Ian Cameron

Gaming Today Ian Cameron

Ian Cameron has been handicapping and betting sports year-round for over a decade. He has been with Sportsmemo.com since 2012 using his knowledge and handicapping techniques to make insightful winning selections.

Twitter: @bobano

Email: IanCameron@gamingtoday.com

Madness lived up beyond expectations

Madness lived up beyond expectations

posted on March 20, 2018 by

Inside the Lines | March Madness lived up to its name in one of the most exciting, stunning and incredible opening weekends of the NCAA Tournament that I can remember.

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No Duke, Virginia, Villanova, we are looking for Loyola Chicago type teams

No Duke, Virginia, Villanova, we are looking for Loyola Chicago type teams

posted on March 13, 2018 by

Inside the Lines | March Madness is here and it is the single biggest sports betting event on the calendar behind the Super Bowl. Bettors in Las Vegas and elsewhere are all set to fire away at the games on the board for the opening round of the NCAA Tournament.

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Highlighting the conference tournament teams in must win mode

Highlighting the conference tournament teams in must win mode

posted on March 06, 2018 by

Inside the Lines | The conference tournament season tips off this week for the power conferences with the exception of the Big Ten, which completed their tournament over the weekend.

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Motivation factors in to this Dance

Motivation factors in to this Dance

posted on February 27, 2018 by

Inside The Lines | One of my favorite times of the sports betting calendar year is upon us with conference tournaments in college basketball tipping off this week. Those will last for two weeks taking us all the way to Sunday, March 11, which is Selection Sunday.

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Virginia might be No.1 overall but many teams still in the mix

Virginia might be No.1 overall but many teams still in the mix

posted on February 13, 2018 by

Inside the Lines | The push toward the NCAA Tournament next month is heating up with teams all across the nation in College Basketball looking to build their case and strengthen their resumes for the tournament selection committee with Selection Sunday less than four weeks away.

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