Should you fade teams with interim coaches? Host Ed Feng looks at the data on bowl games with one interim coach.
Michigan plays Alabama in the Citrus Bowl. Host Ed Feng digs into the story behind these two teams this season and gives a prediction for the game.
You know to use data and analytics to predict bowl games. But what about another resource, one that doesn't involve data from the current season? Host Ed Feng tells you about a resource and what it says about Washington State vs Air Force.
To win your bowl pool, follow a two step process. Host Ed Feng first discusses which type of bowl pool to enter. Then he describes how to use a favorites versus contrarian strategy based on pool size.
Chris Andrews, director of the South Point sports book in Las Vegas, joins me to discuss his book Then One Day... and football numbers. He discusses his general approach to bookmaking, and how he deals with sharp bettors. He gives a great example of setting the line with Ohio State vs Clemson in the college football playoff. Chris talks about whether "momentum" is useful in either college football or the NFL. Finally, he tells a few of the stories that make his book such a great read.
Rob Pizzola, a professional sports bettor, joins me for a wide ranging conversation on the NFL. He talks about his team and played based models for the NFL. Then Rob discusses how he deals with fast rising teams like Baltimore. Finally, he gives some contrarian opinions on NFL QBs and takes a broad look at the sports betting landscape.