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College Football Betting Update: Illinois' defense claims it is better prepared

09.20.2012     06:01 AM     Printer Friendly
UPDATE

Louisiana Tech at Illinois -3 O/U 62.5

So Illinois' defense was confused against Arizona State, right? Hopefully they hired a tutor because Saturday’s opponent Louisiana Tech has been known to confuse a defense or two. According to the Illini, everything that went wrong in Tempe has been fixed. Quarterback Nathan Scheelhaase (ankle) is expected to play but reports indicate he will not be 100%.


“I’ve seen them hike the ball before the chains are set,’’ Illini defensive back Ashante Williams said. “This is our toughest test to date.’’

“As a defense, we talked about everybody communicating, whoever has the call,’’

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Tags: College Football Illinois Fighting Illini Big Ten Louisiana Tech Bulldogs WAC




College Football Gambling Preview: Clemson Tigers at Florida State Seminoles

09.19.2012     02:23 PM     ICC     Printer Friendly
Submitted by ICC

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Clemson at Florida State
Ian Cameron's Recommendation:
Over
Saturday, 5 pm PT - ABC
CRIS Opener:
Florida State -12 O/U 55.5
CRIS Current: Florida State -14 O/U 57
Rob Veno's Power Rating: Florida State -8.5

The biggest game of the week takes place at Doak Campbell Stadium in Tallahassee between ACC title contenders Clemson and Florida State. Clemson won last year’s meeting 35-30 at home and have notched wins against Auburn, Ball State, and Furman. It’s more than fair to say that Florida State hasn’t been tested at all so far. They routed a pair of FCS teams, Savannah State and Murray State, followed by a 52-0 shutout over powerless Wake Forest.

This will be the first true test of the season for the Seminoles as the Clemson offense features a great quarterback and multiple skill position weapons. Tajh Boyd has thrown for 747 yards, with 6 TDs and just 1 INT. They Read more



Tags: College Football Clemson Tigers Florida State Seminoles ACC Ian Cameron




College Football Gambling Preview: Michigan Wolverines at Notre Dame Fighting Irish

09.19.2012     01:11 PM     Rob Veno     Printer Friendly
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Michigan at Notre Dame
Rob Veno's Recommendation:
Over
Saturday, 4:30 pm PT - NBC
CRIS Opener:
Notre Dame -5 O/U 51
CRIS Current: Notre Dame -5.5 O/U 51
Rob Veno's Power Rating: Notre Dame -4.5

Through three games this season, Notre Dame has incrementally begun to reestablish themselves among public opinion as a legitimate top 25 team. Their upgraded defensive performance in every area has been pointed to by most as the number one difference between this Irish team and previous versions over the past five seasons. While it seems apparent that Notre Dame is vastly improved on defense, this Saturday’s game versus Michigan figures to let everyone know just how much better they are.

Analyzing Notre Dame’s first three opponents you can find reasons to not fully buy into major defensive improvement. Now that Navy’s option attack has been completely grounded by Penn State, Read more



Tags: College Football Michigan Wolverines Big Ten Notre Dame Fighting Irish Rob Veno




College Football Betting: Minnesota won't change gameplan with Shortell at QB

09.19.2012     07:28 AM     Printer Friendly
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Syracuse at Minnesota -1.5 O/U 59

Minnesota quarterback MarQueis Gray has been ruled out for Saturday's game against Syracuse. Max Shortell, who relieved Gray last week (10-of-17, 188 yards, 3 TDs, 1 INT), will start. On yesterday's Sportsmemo Podcast, handicapper Erin Rynning pointed out that Minnesota may even be better off without Gray and that no pointspread adjustment should be made for his absence.


"We're going to block the same way," he said. "We're going to run the same routes. There are certain parts of it now we can move into that game plan because Max is there that we maybe stayed away from because it wasn't MarQueis' strength. One part goes in, one part goes

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Tags: College Football Minnesota Golden Gophers Big Ten Syracuse Orange Big East Erin Rynning




NFL Gambling Preview: Philadelphia Eagles at Arizona Cardinals

09.18.2012     01:10 PM     Otto Sports     Printer Friendly
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Philadelphia at Arizona
Marty Otto's Recommendation:
Arizona
Sunday, 1 pm PT - FOX
CRIS Opener:
Philadelphia -4 O/U 44
CRIS Current: Philadelphia -4 O/U 43.5
Rob Veno's Power Rating: Philadelphia -4

The Arizona Cardinals shocked the world with their win over Tom Brady and the Patriots last week. But they didn’t just win; frankly I thought their defense dominated the game and I for one saw nothing fluky about the victory. Now there are plenty of interesting stats that have been pointed out in this space before and some of them suggest the Cards have been lucky in their success. I can’t deny the stats but I can say having watched them last week that they at Read more



Tags: NFL Arizona Cardinals Philadelphia Eagles Otto Sports




NFL Betting News and Notes Week 2

09.18.2012     11:18 AM     ICC     Printer Friendly
Submitted by ICC

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Bengals "D"-clawed
The Cincinnati Bengals were ranked 7th in the NFL last year defensively. They averaged 20.2 ppg allowed and 316.2 ypg allowed. Mike Zimmer's defense had a secondary capable of shutting down some of the better passing attacks and a front that caused havoc on quarterbacks. We haven't seen either of those two elements in their first two games of 2012. Cincinnati was absolutely torched by Baltimore in Week 1, allowing a staggering 44 points and 430 yards to the Ravens and their no-huddle offense. Despite coming away victorious on Sunday, they followed that up with a very troubling 27 points and 439 yards allowed to a Cleveland Browns offense led by a rookie quarterback who was nothing short of anemic in Week 1. Cincinnati has taken a steep decline defensively in just two games. The question now is this a blip on the radar for what was a terrific stop unit or a sign of things to come? If it's the latter, don't expect the Bengals to remain competitive in the AFC North against the likes of the Ravens and Steelers.

Who Are Those Buffalo Bills?
OK, so after their blowout loss against the New York Jets we Read more



Tags: NFL Cincinnati Begals Buffalo Bills Dallas Cowboys Ian Cameron




Sports Betting Podcast 9-18-2012 with Handicappers Erin Rynning and Alf Musketa

09.18.2012     10:25 AM     Printer Friendly
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Tuesday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured handicappers Erin Ryning and Alf Musketa. Erin covered the Big Ten while Alf broke down this week's football line moves.

Today's segments
Full Show

Erin Rynning - Big Ten Conference

Alf Musekta - Football Line Moves

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: NFL College Football Erin Rynning Alf Musekta Big Ten




NFL Betting Analysis: Trying to make sense of the Arizona Cardinals

09.17.2012     12:31 PM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange

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On today's Sportsmemo Podcast, Teddy Covers mentioned that dating back to last year, the Arizona Cardinals are on a quiet 9-2 straight up run. And part of the reason it hasn't grabbed people's attention is that they've been doing it with defense. During that 11-game span, the Cardinals allowed 18.1 ppg and 326.7 ypg. The slate wasn't loaded with high-powered offenses but there were a few with Dallas, Philadelphia and most recently New England.

Now, Arizona was fortunate. Four of their nine wins came in overtime and the biggest victory was by six points – thanks to a 99-yard punt return…again in OT. Arizona doesn't even have a full 1 ppg advantage over those 11 opponents and were outgained and out first-downed overall. But the most mind blowing stat is that in those 11 games, Arizona won the turnover battle just once! In six of those games, they LOST the turnover battle and still managed to go 4-2. So we have an 11-game sample (which is nothing to go crazy over), a team that gave up more yards, more first downs, had a miniscule 0.9 ppg scoring advantage, was -10 in turnover margin, AND went 9-2 SU/8-3 ATS! That brain of yours starting to Read more



Tags: NFL Arizona Cardinals Andrew Lange




College Foobtall Betting: SEC News and Notes Week 3

09.17.2012     11:22 AM     Alatex Sports     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Alatex Sports

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It wouldn’t have mattered if Tyler Wilson had played for Arkansas this week against Alabama, as the Crimson Tide overwhelmed the Razorbacks, 52-0. Wilson might have kept the goose egg off the scoreboard, but that’s about it. Arkansas now faces questions about whether or not it quit at the end of the game and the beleaguered defense has allowed 1,300 yards in three games. Alabama gave up just 137 yards and pitched its second straight shutout.

Also impressing this week was the Florida Gators, earning their first win over a ranked team in the Will Muschamp era. Florida piled up 555 yards and outscored Tennessee 27-6 in the second half en route to a 37-20 win. Jeff Driskel played his best game as a Gator and appears to be settling into the job. It will be interesting to see if the Gators build on this offensive performance. They still ran the ball 68% of the time and have attempted only 58 passes in three games.

South Carolina and Georgia remained unbeaten and the Gators’ principle competition in the SEC East. Carolina hammered UAB, 49-6, with Connor Shaw and Dylan Thompson splitting time at quarterback. Georgia pasted Florida Atlantic, Read more



Tags: College Football SEC Brent Crow




Teddy Covers' Wiseguy Report: A look at second-year NFL quarterbacks and their teams

09.17.2012     06:10 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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Last week, I focused on the five rookie starting quarterbacks behind center on opening day. This Sunday, continuing the theme, I spent the afternoon watching the five quarterbacks drafted in the first 35 picks last year, all of whom are now starters. I tried to evaluate each QB within the context of his team – they can't be successful without the complimentary pieces of the equation surrounding them, both on offense and on defense. Here are my thoughts:

Cincinnati Bengals – Andy Dalton was the only rookie QB to lead his team to the playoffs last year, and he’s definitely right there with Cam Newton as the best of the 2011 draft class right now. He’s got great footwork in the pocket; nimble on his feet while sidestepping pressure. And when we consider how much pressure he was under – the Bengals injury riddled line was really struggling unable to consistently run or pass block – Dalton’s performance was even that much more impressive.

This team is loaded with WR talent; not just AJ Green, although Green is really developing into a Top 10 NFL receiver. Armon Binns made plays all over the field today; Read more



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