rebels at Auburn Tigers

10.29.2015     08:21 AM     Drew Martin     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Drew Martin

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Ole Miss at Auburn
Saturday, 9 am PT - ESPN
CRIS Opener:
Ole Miss -5 O/U 59
CRIS Current: Ole Miss -7.5 O/U 57.5
Recommendation: Ole Miss

Ole Miss looked like the best team in the SEC last week in large part because left tackle Laremy Tunsil returned from a seven-game suspension. The 6-foot-5, 305-pound All-America candidate played a big part if the Rebels’ 471 total yards in a 23-3 win over Texas A&M. Quarterback Chad Kelly was hurried only twice and sacked once as he threw for 241 yards. Saturday's foe, Auburn, has had major issues applying pressure with its front seven. The Tigers have posted only 11 sacks and 32 sacks both of which rank near the bottom nationally. With Tunsil back, Ole Miss should dominate the line of scrimmage.

Ole Miss' defense doesn't look as disruptive as last year but you can't argue with the production as they've held opponents to 4.28 yards per play on the season and an equally good 4.29 vs. the SEC. Yes, they struggled in the loss to Memphis, but bounced back in a big Read more



Tags: College Football Ole Miss Rebels Auburn Tigers SEC Drew Martin




College Football Betting Preview: USC Trojans at California Golden Bears

10.28.2015     08:18 AM     ICC     Printer Friendly
Submitted by ICC

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USC at California
Saturday, Noon PT - FOX
CRIS Opener:
USC -6.5 O/U 65
CRIS Current: USC -6 O/U 68
Recommendation: Over

The positive response has certainly been there for the USC Trojans in two games since the firing of Steve Sarkisian. USC fell behind Notre Dame 24-10 but came back to take the lead in the second half before letting it slip away in the fourth quarter of a 41-31 loss. However, the Trojans bounced back strong at home against previously undefeated Utah in a decisive 42-24 win. USC outgained Notre Dame and Utah by a combined 141 yards and the offense has been razor sharp with Clay Helton now in charge.

USC’s offense should have success here against a California defense that is improved but still prone to giving up yards and points. The Golden Bears allowed 70 points combined in back-to-back road losses at Utah and UCLA including an alarming 12.4 yards per completion, 7.4 yards per pass attempt, and 259.6 ypg. That will be a problem facing USC quarterback Cody Kessler and wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster (143 receiving yards and a TD last week vs. Utah) who have been a Read more



Tags: College Football USC Trojans California Golden Bears PAC-12 Ian Cameron




College Football Betting: Wyoming to start third string QB vs. Utah State

10.28.2015     07:21 AM     Printer Friendly
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The betting markets LOVE to bet against Wyoming and have an excuse to do so again this week with redshirt freshman quarterback Nick Smith expected to start Friday's game at Utah State. Cameron Coffman (shoulder) was downgraded to doubtful and second stringer Josh Allen (shoulder) is also on the shelf. In limited action, Smith has completed 7-of-21 passes for 53 yards. Utah State opened -23.5 but was bet up to -28.


“Obviously that was my first time experiencing big game speed,” said Smith, who completed 3 of 13 passes for 0 yards that game. “I feel like I was a little nervous more and I kind of let that take over at certain parts. Overall I felt like it was a big learning experience and helped me grow and get past that.”






Tags: College Football Wyoming Cowboys Utah State Aggies Mountain West



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