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College Basketball Gambling: Recapping Notre Dame's miracle win vs. Louisville and others

02.10.2013     07:36 AM     Printer Friendly
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Submitted by Stat Intelligence

It was possibly the worst quintuple overtime thriller I’ve ever watched! Well, a truly ugly first 35 minutes…followed by a sluggish but entertainingly dramatic 30 additional minutes. Many of you watched too, so you know what I’m talking about. The last 35 minutes of on-the-clock action was very compelling basketball even if the game was far from a piece of artwork. If you missed it:

*We had your typical 50-something to 40-something type grinder brewing most of the night. Louisville led 49-45 with 2:30 left in regulation.

*Louisville pulled out to what seemed like a safe lead with 90 seconds left…setting up the standard sequence of them shooting free throws while Notre Dame tried to make desperation treys. Louisville led 53-45 with 1:27 to go.

*Notre Dame made ONE…then TWO…then THREE very long range very forced desperation treys to force a late tie. Those bombs fell with 44-36-28 seconds left respectively.

*Louisville didn’t have Read more


Tags: College Basketball Notre Dame Fighting Irish Louisville Cardinals Stat Intelligence




College Basketball Gambling: Top ranked Indiana melts down at Illinois

02.08.2013     12:17 PM     Printer Friendly
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Submitted by Stat Intelligence

Number one Indiana trailed for a fraction of a second in the second half Thursday night in its Big Ten road game against Illinois in Champaign-Urbana. It was the fraction of a second that mattered most…as Illinois hit a shot just before the buzzer to make it FIVE STRAIGHT WEEKS where the top team in the AP poll was knocked off its perch.

Illinois 74, #1 Indiana 72

2-Point Percentage: Indiana 48%, Illinois 50%

3-Point Shooting: Indiana 9/17, Illinois 9/24

Free Throws: Indiana 13/14, Illinois 13/15

1’s and 2’s: Indiana 45, Illinois 47

Rebounds: Indiana 28, Illinois 21

Turnovers: Indiana 14, Illinois 9

(Indiana 2-1 in Kenpom/Sagarin respectively, Illinois 56-51)

We talked about Indiana’s penchant for sloppiness in our coverage of the Michigan game last weekend. That was an issue here…as the team was -5 in the turnover category against an opponent that was second best Read more


Tags: College Basketball Illinois Fighting Illini Indiana Hoosiers Stat Intelligence




College Basketball Handicapping: MAAC teams falter after tough stretch of schedule

02.08.2013     07:51 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
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It was a wild night in the MAAC last night as league contenders Canisius, Iona, and Niagara all lost outright as betting favorites (Canisius opened -2.5 vs. Manhattan but closed as a pk/1-point underdog). It was a classic case of three teams that were simply worn down after beating up on one another. It started two Sunday's ago when Niagara beat rival Canisius on a buzzer beater. The Purple Eagles then beat Iona in a wild 93-90 overtime affair. They then lost to Loyola-MD in double overtime, 89-87. And Canisius and Iona hooked up last Saturday with the Golden Griffins prevailing 77-74. So basically, the top four teams in the league – Niagara, Loyola-MD, Iona, and Canisius – played an intense, highly competitive round robin tournament. Note that Fairfield already ran the gauntlet of top teams and as a result started conference play 2-6. But while everyone was trading wins and losses over the last two weeks, the Stags enjoyed ripping off five straight wins against the weaker teams in the league and now find themselves in the hunt. Anyway, something to consider tonight as Loyola-MD is a big favorite over bottom feeder Siena. The Greyhounds were on the winning end of that Read more


Tags: College Basketball Canisius Golden Griffins Iona Gaels Niagara Purple Eagles Loyola (MD) Greyhounds Fairfield Stags Andrew Lange




College Basketball Handicapping: TCU's upset of Kansas highlights crazy night

02.07.2013     06:23 AM     Printer Friendly
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Submitted by Stat Intelligence

Earlier tonight I posted the numbers from TCU’s upset of Kansas. There was a slew of games on this crazy night that could have earned their own post. That would have taken all night to write though. So, I’m going to cherry pick some key numbers from important games involving ranked teams.

#7 Arizona (-8.5) beat Stanford 73-67

Arizona fell behind Stanford 10-0 out of the gate, and it looked like we were going to see a replay of the UCLA game on this floor. But, the Wildcats settled down…got back into the game quickly enough, then pulled away in the final moments to win by six. If you buy into the theory that Arizona is overrated when they’re matched up against quality, that paid off against the market price. I’m still skeptical about how some of their Read more


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College Basketball Betting Free Play: Iowa Hawkeyes at Wisconsin Badgers

02.06.2013     11:30 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
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Iowa +9 at Wisconsin O/U 124.5
Recommendation: Iowa


My clients and I cashed a winner with Iowa as road underdogs at Ohio State last week, when the Hawkeyes rallied back from a 24-point deficit to make things verrrry interesting in the final minute in Columbus before falling short – despite an awful game from leading scorer Roy Devyn Marble. 

We cashed another winner supporting the Hawkeyes on Super Bowl Sunday as they led for extended stretches of the second half, an easy wire-to-wire pointspread cover as double-digit underdogs.  And there’s absolutely no reason to think that the Hawkeyes won’t be able to cash another winning bet for us tonight as they travel to Madison to take on a Badgers team that the Hawkeyes have beaten in each of the last three meetings.

Iowa hasn’t lost a game by ten points or more since getting blown out at Michigan on January 6th, hanging tough with quality Big Ten foes like the Ohio Read more


Tags: College Basketball Iowa Hawkeyes Wisconsin Badgers Teddy Covers




College Basketball Handicapping: Wisconsin's crazy season from the charity stripe

02.06.2013     07:21 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange

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Through nine Big Ten games, Wisconsin totals are 2-7 O/U. Last season in Big Ten play – with the help of two overtime games – the Badgers actually trended OVER the total at 11-7 O/U. The reason? There were a few but the key was free throws. Everyone is well aware UW’s horrific season from the free throw line (61.5% overall, 56.2% vs. Big Ten). But it’s also their inability to get to the line that is helping their games go under the total. That is until this occurred. Prior to the Illinois game, UW put extra emphasis in practice on trying to draw fouls. Amazingly, they went from not shooting a single free throw vs. Ohio State to 42 vs. Illinois.

Wisconsin rarely if ever strays away from a slow tempo and hard-nosed defense. But with totals routinely in the 115-125 range, free throws, or lack thereof can make a big difference. Take a look these numbers...

2012 (11-7 O/U)
16.7 FT attempts per game vs. Read more


Tags: College Basketball Wisconsin Badgers Andrew Lange




College Basketball Handicapping: Notre Dame falters, Iowa State impresses

02.05.2013     07:59 AM     Printer Friendly
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Submitted by Stat Intelligence

The struggling Notre Dame Fighting Irish flailed again Monday night in a 63-47 loss at Syracuse as 8-point underdogs. That’s now seven of the last eight games that the Irish have failed to meet market expectations in regulation.

Notre Dame’s Recent Struggles (going back in time from tonight)

Notre Dame (+8.5) lost at Syracuse 63-47 (missed by 7.5 points)

Notre Dame (-6) went overtime at DePaul (missed by 6 points in regulation)

Notre Dame (-8.5) beat Villanova 65-60 (missed by 3.5 points)

Notre Dame (-3.5) won at South Florida 73-65 (only regulation cover in last eight)

Notre Dame (-5.5) lost to Georgetown 63-47 (missed by 10.5 points)

Notre Dame (-11.5) beat Rutgers 69-66 (missed by 8.5 points)

Notre Dame (-7) lost at St. John’s 67-63 (missed by 11 points)

Notre Dame (-8.5) lost to Connecticut 65-58 (missed by 15.5 points)

The market has corrected some…as that early quartet of big Read more


Tags: College Basketball Notre Dame Fighting Irish Iowa State Cyclones




MLB Handicapping: Sale one of this year's top Verducci Effect candidates

02.05.2013     06:20 AM     Printer Friendly
Here a list of this year's Verducci Effect candidates. The biggest increase in workload came from Chicago's Chris Sale who was in and out of the rotation at times due to arm difficulties. Washington’s Stephen Strasburg also made the list despite being shut down late in the season.

2013 Verducci Effect
Pitcher, Team
Age
2012 Innings Pitched
Increase*
Chris Sale, White Sox
23
192
121
Jarrod Parker, A's
23
214/ 2/3
78
Jose Quintana, White Sox
23
185
63
Joe Kelly, Cardinals
24
187
55
Stephen Strasburg, Nationals
23
159 1/3
36
Chris Rusin, Cubs
25
173
34 1/3
Matt Harvey, Mets
23
169 1/3
33 2/3
Alex Cobb, Rays
24
177 2/3
33
Felix Doubront, Red Sox
24
161
31 2/3
Dan Straily, A's
23
191 1/3
30 2/3
Andrew Werner, Padres
25
166 2/3
30 1/3


In terms of last year's list, as predicted, as handful had injuries or suffered some form of regression.

Derek Holland, Dylan Axelrod, Jaime Garcia, Liam Hendricks, Eric Surkamp, Chris Schwinden, Daniel Hudson, Zach Stewart and Michael Pineda.

Mike Leake, Yovani Gallardo, and Jeremy Hellickson all suffered slight regressions – depending on what numbers you go by – but for the most part remained healthy. Texas' Matt Harrison however was lights out though as Verducci points out, pitchers with bigger Read more


Tags: MLB




Teddy Covers' Las Vegas Wiseguy Report: College Basketball's best against the spread

02.04.2013     11:06 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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The Super Bowl is in the rear view mirror after Sunday’s wild Baltimore victory, which can only mean one thing – college hoops is on center stage for the next eight weeks.  I’ve been writing game previews for ESPN.com/Insider for the last month, but I’ve yet to write a true ‘college basketball overview’ column for any publication so far this season.  That streak ends here.

I’m going take a look at the very best pointspread ‘regular board’ teams in the country in this week’s column.  The list of ATS juggernauts is likely to surprise many people due to its diversity.  Elite level teams aren’t necessarily pointspread winners, and bottom feeders can cash ticket after ticket if the betting markets set numbers that allow them to hang within the number as big underdogs.  Look no further than the single best ATS team in the nation so far this season. 

I’ll wager that less than a dozen people in the country knew that Fordham is the #1 ATS team in all of DI basketball this year; 14-5 against the number.  The Rams are 6-16 SU, just 2-5 in Atlantic-10 play.  Read more


Tags: College Basketball Teddy Covers




NFL Handicapping: Baltimore 34, San Francisco 31...Ravens Win Super Bowl XLVII

02.04.2013     06:19 AM     Printer Friendly
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Submitted by Stat Intelligence

Congratulations to all who won last night. Sincere condolences to all who lost (unless you did so with arrogant posturing through the week, then you got what you deserved!). Let’s crunch the numbers…

Baltimore 34, San Francisco 31

Total Yardage: Baltimore 367, San Francisco 468

Yards-Per-Play: Baltimore 5.2, San Francisco 7.8

Rushing Yards: Baltimore 93, San Francisco 182

Passing Line: Baltimore 22-33-0-274, San Francisco 16-28-1-286

Turnovers: Baltimore 1, San Francisco 2

Third Downs: Baltimore 56%, San Francisco 22%

Sloppiness: Baltimore 16, San Francisco 22

Drive Points: Baltimore 10, San Francisco 13

Cheap Points: Baltimore 24, San Francisco 18

(If you’re new to the blog, drive points are those scored on drives of 60 yards or more….sloppiness is 5 times giveaways plus the number of incomplete passes).

Some Read more


Tags: NFL Baltimore Ravens San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl XLVII Stat Intelligence



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