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College Football Gambling: Texas' Strong says it'll take time to build a contender

04.22.2014     12:35 PM     Printer Friendly
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Before you plunk down $100 to win $6,000 (available at 5Dimes) on Texas to win the 2015 BCS National Championship, you may want to read first-year head coach Charlie Strong's take on his team's chances. Success? Probably. Title game berth? Umm, no.


"We have everything available, and I don't know why we can't be successful," Strong told fans in Fort Worth during the first stop on his bus tour, according to the Austin American-Statesman. "There's no reason for us not to be. Now, I can't tell you how soon it's going to be. Don't hold me to that. Don't say, 'Ooh, coach said next year we'll be in the national ...' We will not be in the national championship game."







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McQueary at center of questionable ending in 1995 blowout win

03.06.2014     07:36 AM     Printer Friendly
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Well researched and entertaining article by Betting Talk's David Purdum on former Penn State quarterback/assistant coach Mike McQueary. It was recently revealed by ESPN the Magazine that during McQueary's playing days he was a bit of a sports bettor. Purdum calls into question the ending of PSU's 59-34 blowout win over Rutgers back in 1995.


Facing 2nd-and-7 at the Rutgers’ 42-yard line, most observers—including the TV announcers—were expecting McQueary to call a time-killing run up the middle. Instead, McQueary faked a handoff, dropped back and threw a deep pass to receiver Chris Campbell for a touchdown that put the Nittany Lions ahead by 25.








Former Penn State quarterback like to bet, wasn't very good at it

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Former Penn State quarterback like to bet, wasn't very good at it

03.04.2014     12:40 PM     Printer Friendly
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Most of you know former Penn State assistant Mike McQueary as a key witness to that you-know-what ordeal. But did you also know McQueary liked to gamble? Like a lot, and did so while he was playing quarterback for the Nittany Lions.


According to several of his classmates and teammates, McQueary developed a compulsive gambling habit at Penn State. He bet and lost thousands of dollars on poker and sports wagering, mostly on pro football, though he also bet, several of his former teammates say, on Nittany Lions games. One former teammate specifically recalls that Big Red bet and lost on his own team in a November 1996 game against Michigan State at Beaver Stadium. With McQueary serving as a backup on the sideline, favorite PSU won on a late field goal 32-29 but didn't cover the eight-point spread.

As his losses mounted, McQueary owed thousands of dollars to a bookie, a debt that was eventually erased by his father, several people say. A college friend recalls urging McQueary to slow down. "It got pretty bad," the friend says, "and

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College Basketball Handicapping: Michigan State with strong track record off of a loss

02.20.2014     07:54 AM     Printer Friendly
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Michigan State -5 at Purdue O/U 140

For the last month, Michigan State has traded off wins and losses as it enters tonight's game at Purdue off a 60-51 home defeat vs. Nebraska. Over the last two regular seasons, the Spartans are 10-2 SU, 8-3 ATS (one game was not lined) off of a loss. MSU has also been a beast on the road, covering seven of its last eight contests. Keith Appling was expected to miss extended time but played 19 minutes against the Cornhuskers. He's reportedly good to go for tonight.


“I have five Big Ten games left in my final go-round as a Spartan,” he said, “and I plan on playing in all five of them.”

“You have to act like you have on

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College Football Betting News: NCAA rule change could have massive impact on game

02.13.2014     08:36 AM     Printer Friendly
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Not content to leave well enough alone, the NCAA is proposing a rule – supposedly with players’ safety in mind – that college football defenses will have 10 seconds to sub after each snap. Pretty much every up-tempo coach in the country is pissed, including Arizona's Rich Rodriguez, Ole Miss' Hugh Freeze, and Baylor's Art Briles.




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01.27.2014     10:41 AM     Printer Friendly
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A perfect match: Gambling and the Super Bowl

01.21.2014     07:49 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
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Publicly, the NFL is among one of the staunchest opponents of legalized gambling. Former commissioner Paul Tagliabue and current commissioner Roger Goodell were instrumental in getting the anti gaming ‘Illegal Internet Gambling Prohibition Act’ attached to the Port Security Bill. The NFL has taken this stance despite the fact that its enormous popularity is, in no small part, due to the prevalence of betting on games.

The hypocrisy of the NFL in regards to betting is almost laughable. The facts, as you will see, clearly show that the league was founded by gamblers for gamblers. From the NFL’s first television appearance in 1939 through the current TV deal that pumps more than three billion dollars per year into the league coffers, the NFL’s popularity rests upon the shoulders of those who wager on the outcome of the games.

Here in the 21st century, the NFL is the most popular and profitable sport in the. NFL owners are among the richest men in the world; franchises are bought and sold for more than half a billion dollars. However, the league’s humble origins were anything but the extravagant bonanza that is the NFL today. Read more



Tags: NFL Super Bowl XLVIII Teddy Covers




South Point's College Football Bowl Contest came down to BCS Championship

01.10.2014     07:32 AM     Printer Friendly
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According to The Vegas Parlay, no one managed to go 16-for-16 in South Point's College Football Handicapping Contest. Picking games straight up, two contestants were 13-for-15 heading into the BCS Championship – one had Florida State and one had Auburn. The end result was a nice $50K payday.





South Point's College Football Bowl Parlay Contest

12.19.2013     08:14 AM     View Original Blog


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After further review, UTEP's suspensions for sports betting are ridiculous

01.09.2014     07:44 AM     Printer Friendly
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The smoke has cleared following the suspension of three UTEP players for sports betting. As mentioned, there is currently no evidence – according to the FBI and university – that the players bet on UTEP games or where shaving points. Now it is pretty obvious that with the FBI's involvement, there was a one point suspicion of exactly that. Certainly the FBI is aware that betting on sports is fairly common among college athletes – so common that a poll from 2012 showed that 57% of male athletes gambled on sports in some capacity. What is concerning is how quickly the players were shown the door. The NCAA stipulates that athletes caught gambling will be suspended for one year as well as lose a year of eligibility. As pointed out by local ESPN radio host Steve Kaplowitz, the situation is unprecedented in that there haven't been many (if any) cases of athletes being suspended for sports betting that Read more



Tags: College Basketball UTEP Miners




Bettor didn't hedge on Auburn to win BCS Championship ticket

01.07.2014     07:25 AM     Printer Friendly
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The dude who bet $100 on Auburn to win the BCS Championship at 500-1 odds reportedly didn't hedge his bet and instead let it ride. According to Pinnacle's in-game odds, at its peak, Auburn was -7.5 (or roughly -325). Following the Tigers' go-ahead touchdown late in the fourth quarter, they were priced at -200.


"I regret nothing," Skiba said after the game. "At the end if the day, I was playing with house money for the last two months. This was not supposed to happen in so many ways. It's the whole experience and the story. That's what I will remember.

"It was a bit of a life-changing experience just from the exposure standpoint and tonight it definitely peaked."







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