See spot. See spot bet: This week's best spot bets

By: Ben Burns / Jul 28, 2015

Spot bets are classic handicapping practices that have proven profitable no matter what sport you're betting. Whether it's a team looking past this week's opponent, one coming off a hard-fought victory, or a rough patch of schedule, bettors can find value picking their spots. Covers Expert Ben Burns points out his favorites.

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Quicken Loans National Preview

By: Matt Fargo / Jul 28, 2015

This week the tour heads to Robert Trent Jones Golf Club in Gainesville, Virginia for the Quicken Loans National.

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MLB Cheat Sheets: July 27-31

By: Jesse Schule / Jul 27, 2015

I've been saying it for months now, "The Cubs are the most overrated team in baseball". Bettors learned that the hard way this weekend, as they were swept at home by the cellar dwelling Phillies. and the average price to back the Cubs in those games was higher than -200. They've been listed as the favorite in 17 of their 22 games this month, winning only eight of those. Something to think about before backing the Cubbies as a favorite.

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2015 Pac-12 Conference Football Preview

By: Marc Lawrence / Jul 26, 2015

The West Coast lifestyle seems to fit the Pac-12 to a tee. 

In the state of Washington alone, there are now two coaches in place who have essentially revolutionized offensive football over the past 10 seasons, namely Mike Leach and Chris Peterson.  You can say the same thing for the state of Arizona, with Rich Rodriguez and Paul Graham leading their version of college football’s offensive revolution. 

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2015 NCAAF Conference Preview - SEC

By: Will Rogers / Jul 25, 2015

Nick Saban's Crimson Tide have dominated the SEC in recent years, but they will have to replace their starting quarterback, top wide receiver and leading rusher in 2015. Alabama is still the favorite to win the conference, but the door is open for teams like Auburn, Georgia and LSU to take that step to the next level.

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MLB Cheat Sheets: July 23-26

By: Jesse Schule / Jul 23, 2015

The Marlins might not be the hottest team in the majors, but if bettors thought that fading the Fish would be easy money after Stanton's injury, they were sadly mistaken. Miami is 10-10 over it's last 20 games, and they are 4-8 since losing Dee Gordon. That might make you think twice about laying the chalk to bet against Miami.

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2015 NCAAF Conference Preview - BIG10

By: Will Rogers / Jul 23, 2015

The Buckeyes are an overwhelming favorite to repeat as BIG10 champions, with 5Dimes currently offering them at -260 to win the conference. No team enjoys as much quarterback depth as the Buckeyes, who boast three signal callers that are all considered legitimate Heisman hopefuls. They return plenty of talent from last year's championship squad, including star running back Ezekiel Elliot, who ran for 1402 yards and a dozen TDs last season. They do appear to be a well deserved favorite.

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See spot. See spot bet: This week's best spot bets

By: Ben Burns / Jul 22, 2015

Spot bets are classic handicapping practices that have proven profitable no matter what sport you're betting. Whether it's a team looking past this week's opponent, one coming off a hard-fought victory, or a rough patch of schedule, bettors can find value picking their spots. Covers Expert Ben Burns points out his favorites.

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RBC Canadian Open Preview

By: Matt Fargo / Jul 21, 2015

We follow up an exciting Open Championship, where Zach Johnson won in a three-way playoff for his second Major Championship, with the RBC Canadian Open this week from Oakville, Ontario.

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MLB Cheat Sheets: July 20-23

By: Jesse Schule / Jul 20, 2015

Zack Greinke tossed eight scoreless innings, striking out 11 in a win opposite Mad Max Scherzer in the nation's capital on Sunday, and his scoreless streak now sits at 43 2/3 innings. It's fair to say that he's currently the favorite to win the Cy Young Award in the National League. His miniscule 1.30 ERA isn't just the best in the majors, but he's the only pitcher with an ERA under 2.00.

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2015 Mountain West Conference Football Preview

By: Marc Lawrence / Jul 20, 2015

The 2015 Mountain West non-conference slate features 22 games against teams that earned bowl berths last season. They face 25 similar opponents during the 2014 campaign. Eight non-conference opponents finished ranked in last year’s final USA Today/Coaches’ and Associated Press Top 25 polls.

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MLB Cheat Sheets: July 17-20

By: Jesse Schule / Jul 18, 2015

Over the last few years, we've come to think of San Diego's PETCO Park as one of the most pitcher friendly in the majors. That's quickly becoming a myth here in 2015. Friday's game failed to go over the total, but we did see four home runs in that game (all solo shots). According to ESPN Park Factors, PETCO ranks 5th behind Coors Field, Great American Ballpark, Camden Yards and Yankee Stadium.

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2015 MLB Mid-Season Update:

By: Larry Ness / Jul 16, 2015

Play resumes on Friday and not much has changed in the NL from last year...

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Conference USA Football Preview

By: Steve Merril / Jul 14, 2015

Steve Merril's Conference USA football preview and season wins predictions.

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2015 Mid American Conference Football Preview

By: Marc Lawrence / Jul 13, 2015

The MAC has been little more than forage for opponents in bowl games dating back to 2007, as they are just 11-28 SU and 11-27-1 ATS in post season play in that span.

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Halfway Home: American League Edition

By: Power Sports / Jul 13, 2015

Now that we're at the All-Star Break, Power Sports takes a look at the American League.

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The Open Championship Preview

By: Matt Fargo / Jul 13, 2015

We hit our third Major of the season with the 144th edition of The Open Championship taking place from St. Andrews - The Old Course in Fife, Scotland. This is the 29th time St. Andrews has hosted The Open Championship with the last coming in 2010

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See spot. See spot bet: This week's best spot bets

By: Ben Burns / Jul 12, 2015

Spot bets are classic handicapping practices that have proven profitable no matter what sport you're betting. Whether it's a team looking past this week's opponent, one coming off a hard-fought victory, or a rough patch of schedule, bettors can find value picking their spots. Covers Expert Ben Burns points out his favorites.

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AAC College Football Preview

By: Steve Merril / Jul 10, 2015

Steve Merril's American Athletic Conference college football preview and season wins predictions.

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MLB Cheat Sheets: July 10-12

By: Jesse Schule / Jul 10, 2015

The Tigers finally saw their 19 game over streak come to an end with a 4-2 win at Minnesota on Thursday. They continue to struggle defensively though, and problems with their starting rotation as well as a struggling bullpen and a hot hitting lineup may lead to more high scoring games in the future.

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Halfway Home: National League Edition

By: Power Sports / Jul 10, 2015

Power Sports takes a look at how the National League shapes up halfway through the season.

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2015 NCAAF Conference Preview - ACC

By: Will Rogers / Jul 10, 2015

The ACC could undergo a changing of the guard in 2015 after two seasons dominated by Florida State. The Seminoles will still be among the conference’s top programs, but there is value to be had behind FSU with contenders like Georgia Tech, Clemson and Virginia Tech.

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Marc Lawrence on a 7-1 MLB Run!

By: CE Manager / Jul 8, 2015

Covers Expert Marc Lawerence is starting to heat up on the diamond this season. Over the last four days, he is 7-1 (88%), with +$4,565 earned! Find out how you can join in on the MLB profits with steady winning days!

Marc's Wednesday Picks | MLB Monthly Pass | MLB Summer Special

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John Deere Classic Preview

By: Matt Fargo / Jul 7, 2015

The final tuneup before the Open Championship takes place this week with the John Deere Classic from TPC Deere Run in Silvis, Illinois.

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See spot. See spot bet: This week's best spot bets

By: Ben Burns / Jul 6, 2015

Spot bets are classic handicapping practices that have proven profitable no matter what sport you're betting. Whether it's a team looking past this week's opponent, one coming off a hard-fought victory, or a rough patch of schedule, bettors can find value picking their spots. Covers Expert Ben Burns points out his favorites.

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