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Canadian Football League Week 4 Betting Recap

07.24.2013     11:26 AM     ICC     Printer Friendly
Submitted by ICC

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Here is my recap of Week 4 in the Canadian Football League as I provide a quick hitter, team-by-team analysis...

Montreal Alouettes (1-3 SU/ATS)
Montreal’s offense finally showed up but the problem was it was only for a quarter! Having put up just 18 points on offense in their two prior games, the Alouettes scored 24 points in the first quarter to take a 24-0 lead against Calgary. They then proceeded to score three points the rest of the game, coughing up the lead and losing 38-27 as 7-point road underdogs – a performance that certainly made Montreal bettors nauseous. The defense, which had been solid in their first three games, was shredded both against the run and pass and special teams played a major role in the loss. Montreal’s Noel Devine looked to have a sure kickoff return touchdown only to have Calgary’s Fred Bennett track him down and punch the football out of his arms. Calgary recovered it in the end zone for a game changing touchback. A touchdown there would have given Montreal the lead back but instead Calgary used it to further their momentum and put the game away. The Alouettes are quickly becoming a comedy of Read more



Tags: CFL Ian Cameron




College Football Betting Podcast: ACC Coastal Preview

07.24.2013     10:26 AM     Printer Friendly
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Wednesday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured handicapper Rob Veno. Rob and host Andrew Lange previewed the ACC Coastal and talked Conference Odds and Season Over/Under Wins.

Today's segments
Rob Veno - ACC Coastal Preview

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

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




Tags: College Football Rob Veno ACC




NFL Betting News: Cleveland Browns change philosophy under new DC

07.24.2013     07:29 AM     Printer Friendly
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Good article on Cleveland Browns first-year defensive coordinator Ray Horton. Horton spent the last two seasons as Arizona's DC.


“I keep saying there’s a learning curve, a transition period to get accustomed to what we’re doing, how I call a game, how they best react to a game, what they do best,” Horton said. “The players like it. I like it. What I’m hoping is the opponents don’t like it.” -

“We play run first, we really do,” he said. “Our guys upfront are big, strong, I love our guys upfront. I hope our guys will embrace being a total defense, not just an attacking defense, not just a coverage defense. I want smart football players that understand the football game and it’s a run and pass league.”







Tags: NFL Cleveland Browns




College Football Gambling: Maryland's offense primed for improvement

07.23.2013     06:31 AM     Printer Friendly
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Remember last year when Maryland was so depleted at the quarterback position it was forced to start a linebacker? Things look significantly better heading into fall camp with CJ Brown back after a torn ACL as well as Perry Hills and Caleb Rowe who both saw time as freshmen. Brown's ability to run (574 yards, 7.27 ypc in 2011) would certainly help and offense that averaged only 103 ypg on the ground last season.  Overall, things set up well for the Terps' offense in 2013. Their top nine rushers from a year ago were underclassmen. All three quarterbacks were freshmen. And their top two pass catchers were also underclassmen. They also return three starters along the offensive line. Not a stretch to assume Maryland will improve on last season's 20.1 ppg.




Tags: College Football Maryland Terrapins ACC




College Football Handicapping: Additional official could allow Big XII teams to play faster

07.22.2013     01:04 PM     Printer Friendly
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According to reports, the Big XII plans on adding an extra official this season for the purpose of spotting the ball quicker after the end of a play. Oklahoma State, who is no stranger to up-tempo play, welcomes the addition. Baylor, OSU, Oklahoma, and West Virginia all ran over 1,000 offense plays during their 13-game schedules last season.


“The majority of the teams are playing up tempo, and the game changes over time,” said OSU coach Mike Gundy. “They added an official years ago because of more forward passes, I believe. They had to have an official to where they could see down the field more because people start throwing more passes.

“Well, now a number of teams are up tempo. And this allows the officials to get the ball set where an offense can play and a defense can play, and they can still officiate the game.

“What that does, it allows one person to get the ball and get it set and get out of the way, instead of a person trying to do that and also look at what he’s supposed to be

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Tags: College Football Oklahoma State Cowboys Big XII




NFL Betting News: Colts hire former Stanford assistant to serve as OC

07.22.2013     08:19 AM     Printer Friendly
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With Bruce Arians now the head coach of the Arizona Cardinals, the Indianapolis Colts dipped into the college ranks for a new offensive coordinator. Pep Hamilton, who served as Stanford's OC/QB coach during Andrew Luck's tenure, will take over for Arians. Hamilton has experience at the NFL level having served as QB coach for the Jets, 49ers, and Bears. According to various media reports, it was a great hire for the Colts.




Tags: NFL Indianapolis Colts




NFL Handicapping: NFL Summer Review

07.20.2013     06:32 AM     Printer Friendly
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Submitted by Stat Intelligence

Yesterday we reviewed Drive Point numbers and schedule strengths for the AFC (you can read that here if you missed it). Today, as promised, we’re back to do the NFC.

It was a really strange year in the NFC…and we have to talk about that strangeness before running the numbers. Those of you who have seen our estimated Power Rating scale in all sports know that I generally make 85 championship caliber…and rank everybody with that in mind. Last year, through most of the season, the NFC consisted of:

*About 6 teams who were 82-ish, and not consistent enough to make a run at 85

*About 9 teams who were 78-79-ish much of the time

*Arizona, who was well off the pace

San Francisco peaked at the right time…and rode that all the way to the Super Bowl. Seattle peaked late, and could make a legitimate case for being within arm’s length of 85 at the very Read more



Tags: NFL Stat Intelligence




College Football Betting: Mountain West Conference preview

07.18.2013     08:05 AM     Rob Veno     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Rob Veno

Mountain West Conference Preview

Quarterback Driven League: The starting quarterback play in this conference is as deep and as talented as it has ever been. Returnees Derek Carr (Fresno State), David Fales (San Jose State), Cody Fajardo (Nevada), Chuckie Keeton (Utah State), Brett Smith (Wyoming), Nick Sherry (U.N.L.V.) Joe Southwick (Boise State) and Conner Smith all figure to either equal or increase their team’s offensive production of last season.

New Head Coaches: Nevada, San Jose State and Utah State will all have new head coaches this season. Utah State promoted from within as last season’s OC Matt Wells takes over and their transition should be seamless. The schemes remain in pace on each side of the ball and play during the spring practice session drew solid reviews from HC Wells. While the base systems will remain the same, the coordinators are new. OC Kevin McGiven was the OC at Montana State LY while DC Todd Orlando held the same position at Florida international LY.

At Nevada, Brian Polian takes over for Wolfpack legendary HC Chris Ault. Read more



Tags: CFB MWC Rob Veno




MLB Betting Free Play: All Star Game

07.16.2013     10:27 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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2013 MLB All Star Game:
NL -115, O/U 8
Recommendation: Take the Under


The American League has been the better league, top-to-bottom, for more than a decade. This shows in a variety of ways. The AL is more than 200 games over .500 in interleague play since 1997. They’ve been at least ten games over .500 in interleague play in every year since 2005. The AL went 142-110 against the NL last year, and here in 2013, the AL has gone 107-94 thusfar, well on their way to another winning record.

Yes, the NL has won each of the last three World Series. But a longer term look shows the AL emerging victorious 12 times in the last 21 Fall Classics – no edge for the NL in that department either.

Of course, this column is about the 2013 All Star Game, not which league is better overall. The last three All Star games have all been won by the NL, and none of them have been particularly close, with the senior circuit outscoring their counterparts by a combined score of 16-2 in those games. That being said, a longer sample size here offers very different results. Prior to the All Star Game wins over the Read more



Tags: MLB Teddy Covers All Star Game Free Play




Teddy Covers Las Vegas Wise Guys Report: NFL Season O/U Wins

07.15.2013     10:16 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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I’ve written a couple of columns about the first NFL win totals posted here in Las Vegas. Now that the betting markets are starting to mature, it’s time to take another look at the Over/Under win totals for all 32 teams for the coming year. This week’s focus is on strength of schedule for the upcoming campaign.

I closed out my last column on NFL win totals by looking back at last year’s final strength of schedule, based on my power rating numbers for each opponent on the week that the game was played. Here was my final assessment:

“The New York Giants faced single toughest schedule from last year based on my numbers on the weeks the games were played. The Saints weren’t far behind. Arizona, San Francisco, Tennessee, Baltimore and St Louis all faced abnormally tough slates.
“On the easy side, the Colts, Texans and Bengals all stood out; by far the three easiest schedules in the league. Miami, Atlanta and San Diego also had much easier than average slates. In my next column, I’ll write about the next step in the process -- identifying accurate strength of schedule numbers for 2013.”

That Read more



Tags: NFL Season Wins Teddy Covers



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