Las Vegas Sports Consultants: The Polls

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

Filed under: Las Vegas Polls,LVSC,NCAA Polls,Oddsmakers,Sports — sportsbookradio @ 11:35 pm
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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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