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TSE Premium – Pick Release Times

Several weeks ago I told everyone via the newsletter that I would begin breaking down the feedback from the personal emails I sent out to all The Saturday Edge premium subscribers and I followed that up with this article on the number of weekly picks we will offer this coming season (the quality vs quantity debate), and this article on units wagered per game.  Today I will address the third and final issue that received a...

TSE Premium – Units Wagered Per Game

A few weeks ago I told everyone via the newsletter that I would begin breaking down the feedback from the personal emails I sent out to all The Saturday Edge premium subscribers and I followed that up with this article on the number of weekly picks we will offer this coming season (the quality vs quantity debate). Today I will attempt to address what was easily the most debated topic in the Premium section last year, UNIT...

TSE Premium College Football Picks – Quality...

In our last newsletter I told everyone I would begin breaking down the feedback from the personal emails I sent out to all The Saturday Edge premium subscribers. My plan was to do so via newsletter posts, but there was so much great information, suggestions and ideas that needed to be covered, more time and space was required. So the plan is to begin writing some articles about the feedback and I’ll post them here on...

2014 ACC Team Preview – Virginia Tech

As College football season rapidly approaches, I wanted to take a brief look at each team in the ACC as we say goodbye to Maryland and welcome Louisville into the fold.  The main focus of these previews will be on the schedule for each team, and projecting their performance against it.  I’m also taking a look at the projected win total for each team and determining if their is any value in betting the preseason line....

2014 ACC Team Preview – Wake Forest

As College football season rapidly approaches, I wanted to take a brief look at each team in the ACC as we say goodbye to Maryland and welcome Louisville into the fold.  The main focus of these previews will be on the schedule for each team, and projecting their performance against it.  I will also take a look at the projected win total for each team and predict how they will fare against it. The power numbers are of my own...

2014 SEC Team Preview – Tennessee

Hang in there for this one. The tale of the Wonderful Wizard of Oz shares multiple parallels to the the Tennessee Volunteer football team of the past decade. Let us consider Tennessee as Dorthy for intensive purposes. Dorthy and Toto are uprooted by a nasty Tornado, and  I would love to call the Tornado as Lane Kiffin, as he was what essentially started this mess that has continued to circle (see what I did there?), but the...

Fantasy Football – Who Will Shine Individual...

Who Will Shine Individually In Week 1?  With college football just around the corner, people who play fantasy football at that level are taking a look at guys who could break out in week 1. There are several marquee matchups scheduled to kick off the season, so here is a look at how some of the top individuals will fare in those games.  Jameis Winston (vs. Oklahoma State in Arlington, Texas)  The reigning Heisman Trophy...

2014 SEC Team Preview – Kentucky

Baby Steps. You must crawl before you walk. The Cats are in the second season with Stoops, and this season, the Wildcats be attempting to walk. They will perfect the crawl, show us some promising glimpses, but fall down before they can stablize and master the walk. UK will be improved, but lets be real, it’s hard not to be… 2013 In Review Where to start? Kentucky was not the best team last year. They battled...

Betting Moneyline Dogs

With college football season fast approaching, it’s time to start developing a plan of attack for 2014. With the higher payouts that betting moneyline dogs provides, a lot of bettors may forgo taking points and only betting the moneyline, but is that smart? Over the past few years, I’ve always taken the points but also bet a little bit on the moneyline. @So_Money_Sports has always been a proponent of sprinkling a little bit...

2014 SEC Team Preview – LSU

I feel like every other year, when people mention who is going to come out of the SEC, LSU somehow gets overlooked. “They lost too many starters. They don’t have a QB. The ground and pound doesn’t win football games anymore. Les always blows the big games.” Well let me remind you, LSU is in the top echelon of football factories in the country. They will reload, and they will be good. Damn good. 2013...

How the SEC Quarterback Situation Looks Entering 2...

The Southeastern Conference lost several great quarterbacks from 2013 including Johnny Manziel from Texas A & M, Georgia’s Aaron Murray, A.J. McCarron from Alabama, LSU’s Zach Mettenberger, and Connor Shaw of South Carolina. I would also throw James Franklin from Missouri into that conversation as well. How will their replacements fare in 2014? Will the SEC’s production at quarterback decline or improve this...

2014 SEC Team Preview – Missouri

Coming into 2014, I want to thank the Tigers for the large amount of money they made us in their 2013 campaign. Last year, the Tigers were to some, a surprise champion in the SEC East.  Coming into 2014, the Tigers are once again going to have to earn their respect from rest of the SEC. Things this season may be a little bit tougher. 2013 In Review Last season, I strongly believe that the Tigers had one of the best 3 WR...

2014 SEC Team Preview – Vanderbilt

Even though the past few years did not necessarily lead to a SEC title, or even the top spot in the SEC East, Vanderbilt reached new levels as a college football program. After decades of being on the doormat of the league, and a tune-up game for opponents, Vandy started to hit their stride. Then James Franklin broke numerous promises and left town. Can you really blame him? Unfortunately, that’s the state of College...