Sports Betting Blog

On Wednesday we published an article previewing which quarterbacks are being undervalued and which are being overvalued by fantasy football analysts by comparing the Yahoo! Sports rankings with oddsmakers’ projections. Today, we examine the wide receiver and tight end position to determine which sleepers managers should circle on their draft board and which future busts should…

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The 2014-15 UEFA Champions League is now set following its qualification stages and drawing for the group stages on August 28. The Champions League is comprised of the 32 top European squads, with each country qualifying through success in their own domestic league. Last year’s final saw Spanish giants Real Madrid come back to beat fellow Spanish…

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NCAAF – The real opening night of the college football season begins tonight, headlined by Texas A&M-South Carolina, Ole Miss-Boise State, Temple-Vanderbilt and Rutgers-Washington State. Check out all the latest line moves, betting percentages, injuries and more at our Free Live Odds page. Discover how sharp bettors can take advantage of contrarian betting and reverse…

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1. MLB – With the season winding down, fatigue is starting to set in with more and more key players suffering injuries. Some players to monitor today include: Tigers currently +850 to win World Series MT @jonmorosi: Anibal Sanchez said he’s concerned that he won’t pitch again during regular season. — SportsInsights.com (@SportsInsights) August 26,…

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For years, I have been of the belief that ranking systems are exceptionally flawed across all the major college sports. Fans and media alike will consistently tout the talent of a team based on their standings in the national rankings, but what do these rankings really tell us? In college football, the Coaches Poll is…

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