NCAA Tournament Second Round
#7 Temple Owls vs #10 Penn St Nittany Lions
McKale Center, Tucson, AZ
Thursday, March 17, 2011, 2:10 pm Eastern, TV: TNT
Opening Line: pick
Current Line: -2 1/2
Opening Total: 122 1/2
Current Total: 121
Money Line: Temple -145 / Penn St +125
Arizona St Sun Devils at Wisconsin Badgers, Camp Randall Stadium, Madison, Wisconsin
Saturday, September 18, 2010, 3:30 pm EST, TV: ABC, ESPN2, or ESPN Gameplan (check local listings)
Opening Line: Wisconsin -17
Current Line: Wisconsin -12.5
Opening Total: 48
Current Total: 48
Money Line: Wisconsin -475 / ASU +395 The opening and current lines were taken from Bookmaker Sportsbook, who is the first offshore book to post a betting line on the games.
Miami at Ohio State
Saturday, 9/11/10, 3:40 PM EDT, TV: ESPN
Opening Point Spread: Ohio State -10
Current Betting Line: Ohio State -9
Opening Total: 45
Current Total: 47
Current Moneyline: Ohio State -360/Miami +300 Point Spread Info from above taken from Bookmaker Sportsbook.
We are pretty much at the end of the annual parade of conference media days. Each year all of the coaches and national media spend a day or two together telling lies and half-truths to get people to start thinking about college football again. Most of what we hear from the gatherings is pointless – at least from a betting perspective. Once in a while, though, we hear something that could prove to have some value down the road. Here’s a quick gathering of some of the more interesting things that came up in this year’s media days:
Colorado, Nebraska, Utah, and Boise State will all have one thing in common this year – they will be lame ducks in their current conferences as they prepare to move to new, presumably greener pastures for the 2011 season. The amount of conference shuffling wasn’t nearly as much as it had the potential to be, but it’s still far more than we are used to – especially in the major conferences. When 2011 rolls around the Pac-10, Big Ten, and Big 12 are all going to look significantly different next year than they will this year. The Big Ten and Pac-10 will have three new teams between them, and will be split into divisions for the first time. They’ll both likely have conference championship games to worry about for the first time. The Big 12 is moving in the opposite direction – the departure of two teams will likely mean the end of divisions, and will certainly mean the end of the conference championship game.
Here is the weekly recap for last weeks NCAA football action. Not as many major happenings as in weeks past, but still some interesting and useful nuggets to consider when looking at the upcoming season of college football handicapping.
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