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RUTGERS
Lay the wood with Rutgers tonight when they host Navy.
Both teams boast fantastic running games, with Rutgers Ray Rice and Navy’s triple-option offense.
But make no mistake; Rutgers is going to put up the big plays tonight with their passing game.
That’s right, quarterback Mike Teel, who looked like a deer caught in the headlights at times last season, is going to make the difference here.
Teel completed 16-of-23 passes for 328 yards and two touchdowns in last week’s 38-3 win over Buffalo. Receiver Tiquan Underwood had 10 receptions for a school-record 248 yards.
The threat of a passing game is going to keep the Navy defense, which returns only three starters, guessing the entire game. That will open up huge running lanes for Rice, who ran for 184 yards and three touchdowns in the season opener.
I know Navy coach Paul Johnson has an uncanny ability to keep his team within the number, but going against the 16th-ranked Scarlet Knights in their backyard is going to be too daunting a task.
Rutgers beat the Midshipmen 34-0 last year and held them to 113 yards on 50 rushing attempts.
Rutgers is 5-1 ATS in this series, including 3-0 at home.
Lay the points as Rutgers cruises to the win and cover.

10 Dime –

RED SOX (With Lester and Cabrera as listed pitchers)
Take the Red Sox as the road chalk tonight over the Orioles.
Jon Lester will start for the BoSox and I expect him to continue rolling tonight. The left-hander is 2-0 with a 3.93 ERA in his last three starts. He’s 2-0 in two lifetime starts against the Orioles.
Baltimore will send Daniel Cabrera to the mound and to say he’s struggled against the Red Sox in his career would be an understatement.
The right-hander is 1-8 with a 7.88 ERA in 10 career starts against Boston, including 0-2 in two starts this year.
Baltimore is just 2-14 in its last 16 games while Boston is 5-1 in its last six.
Take the Red Sox as the road chalk for the win.

5 Dime –

WHITE SOX (With Silva and Vazquez as listed pitchers)
Take the White Sox as the home chalk tonight over the Twins.
Javier Vazquez will start for the White Sox and he’s held the Twins in check this year. In three starts, the right-hander is 2-0 with a 1.59 ERA. He backed Ozzie Guillen after the manager tore into his team over the weekend and called out his fellow players. He talked about picking up the energy the rest of the season, as well as playing with some pride.
I expect a quality outing tonight from the right-hander.
Minnesota will counter with Carlos Silva, who has struggled against the White Sox this year. The right-hander is 0-3 with a 5.06 ERA in three starts this year and 4-9 with a 5.63 ERA lifetime against the Pale Hose.
Take the White Sox as the home chalk as they grab the win.

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Game: Rutgers at Navy
Sep 7 2007 7:00PM

Prediction: Navy

Reason: Rutgers was in a great spot last season in their tilt with Navy. They had two weeks to prepare for Paul Johnson's offensive schemes and crushed the Middies, 34-0! But the real story was Navy losing starting QB Hampton on the very first series. Navy never recovered. But the final was a bit misleading with Rutgers getting 10 points off of blocked punts, and a 28 yard TD drive late in the game. In the loss, Navy's 2007 starting QB Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada was thrown into the mix and simply wasn't ready. But this is his attack now and has been ever since that game and we feel he's ready to shine. Navy's triple-option attack will face a Rutgers' defense with four new starters in its front seven. And while all of the talk has been about Navy only returning three starters on defense, that's not an unusual circumstance for Academy football programs. The unit dominated in their opener, albeit against Temple. But don't expect their personnel losses to cause as much of a drop-off as many are predicting. Also, the Scarlet Knights are a national "player" if you will, which means they're receiving extra attention from the linemaker who's adjusting for faulty public perception. There's no doubt that HC Greg Schiano has transformed Rutgers into a public team, which means the solid value lies with Navy. We'll take the points with the Midshipmen on Friday night. Thanks! GL! Scott.

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LA Dodgers v/s San Francisco 9/7/2007 10:05:00 pm

If the Dodgers don't make the postseason, it certainly cannot be blamed on young righthanded starter Chad Billingsley. Billingsley, who's just turned 24 years old, has done everything right this season with ten wins, a 3.30 ERA, only 106 hits in over 122 innings and 118 strikeouts and has elevated himself to within a notch of the elite starters in the league with those numbers. Even more amazing are his numbers away from the normally pitcher-friendly Dodger Stadium as Billingsley is 7-2 with a 2.71 ERA and only 51 hits in over 66 innings on the road this season. Billingsley seems like a veteran starter compared with the Giants' lefthander Jonathan Sanchez. Although 2 years older than Billingsley, Sanchez has only started five games in his two years of Major League service. But with San Francisco not going to the postseason and roster expansion here, they have obviously decided to see what they've got with Sanchez. And what it appears they have is a southpaw strikeout specialist who needs to gain better control of his pitches (so the Giants can't be faulted for letting him get some additional experience as a starter). Nonetheless, Sanchez deserves to be a huge underdog here. There are few teams (if any) who have been so dominant in an opponent's ballpark than the Dodgers have been at AT&T Park as LA has won its last eleven games played there. Take the Dodgers. As always, good luck...Al McMordie.

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15 DIME

Braves -1 1/2 runs - Specify Pitchers - Hanahran vs Smoltz

Dodgers - Specify Pitchers - Billingsley vs Sanchez

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5 DIME

A's - Specify Pitchers - Haren vs Volquez

White Sox - Specify Pitchers - Sliva vs Vazquez

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Larry Ness' 15* Bailout of the Week (26-8 since Aug 7 / 109-38 this season!)
My 15* play is on the LA Dodgers at 10:05 ET. The Dodgers lost 13 of 16 games from July 28-August 14 and appeared to be "dead in the water." However, they have rebounded to win 14 of 21 to pull within 2 1/2 games of wild card-leading San Diego, the closest they have been since August 23. LA enters this game with the Giants, having won eight of their last 11 overall and with 11 straight wins at AT&T Park (6-0 in '07)! Chad Billingsley (10-4, 3.30 ERA) goes for LA. He opened the year in the bullpen and didn't make his first start until 6/21. He went 3-0 in his first seven starts (Dodgers were 6-1) but then had a five-start winless stretch. He was 0-4 (team was 0-5), while posting a 4.33 ERA. However, he looks to win his fourth straight start for the Dodgers, tonight. He's been excellent during his three-game streak, limiting opponents to four ERs and 16 hits in 21 innings while walking four and striking out 22 (1.71 ERA). The Giants can only counter with Jonathan Sanchez (1-3, 5.27 ERA), who will make his second start of the season. The second-year left-hander allowed three runs and six hits over 5.1 innings Saturday in a 4-1 loss at Washington. Sanchez made four starts for San Francisco at the end of last year, going 1-1 with a 7.36 ERA. Sanchez is in trouble here against the Dodgers, who have hit lefties well this year, especially on the road (12-6 and plus-$650). Bailout of the Week 15* LA Dodgers.

Good Luck...Larry

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NATIONAL LEAGUE

St. Louis (69-6 at Arizona (78-63)
It’s a battle of right-handers in the Valley of the Sun tonight as the Cardinals’ Adam Wainwright (13-9, 3.7 goes up against the Diamondbacks’ Brandon Webb (14-10, 2.91) in Phoenix.
The Cardinals come into this one winners of five of their last seven and off a 16-4 win over the Pirates Thursday. St. Louis has gotten the best of Arizona this season, taking three of four.
Wainwright has won two of his last three starts and posted a 1.93 ERA in those three outings. He is 6-2 on the road and last time he pitched on the highway he blanked the Brewers on two hits over seven innings of an 8-0 win.
St. Louis is 7-3 in his last 10 starts and his lone start against Arizona in his career was July 5 when he gave up two runs on five hits over seven innings of a 3-2 victory. He’s allowed more than three earned runs just once in his last 10 outings.
Webb has gone just 1-2 in his last three starts with a 5.59 ERA and in front of the home fans he’s just 6-5 this season. Webb pitched Sunday at home and gave up four runs on five hits over seven innings of a 4-3 loss to the Rockies.
He faced the Cardinals on July 2 and gave up five runs on seven hits in six innings of an 11-3 loss. Last season at home, he pitched a complete-game one-hitter and beat St. Louis 3-0.
The under is 7-3-1 in the Cardinals’ last 11 Friday games and 8-1-1 in Webb’s last 10 outings.
ATS ADVANTAGE: UNDER




AMERICAN LEAGUE


Cleveland (81-59) at L.A. Angels (83-57)

Two of the three AL division leaders continue their four-game set in Anaheim, Calif., tonight when the Indians send Jake Westbrook (5-8, 4.42 ERA) to the hill to face the Angels’ John Lackey (16-8, 3.26).
The Angels scored a 10-3 win Thursday to cool off the Indians, who came into the series having won 16 of the last 20.
Westbrook is 1-1 in his last three games with a 2.75 ERA and the Indians have won five of his last seven starts. In his last road start, he shut out Detroit on five hits over eight innings of a 3-1 win. He’s allowed just one run in his last 15 innings of work on the highway.
Against the Angels, Westbrook gave up three runs (two earned) over six innings of a 4-1 home loss back on April 11. Since 2004, the Indians are just 2-5 in his last seven starts against Los Angeles.
Lackey has been the ace of the Angels’ staff this season and in his last three he is 1-1 with a 2.78 ERA. He pitched Sunday at home and gave up four runs on six hits over 6 2/3 innings of an 8-7 loss to the Rangers.
The Angels are just 2-5 in Lackey’s seven starts against Cleveland since 2003. He went 1-2 last year in three starts and at home he allowed five runs on 10 hits in 4 2/3 innings of a 6-4 loss.
The under is 14-5 in Westbrook’s 19 outings this season, 9-4 in Cleveland’s last 13 road games, and 5-2 in the seven head-to-head meetings between these two this year. The over has been the play in seven of the Angels’ last nine overall.
ATS ADVANTAGE: UNDER

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

Navy (1-0 SU, 0-1 ATS) at No. 13 Rutgers (1-0 SU and ATS)

The 13th-ranked Scarlet Knights had the offense in overdrive last week and look to keep it going as they host Navy in a nationally televised contest tonight.
Rutgers had 563 total yards and easily covered as a 31 ½-point favorite in the Knights 38-3 victory over Buffalo last week. Rutgers’ RB Ray Rice rushed for 184 yards and three TDs and QB Mike Teel threw for a career-high 328 yards and two TDs.
The Scarlet Knights went on the road to beat the Midshipmen last October, winning 34-0 as three-point underdogs. Rutgers got a big game from Teel as he threw for 215 yards and three TDs. Navy was able to limit Rice to 93 yards and keep him out of the end zone, the only time that happened in 2006.
The Middies opened the season a week ago with a 30-19 win over Temple, failing to cover the number as a 21-point chalk. Navy led Division I-A in rushing yards last season (327 yards per game) and rattled off 361 yards in the season opener, led by RB Shun White’s 122 yards on eight carries.
In last season’s game against Rutgers, the Middies were only able to rush for 113 yards.
The Scarlet Knights have gone 5-1 (4-1 ATS in the lined games) in the last six games against Navy dating back to 2000. Last time these two squared off in New Jersey was 2005 when Rutgers scored a 31-21 win as 6 ½-point favorites.
Navy is 35-17 ATS in its last 52 games overall while Rutgers has gone 8-3-1 ATS in its last 12 on grass.
The under has been the play in the last two head-to-head meetings and was the play in the opener for both schools last week.

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*RUTGERS 33 - Navy 16--We've seen Navy cover enough games for Paul Johnson to never underestimate Mids. And remember that Rutgers took advantage in Annapolis LY after Navy QB Hampton was KO'd in 1st Q. But Greg Schiano's "D" also held Mid option to its lowest rush total of '05 in win at New Brunswick. And emergence of WR Underwood (10 catches in opener) gives Scarlet Knights another weapon to stretch still-suspect Navy "D." CABLE TV--ESPN 

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*RUTGERS 33 - Navy 16--We've seen Navy cover enough games for Paul Johnson to never underestimate Mids. And remember that Rutgers took advantage in Annapolis LY after Navy QB Hampton was KO'd in 1st Q. But Greg Schiano's "D" also held Mid option to its lowest rush total of '05 in win at New Brunswick. And emergence of WR Underwood (10 catches in opener) gives Scarlet Knights another weapon to stretch still-suspect Navy "D." CABLE TV--ESPN 

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Friday, September 7th, 2007, 7:05 p.m. est.

Seattle Mariners (74-64) at Detroit Tigers (75-65)
(R) Miguel Batista (13-10) vs. (R) Justin Verlander (15-5)

Detroit's (R) Justin Verlander


Seattle sends Miguel Batista (13-10, 4.59), to the mound. The right-hander is 1-2 with a 3.72 ERA in eight career appearances, including four starts against the Tigers. Batista allowed one run and five hits over seven innings, in a 2-1 defeat against Toronto on Saturday, but didn't get a decision


Detroit counters with their ace Justin Verlander (15-5, 3.67 ERA) to the mound. The right-hander allowed one run and six hits over 6 2/3 innings in a 6-1 win against Oakland in his last start on Saturday. Verlander is 3-0 with a 3.26 ERA in three career starts versus the Mariners, including two this season.

The Mariners are playing dreadfully just one win in their last 11 contests and have dropped eight of its last nine games away from home. Seattle has split the last six meetings at Comerica Park, but they haven’t met in Detroit since May.




Take the Detroit Tigers at home with their ace Verlander at the helm. Detroit is 4-1 in the last 5 games versus Seattle in the Motor City.


Oddsmakers:
Detroit as a -165 home favorite with the total listed at 9½ 'over'.

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