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  • Blog Post: TiSB: NBA Fireside Chat, The Talking Heads

    Pregame podcast hosts Gill Alexander and Dan Bebe break out the microscope on public perception's impact on NBA lines, and the two discuss how NOT to handicap towards a goal! There's plenty on the docket, as the Heat finally snapped their losing streak, and baseball is just around the corner...
  • Blog Post: CBB FUTURE BET...TIME TO EARN w/ TENNESSEE !!

    Allright Gentlemen...Let me start off by saying that ALL of our Futute Bets will always come from a seperate Bankroll and have absolutely nothing to do with our "Daily Grind"...But with that said, they are a part of our Yearly Account Balance...because they are simply a way of diversifying...
  • Blog Post: NCAA ROUND UP...Sweet 16 Round Games

    By Marc Lawrence There is nothing sweeter this time of the year than being alive in the NCAA Tournament. For those teams that survived the opening two rounds of this main event it's on to the Sweet 16 and, hopefully, the Elite 8 this weekend. From the 2010 PLAYBOOK NCAA Sweet 16 Tournament...
  • Blog Post: ACC TOURNAMENT PREVIEW

    By Marc Lawrence PROJECTED FINAL FOUR: Duke, Maryland, Virginia Tech, Clemson THE WAY WE SEE IT: DUKE will be looking to advance to the title game for the 11th time in 14 years (6-3-1 ATS playing for the cheese) and defend their ACC crown (beat FSU last year). The good news for the Blue Devils...
  • Blog Post: Rounding Third and Heading Home...CBB's Last Home Games

    By Marc Lawrence In the blink of an eye the 2010 NCAA Basketball Tournament will begin its annual pulse-pounding extravaganza. In all likelihood hearts will be broken, a new champion crowned, and memories of upsets and game-winning shots will leave the court in assured dramatic fashion when the 'Big...
  • Blog Post: NCAA ROUND UP…the Final Four

    By Marc Lawrence It’s onward to Indianapolis for the Final Four games. To put the wraps on the 2010 NCAA Tournament, listed below are some interesting trends and angles to consider before our Fab Four takes a final spin in Circle City this weekend. All results listed below are ATS (Against The Spread...
  • Blog Post: NCAA ROUND UP…Opening Round Games

    By Marc Lawrence The 2010 NCAA Tournament has arrived and with it once final chance to pad our bankrolls for the season. To make that shining moment happen, let’s take a look at how teams in this event have fared most recently in the past. NCAA TOURNEY – MOST RECENT TRENDS • #1 Seeds are 76-0 SU...
  • Blog Post: SWEET 16 RETURNEES... Buyer Beware

    By Marc Lawrence With the 2011 NCAA Tournament entering the SWEET 16 round, let's take a different perspective in analyzing the teams that have arrived. It pertains specifically to teams that are returning to the SWEET 16 for the second straight year. Do they perform like a team with experience...
  • Blog Post: CBB Notes (Sweet 16 & Beyond)

    Sixteen ‘sweet’ teams remain and 15 games from now, on April 4 from Reliant Stadium in Houston, the 2011 national champions will be crowned. The selection committee ranked the entire field from 1 to 68 with the last four at-large teams selected and the four lowest-ranked automatic qualifiers playing...
  • Blog Post: Ness Notes: It's the coaches, stupid (part 1)

    Bill Clinton's 1992 presidential campaign coined the phrase, "it's the economy, stupid!" I'll play off that and look at the Sweet 16 coaching matchups in this two-part column. While the world of professional sports is dominated by its best players, the college game typically finds...
  • Blog Post: CBB Notes (Final 4 & More)

    The first of four college basketball champions was crowned on Wednesday when Santa Clara won the College Insider.com Tournament title with a 76-69 victory over Iona. These two schools had met only one pervious time, back in the Tournament of Roses at Portland, Oregon in 1960. Santa Clara won that meeting...
  • Blog Post: CBB Notes: First Look at the "Big Dance"

    The Pac 10 was founded as the Athletic Association of Western Universities or AAWU in 1959 and went by the names Big Five, Big Six, and Pacific-8, becoming the Pacific-10 in 1978. Oregon (an original member of the AAWU) won the NCAA's first-ever national championship in 1939 (beat Ohio St) and California...
  • Blog Post: Selection Sunday: Three days out

    When the 2010 NCAA tournament field is announced on Sunday it will be missing some pretty familiar names. U Conn and North Carolina both played in last year's Final 4 (Tar Heels notched the school's fifth title) but the Huskies bowed out of at-large consideration with an embarrassing 73-51 loss...
  • Blog Post: CBB Notes: No. 1 ranking good or bad?

    North Carolina began last season as the unanimous No. 1 in both preseason polls and the Tar Heels confirmed all the hype with one of the most dominating runs in NCAA tournament history. North Carolina won all six of its tournament games by double figures (average victory margin of 20.2 PPG), including...
  • Blog Post: Ness Notes: Final 4 weekend

    The eyes of the sporting world all descend on Indianapolis this weekend for college basketball's Final 4. Then again, maybe not. More than just a few pair of eyes will be paying attention to Sunday night's game at Fenway, where the Yanks and Red Sox open the 2010 MLB season with CC Sabathia squaring...
  • Blog Post: Ness Notes: Conference Tourneys Begin

    Rumor has it that Beatles were not too concerned when the 1910 Fruitgum Company released the song "One, Two Three Red Light" in the late 1960s (with good reason). However, as I sat down at my computer Monday night, that song came to mind. I guess because on Saturday both No. 1 Kansas and No...
  • Blog Post: Ness Notes: Conference Tourneys (Part 2)

    Seven of 30 conference tourneys got underway Tuesday through Thursday (Atlantic Sun, Big South, Horizon League, MVC, Northeast Conference, OVC, and the Patriot League). The only league champ 'safe' for a tourney bid out of this group regardless of the tourney results is No. 12 Butler (26-4) from...
  • Blog Post: Ness Notes: It's the coaches, stupid (part 2)

    Bill Clinton's 1992 presidential campaign coined the phrase, "it's the economy, stupid!" I'll play off that and look at the Sweet 16 coaching matchups in this two-part column. While the world of professional sports is dominated by its best players, the college game typically finds...
  • Blog Post: NCAA Tournament by the Numbers

    The NCAA selection committee announced its 65-team field late Sunday afternoon. The NIT followed (32 teams), then the CBI (in its third season) and CollegeInsider.com Tournament also filled out their brackets with 16 teams apiece. That means 129 of 347 Division I schools will be playing over the next...
  • Blog Post: Podcast: NCAA Tournament Handicapping & Free Picks (48-27) -Week of Mar 17th

    This weeks Sports Betting Preview is up and ready. Gambling Experts Marco D'Angelo,Vegas Runner, and host RJ Bell discuss the following topics direct from Las Vegas: -- Big Game Preview Old Dominion vs Notre Dame -- Big Game Preview Murray St vs Vanderbilt -- Big Game Preview Oakland...
  • Blog Post: Memphis the Rodney Dangerfield of College Basketball

    Memphis the Rodney Dangerfield of College Basketball Will someone anyone please tell me what more Memphis has to do to make people happy. This team has the nation's longest winning streak at 25 in a row . They were only a few missed foul shots away from winning the National Championship last year...
  • Blog Post: Podcast: Sports Betting Preview (03/17/09) - Listen Inside!

    This week's edition of Pregame's Sport - s Betting Preview Show is up and ready to roll. In this week's episode The Godfather Marco D'Angelo along with Vegas-Runner and Special Host RJ Bell discuss the following topics: -- Butler vs LSU -- CS Northridge vs Memphis -- Utah...
  • Blog Post: Is there a better week in all of Sports?

    Is there a better week in all of Sports? I don't know about you but to me there isn't a more exciting time than Conference Tournament Week. Throw out everything that happened during the regular season because for a period of 4 Days everyone starts with a clean slate at 0-0. Win 4 games in a row...
  • Blog Post: Podcast: Sweet 16 Preview & Free Picks (49-28) - Week of Mar 24th

    This weeks Sports Betting Preview is up and ready. Gambling Experts Marco D'Angelo,Vegas Runner, and host RJ Bell discuss the following topics direct from Las Vegas: -- Sweet 16 Preview Xavier vs Kansas St -- Sweet 16 Preview Cornell vs Kentucky -- Sweet 16 Preview Tennessee vs Ohio...
  • Blog Post: Podcast: Sports Betting Preview (03/10/09) - Listen Inside!

    This week's edition of Pregame's Sport - s Betting Preview Show is up and ready to roll. In this week's episode The Godfather Marco D'Angelo along with Vegas-Runner, Stephen Nover and Special Host RJ Bell discuss the following topics: -- Team Breakdown California Bears -- Team Breakdown...