Does analyzing “elite” vs “lesser” College Conferences bring an edge to covering Point Spreads?

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First, the elite conferences suffer the same “favorites bias” as each premier individual team.  Selecting the elite conference (SEC, Big 10, Big 12, PAC 12) playing a bad non-conference team is one of the reasons an average player continues to lose.  It is obvious, the premier team is going to win the game, but the real question is by how much?  Of the 48 teams in these 4 elite conferences, 34 (70%)of these teams playRead More

1 Solid Overlooked Tip to Cover the Pointspread in College Football

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No accident there were some great performances by 2nd and 3rd year college football coaches, and they were easy to predict.  Remember, the pro’s in Las Vegas who set the point spreads analyze all the data, but selecting good coaches in a certain annual situations is something that is overlooked.  Here are a couple of great examples. Bill Snyder – Kansas State   When you have the won/loss record compiled by Bill Snyder, prior to his return, youRead More

One Fact “not” to consider when wagering college football.

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You should be developing your college football wagering strategy right now.  But forget first year coaches, the percentages reflect unpredictable results.  There will be 28 new coaches coming aboard, after 24 were new on the job for the 2010 season.  Out of 124 total D 1 teams you have a 42% 2 year turnover rate.  It makes no difference, the win loss percentage against the spread is average and unpredictable.    The pro’s in Las VegasRead More