Who is the Public Betting on in the Final Four?

The Louisville Cardinals, currently listed at +1020 to win the National Championship (at Pinnacle), are the clear underdog of the Final Four. However, they have the best ATS record at 8-0 in postseason tournament play (including Big East tournament). They are following in the footsteps of last year’s champion and fellow Big East team Connecticut…

Final Four Odds and Trends since 2004

With the 2012 Final Four beginning on Saturday (3/31), we’ll take a look at the last eight years and how each Final Four match-up has shaped up.  This year only one #1-seed remains, Kentucky, and they have been the clear-cut favorite to win the tournament since the season even started.  They opened up as an…

Elite Eight Opening Line Report: Part 1

Thursday’s games are in the books and now the waiting begins for Saturday’s slate of elite eight games. While Florida, Louisville and Ohio State all won comfortably with double digit victories, top-seeded Syracuse struggled to knock off 4th seeded Wisconsin. The Badgers shot 14 of 27 from beyond the arc but were unable to attempt…

College Football Betting Trends: Western Michigan vs. Purdue and Louisville vs. NC State

The Bowl Season continues on Tuesday (12/27) with two games, with the early game matching up Purdue (6-6) and Western Michigan (7-5) in the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl.  Purdue opened at -2.5 at Cris while receiving 65% of spread bets and eventually moved to -3, according to Sports Insights’ College Football Betting Trends.  Since the line moved to Purdue -3,…

NCAA Basketball Betting Trends – Connecticut vs. Louisville

In the most heavily bet game of the day, according to Sports Insights’ total bets data, Louisville opened as a 3.5-point favorite at Pinnacle. The betting public is backing the underdog, with 61% of spread wagers taking UConn and the points. There has been minimal line movement in this game and, at the time of publication, Sports Insights’ Betting Systems…