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College Football Betting: Tennessee going through growing pains with 3-4 defense

09.26.2012     07:13 AM     Printer Friendly
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Tennessee at Georgia -13 O/U 60.5

Good article on 3-4 defenses in the SEC. It looks like Tennessee is experiencing the same type of struggles Georgia endured when it made the switch under defensive coordinator Todd Grantham back in 2010. During that initial season, the Bulldogs allowed 5.64 yards per play and 355.8 yards per game vs. the SEC. Last season, there was significant improvement (4.22 ypp, 247.9 ypg vs. SEC). Tennessee's 3-4 defense under first-year DC (and former Alabama LB coach) Sal Sunseri was gashed each of the last two weeks against Akron and Florida.


"From a coverage standpoint, we are pretty complex, and I think that you've got to get some reps in it," Grantham said of his system. "I think the best thing we've done is to maintain our consistency from day one here. As players develop and get that

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Tags: College Football Tennessee Volunteers Georgia Bulldogs SEC




NFL Betting News and Notes Week 3

09.25.2012     02:00 PM     ICC     Printer Friendly
Submitted by ICC

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In this week's article, I examine the group of undefeated and winless teams heading into Week 4.

The 3-0 Club

Houston is the most complete of the remaining undefeated 3-0 squads. Quarterback Matt Schaub went on the road to Denver and outplayed Peyton Manning at his own game as he completed a pair of deep ball touchdown passes in the win. Their running game is strong with the Arian Foster and Ben Tate combo. The defense is good at all levels – DL, LB and in the secondary. J.J. Watt is making a strong case for being the best defensive player in the league. The Texans are simply getting things done on both sides of the football. They are a legitimate 3-0 team and a legitimate Super Bowl contender especially when they play at the level we saw from them on Sunday in Denver.

I do have some questions about the Arizona Cardinals and their 3-0 start but one thing can't be denied – their defense is flying around and making plays all over the field. We saw their ferocious pass rush make life miserable for Philadelphia quarterback Mike Vick. It's a defensive line with tons of playmakers including Calais Campbell, Darnell Dockett and Read more



Tags: NFL Houston Texans Arizona Cardinals New Orleans Saints Cleveland Browns Ian Cameron




Sports Betting Podcast 9-25-2012 with Handicappers Erin Rynning and Alf Musketa

09.25.2012     10:26 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 weekend's Ryder Cup.

Today's segments
Full Show

Erin Rynning - Big Ten Conference

Alf Musekta - PGA Ryder Cup

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

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Tags: College Football PGA Erin Rynning Alf Musekta Big Ten




College Football Betting: Illinois players not pleased with DC play calling

09.25.2012     08:45 AM     Printer Friendly
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Penn State at Illinois -1.5 O/U 41.5

A few weeks ago we posted a blog on and how there was mass confusion with Illinois' defense during its 45-14 loss to Arizona. Following last week's 52-24 loss to Louisiana Tech, we now have players questioning the playing calling of first-year defensive coordinator Tim Banks. Last year under Vic Koenning, the Illini relied heavily on the blitz and it paid off as the unit ranked 7th nationally in total defense and 6th in sacks with 41. Head coach Tim Beckman defended the play calling saying that they were forced to adjust due to ASU and LT's up-tempo Read more



Tags: College Football Illinois Fighting Illini Penn State Nittany Lions Big Ten




Teddy Covers' Wiseguy Report: NFL Pretenders and Contenders

09.24.2012     08:08 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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This week, I focused my attention on the six NFL teams that entered Week 3 with undefeated records. Contenders? Pretenders? Read on to find out my take!

San Francisco - Randy Moss was targeted repeatedly here but he didn't make many plays. And this team is not taking 'big play' shots down the field; nothing but short, high percentage routes against the Vikings Cover-2. Normally, San Fran is consistently in third and short situations thanks to the strength of their running game. And with Alex Smith very capable of making short, accurate throws, they're going to be converting third downs at a high percentage all season long.

But this OL is better run blocking than they are pass blocking – Smith was forced out of the pocket repeatedly today by the Vikings pass rush. And for whatever reason, the Niners came out passing instead of running: nine throws on their first ten plays from scrimmage; finishing the game with nearly a 2:1 pass-to-run ratio. When Smith finally threw deep, trailing by eleven with less than three minutes to play, it was an overthrown interception; his first since last Thanksgiving at Baltimore.

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Tags: NFL San Francisco 49ers Arizona Cardinals Philadelphia Eagles Houston Texans San Diego Chargers Atlanta Falcons Teddy Covers




College Football Handicapping: First half betting trends to watch

09.21.2012     02:47 PM     Rob Veno     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Rob Veno

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While second half betting in football garners much more attention and money from bettors, there’s also money to be made on specific teams each season betting on the first half. Obviously there is much more speculation involved in playing first halves simply because you don’t get the benefit of watching an entire half play out before you make your wager. In examining all boarded teams that have had three first half betting results thus far, it’s interesting to note that there is only one team in the land that has gone OVER in all three. There are seven that have stayed UNDER the first half total in all three of their games. In this column I’ll take a quick look at the four teams with the most decisive results and then list the other four at the end. These four have been easy moneymakers:

1. Bowling Green – Where has the Falcons offense gone? Even with junior QB Matt Schilz at the helm and seven returning offensive starters, Bowling Green has produced a grand total of 17 combined points. The disheartening part for BGSU fans is that two of their opponents have been Toledo and Idaho who possess below average defenses. The lack of Read more



Tags: College Football Bowling Green Falcons Michigan State Spartans Kentucky Wildcats South Carolina Gamecocks Rob Veno




College Football Betting Stock Watch: Minnesota Golden Gophers on the upswing

09.21.2012     01:19 PM     ER Sports     Printer Friendly
Submitted by ER Sports

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Buy the Minnesota Gophers – Ah, the former days of head coach Glen Mason. Well, the Gophers just might get back to being perennial bowl participants.  Much like the Mason era, the Gophers have parlayed an easy schedule into a strong 3-0 start, which builds confidence.  Just ask Bill Snyder.  The good news is that Jerry Kill can coach football and run a program, which is way more than what Tim Brewster could do.  If you squinted hard enough last season you could see real improvement from the Gophers.  At the end of 2011 they actually covered four of their last five games, while showing vast improvement on both sides of the football.  Now, in the bigger picture, their 3-0 start looks that much better.  Last week, they lost senior quarterback MarQueis Gray to a high ankle sprain.  However, from a power rating perspective this might not be a bad deal at all.  Sophomore quarterback Max Shortell relieved him and promptly threw for three touchdowns.  A downfield passing game actually became a reality.  Look for continued improvement from Minnesota.  

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Tags: College Football Minnesota Golden Gophers Big Ten Erin Rynning




NFL Betting Stock Watch: St. Louis Rams show upside as an underdog

09.21.2012     12:58 PM     ER Sports     Printer Friendly
Submitted by ER Sports

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Buy the St. Louis Rams – To win at sports betting an understanding of “true value” is imperative.  St. Louis is a great example of this in the early going of 2012.  The Rams were dreadful last season, and that might just be an understatement.  They finished 2-14 and never stood a chance.  Injuries hit this team hard of which they lost nearly 100 games.  The schedule was arguably the strongest in the NFL, and a start against Philadelphia, the New York Giants and Baltimore sapped all of their hopes.  The Rams averaged a paltry 12.1 points per game and 24 yards per point.  In searching for value, you need to look for change.  Well, change came in the form of new head coach Jeff Fisher.  Fisher can coach as well as just about anyone in the NFL as he showed for years with the Tennessee Titans.  Very much like Tony LaRussa, folks love him or hate him, but Fisher does a great job of putting his teams in position to win. If he could do that with the Rams, they will be a “live” underdog throughout the campaign.  In addition, there’s actually some talent and parts to work Read more



Tags: NFL St. Louis Rams Erin Rynning




College Football Gambling: Wisconsin benches QB O'Brien, frosh to start vs. UTEP

09.20.2012     08:00 AM     Printer Friendly
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UTEP at Wisconsin -17.5 O/U 48.5

We knew Wisconsin quarterback Danny O'Brien wasn't going to duplicate Russell Wilson's success but three games into the season, O'Brien already finds himself on the bench. The Badgers will start freshman Joel Stave against UTEP on Saturday. Stave replaced O'Brien in last week's game against Utah State after O'Brien lost a fumble.


"I think any of the quarterbacks would admit that Joel has the best arm out of all of them," Bielema said. "He's got great composure. . . . Joel's pretty educated.

"Now, obviously he's only got one half under his belt as a quarterback that's out there on the field. So that's the part that's the unknown."






Tags: College Football Wisconsin Badgers Big Ten UTEP Miners C-USA




College Football Handicapping: Temple breaks out new offense for Penn State

09.20.2012     06:37 AM     Printer Friendly
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Temple at Penn State -7.5 O/U 42.5

With an extra week to prepare, Temple will supposedly unveil a new offense against Penn State on Saturday. And by new offense we can only assume there may be a few more forward passes thrown into the mix. In the first half of their loss to Maryland, the Owls were 1-for-3 for 6 yards passing (trailed 26-3). In the second half, they “opened things up” and finished with 178 yards (9.9 ypa).


"Ha, ha. You are going to see on Saturday," quarterback Chris Coyer said. "You know, of course, we are always going to be a run-first team."

"This is the 2012 team. It's a different team" from last season, Temple coach Steve Addazio said. "We have to have a different approach."







Tags: College Football Temple Owls Big East Penn State Nittany Lions Big Ten



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