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College Football Handicapping: Conference championship early line moves

11.26.2012     08:03 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Taking a quick look at the early lines moves for this weekend's college football conference championships.

Big East - Louisville at Rutgers (Thursday)
After both teams lost last weekend, Thursday's matchups becomes the de facto title game. Rutgers opened -2.5 but was quickly bet up to -3 across the board.

MAC - Northern Illinois vs. Kent State (Friday at Detroit)
No regular season meeting as both teams finished unblemished in league play. Combined the two squads were 20-4 against the spread. Interesting to see if the market pushes this game off the dead number of 5. CRIS opened NIU -5 but a small move towards Kent bumped it down to -4.5. The rest of the market has held firm at -5.

PAC-12 - UCLA at Stanford (Friday)
Both teams met last week as Stanford jumped out to an early lead and cruised to a 35-17 victory. Note that the Bruins had already wrapped up the PAC-12 South prior to the contest – and are probably happy to be facing the Cardinal as oppose to Oregon. Stanford appears to be much improved since the move to quarterback Kevin Hogan who in four games has connected on 73% of Read more

Tags: College Football SEC PAC-12 Sun Belt C-USA Big Ten SEC Big East MAC

Teddy Covers' Wiseguy Report: Dissecting the NFL's bottom feeders Part II

11.26.2012     07:20 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers blog entry.
Last week, I turned my focus towards the bottom feeders; teams that some folks have been calling “dead.” There were more struggling squads than I could cover in a single column; hence Part II of my bottom feeder report this week.

With five games remaining on the slate for every NFL team, there’s still time to make money fading the teams that have quit on their coach and their season. On the other end of the spectrum, there’s an opportunity to make money with teams that are out of playoff contention IF they play with passion and precision down the stretch.

Here’s my take on this five-pack of sub .500 clubs...

Cleveland - Rookie QB Brandon Weeden continues to struggle, throwing an early pick six, putting the Browns in a hole. QB woes have plagued this franchise since their inception/return to Cleveland more than a decade ago, and I've seen nothing out of Weeden as a rookie to make me think that he's a franchise QB, capable of leading this team back to Read more

Tags: NFL Cleveland Browns St. Louis Rams Oakland Raiders St. Louis Rams Arizona Cardinals Teddy Covers

NFL Gambling: San Francisco hints that Kaepernick will start vs. Saints

11.23.2012     07:29 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
San Francisco -1 at New Orleans O/U 49

San Francisco's Alex Smith passed his concussion tests and was able to practice yesterday. But Colin Kaepernick has taken all of the first-team snaps and will likely start Sunday against the New Orleans Saints.

"He's looked good, really sharp," Roman said. "He's gotten plenty of practice time. There's a lot of different scenarios this week and it's fluid. We talk through them, and it will change according to how the big picture changes, and obviously the quarterback position is a huge piece of that."

Tags: NFL San Francisco 49ers New Orleans Saints

College Football Handicapping: Michigan State seeks bowl eligibility vs. Minnesota

11.20.2012     11:48 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Michigan State -8 at Minnesota O/U 38

Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio went so far as to say that his team "will win" Saturday at Minnesota. Wisely, he didn't make mention about winning by margin, something the Spartans have had difficulty with this year. Last week marked the seventh straight time an MSU game was decided by four points or less. The Spartans went 2-5 SU/ATS in those contests.

"It's a program game for us, there's no question about that," he said. "It would be our sixth straight bowl game, so it is very significant to the program. We need to be motivated by that fact."

"When we win Saturday and I'll say when

Read more

Tags: College Football Michigan State Spartans Minnesota Golden Gophers Big Ten

Oddsmakers weigh in on potential Notre Dame-Alabama BCS title game

11.19.2012     02:06 PM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
They are already talking about a Notre Dame-Alabama BCS National Championship. Still a lot of football left to be played but let's assume that's the matchup. What's the line? According to Kenny White, Alabama would be -7. Jimmy Vaccaro said he'd make the game -10.5/-11 and with it likely to close around -13.

“Obviously, from a business standpoint, we’re rooting for an Alabama-Notre Dame matchup to become a reality,” Vaccaro told The Linemakers on Sporting News. ”If we get that game with the intrigue already built in between the two storied programs, and the length of time that it will be on the board from early December to almost mid-January, it will be the single biggest handle on any college football game ever booked.”

Tags: College Football Notre Dame Fighting Irish Alabama Crimson Tide

Teddy Covers' Wiseguy Report: Dissecting the NFL's bottom feeders

11.19.2012     12:26 PM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers blog entry.
Over the last few weeks, I’ve been watching the contenders from both conferences closely. This week, I turned my focus towards the bottom feeders; teams that some folks have been calling ‘dead’ in recent weeks.

With six games remaining on the slate for every NFL team, there’s still plenty of time to make money fading the teams that have quit on their coach and their season. And there’s most definitely an opportunity to make money with last place teams IF they play with passion and precision down the stretch.

Here’s my take on four teams that entered Sunday’s games in last place in their respective divisions.

Kansas City - We're 11 weeks into the season, and this sorry Chiefs offense hasn't improved one iota. There's talent to work with – Jamal Charles and Peyton Hillis make a decent 'thunder and lightning' duo running the football. Dwayne Bowe, Tony Moeaki, Dexter McCluster and Steve Breaston have all enjoyed past success as playmaking pass catchers, although Bowe got hurt early and wasn’t a factor here.

But the same two issues that have plagued KC all year haven't gone Read more

Tags: NFL Jacksonville Jaguars Kansas City Chiefs Philadelphia Eagles New York Jets Teddy Covers

College Football Handicapping: Penn State's best defender out vs. Wisconsin

11.19.2012     12:00 PM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Wisconsin at Penn State -3

Penn State's best defender, linebacker Michael Mauti, will miss Saturday's game against Wisconsin due to a knee injury. Projected by some to win Big Ten Defensive POY, Mauti posted big numbers: 95 tackles, three INTs, three forced fumbles and 2.5 sacks.

Tags: College Football Penn State Nittany Lions Wisconsin Badgers Big Ten

College Football Handicapping: Minnesota's o-line limps into matchup at Nebraska

11.16.2012     12:37 PM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Minnesota at Nebraska -20 O/U 53

Minnesota's offensive line looks to be an absolute mess heading into Saturday's game at Nebraska.

“I mean at the end of the day you just want to see (the players) feel good for all the things they put into it,” Kill said. “So they felt good about it, but as a coach, we’re in the coaching deal trying to figure out what are we going to do at center. “We’re going to Lincoln, Neb. You’re already working ahead. That’s the tough thing about coaching. You don’t get a chance to step back and, boy this is great, because you gotta move forward. We got two games left and we gotta keep getting better and we gotta find a way to keep some healthy bodies out there.”

Tags: College Football Minnesota Golden Gophers Nebraska Cornhuskers Big Ten

College Football ATS Analysis: Michigan State asked to win by unfamiliar margin

11.15.2012     12:58 PM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Northwestern at Michigan State -7.5 O/U 45

The betting markets have come out in full support of Michigan State for Saturday's home tilt against Northwestern. The Spartans opened -6.5 but crossed the key number of -7 and are now -7.5 at CRIS, Pinnacle and Grande. It is an intriguing move considering MSU's last six games have been decided by 4, 3 (OT), 2, 3 (OT), 4 and 1. The only wins the Spartans have by more than a touchdown came against Eastern Michigan (MSU trailed 7-3 at halftime) and Central Michigan. Meanwhile, Northwestern's three losses came by 7 (OT), 1 and 11 (NU led in the 4th quarter).

Tags: College Football Michigan State Spartans Northwestern Wildcats Big Ten

CBB Betting Free Play: Western Carolina Catamounts at Wichita State Shockers

11.15.2012     12:02 PM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Western Carolina +16.5 at Wichita State
Recommendation: Western Carolina

Spot plays don't come around too often this early in the college basketball season but I'm not expecting an all-out effort from Wichita State this evening. On Tuesday, the Shockers grabbed a big road with at VCU – the type of victory that pads a resume and has everyone talking that despite losing five key seniors, Wichita is a force to be reckon with. That may be the case as there is a lot of talent on this team. But having seniors is what helps avoid letdown situations. Western Carolina closed out last season strong, taking Davidson to double OT in the So-Con tournament championship game. They don't have anything particularly special; Larry Hunter typically brings in raw athletes who play hard. Wichita led NC Central by 20 much of the second half but backed off late and won by 14. No one played more than 28 minutes in that game and I would imagine, two days removed Read more

Tags: College Basketball Wichita State Shockers Western Carolina Catamounts Andrew Lange


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