The Seven Rules of College Football Gambling
Secretly, I’ve always been fascinated that a group of soothsayers could sit in a room, examine mysterious statistics, and accurately project a college football game’s final score. It doesn’t quite seem possible, and it’s not like there are any Grays Sports Almanacs in real life. Yet, every week, the shadowy oddsmakers of Las Vegas pull it off. It took me a while to realize they weren’t using black magic. There really is a method to the madness. It’s easy to forget that, somewhere, men in suits are treating college football as a black-and-white science. True fans don’t share the robotic sensibilities . . .
Kegs, Eggs and Kramer (6/10)
Ty and Dan talk with Adam Kramer from Bleacher Report and Kegs ‘n Eggs about the college football point spreads released by the Golden Nugget, what they mean to the average bettor, and how they should be interpreted by the average fan. Plus, an honest discussion about super “public” teams, way-too-early betting locks, an impromptu power ranking of meals, and an important question about Bud Light Lime. [powerpress]