Sports Betting Blog

Commentary on Performance- November 2011 The Sports Investing Index had some interesting divergences during November, but had another down month. After reaching an all-time high in June, the Sports Investing Index has declined markedly since that time, and is now down for the year and is at its lowest level since August 2010.  As with any any investment,…

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This is an early “flash report” for the Sports Investing Index.  The Index was down slightly in November, led by gains in the NHL (+8%), but dragged down by the NFL (-8%).  We’ll have a full article and report posted to the appropriate area of Sports Insights’ website shortly. Sports Insights is a leader in…

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Every Monday, we take a look at the opening lines for next week’s NFL games: Team Betting % Open Current Notes Browns 25% 13.5 13.5 Lone Thursday night matchup puts AFC North in the national spotlight. With no line movement thus far, the betting public remains heavily in favor of the home favorite Steelers winning…

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The San Diego Chargers opened as a 3 point favorite at the market-setting Cris sportsbook and, according to Sports Insights’ NFL Betting Trends, is currently receiving 72% of all spread bets. Despite this lop-sided betting percentage, the line remained at -3 as of Monday afternoon. Although the line appears unchanged from the time it opened, there…

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We’re back with our weekly sports update.  Today, we’ll focus on college football, with several big games clarifying the national title hopes of several teams. The LSU-Georgia game is a must-win for #1-ranked LSU in their quest for the national title.  Bettors are jumping on the top-ranked Tigers and their #2 defense on the nation….

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Friday’s slate of games is highlighted by the Pac-12 championship where 8th ranked Oregon will host UCLA. At 6-6 UCLA is an unlikely title contender, however, due to the sanctions placed on USC they were able to sneak in with a 5-4 conference record. This game will also mark the last game for the Bruins…

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