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Utah Jazz (16-14) at Los Angeles Lakers (18-10)
The struggling Utah Jazz have lost nine of their last 12 games and have played dreadful away from home, dropping eight of their last nine. Utah is 6-12 both straight-up and ATS away from home this season, 1-4 ATS in its last 5. Go with the hot Lakers and Bryant to bully the Jazz at home. Los Angeles has won four straight at the Staples Center and 11 of the last 13 against Utah. The home team in this series has won and covered six of the last 7 meetings.

Los Angeles Lakers


Friday, December 28th, 2007 (Eastern Time)

Time Game Today's Pick

8:00 p.m. Milwaukee (11-16) at Chicago (9-17) -Chicago Bulls - 6

10:00 p.m. Philadelphia (12-16) at Sacramento (11-16) -Sacramento Kings -3½

10:30 p.m. Utah (16-14) at LA Lakers (18-10) -Los Angeles Lakers -3½

CFB

Texas: TCU vs. Houston - TCU - 4

Champs Sports: No. 14 Boston College vs. Michigan State - Michigan State + 4½

Emerald: Oregon State vs. Maryland - Oregon State - 4½

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5 units on MICHIGAN STATE and HOUSTON. NBA- PISTONS

3 units on MARYLAND. NBA- SUNS


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At 8:30 pm, on Friday, our selection is on the Maryland Terrapins plus the points over Oregon State, as the Beavers fall into a nasty situation that's 0% ATS in all bowl games since 1980, going 0-8 ATS.

At 7:05 pm, our selection is on the Charlotte Bobcats plus the points over New Orleans.

At 8 pm, on Friday, our selection is on the Houston Cougars plus the points over TCU


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LA Lakers Friday (streak: 1L)

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Boston College & Maryland (Streak: 1L, 5-1 bowls so far)

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TOM SCOTT'S FIVE STAR BOWL WINNER

Houston vs TCU - 8:00 PM EST

Play ON: #407 TCU minus the points

First let's talk pedigree. Gary Patterson has taken his Horned Frogs to bowl games in five of the past six years (he's covered four in a row with three SU wins) while the Cougars have been to three in the last four years, lost them all and gave up a combined 140 points in the three defeats. In fact, Houston hasn't won a bowl game since beating Navy in the 1980 Garden State Bowl. Since then, Houie is 0-7 SU allowing 40 ppg in the seven losses. This year, during the regular season, Houston faced the nation's easiest schedule. The Cougars faced only four teams who finished .500 or better, lost all four of the games and gave up 43 ppg in the four defeats. That's where the team trend comes in. TCU is a money making 34-6 ATS when it scores 28 or more.

PREDICTION: TCU 34 - Houston 20

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Scott Spreitzer's NBA Friday Night Knockout! *15-6, 71% ATS!

I'm laying the points with the Hornets on Friday. New Orleans has been strong away from home this season, especially when laying points. The Hornets are a healthy, 8-2 SU and 6-3-1 ATS as a road favorite. And, they're dominating sub-.500 competition, going 14-3 SU this season. Meanwhile, playing against the Bobcats when getting points would have you playing with the houses money and then some. Charlotte cannot be confused with over-achievers. They're 2-14 SU and 5-11 ATS when getting points. Their average loss comes by 12 PPG in those tilts. Tonight, they have to contend with a red-hot Chris Paul. The Hornets' star is averaging over 25 PPG in the month of December, including a 40-point night last time out. I expect Paul to dominate again tonight and for New Orleans to continue their run against losing teams. The Hornets are my Friday night Knockout. Thanks! GL! Scott

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ATS Bowl Lock of the Year

12 Units TCU

Also...

5 Units Maryland


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Main event---Michigan St

Friday Feast--Houston

TOM--------- under maryland/oregon st

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Scott Spreitzer's CFB Friday Night Book-Buster! *9-1, 90% ATS!

I'm taking the points with Maryland on Friday. The Terps overall record may not be anything special, but it's been wise to back them as a dog. Maryland owns four outright wins as a dog this season, including a win at Rutgers as a 17 1/2 point pup, and a bowl-clinching win when getting points against NC State. Coach Ralph Friedgen knows how to prepare for bowl action, going 3-1 SU/ATS, including another outright win as a dog last year, when Maryland (+1) whipped Purdue, 24-7. The player that I feel will get the Terps over the top in this one is former third string QB Chris Turner. Injuries at the QB spot led to Turner getting his shot under center. He responded with huge games in wins over Boston College and NC State, where he completed 40-of-51 passes (78%), for 543 yards, three TDs and no interceptions! And, when Turner is under center, Maryland opponents have to stay honest on defense. This is a key ingredient in beating Oregon State. The Beavers are strong against the run, so having Turner's ability through the air, will open up running lanes. In the win over BC, Lance Ball ran for 109 yards. In the win over NC State, Ball and Darel Scott combined for 167 yards on 26 carries. I cashed here last night going against the Pac-10 (Texas over ASU), and will do it again tonight. Maryland, plus points, gets the cash. Thanks! GL! Scott.

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1 unit Michigan State and WF


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3-Unit Play. Take ‘Under’ 154.5 St. Joseph’s at Siena (7 p.m., Friday, Dec. 28)
This is only the second game in nearly three weeks for either of these teams, and their first games following the Christmas break. I don’t expect either to be as sharp as it normally would. I think St. Joseph’s will avoid the bait of an uptempo game, the style that Sienna wants to play. Combined, only four of 14 games between these teams have sailed this total. Sienna averages 151.3 in its last seven and St. Joe’s averages 141.7. The Hawks aren’t a team of natural scorers and both teams are coming of games where they shot over 50 percent. The layoff, the holidays, and the inflated number all make this a solid against-the-grain play.

1.5-Unit Play. Take Loyola-Maryland (+17.5) over Illinois (9 p.m., Friday, Dec. 28)
This is a definite letdown spot for the Illini, who are coming off a solid upset of Missouri last weekend. Loyola is 50-24-1 ATS on the road and I think they have enough offensive weapons to hang around in this one. Illinois goes through prolonged stretches where they have trouble scoring, which makes it tough to cover these mammoth numbers. In fact, the Illini are 0-11 ATS as a favorite of 9.0 or higher recently and just 8-15 ATS in those spots over the past three years.

1.5-Unit Play. Take Butler (-1) over Southern Illinois (9 p.m., Friday, Dec. 28)
Yup, I’m biting. The Bulldogs are healthy, rested, and tested and I think they are simply better than SIU. The Salukis do not have the guard play that they have in the past five seasons and as a result I think they are no longer an elite mid-major. SIU is 2-5 ATS against the Horizon and Butler is 27-8 ATS in nonconference games. I’m going with guards over post players and I think the Bulldogs take this one down against a SIU club that is still a bit overrated.

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Gamblersworld Tip of the day

Game: 8:00PM, Texas Bowl: TCU Horned Frogs vs. Houston Cougars

Prediction: TCU

Current Line: -3.5 Over/Under: 61.5 Reason: A pair of Texas schools with lock horns in the Texas Bowl Dec. 28. TCU Horned Frogs and the Houston Cougars will both be trying to grab a bowl win when they battle at Reliant Stadium. These teams have played four times since 2002 and the Horned Frogs have won all four (going 3-1 against the number). Oddsmakers currently have the Horned Frogs listed as 3½-point favorites versus the Cougars, while the game's total is sitting at 61½. TCU amassed 694 yards last time out in a 45-33 win at San Diego State, failing to to cover the 12.5-point road spread. The 78 points scored were OVER the posted total of 50. Andy Dalton was 23-for-39 for 298 yards, and he also added a touchdown on the ground. Joseph Turner ran for 226 yards and four majors for the Horned Frogs. Anthony Alridge ran for 157 yards and two touchdowns last time out as the Cougars pounded the Texas Southern Tigers by a final score of 59-6. The oddsmakers avoided that contest - no line or total was posted for the expected mismatch. Team records: TCU: 7-5 SU, 5-6-1 ATS Houston: 8-4 SU, 4-7 ATS TCU most recently: When playing in December are 7-3 When playing on grass are 7-3 After outgaining opponent are 6-4 When playing outside the conference are 9-1 Houston most recently: When playing in December are 2-5 When playing on grass are 8-2 After outgaining opponent are 7-3 When playing outside the conference are 4-6 A few trends to consider: TCU is 15-5 SU in its last 20 games Houston is 6-1 SU in its last 7 games

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5x NBA Houston - Memphis OVER


ATS LOCK
12 TCU -6 LOY
5 Maryland +5

Hoops
4 Portland -8 1/2
4 Lakers -3 1/2
3 Morgan St. +2 1/2


ATS FINANCIAL
3 Boston College -4 1/2
3 Under 48 Maryland

Hoops
3 St. Peters -1
3 Northern Colorado -10


Frank Rosenthal

CHAMPS BOWL
406 BC-4

TEXAS BOWL
408 HOUSTON U+6.5

EMERALD BOWL
410 OREGON ST+6.5
UNDER 48

NBA
503 MAGIC-2.5
511 BUCKS+6
516 SUNS-13.5
522 LAKERS-3.5

COLLEGE HOOPS
526 SO CAROLINA-11.5
529 DELAWARE+15
534 SO ILLINOIS+1.5

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NBA - Wizards

Foots - Maryland
Over Connecticut
Penn St

Patriots -13.5

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COLLEGE BOWL SELECTIONS
3.5-Unit Play. Take #406 Boston College (-4) over Michigan State (5 p.m., Friday, Dec. 28)
Note: Play for 3.0 or 2.5 Units at -4.5 or -5.0 or higher, respectively.

The Spartans had a chance to spring an upset over a deflated Boston College team but now that time is over. Michigan State lost two defensive starters for this game and I think that shows that they aren’t as focused as they should be. Boston College’s seniors are the winningest group in school history and I think they go out on top. The Eagles can stop the run, neutralizing MSU’s strength, and I don’t think MSU can stop Matt Ryan. The Spartans are just 7-19 ATS on grass and 7-16 ATS in nonconference games. Boston College is 6-1 ATS in bowl games and 15-6 ATS against teams with a winning record. They are so much better than the Spartans that it is sick, and only a severe mental letdown by B.C. can prevent a blowout here.

2.5-Unit Play. Take #410 Oregon State (-5) over Maryland (8:30 p.m., Friday, Dec. 28)
The ACC stinks. If you want a decent system for this bowl season I say bet against the Big 10 and ACC blindly for the rest of the season. I'm not kidding. These conferences were awful in nonconference play, have been terrible in bowl games over the past two years, and are perpetually overrated. I think this game is going to be a blowout as a pretty tough Beavers team is able to overpower the Terps.

1.5-Unit Play. Take ‘Under’ 56.0 Mississippi State vs. Central Florida (4:30 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 29)
2-Unit Play. Take #416 Mississippi State (+130) over Central Florida (4:30 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 29)
3-Unit Play. Take #416 Mississippi State (+3) over Central Florida (4:30 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 29)
I think we have two physical teams here and two teams that will be trading blows all afternoon long. UCF isn’t going to be able to run on a tough SEC team the same way they rolled over CUSA foes. The ‘under’ is 7-1 in UCF’s last eight games and 11-5-1 in nonconference games. The ‘under’ is also 23-9-1 after an MSU loss and 4-1 overall for the Bulldogs.

2-Unit Play. Take #458 Kentucky (-9) over Florida State (4 p.m., Monday, Dec. 31)
Note: Play up to -9.5. No play at 10.0 or higher.

I think this one is fairly obvious. I like the Wildcats in this one before whole FSU Suspension Fiasco and I don’t think the line here has properly adjusted. Kentucky beat a better Clemson team last year in their bowl game and this year they should handle the undermanned Seminoles. UK was terrible the last month of the year, but a closer look reveals that their losses were to powerhouses Tennessee (by 2), Georgia (by 11) and LSU (by 6). Two of the losses came in overtime. The ACC stinks and I think the Cats win this one by double digits.

3.5-Unit Play. Take #454 South Florida (-6) over Oregon (2 p.m., Monday, Dec. 31)
The Ducks are really on tilt. Since losing Dennis Dixon this team has gone in the tank and I just don’t trust Brady Leaf (or whoever else is quarterbacking the Ducks) in this one. This USF team is battle hardened and they have faced the type of speed they’ll be matched up against in the Sun Bowl. Oregon is 1-3 ATS in its last four bowl games and 1-5 ATS in December. USF is on a 14-6 ATS run and are 5-1 ATS in nonconference games. I think the Bulls drive the final nail in a once promising Oregon season.

4-Unit Play. TEASER: Take #468 Florida (-3.5) over Michigan AND Take #472 USC (-6.5) over Illinois
2-Unit Play. Take #472 USC (-13.5) over Illinois (5 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 1)
The Big 10 stinks. I think both of these games are going to be ugly, ugly blowouts as the Florida and USC programs are just head and shoulders above either UM or Illinois. Also, there is no doubt that Urban Meyer and Pete Carroll will have far superior game plans with the extra preparation time. All in all I think this is one of my favorite plays of the bowl season.

3.5-Unit Play. Take #466 Missouri (-3) over Arkansas (11:30 a.m., Tuesday, Jan. 1)
I think the Tigers are the better team here and that we’re getting a bargain with this spread. If it had been -7 we would have likely stayed away here. But Arkansas has had a lot of trouble with pass-happy teams this year, losing to Alabama, Kentucky, and Tennessee this season. Missouri has lost to only Oklahoma and has handled other BCS bowl teams Illinois and Kansas. I think the Tigers make a statement and avoid the letdown. Mizzou is 8-1 ATS after a loss of 20 or more points, 11-3 ATS overall, and 5-1 ATS in neutral site games. The Hogs are just 2-5 ATS in nonconference games and just 2-5 SU in their last seven bowl games.

7-Unit Play. Take #474 Georgia (-7.5) over Hawaii (8:30 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 1)
I think this one gets ugly. I have nothing but confidence that Mark Richt, the master motivator, will have his Bulldogs ready to roll in this one. Hawaii is just 7-18 ATS against teams with a winning record and this game reminds me of when Boise State came to Athens in 2005 and got hammered by 35 points. Hawaii is 4-7 ATS as road dogs
4-7 as road dogs and is 10-15 ATS off the islands since 2003. Georgia is 7-3 ATS in its last 10 bowl games and 3-2 ATS in its last five. I think they dominate this one from start to finish and position themselves in the preseason Top 5 for next year.

4.5-Unit Play. Take LSU (-4) over Ohio State (9 p.m., Monday, Jan. 7)
LSU isn't as good as it thinks it is. But they are still better than Ohio State. I do see a defensive struggle but I think that the difference - just like in last year's blowout - will be the speed of the Tigers. The Buckeyes simply do not matchup against that type of speed and athleticism in the Big 10. Ohio State has virtually no wins that impress me other than a blowout at Penn State. But even the Lions proved that they aren't very good. The Buckeyes simply don't deserve to be in this game, and are not in the same class as LSU. The Tigers will not blowout OSU like Florida managed to last year but this will be a convincing victory for the SEC.

NFL SELECTIONS
2.5-Unit Play. Take Chicago (+2) over New Orleans (1 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 30)
1.5-Unit Play. Take 'Over' 40.0 New Orleans at Chicago (1 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 30)
Fade the "Must Win" teams in Week 17 - especially ones that are favored at home. The Saints do not play any defense at all, making them a dicey bet at any time. They had trouble in the slop of Soldiers Field last January and I think they will struggle again this year. I think both teams are going to move the ball and I know the Bears have enough pride to play this one for a win and end a long season on a positive note.

2-Unit Play. Take Carolina (-2.5) over Tampa Bay (1 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 30)
The Bucs are going to be resting just about every key player and are already looking ahead to a matchup with the Giants next weekend. Carolina has been improving over the past month and these guys are still playing (and coaching) for their jobs next year. This is a divisional game so there is definitely extra motivation on the side of the Panthers to lay one on Tampa Bay.

2-Unit Play. Take San Francisco (+10) over Cleveland (1 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 30)
Fade the "Must Win" teams in Week 17. The Browns are desperate but they don't stop people. San Francisco stunned Denver in Mile High to close out last year and I think they could do the same in this situation. The Browns have to be feeling a bit down after last week's crushing loss at Cincinnati. The Niners are playing better and I don't see them rolling over in this one.

2.5-Unit Play. Take Houston (-6) over Jacksonville (1 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 30)
The Texans have had the Jags' number over the past three years when the two teams are playing straight. Now mix in the fact that the Jags will likely be resting their key parts in order to gear up for the postseason and Houston could hang a big number up. The Texans are looking for the franchise's eighth win of the season and that's a mark that means something to them. I think they get their win by pulling away late and laying a big one on a division rival.

1-Unit Play. FIRST HALF: Take New England (-9.5) over New York Giants (8 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 29)
Note: If the Patriots do not cover this halftime number I, personally, will be doubling down on either the third quarter line or the second half line. I just don't see a scenario where the Pats don't destroy the G-Men, who don't have the corners to slow down the N.E. offense. Have to play it by ear.

Even if the Giants play their starters, their secondary will get shredded by the New England attack. The Pats will enter this game motivated and will try to put this one away early. They know they will have two weeks before their next game and they do not want to face the wrath of Belichick of they play a sloppy game. The Pats are going to put a bow on their perfect regular season and there really isn't much New York can do about it.

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2-Unit Play. #410 Take Oregon State -5 over Maryland (12/28 - 8:30 pm)

This game is just a mismatch, particularly with the Terps' inability to establish a consistent pass attack and the Beavers' top ranked run defense. Maryland will be forced to throw the ball because Oregon State has been stellar against the run, and OSU is just as efficient in taking the ball away against the pass. The Beavers do well to make turnovers into points and that gives them a definite advantage. Here we'll see a double digit victory by the team playing arguably the best football finishing the regular season. Oregon State will keep it going with a nice win.

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10 units BC -5 v. Mich St
10 units TCU -6.5 v. Houston
10 units Md/Oreg ST UNDER 47

3-5 in Bowls and -34 units in Bowls

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Under Maryland/ore State Huge


Insider Sports Report

4* Maryland +4.5 over Oregon St. (NCAAF)
Range +6 to +2.5

4* Michigan St./Boston College (NCAAF) UNDER 56.5
Range 58.5 to 54.5

3* T.C.U. -6 over Houston (NCAAF)
Range -4.5 to -8


Elite Sports Picks

Michigan St./Boston College (NCAAF) UNDER 56.5


Discount Sports Picks

10* Maryland/Oregon St. (NCAAF) UNDER 47

5* Michigan St. +4.5 over Boston College (NCAAF)

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Texas Bowl @Houston, TX

TCU vs. Houston

This year?s Texas Bowl is aptly named, and shoulddraw a nice little turnout with two solid instateprograms doing battle here. Houston HC Art Brileswill not coach the Cougars here, as he leaves forBaylor. Briles turned the UH program around,leading the team to 4 bowl games in his 5 years,after they made only 2 in the previous 15 years. Hisexciting offense did not skip a beat despite losingKevin Kolb to the Philadelphia Eagles after lastseason. This year?s offense. Led by redshirtfreshman QB Case Keenum, was the best of Briles?tenure here, scoring 36 points per game, andranking 4th in the nation at 513 yards per game. Itwill be interesting to see how this team, and mainlythis high-powered offense responds, as they will becoached by cornerback coach and recruitingcoordinator Chris Thurmond for the bowl game.TCU had some injuries to key players early on bothsides of the ball early on and that contributedgreatly to an unimpressive 4-4 start. However, theygot somewhat healthy and finished strong, going 3-1SU/ATS down the stretch, including a respectable27-22 loss at BYU, and a 37-0 massacre of NewMexico. The college football coaching carousel hassomehow avoided Gary Patterson again thus far,and although it wouldn?t shock me if he wassnatched up late in the game, he is, for now, stayingput. Patterson?s program is built on defense, andthis year is no different, as TCU ranked 16thnationally in total defense (320 ypg) and scoringdefense (19ppg). The Horned Frogs held the bowlteams on their schedule to only 4.3 yards per play, anumber surpassed by only USC and Ohio St. Bycomparison, UH allows 6.0 ypplay to thebowlers ontheir schedule.This would be an interesting chess match if ArtBriles were on the Houston sideline. However, he?snot, and therefore I have to side with TCU. The UHspread offense uses tons of misdirection andspecializes in mismatches and getting theirplaymakers in space. The quarterback looks to thesideline on most plays, and then makes the call. Icannot fathom Keenum getting the same input fromthe sideline now that not only Briles, but BOTH OFHIS OFFENSIVE COORDINATORS are now at Baylor.Patterson and his DC Dick Bumpus will have theirrugged defense prepared here, and despite theirtalent, I?m not sure the Cougars offense will be ableto adjust with their current coaching situation.TCU should improve to 4-2 SU, 4-1-1 ATS in bowlsunder Patterson.

TCU by 11.

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Friday, December 28, 2007

Michigan State(+3) vs. Boston College [Champs Sports Bowl]

Power Rating Projection:

Michigan State 28 Boston College 27
Statistical Projections

Michigan State 27

Rushing Yards: 131
Passing Yards: 228
Turnovers: 1 Boston College 33

Rushing Yards: 116
Passing Yards: 329
Turnovers: 1

SUNSHINE FORECAST Official Prediction:

Michigan State 30 Boston College 29


Texas Christian(-3?) vs. Houston [Texas Bowl]

Power Rating Projection:

Texas Christian 32 Houston 24
Statistical Projections

Texas Christian 30

Rushing Yards: 157
Passing Yards: 241
Turnovers: 2 Houston 21

Rushing Yards: 149
Passing Yards: 206
Turnovers: 3

SUNSHINE FORECAST Official Prediction:

Texas Christian 34 Houston 27


Maryland(+4) vs. Oregon State [Emerald Bowl]

Power Rating Projection:

Oregon State 26 Maryland 24
Statistical Projections

Maryland 22

Rushing Yards: 80
Passing Yards: 221
Turnovers: 2 Oregon State 23

Rushing Yards: 163
Passing Yards: 187
Turnovers: 2

SUNSHINE FORECAST Official Prediction:

Oregon State 26 Maryland 24

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Mike Volpe is 10-2 overall in bowl games (sides and totals) and up +34 Units

Champs Sports BowlDecember 28, 20075 PM ET on ESPNMichigan State Spartans (O/U 57) versus the Boston College Eagles -4 Another game where the books are begging you to bet the favorite. Boston College has a ten win season going and Heisman candidate Matt Ryan at QB. The Spartans are only 7-5 but played a hell of a schedule. Michigan State beat Bowl teams, Penn State, Purdue and lost three heart breakers to Bowl bound Michigan (By 3 points), Wisconsin (by 3 points ) and #1 Ohio State (by 7)

5 * Play on Michigan State Spartans +4 10)

Texas BowlDecember 28, 20078 PM ET on NFL NetworkHouston Cougars (O/U 62) versus TCU Horned Frogs -3.5 TCU looks to redeem a disappointing season with a Bowl win over in state rivals Houston. The Cougars face a rough road against one of the Nations best defenses.Look for a low scoring TCU Cover and win
3 * Play on the TCU Horned Frogs -3.5
4* Bonus Play on the UNDER 62

Emerald BowlDecember 28, 20078:30 PM on ESPNMaryland Terrapins (O/U 48.5) versus Oregon State Beavers -4.5 On paper this game looks like a mis match. The Oregon State Beavers roll into the post season winners of three straight and six of their last seven games. The Terps did not even break .500 going just 6-6. But the Terps have lost only one non conference game against the spread and the PAC 10 is just horrible as favorites in Bowl games. Going for brokeOn this one as I will take the Terps OUTRIGHT for a 5* Play

5* Play on Maryland +160
3* Bonus Play on the OVER

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Arizona over

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Billy Coleman

4* Pacers under 200

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