Posted Friday, June 10, 2011 06:34 PM
The Golden Nugget in Las Vegas released the first college
football lines of the season Friday. To find out the story behind the
early college football odds, check out David Payne's inside look at June's biggest day
Here’s the list, courtesy of ViewfromVegas.com:
Tulsa at Oklahoma (-21)
LSU vs. Oregon (-3)
Boise State (-6) vs. UGA
Miami OH at Missouri (-20.5)
SMU at Texas A&M (-17)
Miami, Fla. (-3.5) at Maryland
Missouri at Arizona State (-3)
Alabama (-9) at Penn State
Mississippi State at Auburn (-3.5)
South Carolina (-3) at Georgia
Notre Dame at Michigan (-2)
BYU at Texas (-7.5)
Utah at USC (-8)
TCU (-6.5) at Air Force
LSU at Mississippi State (-1)
Oklahoma (-3.5) at Florida State
Oklahoma State (-8) at Tulsa
Michigan State at Notre Dame (-6)
West Virginia (-3) at Maryland
Utah at BYU (-2.5)
Tennessee at Florida (-13.5)
Auburn at Clemson (-1)
Missouri at Oklahoma (-13)
Arkansas at Alabama (-11)
LSU (-4) at West Virginia
Tulsa at Boise State (-24)
Oklahoma State at Texas A&M (-6)
Notre Dame (-4) at Pittsburgh
USC at Arizona State (-3)
San Diego State at Michigan (-8)
Florida State (-8) at Clemson
SMU at TCU (-12)
Alabama (-6) at Florida[More]
Posted Wednesday, March 17, 2010 09:41 AM
Have you ever got into a heated debate with your buddies over who the best
team in the NBA is? Or perhaps sparked a discussion with that old guy at the end
of the bar about whether baseball was better today or way back when? Ever yelled
at your TV in moment of pure joy or disgust?
Chances are you have. Everyone has an opinion and, at Covers.com,
everyone has a voice. And we want to hear your voice.
We’re offering the Covers.com Community
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well as win over $500 a month in prizes, including an authentic jersey of your
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Sports in honor of the NCAA Tournament. All you need to do is speak
We’re urging our users to blog about the wild world of sports – anything from
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Posted Monday, December 15, 2008 02:45 PM
Last week I went to the optometrist for the first eye examination of my life. Turns out I have astigmatism and need glasses to perform certain tasks like reading small type and driving at night.
This, I have to conclude, can be the only reason I can’t seem to understand why the call was reversed in the Pittsburgh-Baltimore game last night that gave Santanio Holmes a touchdown and Pittsburgh the victory. Clearly the replay officials were seeing something I couldn’t.
The initial call on the field was that Holmes didn’t break the plane with his reception on third down, though his feet were in the end zone. Initially it looked to me like it was no touchdown but it was a closer shave than the greens at Augusta.
The slow-mo replay didn’t exactly clear things up. I don’t see how the officials can say with certainty that Holmes had full possession when – or more accurately, if – the ball broke the plane.
I had the Ravens -3 (BetJamaica.com) so I was a little enraged.
On another note, here’s a Monday ... [More]