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New England -13.5
Green Bay -7

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SD/NE over 46
GB/NYG under 40.5

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Temple Owls at St. Louis Billikens

In a battle of the birds, the Billikens host the Owls as St. Louis look to even its record at 7-7 with a win here today. The history book shows the home team a perfect 2-0 SU & ATS in this series, with St. Louis looking to avenge a 6-point loss from last season. It's not often you will find a team that won 20 games the previous season looking to avenge a loss from a 12-win team, but such is the case today. With the Owls having cashed each of its last three games, the value and the motive becomes the Billikens' today. Look for St. Louis to improve to 9-2 at home as they get they revenge here today.

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Michigan St at Minnesota

Michigan State is 15-2 and number 11 in the country as they take their 3-1 Big Ten record to Minnesota. Minnesota is 12-4 and struggled in their last game from the field and from the FT line. Look for Minnesota and Tubby Smith's team to bounce back with a big conference win at home.

Play on Minnesota

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NFL: 10* Pats UNDER 47.5
10 * Giants +7.5

CBB: 50* Florida State ML
50* Mizzou State ML
25* Minnesota ML

NHL 50* Atlanta -1.5
10* Anaheim

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San Diego Chargers @ New England Patriots

PICK: under

REASON FOR PICK: Chargers/Patriots under: The Pats got slowed down in Baltimore with windy weather, and this weather situation looks worse -- 14 degrees, windy conditions. San Diego DC Ted Cottrell put in a more attacking, aggressive defense in midseason and will continue that in an attempt to get to Tom Brady, which is the only way to try and trip up the Pats. San Diego's running game should chew up the clock. Both teams have been strong in the red zone since Week 8. Don't look for a lot of offense. PLAY THE CHARGERS/PATRIOTS UNDER

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MINNESOTA over Michigan State RATING: 4


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Chargers +14
New York Football Giants +7

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San Diego at New England -14 O/U 49

Recommendation: New England

We used the over in the Patriots game last week in this same price range, but we’ll adjust to some injury information and some good old visual evidence from last week’s performances to determine a new plan of attack this week. Jacksonville had been on a monumental run going over the total in 11 straight prior to their trip to Foxboro and their performance against Pittsburgh told us that trend was likely to continue against the League’s most diverse offensive attack. Typically these Chargers have the weaponry we would equate with an over team as well, but if you watched the game last week you saw Tomlinson and Rivers injure their knees and you saw a hobbled Antonio Gates become a non-factor. You also saw the Colts take over early in the game as Peyton Manning picked apart the secondary. That doesn’t bode well against Tom Brady who is as patient in the pocket as any QB that has started in the NFL. Brady doesn’t force anything, taking only what is available; take away Moss and Welker kills you. Take away Welker and Ben Watson goes for 25 down the middle. Watson is covered? Throw to Gaffney. The Chargers were able to take advantage of three turnovers from the Colts as Indy drove the field. Each turnover stopped what looked like sure scoring drives. But the Pats don’t turn the ball over, period. Both LT and Rivers are questionable as of now but we’ll call for them to gut it out come game time. If they can’t go the onus falls on Michael Turner and Darren Sproles in the backfield and Billy Volek under center. Either scenario is fine for us. We expect the combination of stout defense from the Pats (who have given up less than 14 points per game at home this season) and a conservative clock management style offense (to protect and relieve pressure from their injured offensive stars or backups) from the Chargers. While the Pats have fallen off course by covering just once in their last seven games, and the Chargers have produced the single best run ATS in the NFL down the stretch (9-1 including eight straight) this week sets up nicely for a blowout as Belichick’s crew head to another Super Bowl.


New York at Green Bay -7 O/U 42

Recommendation: Green Bay

The Giants continued their improbable run on the highway cashing another ticket and taking the outright win in Big D. But if you watched the game you probably came away less than impressed by the G-Men, and a quick glance at the box score would justify your feelings. New York was completely dominated from a numbers standpoint: They were out gained by over 100 yards (including a 64 yard deficit on the ground), lost the time of possession battle by 13 minutes, gave up more sacks and allowed the Cowboys to covert on 10-16 on third down. It wasn’t exactly the performance of a lifetime and certainly those numbers wouldn’t get the job done against the Packers. Green Bay spotted the Seahawks a 14 point lead after two quick Ryan Grant turnovers. But Grant fully redeemed himself by going over 200 yards while scoring three TDs and the Packers,who scored a TD on six straight possessions, ran away from Seattle(quite literally). The same fundamental and situational matchups that made the Packers an appealing bet last week make them an appealing bet again this week. Their rushing attack is absolutely looking like one of the best in football right now as Ryan Grant continues to punish defenses behind an excellent zone blocking offensive line. Grant pushed his streak of 100 yard efforts to six in his last 11 outings while scoring at least one TD in each of his last seven games. The Giants’ numbers tell a story of being able to defend the run; they do after all rank in the top ten in that category.But we saw Marion Barber run all over them before Dallas decided to give up on the run, something the Packers don’t seem likely to do. The Giants and their backers will point to the pressure they put on Tony Romo, and the fact that they are one of the best pass rushing teams in the NFL as being a big plus for them this week.But Green Bay utilizes the three step drop quick-to-intermediate passing game really neutralizing much pass rush, and their WRs are amongst the best in producing yards after the catch. Lambeau has been magical this season (7-1-1 ATS) once again and they’ll be rocking this week as their beloved Pack head to the Super Bowl

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GB 1 unit, GB/NY OVER

1/2 unit, sydicate play on NE

1 unit Missouri St.


Scott Spreitzer Comp

N Iowa

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20* GOY GREEN BAY
10* SD


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Game: New Jersey Nets at Phoenix Suns Jan 20 2008 8:05PM
Prediction: under


John Fina

Miami (Ohio) -13


Ats Lock Club

4 units NE -14
3 units Teaser NE -8 GB -1.5


Arthur Ralph

Super Pick
St Louis NCAA Hoops

New England
Green Bay

Free Play: Missouri State

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ASA's 4* play on GREEN BAY (-7) over Ny Giants

In Green Bay’s Week 16 35-7 loss to Chicago in poor weather conditions left many doubters questioning whether the Packers could still play in bad weather. They answered that question in a big way last week in a 42-20, snow-covered win over Seattle in the second round of the playoffs. Early weather reports are calling for even colder conditions this week and that plays right into Green Bay’s hands. Eli Manning and the Giants have proved their doubters wrong as well with back-to-back road wins at Tampa and Dallas. Both of those games came in optimal weather conditions, though. Sunday’s conditions will be much less than optimal. Manning has definitely exorcised some of his demons over the last two weeks but those demons will return in this game as he struggles to deal with the weather. Favre, on the other hand, will have no problem doing what he does. The Giants have one of the best pass rushes in the NFL but that pass rush will be negated in this game. Favre has been sacked just 16 times in 17 games this year and he gets excellent protection from both tackles, which is where most of the pressure will be coming from. Additionally, Favre has Ryan Grant providing him with a strong running attack that will temper the New York pass rush as well. Grant ran for 201 yards in the snow last week and has additional motivation in this game as he was traded from the Giants to Green Bay earlier this year. He’ll want to prove his former team wrong. These two teams met earlier this year with Green Bay heading into New York and handing the Giants a 35-13 beatdown. Favre carved up the New York secondary to the tune of 286 yards and three touchdowns and could very well match those numbers again. The Giants secondary is beat up right now and it will struggle to keep Favre down. New York went 2-2 against the NFC North this year and struggled to score in all four games. The Giants averaged just 16.8 points per game against the division and they’ll have a tough time scoring against Green Bay’s sixth-ranked scoring defense. The Packers, meanwhile, went 3-1 against the NFC East, averaging 23.8 points per game. Green Bay has gone 5-1 SU and 4-2 ATS in its last six meetings with the Giants, winning those five games by 15.6 points per game. The Packers have covered each of their last five home games, winning those contests by 24.4 points per game. They may not win by that much in this game but they’ll easily cover the spread. Take Green Bay at home minus the points to earn a trip to the Super Bowl.

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SAN DIEGO VS NEW ENGLAND
304 PATRIOTS-13.5 S
OVER 46.5 S

NY GIANTS VS GREEN BAY
306 PACK-7
UNDER 42

NBA
802 SUNS-10.5

COLLEGE HOOPS
804 UCONN-1.5
805 FSU+1.5
819 BG+14.5

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Colorado Avalanche -150.0

The Colorado Avalanche are one of the league's best home teams , and despite of rash of injuries are a team that must be respected in their own building. The Columbus Blue Jackets are a much improved team this season, but are just 7-13-2 on the road and have not faired well in Denver in the past losing 12 of 13 tilts while getting out scoring t 49-18 during that span. Note: Columbus goalie Leclaire is 0-4-1 in along with a bloated 3.85 GAA in 5 starts in this series. Colorado is 9-0 L/9 Sunday games winning straight up by an average of 2.5 GPG. Play on Colorado

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San Diego
G Bay


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Mich St

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3 units New England -14
2 units under 47.5

5 units Green Bay -7 WISEGUY
2 units under 41.5

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BIG AL

At 8 pm, our Revenge Game of the Month is on the Washington State Cougars, who have lost 13 straight games to Oregon since 2002.

At 4 pm, our Big 10 Game of the Month is on the Minnesota Golden Gophers minus the points over Michigan State, as Tubby Smith's men fall into a 73-37 ATS system of mine that plays on certain conference home teams, priced from -8 to pk, who are matched up against a foe off a win.

At 8:05 pm, our selection is on the New Jersey Nets over Phoenix, as New Jersey falls into 24-0 and 61-32 ATS systems of mine.

At 3 pm, on Sunday, our selection is on the New England Patriots over San Diego.

At 6:30 pm, on Sunday, our NFL Playoff Game of the Year is on the Green Bay Packers minus the points over the NY Giants. New York is playing solid football, no doubt, but this will be its third consecutive road game in the Playoffs

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Kelso Sturgeon

NE-14 25units.....NE under 47 10 units
GB-7.5 25 units....GB over 41.5 10 units
Washington ST-8.5 25 units


DCI

NFL

AFC Championship
NEW ENGLAND 33, San Diego 22

NFC Championship
GREEN BAY 27, N.Y. Giants 22


Joe Wiz

CBA - Wake Forest -1


Gavozzi

3* Green Bay
1*Green Bay over
1*N.England
1*N.England over


EZ Winners

1 STAR: (811) TEMPLE (PICK) over St. Louis
(Risking $110 to win $100)

1 STAR: (822) WASHINGTON STATE (-8) over Oregon
(Risking $110 to win $100)


Bob Harvey Sports

Green Bay Packers -7


BRW Sports Advisors

Giants/Packers

Under 40.5


Vegas Sports Edge

Green Bay -7


NFL System Picks

NY Giants +7.5

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2* Wake Forest (-) over Florida State

Seminoles are off big games vs Duke and Clemson, making a letdown spot quite likely here. For their part, Wake has home wins this season over BYU, Air Force, and Virginia Tech, and they are also 7-2 SU as series host. Finally, Demon Deacons playing with revenge for an eight point loss in Tallahassee last season, a game that saw FSU enjoy a big home home referee edge, shooting 18 and making 16 more free throws. Now that "home cooking" is on the side of WF, we look for things to even out today.

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direct line play..............GB over
nfl playoff goy...............GB
5 star total...................SD over 47
tko conf blowout gow...............Wash St
4 star hammer.......................Suns


Cokin
fat man releases............Marquette, ne over 47
system play.............Weber St
window..................Marquette
under the hat.............Wash St
3 star action.............Suns
window..................NE


Feist
playoff goy..............GB
total.......................NE under
platinum.................SD
5 star total...............GB under
personal best......................Weber St
platinum............................Penn St
inner circle......................Temple
5 star..................Minnesota
5 star....................Nets

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double-dime bet Washington St. -8.5 vs Oregon

Analysis: Today Stan has made a BIG BET on Washington St. Two of Stan's Top 3 College Bettors have also played this game big today. This is the only game Stan is Betting Today. TAKE WASHINGTON ST as STAN'S COLLEGE TV BLOWOUT BIG BET OF THE WEEK and make them a DOUBLE DIME PLAY.

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2* Pats
3* Packers

Free Pick Over Packers


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Green Bay Under 41.5

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