*Indiana is just 3-18 (-13.38 ppg, 14.3%) SU under head coach Kevin Wilson after one or more straight games going Over the total. They're also 16-5-0 OVER the total in the next game.
*The Texas Longhorns are 151-44 SU (+15.96 ppg, 77.4%) under head coach Mack Brown.
**That's a massive 14-1 (+25.13 ppg, 93.3%) SU and 11-4 ATS with the total set high between 63 and 70.
Pretty simple here: Since 1990, home favorites in week one are 40-16-5 (+5.69 ppg, 71.4%) ATS if they are facing a team who had a betting win record last season than they did.
Since 2001, that is 30-7 SU and 27-8 (+5.2 ppg, 77.1%) ATS [avg. line -3.5] (same conditions).
This week consider a second look at the following ...
Since 2008, Washington State is just 10-48-0 (-18.38 ppg, 17.2%) SU on the weekend.
People must have thought that when Mike Leach arrived in 2012, things would change, but if you took all of his opponents on the moneyline, you'd be up a tremendous amount in just 10 games.
Under head coach Mike Leach, Washington State ...
Since 2011, the Philadelphia Eagles are just 8-16-0 (33.3%) SU and 8-16-0 (-4.92, 33.3%) ATS [avg. line -1.1] against conference opponents.
On Monday, they'll square off against the Washington Redskins as +3.5 road underdogs with a Vegas line set at 51.5. A lot of compelling storylines here such as Chip Kelly and Michael ...
Since 2004, the San Diego Chargers are 18-3 SU (+12.48 ppg, 85.7%) and 19-2-0 (90.5%, +11.76 ppg) ATS [avg. line -0.7] when facing AFC South teams.
On Monday, they'll face off against the Houston Texans at home in San Diego for +3.5 points and a Vegas total set at 44.5. Will the home dog take this one or will they come ...
The New York Mets are 52-49 +14.35 units SU as 150 or less road underdogs under Manager Terry Collins; a so-so stat, yet a profit nonetheless.
*What is truly remarkable though, is that these games went 69-27-5 (+2.08 rpg, 71.9%) for the OVER yielding +$3,970.00 for $100 bettors (or a +35.9% roi profit)!
For statisticians ...