Official betting Preview of SEC Championship Georgia-Alabama

In the biggest SEC Championship Game in NCAAF history, Georgia plays Alabama in the 2021 contest. Georgia is laying -6.5 with a total of 50.5 at MyBookie after a world opener was posted at Betonline, the home of the opening line at -4 and 50.5. Early money poured in on the Bulldogs with 86 percent of bets and 83 percent of the money on the home-state squad. Both metrics lean towards the over with 52 percent of tickets and 66 percent of the handle on a high scoring game. 

Georgia is playing in their home state but doesn’t have as much of a travel edge as some may assume. The Tide will travel 187 miles, compared to 61 for UGA. The Dogs are 8-4 ATS, including 6-0 away from home, while Alabama is 6-6 in the back pocket. UGA has gone under 7-of-12 games this year, the Tide under 6-5-1. 

Georgia has a big edge on offense, especially in the running game, getting 1.1 more yards per rush, 2.2 yards per pass, and 1.4 more yards per play than their opponents normally allow. Bama gets .1 yards per carry less, but 2.0 yards per pass and 1.0 yards per play above what their foes normally permit. 

The Dogs hold teams to a stunning 2.1 yards per rush, 2.1 yards per passing attempt, and 2.0 yards per play (includes special teams) below their normal production. Alabama is solid as well, as teams get 1.7 yards per rush, .6 yards per pass, and 1.2 yards per play below their normal average.

Going against favorites of more than a field goal, but 10 points or less after allowing 5.5 or fewer yards per pass attempt is 64-41 if both teams average at least 8.3 yards per pass. This includes 34-11 more recently. This angle favors Alabama. 

Spread betting trends. All records are ATS: Georgia is 5-0 if they held their previous opponent to under 275 total yards. They are 11-4 on neutral sites. Alabama is 5-0 if they were held to under 100 rushing yards last game, but 3-7 if they hold their last foe to under 100 rushing yards. The underdog has covered 6-of-7 in the series. 

Over-under trends: Georgia under 7-1 neutral, under 28-12 after allowing less than 170 passing yards previous game. The Crimson Tide have gone over 12-3 if they held their last opponent to less than 275 total yards. The series has gone over 7-1-1. 

Top expert pick: Six college football winners up for Friday and Saturday. This includes Wise Guy side and total on the SEC Championship Game, first time we have had a Wise Guy on both the side and total is this doozie. Four totals, two sides at    

Media Members Who Claim Patriots are the Favorites Can Put Money Where Big Mouth Is

Many scribes and talking heads in the media have crowned Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots as the favorites to win Super Bowl 56. They can get value if they put their money where their big mouths are as New England is No. 6 favorite to win it all at 10-1 according to Bovada

Super Bowl 56 Winner 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers +550 

Kansas City Chiefs +700 

Arizona Cardinals +750 

Green Bay Packers +750 

Buffalo Bills +800 

New England Patriots +1000 

Baltimore Ravens +1200 

Dallas Cowboys +1200 

Los Angeles Rams +1200 

Tennessee Titans +2200 

Cincinnati Bengals +3000 

San Francisco 49ers +3000 

Los Angeles Chargers +3500 

Indianapolis Colts +4000 

Cleveland Browns +6000 

Minnesota Vikings +7500 

Denver Broncos +8000 

Las Vegas Raiders +8000 

Philadelphia Eagles +8000 

New Orleans Saints +15000 

Pittsburgh Steelers +15000 

Washington Football Team +20000 

Seattle Seahawks +25000 

Carolina Panthers +35000 

Miami Dolphins +40000 

Atlanta Falcons +50000 

New York Giants +50000 

Chicago Bears +75000 

Detroit Lions +500000 

Houston Texans +500000 

Jacksonville Jaguars +500000 

New York Jets +500000 

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Few “Over” Teams in NBA; Best Teams to Bet on/Against So Far This Season

Who have been the best teams to bet on in the 2021-22 NBA ranked by sweat barometer AKA margin of cover? The now-healthy and rebuilt Golden State Warriors top the list by a fairly large margin at books such as Bovada

Team       ATS Record                                           ATS margin
Golden State15-4-17.7
Cleveland 13-5-25.2
Miami 13-73.5
Chicago 13-82.1

  Not all the best teams to bet against based on margin of cover have losing ATS marks. However, proponents of sweat barometer would assert the Grizzlies have had good fortune and would be overvalued. Worst ATS teams:

Team       ATS Record                                           ATS margin
Memphis 11-9-5.3
LA Lakers7-15-5.1
New York 9-11-3
Dallas 8-10-2.6
Orlando 8-13-2

 Best over teams at MyBookie and other books?

Team       OU Record (overs-under)                                         OU margin
LA Lakers14-85.5
Charlotte 12-103.7

Suffice to say, there have been a lot more under teams, though Joe Duffy, CEO of notes that oddsmakers are adjusting and after dominating books with so many under bets, the Grandmaster’s computer software is now spitting out a lot more over bets as sharp computer moves. The top under teams:

Team       OU Record (overs-under)                                         OU margin
LA Clippers8-12-10.1
Oklahoma City 6-13-9.1
Denver 8-11-7.3
Golden State 6-14-6.6
New Orleans 7-15-4.7
Dallas 7-9-2-4.1
Chicago 9-12-4
Houston 7-12-3.2

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Oklahoma, LSU, Washington Head Coaching Favorites Announced; Bet on It

While is putting oddsamkers’ jobs in peril, the college football coaching carousel caught the nation off guard yesterday when USC announced it had hired Lincoln Riley away from Oklahoma.

There will undoubtedly be more heads of programs roll this week and next, and many are speculating who will be hired to fill some of these jobs.

SportsBetting set odds for the LSU, Oklahoma and Washington vacancies on Monday morning, which you can find below.

Odds are highly subject to change. Current odds can be found on SportsBetting

LSU Next Head Coach

Lane Kiffin                   2-1

Mark Stoops               3-1

Matt Campbell            4-1

Luke Fickell                 9-2

Dave Aranda               5-1

Billy O’Brien                11-2

Oklahoma Next Head Coach

Luke Fickell                 3-1

Matt Campbell            4-1

Bob Stoops                  5-1

Mark Stoops               6-1

Brent Venables           7-1

Josh Huepel                15-2

Dave Aranda               8-1

Jay Norvell                  9-1

Alex Grinch                 12-1

Kliff Kingsbury             16-1

Washington Next Head Coach

Kalen Deboer              3-2

Matt Campbell            5-2

Justin Wilcox               4-1

Ray Horton                  6-1

Dave Aranda               11-1

Kellen Moore              11-1

Brent Venables           12-1

Kalani Sitake               12-1

Jay Norvell                  14-1

Joe Salave’a                 16-1

Blake Anderson           20-1

Josh Gattis                  20-1

Jonathan Smith           22-1

Bryan Harsin               25-1

Tom Herman               25-1

Tony Elliott                  25-1

Deion Sanders             33-1

Dramatic Shift in Heisman Odds; Conference Title Game Lines Released

Bryce Young is back in the Heisman driver’s seat.

One week after CJ Stroud was around a -200 favorite and Young was +160, the Heisman odds at SportsBetting have swung immensely. 

At this point, barring a putrid performance in the SEC Championship against Georgia, where the Alabama is a 6.5-point underdog, the numbers suggest Young will take home the Heisman hardware.

Additionally, Michigan has moved into the No. 3 spot in terms of CFP odds, while Oklahoma State and Cincinnati are tied for the fourth-best odds.

Finally, here are the current betting lines for conference championship weekend:

Complete odds that will change throughout week based on betting from SportsBetting  

Western Kentucky vs. UTSA (+1)

Oregon vs. Utah (-3)

Baylor vs. Oklahoma State (-5.5)

Kent State vs. Northern Illinois (+3)

Utah State vs. San Diego State (-5)

Appalachian State vs. UL Lafayette (+2.5)

Houston vs. Cincinnati (-10)

Prairie View vs. Jackson State (-7)

Georgia vs. Alabama (+6.5)

Wake Forest vs. Pittsburgh (-3)

Iowa vs. Michigan (-10.5)

CFP and Heisman odds:

Bryce Young – Alabama                       -210

CJ Stroud – Ohio State                         +425

Aidan Hutchison – Michigan               +1400

Kenneth Walker III – Michigan State   +1400

Kenny Pickett – Pittsburgh                  +1400

Matt Corral – Ole Miss                        +2500

Jordan Davis – Georgia                        +3300

Desmond Ridder – Cincinnati              +5000

To win title:

Georgia                       -225

Alabama                      +650

Michigan                     +750

Cincinnati                    +1200

Oklahoma State          +1200

Notre Dame                +2000

Ohio State                   +6600

Pittsburgh                   +10000

Baylor                          +15000

Iowa                            +15000

Oregon                        +20000

Utah                            +20000

Week 12 NFL Betting Gold Nuggets: Line moves, Injuries, Sharp and square Moves, Public Consensus, Top Expert Picks

Super sharp NFL betting for week 12 sees the usual love for away favorites, including already played Bills, which were the second strongest consensus of the week both in terms of percentage of bets and cash. 

🏈Biggest public consensus in term of percentage of bets: Atlanta. Pittsburgh is the biggest public underdog, followed by Minnesota. 

🏈Most lopsided bets in term of percentage of money and biggest sportsbook liabilities: Philadelphia

🏈Sharp versus square metrics AKA pros versus Joes: Denver, Seattle (MNF)

🏈Biggest line moves with opening odds followed by current odds: Green Bay -2.5 to +2, Miami -1 to +2, Seattle -2.5 to pick

Key NFL injuries: 

Packers RB Aaron Jones game time decision. He has seen TDs, 541 yards rushing and 37 receptions. 

Giants RB Saquon Barkley will play. 

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Alabama 6-1 Bargain to Win National Title; Bearcats 4th

Following Ohio State’s loss and Alabama yet again struggling to defeat an opponent, Georgia is a prohibitive favorite to win the NCAA football national championship 2022. Non-Power 5 school Cincinnati is in the top 4 at 11-1. Odds are from Bovada





Oklahoma State+1400 

Notre Dame+2500 

Ohio State+6000 







Wake Forest+20000 

Michigan State+30000 


Carlos Correa, Corey Seager, Trevor Story, Robbie Ray, Freddie Freeman, Clayton Kershaw’s Next Teams Released

The crop of free agent talent in the MLB this offseason is massive. 

Carlos Correa, Corey Seager, Trevor Story and Robbie Ray, just to name a few. 

SportsBetting  has set next team odds for nearly a dozen of the biggest fish in the free agent pond, which you can find below.

Carlos Correa’s Next Team

Detroit Tigers                          +150

New York Yankees                  +200

Houston Astros                       +300

Los Angeles Dodgers               +400

Toronto Blue Jays                   +600

New York Mets                       +700

Seattle Mariners                     +750

St. Louis Cardinals                   +1000

Texas Rangers                         +1200

Colorado Rockies                    +1400

Clayton Kershaw’s Next Team

Texas Rangers                         +100

Los Angeles Angels                 +200

Los Angeles Dodgers               +300

New York Yankees                  +350

Washington Nationals            +400

Arizona Diamondbacks           +1000

Corey Seager’s Next Team

Los Angeles Dodgers               +150

New York Yankees                  +200

Houston Astros                       +300

Texas Rangers                         +400

Seattle Mariners                     +600

New York Mets                       +700

Detroit Tigers                          +750

St. Louis Cardinals                   +1000

Toronto Blue Jays                   +1200

Colorado Rockies                    +1400

Freddie Freeman’s Next Team

Atlanta Braves                        -200

New York Yankees                  +250

Los Angeles Dodgers               +300

Los Angeles Angels                 +450

San Diego Padres                    +450

Boston Red Sox                       +650

Kris Bryant’s Next Team

San Francisco Giants               +100

Seattle Mariners                     +150

New York Mets                       +200

Chicago Cubs                          +300

San Diego Padres                    +750

Marcus Semien’s Next Team

Toronto Blue Jays                   +150

Seattle Mariners                     +250

Texas Rangers                         +300

Detroit Tigers                          +400

San Francisco Giants               +500

Los Angeles Dodgers               +600

New York Yankees                  +700

New York Mets                       +1000

St. Louis Cardinals                   +1200

Colorado Rockies                    +1400

Max Scherzer’s Next Team

Los Angeles Dodgers               +100

San Francisco Giants               +200

Toronto Blue Jays                   +300

Los Angeles Angels                 +400

New York Mets                       +500

Houston Astros                       +800

New York Yankees                  +900

St. Louis Cardinals                   +1200

Philadelphia Phillies                +1400

Nick Castellanos Next Team

Chicago White Sox                  +250

Cincinnati Reds                       +300

San Diego Padres                    +350

Cleveland Guardians               +400

New York Yankees                  +450

New York Mets                       +500

Miami Marlins                        +600

Detroit Tigers                          +700

San Francisco Giants               +750

Milwaukee Brewers                +800

Robbie Ray’s Next Team

Toronto Blue Jays                   -125

Los Angeles Angels                 +250

Boston Red Sox                       +350

San Francisco Giants               +400

Los Angeles Dodgers               +500

Seattle Mariners                     +600

New York Mets                       +700

Texas Rangers                         +800

Starling Marte’s Next Team

Philadelphia Phillies                +100

New York Yankees                  +200

Oakland Athletics                    +300

San Francisco Giants               +400

New York Mets                       +500

Houston Astros                       +600

Trevor Story’s Next Team

Texas Rangers                         +150

Seattle Mariners                     +250

Detroit Tigers                          +350

Colorado Rockies                    +450

Los Angeles Dodgers               +550

New York Mets                       +650

New York Yankees                  +750

Toronto Blue Jays                   +800

St. Louis Cardinals                   +900

Houston Astros                       +1000

Next NBA Coach to Be Fired; Next Sacramento Kings Coach Odds Revealed

Luke Walton was the first NBA head coach to be handed walking papers this season. Who will be the next?

SportsBetting  has made Pistons’ floor general Dwane Casey the favorite with 2-1 odds. However, these odds have shifted significantly since opening. 

The sportsbook initially had Willie Green (2-1), Mike Budenholzer (3-1) and Rick Carlisle (4-1) the favorites, but now you can see the latest odds below. 

Frank Vogel, who is now second the list to be canned, started with 20-1 odds, while Stephen Silas opened with 14-1 odds.

Additionally, there are odds for the next Kings head coach. Former Nets boss Kenny Atkinson is the favorite, but a current coach has the second-best odds.

Next Kings Head Coach

Kenny Atkinson           4-1

Terry Stotts                 5-1

Becky Hammon           6-1

Alvin Gentry                7-1

Darvin Ham                 8-1

Doug Christie              10-1

Mike D’Antoni             10-1

Bobby Jackson            12-1

Mark Jackson              12-1

Jeff Van Gundy            14-1

Stan Van Gundy          14-1

Charles Lee                 16-1

Sam Cassell                 16-1

Steve Clifford              16-1

Next Head Coach Fired

Dwane Casey              2-1

Frank Vogel                 3-1

Stephen Silas               5-1

Willie Green                6-1

Mark Daigneault         10-1

Nick Nurse                  11-1

Taylor Jenkins             12-1

Nate McMillan            18-1

Ime Udoka                  20-1

Jamahl Mosley            20-1

Mike Budenholzer      20-1

Rick Carlisle                 22-1

Chauncey Billups         28-1

Michael Malone          33-1

Chris Finch                  40-1

Tyronn Lue                  40-1

Doc Rivers                   50-1

Tom Thibodeau           60-1

James Borrego            66-1

Jason Kidd                   75-1

Steve Nash                  80-1

JB Bickerstaff              125-1

Erik Spoelstra              150-1

Billy Donovan              200-1

Gregg Popovich           200-1

Wes Unseld Jr             200-1

Monty Williams          250-1

Quin Snyder                250-1

Steve Kerr                   300-1

Oddly Enough: Next Head Coach Florida Gators, Next college and NFL Coaches Fired

Dan Mullen is the latest casualty in the collegiate head coaching carousel, and a familiar face could be the next to fall.

SportsBetting  has made Steve Sarkisian the favorite to be the next NCAA coach fired. Sark’s USC Trojans were humiliated by rival UCLA this weekend.

As far as Mullen’s replacement, ULL’s Billy Napier is the favorite to take over in Gainesville. 

But…could Lane Kiffin swap SEC teams, again? He’s second on the list, followed by Oregon’s Mario Cristobal.

Finally, the sportsbook has updated its odds for who will be the first coach fired in the NFL. Matt Nagy remains the odds-on favorite.

Odds are subject to change (they already have) and current numbers can be seen at SportsBetting  

Next NCAA Coach Fired

Steve Sarkisian            2-1

Scott Frost                   3-1

Manny Diaz                 7-2

Geoff Collins               6-1

Jeff Scott                     7-1

David Shaw                 8-1

Mike Bloomgren         8-1

Dino Babers                12-1

Ken Niumatalolo         12-1

Next Florida Gators Head Coach

Billy Napier                 4-1

Lane Kiffin                   5-1

Mario Cristobal           6-1

Bob Stoops                  8-1

James Franklin            8-1

Mark Stoops               8-1

Luke Fickell                 9-1

Eric Bieniemy              12-1

Matt Campbell            12-1

Bill O’Brien                  16-1

Dan Quinn                   16-1

Dave Clawson             16-1

Deion Sanders             25-1

Jamey Chadwell          25-1

Urban Meyer              50-1

Tim Tebow                  100-1

First NFL Coach Fired

Matt Nagy                   2-3

Urban Meyer              2-1

Joe Judge                    6-1

Vic Fangio                   7-1

Dan Campbell             12-1

Pete Carroll                 25-1