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2015 Southeastern Conference: NCAA Football Gambling Predictions | Futures

2015 SEC Season Football Preview

It was another rough offseason for the SEC, which put forth a poor showing during bowl season, and for the second consecutive season, failed to win the national championship. The conference darling, Alabama, even endured a second consecutive loss in its bowl game, even if it was to eventual national champion Ohio State.


NCAAB Lines: Kentucky vs. Alabama Pick & Basketball Betting Preview

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NCAA basketball betting action sees the Kentucky Wildcats taking on the Alabama Crimson Tide Saturday January 17th at Coleman Coliseum, Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Cappers Picks provides free NCAA basketball handicapping tips all season long.

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Free Prediction: New Mexico St. vs. #18 LSU Point Spreads & Preview

Week 5: Aggies vs Tigers Picks

NCAA football week 53 betting action sees the New Mexico State Aggies taking on the LSU Tigers on Saturday September 27 at Tiger Stadium.  Cappers Picks provides free college football handicapping tips all season long.

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Free Prediction: Missouri vs. #15 South Carolina Point Spreads & Preview

Week 5 – Tigers vs Gamecocks Picks

College football week #5 betting action sees the Missouri Tigers taking on the South Carolina Gamecocks on Saturday September 27 at Williams-Brice Stadium in Columbia, SC.  Cappers Picks provides free college football handicapping tips all season long.

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Missouri Tigers vs. Auburn Tigers Week 15 Betting Predictions & Preview

Mizzou vs Auburn SEC Title Game Betting

The third-ranked Auburn Tigers will do battle with the fifth-ranked Missouri Tigers in the SEC championship game on Saturday.

5 Missouri Tigers (11-1) at 3 Auburn Tigers (11-1)
Date: Saturday, December 7, 2013
Time: 4:00 pm ET
Venue: Georgia Dome
City: Atlanta, Georgia
O/U Odds: 58
Spread: Auburn -2
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Missouri is coming off of one of the most impressive regular seasons in the history of the program, while Auburn claimed one of the best victories in one the program’s most important rivalry. The next win could be the biggest yet for both sides, with a trip to the national title game possibly in the cards.

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Auburn faced tremendous odds last weekend in the Iron Bowl, but emerged with a spectacular win on the final play of the game, 34-28.

It was the second time in as many weeks that Auburn needed a huge play late in the fourth quarter to sneak past an SEC opponents. This time around, it was Chris Davis’s returning the length of the field to the house for the walk-off win.

That score supplemented a strong effort by the team against a dominant Alabama defense. Quarterback Nick Marshall completed 11 of 16 passes for 97 yards and two scores but did most of his damage with his feet, rushing for 99 yards on a score on 17 attempts.

Running back Tre Mason didn’t get the start officially, but that was a smoke screen as he led the team in offensive touches, carrying the ball 29 times for 164 yards and a score. In total, the team racked up 296 yards on the ground.
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The team’s defense bent but didn’t break, surrendering 495 yards to the Tide, but stopping them on nine of 13 third down attempts, and one of two fourth down attempts. They did have a ton of trouble with the Alabama rushing game, surrendering an average of 6.2 yards per carry.

Missouri beat Texas A&M in their last contest. 28-21, defeating Johnny Manziel in what was likely his final regular season game with the Aggies.

The team’s defense limited Manziel to just 216 total yards in the game, and forcing the game’s only turnover. In total, they limited The Aggies’ high-powered offense to just 379 total yards of offense.

On the flip side, the Missouri offense didn’t have those kinds of problems. Quarterback James Franklin completed 18 of 28 passes for 233 yards and two scores, adding 80 rushing yards, and not turning the ball over. His top two receiving option each had big games, as L’Damian Washington brought in six balls for 97 yards and a score, while Dorial Green-Beckham had seven receptions for 93 yards and a score.

Running back Henry Josey led the team’s backfield attack, rushing 13 times for 96 yards, including the game-winning 57-yard touchdown in the final minutes of the fourth quarter.

Auburn has used a lot of smoke and mirrors to get where they are, while an injury cost Missouri a shot at a perfect season. Last weekend’s win has bettors wanting to get behind Auburn, while the reality is the team is due for a major letdown.

The play: Missouri +2


SEC Predictions: 2013 CBB Future Lines & Gambling Analysis

2013 SEC Betting Futures

College basketball season is just around the corner. Team media days have come and gone and practices are now in full swing. The first games of the season come on November 8. CappersPicks is going to give you a look at power rankings in many different conferences.


Valparaiso Crusaders vs. Michigan St. Spartans NCAA Basketball Preview & Free Pick

Midwest Region: Crusaders vs Spartans

While the Madness technically gets started Tuesday night now with the Opening Round (Play-In) games, the true start of the tournament is Thursday afternoon. The first game everyone will tune in to is Valparaiso and Michigan State in the Midwest Region.


Duke Blue Devils Predictions: 2012 Future Lines & Gambling Analysis

2012 NCAA Men’s Basketball Team Previews—Duke Blue Devils

The Duke Blue Devils are perennially one of the most polarizing teams in all of college basketball, and that trend isn’t likely to change in the 2012-13 season. The team is ranked eighth overall in both the preseason AP and USA Today Polls, and they are ready to avenge themselves following a disappointing showing in the NCAA tournament last year.


Kentucky Wildcats Predictions: 2012 Future Lines & Gambling Analysis

2012 NCAA Men’s Basketball Team Previews—Kentucky Wildcats

The Kentucky Wildcats have become the epitome of a one-and-done culture for talented freshmen, but head coach John Calipari has become the master of utilizing his talent one year at a time. Talent doesn’t always win championships, but when it’s placed into the right system year after year, it’s tough to beat.


Florida Gators Predictions: 2012 Future Lines & Gambling Analysis

Florida Gators Season Preview – CBB Handicapping

I think I always like the Gators a little more than I should. Last year I loved their deep backcourt and they rode it to a second place finish in the SEC and some tournament success.


Missouri Tigers Predictions: 2012 Future Lines & Gambling Analysis

Missouri Tigers Season Preview – CBB Handicapping

Last year was a pretty good start to the Stan Haith era at Mizzou – even if it ended with a thud due to a first round exit against Norfolk State.


Vanderbilt vs. Kentucky NCAA Basketball Preview & Free Pick

Bet On College Basketball: Commodores vs Wildcats

Vanderbilt played Kentucky tougher than anyone else in the SEC during the regular season. The Commodores will get one more crack at the Wildcats in Sunday’s SEC Tournament title game.


Ole Miss vs. Vanderbilt NCAA Basketball Preview & Free Pick

Bet On College Basketball: Rebels vs Commodores

It was supposed to be Tennessee vs. Vanderbilt for the third time this year, but Mississippi had something to say about that.


Florida vs. Kentucky NCAA Basketball Preview & Free Pick

Bet On College Basketball: Gators vs Wildcats

Florida and Kentucky had more difficult games yesterday than most expected, but they both managed to survive and advance.

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College Football Handicapping Analysis

One of the best water-cooler debates every fall: which college football conference is the strongest?


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Southeastern Conference Football Future Lines – Bodog Sportsbook

Well once again an SEC team won the BCS title last season. It may have been a surprise that it was Auburn but they earned it by going undefeated in the toughest conference in America.