Weekend Sports Update

it’s time for our weekly sports roundup – of the sports betting marketplace on a busy Saturday.  With the college basketball season tipping off, keep an eye out for this year’s research article – that includes betting percentage information as well as how getting more points (point spreads!) impact winning percentages. In today’s college football…

Weekend Sports Update

We’ll take our weekly scan of the sports betting boards and see what games our team of analysts will be eyeing for potential contrarian values this weekend.  Please visit SportsInsights.com for more information — as well as our blog, twitter, and Facebook pages for timely sports betting information. In college football action: The big LSU-Alabama…

Weekend Sports Update

We’ll take our weekly look at some of the games our analysts circled for the weekend.  In particular, we’ll scan the boards and look at some college football games — as well as the World Series. In college football action, at the time of this writing: The Michigan St. – Wisconsin game is seeing the…

Weekend Sports Update

This is a great time of the year for sports fans — and sports investors.  There is a ton of sport action — including football season (both college and pro football), the NHL, the NBA (hopefully!) — and the baseball playoffs. Here’s a quick scan of the board for today’s news and action.  First, we’ll…

Weekend Sports Report

Let’s see what the sports marketplace looks like on a busy Saturday. In College Football: The NC State-Georgia Tech game is seeing the heaviest betting action.  The game is also seeing some lopsided betting activity.  Members can see if this game is a Square Play or Best Bet. Central Michigan-Northern Illinois is seeing the most…

Weekend Sports Update 9/24/11

Here’s a quick update on the happenings within the sports betting marketplace for this weekend. The Sports Investing Index remains lower this month, down a relatively steep -16.6% for the month of September.  The NFL has been a bright start, with a 5-0 record early in the year — but the Index has been dragged…