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SportsAdvisors actually traces
their roots back to the original free telephone scoreboards, then known as SportsLine. However, the founder, known as “Big Red” did
not have the foresight to copyright the name. When SportsLine.com did as such,
they sent a cease-and-desist order to sports betting pioneer “Big Red” to stop
using the SportsLine brand. The score lines went to
the more generic “free scoreboard” moniker.

The early days featured such up-and-comers Mark Lawrence,
Mel Stewart, former NFL head coach and NFL Hall-of-Fame inductee Hank Stram, and legendary broadcaster Ray Scott. It has also
been a major stepping stone for such accomplished sports handicappers as Joe Duffy’s
Amazing Cadillac Club (JD of the ACC), theRealAnimal,
Jonathan Mardukas, Chris Jordan and his doppelganger
Oscar Dooley, the Lock Line and SuperLockLine, which begat MasterLockLine.com

Other handicappers who purchased advertising time, though
are not alumni, include included Brandon Lane
(Brandon Link), Sean Michaels the
Sports Broker, and Mike Anthony (the Million Dollar Man), and Jeff Allen.

Much like Vegas Insider,
the scorephone during its SportsLine days consisted
only of the most reputable handicappers. The Tailgate
for years was a must-call for every serious gambler as Joe Duffy,
Stevie Vincent and Chris Jordan gave gamblers the ATS edge with timely free sports betting information.

When “Big Red” sold the enterprise to television tout Stu Feiner the scorephones slowly
but surely took a turn into the hard-sell and began mimicking the Johnny DeMarco and Jack Price audiotext sports phone.

Literally every top handicapper left for the
Freescoreboard toll-free scorephone. Feiner
eventually sold to Steve Budin, son of one of the
early offshore sportsbook owners. Budin free spending
has help rebuild the Sports Advisors group around a patchwork assembly of

Hoping to learn from frequent missteps, Feiner has re-entered the scorephone arena led by
journeyman tout Chuck Franklin and several upstarts.

Top Vegas Experts & Vegas Insiders Preview Tonight’s Game

The Gamecocks of South Carolina host the Wildcats of
Kentucky. The staff of OffshoreInsiders.com
takes a look at key computer betting trends. All records are against
the spread.

Kentucky is
9-2 off a straight up win in their last 11 and 20-8 going back further. They
have covered seven straight games after allowing less than 20 points in their previous
game and also on a perfect 6-0 run to teams with a winning record.

However, South Carolina
is 12-3 off a game in which they forced one or fewer turnovers. They are 7-0 teams
with a winning record and 10-1 after allowing less than 170 passing yards in
their previous game. The GoCocks are also 20-7 to the bookmakers after allowing less
than 275 total yards in their last game.

This year, Kentucky
is 5-0 straight up and 4-0 in the wallet according to the online sportsbooks. USC is 4-1 outright, but
after failing to cover their opening game to Louisiana Lafayette, they have
covered three straight lined games.

From a standpoint of betting on the total, the Gamecocks
have gone over 10-2 to teams averaging more than 6.25 yards per play, while the
Wildcats have gone under 7-0 on the road when playing against teams with a
winning record.

Now, who will cover tonight and this weekend? Get total
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Kentucky-South Carolina Sports Betting Preview

Kentucky-South Carolina gives sports gamblers one of the
best betting opportunities of the year for a nationally televised game on ESPN according
to several professional gamblers.

have South Carolina as a 3.5
point favorite with an over/under of 58. The premier sports
betting expert
Joe Duffy of GodsTips and CEO of OffshoreInsiders.com
has explained how elite gamblers exploit statistics
the media rarely talks about.

So let’s take a look at those key betting numbers. Kentucky’s
offense has been remarkable averaging 5.8 yards per rush against teams normally
allowing 4.9 and 7.7 passing yards per attempt against teams normally allowing
6.7. Overall they get .7 more yards per play than their opponents normally give

The Wildcats defense is actually better than many would
think. They allow just 5.7 yards per pass to teams normally getting 6.9 and
they hold opponents to a full half-yard below their normal average.

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South Carolina,
meanwhile, gets 5.3 yards per play against teams normally allowing 5.0, but in
what is not so Steve Spurrier like, it’s the defense carrying them. The
Gamecocks allow 4.4 yards per play to teams normally getting 5.0.

Not surprisingly, USC is a better team at home, averaging
34.7 points per game in three contests while allowing 12.7.

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Jonathon Stone Cold Locks Nothing On Doctor Green

So far on my radio, I have heard Dr. Green is the newest
radio tout. I also heard Wayne Root’s
Winning Edge has a bigger play than even TheSportsAdvisors
or SportsAdvisors and Tony Smith.

All those radio 800 number touts have those generic
names. I need to call Doctor Green for
my winning coin flip NFL pick. There’s always Proline
TV with Jimmy Feist and the Cat in the Hat Dave Cokin