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Kentucky opens as an 11-point favorite at Vandy

Vegas has spoken and the Cats opened as an 11-point favorite over Vanderbilt in tomorrow night’s showdown at Memorial Gym in Nashville. Honestly, considering Kentucky’s won its last three games by an average of 30.3 points, that seems a little low to me, but what do I know?

If you’re curious, Kentucky is 12-3 against the spread so far this season, 3-1 for away games.¬†As always, gamble responsibly.

Article written by Mrs. Tyler Thompson

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6 Comments for Kentucky opens as an 11-point favorite at Vandy

  1. BlueGrass
    4:51 pm January 9, 2017 Permalink

    That sounds like easy money…

  2. WeareBBN
    5:19 pm January 9, 2017 Permalink

    yep, I can get 5 guys from work and beat Vandy, they are horrible.

  3. Rixter
    6:42 pm January 9, 2017 Permalink

    Wow, look at this week’s rankings. WHERE is the mighty ACC? Big 10.?
    What I see is:
    Big 12
    Big 12
    Big East
    Pac 12
    West Coast

  4. Megan
    3:26 am January 10, 2017 Permalink

    Gamble responsibly? Isn’t that an oxymoron? (There’s a joke here somewhere about Kentuckians addicted to pain killers.)

    I still can’t believe KSR gets away with advancing gambling activity by inducing people to participate therein: Here’s the opening line for this game, in my opinion it seems low, here are some figures from the last 3 games that very much support my opinion, and here are some stats showing how often Kentucky beats the spread, which is very often indeed.

    And naturally, the first response to this information is: “That sounds like easy money…” Why, yes it does, doesn’t it? That was exactly the point she was making. That’s exactly the reason she shared this particular information with you. (Drew has a long history of this. He’s obviously a gambler.)

    A perfunctory “gamble responsibly” at the end doesn’t mean you’re not violating the law. Gambling is a vice. And inducing people to participate is still illegal in Kentucky. You gotta be more careful! There’s no reason to push the envelope on this.

    • Catsby80
      7:44 am January 10, 2017 Permalink

      Calm down, Megan. If you don’t want to wager on the cats, that’s your prerogative. But don’t tell the rest of us how to live our lives.

    • anrbob
      8:43 am January 10, 2017 Permalink

      Watch out KSR, the morality police has accused you of leading and influencing free-willed people to potentially do things that others do not like with information that is readily available on most mainstream sport sites in addition to, dare I say, the printed word in newspapers. Please think of the envelope being pushed, as well as your human decency.