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College Football Betting: SEC News and Notes - Week 5

10.04.2013     07:24 AM     Alatex Sports     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Alatex Sports

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As expected, the best game of the week last week was the shootout between LSU and Georgia, with the Bulldogs coming out on top, 44-41. Aaron Murray picked apart the young LSU defense and Georgia’s defense was able to come up with the stop they needed on LSU’s final drive to preserve the win.

The other marquee game in the conference was lopsided as the Crimson Tide shut out Ole Miss 25-0. Bama’s defense looked much better than expected against the previously potent Ole Miss defense, shutting down Bo Wallace and the Rebels. It was the first time a Hugh Freeze coached team had ever been shutout.

I thought I would change things up in this week's column and look over the current national college football stats. In doing so, we find some interesting things going on in SEC land. Consider these numbers:

Arkansas is the highest ranked SEC rushing offense at 237 ypg, which is just 21st best in the nation.

Alabama is just 70th in the nation in rushing at 162.5 ypg, ahead of only Vanderbilt in the conference.

Texas A&M and Georgia are the only SEC teams ranked in the top 29 in the nation in passing offense, with the Aggies Read more



Tags: College Football SEC Brent Crow




College Football Betting: Nebraska goes with redshirt frosh quarterback

10.04.2013     07:18 AM     Printer Friendly
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Illinois at Nebraska -9 O/U 60.5

Bo Pelini announced that quarterback Taylor Martinez (turf toe) will not play Saturday against Illinois. The Cornhuskers will instead start redshirt frosh Tommy Armstrong who completed 12-of-15 passes for 169 yards two weeks ago against South Dakota State.


“We’ll start Tommy, Ronnie will be ready to go and Taylor will not play,” Pelini said.

“I’m not telling him he can’t play,” Pelini said. “Like I said, to be able to play and function in our offense — do what you have to do — he’s got to able to put his foot in the ground and feel comfortable doing that.”






Tags: College Football Nebraska Cornhuskers Illinois Fighting Illini Big Ten




NFL Gambling Preview: New England Patriots at Cincinnati Bengals

10.03.2013     01:52 PM     Otto Sports     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Otto Sports

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New England at Cincinnati
Sunday, 10 am PT - CBS
CRIS Opener:
Cincinnati pk O/U 45
CRIS Current: Cincinnati pk O/U 45
Rob Veno's Power Rating: Cincinnati -2.5
Marty Otto's Recommendation: Under

The Cincinnati Bengals suffered their second defeat of the season after dropping an absolute dogfight (no pun intended) to the Browns last week. They return home to the friendly confines of Paul Brown Stadium to take on the Patriots, hoping to hand New England its first loss of the year.

Cincinnati was held to just six points last week on the road and they committed two turnovers. Sloppy offense has been a major factor for this team the past two seasons despite a trip to the playoffs. Right now they are averaging a little more than two turnovers per game and seeing Andy Dalton miss what should be easy throws must be frustrating to the Bengals’ coaching staff.

Coming into this contest the boys in Read more



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College Football Betting Preview: TCU Horned Frogs at Oklahoma Sooners

10.03.2013     01:39 PM     Rob Veno     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Rob Veno

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TCU at Oklahoma
Saturday, 4 pm PT - FOX
CRIS Opener:
Oklahoma -10 O/U 48
CRIS Current: Oklahoma -9.5 O/U 46.5
Rob Veno's Power Rating:  TCU -11
Rob Veno's Recommendation: TCU

This would appear to be a difficult sandwich spot for Oklahoma. The Sooners are off of a convincing win and cover at Notre Dame and they have arch rival Texas on deck. Any letdown by OU against this TCU team figures to be harmful. Sooners quarterback Blake Bell has seemed to settle into the starting role quite comfortably over the last two games, directing the offense to 1,057 total yards and 79 points. Bell has sparked the passing attack by completing 73.1% of his passes (49-of-67) for 645 yards, six touchdowns and 0 interceptions.

On the ground, Oklahoma has averaged 203 yards per game on 4.72 per carry. The 86 rush attempts and 67 pass attempts show terrific play calling balance. The dual threat Bell had 22 Read more



Tags: College Football TCU Horned Frogs Oklahoma Sooners Big XII Rob Veno




NFL Handicapping: Estimated Market Power Ratings - Week 5

10.03.2013     07:01 AM     Printer Friendly
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Submitted by Stat Intelligence

An updated look at our estimated Power Ratings for the NFL based on how the market is pricing teams this week as of late Wednesday afternoon...

Estimated NFL Market Power Ratings

90: Denver

87: Seattle

84: New Orleans (at home), San Francisco, Green Bay

83: New Orleans (on the road)

82: New England

81: Houston, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Detroit

80: Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Miami, Baltimore, Kansas City

79: Carolina, San Diego

78: Washington

77: Philadelphia

76: St. Louis, NY Giants, Pittsburgh

75: Minnesota, Arizona, Cleveland

74: NY Jets (at home), Buffalo, Tennessee (with Fitzpatrick), Tampa Bay (with Glennon)

73: NY Jets (on the road)

71: Oakland

68: Jacksonville

It looks to me like the market is “adding a point” in this week’s pointspreads to the teams who had a bye last week (Carolina and Read more



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NFL Gambling Preview: Philadelphia Eagles at New York Giants

10.02.2013     02:04 PM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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Philadelphia at New York Giants
Sunday, 10 am PT - FOX
CRIS Opener:
NY Giants -1 O/U 55
CRIS Current: NY Giants -2 O/U 53
Teddy Covers' Recommendation: Philadelphia

The high flying Eagles offense has been shut down in each of the last two weeks.  First Kansas City’s elite stop unit forced six Philly turnovers while holding Chip Kelly’s offense to 16 points.  Then last week, at Denver, the Eagles were forced to settle for crucial early field goals, continuing a trend of red zone failures.  Philly’s trend of ‘lots of yards, not so many points’ continued.

But after facing the Chiefs and Broncos defenses in back-to-back weeks, this is a major step down in class for the Eagles offense against the struggling Giants stop unit.  The Giants yards-per-play numbers aren’t bad, holding foes to 5.3 ypp in contrast to the Eagles 6.0 ypp allowed (only five teams are Read more



Tags: NFL Philadelphia Eagles New York Giants Teddy Covers




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



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NCAA Football Gambling: Ohio State content to milk clock late in games

10.02.2013     12:13 PM     Printer Friendly
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Ohio State -7 at Northwestern O/U 60

Back when Jim Tressel was coaching Ohio State, second half bets on the under – especially when the Buckeyes had a big lead – were very profitable. We've seen some of that this year under Urban Meyer as OSU has little trouble putting up points in the first half but happy to take its foot off the pedal late in games. Against Wisconsin, Ohio State essentially shut down the offense and tried to milk the clock in the second half. It almost backfired as the Badgers had the ball down seven with over a minute to play. All told, in four games against FBS competition, OSU has scored 120 points in the first half and only 48 in the second half. That may change when/if games become more competitive but Meyer made it clear that it isn't about style points but rather wins.


vs. Wisconsin
1st half: Read more



Tags: College Football Ohio State Buckeyes Northwestern Wildcats Big Ten




College Football Betting: Penn State looks to control the clock vs. Indiana

10.02.2013     11:44 AM     Printer Friendly
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Penn State -3.5 at Indiana O/U 63.5

Penn State's Bill O'Brien talks about his team's preparation for Indiana's up-tempo offense. In last year's meeting (PSU won 45-22), the Hoosiers got off 85 plays but averaged a rather modest 5.62 ypp. The Nittany Lions also won the time of possession battle 34-26.


“They’re trying to run 90 to 100 plays a game,” O’Brien said at his weekly teleconference. “So you have to get lined up, communicate properly and handle the tempo. Then they have some really good skill players … so they’ll get you in situations where you’re going to have to make plays in space.

“You have to gauge tempo during the game, how is the game going,” he said. “You don’t want to put your defense in bad situations where

Read more



Tags: College Football Penn State Nittany Lions Indiana Hoosiers Big Ten




Sports Betting Podcast 10-2-2013 with Handicappers Ian Cameron and Erin Rynning

10.02.2013     10:10 AM     Printer Friendly
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Wednesday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured handicappers Ian Cameron and Erin Rynning. Ian broke down tonight's three NHL games. ER recapped Week 5 College Football (PAC-12, Big Ten).

Today's segments
Full Show

Ian Cameron - NHL Every Game on the Board

Erin Rynning - CFB Week 5 Recap: PAC-12, Big Ten

To listen to past shows, be sure to visit our Sportsmemo Podcast Homepage.

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




Tags: NHL College Football Ian Cameron Erin Rynning



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