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College Football Gambling: Wisconsin remains noncommittal on starting quarterback

08.26.2014     07:27 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Last week, reports surfaced that Wisconsin was going to start former safety/JC quarterback Tanner McEvoy ahead of last year's starter Joel Stave. Now head coach Gary Andersen is saying neither one has been anointed the "No. 1 guy." Clearly McEvoy has better upside but Week 1's game vs. LSU is not an ideal environment for a rookie quarterback. At some point, the Badgers may need Stave's experience hence why Andersen hints both guys will likely see the field.

"At the end of the day we're right where we were," Andersen said. "We've got two quarterbacks that I think are going to help this football team throughout the year.

"And whoever takes the first snap doesn't necessarily say he is going to be the guy for the whole season.

"We've got two kids that want to compete and will continue to compete. That's where we're going to stay with it. "

"The offense is built around the offense,

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Tags: College Football Wisconsin Badgers Big Ten

College Football Gambling Update: Tennessee wants offense to focus on tight ends

08.25.2014     12:49 PM     Printer Friendly

Virtually non-existent last year, Tennessee plans on utilizing its tight ends more in 2014. Head coach Butch Jones went so far as to say the offense would be "tight end-oriented." That sounds a bit extreme but also smart considering the Vols now have both talent and depth and the position. It will also in theory help quarterback Justin Worley’s development.

“We want to be a tight end-oriented offense,” Jones said last week. “... Now we have a little bit of depth, but we also have competition there as well, which is great to see. The competition has really elevated the play of a lot of individuals at that particular spot.”

“(Offensive coordinator Mike Bajakian) does a great job of adjusting year-by-year to the strength of the team,” Elder said. “As we play and as we play well, we’re going to be in more multiple tight

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Tags: College Football Tennessee Volunteers SEC

College Fotball Gambling Update: CRIS reopens Ohio State -12.5 at Navy

08.20.2014     07:48 AM     Printer Friendly

A lot of talk over the last 48 hours about how oddsmakers and the betting markets would react to Ohio State's Braxton Miller being out for the year. The Buckeyes were 17-point road favorites at Navy for Week 1 before sportsbooks pulled the game off the board. CRIS just reopened the game -12.5.

College Football Gambling Alert: Sportsbooks take Ohio State-Navy off the board following Miller injury

08.19.2014     07:02 AM     View Original Blog

Ohio State's Braxton Miller reportedly re-injured his shoulder during yesterday's Read more

Tags: College Football Ohio State Buckeyes Big Ten

CFL Betting News and Notes Week 8

08.19.2014     12:58 PM     ICC     Printer Friendly
Submitted by ICC blog entry.
Here are my CFL Week 8 News & Notes as I take a look at each team from a betting perspective.

Toronto Argonauts (3-5 SU, 3-5 ATS)
Toronto had a busy Week 8 by playing two games in the span five days. They took advantage of their bye week by trouncing Winnipeg, 38-21, but the tables turned when BC took advantage of eight days off and really wore down the Argos late en route to a 33-17 win. Quarterback Ricky Ray and his new look receiving corps -- due to multiple injuries -- fired on all cylinders against Winnipeg as Ray tossed four touchdowns. But it was a different story against BC’s stout defense with the Argos scoring just a lone touchdown while also coughing up a few turnovers. Toronto can’t be held to too much blame for the BC loss as the schedule really conspired against them but it doesn’t get easier with a daunting road trip to Edmonton (6-1) on deck.

Montreal Alouettes (1-6 SU, 2-5 ATS)
The change to quarterback Alex Brink didn’t result in a win as the Alouettes notched only 11 points in the loss to Saskatchewan but I did spot some positives with Brink under center. He Read more

Tags: CFL Ian Cameron

College Football Gambling Alert: Sportsbooks take Ohio State-Navy off the board following Miller injury

08.19.2014     07:02 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Ohio State's Braxton Miller reportedly re-injured his shoulder during yesterday's practice and is awaiting results on an MRI. During Braxton's absence last year, the Buckeyes didn't miss a beat with Kenny Guiton (14-2 TD-INT ratio) under center. Guiton however has since graduated leaving redshirt freshman J.T. Barrett as the team's top option. Barrett obviously has no game experience but saw plenty of work in spring practice while Braxton was recovering from offseason shoulder surgery. The Buckeyes open the season at Navy. Prior to Miller's injury, OSU was a 17-point road favorite. Most sportsbooks have since taken the game off the board.

Tags: College Football Ohio State Buckeyes Big Ten

College Football Gambling: Purdue names sophomore Etling starting QB

08.18.2014     12:57 PM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
There weren't many BCS conference passing attacks as bad as Purdue last season as the Boilermakers ranked 108th nationally in QB Rating (111.8). Rob Henry was nothing short of a disaster and midseason the Boilermakers went the youth route with freshman Danny Etling. Etling took his lumps but did close the season strong (67%, 670 yards, 6 TDs, 2 INTs) albeit against much softer competition (Penn State, Illinois, and Indiana). Second-year head coach Darrell Hazell recently named Etling the team's Week 1 starter vs. Western Michigan. The Boilermakers are currently 11-point home chalk.


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Teddy Covers' Las Vegas Wiseguy Report: Recapping NFL Preseason Week 2

08.18.2014     09:49 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers blog entry.
Last week, I wrote about how after a significant five year run of Overs in the preseason, Week 1 of the 2014 preseason brought a 13-4 mark to the Under.  So what happened in Week 2? With 15 games in the books as I write this on Monday morning, Overs have gone 9-6, cashing at a 60% clip throughout the course of the weekend.  That Week 1 run of Unders certainly didn’t last very long.

What’s behind the high scoring affairs from Week 2?  Penalties, penalties and more penalties; with flags up more than 50% from last year through the first two weeks of August.  And the biggest increases in penalties have come via the rule changes tied to pass defense.  Defensive holding, illegal contact and pass interference calls galore have become the new norm. 

The rule changes have most assuredly affected the totals markets for Week 1 of the regular season.  Historically, Week 1 is the lowest scoring week of the first three months of the season (when weather really starts to Read more

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MLB Handicapper Free Play: Seattle Mariners at Detroit Tigers

08.15.2014     07:27 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange blog entry.
Seattle (Paxton) at Detroit (Porcello) -125 O/U 8.5
Recommendation: Under

When healthy, Seattle's James Paxton has all of the tools to succeed at the MLB level. Coming from the left side, Paxton has showcased the ability to miss bats (22 Ks) and command his pitches (5 BBs) throughout his four starts. Yes, the sample is small (24 IP) but lefties who throw in the mid-90's and get ground balls don't grow on trees.  Detroit's Rick Porcello was forced into an extra inning affair last Sunday (2 IP) so should be rested and ready to face the Mariners. He's been very consistent this season and despite not posting big strikeout numbers, his very respectable xFIP (3.70) speaks to his ability to go out and produce quality starts on a consistent basis. I also like the fact that he's really improved his splits vs. lefties -- which the Mariners have a lot of. Lefties are hitting only .244 BA/.299 OBP/.363 SLG vs. the veteran right-hander. With both teams fighting for postseason berths, I project a Read more

Tags: MLB Seattle Mariners Detroit Tigers Andrew Lange

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

08.14.2014     10:04 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
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

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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 blog entry.
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."

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