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College Football Gambling: San Jose State undecided on who will coach bowl game

12.11.2012     07:36 AM     Printer Friendly
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Bowling Green vs. San Jose State -7 O/U 47

Early reports indicate that San Jose State's Mike MacIntyre will not coach the Spartans in the Military Bowl. On Monday, MacIntyre accepted the head gig at Colorado. He's also expected to take offensive coordinator Brian Lindgren with him.


"It's hard when you see a guy you admired and respected and you worked hard for put on another school's colors and go out there and have a press conference like that," senior offensive lineman David Quessenberry said. "You kind of feel like you just got broken up with. I'm happy for him. He's pursuing his dreams. Colorado's got a great guy, a good coach and a good recruiter. He's going to be able to accomplish there what he did here."






Tags: College Football San Jose State Spartans Bowling Green Falcons




College Basketball ATS Analysis: Can Illinois-Chicago hold its betting value?

12.11.2012     06:27 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange

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It's college basketball finals week which gives us a chance to catch our breath and analyze the first quarter of the season. Throughout the week we'll be taking a look at ATS successes and failures and trying to project whether or not the trend will continue.

Illinois-Chicago: At the end of last season, UIC had eight wins and ranked 290th nationally according to Ken Pomeroy. There were flashes of competence and a few nice spread covers but the Flames looked as if they were still going to be outmanned on most nights despite heading into the 2012-12 season with a third-year head coach and four returning starters. But here we are, a month into the season, and UIC is 8-1 SU and 7-1 ATS. And their schedule wasn't easy. They lost by seven at New Mexico as 16.5-point underdogs. Beat Iona by five as a 7.5-point underdog on a neutral court. Strolled into Northwestern as double-digit underdogs as won by six. And last time out took down Colorado State as a short home dog. And if you're looking for  reason why all of that took place, defense would be a good place to start.

Will it continue? With the departure of Butler and a few others Read more


Tags: College Basketball Illinois-Chicago Flames Andrew Lange




Teddy Covers' Wiseguy Report: Looking at the contenders in the NFC

12.10.2012     07:57 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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Last week, I spent my Sunday focusing on a handful of AFC playoff contenders, gauging their respective chances for a run to the Super Bowl. This week, it was the NFC's turn to go under the microscope.

Tampa Bay: At the start of the day, the Bucs were legitimate playoff contenders, despite their two game losing streak. By the end of the afternoon, four teams had jumped them in the NFC standings (Dallas, Washington, Minnesota and St Louis), leaving the Bucs as the #11 team in a conference that will send only six teams to the postseason.

Tampa was done in by two failures against the Eagles. First, Josh Freeman spent the entire first half in a nasty funk, completely out of sync with his receivers. Freeman is on pace for his lowest completion percentage since his rookie season and the fewest rushing yards of his career. He's no dual threat these days. Freeman's yards per pass attempt numbers are solid, and he's on track to finish the season with only half as many interceptions as he threw last year. But elite level quarterbacks – playoff quarterbacks – aren't supposed to spend 30 minutes struggling to find any sort of rhythm against a Read more


Tags: NFL Tampa Bay Buccaneers San Francisco 49ers New York Giants Seattle Seahawks Atlanta Falcons Teddy Covers




College Basketball ATS Analysis: Creighton Blue Jays continue to cover spreads

12.10.2012     07:47 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange

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It's college basketball finals week which gives us a chance to catch our breath and analyze the first quarter of the season. Throughout the week we'll be taking a look at ATS successes and failures and trying to project whether or not the trend will continue.

Creighton Blue Jays: What makes Creighton’s 7-1 ATS record unique is that preseason expectations were very high. This is a team that won 29 games last season and returned practically everyone including their star, Doug McDermott. So how have they been able to make their backers money? Amazingly, it’s been defense. We mentioned last season’s 29 wins yet the Blue Jays were a .500 team against the spread – in large part because they couldn’t defend. Creighton allowed over a point per possessions, didn’t force turnovers, and simply outscored the competition – something they were very good at – in order to win. This season, despite more than a few inflated pointspreads, the Blue Jays are actually defending. After returning home from a Thanksgiving tournament, Creighton was blitzed at home by Boise State, 83-70. But what they’ve done since Read more


Tags: College Basketball Creighton Blue Jays Andrew Lange




NFL Handicapping: Packers and Browns top consensus bets for Week 14

12.09.2012     07:26 AM     Printer Friendly
Quick run through of the top consensus plays for NFL Week 14 according to Bookmaker. Note that the percentages represent the number of bets made on a side/total/moneyline.

Top Sides
Cleveland -7.5 72.4%
Green Bay -6.5 72.4%
Atlanta -3 61.3%
Indianapolis -5.5 60.6%
Chicago -3 60.3%

Top Totals
Atlanta-Carolina OVER 47.5 80.2%
Chicago-Minnesota OVER 39.5 73.2%
Philadelphia-Tampa Bay OVER 48 70.7%
NY Jets-Jacksonville UNDER 38.9 70.0%
St. Louis-Buffalo OVER 42.5 63.5%

Top Moneylines
Dallas +150 80.3%
Indianapolis -245 71.2%
Kansas City +270 67.3%
Green Bay -295 66.7%
Pittsburgh -375 66.7%



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Thursday Night Football Betting Odds: Will double-digit home dog trend continue?

12.06.2012     01:35 PM     Printer Friendly
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Denver -10 at Oakland O/U 48.5

If there is one positive for the Oakland Raiders tonight it's that they're a double-digit home underdog. Historically, it's been a very profitable profile with 56% winners (35-28 ATS) dating back to 2000. Of late, it has been even stronger with nine straight cashes and a 19-8 ATS mark since 2009. That trend however hasn't deterred a majority of bettors from supporting the Denver Broncos for tonight’s Thursday night contest. According to Bookmaker, 71% of side bets have been placed on the chalk.




Tags: NFL Oakland Raiders Denver Broncos




College Football Handicapping: Coaching changes for bowl-bound squads

12.06.2012     06:17 AM     Printer Friendly
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Some updates and links to all of the college football coaching changes to bowl-bound teams.

Arkansas State - Gus Malzahn will not coach in the GoDaddy.com Bowl after accepting the head gig at Auburn. ASU named defensive coordinator John Thompson interim head coach. The Red Wolves will have plenty of time to get over their loss with game day not until January 6.

Cincinnati - Butch Jones will make an announcement later today about his future. Plenty of rumors circulating that he is headed to Colorado.

Kent State - Darrell Hazell accepted the head job at Purdue but will stick around for Kent's bowl game against Arkansas State.

Purdue - Wide receiver coach Read more


Tags: College Football




William Hill sportsbook offers $20 College Football Bowl contest

12.05.2012     08:14 AM     Printer Friendly
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For those of you living in Las Vegas be sure to check out William Hill's College Football Bowl Challenge. The contest costs $20 as players select 20 games against the spread. No limit on the amount of entries per person. Winner takes home $10,000.


“This bowl contest, it’s something we’ve thought about for a while,” William Hill Director of Public Relations Jimmy Vaccaro said. “It should be a fun contest, and it will be exciting if someone hits the $50,000 bonus to cap off what’s already been an outstanding college football season.

“This contest is not just one-of-a-kind, but it will be fun, because bowl season is just so unpredictable. Plus, a $20 bill gets you action for more than three weeks, which is hard to top.”






Tags: College Football




College Football Gambling: Quick takes on bowl game motivation Part I

12.04.2012     01:29 PM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange

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It's bowl season and that means motivation becomes a big factor in our handicap. One thing bettors must realize is a lot can happen from now until game day. Teams off disappointing regular seasons have plenty of time to lick their wounds whereas the excitement of reaching the postseason for others can easily wear off. Let's have a little fun and try and forecast the current state of mind of these bowl bound squads. Part I today, Part II tomorrow.

Nevada vs. Arizona - Rich Rod has to be pleased to be bowling in his first year. And Nevada – who somehow owns the weaker defense in this matchup – is no doubt excited it doesn't have to play in the Military Bowl in DC. Edge: Arizona

Toledo vs. Utah State - Win the WAC, get shipped to the Potato Bowl...yippee! Finished tied for second in the MAC West, get shipped to the Potato Bowl...yippee! Edge: None

BYU vs. San Diego State - BYU has been locked into the Poinsettia Bowl for nearly a month. SDSU played in this same bowl back in 2010 and beat Navy 35-14. Edge: None

Ball State vs. Central Florida - Lose the C-USA Championship Read more


Tags: College Football Andrew Lange




College Basketball Betting Free Play: Northwestern Wildcats at Baylor Bears

12.04.2012     11:27 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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Northwestern at Baylor -10.5 O/U 133.5
Recommendation: Baylor


Northwestern was overwhelmed by Baylor’s size and athleticism last year, thoroughly whipped in a 69-41 home loss to the Bears.  Don’t expect a dramatically different result in tonight’s rematch – the Wildcats deficiencies are likely to be on full display once again this evening.

The Wildcats were annihilated on their home floor by Maryland in the ACC-Big Ten showdown last week, losing by 20.  It didn’t get any better last weekend, when Northwestern held Illinois-Chicago to 31% shooting, won the rebounding battle by 13 and STILL lost at home by six as double-digit favorites.  Head coach Bill Carmody has limited depth once again, bad news against an athletic, fast paced squad like Baylor.  And the Bears have seen (and defended) Carmody’s Princeton offense before – don’t expect the Wildcats scoring woes to end against this Read more


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