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College Football Handicapping: Tennessee seeks better offensive balance

09.30.2015     07:39 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Through four games, Tennessee's run/pass ratio is extremely lopsided with 209 rush attempts to only 102 pass attempts. A lot of that was dictated by the opposition as the Vols had big leads against Bowling Green and Western Carolina and were rightfully timid to challenge Florida's top-tier secondary. Saturday would serve as a good opportunity to get the passing game going based on Arkansas's defensive numbers. Against Texas Tech, the Razorbacks allowed 315 yards at 10.2 yards per attempt. There were similar struggles against Texas A&M with the Aggies throwing for 358 yards at a staggering 12.8 yards per attempt.

"Every game has a story to it," DeBord said Tuesday. "The story of that game was we were running the ball very effectively. There were times I could have probably gone to the passing game, but when the running game’s going good, stay with the running game."

"We want to be able to throw the ball more down the field," Jones said. "That's really a big part of us

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Tags: College Football Tennessee Volunteers Arkansas Razorbacks SEC

College Football Gambling: Wyoming walking into buzzsaw with trip to Appalachian State

09.30.2015     07:22 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Following last week's 38-28 home loss to New Mexico in which they allowed 7.44 yards per play, the Wyoming Cowboys are making a slew of personnel changes to their defense. On the school's website, the defensive depth chart (as of Monday) features four redshirt and true freshmen. You can't help but look at Saturday's non-conference road trip to Appalachian State as a "throw away game." The Cowboys are off a league game and have a trip to Air Force on deck. Meanwhile, the Mountaineers are off a 49-0 whipping of Old Dominion and have designated Saturday's game vs. Wyoming as homecoming. The betting markets have jump all over the home favorite with Appy State jumping from -19.5 to -25.5.

“If you feel like you’ve got other guys on the bench right now that can go out and make plays, by gosh we’re going to put the next guy in and give them an opportunity to make some plays,” Bohl said.

Tags: College Football Wyoming Cowboys Mountain West Appalachian State Mountaineers Sun Belt

College Football Betting Podcast 9-29-2015 with Sportsmemo Handicapper Ian Cameron

09.29.2015     10:15 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Tuesday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured Sportsmemo Handicapper Ian Cameron. Ian and host Andrew Lange talked Week 4's Big XII matchups.

Today's segments
Ian Cameron - Big XII Report

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Tags: College Football Big XII Ian Cameron Andrew Lange

NFL players can participate in DFS but can't win more than chump change

09.29.2015     08:35 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Colleges have already come out as saying that athletes aren't allowed to participate in daily fantasy sports. The NFL isn't as strict, though there's a caveat. According to the league office, $250 is the max you can win.

“[F]antasy football games and League or Club-sponsored skills competitions (e.g., racquetball tournaments, ‘Club Olympics’ events) for prizes generally are not considered to be gambling or a gambling-related activity, provided that there is no wagering on the outcome,” the league’s policies for players state. “NFL Personnel may not, however, accept prizes with a value in excess of Two Hundred Fifty Dollars ($250) in any fantasy football game. This prohibition is intended to avoid any appearance of impropriety which may result from participation in fantasy football games by individuals perceived to have an unfair advantage due to their preferential access to information.”

Tags: NFL College Football

College Football Gambling Update: Cal takes big early money for fifth straight week

09.29.2015     08:09 AM     Printer Friendly

Another big early week market move towards the California Golden Bears (3-1 ATS) as they play host to Washington State. Last week, the Bears were bet up from -2 to -5 against Washington. However, late money had the Huskies go off as -1 favorites at some offshore sportsbooks. It was the wrong opinion as Cal won the game 30-24. This week, CRIS opened Cal -13.5 and it has since been bet up to -19.5. Again, we're talking about a Week 4 college football power conference side, not some soft Week 1 Sun Belt total.

College Football Handicapping: Cal Golden Bears remain hot commodity in betting markets

09.22.2015     02:31 PM     View Original Blog

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Tags: College Football California Golden Bears Washington State Cougars PAC-12

College Football Betting Preview: Iowa Hawkeyes at Wisconsin Badgers

09.29.2015     08:00 AM     Alex Smith     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Alex Smith blog entry.
Iowa at Wisconsin
Saturday, 9 am PT - ESPN
CRIS Opener:
Wisconsin -8.5 O/U 47.5
CRIS Current: Wisconsin -6.5 O/U 47
Recommendation: Iowa

Big Ten conference play starts as the Iowa Hawkeyes take their perfect 4-0 record to Madison to battle with the Wisconsin Badgers on Saturday morning. The Hawkeyes unleashed an offensive assault on North Texas last week, scoring 62 points and gaining 488 yards of total offense. Quarterback C.J. Beathard completed his first 15 passes, gaining 278 total yards and 2 TDs while senior running back Jordan Canzeri had a career day, tying a school record with 4 TDs on 22 carries for 115 yards. With the win, Iowa hit the 60-point barrier for the first time since 2012 and begin conference play with a 4-0 record for the first time since 2009.

The Badgers bounced back well from their opening week loss to Alabama with a trio of easy home wins against Miami-Ohio, Troy, and Hawaii. Now Wisconsin will start the league slate at home against an Iowa club that they have beat the last two seasons in Iowa City. Running back Taiwan Deal has filled in nicely with the absence of Read more

Tags: College Football Iowa Hawkeyes Wisonsin Badgers Big Ten Alex B. Smith

College Football Betting Preview: Arizona State Sun Devils at UCLA Bruins

09.29.2015     07:19 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange blog entry.
Arizona State at UCLA
Saturday, 4:30 pm PT - FOX
CRIS Opener:
UCLA -14 O/U 57.5
CRIS Current: UCLA -13.5 O/U 58
Recommendation: Over

In two games against top-tier competition, Arizona State was completely outplayed. In Week 1, Texas A&M outgained the Sun Devils 425 yards (5.31 ypp) to 291 yards (3.55) in a 38-17 loss. And last week, they were again outgained by over a yard per play against USC; saving some face statistically (455 total yards) by picking up yards during garbage time. The conundrum with the Sun Devils is they have a quarterback who can't run and no elite level receivers to offset it in the passing game. It also doesn't help that ASU has coughed up the football on nine occasions including four times against USC. This was a squad that had only 13 turnovers all of last season and a +14 turnover margin. Now after being embarrassed on their home turf they hit the highway to face a team that beat them 62-27 last season.

UCLA had plenty go its way in last week's 56-30 blowout at Arizona. The Bruins forced three turnovers and the Wildcats lost quarterback Anu Solomon in the second Read more

Tags: College Football Arizona State Sun Devils UCLA Bruins PAC-12 Andrew Lange

Football Betting Podcast 9-28-2015 with Sportsmemo Handicappers Teddy Covers and Rob Veno

09.28.2015     10:43 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Monday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured Sportsmemo Handicappers Teddy Covers and Rob Veno. Teddy gave his famed Opening Line Report for Week 4 of the NFL and Rob and host Andrew Lange recapped Week 4 college football.

Today's segments
Full Show

Teddy Covers - NFL Opening Line Report - Week 4

Rob Veno - College Football Recap - Week 3

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Tags: NFL College Football Teddy Covers Rob Veno Andrew Lange

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

09.28.2015     08:16 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers blog entry.
Last week in my Wiseguy Report, I look an in-depth look at the 13 teams that started the college football season 3-0 ATS.   In general, those teams had quite a few commonalities:

“Non-descript teams that aren’t getting much hype or love from the preseason betting markets, the preseason publications or the preseason talking heads.  Teams coming off a bad bowl loss or a late season collapse are definitely worth an extra look, as are teams replacing an experienced, but perhaps underachieving, quarterback.”

I concluded the article with this paragraph: “These early season ATS outliers are NOT likely to continue their red hot runs.  The under-the-radar concept when it comes to finding strong ATS teams in early season play holds sway when it comes to early season results as well.  Many, if not most, of the elite ATS teams in college football this year have already lost at least once against the spread, putting them squarely under-the-radar as potential elite ATS squads moving forward."

If you bet on all 13 of the teams that entered last weekend with a 3-0 ATS mark, you lost money.  Read more

Tags: College Football Teddy Covers

College Football Handicapping: Plenty of true freshmen quarterbacks have taken snaps

09.28.2015     07:15 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
As many as 24 true freshmen have taken snaps this season with a handful currently starting or splitting time. Below are the current stats for those true frosh who have attempted 25 or more passes. Most are playing/starting out of necessity though a few teams are committed to their young signal caller. Washington's Jake Browning and UCLA's Josh Rosen have started since Week 1 and have had their ups and downs. Both were two of the nation's top recruits. Boise State's Brett Rypien was also highly touted and looked very sharp in last week's road win at Virginia. It was only one game but perhaps it was addition by subtraction for the Broncos as original starter Ryan Finley struggled (117.20 rating) prior to getting injured. Another one-game body of work but a positive one as South Carolina's Lorenzo Nunez threw for 184 yards and rushed for 123 yards in a 31-14 win over UCF. We'll see how he does this weekend on the road in Columbia against an SEC defense.

Syracuse - Eric Dungey, 21-36, 58%, 5 TD, 0 INT, 204.03 rating
Boise State - Brett Rypien, 32-44, 73%, 3 TD, 0 INT, 180.57 rating
South Carolina - Lorenzo Nunez, 16-27, 59%, 2 TD, 0 INT, 146.54 Read more

Tags: College Football


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