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Are Spurriers Gamecocks Be Ready To Rebound?

Written by Matt Stevens   
Saturday, 11 July 2015 23:20
south carolina gamecocksThe South Carolina Gamecocks had a bit of setback last season. After registering three straight 11-win seasons, they fell back to just 7-6. A lot of people who bet sportsbook futures are wondering whether this team is a good option to rebound or whether last season was a signal of a downtrend. It’s up to Spurrier to make sure this nosedive ends immediately and he gets this program back in the right direction.

It says a lot about the South Carolina program that 7-6 isn’t good enough anymore. Before Spurrier got Columbia, this team was a doormat. Clearly, the standard has changed over the last decade. This year, if they’re to challenge in the SEC again, it will have to start with the defense, which produced a measly 14 sacks last season. There are nine starters back and this unit simply has to be better if the Gamecocks are to make any noise in the SEC East. On offense, this is always a good-but-not-great unit but the challenge is that the defense hung them out to dry last season and they couldn’t handle the pressure. Connor Mitch will be the quarterback and he’s got a capable cast around him.

The good news for South Carolina is they do get some breaks in the schedule. They don’t have a humongous showdown in Week 1 to start the schedule (they start with North Carolina), they don’t have to play Alabama or Ole Miss, and they also dodge Arkansas, who is expected to be a strong team this season. If you bet sportsbook lines, you know that South Carolina would have been a road dog in each of those three situations. They still have to play Georgia, Missouri and Tennessee on the road but visiting those places is better than visiting Tuscaloosa. The bottom line is that if Missouri can win back-to-back SEC East crowns then South Carolina should at the very least be in the mix.
Last Updated on Monday, 12 October 2015 15:34
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Texas Bowl Odds Preview: Arkansas Razorbacks vs. Texas Longhorns

Written by Charlie Jimenez   
Monday, 29 December 2014 12:56
Texas Bowl betting odds: Arkansas Razorbacks vs. Texas LonghornThe Texas Longhorns meet the Arkansas Razorbacks on Monday December 29th at NGR Stadium - Houston, TX, for the ninth edition of the Texas Bowl betting game.

Sportsbooks currently have Arkansas Razorbacks listed as 5-point favorites versus the Texas Longhorns, while the game's total is sitting at 45½.

Sportsbooks stats show that in their last action, Razorbacks was a 21-14 loser on the road against Missouri. They don't cover the 2.5-point betting spread as favorites.

In the other side Texas Longhorns lost its last meeting, 48-10 against TCU on November 27. Texas don't cover the betting line as 4.5-point underdog, while the 58 combined points took the game OVER the total.
Last Updated on Monday, 29 December 2014 13:09
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Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl – 3 Best Storylines

Written by Andrew Scofield   
Sunday, 22 December 2013 15:55

Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl BettingBy Ricky Winnor

1 –Will Michigan’s Offense Build From The Ohio State Game?

The best game Michigan’s offense played in the 2013 season was the final regular season contest against Ohio State. The Wolverines accumulated over 600 yards and scored 41 points. They came within one two-point conversion of upsetting the Buckeyes, showing themselves and their fans that they might be able to put the pieces together in the 2014 season. Michigan has had trouble matching a scheme to its personnel. The Wolverines played an old-fashioned, pro-style kind of offense under former coach Lloyd Carr. Then, beginning in 2008, Rich Rodriguez brought in tempo- and speed-based concepts that changed the way the Wolverines recruited. Brady Hoke and offensive coordinator Al Borges replaced Rodriguez in 2011. They inherited Rodriguez’s players and therefore could not use their own pro-style concepts. They had to live in between, doing what their players were used to while trying to introduce a few different principles here and there. Michigan has really not been able to settle on a style of offense or get the consistent, integrated production it has needed in order to become a real force in the Big Ten and all of college football. Hoke surprised a lot of people when he decided to bring back Borges as his offensive coordinator for the 2014 season. This could lead Michigan to be very effective in its bowl game versus Kansas State, but on the other hand, Ohio State’s defense is porous. Kansas State might be able to play much better defense than the Buckeyes did against Michigan. It should also be said that a break of a few weeks will probably make it hard for Michigan to maintain whatever momentum it might have generated in its game against Ohio State.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 March 2014 22:29
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Outback Bowl – 3 Best Storylines

Written by Andrew Scofield   
Sunday, 22 December 2013 15:44

Outback Bowl – 3 Best StorylinesBy Jay Moreny

1 – Iowa’s Quest To Make A Statement is a place where you can become an improved bettor.  Iowa thinks it has an improved football team on its hands. The Hawkeyes struggled through September and much of October, but in November, they finished the season in style, beating Michigan and Nebraska to close their 12-game run with an 8-4 record. Iowa looked like a .500 team for much of the season, but the defense was able to take control of games while also standing tall in overtime against Northwestern. Iowa also handled Minnesota, taking back the “Floyd of Rosedale” trophy, which it had not been able to do when playing in Minneapolis in previous seasons. This was not a spectacular season, but it was certainly a lot better than it looked after an opening-week loss at home to Northern Illinois. Iowa now has a right to claim that it is on the upswing, and that it has broken from the middle of the pack in the Big Ten. However, a lot of national critics would say that the Big Ten just hasn’t been strong enough this season to give Iowa the benefit of the doubt against LSU. The Hawkeyes are going to use criticism as a source of motivation. Will that be enough against the speed and power of LSU, a team that has endured a down season but is still in the top third of the SEC? We’ll have to find out.

Last Updated on Monday, 12 October 2015 15:35
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