College Basketball Spreads

We will be giving out the latest College Basketball point spreads for all of you who are interested in betting on the games this next coming month. We have a lot of very exciting things in the works for those of you who need help with picking winners throughout the famous march madness tournament.

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College Football Week 10 Expert Picks

College Football Week 10 Marquee Games



Miami Hurricanes vs. Florida State Seminoles

This is the only gave between 2 teams in the top 10 and in this ACC match up Florida State is the big 21.5-betting favorite. Both of these teams are unbeaten and Miami has a tall task facing a FSU team that ranks 3rd in the nation in scoring and 4th in the nation on defense.

Jameis Winston is only a freshman, but he has passed for 23 TD and only 4 INT for the Seminoles this season. The one player the FSU D has to worry about is RB Duke Johnson who has rushed for over 820 yards this season, is averaging 6.7 yards per carry, and has rushed for over 160 yards in 2 of his last 3 games. Miami is 6-1 ATS in their last 7 games at Florida State.

Michigan Wolverines vs. Michigan State Spartans

Both Michigan and Michigan State have only 1 loss in Big 10 play. MSU is the4.5-home favorite in this game. The Spartans can really take hold of the Big 10 Legends Division with a win, as they do not face a ranked team the rest of the season while Michigan finishes up the season facing Ohio State.

Michigan has a balanced offense and they will be tested facing a MSU defense that ranks 3rd in the nation only allowing an average of 12.3 ppg. Michigan State is 5-0 ATS in their last 5 games against Michigan.

Oklahoma State Cowboys vs. Texas Tech Red Raiders

Both OSU and Tech have 1 loss in the conference trailing Baylor, who is 4-0 in Big 12 play, and each of them have to play Baylor this season. Texas Tech is a 2.5-point betting favorite in this conference battle.

The Red Raiders have the nation’s 3rd ranked passing offense and they suffered their first loss in their last game to Oklahoma. OSU has won 3 straight and they not only have a solid defense, which is ranked 19th in the nation, but they have a more balanced offense. OSU is 4-0 ATS in their last 4 games facing Texas Tech.

Wisconsin Badgers vs. Iowa Hawkeyes

Wisconsin has one loss in the Big 10 and that was a costly one to Ohio State, who they trail in the Leaders division. Iowa is 2-2 in conference play and are 9.5-point betting underdogs. The Badgers rank 8th in the nation in rushing yards per game and are led by their stingy defense that ranks 6th in the nation.

Iowa snapped their 2-game losing streak with a solid in in their last game facing Northwestern and to win they will have to rely on their 12th ranked defense. The road team has covered the spread in 5 of the last 6 games between these 2 conference rivals.

Tennessee Volunteers vs. Missouri Tigers

Missouri blew a chance last week to stay undefeated missing a 24-yard field goal in the 2nd OT in the loss to South Carolina. However, they are still all alone in first place in the SEC East division and control their destiny to make the conference title game. Mizzou is 12.5-point betting favorites in this home game.

The Tigers are a solid team on both sides of the ball and while they face a Tennessee team that is only 1-3 in SEC play the Volunteers did beat South Carolina. Tennessee does not have a good defense and will have to rely on their rushing offense to pull off the upset. Tennessee is only 5-12-1 ATS facing a team with a winning record.

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College Football Odds Week 5 OSU Hosts Badgers in Big Ten Debut

College Football Odds: OSU Hosts Badgers in Big Ten Debut

The Ohio State Buckeyes have spent much of the past year proving to college football fans that they’re one of the best teams available on the NCAA moneyline. Until this season, they weren’t even eligible for a bowl. Can OSU battle back with a vengeance and increase their odds of winning the BCS National Championship further?

With 6/1 odds on the college football futures, the No. 4-ranked Buckeyes are contenders no doubt, but at what point will this OSU club – deemed ineligible in 2012 – be able to establish themselves as the greatest threat to the SEC’s seven-year reign atop the NCAA totem pole?

This weekend, Urban Meyer and company will face their toughest test of the young season in the No. 23-ranked Wisconsin Badgers. The contest also marks OSU’s Big Ten season opener. Get college football odds for what promises to be a heated conference rivalry while the Buckeyes make their case as a national contender.

Can a feisty Badgers team make up for their loss to Arizona State by beating the 7-point spread held against them in the sportsbook?

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NCAA Football Trends & Angles – Week 4

NCAA Football Trends & Angles – Week 4
September 20, 2013

It was a perfect Week 3 for our NCAA Football Trends & Angles with the angle qualifiers going a collective 7-0! Of course it helped that Vanderbilt and Oregon State turned up more than once and the both covered with Oregon State upsetting Utah outright.

As we have stated for several weeks now, a lot of conferences started conference play earlier than in the past now that there are more conferences with 12 teams or more, necessitating earlier starts to accommodate both longer league schedules and playing a championship game at the end of the year. Now that we have reached Week 4, we have reached the point where the vast majority of games would be conference games anyway.

Thus, we will continue to specifically look at September conference trends only for the next two weeks before branching out to more general season-long angles once October starts.

As usual, note that all records are for the last 13 seasons since the 2000 season (September only for now) plus the first three weeks of this year.

North Carolina

Georgia Tech


Florida A&M

Ohio State





Bet against any September conference home favorite coming off of 2 home games (52-30-4, 63.4% ATS): Some may think that playing a third straight home game is an advantage, and while that may be true on the field, it has not been at the betting windows as books are aware that these teams have an advantage and bettors like to bet on them, so they are able to pad these lines. Also, if the third straight home game is a conference game, the home team is usually facing a team that is familiar with them. Qualifiers: Boise State +4 (Friday) and Auburn +17.

Play on any September conference road underdog coming off of a road game (90-56-2, 61.6% ATS): This one is also very similar to an NFL angle that we have often referenced in recent years, as books have been over-adjusting against teams playing their second straight road game, especially when the second game is against a conference opponent that they are very familiar with. Qualifiers: Hawaii +9 and Tennessee +16½.




Utah State



Arizona State



Bet against September home conference favorites coming off a loss (113-61-5, 64.9% ATS): Bettors often tend to excuse teams coming off of a loss if the team is home, thinking that the home crowd will inspire the team to a better performance and the fact that they are favored must mean they are the better team. What bettors don’t consider is that these teams could just as easily be overvalued, as one loss does not change a team’s power rating much when perhaps it should, at least early in the season. Qualifiers: Tennessee +16½, Hawaii +9, Kansas State +5½ and Purdue +24.

Bet on September road teams in conference games coming off an ‘under’ (140-90-8, 60.9% ATS): Many bettors like to bet flashy teams that score boatloads of points, and teams coming off an ‘under’ are often the very antithesis of that. However, these “boring” teams often play good defense also, which naturally gives them more value than the scoring machines that are often overvalued. Qualifiers: Auburn +17, Hawaii +9, Kansas State +5½, Middle Tennessee State -3½, North Carolina +6, Texas-San Antonio -2½ and Toledo -13.

Play on any September conference road underdog coming off of a straight up loss by 25 points or more (48-25, 65.8% ATS): Bettors do not like betting on teams that just got blown out, allowing books to give these teams added value by inflating their lines by a point or two. The fact that they are playing a conference game helps them improve vs. a familiar opponent. This angle carries even more weight early in the year when a blowout loss can simply be an anomaly, as opposed to later in the year when it could be a continuing pattern. Qualifier: Tennessee +16½.

Bet on September road conference underdogs that were underdogs in their last game (119-84-5, 58.6% ATS): This angle is all about perception, as when bettors see a team is an underdog in two straight games, they assume that team is inferior to the opposition. However, those underdogs are much more familiar with conference opponents so they often improve simply because of better preparation. Qualifiers: Hawaii +9, Purdue +24 and Tennessee +16½.







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Bet on September conference road underdogs coming off a win (146-96-12, 60.3% ATS): This is yet another angle that has to do with perception as bettors that are unaware of the strengths and weaknesses of each team early often rely on the oddsmakers to “tell” them who the better team is and then knee-jerk to the favorite. The problem there is that the lines are the softest early in the season and conference underdogs coming off a win may simply be undervalued at this early stage. Qualifiers: Boise State +4 (Friday), Arizona State +6, Auburn +17, Kansas State +5½ and North Carolina +6.
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No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide vs. Virginia Tech Hokies

NCAAF Football Point Spread: Alabama -19 O/U 45.5

Saturday August 31, 2013 5.30 PM EST ESPN/   WatchESPN

Alabama has won the last 2 National Championships and they are not only big betting favorites in this non-conference match up facing Virginia Tech, but they also have the best betting odds to win the BCS title. The Crimson Tide had the nation’s #1 defense last season and this season they return a couple of Heisman candidates in the backfield in the duo of QB A.J. McCarron and RB T.J. Yeldon.


Virginia Tech struggled to a 7-6 season last season and while they had a good defense their offense struggled. QB Logan Thomas is a legit duel threat QB that regressed last season after having a great previous season.


Alabama was 13-1 last season and Virginia Tech was only 7-6.


Alabama was only a decent betting team at 7-7 ATS with an O/U record of 7-5-1 while Tech was not a good team to wager on at 4-9 ATS with an O/U record of 6-6.


McCarron and Yeldon are not the only stars on the Alabama offense, as WR Amari Cooper had 1,000 receiving yards last season and he leads a solid receiving corps. The Hokies are a run stopping defense first and they are solid up front, but can they contain Yeldon? That is a big question and the Tech secondary is not a great and that is a big issue in this non-conference match up.


There are 3 new starters on the offensive line of Alabama and the Hokies will have to take advantage of that and bring the pass rush early and often.


Thomas will be working with a very inexperienced WR corps, as VT lost their top 3 receivers from last season. On top of that leading returning RB J.C. Coleman is injured and is a question mark in this big opening game.


The Alabama defense is more than solid end even though they lost a few guys on D the new players coming in are very talented. The Tide are strong against the run and the pass and for Tech to have any chance in this game their offensive line will have to play great and keep Alabama from wreaking havoc in the backfield.


Last season Virginia Tech lost both of their games facing teams ranked in the top 25.


In looking at some betting trends for this non-conference opening game for both teams Alabama is 10-4 ATS in their last 14 non-conference games and they have an Over record of 5-2-1 in their last 8 games overall.


Virginia Tech is 2-7-1 ATS in their last 10 non-conference games and they have an Under record of 7-2 in their last 9 non-conference games.

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Week 3 College Football Betting Props and Spreads

Get weekly winners and picks against the spread.

Week 3 Special – Will Mack Brown be the Head Coach of the Texas Longhorns for the 2014-2015 season?

Yes         +200

No           -300


Week 3 Special – Total Rushing Yards vs. Texas Longhorns – Ole Miss Rebels

Over       225½ (-130)

Under     225½ (-110)


Week 3 Special – Will Lane Kiffin be the Head Coach of the USC Trojans for the 2014-2015 season?

Yes         +110

No           -150


Week 3 Special – Total Passing Yards vs. Boston College Eagles – USC Trojans

Over       221½ (-120)

Under     221½ (-120)


(Alabama @ Texas A&M) – Team to score first in the game

Alabama               -170

Texas A&M          +140


(Alabama @ Texas A&M) – Will a special teams or defensive TD be scored?

Yes         140

No           -170


(Alabama @ Texas A&M) – The first turnover of the game will be

Fumble                                          +140

Interception                                      -170

No Turnovers in the game +700


(Alabama @ Texas A&M) – Will there be more points scored in

1st Half               -125

2nd Half & OT     -105


(Alabama @ Texas A&M) – Alternative Spread

Alabama               -9½ (+110)

Texas A&M          +9½ (-140)


(Alabama @ Texas A&M) – Alternative Spread

Alabama               -3½ (-220)

Texas A&M          +3½ (+180)


(Alabama @ Texas A&M) – Total Passing Yards – A.J. McCarron (Alabama)

Over       235½ (-120)

Under     235½ (-120)


(Alabama @ Texas A&M) – Total Completions – A.J. McCarron (Alabama)

Over       17½ (-120)

Under     17½ (-120)

(Alabama @ Texas A&M) – Total TD Passes & Interceptions – A.J. McCarron (Alabama)

Over       2½ (-130)

Under     2½ (-110)


(Alabama @ Texas A&M) – Total Rushing Yards – T.J. Yeldon (Alabama)

Over       104½ (-120)

Under     104½ (-120)


(Alabama @ Texas A&M) – Total Receptions – Amari Cooper (Alabama)

Over       5½ (-120)

Under     5½ (-120)


(Alabama @ Texas A&M) – Total Receiving Yards – Amari Cooper (Alabama)

Over       87½ (-120)

Under     87½ (-120)


(Alabama @ Texas A&M) – Total Passing Yards – Johnny “Football” Manziel (Texas A&M)

Over       279½ (-120)

Under     279½ (-120)


(Alabama @ Texas A&M) – Total Completions – Johnny “Football” Manziel (Texas A&M)

Over       23½ (-110)

Under     23½ (-130)


(Alabama @ Texas A&M) – Total TD Passes, Rushing TD & Interceptions – Johnny “Football” Manziel (Texas A&M)

Over       3½ (+110)

Under     3½ (-150)


(Alabama @ Texas A&M) – Total Rushing Yards – Johnny “Football” Manziel (Texas A&M)

Over       93½ (-120)

Under     93½ (-120)


(Alabama @ Texas A&M) – Total Receptions – Mike Evans (Texas A&M)

Over       6½ (-120)

Under     6½ (-120)


(Alabama @ Texas A&M) – Total Receiving Yards – Mike Evans (Texas A&M)

Over       84½ (-120)

Under     84½ (-120)


(Alabama @ Texas A&M) – Who will have more Passing & Rushing Yards?

Johnny Manziel 2012 vs Alabama  +27½ (-130)

Johnny Manziel 2013 vs Alabama  -27½ (-110)




(Alabama @ Texas A&M) – Will Johnny “Football” Manziel (Texas A&M) receive an Unsportsmanlike Conduct Penalty?

Yes         EVEN

No           -140


Odds to win the 2013-2014 Heisman Trophy            

A.J. McCarron (QB Alabama)                          10/1

Aaron Murray (QB Georgia)                             16/1

Ameer Abdullah (RB Nebraska)                      66/1

Braxton Miller (QB Ohio State)                        8/1

Brett Hundley (QB UCLA)                                40/1

De’Anthony Thomas (RB Oregon)             10/1

Devin Gardner (QB Michigan)                          14/1

Duke Johnson (RB Miami)                                33/1

Jadeveon Clowney (DE South Carolina)        20/1

Johnny Manziel (QB Texas A&M)  13/2

Ka’Deem Carey (RB Arizona)                          33/1

Lache Seastrunk (RB Baylor)                           25/1

Marcus Mariota (QB Oregon)                           13/2

Marquis Lee (WR USC)                                   100/1

Stefon Diggs (WR Maryland)                            66/1

Stephen Morris (QB Miami)                              50/1

T.J. Yeldon (RB Alabama)                                16/1

Tajh Boyd (QB Clemson)                  10/1

Taylor Martinez (QB Nebraska)                       50/1

Teddy Bridgewater (QB Louisville)  4/1

Todd Gurley (RB Georgia)                 25/1

Sammy Watkins (WR Clemson)                      50/1

Kevin Hogan (QB Stanford)                             40/1

Jordan Lynch (QB Northern Illinois)               66/1

Jameis Winston (QB Florida State)  7/1


Odds to win the 2013-2014 BCS
Alabama 5/2
Arkansas 250/1
Auburn 150/1
Arizona 250/1
Boise State 100/1
Boston College 1000/1
BYU 200/1
California 200/1
Cincinnati 200/1
Clemson 12/1
Florida 100/1
Florida State 12/1
Georgia 20/1
Georgia Tech 150/1
Iowa 500/1
Kansas State 150/1
Louisville 22/1
LSU 16/1
Miami 18/1
Michigan 16/1
Michigan State 250/1
Mississippi State 250/1
Missouri 500/1
Nebraska 33/1
North Carolina 125/1
Notre Dame 250/1
Ohio State 7/1
Oklahoma 33/1
Oklahoma State 22/1
Oregon 13/2
Oregon State 100/1
Pittsburgh 300/1
Rutgers 150/1
South Carolina 66/1
South Florida 500/1
Stanford 12/1
TCU 66/1
Tennessee 150/1
Texas 150/1
Texas A&M 12/1
UCLA 50/1
USC 500/1
Virginia Tech 500/1
Washington 100/1
West Virginia 300/1
Wisconsin 50/1
Field 20/1
Mississippi 75/1
Northwestern 100/1
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NCAA Football Picks Week 3 ATS

School Baseball Picks Week 3

No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide vs. No.

Within this big game, that is the SEC season opener for both teams, Alabama is the 7.5-point betting favorite on the highway facing Texas A&M. Last season ruling Heisman winner Johnny Manziel led the Aggies to a HUGE upset victory on the Crimson Tide within their house. Manzeil has looked good in the first couple of the activities of the period, but has a task facing the fantastic Alabama defense.

The Aggies have performed 2 poor groups in Rice and Sam Houston State and a combined 59 points have been given up by their D while they’ve poured on the crime. They’ve to shore up their security facing QB A.J and Alabama. RB and Mc Carron T.J. Since they have not performed since August 31st yeldon, who didn’t have big beginning activities, but is likely to be well-rested because of this one.

Tennessee Volunteers versus. No.

Oregon may be the big 27.5-point favorite at home within this game facing 2-0 Tennessee.

QB Marcus Mariota and RB De’Anthony Thomas, who have combined to hurry for 487 yards and 8 TD in Oregon’s 2 activities, cause the Ducks. Tennessee has a legit speeding crime, but can their security handle the Ducks inside their pond? Big problem.

No. 4 Ohio State Buckeyes vs.

No. 16 UCLA Bruins compared to. No. 23 Nebraska Cornhuskers

The Huskers have problems with the pass defense, because they have quit many major plays to start the growing season. Still, Nebraska reaches home, where they’re 2-0 in 2013, and possess the nation’s 8th rated rushing offense light emitting diode by Ameer Abdullah (228 rushing yards 2 TD 6.3 garden per carry average).

UCLA beat Nebraska at home last season and traveling they are 4.5-point betting underdogs. Bruins QB Brett Hundley passed for over 270 yards with 2 TD and 2 rushing TD’s in UCLA’s only game of the growing season.

No. 25 Ole Miss Rebels vs. Texas Longhorns

Ole Miss is down to a great 2-0 start and they are a balanced team. However they are on your way and last season after having a 7-0 start they faltered down the stretch playing good groups. QB Bo Wallace has performed well, but the Rebels may choose to run the ball with RB Jeff Scott since the defense of Texas is actually struggling.

Texas dropped from the top-25 making use of their shocking 19-point loss to BYU and they may be in turmoil. They treated their defensive co-ordinator of his duties following the BYU reduction where the Longhorns quit 550 rushing yards.

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South Carolina Gamecocks versus. Georgia Bulldogs Pick

South Carolina Gamecocks versus. Georgia Bulldogs Pick
NCAAF Spreads: Atlanta -3 O/U OFF

But, they’re the betting beloved at this game at home.

Sc won their period beginning game where they played their offense and solid defense looked good too. Last season at home South Carolina killed Georgia and the Bulldogs may have that in the rear of their mind inside the HUGE SEC match.

South Carolina beat North Carolina 27-10 and Georgia dropped to Clemson in a barn-burner 38-35 last week.

South Carolina is 1-0 ATS with an O/U record of 0-1 and Georgia is 0-1 ATS with an O/U record of 1-0.

Sc QB Conner Shaw played well and whilst it might be more significant that Georgia stops the run the Gamecocks scored 2 TD’s on long passes in the North Carolina game.

Nevertheless, last week in losing to Clemson the Bulldogs quit a huge 467 total yards on safety.

Bulldogs QB Andy Murray is a Heisman hopeful and while he did pass for more than 320 yards inside the Clemson game he had 0 TD through the air and he was sacked 4 times.

In the last a few games in this conference rivalry Sc is the much better bet group, because they have an ATS report of 5-0-1 within their last 6 games against Georgia.

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College Football Spreads FSU Seminoles Pittsburgh

No. 11 Florida State Seminoles vs. Pittsburgh Panthers Preview

NCAA Basketball Level Spread: Florida State -10 O/U 49.5

Saturday September 2, 2013 8 PM EST ESPN / WatchESPN

Pittsburgh makes their introduction in this game and it’s not an easy one and while they are in the home they experience the 11th ranked Florida Seminoles. FSU lost several returning starters from last season’s ACC winning squad including having 11 players get selected to the NFL.

Pitt was under.500 last season (6-7), they dropped their top 2 RB’s, and are beginning a senior QB that’s perhaps not played in 36 months. However, the Seminoles can’t simply take Pitt without any consideration, since the Panthers did hit off 2-ranked teams last year and they did play in a bowl game.

Last time FSU was not the very best wagering groups at 5-9 ATS and they’d an O/U record of 7-5-1 and Pittsburgh was 8-5 ATS and they’d an O/U record of 5-6.

Manuel gone. But, while h lacks feel the top 2 receivers for the Seminoles return in Rashad Greene and Kenny Shaw last period this duo mixed for 90 catches with nearly 1,300 yards.

The FSU RB couple of Devonta Freeman and James Wilder each rushed for more than 600 yards last season. The FSU WR corps is solid and Pitt needs to keep them from making big plays down the field, but their work security might be more important in this conference game.

Mary Savage is likely to be starting under heart for the Panthers and the top receiver from this past year is finished, but Devin Street (73 rec 975 yards 5 TD) is back and the key target. Pitt has a decent at best WR corps and with all the unsettled RB place Savage and they might have to carry the offense.

Last season the Seminoles had one of the best defenses in the country and while many players left that could be the energy of the squad this season.

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College Football Betting for 2013

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