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Posted: 10/8/2009 12:39:26 PM
let the under drop to 49 and i pound it.
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Posted: 10/8/2009 12:47:14 PM
Once the football is wet it will actually be easier to grip making easier to throw, but not necessarily easier to catch.  Just be careful with this, been burned many times with this type of logic.  Maybe wait see how low it goes, by kickoff tonight the over may be a play?

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Posted: 10/8/2009 12:50:53 PM
We're in the middle of our 8th straight hour of rain...doesn't look like theres an end in sight...it looks nasty.
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Posted: 10/8/2009 1:12:22 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by vincenzococotti:

 from nebraska team site..
Rainy night: The forecast for Thursday night in Columbia, Mo., is not pretty: A 90 percent chance of rain, which is expected to be heavy at times. How much attention does Pelini give to weather forecasts before football games? “None,” he said. “We can’t control that. We’re ready for all that. I know this: They’re going to be playing on the same field in the same weather conditions we are.”

Reaching higher: Nebraska is No. 1 in the country in scoring defense but the Huskers still aren’t satisfied.

“I don’t think scoring (defense) is upholding the tradition,” Husker senior nose tackle Ndamukong Suh said. “I think tradition is not allowing teams to run the ball on you, pass the ball on you and if they do, at some point get a chance to break it out. A Blackshirt defense is definitely going to take those yards back off that board. By getting tackles for loss, getting sacks and getting interceptions and getting the ball back to our offense.”



With all due respect...but do you think the Husker coach would say "yes we are altering our game plan due to the weather forecast"  or something similar.?  They are not going to share anything with any media, but I can assure you they have a secondary plan in case of adverse weather and will be ready to utilize it if needed




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Posted: 10/8/2009 1:12:49 PM

was windy, wet, cold and basically just plain nasty.

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Posted: 10/8/2009 1:13:37 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by vincenzococotti:

 from nebraska team site..
Rainy night: The forecast for Thursday night in Columbia, Mo., is not pretty: A 90 percent chance of rain, which is expected to be heavy at times. How much attention does Pelini give to weather forecasts before football games? “None,” he said. “We can’t control that. We’re ready for all that. I know this: They’re going to be playing on the same field in the same weather conditions we are.”

Reaching higher: Nebraska is No. 1 in the country in scoring defense but the Huskers still aren’t satisfied.

“I don’t think scoring (defense) is upholding the tradition,” Husker senior nose tackle Ndamukong Suh said. “I think tradition is not allowing teams to run the ball on you, pass the ball on you and if they do, at some point get a chance to break it out. A Blackshirt defense is definitely going to take those yards back off that board. By getting tackles for loss, getting sacks and getting interceptions and getting the ball back to our offense.”



With all due respect...but do you think the Husker coach would say "yes we are altering our game plan due to the weather forecast"  or something similar.?  They are not going to share anything with any media, but I can assure you they have a secondary plan in case of adverse weather and will be ready to utilize it if needed




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Posted: 10/8/2009 3:16:15 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by soupnazi99:

It's already over 2 inches in Columbia and they are expecting 3 to 4 more inches over the next 12 hours.  

There is alos a possiblity for delays tonight as these storms are full of lightning.

I'm on the under, I got it at 52, I expect it to fall to 50 before kickoff. 


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Posted: 10/8/2009 3:21:52 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by aNTsKiLLz:

On with it. Weather is a big factor especially considering Mizz QB has legs. If you don't have footing the teams will play more conservative. According to the weather channel it's raining all day long coming down hard at times so i think field conditions will be a big factor. 

Mizz U 27 1st half
Mizz U 52.5 

GL ALL 


Contemplating the 1st Half bet.  It's down to 24.5 right now.
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Posted: 10/8/2009 3:24:28 PM
Looks like the 2nd large batch of rain is is heading in from the west and is centered on and south of the I-70 corridor near Columbia during the next two to four hours.  Looks like a cold front is developing over eastern Kansas and thats where the lightning is currently centered.

http://radar.weather.gov/Conus/uppermissvly_loop.php
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Posted: 10/8/2009 3:36:26 PM
I understand this game is on field turf but i do not care what surface you are playing on when the field is wet you cannot plant your foot and just turn up the field so easily. I think both coaches will be conservative early and not wanna give in to one another that's why i'm taking under 1st half and eventually you expect some big plays to happen but ultimately i don't think this is going over unless these teams are constantly moving the chains and stopping the clock.
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Posted: 10/8/2009 3:40:41 PM
Does any one know if it will be windy. I would rather make a play based on wind then rain as we all know just wet conditions can actually help the offenses. Give me a combination of both and i'm on it. Under!
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Posted: 10/8/2009 3:40:47 PM
thanx sharp
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Posted: 10/8/2009 3:44:21 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by golfing123:

Does any one know if it will be windy. I would rather make a play based on wind then rain as we all know just wet conditions can actually help the offenses. Give me a combination of both and i'm on it. Under!


I missed the boat on this can you please enlighten me ??
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Posted: 10/8/2009 3:44:41 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by aNTsKiLLz:

I understand this game is on field turf but i do not care what surface you are playing on when the field is wet you cannot plant your foot and just turn up the field so easily. I think both coaches will be conservative early and not wanna give in to one another that's why i'm taking under 1st half and eventually you expect some big plays to happen but ultimately i don't think this is going over unless these teams are constantly moving the chains and stopping the clock.


Any thoughts as to whether Under 24.5 1H is still good?  I didn't place a first half bet when I got Under 53 for the game.  I'm trying to think if I see 4 touchdowns in the first half, or 3 tds and 2 fgs.  I don't know if field goals will be happening at all in this mess.
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Posted: 10/8/2009 3:49:30 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by pucku27:

KEEP BETTING THE UNDER  I LOVE HOW THE LINE IS DROPING  MAYBE I CAN GET 49 AND THEN HAMMER THE OVER

yep i waiting too...my was dropping from 53 to 50.5 i hope it go down more by the game start...maybe 48 hehheheh

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Posted: 10/8/2009 3:53:38 PM
darn it, wish I had got it a little bit higher but it's not like it was at 28, so hopefully it doesn't come down to a moosing if I lose it.

Under 1H 24.5


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Posted: 10/8/2009 3:53:52 PM
[Quote: Originally Posted by weathersharp]

I missed the boat on this can you please enlighten me ??
[/Quote  Simply put recievers know where there goin;  the secondary does'nt. Have you tried to cover a reciever when its wet. I don't believe  you missed the boat my friend you missed the whole damm ship
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Posted: 10/8/2009 3:55:20 PM
well i mean 3 td's and a field goal and your still good...i got 27 so i figured four tds beats me. But i checked and both kickers are pretty good. Nebraska's kicker has only missed 3 field goals in 3 years and was 5/5 against VTECH and Mizz kicker is 10/10 with 3 over 40 so i'm hoping they both try to run and be conservative early on with the weather.
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Posted: 10/8/2009 3:56:23 PM
QUOTE

Originally Posted by golfing123:

Originally Posted by weathersharp]

I missed the boat on this can you please enlighten me ??
[/Quote  Simply put recievers know where there goin;  the secondary does'nt. Have you tried to cover a reciever when its wet. I don't believe  you missed the boat my friend you missed the whole damm ship

 

 

haha... have you?!? Highschool JV team doesnt count

 

 

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Posted: 10/8/2009 3:57:08 PM
So receivers making their cuts on a wet field is the only variable that you consider when its raining.  Im not even sold on that!!

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Posted: 10/8/2009 3:58:35 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by golfing123:

Originally Posted by weathersharp]

I missed the boat on this can you please enlighten me ??
[/Quote  Simply put recievers know where there goin;  the secondary does'nt. Have you tried to cover a reciever when its wet. I don't believe  you missed the boat my friend you missed the whole damm ship

NEB has a good pass rush and when i watched Mizz play Nevada the QB was trying to run out of trouble alot and lets not forget you have to make catches with a wet ball too so it goes both ways
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Posted: 10/8/2009 4:01:41 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by aNTsKiLLz:

well i mean 3 td's and a field goal and your still good...i got 27 so i figured four tds beats me. But i checked and both kickers are pretty good. Nebraska's kicker has only missed 3 field goals in 3 years and was 5/5 against VTECH and Mizz kicker is 10/10 with 3 over 40 so i'm hoping they both try to run and be conservative early on with the weather.


Yeah, that's what I figured with the numbers.  I'm hoping the conservative approach sticks, as well as the defenses doing a good job (as they should), and a severe lack of points off of turnovers.
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Posted: 10/8/2009 4:05:09 PM
Have you tried to throw a ball when it's wet?  Have you tried to see downfield when it's pouring rain?  Have you tried to get your footing proper when it's slippery?  Have you tried to catch something when it was already wet with more water being poured on it?  Have you tried to block out how miserable it feels when you're being hit by 300 pound men who are soaked to the bone and all you/ they want to do is just get off the friggin field and go home and darn your/their girlfriend?
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Posted: 10/8/2009 4:08:29 PM
[Quote: Originally Posted by weathersharp] So receivers making their cuts on a wet field is the only variable that you consider when its raining.  Im not even sold on that!!

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I didn't say it was the only variable; it was one example. Slippery ball ; short field. There are many examples in your own thread that are very solid. I guess everyone in here but you missed the boat. Sorry  for trying to add some facts. Betting under s

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Posted: 10/8/2009 4:11:05 PM
The recievers know which routes they r running the defender has no idea where they are going. Its an advantage to the offense
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