Sports Betting Blog

To say that Geno Smith put up videogame numbers in last weekend’s game against Baylor would be an injustice. After all, how often do you pick up the sticks for a game of Madden and throw for more touchdowns than incompletions? That’s right. In Saturday’s 70-63 victory over Baylor, the West Virginia quarterback completed 45…

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Tonight the Yankees have an opportunity to win the AL East with a victory over the Red Sox — and the odds of that happening are definitely in their favor. The Red Sox have actually been worse this September (7-21 record) than they were during last season’s historic collapse, and have been trotting out a…

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Welcome to the 2012-13 edition of NCAA Football Marketwatch, where the team at Sports Insights gives sports fans unprecedented insight into the NCAA Football point-spread market. Every week we analyze the sports betting marketplace to pinpoint which games the public is chasing and which the sharps are pounding. Overall Record: 0-2 The goal of this weekly column…

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After dropping 5.4% in July, the Sports Investing Index rebounded in August, finishing the month at +10.8%. The strong August increased the Index to +56.9% in 2012 and a new all-time high. The Sports Investing Index is based on our Square Play Betting System, which focuses on maximizing contrarian value in the sports betting marketplace…

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While Tuesday morning water cooler talk will be dominated by the final play of Monday Night’s Green Bay/Seattle debacle, the bigger story is its affect on NFL betting for the entire weekend. According to an article by Darren Rovell on ESPN.com, sportsbook managers estimate that between $150 million and $250 million worth of bets shifted…

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