Las Vegas Sports Consultants: The Polls

September 3, 2008

Ken White with Afternoon Gridlock on ESPN Radio 1100 Vegas!

Click Below and Listen to LVSC's Ken White review Week #1 and preview Week #2 of College Football with Paul and Seat from Afternoon Gridlock: September 2, 2008

LVSC Oddsmaker Top 30 College Football Poll: Week #2

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Week #2– 09/01/08

 

Rank

Team

Rating

Previous Rank

Notes

1

Southern Cal

114.4

1

Loaded with talent and speed. Sanchez looked great.

2

Ohio State

111.3

2

Another business like win… Loss of Wells potential blow.

3

Oklahoma

109.9

3

Sooners feature incredible depth across the board.

4

Missouri

109.7

4

Handled Illini in classy fashion.

5

Florida

109.6

5

Workmanlike win over Warriors.

6

West Virginia

108.4

6

White leads explosive offense.

7

Georgia

108.3

7

Cupcake opener to work out the kinks. Lose DT to knee injury.

8

Texas

107.6

8

Professional performance against a well coached team.

9

Texas Tech

106.9

9

Fell asleep in 2nd Qtr. against Eastern Washington.

10

Penn State

105.0

13

Entertain Beavers this week in Happy Valley.

11

LSU

104.9

15

Did not overlook Appalachian State.

11

Brigham Young

104.9

11

Visit Washington this weekend off solid opener.

11

Kansas

104.9

12

Sent Florida International packing.

14

Oregon

104.8

16

Superior athleticism on display against Washington.

15

Auburn

104.1

18

Defense was impressive, new Offense struggled.

16

South Carolina

104.0

14

Spurrier stubborn… Smelly should be starter at QB

17

Clemson

103.8

10

Inexperienced Offensive line pushed around.

17

Texas Christian

103.8

17

Frogs justified oddsmakers high opinion at New Mexico.

19

South Florida

103.6

19

Rivalry game on deck at Central Florida.

20

Wisconsin

103.4

20

Wisky dominates on the ground.

21

California

103.2

21

Big win over quality Michigan State team.

22

Alabama

102.5

NR

Saban turns the tide… Well prepared in the trenches.

23

Utah

102.0

NR

Very solid on both sides of the ball.

24

Arizona

101.9

24

French fried (Idaho) spuds… 70-0!!!

25

Tennessee

101.5

21

All-American PK misses 3 FG’s in loss to UCLA.

25

Oklahoma State

101.5

28

Traveled west and wasted the Cougars. Defense improved.

25

Arizona State

101.5

27

Nothing fancy against Northern Arizona.

28

Virginia Tech

101.0

21

Outplayed by improving East Carolina squad.

28

Cincinnati

101.0

25

Easy win over inferior opponent.

30

Boston College

100.9

29

Pitched a shutout at Kent State.

 The Next Ten:  Illinois, Wake Forest, UCLA, Nebraska, Florida State, Fresno State, Tulsa, Michigan State, East Carolina & North Carolina.

Dropped out of Top 30:  Oregon State (30) & Rutgers (26).

August 27, 2008

Colin Cowherd & Ken White August 26

Click Below and Listen to Colin Cowherd and Las Vegas Sports Consultant's, Ken White, on "The Herd" from ESPN Radio Network. This week's interview: College Football's Under and Over Rated Teams, as well as, adapting to the new rules for NCAA College Football 2008.

August 22, 2008

Ken White with ESPN’s Colin Cowherd

LVSC's Ken White on The Herd with ESPN Radio's Colin Cowherd on the NCAA College Football Polls, Rankings, and Over/Under Team Win Totals! Click Below and Listen to their Interview!

August 19, 2008

LVSC Oddsmaker Top 30 College Football Poll: Preseason 8-17-08

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LVSC Rank

Team

Rating

Final LVSC 2007 Rank

Notes

1

Southern Cal

112.9

1

Will O-line be ready for Buckeyes.

2

Ohio State

111.2

6

Sept 13th at USC will be their biggest test.

3

Oklahoma

109.7

5

Playing their A-game each week will lead them to Jan 8th.

4

Missouri

109.5

7

Everyone knows the offense, however the D could be special.

5

Florida

109.4

8

Can anyone stop the Gators offense???

6

West Virginia

108.6

3

Offense dominates again. D- Coorindinator Casteel retained.

7

Georgia

108.5

4

Suspensions may hurt cohesion later in season.

8

Texas

107.4

11

A top 10 offense, their weakness is in the secondary.

9

Texas Tech

107.0

15

At long last stability at QB in Lubbock. D also solid.

10

Clemson

106.8

15

Needs to avoid annual hiccup, but are loaded at skill positions.

11

Brigham Young

105.5

13

Cougars capable of big year and BCS appearance.

12

Kansas

105.3

9

Jayhawks will not sneak up on anyone. Great Linebackers!

13

Penn State

104.9

18

Lions quietly have won 9+ L3Y. Lost 2 DT to susp.

14

South Carolina

104.2

NR

Spurrier’s D is loaded with 3rd yr starters. QB controversy???

15

LSU

104.1

2

Reloads on a yearly basis. Quarterback a big question mark.

16

Oregon

104.0

NR

QB Roper fits O-Coorindinator Kelly’s offense. Solid all around.

17

Texas Christian

103.8

NR

Attention AP Voters!!! TCU 30-8 last 3 yrs & getting better.

18

Auburn

103.7

25

Brutal SEC schedule plus a trip to West Virginia.

19

South Florida

103.6

27

If QB Grothe stays healthy, Bulls have a chance at the BCS.

20

Wisconsin

103.1

20

Badgers always play to the level opposition.

21

California

102.7

24

Well coached. Reloading on offense. Moving to 3-4 on D!

21

Virginia Tech

102.7

10

Hokies looking for playmakers on both sides of the ball.

21

Tennessee

102.7

17

New up-tempo offense will take time to learn.

24

Arizona

101.6

20

New offense has been a roaring success. Tuitama will go wild.

25

Cincinnati

100.9

19

HC Brian Kelly was a great hire. New QB must fit system.

26

Rutgers

100.5

NR

Rice is gone, however Schiano is still a Jersey Boy…

27

Arizona State

100.4

20

O-Line must improve. QB Carpenter back for senior year.

28

Oklahoma State

100.1

NR

New season same story. Solid offense – weak defense.

29

Boston College

100.0

14

Too many losses on Offense. D will be even stingier.

30

Oregon State

99.9

20

HC Riley is 7-0 in bowls games. 4-0 as HC and 3-0 as OC.

 

The next ten: Alabama, Utah, Wake Forest, Michigan, Illinois, Michigan State, UCLA, Florida State, Nebraska, and Tulsa.

LVSC Oddsmaker Top 30 College Football Poll

Click Below and Listen to Las Vegas Sports Consultant's Ken White and Brian Blessing discuss the LVSC Oddsmaker Top 30 College Football Poll — August 17, 2008.

April 25, 2008

Ken White LIVE with Colin Cowherd on ESPN Radio Network

Click Below and Listen to Las Vegas Sports Consultant's Ken White on "The Herd" with Colin Cowherd from ESPN Radio Network! Ken and Colin discuss the LVSC 2009 BCS National Championship Odds, as well as, the 2008 NFL Draft!

April 24, 2008

ODDS TO WIN THE 2009 BCS NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

ODDS TO WIN THE 2009 BCS NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

ODDS UPDATED AS OF Friday, April 18, 2008

DOLPHIN STADIUM – MIAMI, FL.

January 08, 2009

Date Posted: April 18, 2008

Take Down: January 08, 2009

Wager is on which team will win the 2009 BCS National Championship Game.

All bets are action regardless of when game is played or site relocation.

 

Open 

Current 

Note

SOUTHERN CAL

3/1 

3/1 

 

OKLAHOMA

6/1 

6/1 

 

FLORIDA

6/1 

6/1 

 

OHIO ST

8/1 

8/1 

 

GEORGIA

10/1 

10/1 

 

TEXAS

10/1 

10/1 

 

MISSOURI

10/1 

10/1 

 

LSU

15/1 

15/1 

 

WEST VIRGINIA

15/1 

15/1 

 

CLEMSON

20/1 

20/1 

 

VIRGINIA TECH

22/1 

22/1 

 

AUBURN

25/1 

25/1 

 

KANSAS

25/1 

25/1 

 

TENNESSEE

30/1 

30/1 

 

WISCONSIN

30/1 

30/1 

 

ARIZONA ST

35/1 

35/1 

 

ILLINOIS

40/1 

40/1 

 

CALIFORNIA

40/1 

40/1 

 

MICHIGAN

40/1 

40/1 

 

TEXAS TECH

50/1 

50/1 

 

ALABAMA

50/1 

50/1 

 

S FLORIDA

50/1 

50/1 

 

PENN ST

50/1 

50/1 

 

UCLA

60/1 

60/1 

 

BYU

60/1 

60/1 

 

OREGON

60/1 

60/1 

 

FLORIDA ST

60/1 

60/1 

 

MIAMI-FLA

60/1 

60/1 

 

MICHIGAN ST

75/1 

75/1 

 

RUTGERS

75/1 

75/1 

 

VIRGINIA

75/1 

75/1 

 

TEXAS A&M

75/1 

75/1 

 

NEBRASKA

75/1 

75/1 

 

S CAROLINA

75/1 

75/1 

 

PITTSBURGH

100/1 

100/1 

 

WASHINGTON

100/1 

100/1 

 

WAKE FOREST

100/1 

100/1 

 

OKLAHOMA ST

100/1 

100/1 

 

COLORADO

100/1 

100/1 

 

ARKANSAS

100/1 

100/1 

 

CINCINNATI

100/1 

100/1 

 

BOSTON COLLEGE

100/1 

100/1 

 

IOWA

100/1 

100/1 

 

NOTRE DAME

100/1 

100/1 

 

KANSAS ST

100/1 

100/1 

 

LOUISVILLE

100/1 

100/1 

 

PURDUE

100/1 

100/1 

 

ARIZONA

125/1 

125/1 

 

KENTUCKY

125/1 

125/1 

 

OREGON ST

125/1 

125/1 

 

WASHINGTON ST

125/1 

125/1 

 

N CAROLINA

150/1 

150/1 

 

CONNECTICUT

150/1 

150/1 

 

GEORGIA TECH

150/1 

150/1 

 

BOISE ST

150/1 

150/1 

 

TCU

150/1 

150/1 

 

MARYLAND

150/1 

150/1 

 

UTAH

150/1 

150/1 

 

FRESNO ST

150/1 

150/1 

 

HAWAII

200/1 

200/1 

 

NEVADA

400/1 

400/1 

 

UNLV

1000/1 

1000/1 

 

FIELD (ALL OTHERS)

40/1 

40/1 

 

2008 NFL WEEK #1 OPENING LINES

WASHINGTON 40 ½
N.Y. GIANTS -4 ½

CINCINNATI 42
BALTIMORE -1

N.Y JETS – 2 ½
MIAMI 36 ½

KANSAS CITY 48
NEW ENGLAND – 14 ½

HOUSTON 44
PITTSBURGH -7

JACKSONVILLE -3
TENNESSEE 38

DETROIT -1 ½
ATLANTA 45

SEATTLE 40
BUFFALO PK

TAMPA BAY 44
NEW ORLEANS -3

ST. LOUIS 44
PHILADELPHIA -7

DALLAS -3
CLEVELAND 48 ½

CAROLINA 41
SAN DIEGO 9 ½

ARIZONA – 2 ½
SAN FRANCISCO 43

CHICAGO 45
INDIANAPOLIS -10

MINNESOTA 40
GREEN BAY 3 ½

DENVER 1 ½
OAKLAND 42

 

April 9, 2008

Meet The Man Who Sets The Spread

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Kenny White’s company sets point spreads used by 90 percent of Nevada’s sports books. Potential client losses leave him little room for error.

Las Vegas Sports Consultants are always in the news, and LVSC’s Chief Operating Officer, Kenny White is no exception.  This is the first of many installments of National news stories that follow the phenomena of the Las Vegas Sports Consultants and we’d like to say, “Thank You!” to all that have supported and promoted the work of LVSC, we appreciate your time!  This is an article written by Rob Miech from the Las Vegas Sun, January 18, 2008, describing the aftermath of the BCS rankings.  Click on the story below to recieve the full feature on Kenny White and LVSC!

Fri, Jan 18, 2008

Hawaii wouldn’t have played Georgia in the Sugar Bowl, and Illinois wouldn’t have faced Southern California in the Rose Bowl. LSU wouldn’t own another championship trophy.

Kenny White would have sent that hardware, or delivered it himself, to Trojans coach Pete Carroll.

If White, 44, chief operating officer of Las Vegas Sports Consultants, were in charge of the bowl system and naming a national champion, college football might not be such a mess.

“We could have made much better matchups,” he says. “There wouldn’t have been a point spread over a touchdown. We would have made games that were very competitive.”

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