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College Football Betting: Tulane getting desperate at quarterback position

09.26.2012     06:25 AM     Printer Friendly
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Louisiana-Monroe -18 at Tulane O/U 56

Thing have gotten so bad for Tulane that they are bringing players back who left the team in favor of a different sport. Quarterbacks Ryan Griffin and Devin Powell are banged up and may not be available to play Saturday. That leaves DJ Ponder who returned to the team in mid-August after a stint playing professional baseball.  Ponder has experience having saw action during both the 2010 and 2011 seasons. The only problem is he's not very good: 26-for-62, 216 yards, 0 TDs, 5 INTs. Head coach Curtis Johnson will determine who will start on Thursday. 


“Yeah, I’m just excited to see him play. I want to see him play,” Tulane Coach Curtis Johnson said. “He looked good today, he had a great practice.”

“D.J.’s been here five years,” Griffin Read more



Tags: College Football Tulane Green Wave C-USA UL-Monroe Warhawks Sun Belt




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.

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



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




College Football Betting: Analyzing Week 5 early line moves

09.24.2012     01:35 PM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange

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A quick look at some early College Football Week 5 line moves.

Texas Tech at Iowa State
CRIS Opener: Texas Tech -1
CRIS Current: Texas Tech -3
Important game for Iowa State, who comes in off of a bye week. After facing TTU, the Cyclones play at TCU, vs. K-State, at Oklahoma State, vs. Baylor, vs. Oklahoma and at Texas. Tech is off of a bye as well. Always tough to get a gauge on the quality of the Red Raiders with three cupcakes thus far. -3 likely to be the peak number. If you like ISU, I'd grab some while you can.

San Jose State at Navy
CRIS Opener: Navy pk
CRIS Current: San Jose -2.5
Two teams going in opposite direction in the betting markets. Last season, San Jose was catching +6 at home and beat the Midshipmen 27-24. The Spartans' resume looks strong with three-point loss at Stanford and four-point road win at SDSU last week. They're the better team even though we just saw a little buy-back on Navy from +3 to +2.5.

Texas at Oklahoma State
CRIS Opener: Oklahoma State -2
CRIS Current: Texas -3
Sports Options has OSU QB Wes Lunt "out" while other Read more


Tags: College Football Andrew Lange




Sports Betting Podcast 9-24-2012 with Handicappers Teddy Covers and Rob Veno

09.24.2012     10:24 AM     Printer Friendly
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Monday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured handicappers Teddy Covers and Rob Veno.  Teddy covered NFL Week 4 line moves while Rob recapped College Football Week 4.

Today's segments
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Teddy Covers - NFL Openng Line Report

Rob Veno - College Football Week 4 Recap

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College Football Betting: SEC News and Notes Week 4

09.24.2012     06:35 AM     Alatex Sports     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Alatex Sports

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No real surprises in the SEC this weekend except of course for the ongoing circus currently taking place in Fayetteville. Arkansas got quarterback Tyler Wilson back in the lineup for its non-conference home tilt against Rutgers, but still took it on the chin, 35-26. Wilson threw for 419 yards and three touchdowns, but was also intercepted twice. Arkansas’ defense was torched again, giving up 35 points and 525 yards of total offense to what had been a mediocre Rutgers offense. They have now allowed over 1,800 yards in four games and they face another test this week at Texas A&M.

The closest thing to an upset was Auburn’s near miss at home against LSU. The Tigers fought valiantly, but couldn’t muster enough offense to pull off the upset. Auburn held LSU to 12 points, but their offense had just 183 total yards and committed three turnovers. LSU quarterback Zach Mettenberger didn’t set the world on fire, but finished a solid 15-of-27 for 169 yards and no interceptions in his first SEC road start.

The newest SEC member, Missouri, found out how tough life on the road in the SEC can be at South Carolina. The Gamecocks Read more


Tags: College Football SEC Brent Crow




Sportsmemo's College Football Week 4 Betting Recap

09.24.2012     06:13 AM     Printer Friendly
By the betting numbers...College Football Week 4 (see results below). Note that we use CRIS's opening and closing lines. We do not include games involving FCS teams.

Based on closing lines…

Road teams were the strongest side bet at 27-20 ATS (Road teams are 90-81 ATS YTD). Two games pushed (Marshall -3 at Rice, Northern Illinois -7 vs. Kansas).

Underdogs were the strongest side bet at 28-18 (Underdogs are 95-79 ATS YTD). One game closed a pick 'em (Troy at North Texas).

Double-digits spreads went the way of the underdogs at 16-10 ATS (DD underdogs are 55-46 ATS YTD).

Totals went 19-30 Over/Under (87-93-2 YTD).

Beating the Market: If you bet the opening number on a team that moved three points or more based on the closing line (i.e. Marshall pk) you went: 8-3 ATS (23-19 ATS YTD)

Chasing the Market: If you bet the closing number on a team that moved three points or more (i.e. Marshall -3) you went: 7-3-1 ATS (20-20-2 ATS YTD).

Based on the opening and closing lines, the market was "correct" 25 times but "incorrect" 20 times. "Correct" meaning if a game opened -3 and Read more


Tags: College Football




College Football Gambling: Week 4 2nd Half kickoff list

09.22.2012     08:45 AM     Printer Friendly
We'll be updating the list throughout the day to help you with your second half wagers.

2012 College Football Week 4 2nd Half Kickoff List
Game #
Away Team
Home Team
Receive 2nd Half Kick
309
Army
Wake Forest
Wake Forest
311
Clemson
Florida State
Florida State
313
South Florida
Ball State
Ball State
315
Memphis
Duke
Memphis
317
Eastern Michigan
Michigan State
Eastern Michigan
319
Bowling Green
Virginia Tech
Bowling Green
321
Central Michigan
Iowa
Central Michigan
323
UAB
Ohio State
Ohio State
325
East Carolina
North Carolina
North Carolina
327
Temple
Penn State
Temple
329
Maryland
West Virginia
West Virginia
331
UTEP
Wisconsin
UTEP
333
Massachusetts
Miami (OH)
Massachusetts
335
Vanderbilt
Georgia
Georgia
337
Utah State
Colorado State
Utah State
339
Rutgers
Arkansas
Rutgers
341
Fresno State
Tulsa
Fresno State
343
Marshall
Rice
Rice
345
Kansas
Northern Illinois
Kansas
347
Arizona
Oregon
Arizona
349
Oregon State
UCLA
Oregon State
351
Virginia
TCU
TCU
353
California
USC
California
355
Colorado
Washington State
Colorado
357
LSU
Auburn
LSU
359
Miami (FL)
Georgia Tech
Georgia Tech
361
Wyoming
Idaho
Wyoming
363
Kentucky
Florida
Kentucky
365
Connecticut
Western Michigan
Connecticut
367
Missouri
South Carolina
Missouri
369
Michigan
Notre Dame
Notre Dame
371
Syracuse
Minnesota
Minnesota
373
Kansas State
Oklahoma
Oklahoma
375
New Mexico
New Mexico State
New Mexico State
377
Akron
Tennessee
Akron
379
Mississippi
Tulane
Mississippi
381
Louisiana Tech
Illinois
Louisiana Tech
383
Utah
Arizona State
Arizona State
385
San Jose State
San Diego State
San Jose State
387
Air Force
UNLV
UNLV
389
Nevada
Hawaii
Nevada
391
Florida Atlantic
Alabama
Florida Atlantic
393
Southern Miss
Western Kentucky
Southern Miss
395
Troy
North Texas
North Texas
397
Louisville
Florida International
Louisville
399
South Alabama
Mississippi State
South Alabama




Tags: College Football




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




Don't miss Saturday's Sportsmemo Week 4 College Football Live Forum Chat

09.21.2012     01:47 PM     Printer Friendly
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We'll be back in action on Saturday with the Sportsmemo College Football Live Forum Chat. Follow us throughout the day with analysis and input from the Sportsmemo Handicappers as well as free halftime recommendations. Be there or be square! If you aren't a posting forum member, click here for your free registration.



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