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  • Sat. Sept. 29th ALL SPORTS

    MLB 74-57-2 +12.40

    St. Louis +130
    Pittsburgh -135
    Mets -1.5 (+125)
    Over 8 Arizona
    Tampa Bay -1.5 (-125)

    CFB. 23-18. +3.20

    Over 65 Ga. Tech
    Boston College -13
    NC State -6
    Over 49 Indiana
    Over 61 Fresno
    Nebraska +3.5
    Miss. state -7
    Arizona +3
    Northwestern +14.5
    Kansas State +8.5

    GL to all
    Last edited by Coachv29; 09-29-2018, 05:50 AM.

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    • Saturday NCAA Service Plays 9/29/18
      Allan Eastman
      Old Dominion +7
      Appalachian State -25
      Air Force -5
      BYU +17.5
      Washington State +2

      South Carolina pk
      Northwestern +14.5
      Mississippi State -7
      Stanford Over 52.5

      Ben Burns
      California +3.5

      Barrett Sallee
      Texas -8.5
      Stanford +5.5
      LSU -12

      Dave Cokin
      Western Michigan +2.5

      Washington -17

      Emory Hunt
      Texas A&M -20.5
      Tennessee +31.5
      Purdue -3.5
      South Carolina +1.5
      Stanford +4.5

      Gold Sheet Late Phones
      Florida Atlantic
      New Mexico

      Arizona +3.5

      H&H Sports
      Middle Tennessee State/Florida Atlantic Over 60

      Indian Cowboy
      Mississippi State -7

      Jason Sharpe
      Ohio State -3
      Notre Dame -5.5
      Syracuse +25.5
      Arkansas +21
      Nebraska +3.5
      Air Force -5
      Georgia Southern +3
      TCU -10.5
      Fresno State -8

      Josh Nagel
      Clemson -25
      Northwestern +14

      Ken Thomson
      Ohio State -3.5

      King Creole
      Iowa Sate Under 47
      Charlotte Under 54
      Appalachian State Over 56.5

      Larry Ness
      Iowa State
      USC Under
      Western Kentucky
      San Jose State

      Marc Lawrence

      Ohio State -3
      Northwestern +14.5

      Mike Tierney
      Syracuse +24.5
      Louisiana Lafayette +48.5

      Miami Ohio
      Northern Illinois
      Kent State/Ball State v

      Norm Hitzges
      Georgia Tech -28.5
      Appalachian State -24.5
      California +2
      Northern Illinois +3
      East Carolina -7
      Pittsburgh +13
      Florida State -6.5
      Penn State +3.5
      TCU -10.5
      West Virginia -3.5
      Louisiana Tech +7
      Coastal Carolina +14
      Arizona +3.5
      Boise State -17

      Pittsburgh +13

      Robert Ferringo
      Ohio State

      Scott Spreitzer

      Over 61 Fresno/Toledo
      Over 65 Georgia Tech/Bowling Green
      Penn State +4
      Texas Tech + 4

      Virginia Tech +5
      Washington St +1

      Stephen Nover
      Nebraska +3.5

      Strike Point Sports
      Michigan -14.5
      Stanford +5.5
      Central Florida -13

      Tom Stryker
      South Carolina
      Louisiana Tech

      Vegas Sports Informer
      LSU Over

      Vernon Croy
      Mississippi State -7

      Ultra Sports
      Temple +13


    Last edited by jdmoose1950; 09-29-2018, 06:23 AM.


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      Thank you, JDMOOSE


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        DR BOB
        EASTERN MICHIGAN (-3.5) 28 Northern Illinois 21

        Northern Illinois was picked above Eastern Michigan in the MAC West by most pundits but I only had the Huskies rated at 1 point better than the Eagles heading into this season and EMU has clearly been the better team so far this season. Eastern Michigan has been pretty even in yardage stats so far, averaging 6.3 yards per play and allowing 6.2 yppl and the Eagles have been about 5 points worse than an average FBS team from the line of scrimmage after adjusting for opposition. Northern Illinois, meanwhile, has faced a tougher schedule but the Huskies have averaged only 3.9 yppl, which even their stout defense (5.0 yppl allowed) can’t overcome. After adjusting for their schedule NIU has been 1.1 yppl worse than average offensively and 0.4 yppl better than average defensively and their pass defense (6.4 yppp allowed to quarterbacks that would average 5.7 yppp against an average team) could be an issue in this game against a pair of Eastern Michigan quarterbacks that have combined for 8.4 yppp in 4 games against teams that would allow 7.1 yppp to an average team. The Eagles won’t be able to run the ball, as they’re projected at just 3.8 yards per rushing play against NIU’s strong defensive front, but that will simply result in more pass plays.

        NIU’s dreadful offense should have good success running the ball against a soft EMU defensive front (5.7 yprp projected) but the Huskies’ aerial attack is horrendously bad and is expected to average only 3.8 yppp in this game. I like Eastern Michigan in this one and would be more interested if the line settles at -3 (it’s been toggling between -3 and -3.5 all week).


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          CLEMSON (-25.5) 47 Syracuse 18

          Clemson coach Dabo Swinney made the right choice in going with freshman Trevor Lawrence to be his full-time quarterback and it’s a shame that former starter Kelly Bryant left the team because he simply wasn’t good enough to start. Bryant wasn’t good enough last year either, as he put up big numbers against bad defensive teams and really struggled against good defenses, which I wrote about before the Tigers’ 6-24 loss to Alabama in the playoffs last year. The problem with Bryant is that he wasn’t accurate when throwing the ball down the field unless his receiver was wide open. Lawrence, meanwhile, has averaged 15.4 yards per completion while completing 65% of his passes and he’s averaged 9.6 yards per pass play against teams that would combine to allow 7.2 yppp to an average quarterback. The sample is only 62 pass plays and there is likely some regression towards the mean coming (in the form of a lower yards per completion) but the Tigers are a better team today than they were last week – unless Lawrence gets injured.

          Syracuse shocked the Tigers last season when Bryant got injured mid-way through the game and backup QB Cooper managed just 64 yards on 17 pass plays in relief. But, the Orange also scored 27 points, which was the second most amount of points that Clemson allowed all season. I don’t see a repeat of that offensive showing today though. Syracuse is putting up seemingly good offensive numbers, as they’ve averaged 49.5 points and 528 yards per game at 6.4 yards per play. However, they’ve also faced teams that would combine to allow 40 points and 7.1 yppl to an average offensive team and the Orange managed just 5.0 yppl against the only decent defensive team they faced (Florida State). Clemson’s defense is more than just good, they are elite, and quarterback Eric Dungey will have to run the ball at his highest level scrambling away from pressure if Syracuse is going to reach 20 points in this game.

          Clemson’s offense should score with ease against a Syracuse defense that’s been 0.4 yppl worse than average (5.7 yppl allowed to teams that would combine to average just 5.3 yppl against an average team). My math model favors Clemson by 29.3 points with Lawrence no longer splitting snaps with a lesser quarterback.


          • #6
            NC STATE (-6) 26 Virginia 25

            Virginia is an improved team this season thanks to the dynamic play-making of quarterback Bryce Perkins, who has averaged 7.5 yards per pass play (although against teams that would allow 7.4 yppp to an average QB) and has run for 369 yards at 6.8 yards per rushing play. Top running back Jordan Ellis is also off to a good start (112 yards per game at 6.3 ypr) and the Cavaliers’ offense has gone from 0.6 yards per play worse than average in both 2016 and 2017 to 0.2 yppl better than average through four games this season. The NC State defense is nothing special this season without 1st-Round NFL draft pick Bradley Chubb, as they’ve been just average (5.2 yppl allowed to teams that would average 5.2 yppl), so the Cavaliers should move the ball at a decent rate in this game.

            NC State once again has a good aerial attack with third-year starter Ryan Finley being as efficient as ever (8.6 yppp against teams that would allow 7.1 yppp) but the Wolfpack have a dreadful rushing attack (3.5 yprp against teams that would allow 5.2 yprp to an average team) and their overall advantage over Virginia’s mediocre defense is just 0.4 yppl. I think Virginia is underrated and I like the Cavs plus the points.


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                Big Al McMordie 5* goy


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                  TB-1.5-125 Snell L/Borucki L