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College Football Betting Preview: Vanderbilt Commodores at Texas A&M Aggies

10.25.2013     07:11 AM     Alatex Sports     Printer Friendly
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Vanderbilt at Texas A&M
Saturday, 9:20 am PT - ESPN Game Plan
CRIS Opener:
Texas A&M -18.5 O/U 70
CRIS Current: Texas A&M -17 O/U 68.5
Rob Veno's Power Rating: Texas A&M -14
Brent Crow's Recommendation: Texas A&M

This game features two teams that come in off of surprising results last weekend that also saw both of them suffer injuries to their starting quarterbacks. Vanderbilt pulled an upset at home against Georgia, 31-27, while Texas A&M was on the other end of an upset, losing 45-41 to Auburn in College Station.

Vandy quarterback Austyn Carta-Samuels left the Georgia game with a left leg injury and was replaced by Patton Robinette in the third quarter of the win. Robinette went 9-of-15 for 41 yards and ran for a touchdown and has been named the starter this week.

Johnny Manziel also got hurt against Auburn, missing just one series before Read more



Tags: College Football Vanderbilt Commodores Texas A&M Aggies SEC Brent Crow




NFL Gambling Preview: Washington Redskins at Denver Broncos

10.24.2013     12:24 PM     Rob Veno     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Rob Veno

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Washington at Denver
Sunday, 1:25 pm PT - FOX
CRIS Opener:
Denver -12 O/U 55
CRIS Current: Denver -11.5 O/U 57.5
Rob Veno's Power Rating: Denver -12
Rob Veno's Recommendation: Over

As the Broncos continue to show the betting public that you can mechanically play over in every one of their games, oddsmakers don’t seem to be posting a price tag high enough to deter that. This week, the Washington-Denver total was opened too low according to the early money and it’s been pushed from 55 all the way to the key number of 58 and in some shops, beyond. It’s important to note that on all occasions this season, Denver has had an opponent with at least one attribute which helped greatly in producing final scores totaling 58 or higher in six of seven contests. This week is no different as Washington rolls into Sports Authority Field at Mile High with a sieve of a defense (389.0 ypg, 30.7 ppg) and an offense Read more



Tags: NFL Washington Redskins Denver Broncos Rob Veno




College Football Betting Preview: Stanford Cardinal at Oregon State Beavers

10.24.2013     07:38 AM     ICC     Printer Friendly
Submitted by ICC

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Stanford at Oregon State
Saturday, 7:30 pm PT - ESPN
CRIS Opener:
Stanford -6.5 O/U 55.5
CRIS Current: Stanford -4 O/U 56
Rob Veno's Power Rating: Stanford -5
Ian Cameron's Recommendation: Oregon State

I’ve been able to cash in back-to-back weeks using Oregon State as part of my client card and although this is a major step up in class for the Beavers, I’m still inclined to look toward them as a home underdog.

Stanford has been excellent at shutting down the run ranking 18th in the nation but its pass defense hasn’t been quite as stout and throwing the football is pretty much what makes up the entire Oregon State offense. Stanford is allowing 247.1 passing yards per game which ranks 87th nationally. Quarterback Sean Mannion has had a stellar season as the nation’s leader in a number of passing categories, including yards (2,992) and touchdown passes (29). Read more



Tags: College Football Stanford Cardinal Oregon State Beavers PAC-12 Ian Cameron




College Football Handicapping: Week 9 Injury Report

10.24.2013     07:17 AM     Brian Edwards     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




NFL Handicapping: Vikings may go with Ponder vs. Packers

10.23.2013     12:21 PM     Printer Friendly
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Green Bay -8.5 at Minnesota O/U 47.5

The Josh Freeman experiment failed badly last week against the Giants and while the Vikings were ready to give him a second chance, the decision may be out their hands with Freeman currently dealing with a concussion. If he is unable to play, get ready for a little dose of Christian Ponder.


"Looking at the history of guys who have concussions on a short week that are able to at least get cleared for Sundays, we'll have to proceed as if [Freeman]'s not going to make it," Frazier said Wednesday.

"It's important," Frazier said. "That quarterback position, you want to know who's going to be lining up, week-in and week-out. But that's the circumstance where we are, and Christian will do a good job for us on Sunday night."






Tags: NFL Minnesota Vikings Green Bay Packers




NFL Betting News and Notes - Week 7

10.23.2013     08:28 AM     ICC     Printer Friendly
Submitted by ICC

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I decided to switch things up with my weekly NFL News and Notes article this week by focusing on the obscene amount of key injuries. Sunday had to be close to a record number of injuries for one day’s worth of football and many of them are significant so I’m going to mention several of them and the impact they could have…

Chicago Bears
The Bears are dealing with a pair of key injuries suffered last week. Quarterback Jay Cutler went down with a torn groin muscle which will put him out of action for 4-6 weeks and linebacker Lance Briggs will miss approximately the same amount of time with a small fracture in his left shoulder. Most people will automatically look at Cutler’s absence being more significant but the loss of Briggs is undoubtedly an impact injury. Chicago’s defense has been sliced and diced whenever they aren’t forcing turnovers. Teams have been moving the football up and down against the Bears and putting up points with regularity. Briggs was one of the few players that had a positive impact throughout the season. He had eight tackles, one tackle for loss, and two passes defended against Washington Read more



Tags: NFL. Chicago Bears St. Louis Rams Cincinnati Bengals Houston Texans Indianapolis Colts Ian Cameron




College Football Betting Preview: West Virginia Mountaineers at Kansas State Wildcats

10.22.2013     12:23 PM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange

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West Virginia at Kansas State
Saturday, 12:45 pm PT - FS1
CRIS Opener:
Kansas State -7.5 O/U 52.5
CRIS Current: Kansas State -10.5 O/U 53
Rob Veno's Power Rating: Kansas State -11
Andrew Lange's Recommendation: Kansas State

Rested and ready, I expect a great effort from the Kansas State Wildcats this week and they play host to West Virginia. The Wildcats have four losses on the season but all were competitive – the types of games last year's veteran group was able to win. Considering the roster turnover, it shouldn't come as a shock to see K-State struggle in the W-L department. A noteworthy stat when comparing last year's group to this year's is turnover margin. The Wildcats had only 12 turnovers in 2012 and a +20 margin. This year they've had 22 turnovers and are near the bottom nationally at -11. Six games into the season, I expect that number to start to move in K-State's Read more



Tags: College Football West Virginia Mountaineers Kansas State Wildcats Big XII Andrew Lange




College Football Betting Preview: Penn State Nittany Lions at Ohio State Buckeyes

10.22.2013     11:44 AM     Otto Sports     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Otto Sports

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Penn State at Ohio State
Saturday, 5 pm PT - ABC
CRIS Opener:
Ohio State -14.5 O/U 55.5
CRIS Current: Ohio State -14.5 o/U 56.5
Rob Veno's Power Rating: Ohio State -12
Marty Otto's Recommendation: Over

It’s a primetime ABC television tilt between Penn State and Ohio State as they renew their classic rivalry. The unbeaten Buckeyes survived a strong test from Iowa last week and look to keep their slim BCS title hopes alive. In order to do so they need to not only win but likely win by big margins moving forward as well as get a little help in the form of losses from two teams currently in front of them in the BCS rankings. For Penn State this likely represents their “BCS Title” game as they remain banned from the postseason.

Give much credit to Bill O’Brien and the job he’s done as well as to the kids who have played their tails off for him since he took Read more



Tags: College Football Penn State Nittany Lions Ohio State Buckeyes Big Ten Otto Sports




Sports Betting Podcast 10-22-2013 with Handicappers Sammy P, Ian Cameron, and Rob Veno

10.22.2013     10:05 AM     Printer Friendly
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Tuesday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured handicappers Sammy P, Ian Cameron, and Rob Veno. Sam and Ian broke down tonight's 8 NHL games. Rob recapped Week 8 College Football (SEC, ACC, AAC, Big XII).

Today's segments
Full Show

Sammy P - NHL Every Game on the Board Part I (Free Play)

Ian Cameron - NFL Every Game on the Board Part II

Rob Veno - CFB Week 8 Recap: SEC, ACC, AAC, Big XII

To listen to past shows, be sure to visit our Sportsmemo Podcast Homepage.

ITunes users can subscribe to the Read more



Tags: NHL College Football Sammy P Ian Cameron Rob Veno




College Football Betting News and Notes - Week 8

10.21.2013     11:44 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange

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In a perfect world, North Carolina's upcoming schedule would serve as an opportunity to "buy low" on the Tar Heels. But Thursday’s loss to Miami was one I don't think this team is going to be able to shake off anytime soon. After a 1-4 start, UNC was given an opportunity to save its season with a primetime game against the top 10 Hurricanes. It was unquestionably UNC's best effort I had seen and a game they probably should have won. But Miami made some plays late and left the Tar Heels 1-5 after relatively high preseason expectations. If North Carolina plays like they did against the 'Canes the rest of the way out (vs. BC, at NCST, vs. UVA, at PITT, vs. ODU, vs. DUKE) they could conceivably finish 7-5. But toughness is an issue with this club and it wouldn't surprise me to see them lose a few of those games outright.

Up 28-7 with 8 minutes to go in the third quarter, it looked like Louisville was going to pull away from UCF and remain undefeated. Instead, the Knights fought back and it was clear that the Cardinals didn't know how to respond to actually being in a competitive football game. It was fitting that the final box score in terms of first down, Read more



Tags: College Football Andrew Lange



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