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Looking to bounce back with a big betting weekend

Jadeveon Clowney and the Texans could play well enough to hit the over. Photo by Michelle Watson/Catchlight Group

Tough week. If you play long enough you know they happen. Nothing we can do but look back over the plays and make adjustments.  Really kicking myself for not playing a couple of games I mentioned. I said the WVU/Kansas number got away from us- I should have played that over. I liked Georgia, and really liked the Saints. I should have played them all.


Michigan State +4- Never showed up. Outclassed from kickoff. Lesson learned: don’t play mediocre Big 10 teams.

Toledo +13.5- I still like the play. They fell apart in the fourth quarter but the game was much closer than the score indicated and Toledo was winning at halftime.

Oregon/Arizona State Over 75: Landed on 72. Scoring slowed down in the second half. I would play it again.

Three-team 10 point teaser: Pats, Saints and Oklahoma State.  Credit to TCU. I did not expect that kind of effort. A lot of people did- they were right.

YTD 6-11 (-$285) Fade me if you want…

3 team 10 point teaser (Risking $60 to win $50)

Saints +7, Broncos +7, Patriots +1

Risking ($55 to win $50)

Titans/Texans Over 43.5

USC/Washington State Over 63.5

Oklahoma State/Texas Tech Over 85 (2 units) 1-0 on these this year and it was another Tech over.

Money Line Parlay

Packers, Auburn, Texas A&M Risking ($50 to win $60)

When you are losing no one cares what your opinion is on games. They just want you to win. So I am switching it up. Five total plays. I like all of them. Good luck. I really think they we have a big week.

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