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2014 Big Ten Power Rankings – Week 6

East Division 1. Michigan State 3-1 (0-0) –The Spartans closed their non-conference schedule with a big win against Wyoming. They head into Big Ten play in good shape, however they have a major test right off the bat when Nebraska comes to town. Coming Up: Oct. 4th vs. Nebraska– Could this be a possible preview of the Big Ten Championship Game? It should be a great one in East Lansing as the Spartan D tries to stop Ameer...

2014 SEC Power Rankings – Week Five

2014 SEC Power Rankings – Week Five SEC East 1. South Carolina (3-1, 2-1 SEC) - The Gamecocks took care of business against Vanderbilt last week even though their defense struggled for large portions of the game. They remain in the top spot due to their victory over the Georgia Bulldogs. Next game: Saturday, September 27th at home in a winnable game against Missouri. 2. Georgia (2-1, 0-1 SEC) - The Bulldogs shut out...

2014 Big Ten Power Rankings – Week 5

East Division 1. Michigan State-Sparty had their way with EMU winning 73-14. MSU will look to fatten up more when Wyoming comes to town this weekend. Coming Up: Sept. 27th- vs. Wyoming- It may not be as large of a win as last week, but the Spartans should win easily at home. 2. Ohio State-Sure beating Kent State 66-0 looks great, but is that what a Big Ten power has to do to get back into the playoff race? Urban Meyer was...

2014 Week 4 Quick Hitters – Betting on Colle...

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2014 SEC Power Rankings – Week Four

2014 SEC Power Rankings – Week Four SEC East 1. South Carolina (2-1, 1-1 SEC) - A huge 38-35 victory over the Georgia Bulldogs vaults the Gamecocks to the No. 1 position on our list. Dylan Thompson continued to look good at quarterback as they look to put an early season loss to Texas A&M behind them. Next game: A Saturday trip to Nashville on September 20th for a very winnable game. 2. Georgia (1-1, 0-1 SEC) - The...

2014 Big Ten Power Rankings – Week 4

Talk about a rough two weeks for the Big Ten. A new week starts with the Power(less) rankings. East Division 1. Michigan State-MSU had their bye week and should be well rested for MAC foe Eastern Michigan. Coming Up: Sept. 20th vs. Eastern Michigan- Sparty should roll against the instate foe. 2. Ohio State-Sure beating Kent State 66-0 looks great, but is that what a Big Ten power has to do to get back into the playoff race?...

Closing Line Value

It seems like the talk of the sports gaming world lately has been about Closing Line Value. The closing line is the line at the sportsbooks when the game is about to start. It is the most accurate line because all of the money has been bet.  Closing line value is determined by comparing the line you bet vs the line that was last available before the game started. Regardless of winning or losing your bet, the overall theory...

2014 Week 3 Quick Hitters – Betting on Colle...

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2014 SEC Power Rankings – Week Three

2014 SEC Power Rankings – Week Three SEC East 1. Georgia (1-0, 0-0 SEC) - The Bulldogs were off this past Saturday but they easily remain in the top spot with their previous win over the Clemson Tigers. They’ll be tested this weekend against a South Carolina team who will be looking to get back atop the conference standings. Next game: Saturday, September 13th at South Carolina. 2. South Carolina (1-1, 0-1 SEC) -...

2014 Big Ten Power Rankings – Week 3

East Division 1. Michigan State-Sparty looked pretty good in the first half against the Ducks, but then the wheels came off as they were out scored 28-3 in the second half. They are still by far the best team in the East. Coming Up: Sept. 13th Bye 2. Ohio State-The Buckeyes came crashing down to Earth after being hit with one of the three brutal Big Ten losses. JT Barrett was under pressure all night and the Hokie offense...