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George Mason. Butler. Virginia Commonwealth. Florida Gulf Coast? After two shocking upsets over the second seeded Georgetown Hoyas and the seventh seeded San Diego State Aztecs, the FGCU Eagles find themselves with an improbable Sweet 16 matchup with Florida. But can Andy Enfield and his team continue their Cinderella story by advancing to the Elite…

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Before a single game was played in the 2013 NCAA Basketball Tournament, the team at Sports Insights examined Nate Silver’s pre-tournament projections in an attempt to spark the debate over whether or not new-age data analysis has a place in the uniquely unpredictable world that is March Madness. Following the Round of 32, Silver recalculated his…

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Back in January, we published an article which explained how you could maximize your NFL playoff winnings by betting on the moneyline and continually rolling over your bet as opposed to simply betting the future odds of that team. We discovered that a bettor could have won roughly $1,000 by betting the Ravens moneyline in…

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When it comes to March Madness, everyone seems to have their own style and strategy when filling out their NCAA tournament bracket. Some of us focus heavily on won-loss record, or head-to-head matchup history and the prevalence of star players, while others are swayed by big-name head coaches, media hyped teams or how certain college…

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Although the major conferences do not begin NCAA conference tournament play until next week, the journey to the tourney is already underway for several schools. The Mountain West, Missouri Valley and Ohio Valley conference tournaments began earlier this week, and we wondered aloud: Where does the value lie in NCAABB conference tournament betting? To unearth…

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Just this week we’ve seen Penn State grab their first conference win with a victory over #4 Michigan, top-ranked Indiana fall to an un-ranked Minnesota squad and #8 Florida lose to another un-ranked team in Tennessee. In fact, it seems like a weekly occurrence that a top-10 team loses on the road to supposedly mediocre competition. The…

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