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College Football Betting: Pac-12 Preview And Predictions

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Oregon: The Ducks start out with a very weak schedule this season. This is good news for their new quarterback, Marcus Mariota. Mariota, the redshirt freshman, looked very comfortable in week 1 as he led the Ducks to a 50-3 lead before he was sat for the rest of the game. By the looks of his performance, this will still be the high powered offense it has been the past few years under Head Coach Chip Kelly. I don’t see that changing much. Kenjon Barner and De’Anthony Thomas will be able to carry the load offensively.

This year, Washington and Stanford could be tough games, but they will both be held at Autzen Stadium so I’m not seeing an upset there. The only thing that has changed is that USC is now bowl eligible. USC will be coming out firing on all cylinders this season. As for the November 3 match-up between the two, this will be Oregon’s only loss – barring any key injuries to either team. USC played extremely well against the Ducks last season, beating them in a thriller at Autzen. I expect this year’s game to be very similar, so similar that USC will once again be the victor. I am taking an 11-1 record for Oregon.

Returning Starters: Offense – 5, Defense – 7

Oregon State: The Beavers missed out their tune up game against Nicholls State. They now face #13 Wisconsin. The good thing about this unfortunate occasion is that Wisconsin won’t have game film to go off of and Oregon State does. If the Beavers are going to have any chance of competing against the Badgers, then they must stop Montee Ball – who is my pick to win the Heisman Trophy.

The Beavers will have a mediocre season at best. With a few easier games at home I am giving them a 5-7 record.

Returning Starters: Offense – 8, Defense – 8

California: By the looks of week 1, the Golden Bears can’t stop the run. They will get eaten up by the mobile quarterbacks of the college game. They will have a similar season to last year’s in which they lost to the tougher teams and won and against the lower half teams. A middle of the pack team, they go 6-6.

Returning Starters: Offense – 6, Defense – 6

Stanford: The Cardinal were a very tough team a year ago. No Andrew Luck this season, obviously. So that will cost them a few losses. I almost went 8-4 here, but I’m going 7-5. I just don’t see them being the third best team in this conference. I mean, they could barely beat San Jose State in week 1. They didn’t lose a huge number of starters, but they lost the only one holding them together.

Returning Starters: Offense – 6, Defense – 7

Washington: The Huskies have a tough game in week 2 against the LSU Tigers, which they prepared for with a live tiger at their practices! I don’t think that really helps them, though. The tiger was said to be locked up in a cage by the way.

Washington will be a top team in this league, but they are definitely a notch below USC and Oregon who trump the Pac-12. After playing LSU, then playing Oregon and USC in back-to-back games, the rest of their schedule should be a breeze. I am taking 9-3 with a possible 8-4. The game against Utah should be a good one.

Returning Starters: Offense – 6, Defense – 7

Washington State: The Cougars are one of the weaker teams in this conference. I don’t see much going for them this year. No improvement from last year’s 4-8 record.

Returning Starters: Offense – 6, Defense – 7

Arizona: The Wildcats could be a team amongst the 2nd tier of Pac-12 teams along with Washington and Utah. I’m still uncertain at this point. The game against the Oklahoma State Cowboys still might not clear that up for me. OK St. looks real good. It might take Pac-12 games to convince me to where they are as a team. I am playing it safe with a 6-6 record.

Returning Starters: Offense – 6, Defense – 7

Arizona State: The Sun Devils started off hot last season, only to disappoint in the second half. They could surprise some people this year. For now, I’m putting them in a 3rd tier for this conference, which includes teams that could be surprising, could completely suck, or stay in the middle of the pack. This list is Arizona, Arizona State, and UCLA. I will again play it safe with a 6-6 record.

Returning Starters: Offense – 4, Defense – 4

Colorado: The Buffaloes are the worst team in the Pac-12. They have a whole bunch of new starters on offense, which is probably a good thing as they were 82nd in total offensive yards a year ago. Colorado lost to Colorado State in week 1 – a team that was 3-9 last season. The two squared off last season as well and the Buffaloes came out with the win. This was one of three wins last season. I am seeing the same result, minus one with this year’s loss: 2-10.

Returning starters: Offense – 3, Defense – 6

UCLA: Then there are the Bruins. They do have a solid number of returning starters and were second in the south region a season ago. There will be some improvement from the other teams in the south who are not Colorado, so it should be a little tougher for them. The Bruins run game looked good as they rolled over Rice in week 1. Still, the region should consist of some good games that could go either way. I am going with a 5-7 record.

Returning Starters: Offense – 7, Defense – 8

USC: The Trojans are returning the most starters this year, including Heisman hopeful Matt Barkley. They were ranked as the number 1 team before getting passed up by the Alabama Crimson Tide after week 1. Alabama played a much better opponent and won in a stylish fashion. USC has two games that might be tough, for them. Those games are Notre Dame and as I mentioned earlier, Oregon.

You already know my prediction for the Oregon game, so let’s talk a little about the last game of the regular season. In a match-up last season, Barkley was solid, throwing for 224 yards and 3 touchdowns. Notre Dame has some new starters in place at key offensive positions, which could make for a totally different game then the 31-17 loss for the Fighting Irish. Notre Dame was able to run the ball very efficiently in week 1. If they can run the ball against USC and control the clock, this may be a BSC game buster. However, I see Barkley having another solid performance in this one and the Trojans finishing with a 12-0 record – followed by a BSC birth. (The BCS playoff won’t start until 2014)

Returning starters: Offense – 9, Defense – 8

Utah: The Utes look like they might be strong team this season. Yes, in week 1 they played Northern Colorado, but anytime you shut someone out you must give credit to team’s defense. It also helps that they do not have a scheduled game against Oregon. The Utes are only returning one less starter than the Trojans. Last year’s match-up between the two was a decent game. This year USC has something to play for so it could very well turn into a blowout.  They will have a good year and go 8-4.

Returning starters: Offense – 9, Defense – 7

*All records are based on scheduled games as of 9/6/2012. No conference title games or bowl games included.

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NFL Picks Week 1 Giants-Cowboys 2012 Predictions

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Pittsburgh Steelers NFL Updates

A few days ago we had a post in the forums about the jersey numbers that the Steelers 2012 rookies and free agents will wear during the offseason and possibly into the 2012 season too. These are always subject to change as players get cut, and someone else tries to get their preferred number, the young guys try to get their favorite number away from a veteran before the season starts, etc.  Plus with rosters up to 90 players now there’s only so many numbers to go around per position in the offseason.

A few changes that I took notice of rather quickly:

-4th round draft pick Alameda Ta’amu will wear #95. Personally I’ve always been partial to 95 as a linebackers number. Some numbers just fit for a certain position. That’s the Greg Lloyd homer in me though I guess.

-Baron Batch will wear #20 this year, formally Bryant McFadden’s number who was released earlier this offseason.

-3rd round draft pick Sean Spence will wear the James Farrior #51 jersey.

-Corbin Bryant is wearing #91, Aaron Smith’s old number.

-Chris Rainey, 5th round draft pick will wear 22, Will Gay’s old number.

This list comes from Ed Bouchette via his blog, which is a great resource and only costs very little per month compared to the insight he gives. Check out the full post with the full listing of number changes.

2- Grant Ressel
3- D: Drew Butler
3- O: Marquis Maze
5- Connor Dixon
8- Jerrod Johnson
10- Troy Smith
11- Toney Clemons
14- Jimmy Young
15- Derrick Williams
18- David Gilreath
19- Tyler Beiler
20- Baron Batch
22- Chris Rainey
30- D: Robert Golden
35- Terry Carter
37- Terrence Frederick
39- Walter McFadden
40- Marshall McFadden
41- Antonio Smith
44- Brandon Hicks
45- Leonard Pope
46- O: Will Johnson
46- D: Adrian Robinson
47- Myron Rolle
48- David Paulson
49- Brandon Lindsey
51- Sean Spence
61- David DeCastro
66- D: Mike Blanc
66- O: Desmond Stapleton
67- D: Kade Weston
68- O: Kelvin Beachum
68- D: Jake Stoller
69- D: Ikponmwosa Igbinosun
69- O: Ryan Lee
76- Mike Adams
80- Jamie McCoy

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Porter Stansberry NewAmerica, Stansberry’s Investment Advisory

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2012 Oscars Predictions: Academy Award Odds The Artist, Michel Hazanavicius, Jean Dujardin

OffshoreInsiders.com, the top betting odds and picks site in the world reports that The Artist, Michel Hazanavicius, Jean Dujardin are topping list of the Academy Awards favorites as set by the Vegas odds. Generally the Oscar odds have proven to be the best Academy Award predictions and will likely be for 2012.

Sun, Feb 26, 2012 EST

Rot Best Picture Moneyline
3001 Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close +5000
3002 Hugo +1800
3003 Midnight in Paris +6000
3004 Moneyball +7000
3005 The Artist -1200
3006 The Descendants +800
3007 The Help +1800
3008 The Tree of Life +6000
3009 War Horse +4000
Any Wagers after event becomes public knowledge will be No Action.
Rot Best Director Moneyline
3010 Alexander Payne (The Descendants) +1800
3011 Martin Scorsese (Hugo) +300
3012 Michel Hazanavicius (The Artist) -900
3013 Terrence Malick (The Tree Of Life) +3000
3014 Woody Allen (Midnight In Paris) +3000
Any Wagers after event becomes public knowledge will be No Action.
Rot Best Actor – Leading Role Moneyline
3015 Brad Pitt (Moneyball) +1600
3016 Demian Bichir (A Better Life) +5000
3017 Gary Oldman (Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy) +2500
3018 George Clooney (The Descendants) +100
3019 Jean Dujardin (The Artist) -200
Any Wagers after event becomes public knowledge will be No Action.
Rot Best Actress – Leading Role Moneyline
3020 Glenn Close (Albert Nobbs) +4000
3021 Meryl Streep (The Iron Lady) -105
3022 Michelle Williams (My Week With Marilyn) +1400
3023 Rooney Mara (The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo) +3500
3024 Viola Davis (The Help) -145
Any Wagers after event becomes public knowledge will be No Action.
Rot Best Supporting Actor Moneyline
3025 Christopher Plummer (Beginners) -5000
3026 Jonah Hill (Moneyball) +4000
3027 Kenneth Branagh (My Week With Marilyn) +1200
3028 Max Von Sydow (Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close +2000
3029 Nick Nolte (Warrior) +3300
Any Wagers after event becomes public knowledge will be No Action.
Rot Best Supporting Actress Moneyline
3030 Berenice Bejo (The Artist) +800
3031 Janet McTeer (Albert Nobbs) +3000
3032 Jessica Chastain (The Help) +2000
3033 Melissa McCarthy (Bridesmaids) +3000
3034 Octavia Spencer (The Help) -3000

Baltimore Ravens at New England Patriots Line AFC Championship 2012

The Baltimore Ravens and New England Patriots sports betting NFL line is set.

NFL PLAYOFFS Sun, Jan 22nd
# Team PS/RL Total ML
01:00 PM
301 RAVENS (BAL) +9 -135 50 ov -110
302 PATRIOTS (NE) -9 +115 50 un -110

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Radio Touts: Eddie Roman, Paul Nolan, Bobby Esposito, Fat Jack’s

Bobby Esposito is no Chuck Esposito. We heard several Stu Feiner discards on this Sports Investors Weekly radio show: Paul Nolan, Eddie Roman on VegasEdge and MVPWinners only to be followed by Fat Jack’s informercial pitch.

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Brandon Lang, Al DeMarco Feud

Yes, the Brandon Lang-Al DeMarco feud made for some good fodder. Unfortunately Mr. Two For the Money undermined his own valid points about the envy directed at him with his vile personal attacks.

First that Steve Buden network of sites lost their best handicapper Matt Rivers. Now their marquee tout Brandon Lang has jumped ship. For sports betting videos that are informative, though not as comical, the YouTube Gambler’s Channel has it.