Brent Crow’s Handicapping Experience and Achievements:
Brent Crow can be heard on various radio stations throughout the United States and weekdays on the Sports Memo Radio Show. Brent is also a regular contributor to both the Las Vegas Review Journal and the
Brent Crow of Alatex Sports has been producing winners since 1991. When Brent’s knack for picking the right side in college basketball and football started producing large profits, Brent Crow decided to go pro with his handicapping selections.
Since establishing Alatex Sports, Brent Crow has had numerous No. 1 finishes at The Sports Monitor in
in all sports. Brent Crow also won the 2002 Station’s Casino Handicapping Invitational and beat professional bettor Alan Boston in the first ever Beat Boston $50k NCAA Men's basketball handicapping contest.
Brent Crow’s Favorite Sports Writers:
Peter Gammons, Jayson Stark and Skip Bayless
Brent Crow’s Picks for Sharp Announcers:
Ron Franklin and Harry Kalas
Brent Crow’s Handicapping System:
Brent Crow’s handicapping is simple and straightforward; what you see is what you get. Brent’s advice is to look for value, research it and apply it to capitalize on the right situations.
Brent Crow Reliving The Good ‘Ole Days:
Brent Crow is old school. “I liked the good ‘ole days when Tim and I used to call SIDs and athletic departments of small schools that made the NIT tourney looking for information.” The internet has revolutionized the handicapping industry by enabling handicappers to have up-to-the-minute stats and reports on every game, player and team in any conference. But it also makes it harder for handicappers to get the edge.
Brent Crow’s Game Day Ritual:
Brent Crow’s game day ritual is simply to get up, shop for the best lines and to watch the games.
When Bad Things Happen To Good People-Brent Crow’s Worst Beat:
One of Brent Crow’s toughest losses came in Week 5 of the eight-week Beat Boston $50K NCAA Men’s Basketball Contest when his best bet, Drake +3, lost in overtime after it had led the entire game.
Brent Crow’s Vote For Sports Analyst Who Should be Voted Off The
Brent Crow’s Thoughts on Hockey:
“I just can’t get into hockey. In my opinion, ice is for keeping your drinks cold.”