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College Football Betting News and Notes - Week 3

09.16.2013     06:33 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange blog entry.
I'm well aware that Nebraska doesn't have the defensive players it had a few years back AND that the offense is playing at a faster clip hence more plays/opportunities for the opposition. However over the last two years we've seen the Cornhuskers fail repeatedly when asked to face competent offenses and what’s baffling to me is the lack of any sort of adjustment.

2012 Week 2 - UCLA racked up 653 yards on nearly 6.95 ypp.

2012 Week 6 - Ohio State popped for 63 on the Huskers at over 8 ypp.

2012 Big Ten Championship - Wisconsin hung 70 and nearly 11 ypp!

2012 Bowl Game - Georgia fell just shy of 600 yards at 8.3 ypp.

2013 Week 1 - Wyoming rolled into Lincoln and put up 602 yards (8.1 ypp) and nearly won outright as 31-point dogs.

These days playing defense against top-notch offenses isn't easy. But there are tons of teams with far less talent that are finding ways to get the occasional three-and-out.

One of my biggest bets of Week 3 was on Washington -4 second half vs. Illinois. The Huskies absolutely dominated the first half box score, kicked a FG right before half, and received the ball to start the second. It Read more

Tags: College Football Andrew Lange

College Football Betting Preview: Tennessee Volunteers at Oregon Ducks

09.13.2013     12:08 PM         Printer Friendly
Submitted by blog entry.
Tennessee at Oregon
Saturday, 12:30 pm PT - ABC
CRIS Opener:
Oregon -20 O/U 70
CRIS Current: Oregon -27.5 O/U 72
Rob Veno's Power Rating: Oregon -28
Brian Edwards' Recommendation: Oregon

After hooking up its betting supporters for the ninth straight time as a road favorite in last week’s 59-10 win at Virginia, Oregon returns home Saturday to take on Tennessee for a 12:30 pm PT start on ABC.

As of early Friday, most books had the Ducks installed as 28-point favorites with the total as low as 71 and as high as 72.5. The line on Oregon opened -20 at CRIS and -24.5 Pinnacle but has steadily climbed throughout the week.

Gamblers can take the Volunteers on the money line for a +1610 payout at CRIS (risk $100 to win $1,610). For first-half wagers, Oregon is favored by -16 or -17 with a total of 37.

These schools met at Neyland Stadium in Knoxville during Week 2 of the Read more

Tags: College Football Tennessee Volunteers SEC Oregon Ducks PAC-12 Brian Edwards

College Football Betting: SEC News and Notes - Week 3

09.12.2013     07:05 AM     Alatex Sports     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Alatex Sports blog entry.
Will Alabama take advantage of it bye week again this week at College Station? The Tide is 7-3 SU under Saban after a bye or more than a week of preparation, but it seems like that all of the big games they’ve played over the past three years have all been after a bye week. Additionally, all three losses came against teams that also had a bye or extra time to prepare for a bowl. The first thing Saban does is not start team-specific preparations too soon.

"I think that you can work too long on one team and the players get bored and lose focus after awhile," Saban said. "That's not really a good thing."

He said that a week and a half before the Virginia Tech game, but it applies to bye weeks too. Alabama has been practicing all week but only started Texas A&M preparations on Monday. Bama certainly needed some time to work on its offense after gaining just 202 yards against Virginia Tech, its lowest output on offense since 2008.

Ole Miss has a big revenge game against reeling Texas this week on the road after dropping a 66-31 decision in Oxford last year. They will most likely be without their best cover corner Charles Read more

Tags: College Football SEC Brent Crow

College Football Betting Consensus: Gamblers line up on Oregon, Texas, and Penn State

09.06.2013     11:53 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Here are the top consensus bets for Saturday's College Football card courtesy of Bookmaker. Note that the percentages are based on the number of bets made not total handle.

Penn State -24 (93.0%) vs. Eastern Michigan
Oregon -22.5 (92.0%) at Virginia
Ball State -8 (91.5%) vs. Army
Texas -7 (91.1%) at BYU
Oklahoma State -26.5 (88.2%) at UT-San Antonio
Tulane -6 (88.1%) vs. South Alabama

Southern Miss at Nebraska OVER 59.5 (100.0%)
Cincinnati at Illinois OVER 54.5 (100.0%)
Buffalo at Baylor OVER 68.5 (98.5%)
Western Kentucky at Tennessee OVER 57.5 (97.0%)
Duke at Memphis OVER 53.5 (96.9%)
Navy at Indiana OVER 68 (96.9%)

Tags: College Football Oregon Ducks Texas Longhorns

College Football Betting Preview: Oregon Ducks at Virginia Cavaliers

09.04.2013     12:04 PM         Printer Friendly
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Oregon at Virginia
Saturday, 12:30 pm PT - ESPN2
CRIS Opener:
Oregon -22.5 O/U 59
CRIS Current: Oregon -21.5 O/U 61
Rob Veno's Power Rating: Oregon -22
Brian Edwards' Recommendation: Oregon

Oregon ventured to the Eastern Time Zone back in Week 2 of the 2010 campaign. On that night, the Ducks trounced Tennessee 48-13 as an 11.5-point road favorite. They will be hoping for a similar result Saturday at Virginia in the first meeting between the two schools.

As of Wednesday, most books had Oregon installed as a 22-point favorite with a total of 60.5 or 61. Gamblers can take the Cavaliers to win outright for a +900 return (risk $100 to win $900).

Oregon has covered the spread in eight consecutive games as a road favorite. The Ducks opened 2013 with a 66-3 win over Nicholls State last Saturday as 59-point home chalk. The 69 combined points slipped over the 66.5-point total thanks to a Read more

Tags: College Football Oregon Ducks Virginia Cavaliers Brian Edwards

College Football Handicapping: PAC-12 Stat Day

07.30.2013     06:55 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Submitted by Stat Intelligence

Today we look at the PAC-12 conference, as we continue our series of stat capsules from the 2012 season. By now you’ve probably seen a few of these, so I won’t run through all the stat categories again. If you’re new, the stuff is pretty self-explanatory anyway. The data comes from, and features conference games ONLY to erase the usual pollution that comes from varied non-conference schedules.

The most important thing to notice about the PAC-12 is that it’s just about the sloppiest conference imaginable! It’s like almost everyone decided that AFL football from the 1960’s was the right way to play…and who the heck cares about turning the ball over anyway. The relatively clean play of Oregon and Stanford put them on another island compared to the other teams who are getting some yardage production.

PAC-12 Offenses (Conference Games Only)

USC: 6.9 yards-per-play, 27 giveaways

Oregon: 6.6 Read more

Tags: College Football PAC-12 Stat Intelligence

Teddy Covers' Las Vegas Wise Guy Report: College Football Season O/U Wins

07.08.2013     10:26 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers blog entry.
The college football betting market matures slowly over the summer months compared to the NFL betting marketplace.  We’ve had NFL Week 1 lines and College Football Game of the Year lines since May, both here in Vegas and offshore.  The NFL season win market wasn’t far behind, with most of the leading indicator sportsbooks standing knee deep in season win wagers by the second week of July.

But with 125 FBS teams on the betting board, the sportsbooks take more time doing their homework and research before posting a bevy of NCAA Football lines for the upcoming season.   The Golden Nugget was the first to market with their Games of the Year lines last month. 

The first college football season win numbers were posted offshore less than two weeks ago, with the 5Dimes sportsbook emerging as the global market leaders for 2013.  Here in Vegas, we’re not far away from heavyweights Cantor Gaming, the LVH Superbook and William Hill posting their first NCAA win totals.

College win totals are a very different animal compared to the NFL.  You don’t see many NFL pointspreads higher than -14, and even that is a Read more

Tags: College Football Teddy Covers

Jimmy Fallon talks with Floyd Mayweather about $1 million bet on Oregon Ducks

05.08.2013     02:19 PM     Printer Friendly
Floyd Mayweather was on Jimmy Fallon last night. One of the topics of discussion was Floyd's love of sports betting including one of his big bets he made during this past college football season (Oregon won 43-21). Would have been a lot funnier had it been a losing ticket.



Tags: College Football Oregon Ducks Floyd Mayweather

NCAA Tournament Betting Recap: Louisville gets lackadaisical, Kansas chokes

03.30.2013     07:42 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Submittedby Stat Intelligence

In the first final of the night…the consensus “best team in the tournament” Louisville Cardinals started like a house afire. They had covered the 11-point spread by the second TV time out…on the way to leads of 24-8 and 26-10. But, to Oregon’s credit, the underdog fought back to as close as six in the second half.

And, as many of you are aware if you watched the game...officiating sure didn’t go Oregon’s way. Many borderline (or bad) calls went against them in a way that thwarted a bigger comeback. Louisville could very easily have let this game get away from them. The Cards were outscored 59-51 over about the last three-fourths of the clock time.

Everyone changed channels to watch Kansas finish things off against Michigan with a double digit lead. THEY BLEW THE WHOLE THING! Kansas was up 70-59 with 4:40 left. They went into a self-imposed deep freeze on offense even though they were shooting 60% from inside the arc against a very Read more

Tags: College Basketball Louisville Cardinals Kansas Jayhawks Michihgan Wolverines Oregon Ducks Stat Intelligence

NCAA Tournament Gambling: Oregon reaches Sweet Sixteen despite turnover issues

03.27.2013     08:40 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange blog entry.
Oregon vs. Louisville -10 O/U 129.5

It is hard to win in March when you can't take care of the basketball. That is what makes Oregon's two tournament wins all the more remarkable. The Ducks coughed it up 18 times in their first round win over Oklahoma State and matched that number against Saint Louis. Overall, the Ducks had 10 more turnovers than their opponents yet won by margins of 13 and 17. Oregon was able to offset its high rate of miscues by playing strong defense, particularly against the three-point shot. OSU and SLU shot a combined 8-of-38, 21% from deep. The Ducks were also a combined +12 on the glass. The question now becomes can Oregon beat (or hang) with Louisville with 18 turnovers? Probably not. The Cardinals are obviously a menace defensively but don't ignore how strong Read more

Tags: College Basketball Louisville Cardinals Oregon Ducks Andrew Lange


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