LSU vs. Texas A&M Cotton Bowl Preview

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One more stop on the bowl betting circuit before we start talking BCS. Next up, it’s the Cotton Bowl, which features the very solid LSU versus Texas A&M.

(11) LSU Tigers (10-2) vs (18) Texas A&M Aggies (9-3)

Friday, January 7, 2011

Latest odds: LSU -1

Over/Under: 49

The Louisiana State Tigers were national title contenders earlier this season, opening the year 7-0, but most sports betting sharps saw the cracks. The Tigers scraped by too many so-so opponents, going only 3-4 against the spread during their undefeated start, and their absolutely atrocious passing game had to catch up to them sooner or later.

Though LSU is 2-5 ATS over its last seven against teams with winning records and 1-4 ATS over its last five games as a favorite, the Tigers have fared well at the sportsbook in their recent bowl games. They’re 4-1 ATS over their last five bowl affairs.

Not surprisingly for an elite defensive school like LSU, eight of the Tigers’ last 11 games have gone UNDER the total.

Texas A&M closed the 2010 season with a phenomenal run both straight-up and against the NCAA football betting spread, going 6-0 over their final six games in both regards and winning tough matchups against Oklahoma and Nebraska along the way.

Strangely enough, while their recent trends are red-hot, their bowl game trends are absolutely ice cold. They’re 0-4 ATS over their last four bowl games, 0-5-1 ATS over their last six against the SEC and 0-7 ATS over their last seven neutral-site games. Four of Texas A&M’s last five bowl games have fallen UNDER the over/under.

LSU has the No. 9 defense in the nation and the ninth-ranked pass defense, allowing just 165.9 yards per game. That’s a highly impressive stat for an SEC team; it largely reflects the outstanding play of cornerback Patrick Peterson, who projects as a high first-round NFL pick.

Offensively, the Tigers did just enough to get by this year. Their running game was solid but their passing game was a mess, ranking 107th in the country with a paltry 155.4 yards per game.

Texas A&M’s strength is its passing game, which is 18th in the nation. Jerrod Johnson started the year as the Aggies’ go-to quarterback but the job belongs to Ryan Tannehill now. The two signal callers have combined for 25 touchdown passes this season.

Defensively, the Aggies are 22nd against the run and surrender only 20.3 points per game but they struggle mightily against the pass, ranking 95th with 240.5 yards allowed per contest.

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Kansas State vs. Syracuse Point Spread Pinstripes Bowl

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It’s Kansas State vs. Syracuse in the Pinstripes Bowl. The game is a pick at most sportsbooks with a total of 48, though it’s 47.5 in some shops. Kansas State is 7-5 straight up and 6-6 against the spread, going over 8-3. Syracuse is 7-5 straight up and against the spread, going under 7-3 their last 10.

Kansas State averages 4.8 yards per rush teams that normally allow 4.3 and 7.7 yards per pass to 7.1, 5.8 yards per play to 5.6. Defensively, the Wildcats allow 5.9 yards per rush to teams that usually get 4.5, but 6.7 yards per pass to 6.9, 6.3 yards per play to 5.5.

Syracuse gets 3.9 yards per rush to defenses that allow an average of 4.1, 6.2 passing yards per attempt to 7.1 and 5.0 yards per play to 5.5.

On defense, the Orange allow 3.6 yards per rush to teams that usually get 4.0, 5.5 passing yards per attempt to 6.3 and 4.4 yards per play to 5.0.

Spread betting trends (all records are against the spread): Kansas State is 3-11 after allowing more than 200 yards rushing in their previous game, 0-4 in bowls.

The Orangemen are 10-3 after accumulating less than 170 yards passing in their previous game.

Spread betting trends (all records are against the spread): The Wildcats have gone over 16-5 after allowing more than 200 yards rushing in their previous game.

Syracuse under 8-0 to teams with a winning record, under 20-7 on grass.

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SMU vs. Army Odds For Armed Forces Bowl Bet Pick

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The ESPN college football schedule and bowl picks against the spread kicks off Thursday with Army vs. SMU in the Armed Forces Bowl. Southern Methodist is -7 -115 at most sportsbooks with a total of 52.

Army enters 6-6 straight up, 5-6 against the spread having gone over 8-3 this season. SMU is 7-6 outright and 6-7 to the number.

The Black Knights are perceived to be the much better running team but that’s for those who confuse the accuracy of ratings vs. rankings. In reality, Army gets 4.5 yards per rush to defenses that permit 4.5, 7.5 yards per pass to 7.2, but just 5.0 yards per play to teams that normally allow 5.6, a number that includes special teams.

On defense, Army allows 4.3 yards per rush to squads that normally accumulate 4.2, a generous 7.8 yards per pass to 7.1 and 5.7 yards per play to 5.4.

Southern Methodist rushes for 4.8 yards per carry to defenses that allow an average of 4.4, 7.4 passing yards per attempt to 7.3, getting a nice margin of 6.3 yards per play against foes that are permitting an average of just 5.8.

Their numbers are quite accomplished on defense permitting 3.7 yards per rush versus teams normally getting 4.4, 6.8 yards per pass to 7.3 and a stingy 5.1 yards per pass against teams that usually get 5.8.

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Spread betting trends (all records are against the spread): Army is 6-1 as road underdogs, yet 7-18  as an underdog of 3.5-10.0, 2-8 to teams with a winning record. SMU is 4-13 as favorites, 0-6 after allowing less than 170 yards passing in their previous game.

Over/under trends: Army has gone under 7-0 following a double-digit loss at home. SMU has gone over 10-2 after allowing less than 20 points in their previous game.

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Capital One Bowl: Alabama vs. Michigan State

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It’s not the national championship. It’s not even a BCS bowl. The Alabama Crimson Tide therefore have to be disappointed with playing in the Capital One Bowl. But they have a quality opponent in Michigan State and a chance to make a statement, so sports betting fans could get treated to a fun game.

(15) Alabama Crimson Tide (9-3) vs (7) Michigan State Spartans (11-1)

Saturday, January 1, 1:00 p.m. ET

The favorite: Alabama -10

Over/Under: 52

Alabama won’t be satisfied with its 9-3 record but such is life in the SEC. The defending national champs’ three losses came to three other excellent teams: South Carolina, LSU and Auburn. The first two came on the road and the last loss to Auburn came in a game Alabama led 27-0 before Heisman Trophy winner Cameron Newton took over.

Alabama found itself overvalued against the college football betting spread in big games this year; the Crimson Tide are 1-4 ATS over their last five games against teams with winning records. However, they’re 5-0 ATS in their last five non-conference matchups, so the previous stat once again reflects the hardship of playing in the SEC. Alabama is 1-4 ATS over its last five games when favored by 3.5 to 10 points.

The Crimson Tide tend to crank up the offense in bowl games; their last four bowl affairs have gone OVER the  total. The over is also 6-1-1 in ’Bama’s last eight matchups against non-conference opponents.

Though Michigan State is 5-1 against the spread over its last six against teams with winning records, it’s just 3-8 ATS over its last 11 contests as an underdog. The Spartans are 1-5 ATS over their last six as a dog of 3.5 to 10 points.

Five of the Spartans’ last seven games have gone UNDER the betting total but six of their last seven non-conference affairs have gone over the total. The overall trends for the Capital One bowl seem to be pointing toward offense over defense.

Statistically, Alabama still flirted with elite status this season. It has the country’s No. 6 overall defense, ranking 11th against the pass, 23rd against the run and fifth with just 14.1 points allowed per game. Mark Ingram’s followup to his Heisman Trophy-winning 2009 season was marred by injuries and inconsistency so Alabama’s rushing offense slipped to 36th. Greg McElroy had a productive season as a passer, however, and the Crimson Tide averaged 260.3 yards through the air per game (28th).

Michigan State matches up as a well-rounded but underwhelming opponent, ranking 38th in total offense (408.5 yard per game) and 26th in defense (329.8 yards). Thanks to quarterback Kirk Cousins and running back Edwin Baker, both of whom were effective this year, the Spartans are 43rd in passing and 41st in rushing.

Michigan’s greatest strength is run defense. The Spartans allow 114 yards per game this year, good for 20th in the nation.

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South Carolina vs. Florida State Chick-fil-A Bowl

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The Chick-fil-A Bowl may not be a BCS matchup but it’s still a pretty serious bowl game for college football betting sharps to ponder. We can’t go wrong with two nationally ranked teams.

(19) South Carolina Gamecocks (9-4) vs (23) Florida State Seminoles (9-4)

Friday, December 31st, 7:30 p.m. ET

The favorite: South Carolina -3

Over/Under: 54

South Carolina was hot and cold from a betting perspective for much of this season, largely because it didn’t have an identity. Was Steve Spurrier’s team a top contender or just a high-end gatekeeper for the real powerhouses? It turned out to be more of the latter. South Carolina beat Alabama but lost to Arkansas and Auburn.

Down the stretch, however, South Carolina found its groove. Before getting dominated in the SEC title game, the Gamecocks won three straight games and beat three straight sportsbook spreads. Overall, South Carolina is 7-6 ATS this season. Nine of its 13 games trended OVER the total, which isn’t surprising given all the talented SEC offenses they faced. Their games totalled 54.9 points on average.

Florida State seemed destined for a BCS Bowl early this season when it started 6-1 and went 5-2 ATS over that span. However, disappointing losses to N.C. State and North Carolina derailed the Seminoles’ hopes. They went 4-3 over their final seven games and 2-5 ATS during that stretch. FSU is 7-6 ATS on the year and the UNDER is 8-5 for their games.

Steve Spurrier’s Gamecocks aren’t dominant in any one offensive area but pretty solid everywhere. They average 32 points a game; they have an efficient quarterback in Stephen Garcia leading the nation’s No. 47 passing attack; and they have a touchdown machine in Marcus Lattimore pacing the 55th-ranked rushing offense.

Defensively, South Carolina is Jekyll and Hyde. The Gamecocks are an outstanding seventh against the run but 107th against the pass. That’s what happens when you share a conference with Cameron Newton and Ryan Mallett.

Florida State’s offense is an underwhelming 63rd overall, perhaps because it battled injuries all season. Christian Ponder played through an elbow injury and Jermaine Thomas, part of the Seminoles’ multi-pronged rushing attack, is battling a knee injury.

Florida State’s 65th-ranked pass defense could be in tough against Garcia but Lattimore and the Gamecocks will have to work hard to penetrate Florida State’s 30th-ranked run defense (126.8 yards/game) and 24th-ranked scoring defense (19.8 points/game).

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Illinois vs. Baylor in Texas Bowl Bet Picks

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Illinois vs. Baylor in the Texas Bowl at Reliant Stadium in Houston, Texas. Illinois is a one-point sportsbook favorite with a total of 64. The total keeps going up and Baylor opened as the chalk.

Now here is a sports betting picks preview. Illinois is 6-6 straight up, but 8-4 to the number, going over 7-4. Baylor is 7-5 straight up, 5-7 to the number, also going over 7-of-11 for the year.

The Illini get 5.1 yards per rush to defenses that permit 4.3, but a measly 6.6 passing yards per attempt to 7.2 for 5.6 yards per play to squads usually permitting 5.6.

On defense they permit 3.9 yards per rush squads that normally accumulate 4.4, 6.9 passing yards per attempt to 7.2 and 5.3 yards per play to 5.7, all above average defensive numbers.

Baylor is sensational on offense getting 5.5 yards per rush against teams that normally allow 4.3, 7.8 yards per pass to 6.8 and a very impressive 6.6 yards per play to 5.5.

Defense, though they are subpar. They allow 4.2 yards per rush versus squads that earn 4.0, 7.2 passing yards per attempt to 6.8 and 5.7 yards per play to 5.3.

Spread betting trends (all records are against the spread): Illinois is 8-2 after accumulating less than 170 yards passing in their previous game but 3-13 in their last 16 non-conference games.

The Bears are 9-1 after accumulating less than 170 yards passing in their previous game, but 1-5 as underdogs.

Over/under trends: Illinois has gone over 7-0 off straight up loss, but under 14-4 on grass. Baylor has gone over 7-1 overall.

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Eagle Bank Bowl Spread: East Carolina vs. Maryland

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It’s East Carolina vs. Maryland in the Eagle Bank Bowl. The scores and odds Maryland is a 7.5 point favorite with a total of 68.

ECU enters with a 6-6 straight up and against the spread mark, going over 9-of-12. Maryland is 8-4 outright and against the spread, going over 6-4 this season.

The Pirates average 4.5 yards per rush to teams that normally allow 4.0 and 6.7 passing yards per attempt teams that normally allow 7.3, and 5.9 yards per play to 5.6.

They have been very benevolent on the defensive side permitting 5.1 yards per rush versus teams normally getting 4.4, 8.1 passing yards per attempt to 7.5 and 6.4 yards per play to 5.7.

Maryland gets 3.8 yards per rush versus teams that normally allow 4.1, 7.1 passing yards per attempt to 6.7 and 5.4 yards per play to 5.3.

The Terrapins allow a stingy 3.5 yards per rush squads that normally accumulate 4.1, 6.1 passing yards per attempt to 6.5 and 4.7 yards per pass to 5.2.

Spread betting trends (all records are against the spread): Maryland is 12-2 after accumulating less than 100 yards rushing in their previous game, yet 1-9 after allowing more than 280 yards passing in their previous game.

ECU is 2-9 outside the conference.

Spread betting trends (all records are against the spread): East Carolina has gone over 8-2 after allowing more than 450 total yards in their previous game and over 7-2 outside the conference.

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BCS Bowls 2011 Previews From Betting Standpoint

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Now the top sports betting site, OffshoreInsiders.com previews the BCS Bowls 2011 using the key numbers exploited by pro gamblers.

We start with the Rose Bowl between TCU and Wisconsin.

Commencing with the yards per carry data, the higher rated offense is neither as it’s a push.

On the same side of the line of scrimmage, yards per reception gives the upper hand to Texas Christian by .8.

Sharp football bettors exploit yards per point. The more productive unit with the ball in their hands is the Wisconsin Badgers by .8.

In stopping rushing attacks, the higher ranked defense according to rushing yards per attempt is the Horned Frogs by .9.

The stingier defense in terms of yards per pass catch would be TCU by 1.5.

The more disruptive defense making use of yards per point enlightenment is that of Texas Christian by 3.1.

On the better side of turnover ratio is Wisconsin by five.

Onward to the Fiesta Bowl between Connecticut and Oklahoma.

Contrasting rushing yards per attempt on offense, the higher ranked aggregates are in the hands of Connecticut by 1.3.

In passing yards per completion, the foremost figures are in the column of Oklahoma by 1.2.

As far as yards per point is concerned, the more efficient offense is Connecticut by 1.1.

Now for the same numbers on the defensive side.

The tougher team against the run based on yards per rush allowed is the Huskies by .4.

Neither squad is permitting fewer passing yards per completion as it’s a dead heat.

UConn forces more yards per point on defense by 1.2.

The Sooners have a slight turnover edge margin by two.

The Orange Bowl sees a clash of Virginia Tech vs. Stanford.

In comparing yards per rush on offense, the better numbers belong to the Hokies, but by just .1.

As far as passing yards per completion on the offensive side of the ball, the upper hand is for VA Tech by 1.9.

According to yards per point, the more efficient offense is a dead heat.

Defensively the more stingy team based on yards per rush is the Cardinal by .4.

The superior defense in terms of passing yards per completion is Stanford by 1.9.

The yards per point statistic used by the best sports handicappers says the superior defense is Stanford by a slim .1. Virginia Tech gets the turnover ratio mark by four.

Now to the Sugar Bowl and the sweet matchup between Arkansas and Ohio State.

In comparing yards per rush on offense, the superiority from a statistical standpoint goes to the Buckeyes by .7.

Passing yards per completion is another gauge utilized by bettors. The advantage is possessed by the Razorbacks by 1.8.

Possibly the most utilized number by professional bettors is yards per point. From the offensive viewpoint the positive checkmark is in the column of Ohio State by 1.7.

Now go to the key numbers on the defensive side of the ball. The yards per rush guide says the better run defense is Ohio State by 1.0.

The superior passing yards per completion data on defense give the upper hand to Ohio State by 2.5.

In terms of yards per point, the better defense is OSU by 3.9. Turnovers go to the Buckeyes by a wide margin of 12.

Finally to the National Championship contest Oregon vs. Auburn.

The superior team in terms of rushing yards per attempt on offense comes down to a dead heat.

Also on offense, when it comes to yards per reception the figures give the eminence to Auburn by 3.0.

Vegas sharps exploit yards per point. Data says the more adroit team in that classification is Oregon by .8.

Defensively on yards per rush, the disparity favors the Ducks by .2.

The better team at stopping the air attack according to passing yards per completion is Oregon by .3.

Yards per point dictates the shrewder defense belongs to Oregon by 3.2.

In net turnovers, the preeminence is Oregon by seven.

Yards per point is determined by diving total yards by number of points. Offensively a lower number is considered more efficient. On defense, a higher number is better.

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Missouri vs. Iowa Insight Bowl Predictions

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Missouri vs. Iowa in the Insight Bowl official betting preview. Missouri is a 2.5 point favorite with a total of 46.5. They are laying three-points in some Las Vegas and offshore sportsbooks.

Mizzou is 10-2 straight up and 7-5 to the number. They’ve gone under 8-of-11 this season. Iowa is 7-5 straight up, 5-6 against the spread, also going under 8-3.

Missouri gets 4.8 yards per rush to squads usually permitting 4.3, 6.6 yards per pass to 6.7, 5.7 yards per play to 5.4. On defense they allow 3.9 yards per rush versus teams normally getting 4.1, 5.8 yards per pass to 6.8 and 4.9 yards per play to 5.3.

The Hawkeyes get 4.1 yards per rush to squads usually permitting 4.4, 8.5 passing yards per attempt to 7.3 and 6.1 yards per play to 5.7.

Iowa allows 3.3 yards per rush to versus squads that earn 4.3, 6.1 yards per pass to 7.4 and 4.8 yards per play to 5.7.

Spread betting trends (all records are against the spread): The Tigers are 5-12 to teams with a winning record, 0-5 after allowing less than 275 total yards in their previous game.

Iowa 9-2 after allowing less than 170 yards passing in their previous game, 24-9 after accumulating less than 100 yards rushing in their previous game, 21-8 after accumulating less than 170 yards passing in their previous game.

Over/under trends: Missouri under 8-1 to conference. Iowa under 22-5 after allowing less than 170 yards passing in their previous game, under 7-0 to Big 12.

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Matt Rivers free pick winner Tuesday is on Missouri -2.5 over Iowa.

When this matchup first came out I was all over Kirk Ferentz’ experienced and senior laden Hawkeyes. I believed that with a month to prepare Iowa would prove to be the better team and outclass a good but not great Missouri team as they did last year against Georgia Tech. But then Johnson-Koulianos was suspended and Adam Robinson was deemed out and I did an about face and for good reason.

I still think Iowa is a solid enough team but the season was underachieving and now without two of their main cogs things just cannot come all that easy today. Blaine Gabbert and the Tigers were not a fluke at all this season and at full strength should be able to prevail here. The Tigers’ defense is certainly much improved from what it had been for years and the offense is high flying at times and at the very least extremely capable. Gabbert is a guy who could potentially be playing on Sundays and will make his share of plays today.

Gary Pinkel has been around the block awhile and quite possibly has his best team to date, even including the team led by Chase Daniel and Jeremy Maclin from a few seasons back.

Ferentz’ will have his team fired up but they are shorthanded and very possibly not as good as some people, including myself, believed they were earlier in the season.

The pick: Missouri -2.5.

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NFL Tuesday Night Football? Eagles vs. Vikings Against the Spread

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This week’s NFL football schedule includes a contest between the Vikings vs. Eagles. The Tuesday night football is a result of snow postponing the game from Sunday Night. On NBC Sports, the odds have Philadelphia -14 with a total of 44.

OffshoreInsiders.com takes a look at the football betting match-up using key numbers employed by professional gamblers.

In comparing yards per rush on offense, the better numbers belong to Philadelphia by a noteworthy 1.1.

As far as passing yards per completion on the offensive side of the ball, the upper hand is for Philadelphia by 1.3.

According to yards per point, the more efficient offense is Philadelphia by 4.7.

Defensively the more stingy team based on yards per rush is Minnesota by 3.9.

The superior defense in terms of passing yards per completion is the Vikings by 1.0.

The yards per point statistic used by the best sports handicappers says the superior defense is Minnesota by a slim .1.

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Yards per point is determined by diving total yards by number of points. Offensively a lower number is considered more efficient. On defense, a higher number is better.

Spread betting trends (all records are against the spread): Minnesota is 8-17 road games vs. a team with a winning home record, 0-7 to teams with a winning record, 0-8 as an underdog.

Philadelphia is 23-9 after allowing more than 30 points in their previous game but 0-5 after accumulating more than 350 total yards in their previous game. They are 5-0 in the series.

Over/under trends: Minnesota over 40-19 road games vs. a team with a winning home record. Philadelphia has gone over 7-1 on grass, but under 22-8 after scoring more than 30 points in their previous game.

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