TRUE POWER: How good Vegas thinks a team really is.
HOME-FIELD ADVANTAGE: The value of each team’s home field.
BETTOR BIAS: How many points the public overvalues (positive numbers) or undervalues (negative numbers) a team.
POINT-SPREAD POWER: The combination of True Power and Bettor Bias.
To calculate the projected winner of any matchup:
Take True Power (home team), ADD Home-Field Advantage and SUBTRACT True Power (away team).To calculate the projected point spread of any matchup:
Replace the True Power with Point-Spread Power, which includes Bettor Bias, the same way the actual Vegas line does.
CFB Vegas Rankings – Week 11
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Would Miami be a good play since they are at 75 and Virginia at 69? Mia gets 6 pt advantage and the spread is at Mia +2 or +1 right now. Tricky tricky! I seen K St with a huge pt differential vs TTU being only favored by 7.5 and on the point stats by like 13-14 point advantage and it was a blow out. Don't wanna miss Miami if this seems to follow the trend.
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Its a trap bet line has moved from Mia -2.5 to UVA -1.5 sharps are betting heavy on UVA
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