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Game: Florida Atlantic at Troy (Saturday 12/01 2:00 PM Eastern)
Pick: 3 units on Florida Atlantic +15.5


This game is for all the marbles in the Sun Belt, with the winner moving on to the New orleans Bowl vs Memphis. Florida Atlantic comes in with valuable experience gained in games vs South Florida, Oklahoma State, Minnesota and Kentucky. They actually beat Minnesota and took S. Florida deep into the 4th quarter with the game in balance. They have posted a good 5-1 mark in league play, the only blemish an OT loss to UL Monroe. Troy had a difficult out of conference schedule as well, and ran the table in the Sun Belt, without to many close games. Florida International possesses a good passing game, and one thing Troy has struggled with is keeping teams out of the endzone when they get close, as they have allowed 18 rushing TDs. Florida International has the ability to score some points, and keep this one a lot closer than it may look.


Game: Louisiana Tech at Nevada (Saturday 12/01 4:00 PM Eastern)
Pick: 3 units on Louisiana Tech +7.5

Both of these teams come in here at 5-6, so the winner becomes Bowl eligible, while the loser has played its last game. Nevada appeared to be on track at 5-4, but a heart-breaking loss to Hawaii, followed by a bad loss to San Jose State has left this team down in confidence. La Tech is heading in a different direction. At 2-5, it appeared they had no chance for becoming Bowl eligible, but they have rattled off 3 of 4 and are now poised to create an opportunity for themselves. If they need any extra motivation, they can reflect back on last year's humiliation, where they lost 42-0 to the Pack. San Jose was only able to generate 86 yards rushing, but still managed to hang onto the ball. The Wolfpack have had a disappointing season, thanks to a slew of injuries, and coming up short in many games.The Pack has recorded less than two sacks per game, and 35 ppg. Remember that La Tech hung with Hawaii, and we see no reason why they won't hang around this contest as well.


Game: Oklahoma vs. Missouri (Saturday 12/01 8:00 PM Eastern)
Pick: 3 units on Missouri +3

Missouri took over the #1 ranking in the country with its win vs Kansas last week. A win here will lockin a spot playing for the National Championship. If Oklahoma wins, and they get some help, could still lead to them playing in a National Championship game as well. Missouri gave Oklahoma all it could handle in Norman, and in fact led the game in the 4th quarter, when Oklahoma ran in a Missouri fumble to seal the outcome. Missouri out-gained them in that contest. Since that game Missouri has gotten even better, has built momentum, rattling off six straight. In those games, they have played superb, with no opponent coming within 8 points of them, and that was the #1 team in the country, Kansas. Oklahoma has some key injuries at RB, and most noteworthy on defense. Defensive End Austin English (9.5 sacks) sat out last week, and is a maybe this week, but not 100% if he plays. Chase Daniel has emerged as a Heisman hopeful with a brilliant season, completing over 70% of his passes for nearly 4,000 yards, and 33 TDs with only 9 INTs. Jeremy Maclin, only a freshman, could be the X-factor in this one for Missouri. Maclin has caught 69 passes for 954 yards and 9 TDs, but that's not all. He has returned two punts for TDs, as well as rushing for 309 yards, with four more TDs. Since the start of conference championship play, there have been 28 games featuring teams playing for the second time in the same season. In 23 of them the team that lost the first one has won, or played closer in the rematch. We like Missouri, who has revenge, motivation, and all the momentum to come away with the win.


Game: Washington at Hawaii (Saturday 12/01 11:30 PM Eastern)
Pick: 3 units on Washington +14

Hawaii is now the last team standing, as they are the lone unbeaten team at 11-0. They have been rewarded with a #11 ranking. They are coming off the biggest game in the history of their football team and, in fact, the biggest WAC game ever. This is a great letdown spot. There isn't a team in sports that doesn't want a crack at an unbeaten team. Washington isn't going to a Bowl this year, so this is in fact their Bowl game. Washington did come up with 464 yards and held the ball longer than Washington St. last week, but just couldn't keep them out of the endzone suffering a 7 point loss. Colt Brennean has had an amazing season, and career, and Hawaii has been unblemished, but their were a lot of close calls along the way. Coming off an emotional win vs Boise State to win the WAC Title, this game means very little in comparison. It's extremely anti-climatic for the Warriors. Washington has nothing to lose, and they are motivated, coming off the upset loss last week. The Huskies are 12-3 ATS in their last 15 home upset losses and we expect them to play hard and score enough to cover the two TD spread.

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At 8 pm, our NCAA Conference Championship Game of the Year is on the Oklahoma Sooners over Missouri.

At 4:30 pm, our Big Chalk Blowout of the Month is on the USC Trojans minus the points over UCLA

Our 3 selections include LSU, Miami-Ohio, and Boston College

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Oklahoma vs Missouri
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Oklahoma (10-2, 6-2 Big 12, #9 BCS) secured their conference's South Division title by pounding the Cowboys of Oklahoma State by the score of 49-17, with the 202 rushing yards of 6'1" 196 senior RB Allen Patrick (146 for 839 and 7 TD) leading the way to victory. Patrick has been the reliable second option for the Sooners, racking up a string of four 100+ yard games in 2006 after Adrian Peterson broke his collarbone, and is now back in the saddle after freshman star RB DeMarco Murray (127 for 764 and 13 TD) dislocated his kneecap against Texas Tech. Murray will also be missed in the return game, where he averaged 29.3 yards per kick return while taking a pair to the house. Into that slot coach Bob Stoops (95-21 in 9th season at Norman) slides 6'0" 202 junior WR Juaquin Iglesias (57 catches for 822 yards and 4 TD), who has responded with a fine 29.1 yard per return mark. At trigger for an offense that piles up 43.8 points on 193.9 yards rushing and 263.7 yards passing per game is 6'4" 214 redshirt freshman QB Sam Bradford (198 of 282 for 2670 yards, 32 TD, INT), who has all the tools to become a Heisman candidate in the coming years. Along with Patrick and Iglesias, Bradford benefits from a roster stacked with offensive talent, including 5'10" 202 sophomore RB Chris Brown (119 for 490 and 6 TD), 6'4" 219 junior WR Malcom Kelly (45 for 749 and 9 TD), 5'11" 180 junior WR Manuel Johnson (26 for 406 and 4 TD), 6'6" 261 senior TE Joe Jon Finley (17 for 252 and 3 TD), and 6'5" 263 sophomore TE Jermaine Gresham (32 for 450 and 10 TD). Special mention must be given to the job done by Quarterbacks Coach and former Sooner quarterback, Josh Heupel, who has helped Bradford to break the all-time NCAA record for TD passes by a freshman. He might not have possessed a pro arm, but look out for this kid in the coaching field. Oklahoma's offense has banked a ridiculous 30 rushing touchdowns to go with 35 passing touchdowns, while surrendering just 8 interceptions, 11 lost fumbles, and 11 sacks. With all this explosive downfield (42 pass plays and 14 rush plays of 20+ yards) talent, plus the ability of 6'8" 352 junior LT Phil Loadholt and 6'5" 352 junior LG Duke Robinson to absolutely obliterate the right sides of opposing defenses, it is almost hard to fathom this crew has two losses (24-27 at Colorado, 27-34 at Texas Tech) this year.

Co-Defensive Coordinators Brent Venables and Bobby Jack Wright also send out a top-notch unit that has allowed 18.2 points on 91.4 rushing yards and 233.2 passing yards per game. They have also racked up 18 picks and 9 forced fumbles - that have led to 124 points off turnovers - to go with 30 sacks. 6'3" 253 sophomore LDE Auston English (34 T, 13 TFL, 9 1/2 S) has the physical ability (400# bench press, 35" vertical jump, 380# power clean) that makes NFL scouts drool, and 6'0" 238 junior MLB Curtis Lofton (132 T, 6 1/2 TFL, 2 INT, 4 forced fumbles) pursues like and cheetah a hits like a rhino. But the Sooners' best group may be its defensive backfield. 5'10" 197 senior LCB Marcus Walker (40 T, TFL), 6'0" 196 RCB Reggie Smith (74 T, 6 1/2 TFL, S, 3 INT), 5'11" 201 senior SS D. J. Wolfe (72 T, 4 TFL, 4 INT), 6'3" 232 junior FS Nic Harris (66 T, 8 1/2 TFL, 3 1/2 S, 2 INT), and 6'0" 193 junior nickel back Lendy Holmes (65 T, 2 1/2 TFL, 3 INT) haven't missed a start all season, have combined for 12 picks, and support the run like linebackers. The story of Oklahoma's continued success is the steady stream of blue chip recruits that Coach Stoops brings in from all over the nation (current roster includes players from 18 states). Big 12 Titles in 2000 (National Champions), 2002, 2004, and 2006 are a testament to how quickly the Sooners reload.

Missouri (11-1, 7-1 Big 12, BCS #1) seized the conference's North Division title as well as their first ever #1 ranking with a 36-28 victory over Kansas last Saturday night. They did it with one of their better defensive performances this season, and the latest in a string of huge games by 6'0" 225 junior QB Chase Daniel (349 of 495 for 3951 yards, 33 TD, 9 INT), who completed 40 of 49 throws for 361 yards and 3 touchdowns against a strong crew of Jayhawk stoppers. Daniel is finally getting his share of Heisman buzz and owes plenty to an assembled squad of offensive talent that rivals any in the nation. Up front, 6'7" 310 senior LT Tyler Luellen, 6'5" 305 senior LG Ryan Madison, 6'3" 305 senior C Adam Spieker, 6'5" 305 sophomore RG Curtis Gregory, and 6'8" 325 junior RT Colin Brown function extremely well as a unit, busting holes for 5'9" 205 senior RB Tony Temple (149 for 732 and 8 TD) and 5'9" 200 junior RB Jimmy Jackson (61 for 292 and 7 TD) while providing decent pass protection for Daniel. 18 sacks have been charged to Missouri's offensive line in 2007, but they don't get much help from the smallish running backs that Head Coach Gary Pinkel (48-36 in 7th season at Columbia) prefers. But with 550+ drop-backs on the season, they deserve a tip of the cap. Wide outs 6'2" 205 senior William Franklin (42 for 613 and 4 TD), 6'5" 210 sophomore Danario Alexander (37 for 417 and 2 TD), and 6'0" 200 freshman Tommy Saunders (35 for 336 and TD), plus tight ends 6'6" 255 Martin Rucker (75 for 739 and 8 TD) and 6'6" 245 junior Chase Coffman (51 for 523 and 7 TD) would be enough talent for any offensive coordinator to work with (6 different players with 30+ catches and 300+ yards). But the Tigers' Dave Christensen has one more weapon in his arsenal - Jeremy Macklin. The 6'1" 200 WR Macklin set the all-time NCAA mark for all-purpose yards by a freshman with 954 receiving yards (9 TD), 309 rushing yards (4 TD), 299 punt return yards (2 TD), and 947 kick return yards (1 TD) while earning the distinction as the nation's only player to score a touchdown in each category. Missouri has averaged 41.9 points on 170.5 rush yards (24 TD) and 336.8 pass yards (34 TD) per game, and is the only team in the country to score at least 30 in every contest.

Coach Pinkel's defense was sharp against Kansas, but if you are going to beat the Tigers you must beat their stoppers. The loss of SS Cornelius "Pig" Brown (70 T, 8 TFL, 3 INT in 8 games) opened a big hole in Defensive Coordinator Matt Eberflus's squad, and with few players in the nation Brown's equal, it will require an effort by the entire defensive backfield to fill his shoes. 6'2" 210 junior SS Justin Garret (41 T, 2 TFL, 2 INT) and 6'2" 210 junior nickel back Castine Bridges (45 T, INT) have stepped up to secure the middle, while 6'1" 220 FS William "Willy Mo" Moore (91 T, 8 TFL, 2 S, 7 INT) has grown into an absolute monster in his junior season. Missouri's front 7 is decent, if not spectacular, with 6'1" 296 senior RDT Lorenzo Williams (28 T, 9 1/2 TFL, 6 S), 6'5" 250 junior RDE Stryker Sulak (50 T, 9 TFL, 6 S, INT), 6'2" 245 junior MLB Brock Christopher (88 T, 6 1/2 TFL, 1 1/2 S, INT), and 6'1" 240 sophomore WLB Sean Weatherspoon (115 T, 8 TFL, 2 S) the best of the bunch. The Tigers have given up 23.4 points on 114.9 yards rushing and 265.8 yards passing per game. Coach Pinkel is a superb motivator to both his players and an entire staff that has remained intact all seven years in Missouri.

Free winner from Totals 4 U: The Sooners topped the Tigers by the score of 41-31 at Norman back on October 13th, capitalizing on four Missouri turnovers to overcome a 23-24 4th quarter deficit. Since then, Coach Pinkel's crew has improved greatly, while Coach Stoops' squad has squeaked by Iowa State (17-7) and lost to Texas Tech (27-34) two weeks ago. The experience and ability to deliver in the clutch by Chase Daniel (46 of 55 for 508 yards, 4 TD, INT in 4th quarter of Big 12 games) is the intangible that could tilt this one at the Alamodome. Take Missouri +3 to improve your season article mark to 9-5.

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Triple Play USC -19.5 vs UCLA

Double Plays
Arizona +7 vs Arizona State
BYU -15.5 vs San Diego State

Single Plays

Oregon State pk vs Oregon
Stanford +13.5 vs California
Hawaii -14 vs Washington
North Texas -2 vs Florida International
UCF -7.5 vs Tulsa
VaTech -4.5 vs Boston College
Tennessee +7.5 vs LSU
Missouri +3 vs Oklahoma
UCF/Tulsa Over 75

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Point Train - CONFERENCE TITLE GOY

Virginia Tech Hokies (-4.5) over BOSTON COLLEGE EAGLES

Rating: 5 units

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Virginia Tech (-) over Boston College at 1:00 pm EST Virginia Tech’s slow start to the season, amplified by its 48-7 at LSU, quickly put the Hokies out of people’s minds. But Tech has bounced back in a big way since that game, dominating opponent after opponents. The Hokies have gone 9-1 SU (6-3 ATS) since the LSU loss and have won by an average of 22.3 ppg. The only loss during that stretch came to this same Boston College team, and that was a game Tech should’ve won. Since that loss, the Hokies have gone a perfect 4-0 SU and ATS, winning by 21.3 ppg. Boston College has reacted differently following its win over Virginia Tech, going 2-2 SU (1-3 ATS). Expect the Hokies to get their revenge in the rematch, with this game producing the ACC champion. The Hokies’ success has been because of its shutdown defense. They are second in the country in scoring defense with just 15.4 points allowed per game and fourth in total defense with 285.3 yards allowed per game. Virginia Tech held Boston College scoreless on just 159 total yards through the first 56 minutes of the first game, before the Eagles made an improbably comeback at the end. There’s no way Boston College can pull that off again. Perhaps Tech’s most impressive improvement this year has been on offense. It struggled to start the year but has averaged 36 ppg during its current four-game winning streak and has done so against solid defenses from Virginia, Miami, Florida State and Georgia Tech. The new and improved Hokies offense will combine with its annually great defense to get their revenge on Boston College. Grab the Hokies.

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Patrick Little vs. Jorge Gonzalez

Patrick Little

BI TEAM LINE
335 Oklahoma -3
333 Tenn. +7
331 Va. Tech -4.5
327 Cent Mich OV64
325 N. Texas -3
314 Oregon UN43
Best Bet:
367 BYU -16

VS

Jorge Gonzalez

BI TEAM LINE
342 Vikings -3.5
333 Tenn. +7
327 Cent Mich -3.5
364 Steelers UN44
363 Bengals +7
314 Oregon UN43
Best Bet:
310 Nevada UN64


Adam Meyer vs. Sal from Maddux Sports

Adam Meyer

BI TEAM LINE
347 Jets +2
358 Cards -1
315 Calif -13.5
332 Bost. Coll. +4.5
367 BYU -16
372 Vikings -3.5
Best Bet:
346 Colts -6.5

VS

Sal from Maddox Sports
BI TEAM LINE
309 La Tech. +7.5
312 USC -20
317 Pitt +29
319 Arizona +7
356 Saints -3
328 Miami-Ohio +3
Best Bet:
352 Eagles -3



Last week they played to a tie. Replaying this week.

Doc vs. Bill Edler

Doc

BI TEAM LINE
330 Cent. Fla -7.5
335 Okla -3
317 Pitt +29
312 USC -20
358 Cards -1
345 Jaguars +6.5
Best Bet:
331 Va Tech -4.5

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Bill Edler

BI TEAM LINE
325 N. Texas -2
317 Pitt +29
313 Oregon St. PK
367 BYU OV56
312 USC -20
334 LSU -7
Best Bet:
327 Cent. Mich OV64

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Patrick Little vs. Jorge Gonzalez

Patrick Little

BI TEAM LINE
335 Oklahoma -3
333 Tenn. +7
331 Va. Tech -4.5
327 Cent Mich OV64
325 N. Texas -3
314 Oregon UN43
Best Bet:
367 BYU -16

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Jorge Gonzalez

BI TEAM LINE
342 Vikings -3.5
333 Tenn. +7
327 Cent Mich -3.5
364 Steelers UN44
363 Bengals +7
314 Oregon UN43
Best Bet:
310 Nevada UN64


Adam Meyer vs. Sal from Maddux Sports

Adam Meyer

BI TEAM LINE
347 Jets +2
358 Cards -1
315 Calif -13.5
332 Bost. Coll. +4.5
367 BYU -16
372 Vikings -3.5
Best Bet:
346 Colts -6.5

VS

Sal from Maddox Sports
BI TEAM LINE
309 La Tech. +7.5
312 USC -20
317 Pitt +29
319 Arizona +7
356 Saints -3
328 Miami-Ohio +3
Best Bet:
352 Eagles -3



Last week they played to a tie. Replaying this week.

Doc vs. Bill Edler

Doc

BI TEAM LINE
330 Cent. Fla -7.5
335 Okla -3
317 Pitt +29
312 USC -20
358 Cards -1
345 Jaguars +6.5
Best Bet:
331 Va Tech -4.5

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Bill Edler

BI TEAM LINE
325 N. Texas -2
317 Pitt +29
313 Oregon St. PK
367 BYU OV56
312 USC -20
334 LSU -7
Best Bet:
327 Cent. Mich OV64

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4* Arizona
3* Oklahoma

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# 312 Southern California -19 over UCLA

# 319 Arizona +7 over Arizona State

# 330 Central Florida -7.5 over Tulsa

# 309 Louisiana Tech +7 over Nevada-Reno

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3* USC
2*'s on California, Arizona, and Washington

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Monday

Conference USA/Independent POW

Central Florida -6.5

Tuesday

Underdog POW

Florida Atlantic

Power Plays

4* Virginia Tech

Thursday

Totals POW

Arizona/Cleveland over

Economy Club

Arizona St -6.5

Friday

Big 12 POW

Oklahoma

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Top Play... Tennessee
Regular Plays... C.Michigan - Arizona - Oregon UNDER

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Do not be fooled by the LSU Tigers inconsistent play this season , they are truly a top tier BCS squad with a lot of talent. Their opponents Tennessee despite of being in this championship game, have played some hard fought games to get here, and in my opinion are a lot more lucky than good. On the road this season HC Fulmers team has looked horrendous, allowing 43.2 PPG on a staggering 499 YPG. Sorry Vols fans your team just does not have enough gas left in the tank to compete as this game progresses and I can see a fairly hefty margin of victory for the Tigers as they get a prime Bowl invite and a SEC championship with the win. Final notes & Key Trends: LSU is 13-4 ATS off an upset loss as a home favorite . Fullmer is 2-9 ATS off an upset win over a conference rival as an underdog as the coach of Tennessee. Play on the Tigers

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The Nevada Wolfpack have not been as dominant as some pundits expected this season,and of late, have been involved in a lot of hard fought close games, with 5 of their L/6 decisions being decided by 3 or less points. That takes a toll on a young team,emotionally and physically and I think we will see the effects of their toils. That is a good omen for us backing a revenge minded LA Tech team, that has won 3 of their L/4, that will also be well prepared for this tilt against a team they look to get revenge against, for last years embarrassing 42-0 beat down. With a Bowl invite on the line for both teams you can bet this will be a hard fought battle, with the points proving to be golden. Play on LA Tech

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4* USC , LSU

3* Arizona, Hawaii

2* V Tech, West Virgina, Stanford

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CALIFORNIA (-4 or better)

Game: Missouri vs. California Game Time: 12/1/2007 11:00:00 PM Prediction: California Reason: I'm laying the small number with CALIFORNIA. The Golden Bears have been playing very well through the first four games, going a perfect 4-0. That includes wins vs. San Diego State and at Nevada, a pair of fairly decent opponents, in their most recent two games. The Bears have four players averaging greater than 13 points per game and two averaging 20 or more. That includes star 6-9 forward Ryan Anderson. Last season, Anderson averaged 16.3 points and 8.2 rebounds. This season, after scoring a career-high 36 points, including 10 straight during a key stretch in the second half in Wednesday's win at Nevada, Anderson is currently averaging a healthy 24.3 points and 9.8 rebounds. Although not among the four players averaging double-digits in scoring, center DeVon Hardin, is also a major force. Hardin recovered from a stress fracture to his foot last season, considered the NBA draft, then decided to return for his senior season. The 6-11 center is currently averaging a whopping 14.5 rebounds per game while chipping in eight points. In fact, Bears coach Ben Braun is convinced he has one of the nation's top frontcourt tandems and had this to say: "Ryan's skill set is pretty high and DeVon, athletically, is very gifted. It's a good combination to have. Our guys seemed to thrive with the spacing we have on the court with those two guys. If you choose to help off Ryan, you're in trouble. If you choose to play off DeVon, he's loose to the basket." The Tigers are also a strong team and should have a good season. However, I expect Hardin to give them trouble as they are again lacking any really big bodies to match up against him. That's particularly true after the team was forced to dismiss their starting center, 6-9, 260-pound Kalen Grimes. Grimes, who led the team in rebounding last season, was arrested in July following his alleged assault of man with the butt end of a shotgun. This is also somewhat of a tough spot for the Tigers as they are playing their second straight difficult road game after coming off a tough three point loss at Arkansas. Additionally, with the Tigers' football team playing a huge game for a spot in the BCS title game, I won't be surprised if some of the players are a little distracted here. Regardless, Missouri is 3-13 ATS their last 16 lined Saturday games and 6-10 ATS the last 16 times they were underdogs of three points or less. Look for the Bears to remain perfect, covering the small number and improving to 12-5-1 ATS their last 18 games played in the month of December.

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BUFFALO

Game: Carolina Hurricanes vs. Buffalo Sabres Game Time: 12/1/2007 7:05:00 PM Prediction: Buffalo Sabres Reason: I'm laying the price with BUFFALO. The "situation" favors the home team. While the Sabres had the last two nights off, the Hurricanes come off a hard fought win last night and are now playing their third game in the past four days. Note that the Hurricanes were outshot 34-19 last night and also that they're a money-burning 4-11 the last 15 times they played a road game after having played the previous day. Conversely, the Sabres are a highly profitable 26-8 (+18.8) since 2005 when playing with two day's rest in between games. During the same stretch, the Sabres were 44-29 when facing a team which defeated them in their most recent meeting and 46-29 when coming off a game in which they allowed four or more goals. Look for the Sabres to improve on those stats tonight as they bounce back from Wednesday's loss at St. Louis, avenge an earlier loss at Carolina and improve to 13-6 the last 19 times they were a host in this series. *Situational GOM

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BULLS (-8 or better)

Game: Charlotte Bobcats vs. Chicago Bulls Game Time: 12/1/2007 8:35:00 PM Prediction: Chicago Bulls Reason: I'm laying the points with CHICAGO. Evidently, all the Bulls needed to cure their problems were some games against teams from the Southeast division. Indeed, Chicago snapped out of its funk with a double-digit win over Atlanta last time out. That brought the Bulls to a highly profitable 43-25-3 ATS (47-24 SU) their last 71 games against teams from the Southeast division. Not surprisingly, the Bulls have also fared well against the Bobcats. In fact, they won the last two meetings here by scores of 100-81 and 115-76. That's a combined 58 points! Due to this season's struggles we're getting a very reasonable line on the Bulls. That's particularly true given that the Bulls have been favored by a minimum of nine points (-10 and -11 last season) all six times they have been a host in this series. In addition to being the stronger and healthier team, the Bulls have the major advantage of playing at home. That's significant as the Bobcats have been highly competitive at Charlotte but dismal on the road. Since winning their road opener, the Bobcats have dropped all four away games (0-4 SU/ATS) while getting outscored by an average of 18 points per game. Look for the Bobcats' road woes to continue tonight as the Bulls build momentum off their win over the Hawks and record another convincing victory. *Annihilator

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