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Posted: 1/3/2013 6:37:37 PM
THE TEASER OF THE DAY IS A 2 TEAM 6 PTS IN FOOTBALL AND 4 IN BASKETBALL... WITH THE OREGON DUCKS -2 AND DENVER NUGGETS -3.5........
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Posted: 1/3/2013 6:47:50 PM
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Originally Posted by WebBull:

Does anyone know if the three OL's that are out for Oregon were starters? 2 for academics and 1 for knee. This has me worried.

None of them, their backups But their line is young. But really good. Seems like they are favoring the K-state D-line over them slightly in the pass. But not in the run. Oregon is faster than they are. Just like Baylor was...

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Posted: 1/3/2013 6:52:00 PM
Both these teams made me lots of money this year. Hard to bet against either one. But the degenerate in me needs action in this awesome game. 

K-State D shows up and Klein makes it a good game and covers. 

Undecided on the total. There could be several turnovers by both and that can sway the total each way depending on when they occur and if they are returned for TD's. 

Anyone know average starting drive positions between these 2 teams? Short fields will lead to easy over. 

However if I'm expecting k state d to make enough stops to cover, an under play makes more sense. Depends if they want to control the clock and play keep away from Oregon. 
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Posted: 1/3/2013 7:04:28 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by combato:

Question - I wonder how everyone would bet on games if they never had seen either team play ( any game, not just this one ). And all anyone ever looked at was the box scores. I think people develop bias ( for and against certain teams ) based on inadequate sample sizes from not seeing the teams play but a few games.  I just think all of have to be careful when we make selections based on what we " see " in any given game.  It must be the reason people are so biased toward favorites because  have " seen " some favorite roll over a lesser opponent at some point during the season. Just wondering if anyone agrees with me or not.



What else could we possibly based our opinion on other that the games that we actually watch and the box scores?That's why I come here.To see what the opinions of others who saw or read something that I didn't.I watch more football than any other working man alive, but I can't see 'em all. :)
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Posted: 1/3/2013 7:19:37 PM
Jumping on the train here, Oregon and the Over. Both sides are going to rack up some points however Oregon is going to come out ahead by at least 9. Taking Oregon at -7.5
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Posted: 1/3/2013 7:24:44 PM
I keep thinking about how Auburn shut down Oregon two years ago after having a month to prepare for the Oregon offense.  Snyder and staff have had a month to prepare, just like Auburn did.  Gotta think that helps K St a bit
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Posted: 1/3/2013 7:34:40 PM
OREGON LARGE
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Posted: 1/3/2013 7:37:28 PM
Kansas St. has a bigger, stronger defensive front seven. They will wear down the smaller O line of Oregon as the game goes on. Kansas St. played a much tougher schedule, just had one bad game. Baylor crushed UCLA in their bowl game, while Oregon St. and USC both lost theirs. Kansas St. the beter QB, also. Break a leg.
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Posted: 1/3/2013 8:03:24 PM
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Originally Posted by combato:

I keep thinking about how Auburn shut down Oregon two years ago after having a month to prepare for the Oregon offense.  Snyder and staff have had a month to prepare, just like Auburn did.  Gotta think that helps K St a bit

Auburn had a much better defense in 2010 than KState does right now... Plus are you seriously comparing the talent of the #1 team in the country in 2010 from the SEC to a Big 12 team...?

Bill Synder also had a month to prepare for his last 3 bowl games... How'd that work out? 0-3

And didn't Chip Kelly also have a month to prepare his team?

And Colin Klein is not Cam Newton...

Bill Synder and his team are outmatched here. It's like you're grandpa trying to play a video game!

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Posted: 1/3/2013 8:06:37 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by GordoPockets:

Auburn had a much better defense in 2010 than KState does right now... Plus are you seriously comparing the talent of the #1 team in the country in 2010 from the SEC to a Big 12 team...?

Bill Synder also had a month to prepare for his last 3 bowl games... How'd that work out? 0-3

And didn't Chip Kelly also have a month to prepare his team?

And Colin Klein is not Cam Newton...

Bill Synder and his team are outmatched here. It's like you're grandpa trying to play a video game!

bill synder is 0-3 in bowls so tell me wat chip Kelly record is genious???...lol
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Posted: 1/3/2013 8:07:11 PM
Kansas State +8
Under 74.5

 

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Posted: 1/3/2013 8:08:52 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by combato:

I keep thinking about how Auburn shut down Oregon two years ago after having a month to prepare for the Oregon offense.  Snyder and staff have had a month to prepare, just like Auburn did.  Gotta think that helps K St a bit


agree, when oregon gets hit in mouth its when teams have time to prepare. boise st, lsu, ohio st, auburn. u know kstate  has motivation and unquestioned leadership...8 and a sprinkle on ml seems like play.
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Posted: 1/3/2013 8:10:58 PM

From start to finish Oregon will roll... Kansas State doesn't have to speed or the players to matchup against Oregon. I think they'll be able to score but will turn the ball over more.

I'm not impressed with Kansas State and their so call "tougher schedule"... They had easy matchups and caught the teams they were playing at just the right times.

If Oregon scores first, this could be a 35 point game. A lot of excitement around this game but Oregon has it and it won't be in doubt all night.

Oregon -7.5

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Posted: 1/3/2013 8:15:27 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by GordoPockets:

From start to finish Oregon will roll... Kansas State doesn't have to speed or the players to matchup against Oregon. I think they'll be able to score but will turn the ball over more.

I'm not impressed with Kansas State and their so call "tougher schedule"... They had easy matchups and caught the teams they were playing at just the right times.

If Oregon scores first, this could be a 35 point game. A lot of excitement around this game but Oregon has it and it won't be in doubt all night.

Oregon -7.5

answer my question genious!!...how many bowls has chip Kelly won??
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Posted: 1/3/2013 8:15:40 PM
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Originally Posted by checcmystyle:

bill synder is 0-3 in bowls so tell me wat chip Kelly record is genious???...lol

Chip Kelly is 1-2 in bowl games with his first win last year in the Rose Bowl... Idk what Snyders record is in bowls but he hasn't won one in 11 years...

I wasn't saying that Oregon wins because of Kelly... All I'm saying is that Kansas State doesn't win simply because Auburn won 2 years ago and Bill Synder is a good coach.

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Posted: 1/3/2013 8:41:45 PM
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Originally Posted by checcmystyle:

why not???.....Stanford beat Oregon wit a freshman QB!!!....lol

"Wit"??? What an idiot

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Posted: 1/3/2013 8:47:44 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Atlanta-fan:

I do like the under in this one, but when games are tough to call I like to look at the prop bets. I think I found a great one.

Longest TD of the game Under 69.5 yards(-115).

I know Oregon is exposive but if K-State can hold them to just one or possibly 2 first downs before giving up a TD, this distance shouldn't be a problem.


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Posted: 1/3/2013 10:02:28 PM
The guys on these sites who don't like to look at numbers or statistics are the former dumb jocks were bad at math and currently work for the guys who ARE good at math.
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Posted: 1/3/2013 10:16:46 PM
[Quote: Originally Posted by GordoPockets]

Auburn had a much better defense in 2010 than KState does right now... Plus are you seriously comparing the talent of the #1 team in the country in 2010 from the SEC to a Big 12 team...?

Bill Synder also had a month to prepare for his last 3 bowl games... How'd that work out? 0-3

And didn't Chip Kelly also have a month to prepare his team?

And Colin Klein is not Cam Newton...

Bill Synder and his team are outmatched here. It's like you're grandpa trying to play a video game


No, I did not know that about Klein and Newton.  Thanks for letting me know. I almost missed that.  Thanks so much.

Frankly, I don't think you really understand the betting game or the game of football.  Just post your pix over time and we will see soon enough how much you do or do not know

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Posted: 1/3/2013 11:06:08 PM
K St is currently bending over & taking it prison-style. (Unfortunate for me + pts but good for the under). They truly do look over matched & the D is wearing down.
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Posted: 1/3/2013 11:44:47 PM
Forgot to mention that did you see how Kelly went for 2 after the 1st TD? For no reason whatsoever - except to make sure they covered the 7.5 pt spread.  Tell me that he wasn't talking to his bookie buddies.
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Posted: 1/3/2013 11:49:56 PM
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Posted: 1/3/2013 11:57:16 PM
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Originally Posted by Dleff123:

This is my second time ever posting but I feel like I have too. Oregon is the better team however KState is very well coached i mean very well. K state will tackle well and the offense will play a ball controll type game. Which is going to lead to the final score being Oregon 30 K state 24. Thats 54 points with 21 of them comming in last 3 minutes. Every schmuck in the world is on the Over in this game. TAKE THE UNDER. I got under 74.5. From a 1-10 with 10 being the highest i like this play a 9.5. All i ask is when this hits you all thank me tommorow.

Thank you...LOL I took the under as well based on two tough Ds

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Posted: 1/3/2013 11:58:14 PM
What did i say 54 points scored go under. Well it was 52 points and what i said was gonna happen actually happened. Thank u
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Posted: 1/4/2013 12:10:32 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by combato:

No, I did not know that about Klein and Newton.  Thanks for letting me know. I almost missed that.  Thanks so much.

Frankly, I don't think you really understand the betting game or the game of football.  Just post your pix over time and we will see soon enough how much you do or do not know

I had this game called to a tee... But I know nothing about football right?

Usually I don't call people out, but you saying I know nothing about football and the "betting game" just makes you sound like a nerd.

I'd rather sound like I know nothing and win, than sound like a nerdy statician and lose... You talk about your "score indicator" and your "public/sharp indicator", and you think it makes you sound well informed. But really you just sound like a nerd.

Try watching some real football and stop using video games to "indicate" your scores.

If you think I know nothing about football, then lets match our picks for the remaining bowl games and NFL playoffs...

If I win, I'll stop banging your sister. If you win, you can bang your sister... All in good fun kid...

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