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.