Betting Thread

Discussion in 'DVU' started by cuangler, Aug 31, 2015.

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  1. Dirty Ears Bill

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    Not a bettor but I'm pretty firmly in the "UGA wins straight up" camp too.
     
  2. orangeonmymind

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    I'm baffled by this game. What makes this wildly different from the first game other than the venue? How is Georgia going to run the ball?
     
  3. Dirty Ears Bill

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    Auburn is gonna be coming down off a huge high of their big wins IMO. And secondly UGA won't abandon the run early like they had to do first game after falling behind early.
     
  4. Billdozer

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  5. Summit_Mountain

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    Vegas always wins when they can balance all the rest of us crazies against ourselves
     
  6. Billdozer

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    Sem put his sheet out

    Past Five Years:

    System A is 111-79 ATS (58.4%)

    When A&B agree, the side has gone 80-52 ATS (60.6%)

    When all 3 agree, the side has gone 42-27 ATS (60.9%)

    [​IMG]
     
  7. a congressman

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    How do I read this thing again??? Use Oregon for example.....
     
  8. RIP Tiger Tails

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    Is that not showing up for anyone else?
     
  9. Billdozer

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    There is one system pulled from FoxSheets called SF Power. My systems are the system A and B columns. The main difference between the two is that System B factors in strength of schedule. The values in the columns represent what each system thinks the spread should be.

    In the spread and total column, the number in parentheses is the opening number. If there are no parentheses then obviously it hasn't moved or has moved back to theopening number. All lines are from Pinnacle.

    Bolded picks are when all 3 systems agree
     
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