Posted Friday, October 21, 2011 09:17 PM
My record is fairly poor this year... looking to finish the season strong.
Not all my picks have been posted..so if you are looking at my record and something isn't adding up....thats why.
College Football Picks (2011 Season): 14-19-2 (-$470)
Arkansas -15.5 (3 units) I know many may be thinking the Rebels can turn things around against suspect Razorback D..but come on man! they suck ass! That, and Alabama just put a hurtn' on em last week breaking their D's will by the end of the game. I see Tyler Wilson having a field day and they will cover even if Ole Miss can hang 3TDs.
Wilson (I mean Wisconsin -7)(3.5 units) The Badgers are legit, and should be pissed off after seeing the BCS rankings. I expect them to take it out on Michigan State. I will admit, I've doubted Sparty all year, so maybe I'm wrong, or more likely, I'm finally going to get it right. I know they will be fired up with ESPN Gameday there, but still believe it is a tough spot for them after and emotional win over Michigan. Wisky's D is the most suspect part of their team, but I'm not sure MSU is built to exploit it. In the ND game, I think we saw that a balanced offence can have lots of success against State, and the Badgers offense is much better than the Irish.
Alabama -28.5 (2 units) Nick Saban has sand in his vag right now, so he's definitely going to make sure that his team destroys Tennessee. The Crimson Tide is on a ... [More]
Posted Wednesday, October 12, 2011 07:26 PM
LETS HAVE SOME FUN THIS WEEK!
I am fading the top 10 teams that are playing this weekend.
Trying it out as I have had a poor season so far .... maybe this will get me out of my funk or I will dig a bit deeper .
Tennessee +18 (3 units)
Ole Miss +27 (1 unit)
Kansas +35.5 (1 unit)
Indiana +41 (2 units)
Colorado State +33 (3 units)
Texas +8 (5 units)
Washington State +21 (2 units)
Maryland +9 (4 units)
Arizona State +15 (1 unit)
Michigan State -2 (3 units)
As always comments are welcomed....Good Luck to everyone!
Posted Thursday, October 06, 2011 08:45 PM
I usually play one 10pt teaser every weekend, I have hit the last week so I thought I would post this week, so with that note, tonight will start one of the games. I am hoping Cal can score enough to cover the +34. The only thing that sucks is that my book says if one game is a tie that the whole wager is considered a loss because they do not reduce. I really wish I could of got Cal +34.5 and Iowa +14.5 but still think this is a winner.
3 Team Teaser #226310139 (Placed by Web)
Football - College Lines (Game) Point Spread(308) Texas +20½ Sat@12:00p
Teased 10.0 points
Football - College Lines (Game) Point Spread(301) California +34 Thu@9:00p
Teased 10.0 points
Football - College Lines (Game) Point Spread(319) Iowa +14 Sat@3:30p
Competitor:(320) Penn State
Teased 10.0 points
Risk US$ 220.00 to win US$ 200.00
Good Luck to all Week 6! ... [More]
Posted Monday, September 19, 2011 01:29 PM
Im teasing the Giants -1 and the Over 38
Any thoughts or opinions welcomed...
My Score Prediction: NY Giants 28 STL Rams 25
Posted Tuesday, August 16, 2011 06:14 PM
NFL Picks (Preseason 2011): 1-1 (-$280)
Preseason 2011 Week 1 Record: 1-1 (-$280)
Preseason Week 2 NFL Pick: Steelers 27, Eagles 14
Steelers -3 (2 Units)
Preseason Week 2 NFL Pick: Redskins 34, Colts 10
Redskins -5.5 (4 Units)
Preseason Week 2 NFL Pick: Ravens 24, Chiefs 9
Ravens -6.5 (1 Units)
Posted Sunday, January 23, 2011 11:44 AM
When the Packers have the ball.....
Until the playoffs began, the Packers were a pass first, second, third and all-the-time team. Aaron Rodgers did not have a go to running back all season after Grant was hurt. Rodgers even was the second leading rusher. But in Philly for the wild card round, Starks (rookie this year) rushed for 123 yards and then the following week rushed for 66 yards against ATL. The Bears must be aware that Green Bay will try to run, although Rodgers not only is the Packers main weapon, hes been the top quarterback in the playoffs this year. A pass rush is a must for the Bears, which means Peppers and Idonije have to be factors early and often. As for Urlacher and Briggs, both of them have had a strong year. Greg Jennings, Driver, James Jones are a formidable receiving corps, but Rodgers will find anyone in a Packers uniform. He also has scrambling skills and will take off when a play breaks down, making something out of nothing. Again, Urlacher and Briggs will be the keys to short-circuiting Rodgers runs.
When the Bears have the ball.....
Chicago was 4-3 going into its off week and the offense got something of an overhaul. Mike Martz and Lovie Smith reined in Cutler cutting down his erratic play and revamped the offensive line and became more dependent on Matt Forte. Forte responded with 1,069 yards rushing and 6 touchdowns. Cutler also responded and the Bea... [More]
Posted Monday, April 05, 2010 11:29 AM
New York Mets -115 (risking 2.01u to win 1.75u)
Toronto Blue Jays +123 (risking 1.5u to win 1.85u)
Oakland A's +125 (risking 1.5u to win 1.88u)
Posted Friday, March 26, 2010 05:42 PM
Good Luck Everyone!
Posted Friday, March 26, 2010 05:34 PM
N. Iowa ML
Good Luck everyone
Posted Monday, March 22, 2010 08:05 AM
Yesterday Ended up +11 units
Syracuse -6.5 +1u
GATech +6.5 -3u
Maryland -1 -1u
Wisc -4.5 -2u
Xavier +1.5 +5u
Purdue +2 +5u
Duke -6 +5u
Looking into this evenings games...will be back in a bit with play(s).
Posted Sunday, March 21, 2010 11:59 AM
Duke, Kentucky and Syracuse were the big winners last night when unheralded Northern Iowa (my alma mater) upset No. 1 ranked Kansas, 69-67. The Cedar Falls, Ia., Panthers almost blew an 11-point lead late in the game. This is the same school that NFL Super Bowl MVP Kurt Warner attended after Iowa’s Hayden Fry felt the Cedar Rapids (my home town) native did not fit in the Big-10. St. Mary’s upset Villanova 75-68 and in another surprise, Washington flew past higher rated New Mexico 82-64. Today’s best game might be Georgia Tech and Ohio State, pitting Iman Shumpert (Tech) against the Buckeye’s “Player of the Year” Evan Turner. The pair grew up in the same area and were teammates until 7th grade when each went to different high schools, becoming opponents. The two are close friends and stay in touch with each other. Michigan State’s leading scorer and best three-point gunner will probably play but both are not 100% after ankle injuries this week.
Posted Sunday, October 18, 2009 08:23 AM
I love this time of year!! Cutting right to the chase!
RAVENS +3 -118
The Vikings look good in all facets of the game, and are undefeated and playing at home while Baltimore is coming off two tough losses in a row. Of course I'd love to be getting 3.5 points in this one, but I think
Baltimore could possibly win this game outright. They match up a little bit better with the Vikings and Favre is due to throw one up for grabs and Ed Reed will be there when it happens. The league sent Ray Lewis this memo: "Anything more than a moderately forceful two-handed touch on Brett Favre could result in a penalty, fine, ejection, and suspension." For NFL quarterbacks, it's a kinder, gentler sport. Minnesota looks like a serious team. Most unusual NFL contract clause: Favre gets to play one game this season in blue jeans! I am taking the points in what should be a good game.
Giants +3.5 -113
After dominationg a trio of bums (Bucs, Chiefs, and Raiders), how will the Giants injury-depleted defense do against one of the league's best offenses? Big Blue (4-0-1 ATS) has been handing out easy money to bettors, but its No. 1 defensive rating has a direct correlation with the weak schedule. The Saints protect Drew Brees well, and he has many weapons. In a money-saving move, Giants stayed at home of Eli Manning's parents while in New Orleans. Game of the week between NFC powers. Seems like this could go e... [More]
Posted Sunday, August 24, 2008 04:41 PM
I have been tailing quite a few members the last few weeks. My experience with betting MLB is very limited. I have been doing well following and learning what to look for due to this fantastic forum. Before I state who I am on and why, I would like to thank a few members first.
Yall have done a noble job, and Im sure I am speaking for quite a few members when I say Thanks for all the HARD WORK, yall have made this a fun summer!
On to tonight!
Philadelphia ML -108
Phi/LAD under 9.5 -110
Philadelphia has outscored the Dodgers 17-3 in the first two games. The Phillies are also on hot streaks of 5-1 at home, 4-1 against right-handed starters and 4-0 on Sundays.
The home team has won all six meetings between these clubs this season, and L.A. is now just 8-17 in its last 25 trips to Phi.
The over is 10-4-2 in the last 15 series meetings overall, but the under has cashed in seven of the last nine clashes in Philadelphia. Also, for the Phillies, the under is also on streaks of 8-1-1 at home, 4-1-1 overall, 6-2-1 on Sundays and 25-11-2 against winning teams. The Dodgers’ under runs include 4-2 on the road, 11-5 with Kuroda on the hill and 9-2 when Kuroda pitches on the road.
GL to everyone!