College Hoops Power Rankings

Not much has changed at the top of the College Basketball Power Rankings this week, as the Texas Longhorns are still holding on to the No. 1 spot on the list.

The Longhorns continue to bang out wins in Texas, having won eight straight while also paying off the college basketball betting crowd with a 7-1 record ATS. Texas is 8-0 in the Big 12 so far this season, which includes four marquee wins over teams in the AP Top 25.


NBA Power Rankings

The Miami Heat not only maintained their grip on the top of the NBA Power Rankings, but they actually strengthened it after a perfect week on the court and at the betting window.


Trail Blazers vs Bulls Betting Preview

The line has the Bulls favored by a few but the math has the Bulls winning by 6 - it looks like a good NBA wagering spot in the NBA Monday when the Bulls visit Portland to face the Trail Blazers.

The Trail Blazers currently sports a record of 27-24, and have posted a corresponding betting slate of 23-24-4 ATS. The Bulls are 34-15 and 29-19-1 ATS. Betting totals have seen the Trail Blazers post a 23-27-1 OVER/UNDER record this season, while the Bulls have gone 18-31 against the number.


Kansas 10-point favorite vs Missouri

Many eyes in the college basketball world will be on Allen Fieldhouse Monday as host Kansas looks to handle the Missouri Tigers in NCAAB action.

The Jayhawks are 22-1 so far on the season, and 10-10 ATS vs. the number. The Tigers, meanwhile, are 18-5 and 8-8 ATS. OVER/UNDER bettors have seen Kansas go 12-7 and the Tigers go 10-6 on the totals.

View Missouri vs Kansas Odds and Stats.

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UFC 126 Betting Results

All those MMA bettors that thought Anderson Silva’s best days were beyond him got a reality check on Saturday night when “The Spider” flicked out one of his long legs and left Vitor Belfort laying unconscious on the Octagon floor.


Betting Wrap: Super Bowl XLV

The Green Bay Packers rewarded any bettors who put money down on them with a win over the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XLV on Sunday.

The Packers were a 3-point favorite in the big game and delivered a cover to the Super Bowl betting crowd with a 31-25 win over the Steelers. Aaron Rodgers won MVP honors after a brilliant showing that included 304 passing yards, three touchdowns, and no interceptions.


Why Steelers Will Win Super Bowl

If there is one team that wins ugly, wins when it counts and knows how to win on the road, it’s the Pittsburgh Steelers.

If there is one team that intimidates with defense and wins with defense, it’s the Pittsburgh Steelers.

And if there is one team with a knack of covering the spread in the playoffs and winning as an underdog, you guessed it, it’s the Pittsburgh Steelers.


Super Bowl & Pro Bowl Trends

The Green Bay Packers are heading into Sunday's game as the favorite, but that might not be a good thing according to the Super Bowl trends.

In last year's Super Bowl, the Colts were a 4.5-point favorite against the Saints. That favorite status did little good for the Colts as they were blasted 31-17. Two years earlier the Patriots also failed to get it done as the favorites when they were upset 17-14 by the Giants as 12.5-point chalk.


More Super Bowl Prop Bets

Who's going to have the better game in Super Bowl XLV – Ben Roethlisberger or Aaron Rodgers? Figure that out and you could clean up on Super Bowl prop bets.

At Bovada they've come up with a ton of versus props pitting the Packers against the Steelers, but we're more interested in the quarterback props: Rodgers vs. Roethlisberger.


Thank God Super Bowl Prop Favorite

Some may feel it's sacrilegious to offer Thank God odds on the Super Bowl, but when it comes to prop bets, anything goes.

And it's not like they made God the underdog at Bovada. He's the favorite.

Somebody will win the Super Bowl MVP award (Aaron Rodgers is favored by the way at Bovada) and that player will inevitably be interviewed. Who will he thank first?



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