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    Risked 5 units to win 4.27 Oklahoma -117 vs Tennessee

    Risked 5 units to win 4.55 Oregon +4 -110 vs Michigan State

    Risked 4 units to win 3.64 Mississippi State +4 -110 vs LSU

    Risked 3 units to win 2.5 BYU +3 -120 vs Boise State

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    NEWSLETTER College Football Prediction From Doc’s Sports

    Take #370 Maryland (-7.5) over Bowling Green (Noon, Saturday, Sept. 12)
    Bowling Green is looking to cash a big check for the second straight week playing a Power 5 team on the road. The Falcons hung with Tennessee in the first half before getting pounded in the second half, and that is how I see this game going as well. Maryland will be at home for a second straight week after a tune-up in Week 1 against an FCS foe in Richmond. Bowling Green has lost four of their last five games dating back to last year, and only one of those four losses was a competitive game.

    The other three were blowout losses. Bowling Green is 6-17 straight up against Big Ten opponents. Coach Dino Babers is 1-3 ATS in his four games as an away underdog.


    NEWSLETTER College Football Prediction From Jason Sharpe

    Take #346 Michigan (-15) over Oregon State (Noon, Saturday, Sept. 12)
    Now that their first game is out of the way, the Michigan Wolverines and head coach Jim Harbaugh can get down to relaxing and playing some football. The Wolverines had to deal with all the first game pressures and the ‘Harbaugh Hype’ was at it’s peak last week as the Wolverines had to not only deal with playing on the opening night of the CFB season on national TV but also going up against a quality veteran Utah team on the road. The Utes were fired up for this one and came into this season very confident after beating the likes of USC, Stanford and UCLA last year. Add all of this up with the effects of the high altitude at Utah and Michigan was going into a very difficult situation for any team to play it’s first game of the year. Despite all of this the Wolverines actually hung in the game and were just a play or two away from winning it. Now Michigan is at home to what should be a very festive atmosphere at the ‘Big House’, the largest stadium in all of CFB. Their opponent is a lot like the Wolverines last week as Oregon State also has a new coach this year and will be playing it’s first road game of the season and doing do so with a true freshman quarterback.

    Though OSU got an opening-week win last week, it was a huge struggle against FCS Weber State, a team Oregon State was favored to beat by 27.5 points. Oregon State ended up adding on two late scores in the game and getting a hard-fought 27-6 win. Now the Beavers must travel east here and will have to deal with 110,000+ very excited fans that have waited all offseason for the ‘welcome back Harbaugh’ game. Lastly, Oregon State is also playing what amounts to a start time of 9 a.m. PST here in this one here on the road. This all adds up to a very difficult spot for them the Beavers. Play Michigan here minus the points.


    NEWSLETTER College Football Prediction From Indian Cowboy

    Take #338 Arkansas State (+10.5) over Missouri (7 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 12)
    You want to see a fantastic underdog this weekend, watch Arkansas State, as they will be up and ready to face Top 25 Missouri at home. Why do you think the line is so low otherwise, and it is not an accident that 78% of the public is pounding Missouri here. It is one of the biggest trap games on the board. And as we love to fade the public by a general rule, why not take Arkansas State here? This is one of the most well-coached teams in America as they continue to have fantastic up-and-coming coaches run through the program such as Freeze or Gus Malzahn. Remember, Arkansas State went on the road and was routed by USC 6-55 and now they return home. Don’t hold that loss against Arkansas State.

    The coaching staff of USC was under a lot of pressure to perform well after the drunken stupor of Coach Steve Sarkisian in what was a total embarrassment to the USC brass. So he had to show a rout, and that is what USC did. Now Arkansas State returns home, after an ugly loss, facing another Top 25 team, and they will be more than ready on primetime as they look to bounce-back here. We like Arkansas State here as a quality public fade. They are a much better team than what they showed at USC and per our models are vastly underrated coming into this game. We have State losing by 6-8 points Saturday evening.


    StatFox Super Situations™ – FoxSheets

    Play On – Road underdogs of 3.5 to 10 points (ARMY)
    off a upset loss as a double digit home favorite, when playing on a Saturday
    46-18 since 1997. ( 71.9% | 26.2 units )

    Play Against – A road team vs. the money line (BOWLING GREEN) good passing team from last season – averaged 255 or more passing yards/game, game between two teams with 5 or less defensive starters returning, in the first month of the season
    51-24 since 1997. ( 68.0% | 0.0 units )

    Play Over – Any team vs the the 1rst half total solid team from last season – outscored opponents by 10 or more points/game, with 8 or more offensive starters including the QB returning, in the first month of the season
    46-18 over the last 5 seasons. ( 71.9% | 26.2 units )
    1-2 this year. ( 33.3% | -1.2 units )



    Game: Tulane Green Wave (347) @ Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (348)
    Time: Saturday 09/12 3:30 PM Eastern
    Pick: Georgia Tech -28.5 (-105) at Americasbookie
    When Paul Johnson was hired away from Navy to Georgia Tech, many said the option attack could not work at this level, but he sure has proven otherwise, as Georgia Tech has one of the top ground games in CFB every year since his arrival, and that won’t change this year. QB Justin Thomas returns for Tech, and he is a perfect fit for the option attack. Tech has lost over 2,000 ground yards to graduation, but the offensive line is mostly in tact, and this is a system that is not built for an individual running back, and success will follow.

    Tulane is going to be hard-pressed to hang in this game, which will soon turn ugly. Tulane started this season where they left off last season, and that is a colossal struggle on offense. The Wave produced all of 16 points in their last three games last season, and were stymied in their opener vs. another ACC team in Duke, scoring just seven points. This one will be a massive blowout, so lay the points Georgia Tech.



    20* #358 California -8.5

    10* #320 – Mississippi -26.5

    10* #328 – Texas San Antonio +20

    10* #338 – Arkansas State +12.5

    10* #373 – Kentucky +9.5

    10* #400 – Stanford -17

    10* #365 – San Jose State / Air Force – OVER 55

    10* #393 – FIU / Indiana – OVER 53



    3* Arkansas St. +12

    2* Ohio +4



    UNDER 63 – Memphis / Kansas

    Added – GA Southern +5

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    #311 Buffalo/Penn State – OVER 51.5 ,Best Number I see is 51.5 on this one which took a hit earlier today. Some outs have 53 on this game. I don’t think that there is a doubt that OVER in the 1st Half is going to be the best play when that number comes out WA. Senior QB for the visitors and what should be an angry Penn State Offense after their embarrassing loss to Temple means some points in this one. I think both offenses get out quick here, hence the 1st Half Better Bet. For now let’s play OVER for the game. Early start Saturday for this one..



    Minnesota at Colorado State
    Minnesota was one of the teams that looked impressive in defeat as they held their own with second ranked TCU, while Colorado State rolled to an easy 65-13 win over outmanned Savannah State. Rams first year coach Mike Bobo was able to see a lot of the reserves in this game, which will help as a fast improving Big 10 team comes to Fort Collins. Not much can be read into the Rams win, but the Gophers are feeling good about themselves as they were able to hang with TCU for most of that game and generated 341 yards of offense and 18 first downs. Colorado State has proven to be a very tough customer against the number, especially over the last three seasons. The Rams are 19-9 ATS over the past three seasons and 10-1 in their last 11 games vs. non-conference teams. Hughes Stadium has proven to be a difficult place to play for the visitors and we think you will see more of the same on Saturday. The Rams return 15 starters from LY’s 10-3 squad and do have their big rivalry game on tap next week with Colorado, but we don’t think they will be looking past a visit from a quality Big 10 team. In the end, we believe the home field and the high octane offense of the Rams is going to get it done and we are calling for the outright upset. That said, we are going to recommend the Rams plus the points in this spot. The Sharps say…

    3 Units – Colorado State (+5)



    [323] LSU ♦60.5%



    [312] Penn St -21

    [321] Temple +6.5

    [346] Michigan -16

    [369] Bowling Green +7.5

    Free play – [333] Wake Forest +4.5

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    3* PAC 12 GOY – MICHIGAN ST.

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