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VPID Line Moves and Free Picks for Valentine’s Day

With it being Valentine's Day, when looking over the games with line moves, thought we would go the extra mile and provide SIX Free...

Hump Day (Under)Dogs – Watch for Clemson and Nevada

In our review of Wednesday underdogs that would have the capacity to cover spreads, tonight we have two particularly interesting battles that will be...

VPID Line Moves and Free Picks for Feb. 13th

Time to begin a new week of line moves and we have three college basketball games and one in the NBA. Take a minute...

NBA Betting News For the Week of Feb. 12th

The new-look Cleveland Cavaliers destroyed Boston this past Sunday 121-99 as five-point road underdogs. But before we have commissioner Adam Silver handing the trophy...

College Basketball’s Super Tuesday Betting Card for Bubble Teams

With less than a month before the bids go out for the NCAA Tournament, we will take a look at several teams playing this...

Bracketology: NCAA Bid Case for UCLA vs. Syracuse

We continue our look at teams that could be on the bubble and who should or might get into the NCAA Tournament. Here we...

Is the Big 12 Really The Best Conference in the Country?

Most television analysts continue to sing the praises of the Big 12 as the best conference in the country. We're told every game is...

SMU Defense Keeps Them Close Versus Cincinnati

When looking at the various conference standings in college basketball, you know how you can tell who the really good teams are? It's those...

VPID Line Moves and Free Picks for Feb. 9-11

Big weekend of action and we have the line moves for Friday and what to anticipate all weekend long for sports betting. Take a...

Bracketology: NCAA Bid Case for Marquette vs. Nebraska

We are at the time of year that it finally makes it tolerable to listen to ESPN's Joe Lunardi when it comes to Bracketology....