Since 2006, no Bowl Championship Series league can match the Southeastern Conference’s record against the spread. SEC teams have gone 19-7, with the Pac-10 second at 10-6-1. Then comes the Big East at 8-7-1. The Atlantic Coast (11-13-2), Big Ten (10-12) and Big 12 (7-16) have been postseason losers.
With Saturday marking the start of a glorious run of 34 bowl games in 19 days, I sought the advice of professional gambler Ted Sevransky on how to approach this year's postseason. Read what Sevransky had to say in my latest column for Covers.