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We've built up the off season, patiently waiting for football to kickoff, while dissecting into futures markets and early lines hoping to find angles. We got a small taste of what the upcoming NCAA season holds for us, but Week 1 around college football smells of value.

Build up your bankroll with some midweek Bookie Busters, we have some soccer, MLB and some NCAA (Thursday) on the menu.

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855 CST  

Utah/BYU Under 49 3U

8/28  220 CST

Yankees -1.5 2U

Yankees Team Total over 5.5 2U

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MLS

LA FC vs LA Galaxy 5U MAX

Over 3.5 released earlier on Moneyline 97.5

Bolivia

AURORA VS BOLÍVAR

Over 3 risk 5U

848 PM

SJ Earthquakes at Los Angeles FC

Over 3.5 5U MAX BOMB

Previous Plays

Sparta Rotterdam at Den Haag - Holland Eredivisie

Over 3 5U MAX BOMB

Smash it

Previous Plays

Braves ML 1U

Angels ML 3U

Astros -1.5 game 2 risk 3U

5U MAX BOMB SMASH THIS BET

FH over 1/1.5 Asian line 5U MAX

Uruguay

Penarol Montevideo at Defensor Sporting

Over 2.5/3 Asian line 5U MAX

Parlay 1U

Red Bull/Madrid over 1.5 FH

Astros -1.5

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Don't miss the video above as ESPN Houston's John Granato & Lance Zierlein react to the '24 Texans schedule release, and discuss the “beast” of a second half they'll face.

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