Ed Meyer is a Professor of Physics at a small mid-western college. He specializes in risk management and has been an invited speaker at conferences and has published numerous articles in scientific peer-reviewed journals. His most recent talk, titled, "Who wants to be a Millionaire, the Mathematics of Risk Management." was presented at the 11th International Conference on Gaming and Risk Taking, held at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas and sponsored by UNLV. He was part of an academic handicapping team that took sportsbooks for thousands of dollars. The venture was chronicled in the New Yorker magazine in an article titled, "Brainiacs Build Money Machine." Professor Meyer received his PhD in Physics from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland.
Dr Meyer, as the principal handicapper for MTi Sports Forecasting, has a record of 77-49 (37-20 on sides and 40-29 on totals) for the 2006 NFL season as documented by the Sports Monitor of Oklahoma City. This was ranked #1 in the country with a whopping +23.1 net units out of 150+ handicapping services. MTi Sports then followed that performance with a perfect 4-0 NFL postseason - which was also ranked #1 in the country.
Then Professor Meyer joined the team of quality handicappers at Vegas Insider for the 2006-07 NBA season. The Doc finished THIRTY-EIGHT games above 500 with a record of 183-145. This was #1 among VI handicappers in net money with a profit of $2350.