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    K. State vs. Arkansas
    Kansas State +13


    Huddle Up Sports

    ‘Lock Parlay’
    Georgia -6
    Georgia / Penn State
    OVER 42′

    ‘Best Bets’
    Oregon -7
    TCU / Oregon – Over 74
    West Virginia / Arizona State – Under 64
    Arizona State +1′


    Huddle Up Sports

    ‘High Roller Total’
    OVER 56 – Kansas State / Arkansas


    Brandon Watson

    Penn State +7

    Arkansas -12

    Oregon pk
    *released before Boykin suspension

    Arizona State +1



    2 Unit Play. #273 Take Penn St +6.5
    over Georgia
    (12:00p.m., Saturday, Jan 2 ESPN – Taxlayer Bowl)

    2 Unit Play. #275 Take Over 55 Kansas St vs Arkansas
    (3:20p.m., Saturday, Jan 2 ESPN – Liberty Bowl)

    5 Unit Play. #278 Take Oregon +1
    over TCU
    (6:45p.m., Saturday, Jan 2 ESPN – Alamo Bowl)
    As you can tell the betting public is all over TCU in this game as this game opened ‘Pick’ and as of Wednesday afternoon TCU is a -1 favorite. TCU suffered injuries all season long and yes they are a bit healthier now I like how the Ducks ended their season. Oregon racked up 6-straight wins to close out their season while TCU dropped 2 out of their last 4 games. Two powerful offenses go toe-to-toe Saturday night and with Vernon Adams for Oregon playing well at the end of the season I see the Ducks squeaking out a close bowl W.

    4 Unit Play. #280 Take Arizona St ‘PK’
    over West Virginia
    (10:15p.m., Saturday, Jan 2 ESPN – Cactus Bowl)
    The Cactus Bowl is in the backyard of the Sun Devils and I’m still a bit shocked that West Virginia money came into this game early. I know ASU comes to Chase Field losers of 4 out of 6 games but their schedule was one tough cookie. ASU did win their last 2 home games against Arizona and Washington and both victories were by double-digits. West Virginia dropped their last game at Kansas St by one point and the Mountaineers will need to get the ASU crowd quite early. I do see a hard fought game and in the second half I see the ASU offense moving the ball and winning this game on a late second drive.



    10* Arkansas -12

    3* Penn St +6

    3* Oregon -7

    1* West Virginia


    Norm Hitzges

    Arizona State +1 West Virginia

    TCU–Oregon – OVER 78 12


    Chuck O’Brien

    50 Dime Play: Texas Tech
    Line as of 9:45 AM Eastern: Texas Tech -3 1/2 to -4 1/2

    **Special Instructions: With the line fluctuating a full point it is critical you do some price shopping.

    Just when Texas was in a nice groove, starting center Cameron Ridley (12.7 points, 10 rebounds, 37 blocks) broke his foot. In the first game without their big man, the Longhorns used more three-guard and smaller lineups against U.Conn at home but still fell to the Huskies on Tuesday, 71-66, as a 2-point chalk.

    Ridley being out is strike # 1 for Texas.

    # 2 is the fact this is only the Longhorns’ second true road game of the season.

    # 3 is the fact Texas Tech is playing in triple revenge.

    This has been a one-sided series as the Longhorns have won nine of the past 10 meetings, including the last three. But the Red Raiders, winners of nine in a row, are playing with confidence and now seek validation and payback simultaneously.

    Tech was picked to be a cellar dweller in the Big 12 in preseason polls, but Tubby Smith’s team has won nine in a row since losing its second game of the season to Utah. The Red Raiders have a top-10 RPI and have already beaten Minnesota and Miss State in tournament play in Puerto Rico in addition to handing Arkansas-Little Rock its first loss of the season.

    The Red Raiders drilled Richmond in their last game, beating the Spiders by 15 in Lubbock. They play strong defense (foes shoot just 38%) and they’re offense is much improved from a year ago (76.3 ppg vs. 69). They also have plenty of motivation with the Longhorns coming to town.


    Sean Michaels

    100 DIME play on Oregon over TCU.
    The Ducks are -7 as of 11:35 PM Friday night here in Vegas. I would encourage you to buy the half-point insurance down on the Ducks at -7 or -7 1/2.


    Trace Adams

    1500♦ Oregon as the favorite against TCU.
    At 6:30 am eastern time, the Ducks are -7 point favorites in Vegas and offshore.


    Jeff Benton

    75 Dime Penn State plus the points against Georgia.
    At 10:05 pm eastern time on Friday night, the Nittany Lions are +6 point underdogs in Vegas and offshore. I suggest buying the half point up on Penn State if your price is +6 1/2 or +7 points.


    Craig Davis

    50 Dime Oregon over TCU.
    At 7:30 am eastern time, the Ducks are the -7 point favorites in Vegas and offshore.
    Absolutely buy the half-point down on Oregon if your line should fall anywhere between -7 to -7 1/2 points.


    Brandon Lang

    80 Dime Oregon over TCU.
    The current line on this game is -7 n Vegas and offshore. If your line is 6 1/2 to 7 1/2 , I advise buying the 1/2 point down. Be sure to shop around for the best line available.



    10* West Virginia (pk)

    10* West Virginia / Arizona State – Under 65.5



    275 arkansas – Under 59

    276 Arkansas -11

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