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Wednesday Service Picks and Free Consensus:

LT Lock
OVER Navy

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Winning Points Online MLB pick of the day.

ARIZONA (Webb) -125 over COLORADO (Francis)

The Rockies come into the NLCS having won 17
of their last 18 ballgames, but that lone defeat
was at the hands of tonight's starter Brandon
Webb. The defending Cy Young champ had a
great follow-up season (+$390, 3.01 ERA in
34 starts) and looks to be an excellent value
at this price, despite Colorado's succcess in
head to head play with Arizona. The D'Backs
performed extremely well vs. lefthanders in
2007 (28-17, +$1195) so they have an edge
in a tight pitchers' duel vs. Jefff Francis. We
look for the home team to grab an early ad-
vantage in this best of seven showdown.

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WEDNESDAY

10 DIME
NAVY

free pick - Navy/Pitt UNDER (For analysis see daily video)

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Tony Mathew's Free College Football Proposition Selection for October 10, 2007.

Matchup: Navy vs. Pittsburgh

Proposition: In which half will there be more points scored? (1st Half or 2nd Half + OT)

Selection: The "2nd Half + OT" will have more points scored.
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John's Free College Football Proposition Selection for Wednesday!

Proposition: Will a Special Teams and/or Defensive TD be scored?

Selection: Yes... A Special Teams and/or Defensive TD be scored (Navy vs. Pittsburgh).

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WEDNESDAY'S SELECTIONS

TOTAL LOCK/YEAR

NAVY/PITTSBURGH Over 51 1/2

BEST BETS

NAVY +4 1/2
TAMPA BAY -155
BOSTON +180
PHILADELPHIA +130

EASY MONEY TOTAL/DAY

BOSTON/ANAHEIM Under 5 1/2 goals

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ATLANTA

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Michael Cannon Money Train still on losing streak going 0-2 on Monday, Down 20 Dimes - Wednesday's Card:

5 Dime –

NAVY
Take the points with Navy tonight when they travel to take on Pitt.
Pitt came into this season projected to be about a .500 team.
That was before a rash of injuries hit them and now they face the possibility of sinking to the bottom of the Big East standings.
The Panthers will rely on two freshmen for the brunt of their offense, quarterback Pat Bostick and running back LeSean McCoy.
Although McCoy has shown some real potential with 503 rushing yards in five games, Bostick was taking snaps for his high school team this time last year.
Navy doesn’t scare anybody defensively, but the Panthers offense has been plagued by so many mistakes that the Midshipmen won’t have to play a great game to keep Pitt from marching up and down the field.
On offense, however, Navy can and will keep this game close with their triple-option. Quarterback Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada is the key to the Navy rushing attack and he has rushed for 418 yards and seven touchdowns. Fullback Eric Kettani averages six yards per carry and has gained 318 yards.
Navy is ranked No. 2 nationally with 348 rushing yards per game and should keep the Pitt defenders confused trying to defend the triple option.
Even though they are playing at home, Pitt will feel the pressure of having to produce here in front of a national TV audience, something that may work against them with a true freshman at quarterback.
Take the points as Navy runs the perfect offense to keep this game close throughout and don’t be surprised if they score the outright win.

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Since getting off to a 2-0 start with wins over Eastern Michigan and Grambling State, the Panthers have lost three in a row and looked very bad in the process. It’s really been staggering to see as this club returned 14 starters from last year’s (6-6) team, but they can’t seem to get any consistency on either side of the ball. Defensively, they’ve been alright allowing just 268-combined YPG. Their rush defense has been solid allowing just 111 YPG, but their L/3 games vs. MSU, UCONN, and Virginia saw that number balloon up to 144 YPG. That should have Pitt backers concerned here since the Midshipmen boast the country’s #1 ranked rushing attack ringing in at 348 YPG. However, Navy having no real semblance of a passing game will allow the Panthers to concentrate solely on limiting the Middies rush attack.

Offensively, it hasn’t been pretty whatsoever for HC Dave Wannstedt’s Panthers. The QB position is unsettled. They’ve played musical chairs with both Frosh QB’s Pat Bostick & Kevin Smith, and the inconsistency at that position has seen the Panthers average less than 200 YPG through the air. However, if this part of the Panthers attack were to ever go off, it would be tonight. Navy has allowed its first five opponents to pass for 281 YPG (10 yards per pass), and a combined 447 YPG this season. Those numbers should have Pitt very determined to put their best offensive foot forward, and put forth their best offensive effort of the season. The Panther coaching staff has had plenty of time to come up with a game plan to take advantage of Navy’s defensive shortcomings, so there’s no excuse for this team not to put a healthy load of points on the board this evening.

As easy as it normally is to fade a Wannstedt coached team and come away happy, something stinks about this line. We all know about Navy's ability to come through more times than not when installed as an underdog, but this is a much lesser HC Johnson coached club. Pitt owns the much better talent overall, but it just hasn't translated on the playing field. This crooked numbers dangling out there to entice Navy money, but don't take the bait. Pitt will win this game, and they will cover the number in the process. They were embarrassed in their last home game vs. UCONN, and will put forth a more complete effort under the bright Wednesday night ESPN lights...

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NHL

ATLANTA 135

TAMPA BAY -145

CALGARY 157

NASHVILLE 105

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5 unit play- Pittsburgh

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WEDNESDAY'S SELECTIONS

TOTAL LOCK/YEAR

NAVY/PITTSBURGH Over 51 1/2

BEST BETS

NAVY +4 1/2
TAMPA BAY -155
BOSTON +180
PHILADELPHIA +130

EASY MONEY TOTAL/DAY

BOSTON/ANAHEIM Under 5 1/2 goals

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All 3 unit play
Anaheim
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Tampa Bay

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Game: Pittsburgh at Navy (Wednesday 10/10 8:00 PM Eastern)
Pick: Navy +4


Navy will play the Panthers in Pittsburgh tonight, bringing in the nation's #2 rushing attack (348 yards per game). Navy remains a one dimensional team. They run the triple option and throw the ball less than 10 times per game. While one-dimensional can sometimes be bad, it works for Navy. It is an offense that is difficult to defend. Because of its unique structure, teams don't have any way to prepare for the novelty. Navy is in a role they find themselves in frequently: getting points on the road. They have risen to the occassion in the recent past, going 9-2 ATS in their last 11 games in this situation. The Midshipmen sport six ball carriers that have all had at least 20 carries, overall averaging 5.8 ypc, and five of the six over 6 ypc. Don't be surprised if Navy takes a shot downfield against the Panthers on their first possession. Last year they went to UCONN and on their first possession, with the Huskies poised to stop the run, they completed a 77 yard TD pass. Navy moves the ball with each possession and that often results in very few punts. Oftentimes on 4th down they go for it because they are confident that they can move the chains. Pittsburgh will now be on their third QB of the season and will be counting on Pat Bostick to get the offense moving. Bostick started vs. Virginia, where the Panthers were demolished 44-14. He has thrown five interceptions to just two touchdown passes. Virginia rushed the ball 42 times in that game for 173 yards. Look for more of the same from Navy here. The Navy defense has not been great, but the Panther offense is rated 105th out of 120 teams. Pitt's defense is ranked 9th but that ranking is somewhat misleading. They opened with Grambling State and E. Michigan which managed just 123 combined yards rushing and 384 yards overall. In Pittsburgh we have a BCS conference team that could lose 8-9 games this season. They have already lost three and still have to face Cinncinati, Louisville, Rutgers, S. Florida and West Virginia! Navy, a team that is 41-18 ATS vs. losing teams over the past 15 years, will likely win this game. We'll take the points as insurance.

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Navy (3-2, 1-4 ATS) at Pittsburgh (2-3, 2-2 ATS)
Pitt looks to snap a three-game losing skid when it hosts Navy in the first matchup between these programs in 18 years.
The Panthers will take the field for the first time since Sept. 29, when they got crushed 44-14 at Virginia as a 6½-point underdog. Pitt, which produced just 288 yards and 14 first downs in the Virginia loss, has been outscored 78-28 in its last two contests, including a 34-14 home loss to UConn.
Navy has followed up consecutive losses with back-to-back wins at home over Duke (46-43) and Air Force (31-20). Against the Falcons, the Midshipmen – as usual – did all of their damage on the ground, rushing for 302 yards while completing just 4 of 7 passes for 79 yards. They covered as a 2½-point home chalk.
After scoring 27 and 34 points in their first two games – a pair of wins over Eastern Michigan and Grambling – Pitt has averaged just 13.7 points during its three-game slide. For the season, the Panthers are producing just 315 yards per contest, but the defense has held its ground, yielding just 268.4 ypg.
The Midshipmen offense is humming, putting up 32.4 points and 446.8 yards, including an NCAA-best 348.4 rushing yards per contest. On the downside, Navy is surrendering 31.4 points and 453.6 yards per outing, including 172 rushing ypg.
Navy is averaging an impressive 5.8 yards per rush, but tonight the Middies go up against a Panthers defense that’s yielding just 2.9 yards per carry.
The Midshipmen snapped an 0-4 ATS slide with their spread-cover against Air Force two weeks ago. Although they failed to cash in both of their road games this season, they’re still 46-18 ATS in their last 64 on the highway.
The Panthers are mired in a 2-6 ATS slump going back to last season. However, they’re 7-1 ATS in their last eight October affairs.
Pitt defeated Navy four straight times from 1986-89, going 2-2 ATS.
The over is 9-3 in Pitt’s last 12 home games and 7-4 in Navy’s last 11 contests, including 5-2 in road/neutral site games.

ATS ADVANTAGE: NAVY and OVER

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4 unit
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10* MLB Rockies - Diamondbacks OVER 7.5 +100

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7* Pitt -4
5* Atlanta (nhl)

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double-dime bet102 Pittsburgh / 101 Navy Over 52.5 BetUS

Analysis: Stan's Top Totals Bettor has made a Big Play on tonight's Pitt/Navy game. He believes that NAVY will not be able to stop Pitt tonight and he feels that Pitt opens the offensive up to take advantage of a very weak Navy pass defense. Navy gives up almost 300 yds a game thru the air and they haven't played anyone yet. TAKE PITT/NAVY OVER and make them a DOUBLE DIME PLAY.

DOUBLE DIME PLAY
PITT/NAVY OVER

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PITTSBURGH (-4.0) 33 Navy 23
05:00 PM Pacific, 10-Oct-07
Navy has covered the spread in just one game all season and the Midshipmen still appear overrated. Navy has a good offensive unit, averaging 6.3 yards per play (against teams that would allow 5.8 yppl to an average team), but the Middies have been horrible defensively (6.9 yppl allowed to teams that would average 5.4 yppl) and have allowed a horrendous 9.7 yards per pass play, so expect Pitt’s frosh QB Pat Bostick to have a good game after averaging a decent 5.0 yppp in games against good defensive teams Connecticut and Virginia, who would combine to allow just 5.3 yppp to an average quarterback. While the Panthers’ offense should move the ball well against Navy’s bad defense I expect the stout Pitt defense to handle Navy’s option attack. Pittsburgh has yielded only 3.9 yards per play and only 3.7 yards per rushing play this season (to teams that would average 5.1 yppl and 4.7 yprp against an average defense), so they are more than capable of slowing down Navy’s offense. Pittsburgh has a significant advantage regardless of which team has the ball and the only thing keeping me from making Pittsburgh a Best Bet is Navy’s long tradition of pointspread success in regular season games away from home (73-34-1 ATS, although 0-2 ATS this season) and coach Johnson’s 20-9-1 ATS record when facing a team with a losing record. Of course, most of those losing opponents weren’t as good defensively against the run as the Panthers are and I’ll consider Pittsburgh a Strong Opinion at -5 points or less and I’d take Pitt as a 2-Star Best Bet at -3 points or les

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