NFL Playoff Odds Posted Bengals-Texans, Colts-Ravens, Vikings-Packers

By Mike Godsey

The AFC wildcard odds are up for 2013 Bengals-Texans, Colts-Ravens, Vikings-Packers say sports betting Twitter feed

01:00 PM

90001

Cincinnati Bengals

+3

+100

 

90002

Houston Texans

-3

-120

 
 

01:00 PM

90003

Indianapolis Colts

+6½

-110

 

90004

Baltimore Ravens

-6½

-110

 
 

Also in the NFC our sports handicappers say Green Bay is (-7.5) at home to Minnesota in the rematch of GodsTips Wise Guy winner in week 17

 

categoriaSports Betting News | commentoNo Comments dataDecember 30th, 2012
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8-3 Saturday Solidifies GodsTips Return to Normalcy

By Mike Godsey

We will admit that 2012 was not the 12 months of windfall profits that we’ve established over the last nearly 30 years. But clearly things are getting back to normal after last Sunday’s 6-1 NFL, then being on the right side of Cincinnati over Duke when we’ve been on the other end 100 percent of the time this season.

Then what is yet again becoming commonplace: an 8-3 Saturday! Here is what many of you got. Those who didn’t, ask yourself why? GodsTips, the anchor of OffshoreInsiders.com

Wise Guy plays are your maximum play. Majors are .75 of Wise Guy plays. We always urge line shopping to compliment the sharpest plays in the world and release plays as early as possible to ensure more success. Often our plays are released before most sportsbooks have lines up. If we released plays later in the day, it would allow us to shop for better lines than we are able to post. But we are more concerned about YOU being able to shop for better lines.

Be aware that in many cases better lines will be available than the ones we post. Game of the Year and Game of the Month plays still involve the same straight betting as above. While we believe all gamblers need only bet our plays we realize some pick and choose selections. Said distinction is for such ala carte players. All units won quoted on systems are based on one unit per bet.

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Wise Guy…

SYRACUSE +3.5 West Virginia

The game is a bit closer for Syracuse 195 to 323 miles, so they will have a bit of a regional edge. But West Virginia will have a tough time getting inspired as they had delusions about a possible BCS run and a Heisman Trophy with QB Geno Smith. WVU was exposed as a fraud.

Ryan Nassib, Syracuse’s QB, is not quite as prolific as Smith but he certainly has more than a few statistical highlights of note.

He set a school record for most passing yards in a season (3,619) on his way to becoming only the fourth quarterback in Big East history to pass for more than 9,000 yards in a career.

Nassib also ranks in the top four in Syracuse history in touchdown passes (68), completions (780), completion percentage (60.5), passing efficiency (132.8), passing yards per game (201.3), total offense (9,215) and total offense per game (196.1).

To really get an idea of just how dangerous Nassib and this passing offense can be, consider this: his 8.1 yards per attempt (YPA) mark ranks tied for 25th nationally.

The Mountaineers have allowed 457 points this season, which is the highest points allowed total in school history. The bulk of those points have come through the air, as West Virginia’s defense is allowing 9.6 yards per pass attempt and has an incredibly bad 36-9 touchdown/interception ratio.

TEXAS +3 Oregon State

Texas will travel 74 miles to San Antonio. Oregon St will travel 1709 miles. The long layoff benefits the underachieving Horns and hurts overachiever OSU. This will especially help David Ash, the talented Texas QB who is much better than he played this year.

Oregon State struggled for Oregon’s speed. The Longhorns have two talented sophomore running backs in Malcolm Brown and Joe Bergeron, but it was Jonathan Gray, the true freshman, who led the team with 683 rushing yards.

Young players have a huge upside and Gray has Oregon type speed. That is bad news for the Beavers. Texas has two talented corners in Quandre Diggs and Carrington Byndom, but they have not performed up to their talent this year. Another reason why the Horns are much better than their stats and will use the break to regress to their mean.

Major…

West Virginia-Syracuse OVER 71.5

Minor bowl games with a total of 68 or higher have gone over at 24-12. Yes two unders have happened recently but both of those totals skyrocketed. This one actually has gone down because of likely snow. But winds are expected at 5-10 mph, so the slippery field will benefit the offense and have more big plays in the passing game.

There are a number of college football teams that can boast of having as much passing and receiving talent as West Virginia, but no other program right now can say it has two 1,000-yard wide receivers and a 4,000-yard passer.

The first of those wideouts is Tavon Austin. Austin is the Mountaineers career leader in receptions (284) and receiving yards (7,136), and ranks second in career touchdown receptions (29).

Both teams have big time quarterbacks. The Mountaineers have allowed 457 points this season, which is the highest points allowed total in school history. The bulk of those points have come through the air, as West Virginia’s defense is allowing 9.6 yards per pass attempt and has an incredibly bad 36-9 touchdown/interception ratio.

RICE +2 Air Force

This is a competitor consensus. If we have a lean one way and one of the few sports services or sources we respect has a big pick on a certain side, we pass along as a competitor consensus.

NAVY +14 Arizona State

This is a sharp versus square, which is when our Vegas, offshore, and outlaw contacts tell us the majority of sharp money is betting one team, the square money the other. We go with the smart money as contrarian betting is used by many professional gamblers.

Michigan State +2 tcu

MSU has a very deceptive record dropping close contests against the nation’s fifth-toughest schedule, falling by fewer than four points in all but one of its losses. Oh the biggest blowout was 20-3 to No. 1 Notre Dame. The other five were by a combined 13 points.

The level of competition makes impressive Michigan State junior running back Le’Veon Bell. Bell led the Big Ten and ranked third nationally with 137.3 rushing yards per game, including a career-high 266 yards in the Spartans’ season-finale against Minnesota.

TCU found that no longer beating up in the mid-majors was not so easy as they had some tough sledding against the Big 12.

Instead of the quick-and-athletic defenses TCU faced in its first season in the Big 12, the Spartans (6-6) are big, physical and love to knock opponents around.

Michigan State finished the regular season with the nation’s fourth-best defense, giving up 273.25 yards per game, and was 10th in scoring, allowing 16.33 points.

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Wise Guy…

NORTH CAROLINA -4.5 unlv

Huge revenge game for the Heels. Mike Moser’s 16 points and 18 rebounds helped UNLV pull off a 90-80 upset of No. 1 North Carolina on Nov. 26 of last season, but a dislocated right elbow suffered in a win over California on Dec. 9 will keep him from attempting to repeat that performance.

UNLV has gotten erratic play from the front court, which will haunt them in their toughest game of the year. UNC has lost to some good teams, but now they have a statement game at home. UNLV will travel 2004 miles to Chapel Hill.

Major…

SANTA CLARA +18 Duke

The big chalks are going to be rusty, the underdogs red-hot and have all the motivation to keep it close. Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski said his players earned some time away from campus even if they hadn’t been unbeaten.

His top-ranked Blue Devils are back at school and will play for the first time in nine days Saturday at home against a Santa Clara team that has won six straight and hasn’t lost in regulation all season.

Following back-to-back home wins Dec. 19-20, Krzyzewski sent his team home for the holidays. Duke (11-0) did not return to practice until Wednesday. He seems to be focused on the bigger picture. The Hall of Fame coach said he would exclusively work on conditioning in the Blue Devils’ return to practice going into a stretch that includes Wednesday’s trip to Davidson before the start of ACC play next Saturday against Wake Forest.

UCSC could potentially be a bubble-team in March. So they know a close loss is a win. It will be for us too.

LOUISIANA TECH -5 Denver

Denver has lost all four road games this year by seven or more. Louisiana Tech has yet to lose at home, all six wins by four or more, four by double-digits. Tech has been tested and passed the test. They are more than ready. The demanding 12-game stretch culminated on Dec. 17 in Little Rock, Ark. with the Bulldogs winning in nail-biting fashion over the UALR Trojans, 75-73.

The dogfight of a victory came on the heels of their fourth road contest in five games and ended the Trojans seven-game home winning streak.

 

categoriaUncategorized | commentoNo Comments dataDecember 30th, 2012
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Central Michigan-Western Kentucky Top Bowl Picks 2012-2013 From Best Sports Services

By Mike Godsey

Central Michigan plays Western Kentucky in the Little Caesars Bowl. WKU is (-6.5) with a total of 56 to 57.  Without question the biggest bet is from the Canadian Crew.

The crappy chain pizza bowl has Central Michigan vs. Western Kentucky is the All Sports Best Bet of the Year. That is right, it is stronger than any side or total in any sport in 2012. Even better since concentrating exclusively on football, the wunderkinds are on a recent 12-6 run. This is the must-bet game of 2012! Get the picks now

Central Mich vs W Kentucky Props  

Wed, Dec 26, 2012 EST

Rot#

First To Score

Moneyline

1001

Central Mich

+130

1002

W Kentucky

-160

Rot#

First Score of the Game

Moneyline

1005

TD

-230

1006

FG or Safety

+180

Rot#

A Team to Score 3 Unanswered Times

Moneyline

1007

Yes

-260

1008

No

+200

Rot#

First Scoring Play

Moneyline

1009

Central Mich TD

+225

1010

Central Mich FG

+325

1011

Central Mich Safety

+6500

1012

W Kentucky TD

+120

1013

W Kentucky FG

+300

1014

W Kentucky Safety

+6000

Rot#

Score in 1st 5½ min

Moneyline

1015

Yes

-120

1016

No

-110

Rot#

Longest TD in the Game

Moneyline

1017

Over  55½  Yards

-125

1018

Under  55½  Yards

-105

Rot#

Double Result

Moneyline

1021

Central Mich – Central Mich

+275

1022

Central Mich – Tie

+2500

1023

Central Mich – W Kentucky

+550

1024

Tie – Central Mich

+1800

1025

Tie – Tie

+6000

1026

Tie – W Kentucky

+1400

1027

W Kentucky – Central Mich

+800

1028

W Kentucky – Tie

+3000

1029

W Kentucky – W Kentucky

-225

Rot#

Ryan Radcliff Total Passing Yards

Moneyline

901

Over  250½  Passing Yards

-115

902

Under  250½  Passing Yards

-115

Rot#

Cody Wilson Total Receptions

Moneyline

907

Over  5½  Receptions

-120

908

Under  5½  Receptions

-110

Rot#

Zurlon Tipton Total Rushing Yards

Moneyline

913

Over  112½  Rushing Yards

-115

914

Under  112½  Rushing Yards

-115

Rot#

Kawaun Jakes Total Completions

Moneyline

951

Over  15½  Completions

-120

952

Under  15½  Completions

-110

Rot#

Jack Doyle Total Receiving Yards

Moneyline

955

Over  45½  Receiving Yards

-120

956

Under  45½  Receiving Yards

-110

Rot#

Jack Doyle Total Receptions

Moneyline

957

Over  3½  Receptions

-130

958

Under  3½  Receptions

+100

Rot#

Willie McNeal Total Receptions

Moneyline

961

Over  4  Receptions

-105

962

Under  4  Receptions

-125

 

categoriaSports Betting News | commentoNo Comments dataDecember 26th, 2012
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Rashard Mendenhall’s Curse of the Tweet Has 98 Years Left!

By Mike Godsey

When terrorist sympathizer Rashard Mendenhall tweeted his bizarre impassioned defense of one of the greatest forces of evil in world history, the Steelers opted to not suspend him or fine him. This was especially shocking considering the next regular season game was the 10th anniversary of 911.

Starting in the backfield was none other than Mr. “how people can HATE a man they have never even heard speak. We’ve only heard one side.” I predicted “The Curse of the Tweet” would mean the Steelers would not win a Super Bowl for 100 years.

We have 98 years to go, but they have not won a playoff game. Way to go Rashard!

categoriaUncategorized | commentoNo Comments dataDecember 23rd, 2012
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Latest Results of Audit? 15-3 College Basketball; Just Starting

By Mike Godsey

Concentrating the most where the oddsmakers concentrate the least continues to pay huge dividends for Gods, now 15-3 the last 18 in college basketball.  The internal audit continues to pay huge dividends for GodsTips, anchor of OffshoreInsiders.com

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EASTERN MICHIGAN +2.5 Oakland

When playing at home this season, the Eagles are a perfect 6-0. Eastern shoots a blistering 40.9 percent within the friendly confines of the Convocation Center, while holding its opponents to just 35.0 percent shooting from the floor. The Eagles also hold their opponents to 49.8 points per game when playing in Ypsilanti.

Conversely, the Green and White is 0-3 outside of the Convo this season. EMU is shooting just 34.5 percent on the road, while its opponents are hitting 43.1 percent of its shots. EMU scores just 50 points per game away from Ypsilanti and the opposition is posting 73 points per game in those three contests.

After setting a new school record with 18 home games in 2011-12, the Golden Grizzlies have returned to the road in 2012-13. In a schedule where 29th-year head coach Greg Kampe dubbed as stupid, Oakland is playing on the road in 15 of its first 19 games and traveling nearly 17,000 miles.

OU is just 1-8 this season away from home and have lost five straight. They are understandably very road weary.  The schedule maker has given us a gift here.

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UNLV -14 Canisius

Canisius is playing their fourth game in seven days. Two were on the road or neutral at Syracuse and Temple. Now they are playing 1971 miles away from home. Yes, they will be fat and happy following the stunner over Temple, but what a tough turnaround heading to Vegas to play another good team in 48 hours. This is the same squad that lost to Stony Brook and was blown out of the arena in a short trip to Syracuse, so all signs point towards following up their best game of the year with a thud.

The Rebels have one of the nation’s premier freshman in Anthony Bennett, a 6-foot-8, 240-pound forward from Brampton, Ont., who averages 19.5 points and 8.6 rebounds.

He’s joined up front by 6-9 Khem Birch, a Montreal native averaging 7.5 points in two games since becoming eligible following his transfer from Pitt. Birch is a Blue Chipper and is going to get better each game. Against a tired Canisius, he will explode for 20.

NORTHERN ILLINOIS +18 Washington

NIU is coming into form getting key players back. Abdel Nader is averaging 14.0 points per game in three contests since returning from suspension. Nader is averaging 27.1 points per 40 minutes played.

Akeem Springs is averaging 11.3 points and 5.0 rebounds per game since moving to a role off the bench in the last three games. Springs is shooting 50.0 percent, including 54.5 percent from 3-point range, during that time. 
 Antone Christian returned against DePaul (Dec. 16) after missing six games due to injury. In his second game back at Seattle (Dec. 19), Christian scored a season-high 11 points in just 10 minutes of action.

Northern Illinois returns its top-five scoring letterwinners and top-six rebounders from a season ago, but obviously has not had them all back. Now they do and they are gelling.

HOFSTRA +8 Tulane

Tulane will travel 1168 miles to Brooklyn to travel their third game in four days. It is a virtual home game for Hofstra, traveling 35 miles. So obvious the distraction of New York only applies to the tired travelers.

GEORGIA TECH -23 The Citadel

The Citadel, in the midst of its longest road trip of the 2012-13 season, is looking to snap a four-game losing streak away from McAlister Field House that dates back to an 84-54 loss at UNCG on Dec. 1.

Three of the four losses were by 28 or more, the other by 13. This on the heels of losing their last home game to Radford by 13. Now they play a solid Georgia Tech team that devoured a tune-up game to Alabama State, winning by 34. While The Citadel is struggling in their longest road trip, Tech has been home all month, their last road game on November 28.

MIAMI OHIO +4 Illinois Chicago

The RedHawks have played only two games thus far on their home court but came away victorious in each contest. Having gone 1-6 on the road, the squad looks to build off of the success it has had in Oxford this season.

Talk about a bubble burst. The Flames are 9-2 on the year, but just had an eight-game winning streak snapped by Western Illinois on Tuesday, 70-54.

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categoriaSports Betting News | commentoNo Comments dataDecember 23rd, 2012
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Week 16 NFL Picks and Odds: Falcons vs. Lions Spread Predictions

By Mike Godsey

Atlanta takes on Detroit in NFL week 16 odds. The official betting preview of pro gamblers has the breakdown. OffshoreInsiders.com has several talented proven winners with substantial bets on this game. The Falcons are (-4.5) over the Lions with a total of 50. Here are fantasy football proposition odds.

Falcons vs Lions Props  

Rot#

First To Score

Moneyline

1001

Falcons

-135

1002

Lions

+105

All wagers have action.

Rot#

Score in 1st 6 min

Moneyline

1003

Yes

-135

1004

No

+105

Rot#

First Score of the Game

Moneyline

1005

TD

-170

1006

FG or Safety

+140

Rot#

A Team to Score 3 Unanswered Times

Moneyline

1007

Yes

-170

1008

No

+140

Rot#

First Scoring Play

Moneyline

1009

Falcons TD

+125

1010

Falcons FG

+225

1011

Falcons Safety

+8000

1012

Lions TD

+225

1013

Lions FG

+300

1014

Lions Safety

+8000

Rot#

Score in Last 2 min of the 1st Half

Moneyline

1015

Yes

-350

1016

No

+250

Rot#

Longest TD in the Game

Moneyline

1017

Over  47½  Yards

-110

1018

Under  47½  Yards

-120

Rot#

Longest FG in the Game

Moneyline

1019

Over  44½  Yards

-115

1020

Under  44½  Yards

-115

Rot#

Double Result

Moneyline

1021

Falcons – Falcons

-110

1022

Falcons – Tie

+2000

1023

Falcons – Lions

+650

1024

Tie – Falcons

+1500

1025

Tie – Tie

+6000

1026

Tie – Lions

+1600

1027

Lions – Falcons

+550

1028

Lions – Tie

+2000

1029

Lions – Lions

+225

1st Half Result / End of Regulation Result. Overtime not included.

Rot#

Winning Margin

Moneyline

1030

Falcons to win by 1-3 Pts

+450

1031

Falcons to win by 4-6 Pts

+450

1032

Falcons to win by 7-10 Pts

+650

1033

Falcons to win by 11-13 Pts

+800

1034

Falcons to win by 14-17 Pts

+1000

1035

Falcons to win by 18-21 Pts

+1400

1036

Falcons to win by 22 or more

+1000

1037

Lions to win by 1-3 Pts

+450

1038

Lions to win by 4-6 Pts

+550

1039

Lions to win by 7-10 Pts

+800

1040

Lions to win by 11-13 Pts

+1000

1041

Lions to win by 14-17 Pts

+1400

1042

Lions to win by 18-21 Pts

+1800

1043

Lions to win by 22 or more

+1200

Rot#

Team Scoring First Wins Game

Moneyline

1044

Yes

-170

1045

No

+140

Rot#

Shortest TD in the Game

Moneyline

1046

Over  1½  Yards

-120

1047

Under  1½  Yards

-110

Rot#

Highest Scoring Half

Moneyline

1048

1st Half  +½  Pts

-120

1049

2nd Half + OT  -½  Pts

-110

Rot#

Highest Scoring Quarter

Moneyline

1050

1st Quarter

+300

1051

2nd Quarter

+160

1052

3rd Quarter

+300

1053

4th Quarter

+175

Overtime not Included. Dead Heat Rules Apply.

Rot#

First Offensive Play of the Game

Moneyline

1054

Pass

-110

1055

Run

-120

Rot#

Will the Game go to Overtime

Moneyline

1056

Yes

+900

1057

No

-2500

Rot#

Team to Make the Longest FG

Moneyline

1060

Falcons

-115

1061

Lions

-115

Rot#

Team to Have 1st Coach’s Challenge

Moneyline

1062

Falcons

-115

1063

Lions

-115

Rot#

Team to Call 1st Timeout

Moneyline

1064

Falcons

-115

1065

Lions

-115

Rot#

Matt Ryan Total Completions

Moneyline

901

Over  25  Completions

-110

902

Under  25  Completions

-120

Rot#

Matt Ryan Total Passing Yards

Moneyline

903

Over  300½  Passing Yards

-120

904

Under  300½  Passing Yards

-110

Rot#

Matt Ryan Total TD Passes

Moneyline

905

Over  2  TD Passes

-130

906

Under  2  TD Passes

+100

Rot#

Matt Ryan Longest Completion

Moneyline

907

Over  42½  Yards

-115

908

Under  42½  Yards

-115

Rot#

Julio Jones Total Receiving Yards

Moneyline

909

Over  83½  Receiving Yards

-115

910

Under  83½  Receiving Yards

-115

Rot#

Julio Jones Total Receptions

Moneyline

911

Over  5½  Receptions

-125

912

Under  5½  Receptions

-105

Rot#

Roddy White Total Receiving Yards

Moneyline

913

Over  78½  Receiving Yards

-110

914

Under  78½  Receiving Yards

-120

Rot#

Jacquizz Rodgers Total Receptions

Moneyline

915

Over  3½  Receptions

-115

916

Under  3½  Receptions

-115

Rot#

Tony Gonzalez Total Receiving Yards

Moneyline

917

Over  60½  Receiving Yards

-115

918

Under  60½  Receiving Yards

-115

Rot#

Tony Gonzalez Total Receptions

Moneyline

919

Over  5½  Receptions

-125

920

Under  5½  Receptions

-105

Rot#

Michael Turner Total Rushing Yards

Moneyline

921

Over  53½  Rushing Yards

-115

922

Under  53½  Rushing Yards

-115

Rot#

Matt Stafford Total Completions

Moneyline

951

Over  25½  Completions

-115

952

Under  25½  Completions

-115

Rot#

Matt Stafford Total Passing Yards

Moneyline

953

Over  295½  Passing Yards

-120

954

Under  295½  Passing Yards

-110

Rot#

Matt Stafford Total TD Passes

Moneyline

955

Over  1½  TD Passes

-180

956

Under  1½  TD Passes

+150

Rot#

Matt Stafford Longest Completion

Moneyline

957

Over  44½  Yards

-120

958

Under  44½  Yards

-110

Rot#

Calvin Johnson Total Receiving Yards

Moneyline

959

Over  119½  Receiving Yards

-115

960

Under  119½  Receiving Yards

-115

Rot#

Calvin Johnson Total Longest Reception

Moneyline

961

Over  35½  Yards

-120

962

Under  35½  Yards

-110

Rot#

Tony Scheffler Total Receiving Yards

Moneyline

963

Over  48½  Receiving Yards

-115

964

Under  48½  Receiving Yards

-115

Rot#

Mikel Leshoure Total Rushing Yards

Moneyline

967

Over  59½  Rushing Yards

-125

968

Under  59½  Rushing Yards

-105

Rot#

Player To Score the 1st Touchdown

Moneyline

971

Calvin Johnson (Lions)

+500

972

Harry Douglas (Falcons)

+1500

973

Jacquizz Rodgers (Falcons)

+1500

974

Joique Bell (Lions)

+1200

975

Julio Jones (Falcons)

+600

976

Kris Durham (Lions)

+2000

977

Matt Ryan (Falcons)

+2500

978

Matthew Stafford (Lions)

+1800

979

Michael Turner (Falcons)

+600

980

Mike Thomas (Lions)

+2000

981

Mikel Leshoure (Lions)

+750

982

Roddy White (Falcons)

+750

983

Tony Gonzalez (Falcons)

+750

984

Tony Scheffler (Lions)

+1200

985

Field (Any Other Player)

+500

986

No TD Scored in the Game

+15000

 

categoriaSports Betting News | commentoNo Comments dataDecember 22nd, 2012
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Beef O Brady’s Bowl Odds Central Florida-Ball State Predictions To Odds Scores

By Mike Godsey

Ball State vs. Central Florida takes center stage (official betting preview) in Beef O Brady’s Bowl. UCF is (-7) with a total of 61.5 to 62. Several of the best college football handicappers have substantial bets for tonight. There are also some proposition bets.

Ball State vs Central FL Props  

Rot#

First To Score

Moneyline

1001

Ball State

+125

1002

Central FL

-155

Rot#

First Score of the Game

Moneyline

1005

TD

-350

1006

FG or Safety

+250

Rot#

A Team to Score 3 Unanswered Times

Moneyline

1007

Yes

-350

1008

No

+250

Rot#

First Scoring Play

Moneyline

1009

Ball State TD

+225

1010

Ball State FG

+300

1011

Ball State Safety

+7000

1012

Central FL TD

+120

1013

Central FL FG

+300

1014

Central FL Safety

+6000

Rot#

Score in 1st 5½ min

Moneyline

1015

Yes

-130

1016

No

+100

Rot#

Longest TD in the Game

Moneyline

1017

Over  59½  Yards

-115

1018

Under  59½  Yards

-115

Rot#

Double Result

Moneyline

1021

Ball State – Ball State

+275

1022

Ball State – Tie

+2500

1023

Ball State – Central FL

+550

1024

Tie – Ball State

+1800

1025

Tie – Tie

+10000

1026

Tie – Central FL

+1600

1027

Central FL – Ball State

+800

1028

Central FL – Tie

+3000

1029

Central FL – Central FL

-210

Rot#

Willie Snead Total Receiving Yards

Moneyline

905

Over  80½  Receiving Yards

-115

906

Under  80½  Receiving Yards

-115

Rot#

Jamill Smith Total Receptions

Moneyline

907

Over  5½  Receptions

-145

908

Under  5½  Receptions

+115

Rot#

Jahwan Edwards Total Rushing Yards

Moneyline

913

Over  99½  Rushing Yards

-120

914

Under  99½  Rushing Yards

-110

Rot#

Blake Bortles Total Passing Yards

Moneyline

953

Over  240½  Passing Yards

-115

954

Under  240½  Passing Yards

-115

Rot#

JJ Worton Total Receiving Yards

Moneyline

955

Over  50½  Receiving Yards

-115

956

Under  50½  Receiving Yards

-115

Rot#

Jeff Godfrey Total Receptions

Moneyline

957

Over  3  Receptions

-105

958

Under  3  Receptions

-125

Rot#

Latavius Murray Total Rushing Yards

Moneyline

963

Over  115½  Rushing Yards

-120

964

Under  115½  Rushing Yards

-110

 

categoriaSports Betting News, Uncategorized | commentoNo Comments dataDecember 21st, 2012
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New Mexico Bowl Spread Pick, Total, Prop Odds, Betting Line

By Mike Godsey

It is the New Mexico Bowl at University Stadium in Albuquerque, NM Nevada-Arizona. The Wildcats are -8.5 with a total of 79.

The top bets include from GodsTips. It has not been another good year. It has been another great year in college football. Get both bowl sides led by a Wise Guy. Enjoy more winning. Get four basketball winners, three in college, two of them are Wise Guy plays. We just win. Wise Guy plays from GodsTips are widely accepted as the biggest bet in gambling. Get the picks now

Proposition bets are also posted:

Nevada vs Arizona Props  

Sat, Dec 15, 2012 EST

Rot#

First To Score

Moneyline

1001

Nevada

+155

1002

Arizona

-190

Rot#

First Score of the Game

Moneyline

1005

TD

-450

1006

FG or Safety

+325

Rot#

A Team to Score 3 Unanswered Times

Moneyline

1007

Yes

-350

1008

No

+250

Rot#

First Scoring Play

Moneyline

1009

Nevada TD

+225

1010

Nevada FG

+325

1011

Nevada Safety

+7000

1012

Arizona TD

+110

1013

Arizona FG

+325

1014

Arizona Safety

+7000

Rot#

Score in 1st 5 min

Moneyline

1015

Yes

-130

1016

No

+100

Rot#

Longest TD in the Game

Moneyline

1017

Over  68½  Yards

-115

1018

Under  68½  Yards

-115

Rot#

Double Result

Moneyline

1021

Nevada – Nevada

+325

1022

Nevada – Tie

+2500

1023

Nevada – Arizona

+600

1024

Tie – Nevada

+1800

1025

Tie – Tie

+10000

1026

Tie – Arizona

+1600

1027

Arizona – Nevada

+1000

1028

Arizona – Tie

+3000

1029

Arizona – Arizona

-275

Rot#

Cody Fajardo Total Completions

Moneyline

901

Over  21½  Completions

-125

902

Under  21½  Completions

-105

Rot#

Brandon Wimberly Total Receiving Yards

Moneyline

905

Over  64½  Receiving Yards

-115

906

Under  64½  Receiving Yards

-115

Rot#

Stefphon Jefferson Total Rushing Yards

Moneyline

913

Over  128½  Rushing Yards

-120

914

Under  128½  Rushing Yards

-110

Rot#

Matt Scott Total TD Passes and Interceptions

Moneyline

951

Over  3½  TD Passes+Ints

+110

952

Under  3½  TD Passes+Ints

-140

Rot#

Matt Scott Total Passing Yards

Moneyline

953

Over  282½  Passing Yards

-115

954

Under  282½  Passing Yards

-115

Rot#

Austin Hill Total Receiving Yards

Moneyline

955

Over  87½  Receiving Yards

-115

956

Under  87½  Receiving Yards

-115

Rot#

KaDeem Carey Total Rushing Yards

Moneyline

963

Over  160½  Rushing Yards

-120

964

Under  160½  Rushing Yards

-110

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Service out of Southern New Jersey is No. 1 this football season in the NFL and NFL/NCAAF combined based on units won. Minor Bowl Total of the Year all at OffshoreInsiders.com

 

categoriaSports Betting News | commentoNo Comments dataDecember 15th, 2012
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Bengals vs. Eagles Sports Betting Scores Pointspread Prediction

By Mike Godsey

It’s time for week 15 NFL picks to start as the Cincinnati Bengals are at the Philadelphia Eagles. The latest betting odds have Cincinnati laying (-4.5) on the road with a total of 45. Get the official betting podcast preview of the spread winner.

There are also fantasy football style proposition odds, which many fantasy sports players use as the most accurate projections:

Rot#

Andy Dalton Total Completions Moneyline

901

Over  21  Completions -115

902

Under  21  Completions -115

Rot#

Andy Dalton Total Passing Yards Moneyline

903

Over  232½  Passing Yards -115

904

Under  232½  Passing Yards -115

Rot#

Andy Dalton Total TD Passes Moneyline

905

Over  1½  TD Passes -160

906

Under  1½  TD Passes +130

Rot#

AJ Green Total Receiving Yards Moneyline

909

Over  87½  Receiving Yards -115

910

Under  87½  Receiving Yards -115

Rot#

AJ Green Total Receptions Moneyline

911

Over  5½  Receptions -150

912

Under  5½  Receptions +120

Rot#

Andrew Hawkins Total Receiving Yards Moneyline

913

Over  40½  Receiving Yards -115

914

Under  40½  Receiving Yards -115

Rot#

Andrew Hawkins Total Receptions Moneyline

915

Over  3½  Receptions -105

916

Under  3½  Receptions -125

Rot#

Jermaine Gresham Total Receptions Moneyline

919

Over  4  Receptions -120

920

Under  4  Receptions -110

Rot#

BenJarvus Green-Ellis Total Rushing Yards Moneyline

921

Over  82½  Rushing Yards -115

922

Under  82½  Rushing Yards -115

Rot#

Nick Foles Total Completions Moneyline

951

Over  22  Completions -115

952

Under  22  Completions -115

Rot#

Nick Foles Total Passing Yards Moneyline

953

Over  240½  Passing Yards -130

954

Under  240½  Passing Yards +100

Rot#

Nick Foles Total TD Passes Moneyline

955

Over  1½  TD Passes +125

956

Under  1½  TD Passes -155

Rot#

Jeremy Maclin Total Receiving Yards Moneyline

959

Over  63½  Receiving Yards -115

960

Under  63½  Receiving Yards -115

Rot#

Jeremy Maclin Total Receptions Moneyline

961

Over  5  Receptions -130

962

Under  5  Receptions +100

Rot#

Jason Avant Total Receptions Moneyline

965

Over  3½  Receptions -140

966

Under  3½  Receptions +110

Best bet tonight is from the Canadian Crew: The wunderkinds have hit five straight football picks as the profits since concentrating solely on football have been great. Now get another. Not only will they get some Thursday night NFL odds with the Cincinnati Bengals taking on the Philadelphia Eagles, but the New Mexico Bowl is shaping up to be a huge bet, as the Arizona Wildcats face off with the Nevada Wolf Pack. Stay tuned on the later, but get ready to dominate with the NFL. Get the picks now

 

categoriaSports Betting News | commentoNo Comments dataDecember 13th, 2012
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Bowl Betting Video Your Bookmaker Fears That You Will Watch

By Mike Godsey

The bowl betting video that bookmakers do not want you to see

Secrets revealed and myths exposed.

 

categoriaSports Betting News | commentoNo Comments dataDecember 11th, 2012
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