2.21.2015 Results: 4-1 +4.0 Units
|Cornell||51||7:00 PM ET||Cornell +10||1.00|
|Yale||62||One point loss|
PENNSYLVANIA +15.5 and COLUMBIA -1 both come very close.
I might put down a little on the side with these later depending on how lines move…
Cornell is mostly a technical play, but my two cents is that the line is too high….linesmakers know how the public would react to a 21 points loss….but it was on the road and Courtney (head coach of Cornell) is in a “spot” here now.
A couple of areas that I could see Yale struggling or slacking with will be in their rebounding ability and their ability to create turnovers / takeaways against Cornell thus leading to a closer game than 10 points. Sprinkle in a little predicted motivation that Cornell might have….we’re buying at a valued low here and selling off high. Similar things with Penn and Columbia…
NHL RAW NUMBERS
|Colorado (W)||4||8:30 PM ET||Colorado +205||1.00|
Balls to the wall. +205 on Colorado. 32% implied odds of this bet winning by
Vegas and raw numbers say it is better than +50% chance that ‘Rado takes the cake.
That’s a hell of an edge…
*NHL Raw Numbers (Basics) are 135-70 +38.62 Units*
This system is up +10.07 units this season.
|Chicago||91||7:30 PM ET||Detroit +6||1.00|
|Cleveland (W)||127||8:00 PM ET||Cleveland -3||1.00|
|Brooklyn (W)||114||10:30 PM||Brooklyn -3||1.00|
Since 1995, very well rested teams off of a home loss are 150-103 (59.3%, plus over 55 units) SU and 149-100-4 ATS.
Since 2003, team between +2 and -13.5 points (small dogs or favs) that last played on the road are 43-16 ATS in the first game after all star break.
Since 2009, teams that just lost in an upset as a favorite to a divisional opponent are 127-73-6 (63.5%) ATS and 146-60 (70.9%) SU when facing a team seeking revenge for a loss in their previous matchup.
Raw numbers on the three.
Best of luck guys,