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The 2014 College Football season kicks off on Thursday, August 28th with six games, highlighted by Texas A&M at South Carolina. 5Dimes released Week 1 lines very early on, and more recently CG Technologies posted point-spreads for every week 1 game. Perhaps even more interesting are the 2014-15 NCAAF Futures and 4-Team Playoffs Odds, which tell us which teams are most likely…

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Sports Betting – New Jersey Governor Chris Christie continues to display a great deal of hypocrisy by now rejecting a bill that would have helped the state’s efforts for legalized sports wagering, something he once fought for. BOOOOOO! RT @akrejcik: Gov. Christie vetoes sports betting bill http://t.co/9LYv9oXC0R via @ACPressTopNews — SportsInsights.com (@SportsInsights) August 8, 2014…

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For a long time I’ve theorized that underdogs with an effective ground game are typically undervalued — especially in low scoring games. The logic behind this hypothesis was simple enough: If teams are able to rush the football effectively then they are able to continually move the chains, eat clock, and stay within striking distance of their opponent. The nation’s top…

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