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College Football Handicapping: Week 6 Injury Report

10.02.2013     12:31 PM     Brian Edwards     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Brian Edwards

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Texas quarterback David Ash has been ruled ‘out’ of Thursday’s game at Iowa State due to lingering concussion symptoms. Ash sustained his first concussion in a 40-21 loss at BYU in Week 2. After sitting out a loss to Ole Miss, he returned to start in a 31-21 win over Kansas State. However, Ash suffered a second head injury against the Wildcats and didn’t return in the second half. This means Case McCoy will get the starting nod for the second time this season. Ash has seven touchdown passes compared to two interceptions this season, while McCoy has one TD pass and hasn’t been intercepted. Also, Texas’s best wide receiver, Mike Davis, is ‘questionable’ against the Cylcones. Davis sprained his ankle in the loss to Ole Miss and didn’t play against Kansas St. In the first three games, Davis had 20 receptions for 223 yards and four TDs.

Arkansas quarterback Brandon Allen returned to the lineup in last week’s 45-33 loss to Texas A&M. Allen threw for 282 yards and three TDs against the Aggies, but he was picked off twice. The Razorbacks took the cash as 13.5-point home underdogs. Allen missed a 28-24 loss at Read more



Tags: College Football Brian Edwards




College Football Betting News and Notes - Week 4

09.23.2013     07:21 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange

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It is usually Boise State who sits back and capitalizes on other teams' mistakes not the other way around. Friday's game against Fresno was one of the more sloppy games I've ever seen out of the Broncos yet they somehow covered the number (+3.5) and had a chance to win the game outright. Down 17-10 early in the second quarter, Boise scored a touchdown but failed on a mysterious two-point conversion (note that the final score was 41-40). Miss one two-point conversion and you're likely to go for two again at some point. Midway through the fourth quarter the Broncos cut the lead to 34-32 and had yet another failed two-point conversion. On their next drive they finally cracked the code and put eight on the board but it put them up only six. Fresno would score a touchdown with three minutes left to give them the 41-40 lead for good. All told, Boise was 1-for-3 on two-point conversions, 1-for-4 on fourth down conversions, and committed two turnovers. Happy to kick PATs, Fresno had no turnovers, was 2-for-2 on fourth downs, and moved to 3-0 on the season.

It is hard for serious bettors to be active in laying huge points because there are typically more factors involved than Read more



Tags: College Football Andrew Lange




College Football Handicapping: Estimated Power Ratings as of 8/26/13

08.26.2013     02:08 PM     Printer Friendly
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Submitted by Stat Intelligence

We’ve seen some early week line movements for the debut of college football in 2013 this Thursday. I’ve tweaked our estimated Power Ratings from a few weeks ago as a result.

The numbers you see below assume 3 points for home field advantage. I create a couplet for each game based on the market spread adjusted for home field (or, left alone in the case of neutral site games), then try to place that couplet on “the big board” scale. So…if a team is a 12-point favorite on a neutral field, I make sure those teams are 12 points apart…then try to figure out where they would logically sit in the big picture based on last year’s final numbers…offseason changes…early numbers in the “game of the year” stuff in Vegas for upcoming matchups…etc. If a team is a 12-point favorite at home, then I make sure those teams are 9 points apart.
 
(If you're wondering why I use a universal 3 points for home field Read more



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College Basketbal Betting Free Pick: Auburn Tigers at Alabama Crimson Tide

02.26.2013     12:13 PM     ICC     Printer Friendly
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Auburn +11.5 at Alabama O/U 119
Recommendation: Auburn


Alabama hasn’t been just bad a home chalk in SEC play…they’ve been abysmal! The results don’t lie as the Crimson Tide enter tonight’s rivalry showdown against Auburn on a dreadful 0-6 ATS run in their six SEC home games as favorites. They had single-digit home wins against Tennessee, Arkansas, LSU and Texas A&M – none of which were enough for a pointspread cover as home favorites. Alabama was only able to beat SEC bottom feeders Mississippi State by 8 as 15-point home favorites and South Carolina by 10 as 12-point home favorites. The spot is not good either for the home team tonight. Alabama is coming off a wild triple OT thriller at LSU coming up just short 97-94 after blowing a 10-point lead with 2 minutes left. That isn’t the kind of loss that is easy to rebound from especially when you are talking about a team needing to win by a significant margin.

The Read more



Tags: College Basketball Auburn Tigers Alabama Crimson Tide Ian Cameron




College Foobtall Betting: SEC News and Notes Week 9

10.30.2012     07:34 AM     Alatex Sports     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Alatex Sports

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Two of the three remaining unbeatens in the SEC suffered their first loss of the season last week, leaving Alabama with the only perfect record in the conference. The Crimson Tide handed Mississippi State its first loss of the season, 38-7. Alabama was never really threatened in the game, jumping out to a quick 21-0 lead and suffocating the Mississippi State offense. The Bulldogs avoided a shutout late in the 4th quarter by scoring against the Tide’s backups.

The Georgia Bulldogs took care of the other unbeaten, dispatching Florida in a sloppy 17-9 win. The Gators' inefficient offense did them in, as Georgia forced six turnovers and held Florida to three field goal attempts. Florida had been winning despite their lack of a passing game and its defense did its job again this week, but Georgia's defense continually came up with big play after big play. Georgia now holds the tiebreaker over Florida in the race for the SEC East, and will go to the championship game if they can avoid another SEC loss.

South Carolina got back on track with its win over Tennessee, holding off the Volunteers, 38-35. The Tennessee defense was once again awful, allowing the Read more



Tags: College Football SEC Brent Crow




College Foobtall Betting: SEC News and Notes Week 7

10.17.2012     08:04 AM     Alatex Sports     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Alatex Sports

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The SEC game of the year to date was no letdown, as LSU handed South Carolina its first loss of the year, 23-21. The game was not as close as the final score, with LSU dominating the line of scrimmage the entire game and outgaining the Gamecocks, 406-211. LSU basically gave South Carolina two touchdowns, one after a long interception return and their last one with two minutes left after LSU had taken a nine-point lead. LSU was also forced to attempt four field goals after long drives, making three. Both teams now have tough road games with LSU going to Texas A&M and South Carolina heading to the Swamp to face Florida.

Florida had a tough road win at Vanderbilt last week, getting the pointspread cover when quarterback Jeff Driskel broke a 70-yard touchdown run with 2:20 remaining. Vanderbilt put up 363 yards against the Florida defense, but could not stop the Gator running game, allowing 326 yards rushing on the night.

Texas A&M also had a road win, but its defensive effort was not up to SEC standards. The Aggies jumped out to a 34-7 lead in the second quarter, but allowed Louisiana Tech to come roaring back before holding on for a 59-57 win. A&M had Read more



Tags: College Football SEC Brent Crow




College Foobtall Betting: SEC News and Notes Week 6

10.11.2012     05:51 AM     Alatex Sports     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Alatex Sports

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South Carolina 35-7 blowout of Georgia may have been the most impressive win of the year in SEC play. The Gamecocks jumped out to a 21-0 lead in under ten minutes of action and the Bulldogs’ only tally came with 1:55 left in the game. Georgia had scored 41 points or more in all five of its games before running into a Gamecocks defense that held them to 224 total yards and seven points. The Bulldogs had also gained 1,127 yards their two previous tilts against Vandy and Tennessee. It was a complete domination by the Gamecocks, who now must go to LSU this week to take on the beaten down Tigers.

If LSU’s offensive performance in their 14-6 loss at Florida was indicative of what will happen this week, the Tigers may not cross the 50-yard line against USC. Florida trailed 6-0 at halftime, but used a solid running game to wear down the LSU defense in the second half. Florida ran the ball on 17 of 18 plays in its consecutive scoring drives bridging the 3rd and 4th quarters. Florida QB Jeff Driskel attempted just 12 passes, competing eight for only 61 yards. The Gator defense dominated the LSU offensive line, holding LSU to 42 yards rushing and 200 total yards on the Read more



Tags: College Football SEC Brent Crow




College Foobtall Betting: SEC News and Notes Week 5

10.01.2012     12:31 PM     Alatex Sports     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Alatex Sports

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Arkansas has turned into a downright embarrassment to the SEC now after losing 58-10 to Texas A&M last week. The Hogs have committed 15 turnovers on the season and forced just two. The defense has now allowed over 2,500 yards in five games and there appears to be no answers coming from bankrupt head coach John L. Smith. Arkansas is now a 10-point underdog at Auburn. War Eagle comes in off of a bye after battling LSU to a two-point loss two weeks ago.

The most exciting game of the week was in Athens as 5th ranked Georgia held off Tennessee, 51-44. The two teams combined for 1,038 yards of offense and seven turnovers while scoring six touchdowns on plays longer than 32 yards. The Tennessee run defense was gashed again, as both Georgia running backs had over 130 yards and the Bulldogs finished with 282 yards on the ground.

The other three SEC teams ranked in the top six in the nation – Alabama, LSU, and South Carolina – were in action but not at the top of their respective games. South Carolina actually trailed Kentucky 17-7 at halftime, and the Wildcats were once again without starting quarterback Maxwell Smith, who left during the Cats’ Read more



Tags: College Football SEC Brent Crow




College Football Betting: SEC News and Notes Week 4

09.24.2012     06:35 AM     Alatex Sports     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Alatex Sports

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No real surprises in the SEC this weekend except of course for the ongoing circus currently taking place in Fayetteville. Arkansas got quarterback Tyler Wilson back in the lineup for its non-conference home tilt against Rutgers, but still took it on the chin, 35-26. Wilson threw for 419 yards and three touchdowns, but was also intercepted twice. Arkansas’ defense was torched again, giving up 35 points and 525 yards of total offense to what had been a mediocre Rutgers offense. They have now allowed over 1,800 yards in four games and they face another test this week at Texas A&M.

The closest thing to an upset was Auburn’s near miss at home against LSU. The Tigers fought valiantly, but couldn’t muster enough offense to pull off the upset. Auburn held LSU to 12 points, but their offense had just 183 total yards and committed three turnovers. LSU quarterback Zach Mettenberger didn’t set the world on fire, but finished a solid 15-of-27 for 169 yards and no interceptions in his first SEC road start.

The newest SEC member, Missouri, found out how tough life on the road in the SEC can be at South Carolina. The Gamecocks Read more



Tags: College Football SEC Brent Crow




College Foobtall Betting: SEC News and Notes Week 3

09.17.2012     11:22 AM     Alatex Sports     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Alatex Sports

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It wouldn’t have mattered if Tyler Wilson had played for Arkansas this week against Alabama, as the Crimson Tide overwhelmed the Razorbacks, 52-0. Wilson might have kept the goose egg off the scoreboard, but that’s about it. Arkansas now faces questions about whether or not it quit at the end of the game and the beleaguered defense has allowed 1,300 yards in three games. Alabama gave up just 137 yards and pitched its second straight shutout.

Also impressing this week was the Florida Gators, earning their first win over a ranked team in the Will Muschamp era. Florida piled up 555 yards and outscored Tennessee 27-6 in the second half en route to a 37-20 win. Jeff Driskel played his best game as a Gator and appears to be settling into the job. It will be interesting to see if the Gators build on this offensive performance. They still ran the ball 68% of the time and have attempted only 58 passes in three games.

South Carolina and Georgia remained unbeaten and the Gators’ principle competition in the SEC East. Carolina hammered UAB, 49-6, with Connor Shaw and Dylan Thompson splitting time at quarterback. Georgia pasted Florida Atlantic, Read more



Tags: College Football SEC Brent Crow



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