Following today's UEFA Champions League group stage draw, the most prominent European football/soccer competition is ready to kick off. And so is betting on the same. In this article, we will review all the groups and present them to you. Manchester City is the top contender for winning the trophy, and … Read More... about UEFA Champions League Group Stage Draw Completed
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I don't pre-write blog posts as a rule. There are so many COVID-19 focused college football stories in the news right now, though, that it feels necessary to outline the coronavirus-related content of any pigskin preview. How should WagerBop handle hard news? List every opted-out athlete from every school and get it out of the way? Link to 5 COVID-19 information portals and … [Read more...] about Big 12 Football Preview: Conference Title Odds and Team Win Total Picks
Let's get something straight. There will be FBS football, NFL football, Canadian football, and probably High School football played in 2020-21. Nobody needs to worry about that. The NFL Draft is going-ahead right on time for a reason. The only question is how many people will see the games happen live. Those who think pigskin should simply "postpone for 18 months" don't … [Read more...] about COVID-19 Makes Clemson’s National Title Line Into Best FBS Gamble in Years
I’ve always been partial to handicapping wide point spreads, which are more likely to arise in college football than for the NFL...assuming the Miami Dolphins aren’t involved. The reason is simple – a big spread simplifies the handicapping. Picking a (-4) line ATS involves an awful lot of potential scenarios that could take place in the 4th quarter. Is the underdog coach … [Read more...] about Week 5 College Football Odds and Predictions: Gamblers Foresee Red Raiders’ Doom vs Oklahoma
While we write this article, some 11 hours are separating us until the climax of this NCAA season. The Virginia Cavaliers and the Texas Tech Red Raiders are meeting in one of the most unexpected finals in the history of college basketball. And there were a lot of surprises over the course of time. So who's it gonna be? Tony Bennett or Chris Beard? Kyle Guy or Jarrett … [Read more...] about Virginia or Texas Tech? Who Will Become Immortal?
The NFL MVP was screaming from joy in the stands, while watching how his Texas Tech defeats Michigan State Spartans in the Final Four game of the 2019 NCAA tournament. Patrick Mahomes was once the leading figure of this university. That spot is now reserved for the whole basketball team of the Red Raiders. After beating the Spartans 61-51, this generation became the first … [Read more...] about Red Raiders’ Matt Mooney: It’s Been Quite a Journey”
This time of year, everyone still alive in college basketball is good. Everyone still alive is talented and each of these teams are hot. There are no easy ones in the Final Four. Each team is dangerous. I’m a huge numbers guy and several jump out at me as I peruse the Spartans-Raiders matchup which is set to take place on Saturday April 6th from beautiful US Bank Stadium in … [Read more...] about March Madness Final Four Preview: Michigan State vs Texas Tech – By the Numbers
After the first half on Thursday night, Texas Tech led 63-44 over Michigan … oh wait, sorry … that was the final score. The halftime score was actually 24-16. Yeah … 16. This wasn’t just a cold shooting performance by Michigan. This was one of the worst offensive showings in the storied history of the NCAA Tournament. We need some context. This deserves a deep dive … [Read more...] about What Did We Just See?
64 teams have a shot to be crowned king of college hoops. Each team in the field from Duke and Gonzaga down to Abilene Christian and Montana are 6 wins away from cutting down the nets in Minneapolis. Of course, a few teams are more likely to win than others. Duke, for example, is given the tournament’s best odds while ACU, Bradley, Colgate, Gardner Webb, NC Central, and … [Read more...] about March Madness Futures Tracker