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College Football Betting: Week 1 line moves

07.29.2015     08:30 AM     Printer Friendly
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Starting to see some movement in the college football betting markets for Week 1. CRIS posted its openers on July 16. Here's a quick rundown of some of the more significant/key line moves.

South Carolina vs. North Carolina (Charlotte)
Opener: South Carolina -1
Current: South Carolina -3

Oklahoma State at Central Michigan
Opener: Oklahoma State -19
Current: Oklahoma State -22.5

Michigan at Utah
Opener: Utah -4.5
Current: Utah -6

Old Dominion at Eastern Michigan
Opener: Eastern Michigan +7
Current: Eastern Michigan +5.5

Florida Atlantic at Tulsa
Opener: Tulsa -6
Current: Tulsa -7-115

Arizona State vs. Texas A&M (Houston)
Opener: Arizona State +3
Current: Arizona State +2.5

UL-Lafayette at Kentucky
Opener: Kentucky -13.5
Current: Kentucky -15.5

Texas at Notre Dame
Opener: Notre Dame -8.5
Current: Notre Dame -10

Purdue at Marshall
Opener: Purdue +8.5
Current: Read more



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College Football Handicapping: Oregon State offense preps new system, quarterback

07.29.2015     08:18 AM     Printer Friendly
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Good article on Oregon State first-year offensive coordinator Dave Baldwin. Baldwin has had OC stints at Colorado State, Utah State, New Mexico, Michigan State, Baylor and Cincinnati. The Beavers lost quarterback Sean Mannion and will be forced to start a freshman under center but return nine starters including their entire offensive line.


“I’m really excited about our O-line,” he says. “Those guys did a great job in the spring. If we can get Isaac and (tackle) Gavin Andrews back (from injuries), we can be talented up there. I’m looking for them to take over in (August training) camp and be leaders for our offensive group.”

“I don’t have an idea exactly who we are yet,” he says. “We spent much of spring just installing our offense. Now we go into (training) camp trying to determine who our quarterback is going to be and who our starters (at other positions) are. You go through that process every first year in a new program.”






Tags: College Football Oregon State Beavers PAC-12




College Football Handicapping: Washington loses starting quarterback Miles

07.28.2015     02:45 PM     Printer Friendly
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The Washington Huskies are projected to take a step back this season following news that quarterback Cyler Miles was retiring due to a lingering hip injury. Miles completed 67% of his passes and posted a 17-4 TD-to-INT ratio last season. The Huskies also lost wide receiver John Ross (knee) who averaged nearly 22 yards per catch and ran back two kickoffs for touchdowns. And then there's the offensive and defensive line with just two of a potential 10 starters slated to return. Washington's season over/under wins is lined at 4.5/5 after going 8-4 during the 2014 regular season. They are currently +10.5 at Boise State for Week 1.


Tags: College Football Washington Huskies PAC-12




College Football Betting Podcast: PAC-12 North and Independent Previews

07.28.2015     11:05 AM     Printer Friendly
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Tuesday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured Sportsmemo Handicappers Ian Cameron and Teddy Covers. Ian, Teddy, and host Andrew Lange previewed the PAC-12 North and Independents.

Today's segments
Ian Cameron - PAC-12 North Preview

Teddy Covers - Independent Preview

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ITunes users can subscribe to the show by searching "Sportsmemo" in the podcast directory.




Tags: College Football PAC-12 Independent Ian Cameron Teddy Covers




College Football Betting Podcast: Big XII Preview with Sportsmemo Handicapper Rob Veno

07.27.2015     11:03 AM     Printer Friendly
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Monday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured Sportsmemo Handicapper Rob Veno. Rob and host Andrew Lange previewed the Big XII.

Today's segments
Rob Veno - Big XII Preview

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Tags: College Football Big XII Rob Veno Andrew Lange




Teddy Covers' Las Vegas Wiseguy Report: Breaking down the NFL's new offensive coordinators Part 2

07.27.2015     08:04 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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Last week in my Wiseguy Report, I wrote about a half dozen offensive coordinator changes in the NFL this past offseason.  This week, I’ll finish my analysis of the other half dozen offensive coordinator changes from around the league, with specific focus on how big of a change and how steep of a learning curve these offenses face.  Coordinators are listed in alphabetical order based on their new teams.

Kyle Shanahan, Atlanta Falcons - Shanahan’s dad was certainly a major factor in Kyle’s first few NFL coordinator jobs; none of which have been particularly successful.  Shanahan worked under Mike Shanahan protégé Gary Kubiak as OC in Houston in 2008-2009, and then worked under his dad for four years with the Redskins.  During that span, his team’s reached the playoffs only once – the ill-fated RG3 injury game against Seattle.  Last year’s debacle in Cleveland didn’t exactly bolster his Read more



Tags: NFL Teddy Covers




College Football Handicapping: Analyzing SEC Bye Weeks

07.24.2015     09:55 AM     Printer Friendly
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In the ultra-competitive SEC, a well or poorly placed bye week can have a big impact on a team's season. Your opponents' bye week can also play a factor back in 2010 we pointed out that Alabama really got the shaft with nearly its entire slate having a bye week before playing the Crimson Tide.

Lets take a look at the entire conference and analyze the potential impact of each squad's bye week.

SEC EAST
Florida
Bye Week: October 24
Prior Game: at LSU
Upcoming Game: at Georgia
Analysis: Per usual, the Gators get a week off before the World's Largest Cocktail Party. It also breaks up a tough stretch of five straight league games, including three on the road. The bad news is Georgia also comes in off a bye.

Kentucky
Bye Week: October 10
Prior Game: vs. Eastern Kentucky
Upcoming Game: (Thu) vs. Auburn
Analysis: Cats with one of the earliest bye weeks in Read more



Tags: College Football SEC




College Football Betting: Kansas Jayhawks should be historically bad

07.23.2015     12:09 PM     Printer Friendly
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Whoa. If you thought Kansas football was in a bad place just wait to you see the cards they were dealt heading into 2015. For starters, the Jayhawks got rid of Charlie Weis and hired David Beaty during the offseason. Beaty had been an assistant at Kansas under Mark Mangino and more recently at Texas A&M (WR). Because of Weis' last ditch efforts to bolster the program with a slew of JC recruits that never panned out, Beaty heads into this season with only 64 scholarship players. Only five players remain from the 2013 recruiting class. To make matter worse, of those 64, a vast majority are fringe Big XII talent. In looking ahead, it's conceivable that Kansas won't be favored in a single game this year, including Week 1's home tilt vs. South Dakota State who is a top 25 FCS program. KU's two other non-conference affairs are at home vs. Memphis who is projected as one of the top teams in the AAC and at Rutgers. The Iowa State game is in Ames though Texas Tech does come to Lawrence. It's no surprise that sportsbooks have priced Kansas' season Read more



Tags: College Football Kansas Jayhawks Big XII




College Football Betting: Texas Tech brings in yet another new defensive coordinator

07.23.2015     08:14 AM     Printer Friendly
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In sticking with our fast offense, bad defense, new coordinator theme, Texas Tech welcomes first-year DC David Gibbs the program's sixth DC since 2009. Gibbs spent the past two seasons at Houston where his stop units forced an incredible 73 turnovers. To compare, the Red Raiders gained only 34 turnovers during the span. TTU's defense was historically bad last season having allowed 45+ points on five occasions including 82 to TCU. Some of the blame can be placed on Kingsbury's offense which obviously plays ultra-fast and over the last two seasons coughed up the football a whopping 61 times. Still, there weren't many teams as incompetent when it came to stopping the opposition (512.7 ypg allowed).


"We knew that he had the track record, had the credibility coming in," Kingsbury said.

Read more



Tags: College Football Texas Tech Red Raiders Big XII




College Football Handicapping: Texas A&M hires former LSU DC Chavis

07.23.2015     07:55 AM     Printer Friendly
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Another high scoring, up-tempo team looking to shore up its defense with a new coordinator. Texas A&M ranked 104th nationally in yards per game allowed last season (450.8) so they decided to bring in former LSU DC John Chavis. The Aggies are projected to return seven defensive starters.


“You’ll see a different defense, a different philosophy,” Sumlin said, citing a more attacking style that will replace A&M’s read-and-react approach last season. “It’s been a great fit for him and for us. The buy-in has been great.”

“The scheme that John has brought in gives them the ability to get upfield. The tough part is, a lot of our linebackers, guys we project as starters, were not there in the spring [because of injuries]. We had a lot of key pieces that didn’t practice.”






Tags: College Football Texas A&M Aggies LSU Tigers SEC



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