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NorthCoast Sports: Power Sweep...4*....Houston
3*'s...Clemson.....Fla.Atlantic
2*'s....Penn St.....Oklahoma....UCF
Computer Corner:..Tex.A&M...Ohio State...New Mexico
Under Dog POW.....Colorado
Other Plays:
Comp:..Under Dog POW.....W. Michigan
#2 Econ Play....Maryland
Power Play..4*....W.Virginia
Big Ten POW....Illinois
Early Bird POW...ULM

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Air Force -3 (1 unit)
Colorado +4 (2 units)
Nevada -7 (1 unit)
Nebraska -1 1/2 (1 unit)
Iowa State +29 1/2 (3 units)
Missouri -3 1/2 (5 units)
Under 41 Miami-Florida State (4 units)
Washington +11 1/2 (2 units)
Maryland -4 (3 units)
UCF -3 (5 units)
NC State +5 1/2 (2 units)
Stanford +10 1/2 (1 unit)
Ala-Bir'ham +13 (4 units)
Florida -6 1/2 (1 unit)
Over 45 Iowa-Purdue (1 unit)
Michigan -2 1/2 (1 unit)
Idaho +9 1/2 (1 unit)
Auburn +10 1/2 (1 unit)
Colorado St +2 1/2 (1 unit)
Under 66 1/2 N Texas-Troy (2 units)
Middle Tenn -2 1/2 (5 units)
UL-Lafayette +7 (1 unit)

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3 Texas am
3 Kan St
3 Memphis
1 Kan
1 Oregon

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3* TX A&M
3* Fla
3* Miami
6* Kent
4* Fla Atlantic
4* Colo

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Saturday, October 20, 2007

Atlantic Coast Conference
FLORIDA ST. 22, Miami (Fla.) 15
MARYLAND 24, Virginia 20


Big 12 Conference
Kansas 38, COLORADO 26
Oklahoma 49, IOWA ST. 20
OKLAHOMA ST. 36, Kansas St. 31
Texas 43, BAYLOR 21
Texas A&M 36, NEBRASKA 32
Texas Tech vs. MISSOURI: TOO CLOSE TO CALL


Big East Conference
Cincinnati 39, PITTSBURGH 20


Big Ten Conference
Michigan 28, ILLINOIS 19
OHIO ST. 43, Michigan St. 15
Penn St. 36, INDIANA 25
PURDUE 26, Iowa 20


Mid-American Conference
Ball St. 45, WESTERN MICHIGAN 37
KENT ST. 36, Bowling Green 33
Miami (Ohio) 30, TEMPLE 21
Ohio 42, TOLEDO 40


Mountain West Conference
AIR FORCE 23, Wyoming 15
New Mexico 34, SAN DIEGO ST. 22
UNLV 30, Colorado St. 20


Pacific-10 Conference
ARIZONA 37, Stanford 27
Oregon 41, WASHINGTON 33
UCLA 35, California 33


Southeastern Conference
Arkansas 36, MISSISSIPPI 27
KENTUCKY 44, Florida 40
LSU 28, Auburn 18
SOUTH CAROLINA 33, Vanderbilt 7
Tennessee 40, ALABAMA 30


Sun Belt Conference
Florida Atlantic 43, LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE 28
LOUISIANA-MONROE 36, Florida International 19
MIDDLE TENNESSEE 36, Arkansas St. 27
TROY 54, North Texas 32


Conference USA
Houston 42, UAB 32
RICE 40, Memphis 32
SMU 34, Tulane 28
Tulsa 51, UCF 49


Western Athletic Conference
Boise St. 47, LOUISIANA TECH 15
FRESNO ST. 36, San Jose St. 28
Nevada 52, UTAH ST. 35
NEW MEXICO ST. 36, Idaho 32


FBS Non-Conference
BYU 40, Eastern Washington 17
CLEMSON 37, Central Michigan 36
EAST CAROLINA 40, North Carolina St. 26
GEORGIA TECH 34, Army 7
North Dakota St. 48, MINNESOTA 37
SYRACUSE 32, Buffalo 31
Usc 30, NOTRE DAME 16
Wake Forest 39, NAVY 35
WEST VIRGINIA 43, Mississippi St. 18
Western Kentucky 44, INDIANA ST. 19
WISCONSIN 38, Northern Illinois 13


Big Sky Conference
MONTANA 43, Northern Colorado 0
MONTANA ST. 23, Sacramento St. 14
Northern Arizona 29, WEBER ST. 24
Portland St. 39, IDAHO ST. 29


Big South Conference
Gardner-Webb 31, VMI 24
Liberty 42, CHARLESTON SOUTHERN 39


Colonial Athletic Association
MASSACHUSETTS 36, Northeastern 14
New Hampshire vs. HOFSTRA: TOO CLOSE TO CALL
RICHMOND 44, Rhode Island 25


Gateway Conference
Northern Iowa 30, WESTERN ILLINOIS 17
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 58, Missouri St. 33
YOUNGSTOWN ST. 38, Illinois St. 24


Great West Conference
Cal Poly vs. SOUTH DAKOTA ST.: TOO CLOSE TO CALL
Uc Davis 32, SOUTHERN UTAH 22


Ivy League
CORNELL 37, Brown 29
DARTMOUTH 36, Columbia 29
HARVARD 36, Princeton 21
Yale 33, PENN 19


Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference
DELAWARE ST. 28, Morgan St. 12
HAMPTON 27, South Carolina St. 20
HOWARD 39, North Carolina A&T 16


Northeast Conference
Albany 34, ST. FRANCIS (PA.) 10
C. Connecticut St. 23, WAGNER 19


Ohio Valley Conference
Austin Peay 33, SAMFORD 27
EASTERN ILLINOIS 37, Tennessee-Martin 26
EASTERN KENTUCKY 40, Tennessee St. 26
JACKSONVILLE ST. 40, Tennessee Tech 25
SE MISSOURI ST. 39, Murray St. 28


Patriot League
BUCKNELL 40, Georgetown 20
Holy Cross 30, LEHIGH 29
LAFAYETTE 24, Fordham 18


Pioneer League
Dayton 42, VALPARAISO 21
Drake 37, DAVIDSON 26
MOREHEAD ST. 40, Butler 18
SAN DIEGO 53, Jacksonville 15


Southern Conference
APPALACHIAN ST. 60, Georgia Southern 31
Furman 38, CHATTANOOGA 35
The Citadel 54, WESTERN CAROLINA 29
WOFFORD 53, Elon 28


Southland Conference
Central Arkansas 44, SE LOUISIANA 30
Mcneese St. 33, NICHOLLS ST. 21
SAM HOUSTON ST. 35, Northwestern St. 29
TEXAS ST. 33, Stephen F. Austin 27


Southwestern Athletic Conference
JACKSON ST. 23, Grambling 18
MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ST. 29, Texas Southern 21
SOUTHERN 24, Alcorn St. 9


FCS Non-Conference
COASTAL CAROLINA 41, Presbyterian 33
COLGATE 23, Towson 17
DUQUESNE 21, Robert Morris 15
Marist vs. SACRED HEART: TOO CLOSE TO CALL
North Carolina Central 31, SAVANNAH ST. 0
STONY BROOK 26, Maine 21
Winston-Salem St. 25, BETHUNE-COOKMAN 17

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dime bet384 Oklahoma St. / 383 Kansas St. Over 61.0
Analysis: On the OU side, it's ALL about the "OVER".

You can't go wrong with a Cowboy/Wildcat SERIES that's gone a PERFECT 5-0 O/U in the last 5 meetings dating back to 1998. Avg points scored in this series is a whopping 68.9 PPG. When playing @ Oky State, we've seen 72 and 65 pts in the last 2 meetings.

Both teams have dual-threat offenses. Both can run the ball (OK ST: 246 RYPG / KAN ST: 143 RYPG). Both teams can pass the ball (OK ST: 240 PYPG / KAN ST: 265 PYPG). And on defense, both teams are succeptable via the ground or air.

The team OU trends elevate this play to BEST BET status:
KANSAS STATE is 13-3 O/U in last 16 roles as road underdogs... 11-1 O/U after rushing for 200+ yards... 16-5 O/U vs an opponent with a winning (> .500) home record... 5-1 O/U in last 6 conference games... 4-1 O/U on the "Fake" stuff... 5-1 O/U off an ATS win... and 8-2 O/U after accumulating 450+ yards of total offense.
OKLAHOMA STATE is 21-7 O/U in last 21 home games... 12-4 O/U as home FAVS... 20-6 O/U after rushing for 200+ yards... 20-8 ATS off an ATS win... 6-1 O/U in last 7 roles as a favorite... 8-2 O/U in October... 8-2 O/U after allowing 200+ rushing yards... and 12-4 O/U off a SU win of 20+ points.

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20

(15) Kansas (6-0, 5-0 ATS) at Colorado (4-3 SU and ATS)

Kansas tries to for its first 7-0 start to a season since 1995 when it travels to Boulder, Colo. to face the Buffaloes for a Big 12 North showdown.

The Jayhawks murdered Baylor 58-10 last week as a 26½-point home favorite, improving to 9-1 SU in their last 10 contests. It was the fourth time this season Kansas has scored more than 50 points and defeated an opponent by at least 45 points. Overall, the Jayhawks are scoring 50.3 points per game and allowing 9.5.

Colorado had its three-game winning streak snapped in a big way a week ago, falling 47-20 at Kansas State as a four-point road underdog. The Buffs were bitten by the turnover bug in the defeat, coughing the ball up four times while failing to force a single K-State miscue.

Kansas edged Colorado 20-15 as a 1½-point home chalk last year, snapping a four-game losing skid (1-3 ATS) to the Buffs. The Jayhawks haven’t prevailed in Boulder since a 40-24 victory in 1995.

Colorado is 2-1 SU and ATS at home, giving up just 13.3 ppg.

The Buffaloes are 4-10 ATS in conference play since 2005 (2-1 ATS this year).

The Jayhawks are on a 9-1 ATS romp in lined games. However, they’re 17-35 ATS in their last 52 on the highway, but they did win their lone road game this year, 30-24 at Kansas State two weeks ago.

ATS ADVANTAGE:               KANSAS


(20) Tennessee (4-2 SU and ATS) at Alabama (5-2, 1-4-1 ATS)

Tennessee takes a three-game winning steak to Tuscaloosa where it will try to continue its success on Alabama’s home field.

The Vols played a back-and-forth game at Mississippi State for three quarters last week, but pulled away late for a 33-21 win as a seven-point road chalk. Tennessee, which has scored 31 points or more in five of its six games, had 211 rushing yards and 259 passing yards in the win.

Alabama also is coming off a road trip to Mississippi, where the Crimson Tide outlasted Ole Miss 27-24. However, they failed to cover as a seven-point favorite, falling to 0-4-1 ATS in their last five. Alabama did not outgain an opponent in any of those five contests.

The Vols topped Alabama 16-13 last year, but came up short as a 10½-point home chalk. The host has won the last three meetings, but the visitor is on a 14-1 ATS tear in this rivalry. In fact, Tennessee has covered the spread in each of its last seven trips to Tuscaloosa.

Going back to Tennessee’s New Year’s Day bowl loss to Penn State, the straight-up winner is 7-0 ATS in Vols games.

Alabama is mired in an 8-22-2 ATS funk at home, including five consecutive non-covers going back to last season. Overall, the Tide are just 8-15-2 ATS in their last 25 regardless of venue.

The under is on runs of 9-4-1 for Tennessee in October games and 9-3 for Alabama in October. Also, the last three series meetings have stayed low.

ATS ADVANTAGE:               TENNESSEE and UNDER


(22) Texas Tech (6-1, 4-2 ATS) at (15) Missouri (5-1, 5-0 ATS)

Texas Tech shoots for its fourth straight victory when it travels to Missouri to battle a Tigers team that’s coming off its first loss of 2007.

The Red Raiders spotted Texas A&M a quick 7-0 lead a week ago, then scored the game’s final five touchdowns en route to a 35-7 win as a 10-point home favorite. QB Harrell Graham had another phenomenal game, going 30-for-37 for 425 yards and three TDs with no INTs. The junior’s eye-popping season stats: 74.4 percent completion rate, 3,151 yards, 31 TDs, 3 INTs.

Missouri’s unbeaten season came to an end in a 41-31 loss at Oklahoma, though the Tigers did score late to cash as a 12-point underdog, the team’s seventh straight spread-cover. Missouri had just 57 rushing yards and four turnovers in the defeat.

The Tigers annihilated Texas Tech in Lubbock last year, winning 38-21 as a seven-point road underdog. Mizzou is 4-1 ATS in the last five meetings.

Both teams were held to a season low in points last week. For Texas Tech, it marked the first time all season it failed to score at least 42 points, while the Tigers had tallied at least 38 in each of their first five games. For the year, the Red Raiders are averaging 50 points and 581 yards per outing, while Missouri is putting up 40 points and 533.5 yards per game.

Tech’s Graham won’t be the only competent passer on the field tonight, as Mizzou sophomore Chase Daniel is having a stellar season himself with a 69 percent completion rate, 2,073 yards, 16 TDs, 6 INTs, though half of those picks came last week at Oklahoma.


Missouri is on an 8-1-1 ATS roll at home. On the flip side, Texas Tech is just 3-8 ATS in its last 11 contests against winning teams and 7-12 ATS in its last 19 road games.

The over is 6-1 in Missouri’s last seven games and 3-0 in the last three series meetings.

ATS ADVANTAGE:               MISSOURI and OVER


(10) Cal (5-1, 3-3 ATS) at UCLA (4-2 SU and ATS)

The Golden Bears look to bounce back from a devastating loss to Oregon State when they head south to UCLA to battle a Bruins squad that’s still smarting from an ugly loss to Notre Dame two weeks ago.

Hours after top-ranked LSU lost a triple-overtime thriller at Kentucky, then-No. 2 Cal was poised to assume the No. 1 position in the rankings for the first time in 56 years. However, the Bears failed to finish their business against Oregon State, losing 31-28 as a 14-point home favorite. Cal played the entire game without starting QB Nate Longshore (sprained ankle), and although backup Kevin Riley played well in his first collegiate start (20 of 34, 294 yards, 2 TDs, 1 INT), he committed a crushing mistake when he stayed in bounds on the game’s final play, allowing the clock to expire with his team well within chip-shot field-goal range.

UCLA needed a week off after committing seven turnovers in an ugly 20-6 loss to previously winless Notre Dame on Oct. 6. The Bruins, who were 21-point home favorites in the contest, have scored six points in each of their two losses but 40 or more in three of their four wins.

This series has belonged to the host in this century, with all seven games going to the home team. UCLA is 4-1-1 ATS in the last six battles, however, getting the spread-cover last year when it lost 38-24 as an 18-point road underdog. In fact, the dog is 8-2 ATS in the last 10 battles.

The straight-up winner is 10-0 ATS in UCLA’s last 10 contests. Also, despite the ugly loss to Notre Dame, the Bruins are still on a 16-5 ATS run at home, and they’re 8-2-1 ATS as an underdog since the start of the 2004 season.

Cal is just 2-6 ATS in its last eight Pac-10 games.

The over is 5-2 in UCLA’s last seven, 4-2-1 in Cal’s last seven and 3-0 in the last three series meetings.

ATS ADVANTAGE:               UCLA and OVER


(13) Southern Cal (5-1, 2-4 ATS) at Notre Dame (1-6, 3-4 ATS)

The suddenly vulnerable Trojans travel to South Bend for their annual battle with Notre Dame, which is still searching for its first home victory of the season.

A week after suffering the biggest upset loss in college football history – a 24-23 defeat to Stanford as a 41-point home favorite – USC nearly got clipped again at home, rallying for a 20-13 victory over Arizona. The Trojans never threatened to cover as a 21-point favorite, the team’s third straight ATS loss, all to conference foes.

Notre Dame failed to capitalize on the momentum gained from its first victory of the season at UCLA, losing 27-13 at home to Boston College last Saturday. However, the Irish did barely sneak inside the 14½-point number, the team’s third consecutive cover after six straight ATS losses.

USC manhandled the Irish 44-24 in Los Angeles last year, covering as an 8½-point chalk. The Trojans have now won a school-record five straight against Notre Dame (4-1 ATS), including consecutive wins in South Bend.

The Trojans are just 4-8 ATS in their last 12 road games, 2-10 ATS in their last 12 as a double-digit favorite and 2-7 ATS in their last nine as a double-digit road chalk.

Notre Dame is mired in ATS slumps of 2-6 at home, 3-7 as a home underdog and 1-4 against the Pac-10.

USC is on a 4-0 “under” streak, while Notre Dame has stayed low in seven of its last eight (6-1 “under” this year). However, the over is 5-2 in the last seven series meetings

ATS ADVANTAGE:               NONE


Miami, Fla. (4-3, 2-5 ATS) at Florida State (4-2, 2-4 ATS)

Two of the bitterest rivals in college football square off in Tallahassee, Fla., where Florida State looks to defeat Miami, Fla., for the third consecutive year.

The Seminoles have been idle for 10 days since suffering its second loss in as many years to Wake Forest, falling 24-21 as a 5½-point road chalk. Florida State committed four turnovers in the defeat and got killed at the point of attack, finishing on the wrong side of a 180-47 yard rushing disparity.

Miami’s offense continued to sputter in a 17-14 loss to Georgia Tech as a two-point home favorite. The Hurricanes, who have lost two in a row SU and three in a row ATS, managed just 232 total yards, with QB Kyle Wright going a pathetic 8-for-17 for 56 yards.

Florida State has upset Miami each of the last two years, posting a pair of ugly wins by scores of 13-10 as a four-point road ‘dog and 10-7 as a 3½-point home pup. In fact, the underdog is 6-0 ATS in the last six battles.

The winner of this rivalry has cashed at an 8-2 ATS clip the last 10 years, including 5-0 ATS in the last five.

The Canes are stuck in ATS ruts of 1-5 overall, 3-11 away from home (1-8 last nine), and 3-9 against winning teams.

Florida State is mired in ATS slumps of 2-6 as a favorite and 4-10 at home.

The last six clashes in this series have stayed well under the posted total..

ATS ADVANTAGE:               UNDER


(7) Oregon (5-1 SU and ATS) at Washington (2-4, 3-3 ATS)

A week after destroying Washington State at home, Oregon will try to complete the season sweep of their Pacific Northwest rivals when they head to Seattle to face struggling Washington.

The Ducks bounced back from their first loss in a big way, obliterating Washington State 53-7 and easily covering as a 19-point home favorite. Oregon finished with 213 rushing yards, 338 passing yards and 30 first downs.

The Huskies suffered their fourth consecutive defeat a week ago at Arizona State, losing 44-20 as an 11½-point road underdog. Washington, which is 1-3 ATS and allowing 37 ppg during its losing streak, actually led 17-13 at the half but ended up surrendering 523 total yards (296 rushing).

The home team is 7-1 SU in the last eight meetings and 7-0 ATS in the last seven, with the Ducks winning the last three years in Eugene, Ore., by scores of 31-6, 45-21 and 34-14. In fact, each of the last five meetings has been decided by 20 points or more, with the average margin being 26 ppg. Finally, the straight-up winner is 9-1 ATS in the last 10.

Oregon is on spread runs of 29-15 overall, 11-2 as a favorite, 12-3 against losing teams and 9-3 in October.

Washington is just 6-15 ATS in its last 21 at Husky Stadium, but 8-4-1 ATS in its last 13 as an underdog.

The under is 7-1 in the last eight meetings.

ATS ADVANTAGE:               OREGON and UNDER


Michigan State (5-2, 4-3 ATS) at (1) Ohio State (7-0, 4-2 ATS)

Having risen to the top of the national rankings after the two previous No. 1 teams were upset, Ohio State will try to remain there when it welcomes Big Ten rival Michigan State to the Horseshoe.

Ohio State briefly stepped out of conference last week and waxed Kent State 48-3 as a 30½-point home favorite. The Buckeyes, who are on a 4-1 ATS roll, having given up a grand total of 46 points this season (five touchdowns), and only one team (Washington) has scored more than seven against Jim Tressel’s squad.

Michigan State tuned up for this showdown with a 52-27 rout of Indiana as a 3½-point home favorite, snapping a two-game slide in large part because of an incredible 368-22 edge in rushing yards. The Spartans have scored at least 28 points in six of their seven games, tallying 31 or more five times.

The Buckeyes have won the last five in this series, going 4-0-1 ATS. Last October, they went to East Lansing, Mich., as the top-ranked team in the land and rolled 38-7 as a 14-point road chalk. The favorite is 5-0-1 ATS in the last six meetings, with all six decided by double digits.

Ohio State’s four home wins have come by an average final score of 41-5. However, the four opponents were Youngstown State, Akron, Northwestern and Kent State.

The Buckeyes are on positive spread runs of 20-6 overall, 13-4 against winning teams and 12-4 at home.

Michigan State is 2-0 ATS on the road this year.

The over is 4-0 in Michigan State’s last four overall, 22-7 in its last 29 on the road, 6-3 in Ohio State’s last nine lined games and 3-1 in the last four series meetings.

ATS ADVANTAGE:               OHIO STATE and OVER


(14) Florida (4-2, 3-2 ATS) at (8) Kentucky (6-1, 5-1 ATS)

After knocking off top-ranked LSU in triple-overtime last week, Kentucky goes for its second consecutive huge upset when it entertains Florida in Lexington.

The Wildcats trailed LSU 27-14 with less than four minutes to go in the third quarter, but scored the final 13 points in regulation to force overtime, eventually prevailing 43-37 as a 9½-point home underdog. Rich Brooks’ team, which put up 375 total yards on LSU’s vaunted defense, is now 11-2 SU in its last 13 games and 10-2 ATS in lined games.

Florida took last week off, which was probably a good thing considering its devastating 28-24 loss at LSU. The Gators, who covered as a seven-point road underdog, blew a 24-14 fourth-quarter lead in suffering their second consecutive loss, which comes on the heels of an11-game winning streak. In fact, it’s Florida’s first two-game slide since coach Urban Meyer took over in 2005.

Both teams are 3-1 in conference play, stuck in a three-way tie with Alabama atop the SEC West standings.

Kentucky has not defeated Florida in more than two decades, and that includes three straight double-digit losses the last three years. However, the Wildcats have gone 5-0 ATS in the last five meetings, all as an underdog. Finally, the visitor is 7-3 ATS in the last 10 meetings.

This game features not only the top two quarterbacks in the SEC, but a pair of Heisman front-runners in Florida’s Tim Tebow and Kentucky’s Andre’ Woodson. Tebow is completing passes at a 65.5 percent clip for 1,455 yards with 13 TDs and three INTs, Meanwhile, Woodson (21-for-38, 250 yard, three TDs, two INTs vs. LSU last week) is completing 63.7 percent of his throws for 1,786 yards, 21 TDs and four INTs. The one difference between the two is Tebow is more mobile, having rushed for 500 yards and nine TDs.

The Gators are mired in ATS slumps of 3-9 on the road and 4-11 in SEC play. Also, they’re 0-8 ATS as a road favorite under Meyer.

Kentucky has won eight straight home games (6-1 ATS). The ‘Cats are also on a 6-1 ATS roll as an underdog.

The under is 3-1 in the last four series meetings.

ATS ADVANTAGE:               KENTUCKY


(25) Kansas State (4-2, 4-1 ATS) at Oklahoma State (4-3, 4-2 ATS)

Oklahoma State hopes to build on last week’s impressive victory at Nebraska when it hosts Kansas State in a Big 12 contest in Stillwater, Okla.

Normally a poor road team, the Cowboys went to Lincoln, Neb., and cold-cocked the Huskers 45-14 as a four-point underdog, taking a 38-0 lead into the locker room at the half. Oklahoma State finished with 317 rushing yards and 234 passing yards, didn’t commit a turnover and forced three while improving to 3-1 in its last four (3-0 ATS in lined games).

Kansas State rebounded from a tough loss to rival Kansas by throttling Colorado 47-20 as a 4½-point home favorite. The Wildcats rolled up 463 total yards and had no turnovers, while the defense forced four Colorado turnovers.

Oklahoma State has tallied at least 23 points in every game this year, including scoring 39 or more four times. Meanwhile, the Wildcats have scored 34 points or more in four of their last five games, with all four being victories.

The host has won the last three meetings both SU and ATS, including K-State’s 31-27 upset win as a three-point home underdog last year. The winner has cashed in each of the last five meetings, with the Wildcats going 4-1 SU and ATS during this stretch.

Kansas State has alternated ATS wins and losses in its last six lined games. However, it has failed to cover in nine of its last 13 on the highway.

Oklahoma State is 4-1 ATS in its last five at home.

The over is on runs of 20-7 for the Cowboys overall, 7-2 for the Wildcats overall, 19-7 for Kansas State on the road and 8-2 for Oklahoma State in October.

ATS ADVANTAGE:               OKLAHOMA STATE and OVER


(24) Michigan (5-2, 3-3 ATS) at Illinois (5-2, 4-2 ATS)

Michigan looks to keep pace with Ohio State atop the Big Ten standings when it travels to Champagne, Ill., to battle an Illiini squad that’s looking to get back on track after losing at Iowa a week ago.

The Wolverines have bounced back from a disastrous 0-2 start with five straight wins, which has pushed them back into the Top 25. Last week, Michigan ripped Purdue 48-21 as a five-point home favorite, finishing with a 189-39 edge in rushing yards. The Wolverines are outscoring their opponents 161-68 during their winning streak.

Illinois’ five-game winning streak came to an abrupt end in Iowa City last week, where the Illini lost 10-6 as a 4½-point road favorite. Illinois’ normally explosive offense, which had scored at least 21 points in each of its first seven games, had just 287 yards and two turnovers.

Michigan owns a five-game winning streak in this rivalry, but just 3-2 ATS. Last year, the Wolverines prevailed 30-19, their fourth consecutive double-digit win in the series, but they failed as an 18-point road chalk

Michigan is on positive ATS runs of 8-2 in conference play and 8-2 on the road.

Illinois is 8-1 ATS in its last nine against teams with a winning record, but 6-13 ATS in its last 19 in October.

The over is 4-1 in the last five series meetings.

ATS ADVANTAGE:               MICHIGAN and OVER

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(18) Auburn (5-2, 4-3 ATS) at (5) LSU (6-1, 3-4 ATS)

Riding a four-game winning streak, Auburn now will attempt to hand LSU its second consecutive loss when it travels to Baton Rouge for a battle between two of the three teams tied atop the SEC West standings.

Facing its toughest road test to date, LSU failed in Lexington, Ky., last week, losing 43-37 in triple-overtime as a 9½-point chalk despite 401 yards of total offense. A week after rallying from a 24-14 fourth-quarter deficit to beat Florida, the Tigers got caught from behind, blowing a 27-14 advantage with about 20 minutes to play.

Auburn has rebounded nicely from a pair of upset home losses to South Florida and Mississippi State with four consecutive SU and ATS wins, three of them coming in SEC play. That includes last week’s 9-7 last-second win at Arkansas, where freshman kicker Wes Byrum accounted for all of Auburn’s scoring with three field goals, including the 20-yard game-winner with 21 seconds left – the second time in three weeks Byrum won a game with a last-minute kick.

The host has delivered in this rivalry, winning the last seven meetings in a row (5-1-1 ATS). Auburn has gotten the cash in each of the last two, winning 7-3 as a 3½-point home chalk in 2006 and losing 20-17 as a 5½-point road underdog in 2005. The last three meetings have been decided by a total of eight points.

Auburn is on positive ATS runs of 10-4 on the road (2-0 this year) and 12-3 as an underdog, including six consecutive spread-covers in its last six as a pup.

While Auburn is on a 4-0 ATS roll, LSU has failed to cash in any of its last four. Also, LSU is just 4-10 ATS in its last 14 conference games.


The straight-up winner is 9-1 ATS in Auburn’s last 10 games.

The last seven series meetings have stayed under the total. Also, the under is 7-2 in Auburn’s last nine (3-0 last three).

ATS ADVANTAGE:               AUBURN and UNDER

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    * 4 units on Toledo (-1 1/2) over Ohio, 7:00
    * 4 unit on Florida (-6 1/2) over Kentucky, 3:30
    * 4 units on Tennessee (pk) over Alabama, 12:30

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100* Game Of Year
Nevada Reno

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SATURDAY

20 DIME



TENNESSEE

AIR FORCE

LOUISIANA TECH





10 DIME



Oklahoma St

Kentucky

Navy





5 DIME



Colorado

Notre Dame

Nebraska



free pick - Oregon AND Central Florida

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3 Flor St Unlv Purd

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Scott Spreitzer's 25* CFB Situational Beatdown! *19-1, 95% Spot!
I'm laying the points with Maryland on Saturday. Even though I had a chance for the cover with Virginia last week (blown late FG), I did realize that this squad may not be as good as the UConn team they just nipped. The Cavalier offense really misses RB Cedric Peerman (leg) and he's out again this week. Without Peerman, UVA ran for just 3.4 yards per carry last week and have barely gotten by both UConn and MTSU. QB Sewell is a mediocre passer, (137 PYPG; 7-5, TD-INT ratio), when he has all of his weapons surrounding him. Now, without a running game, he's been rendered ineffective. Meanwhile, the Terps won back-to-back games over Rutgers & Georgia Tech, scoring 34 & 28 points in the process. Former third-string QB Chris Turner, (now the starter), has been the spark that HC Ralph Friedgen's offense was missing. He's 24-of-37 in the Terps last two games for 404 yards and a TD. He's expected to get the nod again this week with QB Steffy listed as questionable with a concussion. That suits me just fine. Now, with Turner under center, teams have to respect the passing game and the ground attack has come alive. Maryland ran for 239 yards and three TDs against Rutgers, and RB Lance Ball ran for 86 yards at 5.4 yards per carry and three TDs against Ga Tech! It also must be noted that while UVA is playing for the eighth straight week, the Terps had last week off, another situation in Maryland's favor as they got a breather for this ACC matchup. The home team in this series is on a 5-1 SU/6-0 ATS run. And, Virginia is 1-13 ATS in their last 14 as an away pup. That's a nice 19-1 combined situation. The last time these two met on this field, Maryland gained almost 600 yards while piling up 45 points in a 12-point win. I expect another double-digit win today. Maryland is my 25* Situational Beatdown. Thanks! GL! Scott.

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Sat, 10/20/07 - 3:30 PMJeff Bonds | CFB Side
triple-dime bet373 Florida -6.5 (-110) BetUS vs 374 Kentucky
Analysis: The Kentucky Wildcats are coming off an incredible overtime victory against #1 LSU - which is exactly the type of situation that will prove VERY DIFFICULT against a Florida Gators that has lost two straight games and coming off a bye week.

LSU is one of the more physical teams in the country and I expect the Wildcats to wear down in a BIG WAY during the second half of this game.

Today's power angle points out that Florida coach Urban Meyer is 22-2 when having a week or more to prepare in his career. He's also 12-4 against ranked opponents and the Gators are 35-5 in their last 40 meetings against the Wildcats.

Yes...this Kentucky team is much better than previous teams, but Florida has still outgained them by more than 800 yards in their last three meetings.

With the bye week - The Gators will be fully focused and they were penalized just two times in their last game against LSU - least amount of penalties since 1994.

The magic season deflates a bit for Kentucky today - a team that just became bowl elgible and will undoubtedly suffer a MAJOR LETDOWN here.

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Sat, 10/20/07 - 1:00 PMGreg Shaker | CFB Side
triple-dime bet325 Wake Forest -3.0 (-110) BetUS vs 326 Navy
Analysis: NCAAF: Wake Forest Demon Deacons at Navy Midshipmen - Wake Forest -3 -110 | Unit Value: 3 DIME "Game of the Month"
Game Date: 10/20/2007
Note: Something is going to have to give in this contest with 2 Red Hot teams meeting in Annapolis Maryland and both on 4 Game and 3 Game win streaks. what I suspect will give in the Navy Defense that has been very giving all year. They have been, and are perhaps the worst defensive squad in the country, allowing an amazing 450 yards per game in their 6 games played, including a ton last wekk verses a not so good Pitt Team. I know that Navy has a super running game and they will get their share of points Saturday as always. But Wake's strength is in their Run D, holding opponents to just 100.3 ypg on the ground. Creating miscues is another department this team has fared well in, as the Deacons have forced 18 turnovers, including 11 on interceptions. Last week, Wake Forest created four turnovers and held Florida State to just 330 total yards in the win. The defense once again, did a great job against the run, limiting Florida State to just 47 yards on 24 attempts. While nobody can stop the Middies from having some success, the Demon Deacons have a great shot at slowing them down. And slowing them down is all it is going to take to get this win. The Deacons aren't explosive or dominant on the offensive side of the ball by any means, but they have done a solid job in averaging 27.0 ppg and 347.5 total ypg. The big negative for this unit though, has been turnovers, as Wake Forest has committed 17 already. But that is probably not going to happen Saturday with Navy not even being close to the likes of FSU, Maryland, and BC. Defense is going to be the key in this game and we are the only team that will field one Saturday. Navy is a very entertaining team but they are outmanned in this one for sure and I will lay the small number..

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DR. Chad. 5 units on UAB, TULSA, NEVADA. 3 Units on Mid Tennessee St. and Air Force

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Best Bet - Tennessee 5 - 2 On Best Bets

West Virg, Penn State, Oklahoma, Texas Tech, USC, Miami, Oregon, Ohio St., Florida, Cincinati, Michigan also had South Florida Loss, Utah Win, Connecticut Win

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Perfect Play- Colo
Billionaire- Alabama
Insider Circle- Pitt
No Limit- Wash
Moneymaker- Indiana
Millionaire Blowout GOY- Illinois
Chairman- San Diego St


BIG AL

3* Illinois, Colo, Navy
Opinions- Pitt, Troy, Maryland

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Offshore Steam- Miss
10 Dimes- Maryland

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