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  • A better bet? Wagering on teams coming off a bye week

    An eight-year analysis of the National Football League wagering market conducted by researchers Scott Tainsky, left, and Yoon Tae Sung suggests that teams that are the favorites in a road game may have unrecognized potential when they're coming off their bye weeks. Tainsky is a professor of recreation, sport and tourism in the College of Applied Health Sciences, and Sung was a graduate student at the time of the study.

    An eight-year analysis of the National Football League wagering market conducted by researchers Scott Tainsky, left, and Yoon Tae Sung suggests that teams that are the favorites in a road game may have unrecognized potential when they're coming off their bye weeks. Tainsky is a professor of recreation, sport and tourism in the College of Applied Health Sciences, and Sung was a graduate student at the time of the study.

    Photo by L. Brian Stauffer

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      An eight-year analysis of the National Football League wagering market conducted by researchers Scott Tainsky, left, and Yoon Tae Sung suggests that teams that are the favorites in a road game may have unrecognized potential when they're coming off their bye weeks. Tainsky is a professor of recreation, sport and tourism in the College of Applied Health Sciences, and Sung was a graduate student at the time of the study.

      Photo by L. Brian Stauffer

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