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Teddy Covers goes dual-threat on Sportsmemo and ESPN podcasts

09.06.2011     11:18 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
On today's Sportsmemo Radio Show, Teddy Covers discussed NFL Week 1 line moves with host Andrew Lange. You can listen to Teddy's Podcast right here. The ever-busy Teddy was also featured on ESPN's Behind the Bets Podcast with Chad Millman earlier today. Teddy and Chad recapped the Week 1 college football slate and also discussed the NFL. Here's a link to the show.

Tags: College Football NFL Teddy Covers

Saturday College Football LIVE In-Game Betting Blog 9/3/2011

09.03.2011     09:24 AM     Printer Friendly

Second half kick off list

(4 pm PT) That will wrap up today's live chat. Thanks for following. Good luck tonight.

(3:15 PT) Rob Veno recommends Ole Miss Over 21 2nd half.

(3:11 PT) From Rob Veno: Extremeley surprised at BYU offensive game plan..ultra conservative with a lot of power run and steady 5-8 yd passes...almost as if they were disinterested and fully focused on trying to to keep Mississippi's offense off the field (what are they afraid of?). Played themselves into a 3-0 hole but have to believe they open things up in 2nd half.

(3:05 PT) NBC trying to make Irish fans feel good about themselves...currently showing last year's 28-3 win over Utah due to a rain delay.  

(2:40 PT) Western Michigan/Michigan delayed due to weather early in the 2nd half. Thanks for the predicition Teddy!

(2:15 PT) Erin Rynning recommends UCLA -2 2nd half.

(2:15 PT) Check out this box score.

(2:05 PT) Brent Crow recommends Illinois Over 24.5 2nd half.

(1:58 PT) Brent Crow recommends Michigan Over 28 2nd half.

(1:51 PT) New Clemson offense not working...only 105 yards. Troy up 16-13 close to halftime.

(1:34 PT) UCLA QB Kevin Prince is out (shoulder stinger), Brehaut in. UCLA down 10-7 at Houston.  

(1:20 PT) Kiffin trying to be cute with a botched 2-point conversion. Golden Gophers hanging tough, down 6-0 early in the second in LA.

(1:09 PT) More big plays from South Florida. After a 96-yard fumble return, Bulls get a big 37 yard punt return Read more

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Sportsmemo Handicapper College Football Bold Predictions for 2011

09.02.2011     01:33 PM     Printer Friendly
Don’t you wish you could have predicted Texas’ 5-7 debacle or Auburn’s BCS Championship? Had those statements been made prior to last season, most would have considered them gibberish. But as bettors, we know outlandish outcomes happen all of the time and accurately calling for one can be extremely satisfying. Each year the Sportsmemo Handicappers try their best to provide a couple of potential long shots for the upcoming season. Poorly named but wildly popular, he are our BOLD PREDICTIONS for the 2011 seasons.

Erin Rynning’s Bold Prediction – UCLA will win the PAC-12 Championship
Obviously, representing the PAC-12 South is on the bold side to begin with, but winning the league is admittedly pretty far out.  What’s perhaps even loonier is that the Bruins could start the season 2-4 and still achieve what I’m calling for.  Of course, for any of this to occur, UCLA needs to be much, Read more

Tags: College Football Teddy Covers Erin Rynning Andrew Lange Otto Sports TCU Horned Frogs UCLA Bruins Illinois Fighting Illini

College Football Betting Preview: UCLA Bruins at Houston Cougars

09.02.2011     09:06 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange


UCLA at Houston (12:30 pm PT, FOX Sports)
CRIS Opening Line:
Houston -3 O/U 60
CRIS Current Line: Houston -2.5 O/U 61.5
Rob Veno Power Rating: Houston -4
Teddy Covers Power Rating: Houston -4

Andrew Lange’s Betting Take: These two teams met last year as UCLA won 31-13 and ended the season of two Houston quarterbacks including Case Keenum. The storyline for this matchup is even with Keenum back, can the Cougars produce big offensive numbers against a quality defense? UCLA is far from a juggernaut, but unlike everyone in C-USA with the exception of UCF, the Bruins have the speed and athleticism to make things difficult for the Cougars. Note that UH allowed only 12 sacks last season but must replace a Read more

Tags: College Football UCLA Bruins PAC-12 Houston Cougars C-USA Andrew Lange

College Football ATS Preview: Tulsa Golden Hurricane at Oklahoma Sooners

09.02.2011     07:35 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange


Tulsa at Oklahoma (5 pm– FX)
CRIS Opening Line:
Oklahoma -20 O/U 60.5
CRIS Current Line: Oklahoma -25 O/U 64.5
Rob Veno Power Rating: Oklahoma -20
Teddy Covers Power Rating: Oklahoma -22

Andrew Lange’s Betting Take: Like most games involving Oklahoma, money has gone towards the Sooners and the over. With offseason talk about wanting to run and even faster offense, current expectations have them naming the score in a majority of their games. Tulsa doesn’t play much defense – especially when asked to step up in class – meaning the more plays Oklahoma runs, the more plays will go for 10 yards or more. In all reality, the only thing that will stop the Sooners is literally the Read more

Tags: College Football Tulsa Golden Hurricane C-USA Oklahoma Sooners Big XII Andrew Lange

College Football Futures Bet: Florida State Seminoles Under 10 Wins

09.01.2011     11:49 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange blog entry.
Florida State Seminoles
Recommendation: Under 10 wins

This is a unique play in that Florida State is expected to field a solid team this season. The defense has a chance to be special and the transition from quarterback Christian Ponder to EJ Manuel shouldn't be a problem. Part of my logic for playing the under though is in order to lose my bet, the Seminoles can only drop one regular season game. I obviously wouldn’t have bet this play had I not felt it could win but in this particular case, having the key number of 10 is a nice safety net to have.

Even with a new coaching regime, it is hard to ignore that FSU hasn't won 11 regular season games since 2000 when they played Oklahoma for the National Championship. Since then, they've won ten regular season games just once (2003). Last season, they jumped from six regular season wins to nine and expectations are obviously very high with Read more

Tags: College Football Florida State Seminoles ACC Andrew Lange

NCAAF ATS Preview: Wake Forest Demon Deacons at Syracuse Orange

09.01.2011     10:11 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange


Wake Forest at Syracuse (5pm – ESPN3)
CRIS Opening Line:
Syracuse -6 O/U 49.5
CRIS Current Line: Syracuse -6.5 O/U 48.5
Rob Veno Power Rating: Syracuse -5
Teddy Covers Power Rating: Syracuse -8

Andrew Lange's Betting Take: For the first time since 2001, Syracuse got to enjoy a winning season, going 8-5 and 4-3 in Big East play. The jump was perhaps a bit shocking, especially if you watched the Orange play, but you don’t post road wins at West Virginia, Cincinnati, USF and Rutgers without having some ability. Head coach Doug Marrone knows what he is doing and has this program believing it can compete for a Big East title.

While Syracuse was busy trending upwards in 2010, Wake Read more

Tags: College Football Wake Forest Demon Deacons Syracuse Orange ACC Big East Andrew Lange

NCAAF Betting Preview: Illinois has tools to win Big Ten Leaders Division

08.17.2011     12:06 PM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange blog entry.
In reading some of the Big Ten offseason/preseason talk, little to no attention has been paid to Illinois. Wisconsin nabbed Russell Wilson, Ohio State is in trouble with the law, Joe Paterno got tackled in practice, Indiana's new head coach is a fiery dude, Nebraska is going to crush, Northwestern is a dark horse contender, Michigan could go 10-2 or 2-10...the list goes on. But outside of all of the hoopla, the Illini lie seemingly in weeds with what looks to be a good shot at a banner season. The No. 1 thing in their favor is a very manageable schedule. With five straight home games to open the season followed by a trip to Indiana, it is very possible the Illini could start out 5-1 or 6-0. They have the easiest road slate in the Big Ten with games at Indiana, Purdue, Penn State and Minnesota – should be favored in at least three of those four contests. All of their “tough” opponents travel to Champaign (Arizona State, Ohio Read more

Tags: College Football Illinois Fighting llini Big Ten Andrew Lange

NCAAF Handicapping: Kentucky Wildcats Over 6 Wins

07.29.2011     02:35 PM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange blog entry.
Kentucky Wildcats
Recommendation: Over 6 wins

I’m a big fan of Kentucky head coach Joker Phillips and what he did in his first year as head coach after taking over for Rich Brooks. The level of talent and speed has risen over the last five years and the pieces are in place for this team to continue to compete in the SEC. Keep in mind that over the last three seasons, Kentucky has been forced to reload with 11, 10 and 11 returning starters respectively. In 2006 and 2007, with 15 returning starters back, the Wildcats posted 8-5 records. This season they welcome back 16.

The big question entering 2011 is how will Kentucky replace its skill position talent? Derrick Locke and Randall Cobb were special players who would start for any team in the SEC. And quarterback Mike Hartline quietly became one of the better signal callers in the conference last season. I see this year’s projected starter Morgan Newton as a wild card with potential. His transition to full-time starter should come Read more

Tags: College Football Kentucky Wildcats SEC Joker Phillips Andrew Lange

MLB Handicapper Free Play: Chicago White Sox at Cleveland Indians

07.22.2011     07:48 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange blog entry.
Chicago (Floyd) at Cleveland (Carrasco) -105 O/U 8.5
Recommendation: Cleveland

Too much of a favorable matchup not to take a look at Cleveland and the cheap price tonight against Chicago. Carlos Carrasco has cooled off of late but a closer look shows his numbers were hurt by just two innings. Against Toronto and New York, he allowed two five-run innings, but beyond that, he's been extremely effective. The key for tonight is that Carrasco has done a fabulous job against righties (.211 BAA, .562 OPS) which bodes well with Paul Konerko and Carlos Quentin producing nearly all of Chicago's offense this season. Gavin Floyd has been up and down and shows much weaker splits against lefties (.281 BAA, .767 OPS). Even with Sizemore and Choo out, the Indians can put as many as six lefties in their lineup. Despite a return to earth, Cleveland is still a solid 27-18 at home which makes tonight's pick 'em price worth a bet.

Tags: MLB Cleveland Indians Carlos Carrasco Chicago White Sox Gavin Floyd Andrew Lange


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