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College Football Handiapping: Returning offensive linemen starts

06.24.2013     07:53 AM     Printer Friendly
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It's about that time, bettors. Phil Steele posted his career offensive line starts list earlier this month. Returning OL starts is hardly a free pass to ATS winners. For example, last year there were eight teams that welcomed back 100 or more starts and only two of those teams posted winning ATS marks. Those two teams however were from the MAC and off of poor campaigns. In 2011, Ball State went 6-6 SU, 5-7 ATS, returned an NCAA-high 115 OL starts, and went 9-4 SU/ATS in 2012. Similar situation with Kent State who went 5-7 SU/ATS and then skyrocketed to 11-3 SU, 10-3-1 ATS. That isn't much of a sample, but non-power conference teams that aren't on many bettors' radar would seem to benefit more from returning experience than say a team like LSU who is always well accounted for in the betting markets. Anyway, Texas and Tennessee lead this year's list with 124 and 123 returning OL starts, respectively. The bottom of the list is littered with mid-majors: UMass, Troy, FAU, Southern Miss, La. Tech, and Read more


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NBA Finals Betting Recap: After an Unforgettable Seven Games...It's Miami!

06.21.2013     08:18 AM     Printer Friendly
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Submitted by Stat Intelligence

Amazing game. Amazing series. A night and a fortnight that sports fans will be talking about for many years to come. If you’re young…you’ll talk about this series the way your elders talk about the Jordan years…or Bird/Magic. If you’re older, it was great to relive the very best this league has to offer.

Spurs fans are crushed, but proud. Heat fans are jubilant. Basketball lovers know they just experienced something very special.

The final numbers from Game Seven…

Miami 95, San Antonio 87

2-Point Percentage: San Antonio 40%, Miami 48%

3-Point Shooting: San Antonio 6/19, Miami 12/32

Free Throws: San Antonio 20/22, Miami 11/16

1’s and 2’s: San Antonio 70, Miami 59

Rebounds: San Antonio 43, Miami 43

Turnovers: San Antonio 14, Miami 14

These teams were so evenly matched top to bottom. You could make a pretty good case that it boiled down Read more


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College Football Betting: Cakewalk non-conference slates for Arizona and K-State

06.20.2013     09:35 AM     Printer Friendly
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CBS's Bruce Feldman breaks down college football's 10 easiest non-conference schedules. At the top of this list is Arizona, who dials up UT-San Antonio, Northern Arizona, and UNLV. K-State opens with North Dakota State, UL-Lafayette, and UMass before playing back-to-back road games against Texas and Oklahoma State.



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Sports Betting Podcast 6-19-2013 with Handicappers Rob Veno, Ian Cameron, and Alf Musketa

06.19.2013     10:19 AM     Printer Friendly
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Wednesday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured handicappers Rob Veno, Ian Cameron, and Alf Musketa. Rob talked about the new American Athletic Conference, Ian previewed every team in the CFL, and Alf discussed Game 7 of the NBA Finals and this week's PGA event.

Today's segments
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Rob Veno - College Football

Ian Cameron - Canadian Football League Preview

Alf Musketa - NBA & PGA

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Tags: College Football CFL NBA PGA Rob Veno Ian Cameron Alf Musketa




Teddy Covers' Las Vegas Wiseguy Report: An in-depth look at the Kansas City Chiefs

06.17.2013     10:10 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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It’s never too early to start talking NFL. While the casual bettor may not pay attention until the start of the preseason in August, the wiseguys here in Vegas have already done their homework, ready to take advantage of early NFL betting opportunities as they present themselves over the next few months.

I’ve been waiting patiently for the NFL Season Wins market to mature, but that isn’t happening quickly – most of the notable offshores have not posted Over/Under win totals yet, leaving Vegas as the only active market right now. So, instead of writing about season wins over the next two weeks, I’ll be writing about two teams that set the tone for the entire market – the Kansas City Chiefs and the Baltimore Ravens.

I’ve chosen the Chiefs and the Ravens very specifically, because those two teams are the best examples of what the market looks for when adjusting power ratings way up or way down from one season to the next. Why are the markets so high on Kansas City and so low on Baltimore to enter the 2013 preseason? Read on to find out. This week, I’ll take an in depth look at the Chiefs.

Kansas City Read more


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Sports betting operation backdrop of murder trial

06.17.2013     08:08 AM     Printer Friendly
Detailed account of a sports betting operation in South Carolina. Unfortunately, this one was tied to a double-homicide.  


During football season, Capnerhurst went to the Parker home around 5:30 p.m. every Thursday to take bets on college games that typically are broadcast on ESPN. They rarely took bets on Fridays because there are no college games then, Parker said during his trial.

Capnerhurst earned a percentage of the operation’s proceeds, although no one ever said in open court what that percentage was. At the time of the shootings, in April 2012, Parker owed Capnerhurst $21,300. Of that, $15,300 was from the 2011 football season and the 2012 basketball season. The remaining $6,000 was outstanding from a previous season, according to court testimony.











Sports Betting Podcast 6-14-2013 with Handicappers Teddy Covers and Erin Rynning

06.14.2013     10:22 AM     Printer Friendly
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Friday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured handicappers Teddy Covers and Erin Rynning. Teddy talked about Golden Nugget's College Football Games of the Year while Erin broke down some Major League Baseball.

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Teddy Covers - College Football Golden Nugget GOY

Erin Rynning - MLB

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College Football Betting: Can West Virginia's Travel Woes Be Exploited in Golden Nugget GOY's?

06.12.2013     07:50 AM     Printer Friendly
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Submitted by Stat Intelligence

I haven’t even begun to prepare for college football yet, beyond that effort to reverse-engineer Power Ratings from the early “Game of the Year” lines that were posted at the Golden Nugget a few days ago. I was trying to remember if there were any notable tendencies from last year that might be vulnerable to early betting against those numbers…and the midseason collapse of West Virginia in Big 12 play came to mind.

West Virginia 2012:

*Had no idea what to do in the wind at Texas Tech

*Wore down physically from their new league’s aggressive up-tempo play

*Was exposed as weak defensively and on special teams tackling

*Only beat the league’s two worst teams (Kansas and Iowa State) in their last 8 games (counting bowl)

West Virginia 2013:

*Has to rebuild its offense almost entirely

*Can’t be optimistic about defense because offensive-minded coaches Read more


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College Football Gambling: Estimated Major Conference Power Ratings

06.11.2013     07:50 AM     Printer Friendly
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Submitted by Stat Intelligence

The Golden Nugget posted its “Game of the Year” early pointspreads a few days ago. I thought it would be fun to take those numbers and try to “reverse engineer” what their Power Ratings must have been for all the teams from major conferences.

It wasn’t quite as easy as I had hoped:

*They don’t seem to be using a universal “3” for home field advantage

*They probably shaded some lines in anticipation of betting action

Also, I couldn’t find any games involving Duke of the ACC, or SMU…a new team in the Big East (or American Athletic Conference as it will be known). So, I can’t get every “big six” team in here.

For the most part, these hold up. If you just use three points for home field, you’ll typically be within a point of where the Golden Nugget lined their games. And, we’re so far in advance of the season anyway that any realistic Power Ratings are just a broad Read more


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College Football Gambling: A bettor's guide to the American Athletic Conference

06.10.2013     01:52 PM     Printer Friendly
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Raise your hand if you are up to speed on the details of the newly formed American Athletic Conference. No? Either were we until about five minutes ago, a couple of Google searches, and of course our good pal Wikipedia. For the upcoming 2013 college football season, the AAC will include 10 teams: Cincinnati, UConn, Houston, Louisville, Memphis, Rutgers, SMU, USF, Temple, and UFC. To add to the confusion, in 2014, Louisville will head to the ACC, Rutgers is bailing to the Big Ten, and East Carolina, Tulane, and Tulsa will join the AAC.

This year, each team will play eight conference games. Below are the games that will not be played due to the eight-game slate.

Cincinnati/UCF
UConn/Houston
Louisville/SMU
Memphis/Rutgers
Temple/USF

Like the Big East, all ten teams will have three bye weeks (Temple and Houston technically have two with Dec. 7 and "open date”). It will be interesting to see how the former C-USA schools handle the time off. Houston, SMU, and UCF had only one bye week last year. Also note that for this season, the AAC Read more


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