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NCAA-F  |  Oct 24, 2014
South Florida vs. Cincinnati
  at  BMAKER
in 11h

Jack’s Free Pick Friday: Cincinnati -10.5

While the Bearcats have been blown out three times this season, all three of those games came against quality opponents in Ohio State, Memphis and Miami, and two of them came on the road. After that gauntlet of a schedule, playing teams like SMU and South Florida have to feel like a breeze for the Bearcats. I look for them to make easy work of the Bulls at home in this one.

The Bearcats got back in the win column last week with a 41-3 win at hapless SMU.  It outgained the Mustangs 508-276 for the game.  The defense put forth their best effort of the season in limiting SMU to just a field goal while forcing four turnovers.  They held the Mustangs scoreless after the first quarter and cruised to a 38-point victory.

Now Cincinnati returns home, where it has one of the most underrated home-field advantages in the country. The Bearcats have gone 5-1 or better at home in five of the past six seasons. They went 6-0 in 2008, 6-0 in 2009, 5-1 in 2011, 6-1 in 2012 and 5-1 in 2013. So, in those five seasons combined, they sported a 28-3 record at home. They are a completely different animal inside the friendly confines of Paul Brown Stadium.

Despite getting five of their first seven games at home this season, the South Florida Bulls have been blown out by double-digits three times. Their only three wins have come against Western Carolina, Connecticut and Tulsa. One of those teams is an FCS opponent, while the other two are among the worst teams in the FBS. They also only won those three games all by 8 points or fewer.

This Cincinnati offense is putting up big numbers in 2014, averaging 34.3 points and 443.0 yards per game. Gunner Kiel is one of the most underrated quarterbacks in the country. He is completing 59.4 percent of his passes for 1,853 yards with 19 touchdowns against six interceptions. He should have his way with a USF defense that is giving up 29.0 points and 418.3 yards per game.

I just don’t believe that South Florida has the offensive firepower to keep up with Kiel and company in this one. The Bulls are averaging just 21.7 points and 311.3 yards per game to rank 120th out of 128 teams in total offense. That’s really bad when you consider the opponents they have faced thus far are giving up averages of 28.4 points and 400 yards per game.

I believe this line has been set lower than it should be because USF beat Cincinnati 26-20 at home last year. However, a closer look at the box score shows that the Bearcats should have won, but gave it away. They outgained the Bulls 350-241 for the game, but the Bulls got two non-offensive touchdowns on four Cincinnati turnovers, which was the difference in the game. Don’t expect the Bearcats to make the same kind of mistakes at home this time around.

Cincinnati is 12-2 ATS in its last 14 games off a game with a turnover margin of +4 or better. The Bulls are 6-15 ATS in their last 21 games following a ATS win. South Florida is 8-21 ATS in its last 29 games after allowing more than 450 total yards in its previous game. Cincinnati is 8-2 ATS in its last 10 meetings with South Florida.  Bet Cincinnati Friday.

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NCAA-F  |  Oct 26, 2014
Nevada vs. Hawaii
in 1d

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NCAA-F  |  Oct 25, 2014
UMass vs. Toledo
  at  BMAKER
in 1d

Massachusetts is just 2-6 on the season but it is much better than that record shows. Four of those losses have been by five points or less including three by a field goal or less so a few breaks here and there and the record could be a lot better. The Minutemen won just one game in each of the past two seasons but have already surpassed those totals thanks to its current two-game winning streak. Defeating Kent and Eastern Michigan may not be overly impressive but both wins were blowouts and they outgained the two opponents by 141 and 282 yards respectively. Toledo is coming off its bye week following a loss at Iowa St. which snapped its three-game winning streak. The Rockets are now laying their biggest number of the season which I feel is unjustified against one of the better teams in the MAC that are getting a different perception by the public. They have been outgained on four of their six games against teams from the FBS as their defense has been horrendous. That is not a good sign for a Massachusetts team that is starting to hit its stride offensively, averaging 39.8 ppg over its last four games. We don’t need the outright victory here as getting this many points against a horrific defense is a sure take. That defensive ineptness is backed up by a situation where we play on road underdogs in the second half of the season that are averaging between 5.6 and 6.2 yppl going up against teams allowing between 5.6 and 6.2 yppl. This situation is 31-7 ATS (81.6 percent) over the last five seasons. Play (149) Massachusetts Minutemen

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NFL  |  Oct 26, 2014
Oakland Raiders vs. Cleveland Browns
Oakland Raiders
in 2d

1* Free Play Oakland Raiders.

The 0-6 Oakland Raiders are in Cleveland to take on the 3-3 Browns. Both teams are coming off losses. After losing 31-28 to the Chargers two weeks ago, Oakland would fall 24-13 at home to the Cardinals last week. It’s the worst start to a season for the Raiders since losing their first 13 games in 1962: “This is as bad as you’re going to get through the first part of the season,” safety Charles Woodson remarked after the loss to Arizona. “We haven’t won a game. How much worse can it get than that, than not winning a game?” Rookie QB Derek Carr has looked brilliant at times and pretty ordinary in others so far this year, he had four TD’s in the loss to the Chargers, but finished just 16 for 28 for 173 yards vs. the tough Cardinals defense. Carr though catches a break this week in playing against a Cleveland Browns unit which ranks 23rd in opposing passing yards. After a big 31-10 win over rival Pittsburgh, the Browns looked disastrous in last week’s 24-6 setback at Jacksonville. Cleveland settled for field goals in two trips inside the 20-yard line and failed to convert on fourth-and-1 at the 24. The Browns entered the weekend with the third best rushing attack, but looked anemic, 30 attempts for 69 total yards in the end. Despite the Raiders being winless this year, I believe these teams are moving in opposite diretions right now. Oakland has performed well vs. two playoff bound teams over the last two weekends, Cleveland continues to do what it does best and that is to show a ton of inconsistency from game to game. I think “sprinkling a little” on the money line isn’t a bad idea here either; consider a second look at the visitors in this one.

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NCAA-F  |  Oct 25, 2014
Texas vs. Kansas State
  at  BMAKER
in 1d

Free Play from Doc’s Sports. #193 Take Texas Longhorns over Kansas State Wildcats (Saturday 12 pm ESPN) The Longhorns are getting better under new coach Charlie Strong and have only been dominated one time this year. Kansas State is coming off a big victory against Oklahoma last Saturday, a game the Sooners gave away with three miscues in the kicking game. Therefore I do not believe Kansas State is good enough to be laying double digits in this game. Texas seems to play to the level of their competition and you can bet they will be pumped up for this game. Texas has covered 9 of their last 12 games when they are and underdog on the road. The Wildcats win this game but it comes much closer than what the experts believe. Doc’s Sports nailed their NFL Game of the Year last week when the underdog Chiefs beat the Chargers straight-up. Expect more of the same this weekend with a full slate of winners on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday you cannot afford to miss. 

NFL  |  Oct 26, 2014
Baltimore Ravens vs. Cincinnati Bengals
Baltimore Ravens
in 2d

Take Baltimore (#267)

My clients and I cashed a winning Big Ticket bet supporting the Bengals in Week 1 on the road at Baltimore.  Cinci dominated that game early, but settled for five first half field goals.  After halftime, the Ravens scored 17 unanswered to take the lead.  But a 77 yard bomb from Andy Dalton to AJ Green in the final minutes allowed the Bengals to escape with a victory on Baltimore’s home field; their first road win over the Ravens since 2009.

But the Bengals team that we saw on opening day is not the same Bengals team that Marvin Lewis is fielding right now.  AJ Green has a bad toe, unable to suit up in their last two ballgames.  TE Tyler Eifert is out as well.  That duo combined for more than half of Cinci’s receiving yards in that Week 1 win.  Defensively, the Bengals have a cluster injury problem at linebacker.  All three LB starters were off the field by the second half of last week’s loss at Indy; none of them are sure things to suit up this week.  Throw in an impact injury to stud CB Leon Hall (questionable for Sunday), and you can understand why Cinci’s defense has struggled in recent weeks.

The Bengals have a ‘value’ problem as well as their injury concerns and Baltimore’s ‘same season divisional revenge’ concerns.  Cincinnati’s season long stats look just fine, outgaining their foes by 0.3 yards per play.  They’ve got a positive turnover differential, Dalton’s QB rating is at the highest of his career, and their pass defense numbers (opposing QB passer rating numbers) rank among the top five teams in the NFL.

But those full-season numbers are heavily influenced by the Bengals first three games of the season, all relatively well-played wins and covers.  Over their last three games, it’s been a very different story.  Cinci’s defense allowed more than 500 yards against Indy last week on the heels of allowing 80 points in their previous two games, a struggling unit.  And Cinci got shut out last week, the second time in the last three games that the offense couldn’t throw the football effectively.  Looking solely at Cinci’s 2014 numbers creates a somewhat misleading profile.

Baltimore has found their mojo since that Week 1 loss to the Bengals, winning five of their last six contests thanks to the emerge of a big play passing game that was largely absent last year but was on full display when they won the Super Bowl two years ago.  Joe Flacco is currently sporting the best QB rating of his career; averaging more than ten yards per attempt three times in the last four games.  RB Justin Forsett has seven 20+ yard rushing attempts for the year, making big plays out of the backfield.  And the Ravens defense has been rock solid, particularly in the red zone, allowing 21 points or less in every game since their opening day defeat against Cincinnati.  Right now, Baltimore is the better team, catching points.  Take the Ravens.

NCAA-F  |  Oct 25, 2014
Rutgers vs. Nebraska
in 1d

I’m laying the points with Nebraska on Saturday.  Full analysis posted later.

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NCAA-F  |  Oct 24, 2014
Oregon vs. California
79½ un-110
  at  BMAKER
in 14h

This is a Free #NCAAF play on ORE@CAL to go UNDER the total. 

The Oregon Ducks will be in Santa Clara Friday night, taking on a much improved California team. Both these teams rank in the Top 10 in the nation in scoring, and because of that bettors are expecting this to be a high scoring contest. The total for this game opened at 77 (already sky high), but has been bet up as high as 80. That’s an awful lot of points for a game that has the potential to be a one-sided affair. 

Cal has scored an awful lot of points against soft defenses, putting up 60 versus Washington State, 59 versus Colorado, and 45 in a loss at Arizona. They lost at home to the Washington Huskies by a score of 31-7 two weeks ago, and Oregon’s defense is at least as capable as Washington’s. 

These teams play every year, and six of the last seven meetings have gone under the total. None of the last 10 games between these two teams has seen a combined 80 points. None of Oregon’s seven games so far this season have seen 80 points scored. 

California has only seen 80+ points in one of it’s four home games, and of course those were all at Memorial Stadium in Berkley, while this game is in Stanta Clara at the home of the NFL’s San Francisco 49ers.

 Take UNDER. 


Jesse Schule

NCAA-F  |  Oct 25, 2014
Georgia Tech vs. Pittsburgh
in 1d

Ross Benjamin has been on an absolute torrid run in college football going 9-0 the last 3-weeks, and 11-1 the last 4-weeks. His football pay selections overall have gone a sizzling 16-4 L20!

Georgia Tech @ Pittsburgh 3:30 PM ET
Game 139-140
Play On: Pittsburgh -3.0

The Panthers are far from a bad team, but you just don’t know what Pitt team will show up, the one that knocked off Boston College and Virginia Tech, or the one that was beaten at home as a 20.5 point favorite by Akron. Despite the inconsistencies, the Panthers match up very well versus Georgia Tech. They’re stout against the run, and they possess a very good rushing attack that averages 239-yards per game, and 5.2 yards per carry. Georgia Tech has had no answer for stopping the run this season, and their vaunted rushing attack will be neutralized in this one.

Any conference home favorite of 6.0 or less, coming off a conference home underdog straight up win by 3-points or more, and they have a winning percentage of less than .600, has gone 20-1 SU&ATS since 1999. Play on Pittsburgh minus the small number as a free selection.