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West Coast Bias – Week Twelve Plays

YTD: 26-28-1  LW: 2-1-1 337 Minnesota +7.5 – The Kitties have been a preferred side for us this season and we need one more win from them in their last two games to hit our season win total over the posted 7.5 games.  However, the Kitties have won five straight games and have played two overtime games in that span, which seems like this run can’t last forever.  Minny comes in with QB Croft looking better each...

West Coast Bias – Week Twelve Power Rankings

For those who haven’t been following weekly, the summary of the early week post is as follows: At the beginning of each week I am providing an analysis of my power rankings and the raw data and trends I build into each line, which I measure against the posted openers.  This allows me to arrive at what I call my “Average Variance” from the Vegas opener.  Based on my experience, any average variance > 4, from the posted...

West Coast Bias – Week Eleven Plays

YTD: 24-27  LW: 1-4 125 Michigan OVER 45 – We are going against this line move that opened at 48 and has now dropped to 45.  Michigan has started to turn the corner on offense putting up 30+ the last two weeks with QB Peters at the helm.  The Wolverines are averaging 200+ yards on the ground and we expect them to bully the Terps and run at will on a defense that is giving up 430+ yards per game.  Our numbers have this...

West Coast Bias – Week Ten Power Rankings

For those who haven’t been following weekly, the summary of the early week post is as follows: At the beginning of each week I am providing an analysis of my power rankings and the raw data and trends I build into each line, which I measure against the posted openers.  This allows me to arrive at what I call my “Average Variance” from the Vegas opener.  Based on my experience, any average variance > 4, from...

West Coast Bias – Week Nine Power Rankings

For those who haven’t been following weekly, the summary of the early week post is as follows: At the beginning of each week I am providing an analysis of my power rankings and the raw data and trends I build into each line, which I measure against the posted openers.  This allows me to arrive at what I call our “Average Variance” from the Vegas opener.  Based on my experience, any average variance > 4, from...

West Coast Bias – Week Eight Power Rankings

For those who haven’t been following weekly, the summary of the early week post is as follows: At the beginning of each week I am providing an analysis of my power rankings and the raw data and trends I build into each line, which I measure against the posted openers.  This allows me to arrive at what I call my “Average Variance” from the Vegas opener.  Based on my experience, any average variance > 4, from...

West Coast Bias – Week Four Plays

YTD: 8-10  LW: 2-4 305 Virginia +13 – Just too many points here for a Cavaliers team that is hitting their stride on offense (even though this is a weird travel spot to Boise before they open ACC play next week against Duke).  The advantage we like here is UVA HC Mendenhall and his familiarity with coaching against Boise while he was at BYU.  Mendenhall’s 3-3-5 defense can be a bear to prepare for and we think...

West Coast Bias – Week 0 & Week 1 Plays

YTD: 0-0  LW: 0-0   295 USF -21.5 – Charlie Strong takes over the reins for the Bulls and inherits a strong squad that has 16 returning starters, including dynamic QB Flowers), who should move the ball at will against the Spartans in the opener.  SJSU begins 2017 in a straight re-build, with a new QB and new HC, who will be implementing a new system (the Dino Babers offense from Syracuse), and two first time...

The Saturday Edge College Football Podcast – PAC 1...

This week Tim (aka Pezgordo) from TSE and Mamba Brinks (@thereal_hbc) join Dawk to provide an in depth preview of the Pac-12 conference. They also touch on the AAC, MAC and Mountain West conference and share some thoughts about the Saturday games.  If you have any questions or comments please leave us a message below. Thanks.   CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO PODCAST     Powered...

College Football Betting Preview – Oregon St...

Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon – Anyone ever play that game where you name almost any movie and some how Kevin Bacon ties into it?   Well in College Football I think you can play 6 degrees of Brett Bielema and his mysterious choice to leave Madison, Wisconsin and go to Arkansas. Go back 2012 as Wisconsin was preparing to play in the Rose Bowl after wrapping up its THIRD  BIG 10 title in his 6 year tenure and Bielema...

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