College Football Lines on Over 130 Teams

It's a 3-0 NBA Playoff Sunday for Kelso Sturgeon! The Wizards (+4½) get the outright stunner on the road against the Bulls, 102-93 for a 50-Unit winner! Mavericks (+9½) hung tough against the Spurs and got the cover in their 90-85 loss, while the Blazers/Rockets shootout went way over 214½ (242)! Kelso also wins his two big games on the diamond: Personal Best clients walked away with a 50-Unit winner last night with the Red Sox (-170) over the Orioles, 6-5, and Chairman's Club bettors got the money with the Reds (-130) over the Cubs, 8-2!
2/3/2014 - Advanced Handicapping2/1/2014 - Advanced Handicapping1/30/2014 - Advanced Handicapping1/24/2014 - Advanced Handicapping1/14/2014 - Advanced Handicapping1/7/2014 - Advanced Handicapping1/6/2014 - Advanced Handicapping1/3/2014 - Advanced Handicapping1/2/2014 - Advanced Handicapping12/20/2013 - Advanced Handicapping12/13/2013 - Advanced Handicapping12/12/2013 - Advanced Handicapping12/6/2013 - Advanced Handicapping12/3/2013 - Advanced Handicapping11/26/2013 - Advanced Handicapping11/22/2013 - Advanced Handicapping11/21/2013 - Advanced Handicapping11/18/2013 - Advanced Handicapping11/15/2013 - Advanced Handicapping11/11/2013 - Advanced Handicapping11/8/2013 - Advanced Handicapping11/7/2013 - Advanced Handicapping10/31/2013 - Advanced Handicapping10/24/2013 - Advanced Handicapping10/18/2013 - Advanced Handicapping10/15/2013 - Advanced Handicapping10/11/2013 - Advanced Handicapping10/10/2013 - Advanced Handicapping10/7/2013 - Advanced Handicapping10/4/2013 - Advanced Handicapping10/3/2013 - Advanced Handicapping9/30/2013 - Advanced Handicapping9/27/2013 - Advanced Handicapping9/26/2013 - Advanced Handicapping9/23/2013 - Advanced Handicapping9/20/2013 - Advanced Handicapping9/18/2013 - Advanced Handicapping9/16/2013 - Advanced Handicapping9/13/2013 - Advanced Handicapping9/11/2013 - Advanced Handicapping9/9/2013 - Advanced Handicapping9/6/2013 - Advanced Handicapping9/4/2013 - Advanced Handicapping9/2/2013 - Advanced Handicapping8/30/2013 - Advanced Handicapping8/28/2013 - Advanced Handicapping8/26/2013 - Advanced Handicapping8/21/2013 - Advanced Handicapping8/19/2013 - Advanced Handicapping8/16/2013 - Advanced Handicapping8/14/2013 - Advanced Handicapping8/12/2013 - Advanced Handicapping8/9/2013 - Advanced Handicapping8/8/2013 - Advanced Handicapping8/5/2013 - Advanced Handicapping8/2/2013 - Advanced Handicapping2/2/2013 - Advanced Handicapping1/31/2013 - Advanced Handicapping1/25/2013 - Advanced Handicapping1/12/2013 - Advanced Handicapping1/11/2013 - Advanced Handicapping1/5/2013 - Advanced Handicapping12/28/2012 - Advanced Handicapping12/7/2012 - Advanced Handicapping11/30/2012 - Advanced Handicapping11/16/2012 - Advanced Handicapping11/9/2012 - Advanced Handicapping11/3/2012 - Advanced Handicapping11/1/2012 - Advanced Handicapping10/25/2012 - Advanced Handicapping10/19/2012 - Advanced Handicapping10/13/2012 - Advanced Handicapping10/12/2012 - Advanced Handicapping10/5/2012 - Advanced Handicapping9/29/2012 - Advanced Handicapping9/28/2012 - Advanced Handicapping9/22/2012 - Advanced Handicapping9/21/2012 - Advanced Handicapping9/13/2012 - Advanced Handicapping9/7/2012 - Advanced Handicapping9/7/2012 - Advanced Handicapping9/5/2012 - Advanced Handicapping9/1/2012 - Advanced Handicapping8/29/2012 - Advanced Handicapping4/20/2012 - Advanced Handicapping4/17/2012 - Advanced Handicapping3/30/2012 - Advanced Handicapping3/16/2012 - Advanced Handicapping3/13/2012 - Advanced Handicapping3/10/2012 - Advanced Handicapping3/9/2012 - Advanced Handicapping2/18/2012 - Advanced Handicapping2/17/2012 - Advanced Handicapping2/10/2012 - Advanced Handicapping2/3/2012 - Advanced Handicapping1/27/2012 - Advanced Handicapping1/20/2012 - Advanced Handicapping1/13/2012 - Advanced Handicapping1/6/2012 - Advanced Handicapping1/5/2012 - Advanced Handicapping12/22/2011 - Advanced Handicapping12/18/2011 - Advanced Handicapping12/17/2011 - Advanced Handicapping12/15/2011 - Advanced Handicapping12/11/2011 - Advanced Handicapping12/9/2011 - Advanced Handicapping12/7/2011 - Advanced Handicapping12/4/2011 - Advanced Handicapping12/2/2011 - Advanced Handicapping11/30/2011 - Advanced Handicapping11/25/2011 - Advanced Handicapping11/23/2011 - Advanced Handicapping11/20/2011 - Advanced Handicapping11/18/2011 - Advanced Handicapping11/16/2011 - Advanced Handicapping11/13/2011 - Advanced Handicapping11/12/2011 - Advanced Handicapping11/6/2011 - Advanced Handicapping11/5/2011 - Advanced Handicapping11/4/2011 - Advanced Handicapping10/31/2011 - Advanced Handicapping10/30/2011 - Advanced Handicapping10/29/2011 - Advanced Handicapping10/27/2011 - Advanced Handicapping10/23/2011 - Advanced Handicapping10/21/2011 - Advanced Handicapping10/20/2011 - Advanced Handicapping10/19/2011 - Advanced Handicapping10/16/2011 - Advanced Handicapping10/15/2011 - Advanced Handicapping10/14/2011 - Advanced Handicapping10/11/2011 - Advanced Handicapping10/9/2011 - Advanced Handicapping10/8/2011 - Advanced Handicapping10/7/2011 - Advanced Handicapping10/6/2011 - Advanced Handicapping10/2/2011 - Advanced Handicapping10/1/2011 - Advanced Handicapping9/30/2011 - Advanced Handicapping9/28/2011 - Advanced Handicapping9/25/2011 - Advanced Handicapping9/23/2011 - Advanced Handicapping9/22/2011 - Advanced Handicapping9/21/2011 - Advanced Handicapping9/16/2011 - Advanced Handicapping9/15/2011 - Advanced Handicapping9/12/2011 - Advanced Handicapping9/9/2011 - Advanced Handicapping9/8/2011 - Advanced Handicapping9/6/2011 - Advanced Handicapping9/2/2011 - Advanced Handicapping8/31/2011 - Advanced Handicapping8/29/2011 - Advanced Handicapping8/26/2011 - Advanced Handicapping8/25/2011 - Advanced Handicapping8/24/2011 - Advanced Handicapping8/22/2011 - Advanced Handicapping8/19/2011 - Advanced Handicapping8/18/2011 - Advanced Handicapping8/17/2011 - Advanced Handicapping8/16/2011 - Advanced Handicapping8/12/2011 - Advanced Handicapping8/11/2011 - Advanced Handicapping8/9/2011 - Advanced Handicapping7/3/2011 - Advanced Handicapping7/1/2011 - Advanced Handicapping6/26/2011 - Advanced Handicapping6/24/2011 - Advanced Handicapping6/19/2011 - Advanced Handicapping6/17/2011 - Advanced Handicapping6/12/2011 - Advanced Handicapping6/11/2011 - Advanced Handicapping6/5/2011 - Advanced Handicapping6/3/2011 - Advanced Handicapping5/28/2011 - Advanced Handicapping5/27/2011 - Advanced Handicapping5/22/2011 - Handicapping 1015/21/2011 - Handicapping 1015/20/2011 - Handicapping 1015/15/2011 - Handicapping 1015/14/2011 - Handicapping 1015/13/2011 - Handicapping 1015/8/2011 - Handicapping 1015/7/2011 - Handicapping 1015/6/2011 - Handicapping 1015/1/2011 - Handicapping 1014/30/2011 - Handicapping 1014/29/2011 - Handicapping 1014/24/2011 - Handicapping 1014/23/2011 - Handicapping 1014/22/2011 - Handicapping 1014/17/2011 - Handicapping 1014/16/2011 - Handicapping 1014/15/2011 - Handicapping 1014/11/2011 - Handicapping 1014/10/2011 - Handicapping 1014/9/2011 - Handicapping 1014/8/2011 - Handicapping 1014/3/2011 - Handicapping 1014/2/2011 - Handicapping 1014/1/2011 - Handicapping 1013/27/2011 - Handicapping 1013/26/2011 - Handicapping 1013/25/2011 - Handicapping 1013/20/2011 - Handicapping 1013/19/2011 - Handicapping 1013/18/2011 - Handicapping 1013/13/2011 - Handicapping 1013/12/2011 - Handicapping 1013/11/2011 - Handicapping 1013/6/2011 - Handicapping 1013/5/2011 - Handicapping 1013/4/2011 - Handicapping 1012/27/2011 - Handicapping 1012/26/2011 - Handicapping 1012/25/2011 - Handicapping 1012/18/2011 - Handicapping 1012/14/2011 - Handicapping 1012/13/2011 - Handicapping 1012/12/2011 - Handicapping 1012/6/2011 - Handicapping 1012/5/2011 - Handicapping 1012/4/2011 - Handicapping 1011/30/2011 - Handicapping 1011/29/2011 - Handicapping 1011/28/2011 - Handicapping 1011/23/2011 - Handicapping 1011/21/2011 - Handicapping 1011/20/2011 - Handicapping 1011/15/2011 - Handicapping 1011/14/2011 - Handicapping 1011/8/2011 - Handicapping 1011/7/2011 - Handicapping 1011/6/2011 - Handicapping 1011/2/2011 - Handicapping 101 - NFL12/31/2010 - Handicapping 10112/30/2010 - Handicapping 10112/26/2010 - Handicapping 101 - NFL12/24/2010 - Handicapping 10112/23/2010 - Handicapping 10112/18/2010 - Handicapping 101 - NFL12/17/2010 - Handicapping 10112/16/2010 - Handicapping 10112/13/2010 - Handicapping 101 - Bowls12/12/2010 - Handicapping 101 - NFL12/10/2010 - Handicapping 10112/9/2010 - Handicapping 101 - NBA12/5/2010 - Handicapping 101 - NFL12/3/2010 - Handicapping 10112/2/2010 - Handicapping 10111/28/2010 - NFL Handicapping 10111/26/2010 - Handicapping 10111/24/2010 - Handicapping 10111/21/2010 - NFL Handicapping 10111/19/2010 - Handicapping 10111/18/2010 - Handicapping 10111/14/2010 - NFL Handicapping 10111/12/2010 - Handicapping 10111/11/2010 - Handicapping 10111/7/2010 - NFL Handicapping 10111/5/2010 - Handicapping 10111/4/2010 - Handicapping 10110/30/2010 - NFL Handicapping 10110/29/2010 - Handicapping 10110/28/2010 - Handicapping 10110/22/2010 - Handicapping 10110/21/2010 - Handicapping 10110/16/2010 - NFL Handicapping 10110/15/2010 - Handicapping 10110/14/2010 - Handicapping 10110/8/2010 - NFL Handicapping 10110/7/2010 - Handicapping 10110/6/2010 - Handicapping 10110/1/2010 - Handicapping 1019/30/2010 - Handicapping 1019/22/2010 - Handicapping 101

 717 GRIZZLIES
 718 THUNDER
4/21/2014 8:00 PM(et)
+7½
-7½
189½ 
+7
-7
189½ 
+7
-7
189 
+7
-7
189½ 
+7
-7
189½ 
+7
-7
189½ 
 719 WARRIORS
 720 CLIPPERS
4/21/2014 10:30 PM(et)
+8
-8
212 
+8
-8
212½ 
+8
-8
212 
+8
-8
212½ 
+8
-8
212 
+8
-8
212½ 
 721 HAWKS
 722 PACERS
4/22/2014 7:00 PM(et)
+7
-7
187 
+7
-7
187 
 
+7
-7
186½ 
+7
-7
187 
+7
-7
187 
 723 NETS
 724 RAPTORS
4/22/2014 7:30 PM(et)
+4½
-4½
188 
+4½
-4½
187½ 
 
+4½
-4½
187½ 
+4½
-4½
187½ 
+4½
-4½
187½ 
 951 REDS
 952 PIRATES
4/21/2014 7:05 PM(et)
+120
-120
7½p 
+128
-138
7p 
+115
-135
7u 
+115
-135
7u 
+120
-130
7p 
+110
-130
7p 
 953 CARDINALS
 954 METS
4/21/2014 7:10 PM(et)
-140
+140
off 
-112
+102
7½u 
-113
-107
7½u 
-110
-110
7½u 
-112
+102
7½u 
-105
-115
7½u 
 955 MARLINS
 956 BRAVES
4/21/2014 7:10 PM(et)
-120
+120
7½p 
+175
-185
7o 
+165
-190
7o 
+160
-180
7p 
+172
-182
7o 
+160
-190
7p 
 957 DIAMONDBACKS
 958 CUBS
4/21/2014 8:05 PM(et)
-125
+125
7½u 
+113
-123
 
+107
-127
 
+115
-135
 
+113
-123
 
+120
-140
 
 959 PADRES
 960 BREWERS
4/21/2014 8:10 PM(et)
+140
-140
10p 
+108
-118
7½u 
EVEN
-120
7½u 
-105
-115
7½u 
+108
-118
7½u 
-105
-115
7½u 
 961 GIANTS
 962 ROCKIES
4/21/2014 8:40 PM(et)
+200
-200
8u 
+115
-125
10½u 
+110
-130
10½u 
+115
-135
10½p 
+116
-126
10½u 
+125
-145
10½u 
 963 PHILLIES
 964 DODGERS
4/21/2014 10:10 PM(et)
-120
+120
6½o 
+104
-114
7u 
EVEN
-120
7o 
EVEN
-120
7o 
+104
-114
7u 
+110
-130
7o 
 965 ORIOLES
 966 REDSOX
4/21/2014 11:05 AM(et)
+105
-105
8½u 
+140
-150
8½u 
+140
-155
8½u 
+135
-155
9u 
+135
-150
8½u 
+145
-170
9u 
 967 WHITESOX
 968 TIGERS
4/21/2014 7:08 PM(et)
+140
-140
7½o 
+183
-195
8½u 
+170
-200
8½u 
+150
-170
8u 
+165
-195
8½u 
+180
-220
8o 
 969 ROYALS
 970 INDIANS
4/21/2014 7:05 PM(et)
+120
-120
9p 
+144
-154
8o 
+130
-150
8o 
+125
-145
8u 
+135
-150
8o 
+135
-160
8u 
 971 RANGERS
 972 ATHLETICS
4/21/2014 10:05 PM(et)
+130
-130
8½p 
-115
+105
6½u 
-125
+105
6½u 
-140
+120
6½p 
-125
+105
6½u 
-140
+120
6½p 
 973 ASTROS
 974 MARINERS
4/21/2014 10:10 PM(et)
+200
-200
7o 
+235
-255
6½u 
+230
-270
6½u 
+230
-270
6½u 
+230
-260
6½u 
+240
-300
6½p 
 975 ANGELS
 976 NATIONALS
4/21/2014 7:05 PM(et)
+130
-130
7½p 
+106
-116
8u 
-105
-115
8u 
-110
-110
8u 
+104
-114
8u 
+105
-125
8u 

No National Football League games scheduled.

No College FootballI-A games scheduled.

No College Basketball games scheduled.

OpeningCurrent Lines around Las Vegas
Click Here to get Your Free Football Forecast Newsletter

With well over 130 college teams in NCAA Division 1 Football, even a small thing happening at one of those schools can impact college football lines, sometimes in a big way. Kelso's college football news keeps you abreast of everything that's happening in NCAA Division 1 football and in every other sports and division for that matter.

Whether it's a new head coach or a retiring offensive coach / defensive coach. Or a key player on suspension for an infraction or a even a car accident. You need to be among the first to know... You want to get in before the college football lines change as a result... If you're the last to know, you definitely pay the price. KelsoSportsHandicapping.com keeps you a step ahead.

Enroll for a free membership today! And don't forget to sign up for our free picks.

Surging Hokies host hapless Blue Devils

Blacksburg, VA (Sports Network) - The 23rd-ranked Virginia Tech Hokies have clearly turned their season around, and they are set to play host to the struggling Duke Blue Devils in ACC action.

Duke opened the season with a 14-point victory over FCS foe Elon, but the Blue Devils have suffered five consecutive losses since that point. The last four defeats have come by double figures, including last weekend's 28-13 setback against Miami at home that featured seven turnovers.

"I don't know if I've ever had seven turnovers," said Duke coach David Cutcliffe. "That's obviously a big concern."

As for Virginia Tech, it began the campaign with back-to-back losses to Boise State and James Madison, but coach Frank Beamer's club deserves a great deal of credit for staying unified and ripping off five consecutive wins. The most recent triumph occurred last weekend over Wake Forest by a 52-21 final, and all five wins during the current streak have come by double figures.

"I thought we took a step as a football team," Beamer said after the win over Wake. "Last week, I was worried about a couple of guys assuming we were going to be okay and not going out there and playing, but I thought, for the most part, we were playing [against Wake]."

Virginia Tech owns a 10-7 series lead over Duke, which includes nine consecutive victories over the Blue Devils.

Duke is generating 25.3 ppg and 399.0 total ypg, numbers that are slightly better than what would normally be expected from a 1-5 football team. The ground attack has been largely unproductive, however, accounting for just 121.8 ypg at a clip of 3.7 yards per carry. As a result, a great deal of pressure has fallen on quarterback Sean Renfree. Although he has thrown for 1,621 yards and 10 touchdowns, Renfree has been intercepted 14 times, a total that is simply unacceptable. Conner Vernon paces the receivers with 37 catches for 581 yards and three scores.

It can certainly be argued with validity that the 19 turnovers committed by Duke has routinely put the team's defense in unfavorable situations. Still, there is clearly room for improvement on that side of the ball, as the Blue Devils are yielding 37.8 ppg and 434.5 total ypg. The fact is that they have been unable to stop the run or slow down the opposing passing attack. Foes are rushing for 210.8 ypg against Duke at a clip of 4.9 yards per carry, and the Blue Devils are also yielding 223.7 ypg through the air on 16.4 yards per completion.

Against Miami last time out, Duke finished with only 292 total yards while allowing 448 yards to the Hurricanes. Renfree was downright terrible in that contest, as he was intercepted five times and completed just 18-of-38 passes. Backup quarterback Brandon Connette, a freshman, saw some action in relief, and one can't help but wonder if Renfree's leash is getting shorter.

"If you look at all of our losses, there have been a lot of turnovers," said Connette after the game. "I know Sean is going to work hard at it this week and will come back strong next week."

Through seven contests, Virginia Tech is posting 36.0 ppg and 415.1 total ypg. As is usually the case with Beamer's teams, the Hokies are a run-oriented offense, and quarterback Tyrod Taylor leads the way with 480 rushing yards. Darren Evans has run for a team-high eight touchdowns, but both of those runners take a back seat to Ryan Williams when he is healthy. The standout tailback missed last week's tilt with a hamstring injury but is expected to be in action against Duke. Taylor has completed 62.4 percent of his passes with 12 scores against only three interceptions, and Jarrett Boykins paces the receivers with 29 grabs for 469 yards and five touchdowns.

Foes are managing 21.9 ppg against 354.7 total ypg against the VaTech defense, which has room for improvement against both the run and the pass. The Hokies are permitting 4.6 yards per rushing attempt and 12.4 yards per pass completion, numbers that simply must improve if Tech is to win the ACC.

Against Wake Forest last weekend, Tech posted staggering totals of 35 first downs and 605 yards of total offense. The Hokies got three rushing scores from Evans and one from Taylor, who also passes for 292 yards and three touchdowns. Defensively, the Hokies limited the Demon Deacons to 92 passing yards on 17 attempts and permitted a mere nine first downs all afternoon.

"We made plays all day on defense, but there were about five or six plays where we weren't as sound as we needed to be," linebacker Bruce Taylor said after the win, pointing out the minor negatives in what was an otherwise tremendous performance.

10/20/2010 10:58:28 AM