Sports Betting Blog

The Wall Street Journal quotes SportsInsights president, Dan Fabrizio in its article, “A Contrarian’s Guide to Football Betting.”  The WSJ’s Jared Diamond reports: “Daniel Fabrizio, the president of the website Sportsinsights.com, has found perhaps the easiest way to make money gambling on football games: Find out what everyone else is doing—and do the exact opposite. Call…

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Teams are positioning for the NFL playoffs; the sports marketplace and Public often overvalue this factor.  The public is jumping on the hot teams to continue their good performance. The opening lines are out for this week’s upcoming NFL action, and what does the early betting action say?  Please visit our blog and read our series…

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In an earlier blog post, we looked at some of the College Bowl games.  Here, we give an update on upcoming big games during the college bowl season and also focus on the heaviest-bet game of this week. In College Football action this week, Boise State, which had its eyes on the National Title —…

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We hope you enjoy the Sports Marketplace blog posts as well as our Betting Trends reports.  Please feel free to email or post comments so we can improve our content and information. Yesterday’s look at the Saturday Hoops Marketplace highlighted the Cavs (5 point underdogs) as a contrarian play, which ended up being an outright…

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There are just a few college football games today, with the bets relatively even split.  On the other hand, there is some lopsided-betting activity in the basketball marketplaces. In NCAA Basketball, the Georgetown-Loyola Maryland game and the USC-Kansas games are attracting a lot of betting interest.  The games are also fairly lopsided — but keep…

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San Diego took full advantage of Kansas City and backup quarterback Brodie Croyle last week, pounding the Chiefs 31-0. The Chargers pulled within one game of the division-leading Chiefs with the victory, and the betting public has taken notice. Even though the Chargers are only one game over .500 on the season, 73% of public…

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