Thursday Service Plays

Re: Thursday Service Plays

John Fina

Selection: Oakland/Kansas City Over 9 [Game #2]

Put us down on the Oakland Athletics/Kansas City Royals Over 9 [Game #2] for our Free MLB Selection on Thursday. Today we see a high-scoring game as the Oakland Athletics do battle with the Kansas City Royals. One reason why we see a high-scoring game is because both these teams will send to the mound struggling starting pitchers. This says it all... The Oakland Athletics Starting Pitcher (Dan Meyer) has a 6.94 ERA in his last 3 starts, while Kansas City Royals Starting Pitcher (Kyle Davies) has a 5.17 ERA in his last 3 starts. As you can see, both these pitchers have been having huge pitching problems as of late. To say the least, we should see a high-scoring game. Take the Oakland Athletics/Kansas City Royals Over 9 [Game #2]!

mvbski
useravatar
Offline
43759 Posts
Administrator has disabled public posting

Re: Thursday Service Plays

Tony Mathews

Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Cincinnati Reds
Selection: Pittsburgh/Cincinnati Over 9.5

The Cincinnati Reds will use starting pitcher Tom Gorzelanny. Tom Gorzelanny has been having huge pitching problems this season. In fact, Tom Gorzelanny has a 6.61 ERA on the season. In addition, Tom Gorzelanny has a 8.82 ERA in his last 3 starts. We see Tom Gorzelanny pitching another bad game today.

The Cincinnati Reds will use starting pitcher Josh Fogg. Josh Fogg has also been having huge pitching problems this season. In fact, Josh Fogg has a 7.29 ERA on the season. We see Josh Fogg also pitching another bad game today.

The bottom line, we see both teams scoring many runs today!

Take the Pittsburgh Pirates/Cincinnati Reds Over 9.5

mvbski
useravatar
Offline
43759 Posts
Administrator has disabled public posting

Re: Thursday Service Plays

Brian Marshall

Washington Nationals vs. Atlanta Braves
Play: Washington/Atlanta Over 10

The Washington Nationals will be lead by starting pitcher Jason Bergmann. Jason Bergmann has been struggling as of late. In fact, Jason Bergmann has a 6.88 ERA in his last 3 starts. We see Jason Bergmann giving up many runs once again today.

The Atlanta Braves will be lead by starting pitcher Jo Jo Reyes. Jo Jo Reyes has also been struggling as of late. In fact, Jo Jo Reyes has a 6.32 ERA in his last 3 starts. We also see Jo Jo Reyes giving up many runs today.

The Over is a perfect 6-0 in the last 6 meetings between these teams, and we see another high-scoring game today!

Take the Washington Nationals/Atlanta Braves Over 10

mvbski
useravatar
Offline
43759 Posts
Administrator has disabled public posting

Re: Thursday Service Plays

PlusLineSports

LAA vs Detroit

LAA-1.5

mvbski
useravatar
Offline
43759 Posts
Administrator has disabled public posting

Re: Thursday Service Plays

SCOTT FERRALL

BEST IN BOLD

LITSCH AND TORONTO -115 over Slowey and Minnesota

Angels -145 at Detroit--Ervin Santana over Kenny Rogers


Milwaukee -220 over San Diego--Suppan ends the Brew Crew skid


mvbski
useravatar
Offline
43759 Posts
Administrator has disabled public posting

Re: Thursday Service Plays

Vegas Experts

South Carolina at Vanderbilt

When these two SEC rivals met last year, they combined for a scant 23 points and we look for a similar low-scoring battle tonight, noting that the "other USC" has #2 Georgia on deck and won't look to do anything remarkably new on offense here. We also don't forsee another 21-point 4th Quarter explosion from the Gamecocks on the horizon. Spurrier's team is also 8-2 Under in the road favorit role.

Play on: Under

mvbski
useravatar
Offline
43759 Posts
Administrator has disabled public posting

Re: Thursday Service Plays

Matt Fargo

Minnesota Twins vs. Toronto Blue Jays    
Play: Toronto Blue Jays   

Toronto picked up yet another big come from behind victory last night over Minnesota giving it four straight wins and keeping slim hopes alive. The Blue Jays are now 39-29 at home and after getting shutdown for a three-game stretch, the offense has come alive with 6.3 rpg over the last four games. The pitching remains the constant as Toronto has a 3.61 ERA on the season including 3.22 at home, 1st and 3rd respectively in baseball. The 1.25 WHIP is also best in the bigs.

Minnesota is now a game back of the White Sox in the American League Central as it has been on a rough stretch as this roadtrip may finally be catching up. After winning the first two road games in Anaheim, the Twins are 3-8 over their last 11 to drop to 31-39 away from home on the season. Pitching has been the problem on the road as Minnesota has a 5.01 ERA which is 6th worst in all of baseball. The Twins have now lost all five meetings with Toronto this year and eight straight dating back to last season.

Kevin Slowey is pitching some fantastic baseball right now and that is the main reason for this favorable line. However more should go into it than that and that is why this price is so good. Slowey has allowed two runs or fewer is five straight starts and his K:BB ratio has been silly at 42:3 over his last seven starts. Despite his last two outings on this trip, he has had trouble on the road with a 4.13 ERA and 1.22 WHIP and I don’t see him making it three straight quality performances on the road.

While Slowey has been excellent, Jesse Litsch has been pitching nearly as good. After a stint down in the Minors to fix some things, he is back to his early season form that saw him post a 3.18 ERA through his first 11 starts of the season. Since being promoted, he has tossed three straight quality starts, while putting up a 1.37 ERA and 1.12 WHIP. He has been solid at home, going 5-2 with a 3.18 ERA in 10 starts, six of which were quality. He is 2-0 with a 3.18 ERA in three career starts against Minnesota. Play Toronto Blue Jays 1.5 Units

mvbski
useravatar
Offline
43759 Posts
Administrator has disabled public posting

Re: Thursday Service Plays

Drew Gordon

Minnesota at TORONTO -110 

Looking for the Blue Jays to break out the brooms here tonight at home, as they continue their recent dominance of the Twins, adding to their already impressive 8 straight wins in this series tonight!

How do they do it? Well, it all starts with Jesse Litsch, who's been downright nasty over his last 3 starts, going 1-1 with a lockdown 1.37 ERA! That includes his last home start, where he tossed 6 scoreless innings against the high-powered Red Sox offense! Litsch is also 5-2 with a 3.18 ERA at the Rogers Centre this season AND 2-0 with a 3.18 ERA in 3 career starts against the Twins!

We already saw this match up once, with Litsch squaring off against Kevin Slowey back on May 13th, and although it was close, Litsch was clearly the winner. Same goes for tonight, as despite pitching well in his last 3 starts, Slowey has not pitched well against the Blue Jays, going 0-1 with an ugly 5.91 ERA in 2 career starts against them. Also, his ERA is almost a run higher on the highway, jumping from 3.23 at the Metrodome to 4.13 anywhere else!

Besides the fact Minnesota is winless in their last 8 tries against the Toronto, there's also the bullpen factor, which we saw play a prominent role in the first two games of this series. Joe Nathan is struggling bad, as is the rest of Twins bullpen, posting 5.33 ERA over their last 10 games, compared to a 1.75 ERA over the same span for the Blue Jays. In the end, the Twins have obviously lost focus on this long road trip and its paid dividends for the Blue Jays... More of the same tonight, as Litsch and the Jays 'pen once again outdo the Twinkies in this one!

Take Toronto behind Litsch over Minnesota and Slowey in this MLB match up.

2♦ TORONTO

mvbski
useravatar
Offline
43759 Posts
Administrator has disabled public posting

Re: Thursday Service Plays

The Gold Medal Club

Washington @ Atlanta
PLAY OVER 9.5

On a very short card tonight we found a play that deserves considering.We are not exactly dealing with dominant pitchers in tonight's match up.Bergman who goes for the Nationals is 0-1 in his last 3 starts with an era of 6.89. Jo Jo Reyes has been horrid in his last 3 starts, going 0- in his last 3 starts with an era of 6.32, but even more disturbing is his season long record of 2-7 with an era of 7.74! We take note that 4 of 5 played this season in Atlanta between these teams has gone OVER.
Expect lots of runs in this game.

mvbski
useravatar
Offline
43759 Posts
Administrator has disabled public posting

Re: Thursday Service Plays

JB's Computer Picks

Toronto Blue Jays -115

Washington Nationals +105

Milwaukee Brewers -240

NFL

New York Giants - 4½

mvbski
useravatar
Offline
43759 Posts
Administrator has disabled public posting

Re: Thursday Service Plays

Allen Eastman

Take Vanderbilt (+10) over South Carolina

Vanderbilt brings back just three offensive starters from 2008 and is just 3-14 and 5-11-1 ATS against the Gamecocks. But they managed a road upset, 17-6 as 13-point underdogs, last season and it was their highest win over a ranked opponent in 70 years. This should be a close game so we’ll take the points.

mvbski
useravatar
Offline
43759 Posts
Administrator has disabled public posting

Re: Thursday Service Plays

EZWINNERS

1 STAR: (908) DETROIT (+$141) over LA Angels
(Listing Rogers only)
(Risking $100 to win $141)

1 STAR: (901) PITTSBURGH (+$114) over Cincinnati
(Action)
(Risking $100 to win $114)

mvbski
useravatar
Offline
43759 Posts
Administrator has disabled public posting

Re: Thursday Service Plays

ARMVIN

KANSAS CITY ROYALS -109
WASHINGTON/NY GIANTS Over 41
VANDERBILT 10


PlayByPlayInc.

Wash/NYG Over
SC/ Vandy Over


Mighty Quinn

Redskins


Mike Wynn

Braves


Nathan Armstrong

WASHINGTON
VANDERBILT


JerseySteveWins

Vanderbilt +10

   
Vegas Vet    

Pittsburgh    


Aftermath Sports

Pittsburgh/Cincinnati Over 9.5

   
Jason Deihl

LA Angels -1.5    


floridabookybusters

Oakland/Kansas City Under 9    


James Patrick Sports

Nationals/Braves Over


ARTHUR RALPH

Redskins/Giants 41 .5 Under


JH-SPORTSLINE

Redskins +4.5


Cappers Access

Redskins
Vandy


Joe Wiz

Twins
Angels


Bob Donahue

Royals Gm 2


Lance's Lock

Redskins


Maddux Sports

Washington/NY Under 41.5


NFL Wise Guys

Giants


Vegas Hotsheet

South Carolina -10


Killer Bee Sports

Vanderbilt +10


Joey Hannigan Playmakers

South Carolina -9.5


ELP sports

Toronto


Insider Sports Report

Minnesota/Toronto UNDER 9 


MVP

NATIONALS +115


RAZOR SHARP

NY YANKEES/TAMPA BAY UNDER


TOTALS 4 U

OAKLAND/KANSAS CITY UNDER


BIG TIME SPORTS

A's / ROYALS UNDER 8.5


#1 SPORTS

ATHLETICS/ROYALS UNDER 9


Hawkeye

Atlanta


DARK HORSE

LA Angels -145

mvbski
useravatar
Offline
43759 Posts
Administrator has disabled public posting

Re: Thursday Service Plays

Sports Advisors

NFL

Washington at N.Y. Giants

The defending Super Bowl champion Giants kick off the NFL’s 2008 season at home against the NFC East rival Redskins, who are looking for a return trip to the playoffs, this time under first-year coach Jim Zorn.

New York (10-6 SU and ATS in 2007) won three of its last five regular-season games to earn a wild-card spot, then left the Big Apple for four straight weeks en route to four straight playoff upsets. The Giants capped their stunning run with a 17-14 Super Bowl victory over previously unbeaten New England as a 12½-point underdog, the franchise’s third Super Bowl title.

Washington (9-7, 7-7-2 ATS in 2007) was a surprise guest at the 2007 playoff party, closing the season with four straight wins to steal a wild-card spot. However, the Redskins’ postseason stay didn’t last long, as they went scoreless for three quarters in an opening-round game at Seattle, then gave up three fourth-quarter TDs in a 35-14 loss to the Seahawks as a three-point underdog.

Giants QB Eli Manning, who had a serviceable regular season (3,336 passing yards, 23 TDs, 20 INTs), threw just one INT in the playoffs versus six TD tosses, including the title winner to Plaxico Burress in the final minute of play. Manning and Burress return to an offense that averaged 23.3 points and 331.4 yards per game, both of which ranked in the middle of the NFL’s pack.

Defensively, New York yielded 21.9 points and 305 yards per outing, the latter ranking fifth-best in the league. However, gone are defensive line stalwarts Michael Strahan (retirement) and Osi Umenyiora (season-ending injury), who combined for 22 sacks last year.

After starting QB Jason Campbell (knee) went down late last year, journeyman Todd Collins took over the offense and helped the Redskins to their late-season flourish. Campbell, who will return to his starting role, completed 60 percent of his passes for 2,700 yards in 13 games last year, with a TD-to-INT ratio of 12-11. Washington put up 20.9 points and 333.4 yards per game in 2007, and yielded 19.4 points and 305.2 yards per outing.

Including the playoffs, the Giants were a moneymaking machine away from home last year, going 10-2 ATS in road/neutral site games. In East Rutherford, however, they were 3-5 SU and 4-4 ATS, failing to cash in three of their last four home games. New York was also 6-4 ATS laying points last year and split the cash in its six division games. On the positive end, Tom Coughlin’s club enters 2008 on ATS streaks of 6-0 overall (playoffs included), 16-6 since late 2006, 5-1 in conference play and 9-4-1 inside the NFC East.

The Redskins went 4-4 SU and 4-3-1 ATS on the road last year, though they did cash in back-to-back roadies against the Giants and Vikings in December en route to making the playoffs. Washington is on a 4-1 ATS run overall but is just 9-19-4 ATS in its last 32 September games and 2-6-2 ATS in its past 10 season openers.

These two teams split last year’s season series, with the road team scoring an upset in each contest. The favorite is on a 5-2 ATS run in the last seven clashes.

Defending Super Bowl champs are 6-0-1 ATS the last seven years in these season-opening prime-time affairs.

For Washington, the under has cashed in five straight season openers and is on further runs of 6-1-1 in September and 17-8-3 against the NFC East. Meanwhile, for New York, the under is on streaks of 5-1 in division play and 5-1 inside the conference. Finally, the under has been the play in five straight series meetings at Giants Stadium.

ATS ADVANTAGE: N.Y. GIANTS and UNDER


COLLEGE FOOTBALL

(24) South Carolina (1-0 SU and ATS) at Vanderbilt (1-0 SU and ATS)

Two teams coming off impressive blowout wins open the SEC campaign against one another, as Steve Spurrier takes South Carolina to Vanderbilt for a battle with the Commodores in a nationally televised affair.

The Gamecocks looked sluggish in taking just a 3-0 first-half lead last Thursday against N.C. State, but then exploded for 31 points after the break en route to a 34-0 victory as a 14-point home favorite. South Carolina, which snapped a five-game SU and six-game ATS losing skid with the win and cover, was dominant on defense, allowing just 138 total yards (49 passing) while forcing four turnovers.

Vanderbilt went to Miami (Ohio) last Thursday as a 3½-point road underdog and rolled to a 34-13 upset victory, snapping a four-game slide (1-3 ATS) that dated to the end of the 2007 campaign. The Commodores had just a 20-yard edge in total offense (360-340), but they had 269 rushing yards, while the defense picked off three Miami (Ohio) passes.

South Carolina will have revenge in mind tonight after last season’s stunning 17-6 loss to Vandy as a 13-point home favorite – a defeat that started the Gamecocks’ season-ending five-game slide and snapped a seven-game winning streak over the Commodores. The visitor has dominated this rivalry from a pointspread perspective, going 5-0 ATS in the last five clashes, and South Carolina has won five straight at Vandy.

The Gamecocks are on ATS streaks of 9-3 against winning teams, 10-3-1 on the road, 5-1 in September and 4-0 on Thursday nights. However, they failed to cash in their last four SEC games in 2007. Meanwhile, the Commodores are 10-2 ATS in their past 12 in September, but 5-11 ATS in their last 16 at home and 3-6 ATS in the last nine as a home pup.

After a shaky outing from starting QB Tommy Beecher last week (12 completions, 4 INTs), Spurrier has turned his offense over to sophomore Chris Smelley, who went 5-for-5 for 92 yards and two TD passes in relief of Beecher versus N.C. State. However, last year at Vandy, Smelley finished 14-for-24 for just 154 yards with no TDs and two INTS.

For Vanderbilt, the under is on runs of 10-3 overall, 7-1 at home, 8-1 in SEC play and 6-1 in September. Meanwhile, the under is 5-2 in South Carolina’s last seven overall and 25-9 in its last 34 on the highway.

ATS ADVANTAGE: SOUTH CAROLINA and UNDER


AMERICAN LEAGUE

N.Y. Yankees (75-64) at Tampa Bay (84-53)

The Yankees gun for an important three-game sweep of the first-place Rays, but to do so they’ll need Darrell Rasner (5-9, 5.08 ERA) to outpitch Tampa ace Scott Kazmir (10-6, 3.13).

Despite cruising to wins of 7-2 on Tuesday and 8-4 on Wednesday, New York still trails the first-place Rays by 10 games in the A.L. East and wild-card-leading Boston by 6½ games. The Yankees have won six straight on the road, scoring 50 runs in the six contests. However, they’re 5-11 in Rasner’s last 16 starts overall and 2-7 in his last nine on the highway.

Tampa Bay has followed up a five-game winning streak with consecutive losses, and its A.L. East lead over Boston is down to three games. The Rays are still on impressive runs of 23-9 overall, 48-14 at home, 55-27 against right-handed starters, 36-19 against winning teams and 5-2 versus A.L. East rivals. Tampa is also 16-5 in Kazmir’s last 21 trips to the mound overall and 20-8 in his last 28 outings at home.

New York has now won nine of the last 12 meetings with the Rays, including the last four in a row.

Rasner has just one quality start in his last 10 outings, and he’s surrendered 10 runs (seven earned) in his last two outings spanning 9 1/3 innings, with the Yankees beating Baltimore 8-7 on the road and losing to Toronto 7-6 at home. The right-hander is just 2-6 with a 5.53 ERA on the road, and tonight marks his first career start against Tampa Bay.

Kazmir is 2-0 with a 2.60 ERA in his last three starts, allowing five runs in 17 1/3 innings, with Tampa Bay beating the Rangers (7-4 on the road), White Sox (5-3 on the road) and Orioles (14-3 at home). The Rays are 7-1 in Kazmir’s last eight trips to the hill, with the southpaw yielding two earned runs or fewer in six of those contests.

Kazmir is 6-1 with a 2.30 ERA in 11 home starts, and the Rays have won 10 of those outings. Also, even though he’s just 3-4 in 11 career games (10 starts) against the Yankees, he’s got a 2.76 ERA. In two starts versus the Bronx Bombers this season, he’s 1-1 with a 1.64 ERA.

The first two games of this series have flown over the posted total. The over is also 8-2 in New York’s last 10 games overall (5-0 last five), 6-1 in New York’s last seven on the road, 7-2 in Tampa’s last nine overall (5-0 last five, all at home) and 9-3-1 in Rasner’s last 13 trips to the bump.

ATS ADVANTAGE: N.Y. YANKEES and OVER

mvbski
useravatar
Offline
43759 Posts
Administrator has disabled public posting

Re: Thursday Service Plays

Matt Foust

Washington Redskins @ New York Giants Under 41.0

The NFL season ramps up tonight with a NFC East division battle between the Giants and Redskins. New York will play host as they celebrate last season’s Super Bowl Championship. It should be an exciting game, but we are going to go with a play on the under 41.

The Washington Redskins have a number of offensive weapons and one of those is quarterback Jason Campbell. However, Campbell, along with his offensive teammates, will be working Jim Zorn’s offense for the first time in a game that counts. They will be doing so in front of a fired up capacity crowd. It will not be an easy task for them to move up and down the field, and they will need to establish the running game if they are to do so. If they get the ground game rolling, they will eat more clock, if they do not, Campbell and the offense will be in for a long night. They Giants secondary can be exploited, but if Campbell is under pressure, that possibility remains remote. Despite the loss of Strahan and Umenyiora, the Giants defensive line is still solid, and Justin Tuck is a game changing force.

The Giants, like the Redskins, will be working against a solid run defense, but I look for them to go right after Washington’s defensive line. Coughlin wants to control the clock and get Eli Manning in a comfort zone; the best way to do that is to pound the ball on the ground. The Giants will be looking to win the same way they did in the post-season: shut down the other team’s passing game with pressure on the quarterback, control the clock by pounding the ball on the ground, and take advantage of big play opportunities when they present themselves. This is also a good formula for going under the total.

Things to consider: The under was 4-2 last season when the Giants played a division opponent, the under is 5-9-1 in the Giants last 15 games as a home favorite versus an NFC East foe, the under is 4-10-1 in the Giants last 15 as a home favorite against any team, the under is 3-10-2 in Washington’s last 15 games as a road dog versus an NFC East team, and the under is 7-0-1 in the last eight games between these two teams at New York (average game score 25.6).

Pick: Take the UNDER 41

mvbski
useravatar
Offline
43759 Posts
Administrator has disabled public posting

Re: Thursday Service Plays

FRANK ROSENTHAL

901 PIRATES OVER 9.5 SB+
907 ANGELS-150 SB
912 RAYS-165 SB

NFL - WEEK 1
452 GMEN-4 SB
UNDER 41.5 SB

COLLEGE FOOTBALL THURSDAY
301 SO CAROLINA-9.5 SB

mvbski
useravatar
Offline
43759 Posts
Administrator has disabled public posting

Re: Thursday Service Plays

WILD BILL

Pirates +120 (5 units)
Reds-Pirates Over 9 1/2 (5 units)
Washington +115 (5 units)
Padres +210 (5 units)
Twins +105 (5 units)
Twins-Jays Over 8 1/2 (5 units)
A's +105 game 1 (5 units)
A's game 2 (5 units)


Vanderbilt +10 (5 units)

mvbski
useravatar
Offline
43759 Posts
Administrator has disabled public posting

Re: Thursday Service Plays

Chris Jordan

Anaheim -140 at DETROIT 

How this team is laying this cheap a price is beyond me, but okay, let’s take Ervin Santana and lay the chalk against Kenny Rogers. While Santana has seemed to regain his form lately, stifling the Devil Rays, Twins and Rangers in his last three starts, Rogers has been rocked by the lowly Royals twice by identical numbers – six innings and six earned runs. And Detroit’s southpaw is 3-5 at home on the season with a 4.79 ERA, while he’s 1-6 since July 28, having given up 33 earned runs over 40-1/3 innings for an ERA of 7.36. It’s almost tempting to play this one on the run line.

Instead, though, let’s just lay the chalk with Santana, as he’s comes in after pitching brilliantly against the Rangers last Friday, allowing just one run on five hits over eight innings. He was spot on with his 97 mile-per-hour fastball, which was complimented nicely by an assortment of devastating sliders and an occasional changeup. His command of the zone was phenomenal, as he struck out seven and walked just one. And since he’s 4-2 with a 4.62 ERA in six career starts against Detroit, I’d say he’ll be confident in this one.

3♦ ANGELS

mvbski
useravatar
Offline
43759 Posts
Administrator has disabled public posting

Re: Thursday Service Plays

LOCK OF THE DAY

Thursday's Lock: NYG/Redskins Over 41

We'll make a small wager on the Over in tonight's NFL Opener. The Giants have lost their two best defensive players since winnng the Superbowl, Strahan and Umenyiora. Washington will be able to score some points in this game. Jason Campbell is a capable QB and the Skins have some super talent at wide receiver. Eli Manning will also get the G-men into the endzone at least three times. The Over is our pick.

mvbski
useravatar
Offline
43759 Posts
Administrator has disabled public posting

Re: Thursday Service Plays

Brandon Lang

15 Dime NY Giants

Free Sou Carolina

mvbski
useravatar
Offline
43759 Posts
Administrator has disabled public posting

Board Info

Board Stats:
 
Total Topics:
44216
Total Polls:
2
Total Posts:
274372
Average Posts Per Hour:
3.8
User Info:
 
Total Users:
3445
Newest User:
Laurrie Branum
Members Online:
0
Guests Online:
2005

Online: 
There are no members online

Forum Legend:

 Topic
 New
 Locked
 Sticky
 Active
 New/Locked
 Sticky/Locked

Privacy Policy | Terms of Service | Contact Us | Advertising | 888-99-SPREAD

THIS IS NOT A GAMBLING SITE – If you think you have a gambling problem click here.

Disclaimer: This site is for informational and entertainment purposes only. Individual users are responsible for the laws regarding accessing gambling information from their jurisdictions. Many countries around the world prohibit gambling, please check the laws in your location. Any use of this information that may violate any federal, state, local or international law is strictly prohibited.

Copyright: The information contained on TheSpread.com website is protected by international copyright and may not be reproduced, or redistributed in any way without expressed written consent.

About: TheSpread.com is the largest sports betting news site in the United States. We provide point spread news, odds, statistics and information to over 199 countries around the world each year. Our coverage includes all North American College and Professional Sports as well as entertainment, political and proposition wagering news.

©1999-2013 TheSpread.com