N.C. State (-5) at MARSHALL
By Trace Adams, Featured Handicapper
Helluva 4th quarter from Penn State last night!
1500♦ Winner - Penn State, 63-24 winner!
Time to go big.
You see a play you like, you cannot be afraid to step up and go for the jugular.
That is the case today, as I have an early game that will be easy money.
2000♦ Double-Your-Wager Bankroll Blowout - Part 2
Time to make some major cash, and I do so with this 2000♦ Winner that goes in the noon hour.
Matches last Saturday's 2000♦ Winner on Miami-Florida over Toledo.
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Remember, the Pay-After play is always on a SEPARATE extension.
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Hurricane Florence kept both N.C. State and Marshall from their scheduled games last weekend, so no excuses when it comes to rest. Truth be told, both were likely to take it on the chin last weekend, as State had West Virginia to contend with, while the Herd had a game at South Carolina on their card.
Huge quarterback edge to N.C. State in this game, as Ryan Finley is an experienced senior, while his counterpart Isaiah Green is a redshirt frosh who will get his first real taste of a "big" game, after warm-up wins against Miami-Ohio, and Eastern Kentucky.
N.C. State was slow to get things going in last year's meeting, as they trailed 20-10 before scoring the final 27 points to win it 37-20, but fail the spread as they -23 point chalk. Still, that win improved the Wolf Pack to 4-0 lifetime with an average winning margin of 10 1/2 points, as State is 3-1 against the spread in those games. The 'Pack is also on a 9-2-1 run their last 12 dating back to 2014 in the role of road favorite, while the Herd is just 4-8-1 versus the spread at Edwards Stadium since 2016.
After both schools likely avoided their first losses last weekend, one of them does indeed take their first loss this weekend - that would be Marshall, while the other - that would be N.C. State keeps their record clean.
Go ahead and lay the road wood with N.C. State on Saturday night in Huntington, West Virginia.
4* N.C. STATE
Stanford at OREGON (56'un, -110)
By Tommy Brunson, Featured Handicapper
Tommy B back where he needs to be!!!
75 Dime Winner # 3 in a Row - Milwaukee over Pittsburgh last night.
3 straight winning days, and 5 of the past 7 also on the plus side!
For tonight, 50 Dime Saturday Night College Total of the Year is what I have going, and if you are reading this, the game has not started.
Time to continue the winning tear, and I do it with this TOTALS winner.
It's now for real for Mario Cristobal and his Oregon Ducks, as the Web-Foots have been able to have their way against Bowling Green, Portland State and San Jose State, scoring 155 points in racking up those wins.
Now they face the # 1 scoring defense in the nation in visiting Stanford, as the Cardinal come into Eugene having allowed ONLY 23 total points in wins over San Diego State, USC and UC Davis.
Last year, Stanford limited Oregon to only one touchdown in their 49-7 rout - that game held Under for the first time in 4 years.
The Ducks have been known for their offense in the past, and thus far early in the season, but they are not playing the Little Sisters of the Poor this Saturday night. Stanford coach David Shaw is among the best in the game at playing to his team's strengths, while taking away what the other team does best.
I expect the Cardinal to hold onto the football for huge chunks of time and keep the Ducks from piling up points.
1* STANFORD-OREGON UNDER
Unlv (+7') at ARKANSAS STATE
By Chris Jordan, Featured Handicapper
I nailed the Under in the Monday night game, as the Bears and Seahawks kept it defensive. Tuesday night I pushed with the Mets-Phillies total, and Wednesday night I hit the Over in the A.L. East rivalry between the Yankees and Red Sox.
The momentum continued last night with my 500♦ Winner # 5 in a Row, as the USC-Washington State went Over the posted number by the third quarter.
My players continue to win, because this is what I do this time of the year, week after week, month after month, year after year - not just one game.
- Since Nov. 12, 2016, my $1 players are up $55,416 with all sports.
- Since 2006, with plays rated 1000♦ or higher, my $1 bettors have made $171,430 with all sports.
- Since 2015, my $1 players have made $17,600 in college football.
- Since the 2015 season, my $1 players are up $21,450 in NFL.
More recently, I've won 16 of the last 23 days, and I look to keep the momentum going into a fourth straight winning week.
Forget about the $55 grand I've made you the past year and a half. Forget about the winning in college football the last few seasons.
The here and now. This week. Tonight. Let's make some money!
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BIG 10 GAME OF THE YEAR
Minnesota - Maryland
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Alabama (-24) over Louisville by 37 on Sept. 1
Duke (-14) over Army by 20 on Aug. 31
Minnesota (-22) over New Mexico St. by 38 on Aug. 30
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You would think oddsmakers in Las Vegas would understand just how much better the UNLV Rebels are this season. And with a two-game win streak, and the best start in the four years coach Tony Sanchez has been there, there is no way the Rebels lose this game to Arkansas State by more than a touchdown - let alone 8 1/2 points.
With the Lightning Lexington Thomas out of the backfield, leading the No. 3 rushing attack in the nation, I honestly don't know how the Red Wolves are going to slow things down with the 96th-ranked rushing defense and 92nd-ranked stop unit overall.
UNLV - which has covered seven of its last eight road games dating back - is rumbling for damn near 350 yards per game, the offense ranks 44th in the country, and the Rebels have shown vast improvement from previous years.
This is a cultivated culture Sanchez has created, and it is by far the best team he has had since he's been there when it comes to depth and everything surrounding the program. Thomas is the best he's ever been and he's been the best back the entire time the staff has been in place. The team has by far the deepest receiving corps and quarterback Armani Rogers is progressing to become a very good quarterback for UNLV.
Sure, defensively the team has room to grow athletically, but they're doing a real good job of playing hard and playing together.
The Red Wolves, who have failed to cover four of their last five non-conference games are eight of their last 11 September games, struggle with mental mistakes. They rank 128th in the country with 11 penalties per game and 127th in the nation with 101.33 penalty yards per game. Their red-zone offense is 121st in the nation, while their red-zone defense is 97th among the 129 FBS teams.
I like this underdog line, and I'm releasing this game early so you can catch a good number, since I think it'll drop. Play the Rebels.
TCU (-3) at TEXAS
By Ray Chadwick, Featured Handicapper
I told you when I made my debut that my plays are as follows; 25, 50, 75 & 100 Dime releases.
The norm is a 25 Dimer, and that is what you picked up on Thursday night on the Jets-Browns Under the Total. It was 25 Dime Winner # 11 of 15, and the best part about that winner was the fact you picked it up for just $7.77!
Last night I gave you my BIGGEST RELEASE since joining the site.
100 Dimer - Penn State over Illinois. That 4th quarter was one for the record books, as the Nittany Lions shredded the Illini, 35-0 for the easy cover.
Tonight it is time for me to unload one more time. No use sitting on a hot streak, the time is now!
BIGGEST RELEASE SINCE SITE DEBUT
Second-Ever 100 Dime Quadruple Wager - Big 10 Game of My Career - Part2 is going out on Wisconsin at Iowa.
Time for me to prove my worth, and I do so with my biggest release since joining the site last month.
TCU was game in their showdown in Arlington last Saturday night against Ohio State, but things got away from them in that short stretch in the second half, and they were never able to recover in their 40-28 setback.
That same night, Texas was busy bullying the Trojans of USC in Austin, 37-14. That after Tom Herman's team narrowly escaped against Tulsa, 28-21 the week before. Not so sure I am buying into the Longhorns blowout of the Trojans, as SC appears to be in a bit of a down mode without Sam Darnold guiding them this season.
The Horns are looking for some major revenge in this late-day contest, as the Horned Frogs have certainly had their way with the Longhorns of late, as they have won and covered each of the last 4 series meetings, and they have done so in convincing fashion.
Last year it was 24-7 in favor of TCU. 31-9 the season before in Austin, 50-7 in 2015, and 48-10 back in 2014. As you can see, NONE of the meetings have been close!
Yes, Tom Herman did go 5-1 versus the line last year when his team was getting points, but that one loss came against TCU, and it should also be noted that Gary Patterson has covered 4 of his last 6 as the road favorite since last year.
The Longhorns are itching for revenge, and the talent gap is closing, but I prefer the Horny Toads to bounce-back after their loss to the Bucks, as they make it 5 in a row over Texas this afternoon.
New Mexico St. at UTEP (+3')
By Eric Schroeder, Featured Handicapper
Cashed in with my 30 Dimer in the National League East on Monday night, as I told you the New York Mets would get it done for us in Philadelphia.
Cashed in with my 30 Dimer in the American League East on Tuesday night, as I told you the Toronto Blue Jays would get it done for us in Baltimore.
Gave a bit back with a 30 Dime loss on the Cubbies on Wednesday, but then delivered my 20 Dime NFL Winner # 3 in a Row with the Jets-Browns staying Under the posted total. Last night the Detroit Tigers failed me and I dropped a 60 Dimer.
Good thing I'm on a roll with my 60 Dimers, ever since I got to this site. And off the early card today, I like another one to bank with this game between Ohio and Cincinnati.
Winner # 16 of 26
Ohio - Cincinnati
My long-term package holders should be content because they're up money. And truth be told, that's what I care about most - LONG-TERM PROFIT. As long as I am winning over the long haul, I am happy.
I love this showdown, and look to make some easy money here.
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Let's look at Saturday's college football matchup between the New Mexico State Aggies and Texas-El Paso Miners. Now, I get it, the Miners are bad. They are really bad. But they've also taken their lumps, and could very well be due for a win, if only they had the right patsy coming to Sun Bowl Stadium.
Enter the Aggies.
New Mexico State is 0-4. It has scored 7, 10, 13 and 25 points. The defense has allowed 29, 48, 60 and 42 points. That's an average final of 44.75-13.75. That's a difference of 31 points.
The Miners lost at home to Northern Arizona when the season opened, then lost consecutive road games at UNLV and Tennessee.
There is nothing pretty about the stats: the Miners rank 128 out of 129 with their offense, they ranks 103rd on D and they can't stop the run. But, there are some high points, like the defense that limits passing yards (ranking 21st in allowing 165.7), the red zone defense (ranking 33rd) and special teams that ranks 16th with kickoff returns.
But New Mexico State is not that much better - at all. The Aggies have the 126th ranked offense, and has the third-worst rushing offense, which gives UTEP a reprieve. The passing offense is 91st, so if the Miners are better at stopping the pass, that makes things easier.
The aforementioned Aggies' scoring defense is 126th in the country, while the red zone offense is 124th and time of possession is 122nd.
If the Miners are getting one win this season, it'll be in this game. They have Texas-San Antonio on deck, but it's at the Alamo. The schedule won't get any easier than this week.
Take the home pup.