Andre Stringer is averaging 9.5 points per game in 20 minutes of play per night for the 4-0 Tigers, who enter tonight’s contest against Seton Hall as 4.5 point favorites.
Seton Hall at LSU
Time: 9:30 PM EST
Spread: LSU -4.5
Total: 135
M/L: LSU -190, SH +160

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TCU Football
After last weeks trashing over the Utes, TCU is quickly climbing up the power rankings
1. Oregon Ducks, 9-0 (1) – It took a while for Oregon to get into their game with Washington, but the Ducks eventually throttled the Jake Locker-less Huskies. The offense continues to be the most potent in the country. They have a potentially dangerous game against the Golden Bears. It’s always tough to play at Cal. Last week: Defeated Washington, 53-16. This week: at California, (5-4).

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College Football Betting Trend Report For Week 2
College Football Betting Trend Report For Week 2
The Irish defense looked good against Purdue and that bodes well in betting against Michigan. The Wolverines are 0-6 ATS when they score fewer than 21 points over the past three seasons.  Michigan is 2-11 ATS when they allow 28 or more points the past three seasons and 1-12 when they allow 10 or more yards per passing attempt since 1992.

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Boise State Virginia Tech Football Odds
Boise State Vs Virginia Tech is the top game on the week 1 slate
The start of NCAA football is less than a month away. With the week 1 college lines recently released, it is time to look at some of the big games that open up the season.  For lines and totals on all of the week 1 games check out the college football odds page of Maddux Sports.

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The Bulls seem determined to make a truly bizarre coaching choice. The latest man to  rise to the top of the pile is Vinny Del Negro. His biggest asset in the search is that he isn’t Doug Collins.  You probably remember Del Negro from his days  as a somewhat average player who bounced around five NBA teams and a couple in Europe for good measure. He had a good college career at NC State under Jim Valvano, and he comes from a basketball family – his dad played for Adolph Rupp at Kentucky. There’s just one problem with an otherwise solid coaching resume – he’s never coached at any level before. Hmmm. He was a broadcaster for a while after he retired before joining the front office of the Suns, peaking at assistant general manager. I’m sure he’s a good guy, and he obviously gave one heck of an interview, but it seems odd that a team with so much on the line (a solid roster, the number one pick, etc.) would give the keys to a guy who has never driven. It’s also a relatively unique-to-basketball thing. The NBA seems much more likely to give a job to an unproven guy than any other league. In the NHL you have to cut your teeth in the minors or as an assistant (unless you are Wayne Gretzky, and Del Negro is no Gretzky). You have to put in your time in baseball, too. The NFL wouldn’t hire someone who isn’t an established assistant or a college coach.  This would be like the Raiders firing Lane Kiffin and hiring Scott Pioli to take his place. Doesn’t make much sense, but I wish the Bulls well. At least I will be able to find something else to be fascinated by once they make this hiring official.

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