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College Basketball ATS Analysis: Buy low on Northern Colorado

12.11.2012     07:14 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
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It's college basketball finals week which gives us a chance to catch our breath and analyze the first quarter of the season. Throughout the week we'll be taking a look at ATS successes and failures and trying to project whether or not the trend will continue.

Northern Colorado: I really liked Northern Colorado heading into the season but thus far they've really disappointed. They have yet to win a game against a DI opponent and more importantly are 0-6 ATS. The program won 21 games in 2010, lost a host of key seniors in 2011 and dropped to 9-19, but returned practically everyone for 2012. As mentioned, it hasn't worked out but I'm not going to give up on this squad just yet.

Will it continue? I don't think so and here is why. For starters, UNC has always had a strong home/road dichotomy. Greeley is at elevation and a difficult place to get to. Remember that 21-win campaign? They didn't lose a single game at Butler Hancock Pavillon. So far this season, they've played one lined game at home and it came against a very strong Wyoming club. UNC actually had a lead in that contest before Wyoming pulled off yet another incredible second half Read more



Tags: College Basketball Northern Colorado Bears Andrew Lange




College Basketball ATS Analysis: Can Illinois-Chicago hold its betting value?

12.11.2012     06:27 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
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It's college basketball finals week which gives us a chance to catch our breath and analyze the first quarter of the season. Throughout the week we'll be taking a look at ATS successes and failures and trying to project whether or not the trend will continue.

Illinois-Chicago: At the end of last season, UIC had eight wins and ranked 290th nationally according to Ken Pomeroy. There were flashes of competence and a few nice spread covers but the Flames looked as if they were still going to be outmanned on most nights despite heading into the 2012-12 season with a third-year head coach and four returning starters. But here we are, a month into the season, and UIC is 8-1 SU and 7-1 ATS. And their schedule wasn't easy. They lost by seven at New Mexico as 16.5-point underdogs. Beat Iona by five as a 7.5-point underdog on a neutral court. Strolled into Northwestern as double-digit underdogs as won by six. And last time out took down Colorado State as a short home dog. And if you're looking for  reason why all of that took place, defense would be a good place to start.

Will it continue? With the departure of Butler and a few others Read more



Tags: College Basketball Illinois-Chicago Flames Andrew Lange




College Basketball ATS Analysis: Drexel hopes to turn corner after win over Princeton

12.10.2012     11:31 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
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It's college basketball finals week which gives us a chance to catch our breath and analyze the first quarter of the season. Throughout the week we'll be taking a look at ATS successes and failures and trying to project whether or not the trend will continue.

Drexel - Since Chris Fouch went down, the Dragons are 2-4 SU and 1-5 ATS. Even with Fouch the first three games of the season, Drexel was 0-3 ATS. It wasn’t until Saturday's win at Princeton as 6-point underdogs that this squad got its first spread cover of the season. The loss of Fouch is huge but oddsmakers and the market have adjusted. The adjustment however obviously hasn't been enough. One of the biggest disappointments for the Dragons has been their defense. Last year, they allowed over a point per possession in nine of their 36 games. This season, they've already done it five times.

Will it continue? Surprisingly, there were rumblings early on that this team simply wasn't playing hard – difficult to fathom under Bruiser Flint. The team is hoping the win over Princeton can be a springboard to better things. Drexel's betting value comes from defense and simply Read more



Tags: College Basketball Drexel Dragons Andrew Lange




College Basketball ATS Analysis: UMass falls short of bettors' expectations

12.10.2012     11:09 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
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It's college basketball finals week which gives us a chance to catch our breath and analyze the first quarter of the season. Throughout the week we'll be taking a look at ATS successes and failures and trying to project whether or not the trend will continue.

UMass – The Minutemen finally got on the board against the spread with a 72-66 win at Northeastern last time out – albeit by a single bucket. Prior to that, UMass was 0-6 ATS; a real disappointment for a team that had moderate expectations heading into the season. The first issue is this squad isn't smart and teams that lack smarts have a difficult time winning by margin. In games they were laying -11, -8 and -7.5 they won by margins of 1, 2 and 3. The next problem is UMass isn't strong enough defensively to step up in class. In games against NC State, Tennessee and Miami, the Minutemen lost by margins of 18, 14 and 7 – never sniffing a pointspread cover in any of the three.

Will it continue? This team has talent; enough to match last year's 25 wins. The problem is they are off 25-win season as oppose to the 15-15 mark they posted in 2011. With an Read more



Tags: College Basketball UMass Minutemen Andrew Lange




College Basketball ATS Analysis: Creighton Blue Jays continue to cover spreads

12.10.2012     07:47 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
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It's college basketball finals week which gives us a chance to catch our breath and analyze the first quarter of the season. Throughout the week we'll be taking a look at ATS successes and failures and trying to project whether or not the trend will continue.

Creighton Blue Jays: What makes Creighton’s 7-1 ATS record unique is that preseason expectations were very high. This is a team that won 29 games last season and returned practically everyone including their star, Doug McDermott. So how have they been able to make their backers money? Amazingly, it’s been defense. We mentioned last season’s 29 wins yet the Blue Jays were a .500 team against the spread – in large part because they couldn’t defend. Creighton allowed over a point per possessions, didn’t force turnovers, and simply outscored the competition – something they were very good at – in order to win. This season, despite more than a few inflated pointspreads, the Blue Jays are actually defending. After returning home from a Thanksgiving tournament, Creighton was blitzed at home by Boise State, 83-70. But what they’ve done since Read more



Tags: College Basketball Creighton Blue Jays Andrew Lange




College Basketball ATS Analysis: Charlotte 49ers are making noise

12.10.2012     07:40 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
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It's college basketball finals week which gives us a chance to catch our breath and analyze the first quarter of the season. Throughout the week we'll be taking a look at ATS successes and failures and trying to project whether or not the trend will continue.

Charlotte 49ers: Head coach Alan Major's third season is off to a great start at 9-0 SU, 6-1 ATS. Expectations were modest heading into the campaign with a handful of newcomers and second-year players expected to contribute. The key for the 49ers has been depth with 8-10 guys seeing consistent minutes. That has allowed Major to play more pressure defense and the results have showed with no opponent topping 69 points despite all but one contest featuring 65 possessions or more.

Will it continue? The level of competition hasn't been great but the 49ers did win outright at Davidson as 9-point underdogs. Of course they beat the Wildcats by 13 last year, started A-10 play off 2-0 with wins against Richmond and St. Joe's, but crashed hard the second half of the season (4-12 SU, 5-9-1 ATS). This year's edition is clearly more talented so we don't project that big of a slide. The benefit Read more



Tags: College Basketball Charlotte 49ers Andrew Lange




College Basketball Betting Free Play: Butler Bulldogs at Northwestern Wildcats

12.08.2012     08:39 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
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Butler at Northwestern -1.5 O/U 128.5
Recommendation: Under


I view Northwestern's 74-point, 68-possession performance at Baylor last time out as an outlier of what we can expect from the Wildcats for much of the season. Prior to that, in games against TCU, Illinois State, Maryland and UIC, Northwestern failed to top a point per possession or shoot over 45% eFG%. I made a play on Northwestern/Maryland UNDER the other day and was done in by a wild flurry of points from the Terps to start the second half. For 35 minutes, that contest played in the low 120's. And that is what I expect to see tonight against Butler. Of those four previously mentioned teams, the Bulldogs play arguably the best team defense of the bunch. Meaning, they aren't going to get carved up by Northwestern's backdoor cuts or consistently allow them open looks from three. This contest may not even top 60 possessions. If that's the case, then both teams are going to need to have above average Read more



Tags: College Basketball Butler Bulldogs Northwestern Wildcats Andrew Lange




Sports Betting Podcast 12-7-2012 NFL Every Game on the Board

12.07.2012     10:12 AM     Printer Friendly
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Week 14 NFL Every Game on the Board Podcast. Erin Rynning and Alf Musketa joined host Andrew Lange to break down the entire slate from a betting perspective.

Today's segments
Full Show - NFL Every Game on the Board

Erin Rynning - NFL Game on the Board Part I

Alf Musketa - NFL Every Game on the Board Part II

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.




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College Basketball Betting Free Play: Vanderbilt Commodores at Xavier Musketeers

12.06.2012     07:53 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
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Vanderbilt at Xavier -11 O/U 129
Recommendation: Under


Vanderbilt is in an obvious rebuilding year and as a result we've seen a dramatic change in style. The Commodores have really struggled to score and have no choice but to try and slow down the pace of their games. Their last four contests have featured 62, 60, 62, and 62 possessions. Bottom line is Vanderbilt is not going to win any games by outscoring the competition. Xavier too went through a lot of offseason transformation and as a result isn't comfortable playing at the pace of previous editions. The Musketeers played a few moderate scoring affairs on neutral courts but I looked to home games against Butler and Robert Morris as a better indication of how this team will play tonight. Against the Bulldogs, Xavier grinded out a 62-47 win with only 57 possessions. Against Robert Morris, a similar result with a 61-59 win and only 59 possessions. Last time out against Purdue, it was another ugly affair with Read more



Tags: College Basketball Vanderbilt Commodores Xavier Musketeers Andrew Lange




College Basketball Betting Free Play: Colorado State Rams at Colorado Buffaloes

12.05.2012     07:20 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
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Colorado State at Colorado -5
Recommendation: Colorado


I don’t see a lot of difference between these two teams but I do feel that the situation favors the home side. Last time out, Colorado had a two-point halftime lead at Wyoming before falling apart in the second half. The Cowboys are a solid team (see: last night’s win at Illinois State) but everything went their way including some favorable calls and a few bailout threes. Head coach Tad Boyle on his team’s effort against Wyoming: "And we've got five Colorado Buffaloes bending over, standing at the waist trying to get it. He just out scrapped us," Boyle lamented. "That was the epitome of why the Wyoming Cowboys won, and why the Colorado Buffaloes lost." I’ve watched enough of Colorado to know that Boulder is a special venue and I expect their best effort of the season. CSU has done no wrong this season including a road win at Washington. Like Wyoming, this is Read more



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