Mike Randle

Mike Randle
NFL & NCAAB Contributor
Role
Senior Analyst
Experience
25 years
Location
New Jersey
Total Bets
14.9K
Followers
75.9K

Mike Randle's Picks

Today
Pending
Futures
Ohio State+300
2019-20 NCAAB Big Ten Conference - To Win
1u
Jared McCain u15.5-115
2024 NBA Player Draft Position
1u
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Past Performance
Yesterday2-1-067%
0.91u
Last 7 Days16-25-039%
-9.26u
Last 30 Days46-56-145%
-9.08u
All Time7759-6861-24252%
159.89u
Top Leagues
MLB643-557-4252%
88.12u
NBA1357-1202-3452%
56.41u
NCAAB4459-3974-12952%
24.18u
NCAAF208-152-757%
23.61u
NHL29-15-164%
4.16u
UFC3-0-0100%
2.32u
WTA15-10-060%
2.31u
European Championship1-0-0100%
0.19u
ATP14-12-152%
-0.07u
WNBA3-2-060%
-0.65u
NFL1027-937-2852%
-40.70u

Summary

Mike is a contributor for Action across multiple sports. He has provided written content for NCAAB and NFL while joining Stuckey and Collin on the weekly College Basketball Podcast. He has ground his way up the ranks, working as a freelance writer for multiple sites, editing podcasts, and eventually hosting the RotoViz Fantasy Football Mailbag. He is the Editor-In-Chief of the PlayerProfiler Fantasy Football Draft Kit and joined Action in January of 2018.

Experience

Mike earned an undergraduate and graduate degree from Boston College in mathematics. He studied regression models and statistical analysis at the IAS/Park City Summer Institute.

Education

Mike earned an undergraduate and graduate degree from Boston College in mathematics. He studied regression models and statistical analysis at the IAS/Park City Summer Institute.

Betting Highlights
Favorite Bet of All-Time
An ardent supporter of experience over talent, Mike's favorite college hoops hit was Wisconsin's 2015 upset over unbeaten Kentucky. The Badgers not only won outright as a slight underdog but cashed his pretournament contrarian bet against the Wildcats, finishing an undefeated season.
Most Heartbreaking Bet
The NCAA tournament giveth and taketh away. The last leg of a 2008 five-team money line parlay, No. 5 Drake allowed a Ty Rogers buzzer-beating half-court three-pointer in overtime to send No. 12 seeded Western Kentucky to a 101-99 upset victory. The Hilltoppers would then advance to the Sweet 16, after sending Mike face-first to the floor of Tiffany's Sports Bar in Pine Brook, New Jersey.
Specialties
  • NFL
  • College Basketball