Baylor vs TTU Has the Largest Total Ever

There is no doubt offense will be showcased when Baylor and Texas Tech clash on Saturday and bookmakers know it with the current total of 88.5 being the biggest in college football history. Oklahoma State and Baylor held the previous record with a closing total of 88.0 for their game in December of 2012.


OVER 5-0 When Bama and Georgia Meet

Though their clashes have been few and far between, the OVER has hit in each of the past five meetings between the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Georgia Bulldogs. The two teams will renew their acquaintances when they meet in Athens Saturday.

In their past five meetings, dating back to October 5, 2005, the Tide and the Bulldogs have averaged a combined 58.4 points per game. If the current line of Alabama +2.5 holds until kickoff, it will be the first time the Crimson Tide has been an underdog in 72 games.

The matchup will feature two of the best running backs in the country in Alabama’s Derrick Henry and Georgia’s Nick Chubb.

Henry has averaged 6.3 yards per rush this season with eight touchdowns, but did not look like himself last week as he battled tonsillitis. Chubb has been averaging a staggering 8.4 yards per carry with six touchdowns on the season. 

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UFC 192: Does Bader Offer Any Value?

Rashad Evans makes his long awaited return to the octagon at UFC 192, but will not have an easy road back as he faces off against top contender Ryan Bader. Despite a nearly two year layoff, Evans is currently the favorite according to 5Dimes.

“The betting line is a direct reflection of Evans' layoff, which dates to UFC 167 in November of 2013, but I also think it speaks to Bader's improvements as a fighter, both technically and athletically,” Anik explains.


Keuchel Seeking 20th Win of the Season

Cy Young candidate Dallas Keuchel enters Friday night’s road game in search of his 20th win against a surging Diamondbacks team who are 5-1 in their last six. Keuchel has been a drastically different pitcher on the road, sporting a 3.82 ERA and a 4-8 road record vs a 1.46 ERA and a 15-0 record at home.

Taking the mound for the Diamondbacks is Rubby De La Rosa, who will try to contribute to the trend of the total going under in four of the last five D-Backs games. He struggled last month, posting an ERA of 5.18, pitching six innings or less in his five outings.

Houston is 4-1 SU in their last five games, however, Arizona is 14-6 in their last 20 against Houston.

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Super Computer Week 4 Contest Picks

All aboard the Super Computer train!

Thanks to a 4-1 week, the Super Computer has broken the .500 mark and is 9-6 in its weekly Westgate Super Contest picks for 2015.

Before we get to the Super Computer's Week 4 picks, make sure to check out Team OddsShark members Matt Uffold and Ryan Fowler discuss their top picks for the week.


Cards are 10-1 in Garcia’s Last 11 Starts

The Cardinals will hope to end the season on a strong note when they travel to Atlanta for their final series of the regular season. The team has been strong on the road, going 7-3 in their last 10 road games. The Cards have responded well to tonight’s starter Jamie Garcia, going 10-1 in his last 11 starts.

Julio Teheran will hope to end an ugly season on a strong note, as the pitcher has been much better at home (3.06 ERA) compared to pitching on the road (5.40 ERA). He has been better in the second half and has limited Cardinals hitters to a .154 batting average in his career against them.

The Braves have gone 6-15 in their last 21 home games, while also seeing the total going UNDER in five straight at home.

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Props: Chubb Favored to Outrush Henry

Two of the best running backs in the nation will square off Saturday when Nick Chubb of Georgia and Derrick Henry of Alabama take to the field. According to Bovada Chubb is the favorite to gain more rushing yards than Henry with the Bulldogs back currently listed as -9.5 rushing yards head-to-head with the Tide’s workhorse.


Nover: Cardinals an ATS Team to Watch

The New England Patriots and Green Bay Packers draw much of the media attention. But there's another unbeaten NFL team that has a decent chance of going 8-0 before their bye week.

I speak of the Arizona Cardinals.

It's not the Tom Brady-led Patriots, nor the Aaron Rodgers-led Packers, who lead the NFL in points. It's the Cardinals, averaging a staggering 42 points per game.


UNDER at 4-0 for Connecticut this Season

The UConn Huskies have been struggling offensively so far this season, which has led to the UNDER going a perfect 4-0 in their contests this year. The Huskies will visit BYU, a team with their own offensive issues, on Friday night.

UConn has only scored a combined three touchdowns over their past two games with an average score of just 16.5 points per game on the season as a whole. 

The Cougars have been struggling offensively this season with an average of 22.75 points per game and are coming off a shutout loss to Michigan. Since replacing injured starter Taysom Hill, quarterback Tanner Mangum has been simply average with four touchdowns and three interceptions.

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2015 SuperContest: Week 4 Lines Out

After the first three weeks of the 2015 SuperContest at the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook, nobody is still undefeated, with top entry The Right Reasons sitting at 14-1 after going 10-0 through the first two weeks.



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