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Off a profitable Saturday and currently in the top spot in college football on this site, Stryker has six NFL Best Bets isolated for Sunday and Monday including his 61-29 ATS 4* Full Blitz Game of the Year. Do it.
Tom Stryker's 30-12 ATS NFL Double System Superplay

After burning the midnight oil, Stryker uncovered a pro side in a couple of sweet technical spots that will hit paydirt. Two respectable and different angles that boast identical 30-12 ATS records line up on our "play on" side and a massive return on investment is expected. Grab Tom's NFL Double System Superplay for $50 guaranteed to win.

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Tom Stryker's 32-5 ATS NFL Massive Conference Crusher

Stryker has zeroed in on a side in one of the early kicks on Sunday that will deliver the mail. This blowout Best Bet comes with the support of a phenomenal 32-5 ATS angle and a 64-43 ATS pro system that consistently cashes tickets. Grab Tom's NFL Massive Conference Crusher for $50 guaranteed to win.

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Tom Stryker's 17-1 ATS NFL Nearly Perfect Best Bet

This is one NFL payday you certainly don't want to miss. Stryker has isolated a pro team in a stunning 17-1 SU and ATS situation and this key release also comes with the support of an additional team trend that holds another sensational 14-1 SU and ATS record. Grab Tom's NFL Nearly Perfect Best Bet for $50 guaranteed to win.

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Tom Stryker's 10-0-1 ATS NFL Golden Division Superplay

There is one NFL team that is looking to deliver a knockout punch and Stryker is going to be right there to make the winning call. This Best Bet comes with the support of a strong 10-0-1 ATS angle and fades in team in a situation where they have lost 11 straight by an avg of 17.9 ppg. Grab Tom's NFL Golden Division Superplay for $50 guaranteed to win.

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Tom Stryker's 61-29 ATS NFL 4* Full Blitz Game of the Year

Stryker split his top-rated Late Phone Best Bets on Saturday cashing his 4* on Boise State but slipped with his 5* on BYU. On Sunday, there is one pro team locked into a legitimate 61-29 ATS money-making situation and this technical gem will key this victory. Grab Tom's NFL 4* Full Blitz Game of the Year for $50 guaranteed to win.

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Tom Stryker's 13-1 ATS NFL Monday Night Game of the Month

A side in Monday's New York vs Chicago war applies to a nearly perfect 13-1 ATS technical situation and Stryker is going to be right there to cash this ticket. As luck would have it, a rare 10-0 ATS trend is also live. Grab Tom's NFL Monday Night Game of the Month for $50 guaranteed to win.

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YESTERDAY'S PLAYS
Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-F  |  Sep 20, 2014
UL-Lafayette vs. Boise State
Boise State
-17½-106
  at  PINNACLE
Won
$100
Play Type: Top Premium

Off back-to-back straight up wins over Colorado State and Connecticut, Boise State needs to stay focused on Saturday night. The Broncos have a pair of conference road wars on deck at Air Force and Nevada and the last thing BSU wants to do is start that roadtrip off a straight up loss.

Technically speaking, this is a lucrative spot for BSU. Inside Albertsons Stadium coming off a SU and ATS win, the Broncos own an impressive 49-2 SU and 31-16-1 ATS record. Equally impressive, on the Smurf Turf checking in off a straight up road win, Boise State owns a tremendous 14-5-1 ATS record provided their opponent takes the field off a straight up loss.

The numbers favor the host in this game too. UL Lafayette's defense has been atrocious lately. In fact, in their last two games against Louisiana Tech and Mississippi, the Ragin' Cajuns allowed an average of 52 points and 543.5 yards per game. ULL hasn't stopped a passing attack all season long and they will surely struggle matched up against a BSU offense that is currently 285.3 yards per game through the air (455.7 ypg overall).

There are emotional factors to consider too. Five of Boise's 10 full-time coaches and two strength coaches were with Arkansas State last season. All ULL did was waltz into Jonesboro and tattoo the Red Wolves 23-7. The Ragin' Cajuns flat out embarrassed them piling up 470 total yards compared to just 168 for ASU. Surprisingly, it's the Boise State players that are talking about "getting this game for the coaches".

After a long flight on Friday, UL Lafayette will have to sit around a hotel all day on Saturday and wait for this late 10:30 PM EST kickoff. Getting the Ragin' Cajuns ready and focused is going to be a problem. That spells bad news for a ULL squad that already has a problem with mistakes this season (-8 turnover ratio). The Broncos have won 17 straight non-conference games at home. Here comes one more. Take Boise State. Thank you and best of luck, Tom Stryker.

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-F  |  Sep 20, 2014
California vs. Arizona
Arizona
-8-115
  at  BETONLINE
Lost
$115.0
Play Type: Premium

If you think the Wildcats won't be juiced for this Pac-12 opener, guess again. UA and its fans are launching the first-ever WhiteOut in Arizona Stadium and the Cats will go after the Golden Bears with everything they've got on both sides of the ball.

California enters this contest off a week of rest and a pair of straight up wins over Northwestern and Sacramento State. Kudos to Bears head coach Sonny Dykes for getting his troops out to the 2-0 SU start. Unfortunately, this trip to the desert will be a reality check for Cal. In conference play, the Golden Bears have struggled posting a dismal 27-42 SU and 26-43 ATS record in their last 69 games. On the road in this role, Coach Dykes' men slip down to a dismal 9-28 SU and 11-24 ATS including a woeful 7-21 ATS if Cal if priced as a favorite or an underdog of +17 or less.

One area where Arizona has played well is when facing a rested opponent that enters with momentum off two or more straight up wins. The Wildcats have been able to focus well in this situation posting a reliable 11-3-2 ATS record. Under the direction of head coach Rick Rodriguez, UA has played well at home too posting a solid 12-4 SU mark.

Offensively, the Wildcats are averaging 582.7 yards per game and are just one of four FBS schools that have at least 800 rushing yards and 800 passing yards. The Golden Bears are an improved team this season. However, Cal simply hasn't been tested yet by an offense as explosive as the one they are going to face on Saturday night. Besides, the Bears have dropped seven straight as a Pac-12 guest (2-5 ATS) and allowed an average of 49.7 points per game. With a bye on deck before heading to battle the Ducks, the Wildcats will make a statement here. Take Arizona. Thank you and best of luck, Tom Stryker.

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-F  |  Sep 20, 2014
Ball State vs. Toledo
Toledo
-14-105
  at  BMAKER
Lost
$105.0
Play Type: Free

Off back-to-back straight up losses to Missouri and Cincinnati and locked into a double revenge mode, Toledo will bring its "A-Game" on Saturday night. The Rockets were chosen to win the MAC West over Northern Illinois and Ball State before the season started and it is time UT took care of business.

If you plan on fading Toledo as a conference host, you better have a darn good reason. The Rockets own a tremendous 65-19-1 SU and 41-23 ATS record in the Glass Bowl against MAC schools including a profitable 20-5 ATS mark in this set coming off a straight up loss. Equally impressive, as a favorite fighting in a payback mode, UT holds a decent 13-5 SU and 12-6 ATS record.

Led by first-year quarterback Ozzie Mann, Ball State makes the trek to Toledo with a 1-2 SU record and off a 27-20 loss to Indiana State. This is going to be another tough spot for the Cardinals. According to my notes, BSU holds a stiff 16-25 ATS record when priced as an underdog coming off two or more straight up losses including a shocking 1-7 SU and ATS in this situation going into revenge.

If you visit the Glass Bowl and have hopes of knocking off Toledo, you better bring an offense with you. That's where the Redbirds are lacking this season. Ball State is ranked 100th in the FBS in scoring averaging just 21.0 points per game. With a chance to get a leg up in the MAC West and settle an old score, the Rockets will come out firing and with a sense of purpose. Take Toledo. Thank you and best of luck, Tom Stryker.

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-F  |  Sep 20, 2014
San Diego State vs. Oregon State
Oregon State
-10-105
  at  BOVADA
Won
$100
Play Type: Top Premium

From Sunday, August 31st through Wednesday, October 15th, Oregon State will play one game inside the friendly confines of Reser Stadium in Corvallis and this is it. Coming off a bye last Saturday, the Beavers battled at Hawaii on September 6th and must visit USC on September 27th and Colorado on October 4th. Rest assured, OSU head coach Mike Riley will make sure his troops are ready to go.

These two teams met last year at Qualcomm Stadium and, thanks to a 20-3 fourth quarter advantage, OSU picked up the 34-30 win. That victory actually comes in handy for us on Saturday night. According to my notes, the Beavers are a reliable 54-35 ATS when going into revenge including a spotless 9-0 ATS if they are rested. Equally impressive, at home taking the field with momentum off a straight up win, Oregon State sports a nifty 34-14 SU and 29-15-1 ATS mark including a juicy 21-7-1 ATS in this set if it is favored by -1.5 or more.

After an easy 38-7 season-opening win over Northern Arizona, San Diego State almost upset North Carolina at Chapel Hill a few weeks ago. The Aztecs near miss against the Tar Heels will only ensure that the Beavers stay focused for this non-conference battle. Once again, SDSU’s loss to OSU in 2013 plays a part here. As an underdog priced at +9.5 or more, head coach Rocky Long’s kids are a weak 17-33-2 ATS provided they are fighting with revenge. If San Diego State enters off an ATS victory, this team trend falls to a disturbing 0-16 SU and 2-13-1 ATS.

You can say all you want about Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota and his Heisman chances. But, don’t forget about OSU signal-caller Sean Mannion. In case you didn’t know, Mannion is just 186 yards away from breaking the Beavers career passing yards mark (held by Derek Anderson) and he is one of the best in the nation. With a week to prepare and this being OSU’s only home game in a 45-day span, Mannion and company will get it done. Take Oregon State. Thank you and best of luck, Tom Stryker.

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-F  |  Sep 20, 2014
Oregon vs. Washington State
Oregon
-23-105
  at  BMAKER
Lost
$105.0
Play Type: Premium

Off three consecutive home wins over South Dakota, Michigan State and Wyoming, Oregon will make its first trip of the season to Pullman to take on Pac-12 rival Washington State. It’s going to be another long night for the Cougars according to the Team Stryker database.

Since 1981, game four undefeated college road favorites own a profitable 59-34-2 ATS record provided they are matched up against an opponent that enters off a straight up win. If our “play on” guest enters off a home game, this college system tightens up to a decent 46-24-2 ATS including a strong 32-13-1 ATS provided this is a conference game. UO fits all three pieces of this early awesome angle.

A quick look in the history book in this series shows that Washington State has lost seven straight by an average of 32.1 points per game. In those seven blemishes, the Cougars defense was shredded badly giving up an average of 52.4 points per game. To make matters worse, WSU is a dismal 6-19 ATS at home in a revenge mode provided the Cougs take the field off a straight up win including a woeful 2-10 ATS if State played in its own backyard last.

When coming off a pointspread loss at home, Oregon has been a tremendous investment notching a jaw-dropping 39-16-1 ATS record in its next game. If the Ducks are a big favorite and lying -14 or more, this team trend explodes to a lucrative 13-3-1 ATS mark. Equally impressive, in road openers, UO holds a stunning 24-6-1 ATS record dating back to the 1980 season including a spotless 10-0 if it is matched up against a Pac-12 opponent.

Believe it or not, the Ducks have dropped the last two conference games they have played. That’s not sitting too well with UO skipper Mark Helfrich and you can bet your last buck he will have his boys ready to go here. Take Oregon. Thank you and best of luck, Tom Stryker.

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-F  |  Sep 20, 2014
Oklahoma vs. West Virginia
Oklahoma
-7½-107
  at  PINNACLE
Won
$100
Play Type: Premium

Even though fourth-ranked Oklahoma will be without leading rusher Keith Ford, the Sooners still have enough firepower on offense to take care of the Mountaineers on Saturday night. UO head coach Bob Stoops will give sophomore Alex Ross and Samaje Perine plenty of playing time while Ford’s fracture heals. Ross has rushed for 132 yards this season while Perine has chewed up 177 yards.

Technically speaking, this is a tremendous spot for the visitor. Since 1981, game four undefeated college road favorites own a profitable 59-34-2 ATS record provided they are matched up against an opponent that enters off a straight up win. If our “play on” guest enters off a home game, this college system tightens up to a decent 46-24-2 ATS including a strong 32-13-1 ATS provided this is a conference game. OU fits all three pieces of this early awesome angle.

Since dropping a 10-point decision to Alabama in its season opener, West Virginia has bounced back to defeat Towson State and Maryland. As tempting as it looks to take the Mountaineers in this spot especially since they gave the Crimson Tide fits in a similar role earlier in the season, backing head coach Dana Holgorsen’s troops as a home underdog just isn’t going to happen. Since 1980, West Virginia is a soft 10-30-1 SU and 17-23-1 ATS as a home pup including just 10-19-1 ATS if the Mountaineers are competitively priced as a dog of +10.5 or less.

Oklahoma didn’t care for the 41-12 beating it took at Baylor last year. Since that whipping, the Sooners have won their last seven contests by an average of 24.6 points per game. With a bye on deck, Coach Stoops and the No.4 Sooners can give this Big 12 war all the proper attention it deserves. Watch that sack-happy Boomer Sooner defense (allowing 11.0 points and 295.3 yards per game) be the difference in this one. Take Oklahoma. Thank you and best of luck, Tom Stryker.

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-F  |  Sep 20, 2014
Indiana vs. Missouri
Indiana
+14-105
  at  BOVADA
Won
$100
Play Type: Premium

With Mizzou coming off its impressive home win over Central Florida and IU arriving off its embarrassing road loss at Bowling Green, the knee-jerk reaction might be to side with the Tigers minus the points in this non-conference battle. I wouldn't do that if I were you. There is a pretty strong situation working against the Tigers on Saturday and this technical gem demands our respect.

Since 1980, game four undefeated teams coming off an ATS victory are a stiff 33-64-2 ATS provided they are matched up against an opponent that takes the field off a double-digit pointspread loss. If our "play against" side is facing a foe that played on foreign soil last, this early season system bottoms out at an ugly 8-38-1 ATS. That doesn't bode well for Missouri.

As luck would have it, we have a nice angle working for the Hoosiers this week too. Over the past 35 years, college road underdogs priced at +7 or more are a respectable 39-21-1 ATS provided they lost straight up as a road favorite of -7 or more last. This awesome role changer system tightens up to a magnificent 21-5-1 ATS as long as this is a non-conference game. Indiana fits both pieces of this money-making situation.

With eight starters back on offense and nine on defense, the Hoosiers are experienced enough to keep this one close. Look for IU quarterback Nate Sudfeld and running back Tevin Coleman to post a good amount of yards and help the Big Red fall under this inflated number. Take Indiana. Thank you and best of luck, Tom Stryker.

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-F  |  Sep 20, 2014
Bowling Green vs. Wisconsin
Wisconsin
-26½-115
  at  BMAKER
Won
$100
Play Type: Premium

Off last Saturday's shootout victory over my beloved Hoosiers, this is going to be a tough spot for the Falcons. The Badgers are rested, off a home win over Western Illinois and there's no doubt they will be well prepared for this non-conference battle.

Technically speaking, Wisconsin is in the ideal wagering situation. In Madison taking the field off a straight up win, the Badgers own a profitable 61-39-1 ATS record. If Wisky is lined up against an opponent that played in the comforts of home last, this team trend explodes to a tremendous 42-22-1 ATS. Of course, don't forget about the Badgers dominance as a non-conference host. The last 30 teams outside of the Big 10 to visit Camp Randall Stadium all left with a straight up loss in their pocket. (30 consecutive non-conference wins by an average of 24.4 points per game.)

Off their upset win over Indiana, Bowling Green will have its hands full in Cheese Country. As per my database, college road teams are a soft 143-193-4 ATS provided they won straight up priced as a home dog of +7 or more last. This technical situation goes from bad to worse if our guest is tackling an opponent that hits the field off a straight up win - now 63-102-3 ATS. (Make that 18-43 ATS if their opponent's victory came by 22 points or more.)

Coming off a bye, the Badgers have won their last six contests by an average of 34.3 points per game. The Falcons are in the wrong place at the wrong time. Take Wisconsin. Thank you and best of luck, Tom Stryker.

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SERVICE BIO

A professional handicapper at Team Stryker Sports since 1984, Tom Stryker offers you 25 years of experience. Tom is known for his strong work ethic and his commitment to delivering the best analysis available. With regards to style, Stryker likes to use the perfect blend of two decades of experience as well as emotional, statistical, and technical support to back up his selections. Back in the early 90's, Tom helped assemble one of the most powerful football and basketball databases in the nation. This incredible piece of software holds over 100 profitable situations with ATS records topping 90 percent. Located in the Midwest just a few miles from the University of Notre Dame, Stryker is tuned into the Irish as well as the Big Ten and MAC Conferences. College Football, Major League Baseball as well as the NBA and NFL playoffs are considered his strengths. But keep in mind a profitable run can happen at any time in any sport when Stryker gets into one of his capping zones. In 2000, Tom reached the ultimate peak when he bested over 100 other professional handicappers, and finished the season ranked No. 1 in college football (28-13 for 68.3% record) as monitored by the Sports Monitor of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. In 2001, Tom incredibly repeated that feat by finishing No. 1 in college football with a solid 24-15 for 61.5% mark! To date, Stryker is the only handicapper to win back-to-back college football handicapping titles as documented by the Sports Monitor. Since going pro, Tom has recorded numerous other Top 10 finishes. Tom is also the editor and publisher of the Pre-Game Report - one of the best football newsletters in the industry! Vince Lombardi, one of the greatest football coaches ever, once said, �The harder you work, the harder it is to surrender.� When you do business with Tom Stryker you can expect three things: experience, professionalism and effort.