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2010 NFL Week 4 Lines – Week Four Lines Breakdown

September 27th, 2010 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2010 NFL Week 4 Lines – Week Four Lines Breakdown

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Complete List of NFL Week 4 Lines Can Be Found Below

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Week 4 of the 2010 NFL campaign is going to get underway this weekend. Below you will find the current list of 2010 Week 4 NFL lines and spreads along with a breakdown of the Week 4 NFL odds. Be sure to check out the free NFL picks from the expert handicappers at Bankroll Sports this weekend…

At the end of Monday Night Football, only either two or three teams will be left amongst the ranks of the unbeaten both SU and ATS. One of the two, the Pittsburgh Steelers, are in action this week, while the other, the Kansas City Chiefs, are enjoying their bye.

The Steelers will be playing in their fourth and final NFL betting affair on Sunday without the services of QB Ben Roethlisberger. Fourth string QB Charlie Batch has played well in limited time and guided the team to a pair of victories. For a team that many thought would start the year at 1-3 or even 0-4, Pittsburgh is playing with house money right now. That can be parlayed into a two game lead in the AFC North this weekend with a win over the Baltimore Ravens parlayed with some help in the form of a loss by the Cincinnati Bengals. Either way, a victory at home over the Ravens would really open up the flood gates for an interesting second portion of the season, as Baltimore would be dropped to just 1-2 in divisional play and clearly behind the 8-ball in terms of getting to the postseason. The Ravens are short 1.5 point underdogs in Sunday’s big clash.

Also in divisional play, the Miami Dolphins are going to have to rebound quickly this week from their Sunday Night Football loss at the hands of the New York Jets. For the second straight week, they’ll be playing in primetime on Monday Night Football against the New England Patriots, who have plenty of questions to answers defensively right now. The oddsmakers are calling this one just too tough to make a week 4 line here; this one is set at a pick ’em.

However, when you’re talking about combining drama with NFL┬ádivisional rivalries, you can’t look any further than the City of Brotherly Love on Sunday afternoon. In a game that many around the country will see, the Philadelphia Eagles, led by the suddenly resurgent QB Michael Vick, will welcome to town an old friend, QB Donovan McNabb and the Washington Redskins. Not only do these two teams hate each other, but the loser will drop to just 1-3 on the season and could already effectively be out of the playoff picture.

The biggest favorites of NFL Week 4 lines are the New Orleans Saints. With a lack of a running game coming up to bite them in the rear on Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons, the Saints will look to rebound with a ‘W’ against the struggling Carolina Panthers, who are the only team on the season that has yet to cover a spread. Carolina could be ready to make a coaching move if this game doesn’t go well, as HC John Fox is in the final year of his deal and the franchise clearly isn’t happy with the direction the team is going in.

The highest ‘total’ of the weekend involves the Indianapolis Colts and the Jacksonville Jaguars, as that number is set at 46.5. The lowest of the weekend, to no surprise, is the duel in Steeltown between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Baltimore Ravens, which has been lined at just 35.

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Current Week 4 Lines for Sunday, 10/3/10

199 Denver Broncos +6.5
200 Tennessee Titans -6.5
Over/Under 41.5

201 Baltimore Ravens +1.5
202 Pittsburgh Steelers -1.5
Over/Under 35

203 Cincinnati Bengals -3.5
204 Cleveland Browns +3.5
Over/Under 38

205 Detroit Lions OTB
206 Green Bay Packers OTB
Over/Under OTB

207 Carolina Panthers +13.5
208 New Orleans Saints -13.5
Over/Under 45.5

209 San Francisco 49ers +7
210 Atlanta Falcons -7
Over/Under 41.5

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211 Seattle Seahawks -1
212 St. Louis Rams +1
Over/Under 38.5

213 New York Jets -5.5
214 Buffalo Bills +5.5
Over/Under 37

215 Indianapolis Colts -8.5
216 Jacksonville Jaguars +8.5
Over/Under 46.5

217 Houston Texans -3.5
218 Oakland Raiders +3.5
Over/Under 44

219 Arizona Cardinals +9
220 San Diego Chargers -9
Over/Under 46

221 Washington Redskins +6.5
222 Philadelphia Eagles -6.5
Over/Under 42

223 Chicago Bears OTB
224 New York Giants OTB
Over/Under OTB

Week 4 Odds for Monday, 10/4/10

225 New England Patriots pk
226 Miami Dolphins pk
Over/Under 45.5

NFL Football Picks: Monday Night Football Props (9/27/10)

September 27th, 2010 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on NFL Football Picks: Monday Night Football Props (9/27/10)
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There aren’t many undefeated teams left standing in the NFL world this year, but two of them will take center stage on Monday night when the Green Bay Packers duke it out with the Chicago Bears. Our NFL handicappers have the best props on the board that you should be looking at when getting ready to place NFL prop bets on this game!

Longest Touchdown Over/Under 44.5 Yards
We haven’t quite seen the cannon for QB Aaron Rodgers come out yet this year, but that doesn’t mean that he doesn’t have the capability of throwing a 45 yard TD pass. The Bears don’t have a ton of deep threats either, but any time that WR Devin Hester touches the ball, magic can happen. One of the big boys for the Packers could pull this feat off at any second as well, as Rodgers loves chucking the ball to both WR Donald Driver and WR Greg Jennings. Especially since both of these defenses love taking chances, we’re going to say that there is going to be a TD of Over 44.5 yards (-115 at Hollywood Sportsbook) more often than not in a battle of these two squads.

Aaron Rodgers Over/Under 20 Completions
This is a relatively simple prop that should not be overanalyzed. Rodgers simply doesn’t have a ground game to rely on, and HC Mike McCarthy knows it. Trying to run into the teeth of the Chicago defense generally isn’t that good of an idea either, as the combo of DT Tommy Harris and LB Brian Urlacher is there to munch any running back in their paths. Instead, Rodgers is going to be asked to use slip screens and short dump offs as if they were long handoffs in this game. That being said, we don’t see how he isn’t going to go Over 20 completions (-120 at Hollywood Sportsbook).

Jermichael Finley Over/Under 4 Receptions
Finley is quickly becoming the security blanket that Rodgers uses when he can’t find either Driver or Jennings available down the field. This is emerging as one of the best tight ends in the game. Once again, if the Bears defense gets aggressive, Finley could be in for a big, big night. We don’t see how he won’t at least reach, and like end up going Over 4 Receptions (-130 at Hollywood Sportsbook) in this battle against the Bears.

Will Jay Cutler Throw an Interception?
This is just too easy to pass up! Cutler nearly reached the 30 INT mark last year, and now he’s going against a defense that is going to be in his face all night. Congrats to the Vandy grad for only throwing one INT in his first two games of the season. The fun and games are over tonight. Cutler Will throw an INT (-225 at Hollywood Sportsbook) in this game.

2010 College Football Week 4 Lines – NCAA Football Week Four Lines Breakdown

September 26th, 2010 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in College Football   Comments Off on 2010 College Football Week 4 Lines – NCAA Football Week Four Lines Breakdown

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Week 4 of the 2010 college football campaign is going to get underway this weekend. Below you will find the current list of 2010 Week 4 NCAA football lines and spreads along with a breakdown of the Week 4 college football lines. Be sure to check out the free NCAA football picks from the expert handicappers at Bankroll Sports this weekend!

The Miami Hurricanes and Pittsburgh Panthers are going to kick off the NCAA football betting weekend on Thursday night from the Steel City in a game that pits two former conference foes against each other. Both teams are 1-1 this season and both are coming off of bye weeks. Needless to say, these two squads are incredibly evenly matched, even in the Heisman Trophy race. Both Miami QB Jacory Harris and U-Pitt RB Dion Lewis are dark horse candidates as Heisman Trophy picks as well.

On Friday night, the TCU Horned Frogs could get one of their sterner tests of the season when they take on the SMU Mustangs in an instate rivalry. The other mid-major player for the National Championship, the Boise State Broncos, will open up their 2010 home slate at the Smurf Turf when they take on the Oregon State Beavers in one of Saturday’s biggest clashes.

The ACC might not have a slew of top teams this year, but there are certainly going to be some interesting matchups to keep an eye on in conference play. The Virginia Tech Hokies didn’t get off to a good start to the season, but head coach Frank Beamer might be able to get his guys ready for a run at the BCS anyway. They’ll start off against the Boston College Eagles. The only undefeated team left in the conference, the NC State Wolfpack, will travel to Atlanta to take on the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets.

Top 25 teams are on upset alert across the country on Saturday once again. Leading the way will be the red hot Stanford Cardinal, who are up to #17 in the land and have outscored their foes by 114 points this year. However, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish could just as easily be 3-0 right now as they are 1-2 and will provide a very, very tough task. The undefeated Temple Owls just beat the Connecticut Huskies last week, and they’ll have a chance to do more damage against the Penn State Nittany Lions in Happy Valley. In the Pac-10, the two teams with arguably the best chance of going to the Rose Bowl have tough openers to deal with. The Arizona Wildcats, fresh off of their huge win over the Iowa Hawkeyes, will take on the California Golden Bears at home, while the Oregon Ducks will head to the desert to take on the Arizona State Sun Devils, who came a blocked PAT short of upsetting the Wisconsin Badgers last week.

However, there are three games that all NCAA football betting fans will be glued to this weekend, and all three involve SEC teams.

The LSU Tigers gave up 21 points in the fourth quarter to the North Carolina Tar Heels in Week 1, but if you take that quarter out, they have only conceded 13 for the rest of the season. They’ll have their biggest test of the year against the West Virginia Mountaineers in the late night start in Baton Rouge. Heading into the sea of purple and gold could be devastating for a young quarterback, and QB Geno Smith is about to find out just how tough Cajun Country can be.

In the primetime game of the night, the Auburn Tigers and South Carolina Gamecocks will do battle. War Eagle just barely survived last week against the Clemson Tigers in overtime, while South Carolina is going to be facing its first road test. This will be a great matchup between South Carolina’s stout rush defense, which ranks sixth in the country, and Auburn’s amazing trio of rushers, RB Onterio McCalebb, RB Michael Dyer, and QB Cam Newton.

However, in the main course and what might be one of the best games of the entire season, the Arkansas Razorbacks will face the Alabama Crimson Tide. The Tide have been rolling this year, and with a health RB Mark Ingram in the fold, they’re clearly at full strength. Arkansas escaped by upsetting the NCAA football odds last week “Between the Hedges,” and in the process, QB Ryan Mallett might have made himself the Heisman Trophy betting lines favorite. The winner will have a clear inside track to the SEC West title. Alabama has to be careful not to be looking forward to that battle next week at home against the Florida Gators, as this game could be just as difficult, if not harder than that one will be.

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Week 4 Lines for Thursday, 9/23/10

301 Miami Hurricanes -4
302 Pittsburgh Panthers +4
Over/Under 50.5

Week 4 Spreads for Friday, 9/24/10

303 TCU Horned Frogs -18
304 SMU Mustangs +18
Over/Under 51

Week 4 Odds for Saturday, 9/25/10

305 Central Michigan Chippewas +6.5
306 Northwestern Wildcats -6.5
Over/Under 51

307 Toledo Rockets +11.5
308 Purdue Boilermakers -11.5
Over/Under 50

309 Bowling Green Falcons +25.5
310 Michigan Wolverines -25.5
Over/Under 57.5

311 Ball State Cardinals +28
312 Iowa Hawkeyes -28
Over/Under 46

313 Eastern Michigan Eagles +44
314 Ohio State Buckeyes -44
Over/Under 57

315 Virginia Tech Hokies -4
316 Boston College Eagles +4
Over/Under 47

317 Temple Owls +14
318 Penn State Nittany Lions -14
Over/Under 43.5

319 NC State Wolfpack +8
320 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets -8
Over/Under 57.5

321 Wake Forest Demon Deacons +20
322 Florida State Seminoles -20
Over/Under 62.5

323 Army Black Knights +6.5
324 Duke Blue Devils -6.5
Over/Under 55.5

325 Buffalo Bulls +20
326 Connecticut Huskies -20
Over/Under 48.5

327 Georgia Bulldogs pk
328 Mississippi State Bulldogs pk
Over/Under 46.5

329 Fresno State Bulldogs +2
330 Mississippi Rebels -2
Over/Under 52.5

331 Miami Redhawks +20
332 Missouri Tigers -20
Over/Under 51.5

333 Air Force Falcons -13.5
334 Wyoming Cowboys +13.5
Over/Under 50

335 UCF Knights +7
336 Kansas State Wildcats -7
Over/Under 45.5

337 Tulane Green Wave +19
338 Houston Cougars -19
Over/Under 56.5

339 Oklahoma Sooners -14
340 Cincinnati Bearcats +14
Over/Under 52

341 Alabama Crimson Tide -7
342 Arkansas Razorbacks +7
Over/Under 56

343 Oregon State Beavers +18
344 Boise State Broncos -18
Over/Under 56

345 Stanford Cardinal -4.5
346 Notre Dame Fighting Irish +4.5
Over/Under 59.5

347 California Golden Bears +6.5
348 Arizona Wildcats -6.5
Over/Under 56.5

349 UCLA Bruins +15.5
350 Texas Longhorns -15.5
Over/Under 43

351 Idaho Vandals -8
352 Colorado State Rams +8
Over/Under 50.5

353 Nevada Wolfpack -4
354 BYU Cougars +4
Over/Under 63

355 USC Trojans -22
356 Washington State Cougars +22
Over/Under 55.5

357 New Mexico State Aggies +23
358 Kansas Jayhawks -23
Over/Under 51

359 Kentucky Wildcats +14
360 Florida Gators -14
Over/Under 49

361 Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles -3.5
362 Louisiana Tech Bulldogs +3.5
Over/Under 55.5

363 UAB Blazers +14
364 Tennessee Volunteers -14
Over/Under 51

365 Akron Zips +22.5
366 Indiana Hoosiers -22.5
Over/Under 57.5

367 Ohio Bobcats +6.5
368 Marshall Thundering Herd -6.5
Over/Under 46

369 South Carolina Gamecocks +3
370 Auburn Tigers -3
Over/Under 46

371 San Jose State Spartans +30.5
372 Utah Utes -30.5
Over/Under 52

373 Utah State Aggies +8.5
374 San Diego State Aztecs -8.5
Over/Under 61.5

375 West Virginia Mountaineers +10
376 LSU Tigers -10
Over/Under 43.5

377 Baylor Bears -7.5
378 Rice Owls +7.5
Over/Under 56.5

379 North Carolina Tar Heels -3
380 Rutgers Scarlet Knights +3
Over/Under 44.5

381 Northern Illinois Huskies +4
382 Minnesota Golden Gophers -4
Over/Under 49.5

383 Memphis Tigers +11.5
384 UTEP Miners -11.5
Over/Under 59.5

385 New Mexico Lobos +10.5
386 UNLV Rebels -10.5
Over/Under 50

387 Oregon Ducks -11.5
388 Arizona State Sun Devils +11.5
Over/Under 57

389 Arkansas State Red Wolves +10.5
390 Troy Trojans -10.5
Over/Under 67

391 Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders -2
392 Louisiana Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns +2
Over/Under 50.5

393 North Texas Mean Green +10
394 Florida Atlantic Owls -10
Over/Under 50

395 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers +28.5
396 South Florida Bulls -28.5
Over/Under 58

397 Florida International Golden Panthers +12
398 Maryland Terrapins -12
Over/Under 44.5

2010 NCAA Football Trends: Week 5 Cheat Sheet

September 24th, 2010 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in College Football   Comments Off on 2010 NCAA Football Trends: Week 5 Cheat Sheet
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Week 5 college football betting is here! Bankroll Sports is back with more NCAA football picks for Week 5 of the year, but before we do that, we need to take a look at the important trends and history that the teams that are facing against each other this week.

Thursday, September 30th: Texas A&M Aggies @ Oklahoma State Cowboys
NCAA Football Trends of Note
The Aggies are 17-35-1 ATS in their L/53 following an SU win
Okie State is 11-4 ATS in its L/15 as a home favorite
The Pokes are 3-8-1 ATS in their L/12 against teams with winning records

Series History
Okie State has covered and won two straight in this series, but it hadn’t won a game since that point dating back to 2003. This is traditionally a higher scoring series to say the least, as there hasn’t even been a ‘total’ posted the 40s since 2002. Five of the L/6 have gone ‘over’ the number, with the winning team scoring at least 34 in six of the L/7.

Friday, October 1st: BYU Cougars @ Utah State Aggies
NCAA Football Trends of Note
The Cougs are 1-8 ATS in their L/9 played in October
BYU is 2-7 ATS in its L/9 vs. the WAC
Utah State is 6-2 ATS in its L/8 against the MWC

Series History
These Beehive State rivals meet all the time and have clashed over each of the L/2 seasons. BYU has won both games, taking a 35-17 decision in 2009 and a 34-14 one in 2008. However, in both instances, the Aggies have turned out on the right side of the NCAA football betting lines. The L/3 meetings have gone ‘under’ the ‘total’ thanks to the fact that Utah State hasn’t scored more than 17 in a game in that stretch.

Saturday, October 2nd: Ohio State Buckeyes @ Illinois Fighting Illini
NCAA Football Trends of Note
The Buckeyes are 9-1 ATS in their L/10 against teams with winning records
OSU is 21-5 ATS in its L/26 road games
Illinois is 2-8 ATS in its L/10 in Champaign

Series History
Upsets have happened in this series in big ways. The Illini won in the ‘Shoe in 2007, 2001, and 1999. Ironically, a home team has only won twice in this decade. The Bucks have covered two straight, winning 30-0 last year and 30-20 in 2008. This is typically a lower scoring series as well, as the L/4 clashes have all had posted ‘totals’ in the 40s. Though two of the four didn’t reach the number, none of the four reached 50 points. In fact, that barrier hasn’t been reached when these two have hooked up since 2001.

Saturday, October 2nd: Miami Hurricanes @ Clemson Tigers
NCAA Football Trends of Note
Clemson is 8-3 ATS in its L/11 conference games.
The Tigers are 10-1 ATS in their L/11 as pups of less than ten points
Miami is 12-25-1 ATS in its L/38 games as a favorite

Series History
These two teams don’t have an extensive history with one another, but all three meetings have been quite exciting. All three went into overtime and the road team captured all three outings. The Tigers are 3-0 ATS though, as they have been the underdog in all three games. The most recent meeting came last year in Miami, as the Canes dropped 40-37.

Saturday, October 2nd: Virginia Tech Hokies @ NC State Wolfpack
NCAA Football Trends of Note
The Hokies are 1-7 ATS in their L/8 played in October
V-Tech is 7-2 ATS in its L/9 overall
Virginia Tech is 23-9 ATS in its L/32 road games

Series History
The Wolfpack only have one win in this series since 1991, that coming in Blacksburg in 2004. The Hokies have beaten the NCAA spreads by the narrowest of margins in the L/2 meetings, winning 38-10 last year at Lane Stadium and 20-16 in 2005 on Tobacco Road. The winner of this game will have made a great case to hop into the Top 25, especially if the winner is NCSU, who will jump to 5-0.

Saturday, October 2nd: Navy Midshipmen @ Air Force Falcons
NCAA Football Trends of Note
Navy is 13-3 ATS in its L/16 against the MWC
Air Force is 6-2 ATS in its L/8 on grass
The Falcons are 12-5 ATS in their L/17 at home

Series History
These two military academies always play a fantastic game, especially if you’re a fan of the triple option. Navy has won seven straight against Air Force both SU and ATS since 2003. The underdog is 8-3 ATS over the L/11, while Navy is 10-1 ATS over the L/11. Last year, the two hooked up in OT, with the Middies capturing a 16-13 decision in the extra frame.

Saturday, October 2nd: Tennessee Volunteers @ LSU Tigers
NCAA Football Trends of Note
The Vols have covered seven straight on the road as pups of double digits
Tennessee is 1-4 ATS in its L/5 overall
LSU is 8-17-1 ATS in its L/26 against SEC opponents

Series History
These two SEC powers haven’t met on the gridiron since 2007. That meeting resulted in a 21-14 win in the Bayou for the Tigers, who have won two straight. Typically, this is a relatively evenly matched affair. Tennessee holds a 6-4 SU edge, while LSU has a 5-3-2 ATS advantage over the L/10 meetings. The Vols had won at Tiger Stadium in three of the previous four meetings before the ’07 defeat.

Saturday, October 2nd: Texas Longhorns @ Oklahoma Sooners
NCAA Football Trends of Note
The Longhorns have covered seven straight following a double digit home loss
Texas is 11-5 ATS following an SU defeat
Oklahoma is 9-4-1 ATS in its L/14 against the Big XII

Series History
These two teams certainly don’t like each other, and it’s going show once again on Saturday in the Red River Rivalry. Texas has won two straight and four out of five, going 4-0-1 ATS since 2005. Before that though, this series simply belonged to Oklahoma. The Sooners posted an aggregate victory of 189-54 in five covers from 2000 to 2004.

Saturday, October 2nd: Wisconsin Badgers @ Michigan State Spartans
NCAA Football Trends of Note
Wisconsin is only 6-13 ATS in its L/19 road games
Michigan State is just 3-7-1 ATS in its L/11 overall
The Badgers are just 1-3 ATS in 2010

Series History
Home teams have won five straight in this series dating back to 2003, though it hasn’t always been that way from an ATS standpoint. Wisconsin covered two straight in ’08 and ’09, but before that in ’04 and ’07, Sparty proved to be the right side. The L/3 meetings have been decided by a total of 12 points. Six of the L/7 have eclipsed the ‘total’.

Saturday, October 2nd: Michigan Wolverines @ Indiana Hoosiers
NCAA Football Trends of Note
Michigan is 2-7 ATS in its L/9 in October
The Wolverines are 3-7 ATS in their L/10 road games
Indiana is only 3-7 ATS in its L/10 played in October

Series History
You have to go back quite some ways to find the last time that Indiana won a game in this series, but it nearly pulled off the shocker last year in the Big House. Facing an 18.5 point spread, the Hoosiers came into Ann Arbor and led the Wolverines for a good chunk of the game before succumbing 36-33. It marked their first cover in this series since 2003, a stretch of three straight games.

Saturday, October 2nd: Stanford Cardinal @ Oregon Ducks
NCAA Football Trends of Note
The Cardinal have covered four straight following an SU victory
Stanford is just 3-7 ATS in its L/10 road games against teams with a winning home record
The Ducks are just 5-12 ATS in their L/17 when they are favored by less than ten points

Series History
Before last season’s 51-42 Stanford win, this series was really all one way traffic for the Quack Attack. Oregon had won eight straight and covered seven of the eight, including all of the meetings from 2002 to 2007. This is typically a higher scoring series as well, as the L/5 have all gone past the ‘total’, with the lowest ‘total’ of the bunch was 52.5 in that stretch.

Saturday, October 2nd: Notre Dame Fighting Irish @ Boston College Eagles
NCAA Football Trends of Note
The Irish are 4-11 ATS in their L/15 overall
BC is 5-16 ATS in its L/21 against teams with losing records
The Eagles have covered three of the L/4 and six of the L/10 in this series

Series History
The Irish broke Boston College’s six game winning streak in this battle of the two Catholic schools last year with a 20-16 win in South Bend. However, that victory didn’t result in a cover. The last time Notre Dame both covered and won against the Eagles in the same year was in 2000, a 28-16 victory. The L/3 have all gone ‘under’ the number, while no team has scored in the 30s in this series since 1999.

Saturday, October 2nd: Florida Gators @ Alabama Crimson Tide
NCAA Football Trends of Note
The Gators are 12-3 ATS in their L/15 roadies
Florida is 23-6 ATS in its L/29 against teams with a winning record
The Gators are 19-7 ATS in their L/26 overall

Series History
Recent history tells you that the winner of this game wins the National Championship… At least that’s been the case the L/2 seasons in the SEC Championship Game. The teams are both 1-1 SU and ATS over the L/2 years. The last regular season meeting came in 2006 in Gainesville, a 28-13 win for the Gators. The Tide last won in the regular season at home in 2005 by the count of 31-3. Each team won on the road in 1998 and 1999, but Alabama had covered five straight and went 6-0-1 ATS from 1994 until 2006.

Saturday, October 2nd: Penn State Nittany Lions @ Iowa Hawkeyes
NCAA Football Trends of Note
The Hawkeyes are 8-2 ATS in their L/10 against PSU
Iowa is 7-2 ATS in its L/9 in October
The Hawkeyes are 12-4 ATS in their L/16 against teams with a winning record

Series History
For whatever reason, the Hawkeyes just seem to have Joe Pa’s number. The Nittany Lions have been favored in this series in four straight and nine out of ten dating back to 1996, but they are only a woeful 2-8 SU. These teams have played some ugly encounters as well, including a 6-4 final in Happy Valley in 2004 and last year’s 21-10 final, also in University Park. Iowa hasn’t lost to Penn State at home since 1999, but even then it covered the four TD spread.

2010 College Football Week 5 Lines – NCAA Football Week Five Lines Breakdown

September 23rd, 2010 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in College Football   Comments Off on 2010 College Football Week 5 Lines – NCAA Football Week Five Lines Breakdown

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Week 5 of the 2010 college football campaign is going to get underway this weekend. Below you will find the current list of 2010 Week 5 NCAA football lines and spreads along with a breakdown of the Week 5 college football lines. Be sure to check out the free NCAA football picks from the expert handicappers at Bankroll Sports this weekend!

Many at the outset of the year thought that this was going to be the biggest week of college football betting action in quite some time. It will inevitably be known as “Separation Saturday” for a number of teams, as the top schools in the land seemingly all collide in what should be a real spectacle for NCAA football betting fans to feast their eyes and their wagers into.

The highlight game, of course, is going to be the duel at Bryant Denny Stadium between the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Florida Gators. These two teams have split their last two encounters, both of which have been in the SEC Championship Game. The winner has moved on to the National Championship Game and won that encounter as well. This year, the meeting is just as crucial even though it won’t be as decisive as the SEC Championship. This could very well be the first of two meetings of these teams. Will HC Urban Meyer’s defense be able to stand up to the potent offense of the Crimson Tide? Can QB John Brantley go into one of the most hallowed stadiums in college football and come out with a victory? If he does, it will come as a huge upset, as the Gators are hefty nine point underdogs.

The ‘undercard’ game of sorts will be played at the Cotton Bowl this year, as the Oklahoma Sooners and Texas Longhorns will meet up. This duel sort of lost a bit of its luster last week when the Longhorns were crushed at home by the UCLA Bruins in a stunning 34-12 upset, but as we all well know, this is a game in which you can throw out the record books. These two teams just hate each other, and the winner of it seemingly always goes on to represent the Big XII South in the Big XII Championship Game. Just has been the case with the Alabama/Florida winner over the L/2 seasons, the winner of this game has played in back to back National Championships, but has been defeated by the SEC champs in both cases. The Sooners are only 3.5 point favorites in spite of the fact that they are now clearly the higher ranked team.

The big rivalry game between the Boston College Eagles and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish is also this weekend. These two teams hate each other about as much as two teams possibly can, and though this game doesn’t mean as much as it once did, don’t tell that to the teams involved. The Irish are 2.5 point road favorites, but inevitably, this game is going to come down to the very end regardless.

One of the biggest road favorites of the weekend are the TCU Horned Frogs, who are expected to easily roll over the Colorado State Rams. They are 33 point chalks even though they are on the road. The Horned Frogs are one of six favorites this week of at least 20 points. The biggest favorites, to no surprise though, are the Boise State Broncos. After rolling past the Oregon State Beavers last week, the Broncos are stunning 41.5 point favorites against the New Mexico State Aggies in Las Cruces.

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Week 5 Lines for Thursday, 10/1/10

101 Texas A&M Aggies +3.5
102 Oklahoma State Cowboys -3.5

Week 5 Spreads for Friday, 10/2/10

103 BYU Cougars -5.5
104 Utah State Aggies +5.5

Week 5 Odds for Saturday, 10/3/10

105 Texas Longhorns +3.5
106 Oklahoma Sooners -3.5

107 Vanderbilt Commodores +7
108 Connecticut Huskies -7

109 Ohio Bobcats -9.5
110 Eastern Michigan Eagles +9.5

111 Ball State Cardinals +17
112 Central Michigan Chippewas -17

113 Wisconsin Badgers -2
114 Michigan State Spartans +2

115 Michigan Wolverines -10.5
116 Indiana Hoosiers +10.5

117 Northwestern Wildcats -5
118 Minnesota Golden Gophers +5

119 Virginia Tech Hokies -3.5
120 NC State Wolfpack +3.5

121 East Carolina Pirates +11
122 North Carolina Tar Heels -11

123 Duke Blue Devils +7.5
124 Maryland Terrapins -7.5

127 Temple Owls -5
128 Army Black Knights +5

129 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets -9.5
130 Wake Forest Demon Deacons +9.5

131 Texas Tech Red Raiders -7
132 Iowa State Cyclones +7

133 Kentucky Wildcats +2.5
134 Mississippi Rebels -2.5

135 Tulsa Golden Hurricane -10.5
136 Memphis Tigers +10.5

137 Kansas Jayhawks +8.5
138 Baylor Bears -8.5

139 Kent State Golden Flashes -2.5
140 Miami Redhawks +2.5

141 Idaho Vandals -3
142 Western Michigan Broncos +3

143 TCU Horned Frogs -33
144 Colorado State Rams +33

145 Navy Midshipmen +9.5
146 Air Force Falcons -9.5

147 Buffalo Bulls +3.5
148 Bowling Green Falcons -3.5

149 Notre Dame Fighting Irish -2.5
150 Boston College Eagles +2.5

151 Tennessee Volunteers +16
152 LSU Tigers -16

153 Washington State Cougars +27
154 UCLA Bruins -27

155 Ohio State Buckeyes -17.5
156 Illinois Fighting Illini +17.5

157 Georgia Bulldogs -5
158 Colorado Buffaloes +5

159 Northern Illinois Huskies -14
160 Akron Zips +14

161 UTEP Miners -14.5
162 New Mexico Lobos +14.5

163 Arizona State Sun Devils +3.5
164 Oregon State Beavers -3.5

165 Wyoming Cowboys +3.5
166 Toledo Rockets -3.5

167 SMU Mustangs -12.5
168 Rice Owls +12.5

169 Florida State Seminoles -7
170 Virginia Cavaliers +7

171 Florida Gators +9
172 Alabama Crimson Tide -9

173 Marshall Thundering Herd +10
174 Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles -10

175 Penn State Nittany Lions +7
176 Iowa Hawkeyes -7

177 Washington Huskies +11
178 USC Trojans -11

179 Miami Hurricanes -3
180 Clemson Tigers +3

181 Boise State Broncos -41.5
182 New Mexico State Aggies +41.5

183 Nevada Wolfpack -20.5
184 UNLV Rebels +20.5

185 Stanford Cardinal +7
186 Oregon Ducks -7

187 Louisiana Tech Bulldogs +8.5
188 Hawaii Warriors -8.5

189 Florida International Golden Panthers +20
190 Pittsburgh Panthers -20

191 Louisville Cardinals -6
192 Arkansas State Red Wolves +6

193 Louisiana Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns +4.5
194 North Texas Mean Green -4.5

195 Louisiana Monroe Warhawks +35
196 Auburn Tigers -35

197 Florida Atlantic Owls +21
198 South Florida Bulls -21

2010 NFL Trends: Week 3 Cheat Sheet

September 23rd, 2010 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2010 NFL Trends: Week 3 Cheat Sheet
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Week 3 of the NFL season is right around the corner! The handicapping experts of Bankroll Sports have key releases for you this weekend. Props and free picks will be available to you on our sports blog as well. However, to kick off this NFL betting week, we’re going to take a look at the most important NFL trends and matchup histories for the Week 3 NFL matchups.

Sunday, September 26th, 1:00 ET: Dallas Cowboys @ Houston Texans
NFL Trends of Note
-The Texans are 4-0-1 ATS in their L/5 played on grass
-Houston is 2-5 ATS it its L/7 Week 3 tussles
-The Cowboys are 5-11 ATS in their L/16 roadies

Series History
The Cowboys return to the scene of the crime where Houston won its first game in franchise history in 2002 19-10. Since then, the teams have only met once, with Dallas winning 34-6 at home in ’06. These squads met in the preseason this year at Reliant Stadium with the Texans winning 23-7 for their first ‘W’ in the exhibitions.

Sunday, September 26th, 1:00 PM ET: Buffalo Bills @ New England Patriots
NFL Trends of Note
-Buffalo is 4-9 ATS in its L/13 against the AFC East
-New England is 22-8-1 ATS in its L/31 following an SU defeat
-The Pats are 7-3 ATS in their L/10 when scoring 15 or less in their previous game

Series History
This has been an awful series for Buffalo both SU and ATS of late. Thirteen straight times that these two teams have met, the Pats have been victorious, and they are a rock solid 6-1 ATS over their L/7 meetings. The road team is 8-2 ATS in the L/10, including last year when Buffalo nearly shocked New England in a 25-24 defeat here at Gillette Stadium.

Sunday, September 26th, 1:00 PM ET: Atlanta Falcons @ New Orleans Saints
NFL Trends of Note
-The Falcons are 9-4 ATS in their L/13 against the NFC
-New Orleans is 2-7 ATS in its L/9 against the NFC
-The Saints are 2-6 ATS in their L/8 as favorites

Series History
The Saints have won three straight in this series, but if you look at the NFL betting results last year, all signs point to the Falcons. Atlanta only lost 26-23 at home and 35-27 in the Louisiana Superdome to New Orleans, and we could be in for another close one. The winning team has posted at least 22 points in all ten meeting since 2005 between these two NFC South rivals.

Sunday, September 26th, 1:00 PM ET: Pittsburgh Steelers @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers
NFL Trends of Note
-The Steelers are 10-4-1 ATS in their L/15 against teams with a winning record
-The Bucs are 4-1 ATS in their L/5 following an SU win
-Tampa Bay is 9-4-1 ATS over the L/14 years in Week 3

Series History
These games haven’t been for the feint at heart in recent years. Dating back to 1998, these teams have met four times, with all four meetings being ugly, low scorers. The Bucs haven’t topped ten points against Pittsburgh since 1989 and is winless ATS since 1998. The Steelers haven’t scored more than 20 in a game in this series since ’89 either, but have covered three straight NFL spreads dating back to the turn of the millennium.

Sunday, September 26th, 1:00 PM ET: Tennessee Titans @ New York Giants
NFL Trends of Note
-The Titans have covered four straight in this series
-New York is 7-2 ATS in its L/9 on field turf
-The Giants are just 3-10 ATS in their L/13 overall

Series History
As we’ve already suggested, the Titans have been the dominating team in this series. They have four straight wins both SU and ATS under their belt, and they haven’t been beaten by the G-Men since they were the Houston Oilers and Warren Moon was quarterbacking the team. The last meeting came in 2006, with the Titans pulling out a 24-21 victory at home.

Sunday, September 26th, 1:00 PM ET: Detroit Lions @ Minnesota Vikings
NFL Trends of Note
-Detroit is 5-16 ATS in its L/21 on field turf
-The Vikes are 5-1-1 ATS in their L/6 home games
-Minnesota is 3-1-1 ATS over the L/5 years in Wk 3

Series History
Detroit has lost 12 straight times that it has come to Minnesota, and with Brett Favre and the Vikes at 0-2 this year already, that streak had better continue if the men in purple think they’re making the postseason. The Lions haven’t won a game since 2007 in this series, but the good news is that they have gone 2-1-1 ATS since 2008.

Sunday, September 26th, 1:00 PM ET: Cleveland Browns @ Baltimore Ravens
NFL Trends of Note
-The Browns are 7-2 ATS in their L/9 overall
-Cleveland is 8-3 ATS in its L/11 played in Wk 3
-The Ravens are 11-2 ATS in their L/13 against teams with a losing record

Series History
The old Cleveland Browns meet the new Cleveland Browns, and since these two franchises started battle against each other, it has been mostly one way traffic for the men in black and purple. The Ravens have four straight wins and covers in this series dating back to 2008, while Cleveland knows that it covered five straight in the series from ’06 to ’07 including a playoff tussle.

Sunday, September 26th, 1:00 PM ET: Cincinnati Bengals @ Carolina Panthers
NFL Trends of Note
-Rookie starting quarterbacks are 0-2 SU and ATS on the season
-The Bengals are 2-8 in their L/10 overall
-The Panthers are only 1-5 ATS including the preseason this year

Series History
The Bengals have never had any luck against the Panthers. This was the scene of the worst defensive effort in the history of Cincinnati football, as Carolina has a 52-31 win to its credit here. These two teams have only met three times, with Carolina owning a 2-0-1 ATS edge. The home team has won all three games, with the most recent performance being a 17-14 win for the Bengals over the Panthers in 2006 at Paul Brown Stadium.

Sunday, September 26th, 1:00 PM ET: San Francisco 49ers @ Kansas City Chiefs
NFL Trends of Note
-San Fran is 9-2-2 ATS in its L/13 against teams with a winning record
-The Niners are 13-6-4 ATS in their L/23 overall
-KC is 6-16 ATS in its L/22 at Arrowhead Stadium

Series History
KC has covered both meetings of these traditional old school powerhouses dating back to 2000. The Chiefs stomped San Fran 41-0 here at Arrowhead in ’06. The last regular season cover at Arrowhead Stadium for the 49ers dates back to the 1980s.

Sunday, September 26th, 4:05 PM ET: Philadelphia Eagles @ Jacksonville Jaguars
NFL Trends of Note
-The Eagles have covered four straight in Week 3
-Jacksonville has gone 5-1 ATS in its L/6 years in Week 3
-The Jags are 8-20 ATS in their L/28 overall

Series History
The poor Eagles haven’t stood a chance this series. This is the only team in the NFL that they have never beaten. Jacksonville is 3-0 SU and ATS against the Eagles (and even has two covers in the preseason for what it’s worth). The Jags have averaged scoring 26.3 points per game in this series, while the Eagles haven’t even reached that number once in three tries. This is the third all-time meeting between these squads at Jacksonville Municipal Stadium.

Sunday, September 26th, 4:05 PM ET: Washington Redskins @ St. Louis Rams
NFL Trends of Note
-The Skins are 2-6-1 ATS over the L/9 years in Week 3
-St. Louis is 9-21 ATS in its L/30 home games
-The Rams are 6-13 ATS in their L/19 on turf

Series History
The Rams, for whatever reason, have found a way to have Washington’s number in recent years. They nearly sprang the upset last year as ten point pups in Landover, losing 9-7, which marked their third straight cover in this series. The previous two outings were outright victories. St. Louis won on the road 19-17 as 12 point pups in ’08 and 37-31 in OT here at the Edward Jones Dome in 2006.

Sunday, September 26th, 4:15 PM ET: Oakland Raiders @ Arizona Cardinals
NFL Trends of Note
-The Raiders are winless in their L/6 following an SU victory
-Arizona is 5-1 ATS in its L/6 after an SU defeat
-The Cardinals are just 1-4 ATS in their L/5 in Week 3

Series History
Dating back to the beginning of the 2000s, this series has been short, but has belonged to Oakland. The Raiders are 2-0 SU and ATS, posting a 22-9 win in the Black Hole in 2006 and a 41-20 win in the desert in 2002. This is Oakland’s first visit to the relatively new University of Phoenix Stadium.

Sunday, September 26th, 4:15 PM ET: Indianapolis Colts @ Denver Broncos
NFL Trends of Note
-The Colts are 7-2 ATS in their L/9 on the road
-Indy is 9-3-1 ATS in its L/13 on grass
-The Broncos are just 9-21-1 ATS in their L/31 at home

Series History
The Colts just love running into Denver on the schedule. They are 3-0 SU and ATS since 2006 and have posted some absolutely huge wins over the Broncos in their time. Indy won 28-16 last year at home when these teams met and also have home victories of 38-20, 49-24, and 41-20 in recent years. The last trip to Mile High Stadium was a good one as well, as QB Peyton Manning and his band of merry men won 34-31 as short underdogs in 2006.

Sunday, September 26th, 4:15 PM ET: San Diego Chargers @ Seattle Seahawks
NFL Trends of Note
-The Chargers are 1-6 ATS in their L/7 following games in which they allowed 15 points or less
-San Diego is 5-2 ATS in its L/7 roadies
-The Seahawks are 3-10 ATS in their L/13 as underdogs

Series History
These two teams used to share a division together, but they have only met twice since Seattle moved to the NFC. The Seahawks lost 20-17 here at Qwest Field in 2006, but came away with a 31-28 overtime win at Qualcomm Stadium in 2002. The road team has won three straight outright in this series and is 2-1 ATS in those three.

Sunday, September 26th, 8:20 PM ET: New York Jets @ Miami Dolphins
NFL Trends of Note
-The Jets are 6-2 ATS in their L/8 against the AFC
-Miami is 8-1 ATS in its L/9 in division
-The Fins are 8-3 ATS in their L/11 in conference

Series History
These two teams hate each other. What was once a series that belonged to the Jets from the days of Jumbo Elliott catching TD passes has now flipped. Miami has won three straight over New York, all three of which have come as underdogs. The Jets weren’t defeated ATS from that point back through the mid 2000s. Miami’s only home win in this series since 2005 came last year, a 31-27 decision in the middle of October.

Monday, September 27th, 8:30 PM ET: Green Bay Packers @ Chicago Bears
NFL Trends of Note
-The Pack are 8-1-1 ATS in their L/10 on grass
-Green Bay is 10-3 ATS in its L/13 against the NFC North
-Chicago is just 1-7 ATS in its L/8 on natural grass

Series History
The Packers won both games last season and have covered four straight dating back to 2008. The last time the Bears covered a number against the Pack at home was in 2005, as Green Bay has really done a great job dominating the proceedings in this one. The road team won every game and covered every spread from December 2005 to October 2007 in this series.

2010 NCAA Football Trends: Week 4 Cheat Sheet

September 22nd, 2010 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in College Football   Comments Off on 2010 NCAA Football Trends: Week 4 Cheat Sheet
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Week 4 college football betting is here! Bankroll Sports is back with more NCAA football picks for Week 4 of the year, but before we do that, we need to take a look at the important trends and history that the teams that are facing against each other this week.

Thursday, September 23rd: Miami Hurricanes @ Pittsburgh Panthers
NCAA Football Trends of Note
-The Canes are 3-13 ATS in their L/16 off of a bye week
-U-Pitt is 12-6 ATS in its L/16 games on grass
-The Panthers are 7-3 ATS in their L/10 at home

Series History
The Canes have won every meeting of these teams dating back to 1998, but this is the first time the squads have met outside of Big East play. Miami won 28-14 the last time it travel to Pitt, but the time before, it was a 27.5 point favorite. My, how times have changed now that the Canes are just short four point choices of the oddsmakers in a game that many think could go either way.

Friday, September 24th: TCU Horned Frogs @ SMU Mustangs
NCAA Football Trends of Note
-The Horned Frogs are 4-10 ATS in their L/14 against C-USA
-TCU is 5-1 ATS in its L/6 on the road
-SMU is 18-7-1 ATS in its L/26 against teams with a winning record

Series History
These two teams have met in each of the L/3 seasons, and though it looks like it would be a runaway for the 3-0 Horned Frogs, who have won the three games by an aggregate score of 108-28, that just isn’t the case. SMU holds a 2-1 ATS edge and is 5-2 ATS over the L/7 meetings against one of the mid-major powers of the country.

Saturday, September 25th: Virginia Tech Hokies @ Boston College Eagles
NCAA Football Trends of Note
-The Hokies are 6-2 ATS in their L/8 overall
-V-Tech is 22-9 ATS in its L/31 roadies
-BC is just 2-14 ATS in its L/16 against teams with a losing record, including an 0-2 mark this year

Series History
These two former Big East teams have met five times over the L/3 years, including twice in the ACC Championship Game. V-Tech is 3-2 SU and ATS. The favorite has won and covered four straight, and no road team has won in this series since 2003, save for BC winning in Blacksburg is 2007. The last time the Hokies won on Chestnut Hill came in 2002 as an 8.5 point favorite.

Saturday, September 25th: NC State Wolfpack @ Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
NCAA Football Trends of Note
-NC State is 5-0-1 ATS in its L/6 played in September
-The Wolfpack are 11-5 ATS in their L/16 in the ACC
-G-Tech is 7-1 ATS in its L/8 played in conference

Series History
Surprisingly, it has been the road team that has dominated this series of late, winning three straight and four out of five. The Ramblin’ Wreck are 5-1 SU in their L/6 against NC State and 4-1 ATS in their L/5 in this series as well. This is the first meeting of these ACC foes since 2006.

Saturday, September 25th: Stanford Cardinal @ Notre Dame Fighting Irish
NCAA Football Trends of Note
-The Cardinal are just 2-9 ATS in their L/11 against independent teams
-Notre Dame is 0-5 ATS in its L/5 following an ATS win
-The Irish are only 17-35 ATS in their L/52 under the watchful eyes of Touchdown Jesus

Series History
These annual rivals really hate each other, and for good reason. Stanford beat Notre Dame for the first time since 2002 last year, but the Irish are still dominating the NCAA football odds in this series. They have covered three straight and seven out of nine dating back to last the 2001 campaign.

Saturday, September 25th: Temple Owls @ Penn State Nittany Lions
NCAA Football Trends of Note
-The Owls are 11-5 ATS in their L/16 overall
-Penn State is 7-3 ATS in its L/10 against the MAC, including one cover already this season
-The Nittany Lions are 6-2 ATS in their L/8 against Temple

Series History
Needless to say, this is Temple’s best chance to win a game in this series a quite some time. These teams have met quite a bit since 1992, ten times to be exact, and this is the first time the Owls haven’t been dogs by at least 25 points. PSU didn’t cover last year in a 31-6 victory, but it hasn’t won a game by less than that 25 point margin in this series since 2003. Over the L/4 meetings, the Owls have scored a grand total of nine points and haven’t found the end zone more than once in a game against the Nittany Lions since 1995. They lost that game 66-14.

Saturday, September 25th: Alabama Crimson Tide @ Arkansas Razorbacks
NCAA Football Trends of Note
-The Tide are 9-2 ATS in their L/11 road games
-Arkansas is 6-2 ATS against teams with a winning record
-The Hogs are just 1-3 ATS in the L/4 meetings with Alabama

Series History
These two teams hate each other, as they meet every single September in the first month of SEC action. Arkansas hasn’t beaten Alabama since 2006, but the Tide have real reasons to be worried. They won in Fayetteville 49-14 in 2008, but before that, they had won here since 2002. Bama rolled to a 35-7 win last year in Tuscaloosa.

Saturday, September 25th: Wake Forest Demon Deacons @ Florida State Seminoles
NCAA Football Trends of Note
-The Deacs are 2-7 ATS in their L/9 road games
-Wake Forest is 8-3 ATS in its L/11 against teams with a winning record
-FSU is 2-6 ATS in its L/8 conference games

Series History
You think these two teams don’t like each other much? FSU certainly remembers that Wake Forest has won its last two trips to Tallahassee in a big way, winning 12-3 in ’08 and 30-0 in ’06. The Noles got a level of revenge last year, winning 41-28 on Tobacco Road, but for the dominant side in the ACC< that was their first win in this series dating back to 2005. The underdog has now covered six straight and has won four in a row outright.Saturday, September 25th: Kentucky Wildcats @ Florida Gators
NCAA Football Trends of Note
-The Gators are 22-6 ATS in their L/28 against teams with a winning record
-UF is 18-7 ATS in its L/25 overall
-The Wildcats are 0-3 ATS since 2007 in this series, but covered five straight before that

Series History
Don’t expect the Wildcats to be able to win this one, though. The Cats have been dominated in this series SU, as they haven’t beaten Florida in seemingly forever. UF has opened up a real can on UK over the L/2 seasons, winning be the aggregate score of 104-12.

Saturday, September 25th: South Carolina Gamecocks @ Auburn Tigers
NCAA Football Trends of Note
-The Gamecocks are 1-4 ATS in their L/5 on the road against teams with a winning home record
-Auburn is 4-10 ATS in its L/14 following an ATS defeat
-The Tigers are 1-4 ATS in their L/5 at Jordan Hare Stadium

Series History
The SEC undercard battle this week is a goodie even though these two teams have only met four times in their history. The Tigers are a perfect 4-0 SU and have now been favored in all five games since 1996. South Carolina has leveled the ATS proceeding at two games apiece with each team going 1-1 ATS at home and on the road.

Saturday, September 25th: Oregon State Beavers @ Boise State Broncos
NCAA Football Trends of Note
-The Beavers are 10-1 ATS in their L/11 road games
-OSU is 8-3 ATS in its L/11 overall
-Boise State is 44-20-2 ATS in its L/66 on the Smurf Turf

Series History
The home team has won five of the six meetings of these teams both SU and ATS. However, there have only been four clashes of these rivals since the Broncos really hit the mainstream, and the hosts won all four games. Boise State holds a 3-0-1 ATS edge though in the L/4.

Saturday, September 25th: West Virginia Mountaineers @ LSU Tigers
NCAA Football Trends of Note
-The Mountaineers have covered four straight against teams with a winning record
-WVU is 1-5 ATS in its L/6 games played on grass
-The Tigers are 4-11 ATS in their L/15 at Tiger Stadium

Series History
First meeting

Saturday, September 25th: California Golden Bears @ Arizona Wildcats
NCAA Football Trends of Note
-Cal is 6-14 ATS in its L/20 road games
-The Golden Bears are 7-2 ATS in their L/9 played on grass
-Arizona is 7-2 ATS in its L/9 played on grass

Series History
The home team has won five straight both SU and ATS in this series, with the most recent road victory coming by Cal in 2004 to the tune of 38-0 (however, it was a 23 point favorite that day). The Cats clawed as hard as they could last year, but they came up on the short end of a 24-16 decision as a 2.5 point pup.

Saturday, September 25th: Oregon Ducks @ Arizona State Sun Devils
NCAA Football Trends of Note
-The Ducks are 8-2 ATS in their L/10 overall
-Oregon is 8-3 ATS in its L/11 conference games
-The Ducks are 5-0 ATS over the L/5 years in this series

Series History
Needless to say, it has been all one way traffic for the Quack Attack. Oregon has dropped at least 35 points on ASU in five straight years, winning all five games outright as well as ATS. The last time ASU won a game at home in this series was in 2003 when it came away with a 59-14 whooping of the U of O.