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Kelso Sturgeon has been a professional handicapper for 40 years and has a deep understanding of all facets of the game, be it football, basketball, baseball or horse racing. He’s worked as a football scout in the SEC and studied under Hall of Fame coaches like Alabama’s Bear Bryant, winner of five national titles and Hank Stram of the Kansas City Chiefs, who won the 1970 Super Bowl. He’s been a Regional Sports Editor for the Associated Press, worked as a successful jockey agent and authored several books teaching people how to be a handicapper, including the bestseller, THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO SPORTS BETTING. Kelso also understands that to be a successful handicapper means knowing the business of gambling, and to that end he is personal friends with most of the big linesmakers in Las Vegas and gets the daily scoop on what is happening on the other side of the counter. There is no one better qualifed to be your personal handicapper than Kelso Sturgeon.

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Early Money Shows For Bills Against Giants
With 1st NFL Pre-Season Game 5 Days Away

Defending Champion Florida State Officially
17.5-Point Favorite Over Oklahoma State
As Highlight Of 77 Opening Weekend Games

 

By Kelso Sturgeon

The first of 65 National Football League pre-season games is just five days away and the early money has made the Buffalo Bills a 2-point favorite over the New York Giants in Sunday’s Hall of Fame Game from Canton Ohio. The game opened as a pick’em affair. The total remains at its opening of 32.5.

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Handicappers have to deal with the idiosyncrasies of the pre-season but those quirks not only present new challenges but offer a few edges unavailable during the regular season.  While I have not yet decided which way I will go, or what unit rating I will give the Giants and the Bills, here are some of the things I will consider to make a choice.

I know I will pay attention to the early money move.

Coaches have a record of how they deal pre-season games and it can mean something.  For instance Buffalo coach Doug Marrone went 2-2 in his first pre-season and the Bills won the first game of his initial season. The Giants coach, Tom Coughlin, has a 19-21 pre-season record with the team and saw the New Yorkers go 1-3 last year. In the first pre-season game of his 10 years in New York, he has a 5-5 record.

Every quarterback rotation is an extremely important factor in the August handicapping equation. How long each quarterback on the roster will play in each game speaks volumes and increases with importance in games “2 and “3.

For the record, here is the quarterback depth chart of both Buffalo and the Giants.

For the Bills

  1. E.J. Manuel
  2. Thad Lewis
  3. Jeff Tuel
  4. Dennis Dixon

For the Giants

  1. Eli Manning
  2. Curtis Painter
  3. Ryan Nassib

Since the number one quarterback will play just a few plays, one must decide who has the best backups, determine how long each will play and give a lot of weight of this element of the process.

Colleges Begin Practice Friday
And With That Comes Official Opening Betting Lines

In analyzing the prospects of all 128 NCAA Division 1 I concluded that are many very good teams and that bettors are going to have big edges for the first month of the season using some of these unrecognized power teams. It also is of note I will again be kicking off my season with my traditional 100-unit College Kickoff Game of the Year. I have already picked that team and predict it will win by 40-45 points.
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Official Opening College Football Lines

(Home Teams In CAPs. Neutral Site Games Noted With *)

Thursday, August 28
SOUTH CAROLINA -11 over Texas A&M
Wake Forest over UL-Monroe
TULSA -4 over Tulane
*Mississippi -10 over Boise State (Ga. Dome, Atlanta)
VANDERBILT -16.5 over Temple
WASHINGTON STATE -9.5 over Rutgers (CenturyLink Field, Seattle)

Friday, August 29
BYU -17 over CONNECTICUT
Bowling Green -7 over WESTERN KENTUCKY
*Colorado -3 over Colorado State (Sports Authority Field, Denver)
HOUSTON -12.5 over Texas-San Antonio
ARIZONA -24 over UNLV

Saturday, August 30
*Penn State Pick’em vs. Central Florida (Dublin, Ireland)
Ohio State -17 over NAVY
UCLA -23 over VIRGINIA
MICHIGAN -34.5 over Appalachian State
UAB Pick’em vs. Troy
NORTHWESTERN -12 over California
N.C. STATE -23 over Georgia Southern
NEBRASKA -23.5 over Florida Atlantic
Boston College -14.5 over MASSACHUSETTS
Marshall -24 over MIAMI-OH
NOTRE DAME -24 over Rice
*Alabama -26.5 over West Virginia (Ga. Dome, Atlanta)
AUBURN -21.5 over Arkansas
GEORGIA -8 over Clemson
KENT STATE -3 over Ohio
OKLAHOMA -38 over Louisiana Tech
PURDUE -12.5 over Western Michigan
FLORIDA -343.5 over Idaho
USC -22 over Fresno State
MISSISSIPPI STATE -29 over Southern Miss
Washington -19.5 over HAWAII
*Florida State -17.5 over Oklahoma State (AT&T Stadium, Arlington, TX)
TEXAS -24 over North Texas
NEW MEXICO -7.5 over Texas-El Paso
*LSU -4.5 over Wisconsin (NRG Stadium, Houston)

Sunday, August 31
TENNESSEE -6.5 over Utah State
BAYLOR -31.5 over SMU

Monday, September 1
LOUISVILLE -2.5 over Miami

77 College Games On Opening Weekend

Opening lines have been posted on NCAA I-A matchups but that is not all the games on which betting will be conducted. In total, 77 games will be played the first week of the season and 33 of them are so-called “extra” games on which lines will be offered later.

The college season actually begins Wednesday, August 27, when Abilene Christian takes on Georgia State in Atlanta in a game that will be televised nationally on ESPNU.

Some of the “extra” games present interesting matchups—such as defending I-AA champion North Dakota State at Iowa State (N.D. State upset Kansas State 24-21 in its opener last season) and always powerful Northern Iowa at Iowa.

NFL Training Camp Notes

  • Rookie quarterback Terry Bridgewater (Louisville) is neck-and-neck with veteran Matt Cassel in the battle for the starting role with the Minnesota Vikings. Minnesota coaches are stunned at how good is Bridgewater.
  • The Cleveland Browns—one of the worst franchises in the NFL—keeps telling the press veteran quarterback Brian Hoyer will be the starting quarterback this season but can’t seem to explain how the offense is being altered to accommodate rookie Johnny Manziel. Whether that move is for better or worse will answer to time.
  • The New York Giants new quarterbacks coach says he wants Eli Manning to complete 70% of his passes this season, and that is a somewhat ridiculous goal. Manning has completed an average of 58.5% of his passes during his career and the best year he ever had he reported in at 61.9%. When I say ridiculous, I mean just that in the purest sense of the word. Only three quarterbacks in NFL history ever hit that level in a 16-game season—Joe Montana (70.2%) in 1989, Steve Young (70.3%) in 1994 and Drew Brees (70.6%) in 2009 and 71.2% in 2011.
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College Basketball News

Fever hand Storm seventh straight loss

Seattle, WA (SportsNetwork.com) - Marissa Coleman and Tamika Catchings scored 16 points apiece as the Indiana Fever beat the Seattle Storm, 76-67, on Thursday.

NBA News

Nuggets sign 1st-round picks Nurkic, Harris

Denver, CO (SportsNetwork.com) - First-round draft picks Jusuf Nurkic and Gary Harris have signed with the Denver Nuggets, the team announced Thursday.

Kelso’s Advanced Sports Betting: NFL Rookie Quarterbacks to Study

The last time we were together, I talked about aging veteran Tom Brady. Today, as we gear up for the start of the NFL Preseason, I want to go over a list of rookie quarterbacks who you should be paying a lot of attention to this month. And, I’m not just talking about research for the regular season. I’m talking about learning from their debuts so you can bet on or against them during the rest of August!

The following quarterbacks will get a lot of playing time in August because their coaches want to test them under fire and speed up the learning curve of these first round draft picks.

Blake Bortles, Jacksonville
Teddy Bridgewater, Minnesota
Johnny Manziel, Cleveland

Reports suggest that Bridgewater has been the most impressive of that threesome in the early days of camp. He’s showing arm strength, poise, and presence. Many experts thought he should have been chosen ahead of Bortles. And, it’s a fairly good consensus that he’s more likely to have a longer career than Manziel. If Bridgewater continues to impress, I’ll consider taking the Vikings in Weeks One and Two of the Preseason when he’ll be facing vanilla defenses. I don’t anticipate backing any rookie quarterbacks in the Week Three dress rehearsals! Though, that could change between now and then.

Manziel could turn into an interesting story if he decides he needs to scamper to make plays. That CAN work in August, though it usually leads to injuries once the regular season starts.

The following quarterbacks will get a lot of snaps too, but aren’t on the fast track and the pressure that comes with it.

Derek Carr, Oakland
Jimmy Garrapolo, New England
Logan Thomas, Arizona
Tom Savage, Houston
Aaron Murray, Kansas City

All five of those young men were selected between the second and fifth rounds. That means they fit the “profile” of what the league likes in terms size and arm strength, but that their college careers didn’t exactly set the world on fire. Carr had great stats at Fresno State, but against bush league competition relatively speaking. He sure struggled against USC’s defense here in the Las Vegas Bowl. For now, I’m generally looking to FADE that group if published reports suggest extensive playing time in the first two weeks. 

Let me list a few more…

AJ McCarron, Cincinnati
Zack Mettenberger, Tennessee
David Fales, Chicago
Keith Wenning, Baltimore
Tajh Boyd, NY Jets
Garrett Gilbert, St. Louis

Everyone below McCarron was drafted in the sixth round. I’ve dropped McCarron down here because he’s still recovering from shoulder surgery and isn’t expected to be challenged too intensely out of the gate. Fales interests me because he’s smart, and because Bears head coach Marc Trestman knows how to get production out of his quarterbacks. The Bears could be a real value team this month if Trestman decides he wants to unleash his backups.

I wouldn’t be surprised in either direction for guys like Mettenberger and Wenning who could feel like they have something to prove. Boyd is a huge question mark with the Jets, because they’ve proven they have no idea what they’re doing with quarterbacks. Gilbert was possibly the worst “sure thing” quarterback I’ve seen play at the college level. All tools, no idea what to do with them. A washout at Texas, and a disappointment under June Jones at SMU.

All told, that’s 14 different rookies on 14 different teams who could be having an inordinate impact on pointspread results between now and the dress rehearsal games in a few weeks. And, if none crack their starting lineup…then many could see a lot of action in those lame duck Week Four games that finish out the month.

As students here in my College of Advanced Sports Betting and Handicapping, you owe it to yourself to devote a lot of study time to these featured players. That could provide a few easy winners in August. And, if injuries or other developments during the regular season create openings in the starting lineup for them…you’ll be ready to bet properly immediately rather than playing catch up.

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NFL News

Ravens DE Urban tears ACL

Owings Mills, MD (SportsNetwork.com) - Baltimore Ravens rookie defensive end Brent Urban will miss the upcoming season due to a torn ACL in his right knee.

College Football News

In the FCS Huddle: A tough act to follow in PFL

(SportsNetwork.com) - This time one year ago, new San Diego head coach Dale Lindsey knew exactly what he had in his Toreros football team.

MLB News

Reimold homers twice as Blue Jays edge Astros

Houston, TX (SportsNetwork.com) - Nolan Reimold's second home run of the game propelled the Toronto Blue Jays to a 6-5 win over the Houston Astros in the opener of a four-game series.