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Early college football over/unders

Postby Aloha Nole » May 19th, 2017, 2:14 pm

Early college football over/unders

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David Purdum ESPN Staff Writer

Las Vegas sportsbook operator CG Technology released season win totals on nearly 50 college football teams on Thursday.
Here are the opening numbers (both alphabetical and by win total number):

By win total number

Alabama 10.5 -150o
Ohio State 10 -125o
Oklahoma 9.5 -145o
Florida State 9.5 -130o
Penn State 9.5 -125u
Wisconsin 9.5 -125o
USC 9.5 -135o
Washington 9.5
Clemson 9
Oklahoma State 9
Virginia Tech 9
Louisville 9 -120o
LSU 9 -120o
Michigan 9
Miami 8.5 -120u
Stanford 8.5 -130u
Auburn 8
Oregon 8
florida 8 -120u
Georgia 8
Colorado 7.5 -125u
Pittsburgh 7.5
Kansas State 7.5 -125u
NC State 7.5
Tennessee 7.5 -130u
Texas 7.5 -120u
Washington State 7.5 -125o
West Virginia 7 -120o
Texas A&M 7
TCU 7 -125o
North Carolina 7
Northwestern 7
Arkansas 7
Iowa 6.5 -120u
Georgia Tech 6.5
Michigan State 6.5 -130u
Missouri 6.5 -120o
Utah 6.5 -120o
Nebraska 6 -125o
Texas Tech 6 -120u
UCLA 6 -135o
Kentucky 6 -130o
Indiana 5.5
Arizona 5.5
Mississippi State 5.5
South Carolina 5.5 -125u
Duke 5.5

Alphabetical Alabama 10.5 -150o

Arizona 5.5
Arkansas 7
Auburn 8
Clemson 9
Colorado 7.5 -125u
Duke 5.5
florida 8 -120u
Florida State 9.5 -130o
Georgia 8
Georgia Tech 6.5
Indiana 5.5
Iowa 6.5 -120u
Kansas State 7.5 -125u
Kentucky 6 -130o
Louisville 9 -120o
LSU 9 -120o
Miami 8.5 -120u
Michigan 9
Michigan State 6.5 -130u
Mississippi State 5.5
Missouri 6.5 -120o
Nebraska 6 -125o
North Carolina 7
NC State 7.5
Northwestern 7
Ohio State 10 -125o
Oklahoma 9.5 -145o
Oklahoma State 9
Oregon 8
Penn State 9.5 -125u
Pittsburgh 7.5
South Carolina 5.5 -125u
Stanford 8.5 -130u
TCU 7 -125o
Tennessee 7.5 -130u
Texas 7.5 -120u
Texas A&M 7
Texas Tech 6 -120u
UCLA 6 -135o
USC 9.5 -135o
Utah 6.5 -120o
Virginia Tech 9
Washington 9.5
Washington State 7.5 -125o
West Virginia 7 -120o
Wisconsin 9.5 -125o

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Re: Early college football over/unders

Postby Domer » May 19th, 2017, 2:28 pm

Wow!

:o

They must have Notre Dame at less than 5.5. I'll take the over.

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Re: Early college football over/unders

Postby Dubby » May 19th, 2017, 7:58 pm

Domer wrote:Wow!

:o

They must have Notre Dame at less than 5.5. I'll take the over.

:?


Sports Talk radio here in the South saying this will be Kelly last season in South Bend

They're predicting .500 best case

Calling him a QB killer.

Don't shoot the messenger this is the sports talk radio guys on college football
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Re: Early college football over/unders

Postby irishmark » May 19th, 2017, 8:20 pm

I know it was my business.

But I know for a fact that sports radio guys are never to be trusted when it comes to sports journalism.

They show up minutes before their air shifts and leave immediately after. They do no show prep.

I also worked with the former gm of cbs radio Chicago and he made it clear to me that Terry Boers and Dan Bernstein of the popular afternoon show on wscr Boers and Bernstein are as lazy as it gets.

Sports radio guys are never to be trusted as sources.

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Re: Early college football over/unders

Postby Domer » May 22nd, 2017, 2:55 pm

irishmark wrote:I know it was my business.

But I know for a fact that sports radio guys are never to be trusted when it comes to sports journalism.

They show up minutes before their air shifts and leave immediately after. They do no show prep.

I also worked with the former gm of cbs radio Chicago and he made it clear to me that Terry Boers and Dan Bernstein of the popular afternoon show on wscr Boers and Bernstein are as lazy as it gets.

Sports radio guys are never to be trusted as sources.

TIFWIW.

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Re: Early college football over/unders

Postby Dubby » May 23rd, 2017, 8:00 am

Domer wrote:
irishmark wrote:I know it was my business.

But I know for a fact that sports radio guys are never to be trusted when it comes to sports journalism.

They show up minutes before their air shifts and leave immediately after. They do no show prep.

I also worked with the former gm of cbs radio Chicago and he made it clear to me that Terry Boers and Dan Bernstein of the popular afternoon show on wscr Boers and Bernstein are as lazy as it gets.

Sports radio guys are never to be trusted as sources.

TIFWIW.

I trust you and your experience.


But, keep in mind he quoted the same guys who claimed Bears GM out maneuvered the Browns trading away the future for one year starter Trubisky.

Browns had no interest in Trubisky and was not going to trade away scores of picks to get the number two pick just after picking Number One Pick. Lynch 49ers GM pulled a fast one on the Bears on QB they had no interest in. Instead defending what I still think was bonehead move by the Bears. They'd done their home work they would have noted Browns were trying to trade up from 12 to get Mahomes and the Chiefs out maneuvered them. The morons on Chicago sports radio used that info to try and defend the Bears boneheaded move. The Bears should called Lynch bluff as no one else was going to mortgage the future for Trubisky and 49ers got who they were going take all along.

As for guys down here some fit that bill others do lots of homework

The college sports guys I'm talking about who made the comments about Kelly are same ones said ND was not a top 25 team last season

We all know how that turned out.

I don't listen to National sports, EsecPN radio and I surely don't listen to the rah rah sec, sec clowns.

I listen to local outlet that has mix of guys who don't worship the sec, sec. Some are UGA fans. But, I can deal with them Vs the myth that all sec fans support one another. Which by the way they Predicted Clemson was going to take down Bama and none of them in the times I listened remotely said they were rooting for Sith Lord Saban (As he called) Further destroying the sec, sec myth

They recently fired the 7-11 guy who was lazy opinionated slug

His comments and opinions reeked of no homework and they finally said enough was enough.

His LeBron was better than MJ garbage by inflating LeBron stats and glossing over MJ off the chain playoff numbers was another of many tidbits among many that fired up the listeners. I knew he was doomed when he kept saying the Falcons couldn't beat Rodgers and we beat that bad man twice last season.
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Re: Early college football over/unders

Postby GR82BACANE » May 24th, 2017, 8:35 am

I'll take the over on the Canes.

But, keep in mind he quoted the same guys who claimed Bears GM out maneuvered the Browns trading away the future for one year starter Trubisky.


Browns had a fantastic draft on paper and there wasn't a QB in this class worth trading away multiple picks for. There may be a couple future star QB come out of this draft but picking which ones at this point is a crap shoot.

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Re: Early college football over/unders

Postby Domer » May 24th, 2017, 1:00 pm

GR82BACANE wrote:I'll take the over on the Canes.

But, keep in mind he quoted the same guys who claimed Bears GM out maneuvered the Browns trading away the future for one year starter Trubisky.


Browns had a fantastic draft on paper and there wasn't a QB in this class worth trading away multiple picks for. There may be a couple future star QB come out of this draft but picking which ones at this point is a crap shoot.

Hey, I'm rooting for DeShone Kizer!

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