If I want to know more about sports betting on college football teams, their track records and the money line? I go to Covers.com. There is more to just picking a team with a better record because upsets do happen. I hate losing. If I want to know the consensus data on what’s happening in Las Vegas, I go to Covers.com.
Covers.com has statistical analysis for betting fans like me on all games to increase my knowledge and participation. In addition to that, there are many things to do on Covers.com. If I am new to the betting scene, I should know a few things about the “ats”,”moneyline” and “over/under” line. There is something called “the ats line” and a number underneath it. For example(ats line -12 Michigan and +12 Iowa). This means Michigan is the favorite to win the game by at least 12 points. If I am betting the ats, Michigan must win better than 12 points or it is considered a push if they win exactly by 12 points. ATS means against the spread. The moneyline is much easier for me to win than the ats. For example if Michigan is the favorite to win the game, it would look like this (moneyline -427 Michigan and +363 Iowa). This bet can seem unattractive from any bettor’s standpoint because laying $100 on Michigan would mean getting back only $23 if they win. If I bet Iowa and they win, I would get back $363. The “over/under” line is the total combined score between the two teams. For example (55 over Michigan and 55 under Iowa). In addition to this, there will be numbers located next to it such as (55 over -115 55 under -105). So if Michigan beats Iowa by the score of 26-14, the combined scores would be 40. If I bet the 55 over -115, I would lose my money.
I like Covers.com because they also cover sports betting on NCAAF odds for the National football league, Major League baseball, NCAA basketball, soccer, horse racing and more. I am able to talk about sports stuff in the forum and make friends. I can use Covers.com articles to explain in precise detail how to increase my chances of winning money. I decided long ago that everything I’ll ever need is right here at Covers.com. I hope I covered everything.