Does somebody know something we don’t?

I know it’s been a weird week in college football, but still, this…

Just curious:  what exactly does one have to do to be greatly respected by a Vegas book?  Besides throwing away a shit ton of money, I mean.


Filed under Georgia Football, What's Bet In Vegas Stays In Vegas

26 responses to “Does somebody know something we don’t?

  1. That would be my feel too: Desert respect = Large volume wagering.

    But for me (like this gambling syndicate), the Dawgs are feelin’ right today


  2. HirsuteDawg

    Quit it! Y’all are just getting my hopes up.


  3. Cojones

    Sic’em Dawgs! Play your asses off and enjoy this moment that you earned from your season’s record and effort to get here.

    Just “Sic’em!” and never let up on ’em!

    Fromme: Here to Eternity.

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  4. mwo

    maybe it’s Doctor James Andrews who has some inside info. If not him then maybe Nick Saban or Paul Finebaum.


  5. JSGray

    Please God. Let it of been Biff Tannen before Marty got the book back.

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  6. Jack Klompus

    That means someone has more info on Kerryon Johnson than others do.

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  7. vectordawg

    Speaking of Vegas, does anyone know of a good place to watch the game there?


  8. Yea, I don’t think Vegas would be talking in glowing terms of respect about a gambler who consistently takes their money. More like, “can we wack this guy and get away with it?”


  9. W Cobb Dawg

    Who’s David Payne Purdum?


  10. Donald J Trump

    You’re welcome Dawgs! Now go grab auburn by the p_ _ _ y and win bigly.
    p.s. Does this make us even for Herschel?

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  11. Bigshot

    Gus is betting on the game.


  12. Dylan Dreyer's Booty

    Memorandum of Understanding between Steve Shaw and Tony Soprano.


  13. The other Doug

    Gus has taken the Arkansas job.


  14. Macallanlover

    You get their respect from (and this fits your normal philosophy on why things happen) following the money. Vegas has no more clue than any other opinion based on a reasonable study of all the facts. They are exclusively about balance to minimize the risk, they hate being as vulnerable as the marks.


  15. Dave

    Same thing as anywhere else….win big consistently.


  16. Scott

    It is either someone with inside info who let some of the sharps or oddsmakers know or someone laid down a shitload of money for a single bet to move a line even a half a point.


  17. Like Scott typed, you have to believe that it reflects the condition of Johnson. However, I am more intrigued by the possibility that it could be in response to perceived uncertainty in the psyche of the HC. (How much would it be worth if the Hogs announced Malzahn’s intentions at the Half?)