Joe Fortenbaugh breaks down the best and worst plays this week
Is 2014 the year Oregon finally breaks through and wins a national championship?
200 “Games of the Year” lines hit the board Friday afternoon in Vegas.
Quarterback Brett Hundley and the UCLA Bruins enter the 2014 season with their highest expectations in over a decade.
Nick Saban and the Alabama Crimson Tide lead the way at 10.5 wins.
Will Larry Fedora’s third year in Chapel Hill lead to big things for North Carolina?
The Super Bowl participants lead the way with opening win totals of 11.
With the 2014 NFL draft behind us, let’s take a look at where each team currently stands in the eyes of Vegas.
Four plays to consider as we get closer to the start of this year’s selection show.
Billed as their “Games of the Year,” the popular Vegas sports book is now offering a total of 96 regular season matchups to wager upon.
Seattle opens as a 5-point favorite for their Thursday night showdown with Green Bay.
A look at five solid teams from last season that could be headed for a regression in 2014.
Two weeks after hitting the board, nine offerings have moved by a half game.