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NFL Over/Under Gambling?

Like Division, Conference, and Super Bowl futures, Over/Unders for NFL teams are a hot commodity for bettors. It’s not rare to find teams not in the spotlight that easily surpass their total wins very early in the season.


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Red Sox vs Cardinals Baseball Odds

Forgetting how the final out was recorded the Red Sox did it again using one big blast to decide the game yesterday, in this case it was a three run homer off the bat of not even supposed to be in there Johnny Gomes – talk about building a legend.


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Red Sox vs Cardinals Baseball Odds

The Boston Red Sox lost Game 3 under very controversial circumstances and now have to find a way to get momentum back on their side in a hurry with Game 4 on deck, and the St. Louis Cardinals ready to take a stranglehold on the Series.


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Red Sox vs Cardinals Baseball Odds

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Cardinals vs Red Sox Baseball Odds

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College Football 2013 Over / Under Wins Lines & Handicapping Tips

CFB Handicapping Tips

The dog days of summer can be a grind for sports bettors. Major League Baseball offers a full card most days, but breaking down a similar looking board day after day can get old fast.

Future bets are a good way to shake things up. We’ve already taken a look at college football win totals, but there are still plenty of lines up on the board.

Here are another 10 win totals worthy of a closer look. Lines courtesy of

Arkansas Razorbacks (5.5)

The Razorbacks put up four wins all of last season as they battled through the whole Bobby Petrino/John L. Smith debacle. Brett Bielema solidifying the coaching position should be worth at least two wins. The team shouldn’t have too much trouble getting to 4-0 with an easy slate out of the gate.

The play: Over 5.5 (-140)

Louisville Cardinals (10.5)

Louisville won 11 games a season ago, and this year they face a schedule that’s as soft as a cloud. They won’t meet any resistance whatsoever until their regular season finale at Cincinnati, and even that is a game they’ll be favored to win. Teddy Bridgewater will keep the offense rolling, and the team’s defense returns 11 starters.

The play: Over 10.5 (-140)

Navy Midshipmen (6.5)

The Midshipmen won seven of their final eight regular season games in 2012, with an early season switch to Keenan Reynolds at quarterback paying huge dividends. Reynolds will be manning the controls once again this season, and another eight-win season isn’t out of the question.

The play: Over 6.5 (-115)

South Carolina Gamecocks (9.5)

The Gamecocks have posted 11 wins in each of the last two seasons, and this year they avoid both Alabama and LSU. The toughest game on their schedule comes against a Georgia team that they’ve beaten each of the past three years. Jadeveon Clowney should put together a Heisman-caliber season.

The play: Over 9.5 (-115)

Texas Longhorns (9.5)

You don’t have to look hard to find a book that offers Texas as a favorite in each of their 12 contests. 19 starters return from a year ago, and the return of Jordan Hicks and Jackson Jeffcoat should help shore up a defense that struggled last season. The first month of their schedule will be tough, but after that the wins should flow with ease. [soliloquy id=”82219″]

The play: Over 9.5 (-135)

Indiana Hoosiers (5.5)

The Hoosiers return 19 starters from a team that finished 4-8 a year ago. Kevin Wilson has done a lot of good in his time with the program, but the team’s defense would have to get a lot better in a hurry if they’re going to finish 6-6 or better.

The play: Under 5.5 (+150)

Kansas Jayhawks (3.5)

Kansas went 1-11 in Charlie Weis’s first season at the helm a year ago. During his Big 12 Media Day appearance on Monday, Weis called his team a “pile of crap.” I’m not one to argue.

The play: Under 3.5 (-115)

Michigan State Spartans (8.5)

The Spartans finished 6-6 a year ago, and struggled to score points. Now the offense will have to try to function without Le’Veon Bell or Dion Sims. The defense will be good because it always is, but nine wins is asking a lot.

The play: Under 8.5 (-115)

Notre Dame Fighting Irish (8.5)

This is certainly the last recommendation a good Catholic boy wants to make, but there’s no denying that the Irish face a tough uphill battle this season. A lot of good fortune befell the Irish last season on their run to 12-0. This season, they’ll do battle without their number 5’s against a much tougher schedule.

The play: Under 8.5 (-115)

Utah Utes (5.5)

The Utes won only five games last season. This year, Oregon and Stanford appear on their schedule, which has been tabbed as one of the toughest in the nation. Kyle Whittingham has done a great job since arriving in Utah, but with only 12 returning starters and a tough schedule, a six-win season just isn’t in the cards for the Utes.

The play: Under 5.5 (-165)

The 2013/14 College futures betting season is here in full force! If you like to bet on NCAA football, you are in the best possible place for online betting. has NCAAF odds up on a ton of futures, and you will also find College football lines up for early games as well.

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Finding Value in NCAA Football Win Totals | Free CFB 2013 Predictions

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As we continue the agonizingly slow crawl through the summer months toward the start of football season, it’s important to remember that there’s more on the board each day than just baseball. College football win totals offer value to the informed bettor who keeps an eye on the sport during the offseason.


Finding Value in NFL Win Totals | Free NFL 2013 Predictions

Betting Lines – NFL Futures

Sportsbooks see a ton of action over the course of the NFL season. The flood gates won’t open until Week 1, but win totals give us some insight into how oddsmakers feel about our favorite teams. They also give us a preview of which teams should offer some value in the early weeks of the season.


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Bet on the NHL

With the playoffs in full swing it’s a good time to take a look at the candidates for the upcoming NHL awards before the regular season becomes but a blip in our rear-view mirror. The finalists for each award have been announced, and lines are trickling in at various sportsbooks.


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With action underway in the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, teams are beginning to approach the finish line of this NHL season.


Handicapping NBA Final 4: Case for each NBA team to win title

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We’re mere weeks away from the coveted Larry O’Brien NBA Championship Trophy being presented to one lucky team. With only four clubs still in contention for that honor, let’s take a look at the case for each club to take home the title.

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NCAA Tournament MVP Odds – 2012 Final Four Prop Bets

So is your bracket busted?

Well, don’t worry, you can still enjoy what’s left of March Madness with a couple of prop bets that you can consider if you’re still looking to get involved with NCAA Final Four betting this year.

These two games will offer up all kinds of bets and wagering opportunities, and one of a few options out there is who will win the 2012 Outstanding Player award.

At the top of the betting odds is Kentucky Wildcats freshman Anthony Davis (2/1) who is proving to be worthy of all the hype, averaging 14.3 points, 10.1 rebounds and leads Division I with 4.6 blocks per game.

Davis however, was injured when he collided with Baylor star Perry Jones III early in the second half of their game on Sunday, but did stay on the court, although holding his left knee and was obviously in pain. Will that carry into Saturday’s game against Louisville?

Of course, if the big center should feel the lingering effect of the injury it could seriously dent the Wildcat’s dream of capturing this year’s national championship. A must in his quest for winning MOP.

But let’s say even without a totally healthy Davis, Kentucky gets past Louisville.

Another player that could grab the honors, is also a Wildcat. Teammate and swingman Michael Kidd-Gilchrist (5/1), who has also been playing possessed, scoring 13.5 PPG in four tournament games to go along with 29 total rebounds.

Following up the Wildcats’ duo is the Buckeye’s Jared Sullinger (6/1) and Deshaun Thomas (9/1).

The 6-foot-9, 265-pound Sullinger, who enters Saturday’s game averaging 17.6 points and 9.1 rebounds per outing, seems to be over his back problems and has routinely been putting up double-double performances night after night. [soliloquy id=”82219″]

Thomas, meanwhile, seems to go all but unnoticed, but is quietly averaging just under 21 points through the first four games, including a 31-point, 12-rebound outburst against Loyola (MD) and a 24-point performance against Cincinnati in the Sweet 16.

Rounding out the top five is Kansas star Thomas Robinson (8/1), an All-American forward who had a big game against a very good North Carolina team, along with No. six-teammate Tyshawn Taylor (15/1), who seems to keep having great games throughout this year’s tournament.

Case in point, again the Jayhawks win over North Carolina in the Elite Eight, where Taylor went off for 22 points on 10-for-19 shooting, six rebounds, five assists and five steals.

Both of these players are good options that could pay sizeable payouts.

Prediction: It’s been established that Kentucky is the favorite to win the national title, so a safe wager on Davis or a gamble on Gilchrist should yield a decent return here.

NCAA Tournament Odds Most Outstanding Player Props

Anthony Davis (Kentucky) 2/1
Michael Kidd-Gilchrist (Kentucky) 5/1
Jared Sullinger (Ohio State) 6/1
Thomas Robinson (Kansas) 8/1
DeShaun Thomas (Ohio State) 9/1
Doron Lamb (Kentucky) 15/1
Tyshawn Taylor (Kansas) 15/1
William Buford (Ohio State) 15/1
Peyton Siva (Louisville) 18/1
Gorgui Dieng (Louisville) 20/1
Marquis Teague (Kentucky) 20/1
Terrence Jones (Kentucky) 20/1
Kyle Kuric (Louisville) 25/1
Chane Behanan (Louisville) 35/1



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Kentucky has had a rather easy road to the Final 4, as all of their wins in the Big Dance have been by double digits. It is no surprise that the Wildcats have the best odds to win the NCAA tournament.


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