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College Football Gambling: Cantor posts BCS Championship lines

11.04.2013     07:42 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
According to multiple Twitter sources, Cantor Gaming has released lines and totals on three potential BCS Championship matchups. They are as followed...

Monday, January 6, 2014 - Rose Bowl, Pasadena, Calif.
Alabama -1 vs. Oregon O/U 62
Oregon -4 vs. Florida State O/U 70
Alabama -3.5 vs. Florida State O/U 56

Tags: College Football Alabama Crimson Tide Florida State Seminoles Oregon Ducks

College Football Handicapping: Week 10 Injury Report

10.30.2013     11:18 AM         Printer Friendly
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For Thursday’s AAC matchup vs. South Florida, Houston RB Ryan Jackson is ‘questionable’ after possibly sustaining a concussion in last week’s 49-14 win at Rutgers. Jackson has rushed 95 times for a team-high 477 yards and four touchdowns while averaging 5.0 yards per carry.

USC is hoping to get star WR Marquise Lee (knee) back for Friday’s game at Oregon State. Lee missed last week’s win over Utah and is ‘questionable’ against the Beavers. The Trojans will be without starting TE Randall Telfer and the laundry list of defensive injuries continues to grow. DE Morgan Breslin, who had a team-high 13 sacks in 2012, remains ‘out’ with a hip injury. Starting LB Lamar Dawson was recently lost to a season-ending injury along with reserve safety Gerald Bowman. Starting cornerback Anthony Brown (arm) is also ‘out’ at OSU.

Mike Riley’s team has plenty of its own injury concerns. On the last play of Oregon State’s 20-12 home loss to Stanford last week, WR Kevin Cummings was lost for the season with a broken wrist. Cummings had 23 receptions for 254 yards and two TDs during his senior Read more

Tags: College Football Brian Edwards

College Football Handicapping: UCLA braces for Oregon's speed

10.24.2013     01:58 PM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
UCLA at Oregon -23.5 O/U 71

UCLA talks about what it'll take to keep pace/slow down Oregon.  From a value perspective, note that UCLA was as low as +3.5 at Stanford and now +23.5 at Oregon. The Ducks won the last meeting, 49-31 (2011), in Eugene.

"You play with them," said linebacker Jordan Zumwalt. "There's nothing you can really do to slow them down. They tend to speed up their tempo when they get success so we'll keep their success to a minimum and it will slow them down. But other than that, you just kind of have to keep up with them.
"That's no problem for us because we run with an up-tempo team every day. It's our own team."

Tags: College Football UCLA Bruins Oregon Ducks PAC-12

College Football Handicapping: Week 9 Injury Report

10.24.2013     07:17 AM         Printer Friendly
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Kentucky QB Max Smith will get the starting nod Thursday at Mississippi State. Jalen Whitlow sprained his ankle in a 48-7 loss to Alabama two weeks ago and is ‘doubtful’ against the Bulldogs. Smith is more of a pocket passer, while Whitlow is a dual-threat option who averages 4.9 yards per carry and has three rushing touchdowns. Smith, a third-year sophomore who had eight TD passes before suffering a season-ending shoulder injury in Week 3 last year, has a 5-1 touchdown-to-interception ratio in 2013.

Vanderbilt quarterback Austyn Carta-Samuels is ‘out’ Saturday at Texas A&M. Carta-Samuels, who has a 10-7 TD-INT ratio this season, left last week’s 31-27 win over Georgia with a knee injury in the first half. Patton Robinette, a redshirt freshman, replaced Carta-Samuels and had a TD run early in the fourth quarter of the comeback win over UGA. Robinette will make his first career start against the Aggies.

Maryland might have been the biggest overall loser coming out of Week 8. The Terrapins got smashed 34-10 at Wake Forest and lost two of their best players to broken legs. Wide receiver Stefon Diggs is done for the season after Read more

Tags: College Football Brian Edwards

College Football Betting: Oregon's ATS streak comes to an end

10.21.2013     02:04 PM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
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It was a sad day in Eugene as Oregon's perfect season against the spread came to an end against Washington State. The Ducks are such a unique case study because everyone knows they are good and everyone knows they can score at will and yet when it comes to lining their games, oddsmakers continue to undervalue them. Now in CRIS's defense, there hasn't been much effort going into some of their "opening numbers" – more of a chuck something out there and let the markets decide. Still, this deep in the season even without much research most bettors can come within a field goal of a majority of the card. And yet on Sunday afternoon, CRIS threw up a -17.5 (-21.5 at Pinnacle) on the Ducks' matchup vs. UCLA and it's already been bet up to -23. That type of discrepancy isn't new. From opening to closing numbers we've seen moves towards UO of 1, 3.5, 8, 7.5, 2.5, 0.5, 2.5, and now 5.5 this season – even bigger when you consider the peak number prior to the buyback. Ironically, the most accurate line on an Oregon game this season was Week 1 against Nicholls State who no one knows a damn thing about. The Ducks opened -58, closed -59, and won 66-3. Below is a list of Read more

Tags: College Football Oregon Ducks PAC-12 Andrew Lange

College Football Handicapping: Week 8 Injury Report

10.16.2013     08:24 AM         Printer Friendly
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Before the loss to Texas last week, Oklahoma found out it would be missing senior LB Corey Nelson for the rest of the season due to a pectoral injury. The news got worse earlier this week when starting defensive tackle Jordan Phillips was lost for the rest of the year. Phillips will underdog surgery soon to relieve chronic back pain. Without Nelson and Phillips, the OU defense gave up 36 points and 255 rushing yards to the Longhorns. The Sooners had previously been allowing only 113.2 ypg and 13.0 ppg, so obviously Nelson and Phillips are already being missed.

Ole Miss will be without freshman sensation Robert Nkemdiche for the next three games due to a pulled hamstring suffered in last week’s gut-wrenching loss to Texas A&M. The Rebels might also be sans their other starting defensive end, C.J. Johnson, for Saturday’s home tussle vs. LSU. Johnson was downgraded to ‘doubtful’ after missing Tuesday’s practice with a sprained ankle. The offense is hurting, too, as one of its top weapons is ‘doubtful.’ That would be leading rusher and special-teams dynamo Jeff Scott (thigh), who is averaging 8.2 yards per carry and had a punt Read more

Tags: College Football Brian Edwards

Oddsmakers think college footbal total of 100 is coming

10.11.2013     01:36 PM     Printer Friendly
Las Vegas oddsmakers think that a college football game with a total of 100 is on the horizon. Oregon vs. Baylor in a dome, anyone?


Tags: College Football Oregon Ducks Baylor Bears Las Vegas

College Football Betting Preview: Baylor Bears at Kansas State Wildcats

10.11.2013     07:44 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
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Baylor at Kansas State
Saturday, 12:30 pm PT - FOX
CRIS Opener:
Baylor -10.5 O/U 72
CRIS Current: Baylor -17.5 O/U 73.5
Rob Veno's Power Rating: Baylor -10
Andrew Lange's Recommendation: Kansas State

Considering all the time that went into discussing this game in both the forum and podcast, I felt obligated to do this write-up. College football has changed so much over the last few years that profiles like this – WHO is laying WHAT at WHERE?? – no longer gain much attention. It’s the age of sophisticated offenses, sharp power ratings, and betting markets that would rather lay -30 with a dominant team than try to "hope for the best" with and outclassed foe despite the value. You can't accurately power rate what Baylor has done to this point simply because it is such rarified air. We've seen it with Oregon but the Ducks are a proven commodity whereas Baylor is not. The Read more

Tags: College Football Bayor Bears Kansas State Wildcats Big XII Andrew Lange

College Football Betting Preview: Oregon Ducks at Washington Huskies

10.09.2013     01:21 PM     ICC     Printer Friendly
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Oregon at Washington
Saturday, 1 pm PT - FS1
CRIS Opener:
Oregon -10.5 O/U 76
CRIS Current: Oregon -13.5 O/U 75.5
Rob Veno's Power Rating: Oregon -15.5
Ian Cameron's Recommendation: Over

This PAC-12 showdown should be played at a very fast, breakneck pace from both of these up-tempo offenses as Oregon and Washington are poised to light up the scoreboard for the duration of this game. Oregon has been executing its up-tempo spread attack at a flawless rate averaging 59.2 points per game and they have scored at least 50 points in a school record five straight games. The Ducks rank second nationally in total offense with 630.4 yards per game.

Last week against Colorado we got to see the depth that Oregon has as they employed a very strong ground attack even without top RB De’Anthony Thomas. He didn’t suit up due to an ankle injury and is questionable to return on Saturday. Read more

Tags: College Football Oregon Ducks Washington Huskies PAC-12 Ian Cameron

College Football Handicapping: Colorado won't alter game plan vs. Oregon

10.02.2013     11:56 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Oregon -38.5 at Colorado O/U 69

Seems like Colorado head coach Mike MacIntyre is playing with fire by saying his team won't slow down the pace of this weekend's game against Oregon. He does have the right approach by trying to force the Ducks into longer drives, but a majority of those drives are going to result in points and by giving them more possessions – by playing faster offensively – you're asking for box scores like this one.

“I think you just got to do whatever you do best,” MacIntyre said. “If you try to change what you're going to try to do in a game … then you got to do what you do best and hope for the best.”

MacIntyre likes to play up-tempo offense. No one is better at that style of

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