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Sportsmemo Handicapper Podcast 12-6-2011 with Sammy P and Andrew Lange

12.06.2011     10:40 AM     Printer Friendly
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Tuesday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured handicappers Sammy P and Andrew Lange. Sam broke down the entire NHL card while Andrew Lange did the same for college hoops.

Today's segments
Sammy P - NHL Every Game on the Board
Andrew Lange - College Basketball Every Game on the Board

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Tags: College Basketball NHL Sammy P Andrew Lange




College Basketball Free Play: Tulane Green Wave at Wofford Terriers

12.06.2011     07:30 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange

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Tulane at Wofford +3 O/U 122.5
Recommendation: Wofford


It is early and there aren't a lot of situational plays, but here is one's that I think we can take advantage of. Tulane is a program on the rise and seemed to have taken the first step in becoming respectable – winning at home against a marquee opponent. Georgia Tech may not seem marquee, but compared to the rest of Tulane's non-conference schedule, it bordered on monumetal. Remember, the Green Wave played one of the easiest non-conference schedules in the country last year (started 12-3) but finished 1-14 when the competition stiffened. This year, a similar concept with some truly horrific opponents (five of which 328th or worse according to Ken Pom). So because Tulane played an easy schedule BUT proved itself with a home win over Georgia Tech, they are now laying points (and getting bet) for a short turnaround road game against a comparable foe. Keep in mind that in their lone road test earlier this Read more


Tags: College Basketball Tulane Green Wave Wofford Terriers Andrew Lange




Sportsmemo Handicapper Podcast 12-5-2011 with guest Rob Veno

12.05.2011     11:03 AM     Printer Friendly
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Monday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured handicapper Rob Veno. Rob and host Andrew Lange discussed Monday's college basketball card as well as an early look at the BCS bowl matchups.

Today's segments
Rob Veno - College Basketball and College Football

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Tags: College Basketball College Football Rob Veno Andrew Lange




College Basketball Handicapping: Middle Tennessee State passes eye test

12.05.2011     07:46 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
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I took my son to see Middle Tennessee State play Akron on Sunday – a close up encounter with a Blue Raiders squad that came in 7-1 SU, 7-0 ATS. From the opening tip, it was clear that MTSU was the better of the two teams (77-53 win). And I'm taking into account that from Akron's perspective, the situation didn’t set up for a gutsy performance – on the road, 1 pm local start, empty arena. The Zips could beat the Blue Raiders at home, but at a neutral site, MTSU is at least 5-6 points better – maybe more.

The first thing that stood out was MTSU's athleticism and length. We use terms like that all of the time to describe teams but in this case it is very real. The guards are quick and the post players run the floor well and make it difficult for opposing teams to get easy looks in the paint. The difference between mid-major and power conference teams often comes down to smarts. MTSU isn't that far removed personnel wise than a majority of the SEC, yet they are very well coached and play team basketball. Five players scored between nine and 19 points. On missed shots, they got out and ran, while on makes, they were patient on offense and didn't settle Read more


Tags: College Basketball Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders Andrew Lange




College Basketball Free Play: Illinois-Chicago Flames at UW-Milwaukee Panthers

12.03.2011     07:59 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange

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Illinois-Chicago +15.5 at UW-Milwaukee O/U 126.5
Recommendation: Illinois-Chicago


Now that conference play has started for a few leagues, I'm always looking for inflated prices that are based on preseason results. Wisconsin-Milwaukee is a prime example. The Panthers are 6-1 with a lone loss to Michigan State. They also beat Loyola by 17 to open Horizon play. So what happens? They are being asked to lay -15.5 today against UIC. Last season, at no point was UWM a double-digit favorite in Horizon play, let alone -15.5. Their highest price tag was -9 vs. UIC – a game UWM won 87-75. And while they closed -10.5 vs. Loyola (and covered) on Thursday, the adjustment is far too much as Loyola doesn’t look much different than UIC at this point. Howard Moore is in his second year as head coach at UIC and it isn’t a stretch to assume some sort of improvement (see: win over Evansville, three-point loss at UW-Green Bay). But beyond it all, here is the key stat to consider: UIC went 2-17 against Horizon League foes last year. Of those 17 losses, exactly two came by more than 14 points. I’ve seen enough Horizon action over the last few Read more


Tags: College Basketball Illinois-Chicago Flames UW-Milwaukee Panthers Horizon League Andrew Lange




Sportsmemo Podcast returns with the best in sports betting analysis

12.01.2011     01:01 PM     Printer Friendly
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The Sportsmemo Podcast is back! After a brief hiatus, today marked the official return of the show. We'll be doing five shows per week, Monday-Friday. It will of course include all of the Sportsmemo Handicappers and host Andrew Lange. The Sportsmemo Crew has been producing the best in sports betting analysis for over a decade.

The show will be made available at the Sportsmemo Podcast Home Page, each weekday around 11 am PT.

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

Today's show featured Teddy Covers and Rob Veno as they broke down the college football card and a few marquee matchups in college basketball.

 

Teddy Covers College Football Every Game on the Board Part I

Rob Veno College Football Every Game on the Board Part II & College Basketball









College Basketball Free Play: Florida International Panthers at Georgia State Panthers

12.01.2011     07:33 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange

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Florida Intl. +9.5 at Georgia State O/U 134.5
Recommendation: Florida International


Over the last two years, Florida International has lost 19 games to non-power conference opponents. Not really a sign of a good team, right? But it is the manner in which they lost that intrigues me. Of those 19 games, 16 were by single digits, and two others by 10 and 12. Only once have we seen this team blown out against a comparable foe. Head coach Isiah Thomas recently noted how impressed he was with his team's toughness and willingness to never quit. There is one blemish on FIU's resume – a bad loss to Arkansas-Pine Bluff. The Panthers won at George Mason, hung with Virginia Tech for 30 minutes, lost by eight to a respectable Oral Robert squad and just defeated a Coastal Carolina team that has wins over LSU and Read more


Tags: College Basketball Florida International Panthers Georgia State Panthers Andrew Lange




College Basketball Free Play: BYU Cougars vs. Northern Arizona Lumberjacks

11.30.2011     06:59 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange

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BYU -15 vs. Northern Arizona O/U 138
Recommendation: BYU


It is going to be a rough season for Northern Arizona. Not only did the Lumberjacks lose all-everything Cameron Jones (20.1 ppg), but also his wingman, returning starter Gabe Rodgers (13.0 ppg, 46.8 3-point), who has yet to play this season with a shoulder injury. Add in Eric Platt (10.1 ppg, 46.0% 3-point) and Shane Johannsen (9.4 ppg, 6.5 rpg) and all the Lumberjacks are left with is starting point guard Stallon Saldivar – the team's last scoring option last season. The results thus far have shown just how much of a drop-off there has been with losses by 17, 19, 12 and 20 to mediocre DI competition – none of which in BYU's class. Even without Jimmer, BYU has shown the ability to outclass opponents with blowout wins over Longwood, Prairie View and Nevada, And forget about home court advantage. NAU has little to no fan base (740 was the average attendance last season, and that was with a Read more


Tags: College Basketball BYU Cougars Northern Arizona Lumberjacks Andrew Lange




College Basketball Gambling Notes: Taking a look at the money earners

11.28.2011     02:34 PM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange

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On Sunday, I discussed some of college basketball’s early season “money burners”. Let’s take a look at those who are cashing tickets at a high rate and see whether or not the good fortune will last.

Saint Louis (5-1 ATS, Next Game: 11/29 at Loyola Marymount) - The Bilikens took their lumps last season with a youthful roster and various suspensions/injuries. The results thus far are real with convincing wins over Washington, Villanova and Oklahoma. It will be interesting to see whether or not they can maintain their intensity and handle the hype – especially with an easy December and inflated numbers – prior to A-10 play. Check out this slate of opponents: Loyola Marymount, Portland, Vermont, Illinois-Springfield, Alabama State, Arkansas State and Texas Southern. That should be seven wins before traveling to New Mexico on December 31.

Duquesne (4-1 ATS, Next Game: 11/30 vs. Pittsburgh) - The Dukes have shown no signs of missing Read more


Tags: College Basketball Andrew Lange




College Basketball Betting Notes: Taking a look at the money burners

11.27.2011     06:34 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange

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Taking a look at a handful of college basketball teams that have been “money burners” thus far. Most of these teams can continue to be bet against as the oddsmakers and market have been slow to catch up. Keep in mind though that those with new personnel will eventually become more adjusted  as coaches work to create the right player rotation. When that happens, teams can flip the switch from “money burners” to “money earners”. 

Texas Tech (0-4 ATS, Next Game: 11/27 vs. Wake Forest) - Hiring Billy Gillispie was a good move -- for the long term. Pat Knight didn't leave much in terms of talent and the bad habits that plagued the Red Raiders during Knight's tenure are still present. The fact that Tech is an underdog to Wake Forest on a neutral court tells you just how sour oddmakers and the market currently are. They'll be catching plenty of points once Big XII play starts.

Texas (0-3 ATS, Next Game: 11/29 vs. North Texas) - Usually the market doesn't take too kindly to teams returning less than two starters but the Longhorns were given the benefit of the doubt with a strong group of Read more


Tags: College Basketball Andrew Lange



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