Friday, November 30, 2007

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Thursday, November 29, 2007

College Football Betting Previews

The handicapping experts at take a peek at key college football betting games for Saturday.

Virginia Tech-Boston College

Talk about revenge, Boston College scored two touchdowns in the final three minutes to defeat VA Tech when these teams met earlier this season. Tech has won four straight since then and their two-headed quarterback combo is healthy.

BC is just 2-2 straight up since an 8-0 start. Tech is second in the nation in scoring defense allowing just 15.4 points per game. Their star linebacker Vince Hall missed the initial meeting but is back for this one having compiled 20 tackles in two games since coming back. The Eagles have won 3-of-4 in the series, but the Hokies are 8-3 the last 11.


Motivation: USC is playing for their sixth straight conference championship and UCLA may be playing for the job of their embattled head coach Karl Dorrell. Also, revenge is on the mind of the Trojans. They are 26-1 straight up in November and December under head coach Pete Carroll but their only loss was last year to the Bruins.

USC is sixth in the NCAA in scoring defense, allowing 16.7 points per game. UCLA is second to last in the conference in scoring offense at 24.4 points per game.

Oregon-Oregon State

Minus former Heisman Trophy frontrunner Dennis Dixon, Oregon has gone from the number two team in the nation to trying to snap a two-game losing streak. Oregon lost four straight to end last year and they are minus five starters since the year started. Now they have a redshirt freshman Cody Kempt making his first career start at quarterback. He replaces Brady Leaf who suffers from an ankle injury and ineptitude.

The home team has won 10 straight in the Civil War series. The Beavers are heading in the opposite direction of the Ducks. Since a 2-3 straight up start, they've won 5-of-6. They are well rested, not having played since Nov. 17.

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Packers-Cowboys Preview For Gamblers


The Green Bay Packers and the Dallas Cowboys join Louisville and Rutgers to form a great night of betting for couch potatoes. That is as long as you have the NFL Network.

As far as the Cheeseheads and Pokes, here is a preview from handicapping experts. Each team is 10-1 straight up. The Pack is 9-1-1 against the spread while Dallas is 8-3. Both teams have been over teams, the Pokes exceeding the over/under 8-of-11, Green Bay 7-of-11.

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Dallas is 8-0 at home straight up to Brett Favre including the postseason. Green Bay is a spectacular 14-1 their last 15 straight up going back to last year. They've scored at least 30 points in four straight games.

Totals bettors will take note that this is a clash of the two highest scoring teams in the NFC, Dallas at 32.5 points per game and Green Bay at 26.9.

Some spread betting angles from the betting experts at include Green Bay is 6-0 as road underdogs. They've covered eight straight road contests overall. Dallas is 7-1 their last eight to the NFC.

The home team has covered the last six on the series. Green Bay has gone over 7-1 off a spread win.

Both teams have passing games that match up well against their opponents secondary. Packers cornerback Charles Woodson has been very limited in practice. He is considered a game time decision with a toe injury. The Cowboys are expected to get back Patrick Crayton at wide receiver. Crayton is their No. 2 wideout behind Terrell Owens.

Thursday Night NFL Game of the Year

Thursday, November 29, 2007


The endless winning just rolls along. We are 15-6 with all Game of the Year plays including the NFL Game of the Year when underdog Arizona beat Detroit by double digits and last week the CFB Game of the Year USC pounding Arizona State into oblivion (or as Mike Tyson would say Bolivian). Now it's the Thursday Night Game of the Year Green Bay-Dallas plus the college football total. Basketball is coming too inclusive.

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LOUISVILLE -2.5 Rutgers

The Cardinals are certainly a better team than they've shown this year. Rutgers has played only three of their 11 games on the road, yet they have four losses. Rutgers is already headed to the International Bowl, so there is little motivation for them.

Louisville gets to play spoiler and it's the proverbial "this is their bowl game". It's revenge for the Cards as Rutgers knocked them off their perch last year (a huge Game of the Year winner for GodsTips).

Just ask Louisville's Harry Douglas, who remembers all too well that Rutgers knocked the Cardinals from the national championship hunt with its 28-25 win. "I've definitely had this game circled all year," the Big East's leading receiver offered. "That game broke my heart last year. So I've been waiting for this one." Indeed, seeing that Rutgers logo, Rutgers receiver Kenny Britt acknowledged, "is definitely their motivation."

This is the perfect game for the Cardinals to rally around and we think they will.

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

OffshoreInsiders Looks At Key Stats For Conference Championship Games

From the standpoint of the sports better, the staff of breaks down some key statistical comparisons for the conference championship games.


Central Michigan-Miami Ohio

The Chippewas have the upper hand in most offensive categories, but the RedHawks have the statistical advantage defensively.

CMU amasses 78.9 more total yards per game on .7 more yards per play. One of the more prominent areas is in rushing yards per attempt where Central has the edge by 1.1. Miami Ohio though relies much more on the big play. Despite completing 11.2 percent less of their passes, the RedHawks get 1.7 more passing yards per reception.

On defense, it’s Miami with a superiority of 94.3 fewer yards allowed per game on .8 less yards per play. They also allow a completion percentage of 7.2 less.

Conference USA

Tulsa-Central Florida

It’s yet another contest where one team has a fairly significant edge on offense, while the other gets the numbers their way on defense. Offensively, Tulsa has a yards per game pre-eminence if 124.9 total yards per game. But it’s because of 181.4 yards per game passing difference as UCF rushes for 56.5 more yards per game. The Golden Hurricanes do average 1.2 more yards per play, a telling statistic say most top gamblers.

However, likewise UCF accrues .5 more yards per rush, but Tulsa 2.3 more yards per pass and 3.6 more yards per catch.

The Golden Knights allow 102.1 fewer yards on .9 less yards per play allowed. Perhaps the biggest numerical disparity is in turnover ratio. Tulsa is -7, but UCF +5, a net advantage of 12 for Central. 


Virginia Tech-Boston College

Although BC has an edge of 105.5 more total yards per game, Tech rushes for 27.8 extra yards. The Eagles get 7.6 more first downs per game. In the ever important yards per play category, it’s Boston College getting .7 more. Tech though has a pretty significant numerical dominance of 1.1 more yards per catch.

On defense, the check marks favor V Tech by 48.7 total yards per game and .4 yards per play. BC though allows 20.6 fewer rushing yards on a few half-yard less per attempt. The Hokies have a huge turnover margin upper hand by 10.



Numerically, the Tigers are better on both sides of the ball. LSU gets 44.8 more yards per game, though the Vols accumulate 27.8 more passing yards. The biggest discrepancy is in passing yards per reception where LSU gets 2.0 more. With Tennessee completing 7.3 higher percent of the passes, the overall offensive upper hand for LSU is fairly nominal.

Defensively LSU permits 121.8 fewer yards on 1.2 less yards per play. Tennessee is less vulnerable to the big play, allowing 1.3 fewer passing yards per attempt. LSU has a turnover ratio better by 12.

Big 12


These two teams are fairly close on paper. In fact, while Mizzou gets 49.8 more yards per game, Oklahoma accumulates .3 more yards per play. Oklahoma has the edge in both rushing yards per attempt and passing yards per attempt by .2 and 1.4 respectively and they also get 2.4 more passing yards per reception.

Also the Sooners have slight edges in most defensive categories including yards per game of 56.2 and .4 fewer yards per play allowed. Yet the Tigers allow .1 less passing yards per attempt and .4 less passing yards per reception.

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Sunday, November 25, 2007

Eagles-Patriots Preview

The Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots play on Sunday Night football. The top of the true Vegas handicapping experts is Mike Godsey of He always preaches how key of a handicapping statistic net yardage is when picking NFL or college football pointspread winners.

Godsey says that the stats say the Philadelphia is better than their record as they've won the net yardage battle in 7-of-10, though one game was by just three yards. The Eagles are 5-0 both straight up and against the spread. New England is a shocking 10-1 straight up and 9-1 according to the Las Vegas sportsbooks.

The NFL injury report for bettors tells us Eagles signal caller Donovan McNabb it out. A.J. Feeley gets the start.

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In comparing the home and away stats, Philadelphia averages 17.6 points per game on the road, compared to the Patriots with 40.5 at home. The yardage comparisons for home/away has New England with a 447.5 to 379 yards per game edge.

Defensively, the Pats allow just 11.2 points per game at home on 242.8 total yards. This compares to Philadelphia allowing 25 points per game on the highway on 361 total yards.

Some Las Vegas betting trends say that the Eagles have covered five straight as road underdogs and they are 22-10 in the month of November against the spread. New England is a mind-boggling 43-18 after getting more than 350 total yards last game. New England has gone over the total in seven straight home games.

An alternative betting preview on this game is available here.

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Sunday, November 25, 2007


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PHILADELPHIA +24 New England

With all the publicity about the pointspread—everyone knows it's the second largest line in NFL history, never will a team be more motivated to cover.

The simple fact is Philadelphia has been better the last two years without Donovan McNabb at quarterback. It's not so much that he's an inferior quarterback, though clearly two serious injuries and father time have caught up to him. But head coach Andy Reid calls a much more sensible gameplan when he has a backup quarterback.

The fact is the star of the Eagles is Brian Westbrook and he's pretty much healthy.

But here is another key. Eagles' defensive coordinator Jimmy Johnson is the most aggressive play caller in NFL history. He comes after the quarterback hard. If ever Bill Belichick will want to think long and hard about throwing the ball with a two touchdown lead in the fourth quarter, it's against a Jimmy Johnson defense.

Philadelphia has a long history under head coach Andy Reid of playing their best when you least expect it.  I think a 24 point spread would qualify as "least expect it".

Combine the better play calling with the fact the league's most underrated player Westbrook is healthy, the no-respect and the danger of exposing Brady with a huge lead to this defense says take the points.


Big NFL Injury Information For Sunday

The top handicapping experts of give you NFL injuries for fantasy football players and sports bettors.


Tennessee starting defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth is a game time decision.


Chiefs running back Larry Johnson is out. Of course his back-up Priest Holmes retired.


The Seahawks wide receiver D.J. Hackett is very probable. Running back Shaun Alexander is out again. Quarterback Matt Hasselbeck missed practice early in the week, but will likely play with bruised ribs.


Will superstar Adrian Peterson make his return for Minnesota? Not likely tells Cy McCormick of the online betting syndicate Peterson is very doubtful.

Reports say the Giants wide receiver Plaxico Burress' ankle has gotten worse and will be limited. The huge story is long-time scorephone sports handicapping expert Sean Michaels is the No. 1 football handicapper this year. The NFL Game of the Year goes from him on the Vikings-Giants game. He's selling it for $50, but the MasterLockLine has it for just $16 part of a package of top sports service plays. Click now to purchase


Buffalo star running back Marshawn Lynch is out.


The Saints running back Reggie Bush most likely gets the start but a final decision will be made during warm-ups. Panthers quarterback Vinny Testaverde was added to the injury list after his back tightened up. His status will also be determined after warm-ups. Stiff David Carr is available.


The Ravens are without starting quarterback Steve McNair and tight end Todd Heap. Cornerback Chris McAlister is a game time decision.


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Denver has some serious issues at running back. Running back Travis Henry is out and Selvin Young is a game time decision.


Eagles signal caller Donovan McNabb it out. A.J. Feeley gets the start. The top sports service on the planet, GodsTips has a rare total on this game. They are also the hottest sports service going a shocking 50-24 with Wise Guy plays, many were moneyline dogs. Click now to purchase


Wide receiver James Thrash it out for the Skins.

Saturday, November 24, 2007

Sports Betting Info

The best sports handicappers and betting sports services take a look at key information on today's college football betting card. The top sports service plays on many of these games are on   

Texas-Texas A&M

Texas is 13-3 following the bye week under Mack Brown, but two of the losses were to the Aggies. The Longhorns are 6-1 overall in the series straight up and 3-0 at College Station.

Texas is expected to get back several players from injuries on the defensive side of the ball: Eddie Jones, Jared Norton and Drew Kelson. The Aggies defensive back Alton Brown is suspended for the first half.


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This game is being played at Arrowhead Stadium. About 50,000 of the 80,000 fans are expected to be Jayhawks supporters. Missouri's only loss was to Oklahoma and since then the Tigers have won five straight.

Mizzou is vulnerable on defense and Kansas has a nice 1-2 punch of Brandon McAnderson and Jake Sharp. On the other hand, the Jayhawks have been rock chalk allowing a 100-yard rushing game just once.

A big key is for the first time all year, Kansas is facing injury issues. Offensive tackle Anthony Collins is expected to return to the line-up, but he is playing on a tender ankle.

Georgia-Georgia Tech

The Bulldogs have won six straight in the series. Tech is averaging three turnovers per game this month. The Dawgs have emerged in no small part because of the play of running back Knowshon Moreno. The freshman has exploded for five straight 100-yard rushing games, all wins by Georgia.

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Virginia Tech-Virginia

Tech has won 10-of-14 in the series including the last three. The Hokies are 14-1 on the road straight up since joining the ACC. However, the Cavaliers are the only conference team undefeated at home and they are off a bye week. Under Al Groh, they are an impressive 9-2 straight up following a bye week.

Scouting reports say that Virginia will keep their offensive game plan very conservative, so totals bettors will more than want to make note.


Oregon of course is without quarterback Dennis Dixon, who many thought was the leading Heisman Trophy contender when lost for the year. Intangibles bettors will want to note that UCLA is possibly playing for the job of embattled head coach Karl Dorrell.

UCLA is also going with a backup quarterback because of injury Osar Rasshan did play well in practice during the bye week. Oregon's top running back Jonathan Stewart is banged up but will play.

The Ducks new starting quarterback Brady Leaf is slowed by a bum ankle. Note if he goes down, second half or quarter bettors can exploit that Oregon would be forced to use their No. 4 signal caller and their third stringer is also out.

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Saturday, November 24, 2007


We have at least 17 winners in football and basketball! USC already in as our CFB Game of the Year joining our NFL Game of the Year dog double digit winner on Arizona over Detroit. We are 42-19 with all Wise Guy plays including a stunning 29-8 with college basketball Wise Guy picks.

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KENT +1 Buffalo

Yes Kent will be using their fourth starting quarterback because of injury. What many don't realize is he's the second stringer, an upgrade from the stiffs Kent has had during the recent struggles.

After opening the year No. 2 on the depth chart behind starter Julian Edelman, Anthony Magazu suffered a high ankle sprain in an Oct. 13 loss at Ohio State that kept him from taking over at quarterback when Edelman broke his arm against Bowling Green one week later.

With Edelman and Magazu both sidelined, Kent State head coach Doug Martin chose to take the redshirt off true freshman quarterback Giorgio Morgan, who lasted one week before being lost for the year with a knee injury against Northern Illinois.

Sophomore Jon Brown started the Flashes' 24-14 loss at Temple last week, but was largely ineffective.

Magazu finally gets his shot to spark the Flashes offense. Finally Kent has a balanced offense as running back Eugene Jarvis is sixth in the nation with 135.1 yards per game, while his 1,486 yards are a KSU season record. He leads the Flashes and is fifth in the MAC with 12 TDs.


Friday, November 23, 2007

CFB GOY Wins Easy on USC; At Least 7 Wise Guy Plays Friday

Friday, November 23, 2007


Just like the NFL Game of the Year when underdog Arizona beat Detroit by double digits, our college version was also a piece of cake. USC wins by 20 over Arizona State as a three-point favorite. That's now 15-6 with all football Game of the Year plays. We go to 28-6 this year with college basketball Wise Guy plays thanks to Western Kentucky. Then NHL Calgary under leads us to 39-15 with all Wise Guy plays with many moneyline underdogs along the way.

We have early college football starting out with the Central Michigan-Akron total and the Nebraska-Colorado side. We then have a Wise Guy for 2:30 EST. We have three more CBB Wise Guy plays, two CBB Majors, three NBA Majors, and three NHL Wise Guy plays. You get all of today's Joe Duffy's GodsTips  $17 at  


MIAMI +3 Houston

The Rick Adelman honeymoon is over. But it's no surprise that Houston, totally adjusting to a different system, is struggling early. They've lost five straight. During the losing streak, opponents have made 49.3 percent of their shots, which over the course of the season would make the Rockets the worst defenders in the NBA.

In the first seven games, when the Rockets went 6-1, they allowed just 42.5 percent shooting.

Also, as expected, Miami has struggled with Dwayne Wade back in the lineup because of chemistry issues, but they have talent and home court.


Thursday, November 22, 2007

Key Betting Information For Friday

Here are some key news and notes of interest to sports betting enthusiasts for Friday's games courtesy of

Central Michigan-Akron

Though 6-5 overall, Central Michigan is 5-1 in the conference. But their motivation is limited as they have clinched a spot in the conference championship game. CMU is first, Akron is ninth in the conference in scoring,


The Tigers defensive tackle Glenn Dorsey will play but he is battling knee and back injuries that kept him out of much of the second half against Ole Miss. Arkansas depends on the run and he is a great run stopper.

Speaking of the running game of Arkansas, they get back tailback Felix Jones who missed most of the last two games with a bruised thigh.

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Those who bet totals will note that Hawaii leads the nation in scoring at 48 points per game while Boise is third at 44.2. Somebody informed the sportsbooks as the total is 74. Boise has won 17 straight WAC games and 46-of-47. Overall, they have a nation's best 23-1 record the last two years.

Hawaii has won 14 straight in the WAC. Their last loss: Boise. They have won 20-of-21 overall. Boise State's second leading rusher Jeremy Avery is expected to be close to 100 percent after returning for one play last week. That's good news because their third leading rusher D.J. Harper is out.

Once a Heisman candidate, Hawaii QB Colt Brennan will play after being limited to a pair of plays last week to Nevada because of a concussion.

Mississippi-Mississippi State

Miss State is bowl eligible, while Ole Miss has yet to win a conference game in seven tries. However the Rebels have a chance to play spoiler against their hated rivals who are not guaranteed a bowl spot by any means if they lose this game.


So called "intangibles" handicappers will consider that this is likely the final game for Cornhusker's head coach Bill Callahan. Nebraska snapped a five-game losing streak last week by slapping Kansas State 73-31. However, they have allowed at least 40 points five times this year.

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Betting Notes For Thanksgiving

Here is a look at injuries for fantasy football players and sports bettors as well as our super popular news and notes.


Detroit running back Ryan Grant will play but probably will be less than 100 percent. They are without key defensive tackle Johnny Jolly.

Detroit holds a 11-5-1 straight up record against Green Bay on Thanksgiving Day. However, Green Bay is 5-1 overall in the series since 2004. The Packers signal caller Brett Favre is on fire, having gotten seven straight games with a quarterback rating of 100 or better.

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The Jets will likely have to do without starting wide receiver Laveranues Coles. Dallas is of course without starting wide receiver Terry Glenn, but he's been out all year.

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Indianapolis is in a funk, narrowly escaping their third straight loss with a 13-10 victory over Kansas City last week. Atlanta has won 2-of-3 straight up but the loss was when Tampa annihilated them last week. The Colts are 12-1 straight up all time in the series.

The Colts struggles can be traced to the offense. After getting 32 points per game in their first seven games, they've averaged 18 points per game the last three. The lesser of two evils, Joey Harrington gets the start at QB for the Falcons.

Marvin Harrison sits again for the Horse Shoes. However, left tackle Tony Ugoh is probable. Atlanta is without starting wide receiver Joe Horn.

Thursday GodsTips: CFB Game of the Year

Thursday, November 22, 2007


We added three NFL to our CFB Game of the Year on USC-Arizona State. We have the Green Bay-Detroit side and total plus the Indianapolis-Atlanta side. We have hit everything in site. We are 14-6 (70 percent with all Games of the Year) in football. The NFL Game of the Year was when Arizona blasted Detroit. We also hit the NFC and AFC versions, the latest was the AFC Game of the Year Jacksonville humiliating San Diego. You get all of today's Joe Duffy's GodsTips  $17 at  


DALLAS -14 NY Jets

A bad Jets team has to travel in the short week and take on a Dallas team that played a home game on Sunday. The Jets have yet to win a game on the road and they take on a Dallas team with three double digit wins in their last four.

The Jets will put rookie CB Darrelle Revis on Terrell Owens. We call that a mismatch. Owens, off a four-touchdown game thrives in the spotlight and against a rookie will do so more so. 

The Jets meanwhile will be without Laveranues Coles. With an unproven quarterback Kellen Clemens having to adjust, we think Dallas will have a Thanksgiving feast on the J-Men.


Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Jets and Cowboys Betting Preview

As the sports betting world is fully focused on GodsTips College Football Game of the Year on USC-Arizona State (Click now to purchase), we will help sports bettors beat the betting odds on the New York Jets-Dallas Cowboys.

The Cowboys are humungous favorites, but do the key numbers justify the large pointspread? On offense, Dallas gets 102.1 more yards per game. The biggest edge in on yards per play where Dallas gets 6.6, which is 1.7 more than the Jets offense gets.

The teams are close in rushing yards per game where the Pokes have only a 17.3 edge, but in pass yards it’s 84.8. In fact, Dallas has a commanding edge in passing yards per attempt by 2.58 more yards.

Dallas also allows 57.5 less total yards. However, the J-Men do allow 6.4 less passing yards per game. The Cowboys defense allows .8 less yards per play.  The Cowboys defense has a monster upper hand of 1.81 on passing yards per play against. They also allow foes to complete 5.4 percent of the passes than NY. Dallas has a turnover ratio of nine superior.

As far as Vegas betting trends, Dallas has gone over 10-1 at home off four or more consecutive wins. The Jets have turned it around spreadwise, covering two in a row after five straight setbacks to the sportsbooks.  Dallas is 7-3 in the back pocket this season. 

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USC-Arizona State is the College Football Betting Game of the Year

USC travels to Arizona State in a game that could have BCS ramifications as ASU is one of six teams with a realistic shot at the national championship.

The staff of takes a preview from a sports gambling standpoint, comparing the numbers that are of interest to football handicapping.

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The teams are very close offensively with the Trojans have an upper hand by 24.1 yards per game. However, USC gets 16.8 more rushing yards. The Trojans have a notable edge in rushing yards per attempt by 1.0, but ASU gets 2.0 more passing yards per attempt and 2.8 more passing yards per reception.

On defense, it’s the Trojans coming out on top by 56.4 yards per game and 1.0 yards per play. The only defensive category in which the Sun Devils have superiority is in passing percentage, in which they allow 2.9 percent less. ASU, though does have a turnover ratio of 10 better than USC.

Southern California is 8-2 straight up, but just 5-5 to the number. Arizona State is 9-1 straight up and 6-4 where it counts. The Trojans have won the net yardage battle in 9-of-10 games, but ASU is 8-2 as far as that category, considered the most telling by the world’s top football handicapper, Mike Godsey of GodsTips, the anchor of

In addition to this being one of the easiest bets of the year, GodsTips has more winners. We added three NFL to our CFB Game of the Year on USC-Arizona State. They have the Green Bay-Detroit side and total plus the Indianapolis-Atlanta side. They have hit everything in site. They are 14-6 (70 percent with all Games of the Year) in football. The NFL Game of the Year was when Arizona blasted Detroit. They also hit the NFC and AFC versions, the latest was the AFC Game of the Year Jacksonville humiliating San Diego.

Here’s what they’ve done in CFB: On Sept. 20, Miami Florida was the ESPN Game of the Year. Laying -2, they crushed Texas A&M 34-17. On Oct. 4, it was our Thursday Game of the Year on South Carolina -5 to Kentucky. They win by 15. October 13, it Penn State was the Big 10 Game of the Year. Laying seven, they smash Wisconsin by 31. Finally on October 20, they had to sweat one.  Oct. 20 it was Florida beating Kentucky in the SEC Game of the Year. Then on Oct. 27, Tennessee squeaks one out against South Carolina as our Saturday ESPN Game of the Year.  On Nov. 11 our C-USA West Game of the Year on Tulsa, a bloodbath wins, while Cincinnati was a gift as our Big East GOY.

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Johnathan Stone, Jeff Allen and Freeplays Calling

It looks like the "Las Vegas Handicapper" Jeff Allen and his group is going nuts with telematching.  We like to call "free pick" 800 numbers and the scoresandodds lines knowing we will get callbacks with caller ID. Jeff Allen Sports called.  Jeff Allen selling me a pick is like Rosie O'Donnell selling Michael Jordan basketball lessons.

Another of his companies, also gave me a jingle. I think I've frustrated the Jonathan Stone people to the point where they don't call me on any of my phone numbers.

The phone is ringing, I think it's Vegas legend Dr. Green or Wayne Allan Root.

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Wednesday, November 21, 2007


Frankly this happens to us very often. Several times a year, we have winning streaks that 96 percent of all gamblers will never have without us if they bet every day for 50 years. The records are so sublime, many potential clients understandably can’t comprehend them. We make no apologies for our quarter of a century of winning unmatched in gambling history. We are only for gamblers who demand they win more than they ever have before in their lives.

We go 8-1 overall in CBB yesterday to make it 34-9. We are 24-4 with Wise Guy plays this season: Indiana, St. Mary’s, Niagara, and Seton call. We are 32-12 with all Wise Guy plays, but several moneyline plays (all big dogs) are included. This week you got 140 and 160 dog winners! We start out with five CBB Wise Guy plays, four CBB Majors, an NBA Wise Guy, two NBA Majors and an NHL Wise Guy (possibly more coming)   Our CFB Game of the Year is already up for Thursday (you must have a package through at least Thursday to view it). You get all of today’s Joe Duffy’s GodsTips  $17 at  


TORONTO +3 Memphis

Our official outlaw line is a pick. The official outlaw line is what the odds would be if there was no consideration given to public perception and balancing the action.  It is the more accurate line from the standpoint of the bettor.

In the NBA, a three-point difference with a line that low is very big. The road team is 7-4 straight up in the Raptors games. Memphis is off a win, but has yet to win back to back games.


Tuesday, November 20, 2007

20-3 CBB Wise Guy Plays; Five More Tonight + So Much More

Tuesday, November 20, 2007


We have the Major play on MTSU-Troy CFB side. Our scary good domination of hoops continues with our first moneyline NBA play this year and yes it's a Dandy Dog. We have three NBA winners in all. We have five CBB Wise Guy plays and four Majors in college hoops and yes an NHL Wise Guy too.

The recent numbers, like every long term number we have, are staggering. We are 20-3 with CBB Wise Guy plays. Yes, Manmouth made it 20-of-23. We are 26-8 with all college hoop picks. We hit with Denver as our only MNF pick, fresh off our AFC Game of the Year on Jacksonville. We are 12-4 this year with NHL Wise Guy plays, no chalks and most have been huge dogs including the Islanders last night. You get all of today's Joe Duffy's GodsTips  $17 at  


ATLANTA +6.5 San Antonio

Both teams are rested. Remember one of our Golden Rules, rest benefits teams that need it most. Atlanta can now make adjustments after losing 4-of-5 straight up and against the spread. The Spurs were in a groove.  They may be tempted to rest some legs though as it's the first of three games in four nights.

Atlanta is 3-2 straight up their last five at home to the Spurs. Atlanta has preached "getting back to fundamentals" and will use their athleticism against the Spurs.

The home team is 7-2 straight up in the Hawks games and 8-2 in the Sperm Whales contests.

This season's Hawks team is the youngest in the league, with an average age of 23.65. That means they are predictably unpredictable: better at home and a team to bet with when they are struggling and bet against when they are playing well because young teams turn their play on a dime.  To gamblers, that's literally on a "dime".


Monday, November 19, 2007

Middle Tennessee State and Troy start out one of the biggest betting weeks of the year

Middle Tennessee State and Troy start out one of the biggest betting weeks of the year in college football and the NFL. The staff of takes a look at how they match up in key statistical categories.

Troy State has the edge in most offensive categories getting 97.9 more total yards per game on offense including an advantage in passing yardage by 70.7. They average .3 more yards per play.

Though Troy State gets 1.1 more rushing yards per attempt, it's actually MTSU with a 1.5 edge in passing yards per attempt and 3.2 passing yards per reception.

On defense, they are fairly evenly matched. Troy allows 22.7 less total yards, but Middle Tennessee allows 14.6 fewer rushing yards per game. MTSU has a huge plus-7 turnover margin advantage.

The nation's top football handicapper Mike Godsey of GodsTips, the anchor of preaches looking at net yardage, so we shall.

Troy's straight up record matches how they've done this year in the net yardage battle: they are 7-3. To the number, they are 7-2. Middle Tennessee is worse than their record, as they've lost the net yardage battle in 7-of-10 games. 

MTSU is 5-6 straight up and 7-3 against the spread. They are playing their best football of the year, winning 4-of-5 straight up and 6-of-7 to the number.

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Steve Budin

There is nothing more sacred between a bookmaker or sportsbook and their clients than trust. Because of the social stigma, many gamblers prefer confidentiality. This is truer in the era of Big Brother's war on gambling.

This is why it is so disappointing that Steve Budin, former bookmaker and now owner of tout companies Sports Advisors AKA TheSportsAdvisors decided to sell out. In a new book, he claims a high profile actor and athlete were clients.

Whether the accusations from the ScoresAndOdds scorephone kingpin are true is irrelevant. He sold his soul to the devil just to make a fast buck. Now anyone who has ever purchased a pick from his tout companies has to wonder, some in trepidation, if their name will be in his next book.

At we realize there is a sacred trust between our clients and us. All clients know their purchases will forever remain in confidence.

Many former bookmakers and oddsmakers have gone into the handicapping end: Russ Culver and Keith Glantz of the Glantz-Culver line, Jimmy Vaccaro, "Big Red", Frank Rosethal, and Leo Shafto are among those who've done it reputably. Danny Sheridan went from a handicapper who got mixed reviews to a well-known newspaper oddsmaker.

Gamblers should realize Steve Budin is the exception to the rule.  Most sportsbooks and handicappers would never violate your trust. has the handicappers and LineTrackers the sportsbooks that will never violate that unwritten contract of confidentiality.

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Monday, November 19, 2007


Well let's see, we are 19-3 this year with college basketball Wise Guy plays.  We are 11-2 with NHL Wise Guy plays (most underdogs!). Fresh off our AFC Game of the Year winner on Jacksonville, the fact remains no handicapper dominates any sport the way Joe Duffy's GodsTips does the NFL.

Other than that, the only other reasons why you should purchase our card is that we have a 3:30 EST CBB Wise Guy play, three NHL Wise Guy winners, and three night CBB Majors. You get all of today's Joe Duffy's GodsTips  $17 at  


ARIZONA STATE +2.5 Illinois

Illinois is a huge work in progress and is desperate for outside shooters. Coach Bruce Webber admits he is going to shuffle the line-up and try to find combinations. ASU with their Princeton style offense will frustrate a team that has not prepared for it and Illinois has not in this three-games-in-three days event where he's playing his lineups by ear.

Disciplined ASU will beat the young Illinois team with several weaknesses.


Sunday, November 18, 2007


Here is the much-anticipated NFL injury report for NFL gamblers and fantasy football players alike. They are compiled by sports betting expert Joe Duffy and the top NFL handicapper of all-time Mike Godsey, each of 

For handicapping NFL picks, check out our news and notes review on today's card.


The Chargers starting wide receiver Vincent Jackson is a game time decision. The biggest story in sports handicapping today is on this game. GodsTips is 22-7 the last 29 with Wise Guy plays in all sports. Already in with the NFC Game of the Year and NFL Game of the Year, this contest is their AFC Game of the Year. Click now to purchase


The Vikings star running back Adrian Peterson is out. Fantasy football players may want to note that sources tell us he could be out longer than the Vikings are letting on to. He may even miss the season.


Tampa running back Earnest Graham starts.


The Ravens secondary is getting healthier, but cornerback Samari Rolle is still out. Starting quarterback Steve McNair is also out so Kyle Boller gets the start. On a 13-4 NBA run and 13-5 in the NFL, Stevie Vincent, Senior Handicapper at has his highest rated Level 5 total on Baltimore-Cleveland and a Level 4 on the game side. Click now to purchase


Miami's starting middle linebacker Zach Thomas is out. Philadelphia's running back Brian Westbrook is a game time decision. The ESPN Radio fantasy show is reporting this morning that he will likely play.


The Colts are expected to be without starting left tackle Tony Ogoh and wide receiver Marvin Harrison. Aaron Moorehead will get the start at wideout. According to Cy McCormick, head of the online betting syndicate, head coach Tony Dungy is being very conservative with Harrison and saving him until he's 100 percent healthy. 

Already without their best defensive player Dwight Freeney for the year, they could be without seven starters today.  However safety Bob Sanders is expected to play despite being listed as questionable. The Chiefs are still without running back Larry Johnson.


The Panthers starting wide receiver Steven Smith is a game time decision.


The Giants wide receiver Plaxico Burress and linebacker Antonio Pierce will both start.


Texans running back Ahman Green is out. But remember their top wide receiver Andre Johnson is back.


Seattle is going to be without running back Shaun Alexander. Maurice Morris starts in his place. Seahawks wideout Deion Branch will likely play, but be less than 100 percent.


The 49ers running back Frank Gore is feeling as good as he has in weeks. Trent Dilfer gets the nod at QB in place of slumping Alex Smith. He won't have wide receiver Ashlie Lelie who is out.


Running back Marshawn Lynch is very doubtful.

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