Las Vegas Sports Consultants: The Polls

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.”

2 Comments »

  1. Can we get the updated NBA and MLB power numbers, please? I’m lost without them!

    Comment by Mad Dog Demarco — April 9, 2008 @ 11:50 pm | Reply

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