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FLORIDA ATLANTIC +3

FAU / Mid Tennessee St. OVER 50

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Florida Atlantic +3 at Middle Tennessee St

The Owls were picked by many as a clear cut favorite to win the Sun Belt, but three road losses at Texas, Michigan St, and Minnesota has FAU in an undeserving underdog role for their first conference game. The three BCS teams mentioned above are all playing better than preseason expectations (10-3 ATS combined) and FAU has had more than their share of bad luck. The Owls rank 111th in turnover ratio and had to play the Michigan St game in a bad rain storm which limited their strong passing game. FAU was not themselves in most recent loss at Minnesota, their worst outing of the season. There were several key dropped passes when the game was still competitive and QB Rusty Smith threw four interceptions before sitting out most of the final quarter. Make no mistake Smith will be a high NFL draft pick just as predicted by head coach Schnellenberger. He has a very strong arm and can make all of the throws. FAU beat writers report the team having their most spirited practices of the season this past week and expect a good showing. Against the BCS teams, FAU was forced to keep backs for added pass protection but with a more favorable matchup vs MTSU, they will provide extra passing options this week which will open up the offense. MTSU is still living off their home upset win over Maryland three weeks ago, but aside from that have not done much. The loss at Kentucky was not nearly as close as the score indicates as the Cats missed four field goals and lost three key starters to injury in the first half. MTSU was beaten soundly in both of their conference games vs Troy and Arkansas State. As mentioned before the Kentucky game this is one of the thinnest (down 10 scholarships to start season and have lost additional players to injury) and youngest (65% underclassmen) teams in the nation. Poor offensive line play has the Blue Raiders ranked dead last of 120 teams in the country in rushing yards per carry and 94th in yards per play overall. I give FAU a very good shot at winning outright. Take the points.

Play: Florida Atlantic +3 for 1 UNIT

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Florida Atlantic vs. Middle Tennessee

Our selection in Tuesday's NCAA College Football game is Middle Tennessee as their first nationally televised home game at Floyd Stadium will create a great venue as they pursue revenge for last season’s loss and they catch the Owls in a great spot as they are playing their 4th road game in 5 weeks.Play Middle Tennessee

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Minnesota (88-74) at Chicago White Sox (88-74)

Having staved off elimination with a do-or-die victory over the Tigers on Monday, the White Sox now welcome the Twins to U.S. Cellular Field for a one-game playoff to decide the American League Central Division champion. John Danks (11-9, 3.47 ERA) is slated to take the ball for Chicago, while Minnesota will go with rookie Nick Blackburn (11-10, 4.14).

Forced to play a makeup game against Detroit on Monday, Chicago trailed 2-1 in the sixth inning when rookie Alexei Ramirez crushed a grand slam to lead the Sox to an 8-2 victory and set up this winner-take-all contest. Chicago has followed up a five-game losing skid – including a three-game sweep at Minnesota last week – with consecutive wins, but Ozzie Guillen’s club is just 5-9 in its last 14 games.

After saving their season with the three-game sweep of the White Sox last week, the Twins lost two straight home games to the Royals before closing the regular season with Sunday’s 6-0 win over Kansas City. Although Ron Gardenhire’s squad has won five of its last seven overall, it went just 4-9 on the road in September.

The home team dominated this rivalry in 2008, going 15-3 in the 18 meetings. The White Sox won seven of the nine clashes in the Windy City, including the last five in a row. The seven wins by Chicago at home came by a combined score of 60-22.

Both teams had identical records this year at home (53-28) and on the road (35-46), and Chicago has won 41 of its last 59 at the Cell.

Danks’ most recent start came on Friday at home against Cleveland, and he got crushed for seven runs (all earned) on seven hits (two home runs) in just four innings of an 11-8 loss. The southpaw, who led the White Sox in ERA this year, is just 2-5 in his last nine starts, but he’s given up three earned runs or fewer in seven of his last 10 trips to the hill since the beginning of August.

Danks is only 4-6 at home despite a 3.96 ERA. However, he’s 2-3 with a beefy 6.88 ERA in seven career starts against the Twins, including 1-1 with a 7.91 ERA in four starts this season, with Chicago splitting those four games.

Blackburn, who led the Twins in innings pitched this season, shut down the White Sox in his most recent outing six days ago, giving up two runs on eight hits and two walks in five innings of a 3-2 victory. However, Minnesota is just 2-7 in the right-hander’s last nine trips to the mound, including five straight losses on the road, with Blackburn posting 7.67 ERA in those five road defeats.

For the season, Blackburn is 3-7 with a 5.20 ERA in 18 road starts – 13 of which the Twins have lost – compared with 8-3 with a 2.95 ERA in 14 outings in Minnesota. He’s also 2-2 with a 5.28 ERA in six career appearances (five starts) against the White Sox, with all five starts coming this season. That includes three games at U.S. Cellular, with Blackburn going 0-2 with a 7.20 ERA and the Twins losing all three games by the combined score of 24-11.

The over is 7-2 in the nine head-to-head battles between these rivals in Chicago, and seven of those contests featured double-digit run totals. Also, for Minnesota, the over is on streaks of 17-8-1 overall, 35-17-2 on the road, 9-0-2 on Tuesdays, 4-0-1 following an off day, 6-2 against a lefty starter and 3-0 when Blackburn pitches in Chicago. Finally, the White Sox are on over streaks of 4-1 overall, 5-2 at home and 4-1 when Danks faces the Twins.

The winner of this game heads to Tampa Bay for a first-round, best-of-5 playoff series against the Rays, which begins Thursday.

ATS ADVANTAGE: OVER


COLLEGE FOOTBALL

Florida Atlantic (1-3, 1-2 ATS) at Middle Tennessee State (1-3, 2-2 ATS)

Florida Atlantic hits the road for the fourth time this season when it visits Middle Tennessee State as the Sun Belt Conference takes center stage in a nationally televised midweek contest.

Both teams are coming off blowout road losses on Sept. 20, with Florida Atlantic getting hammered 37-3 at Minnesota as a six-point underdog and the Blue Raiders losing their conference opener 31-14 at Arkansas State as a 6½-point pup.

The Owls, who are the defending Sun Belt champs, have scored a total of 13 points in their three losses (vs. Texas, Michigan State and Minnesota), with their lone win being a 49-34 home rout of UAB. Meanwhile, Middle Tennessee’s lone victory was a 24-14 upset of Maryland as a 13-point road ‘dog, but it scored only 17, 14 and 14 points in its three losses.

Florida Atlantic rode its defense to a 27-14 win over Middle Tennessee last year, easily covering as a 2½-point home favorite. The Owls held the Blue Raiders to 217 total yards, including just 18 net rushing yards, while forcing four turnovers in the victory. These teams have met five times since 2003, with FAU holding a 3-2 edge (2-2 ATS in lined games). The chalk has cashed in the last three head-to-head meetings.

For the season, the Owls are averaging 15.5 points and 337.8 total yards per game (104 rushing ypg), while yielding per-game averages of 35 points and 441.2 yards (211 rushing ypg). As for Middle Tennessee, it is putting up 17.2 points and 346 yards per outing (only 68.5 rushing ypg) and surrendering 24 points and 363.2 yards (140 rushing ypg).

The Blue Raiders are just 15-88 SU in Sun Belt Conference home games, while the Owls have won seven of their eight road games since joining the Sun Belt two years ago.

Florida Atlantic is on ATS hot streaks of 5-2 overall, 7-2 in conference, 7-3 against losing teams and 4-1 on artificial turf, but the Owls have failed to cover in five of their last six following a bye.

Including the blowout loss at Arkansas State, Middle Tennessee has failed to cover in four straight Sun Belt Conference contests, but the Raiders are 7-2 ATS in their last nine on fake turf and 4-1 ATS in their last five after a bye.

The Owls sport nothing but “over” trends, including 9-3 overall, 5-0 in conference, 4-0 following a bye and 12-2 after a spread-cover. Conversely, Middle Tennessee is on under runs of 6-0 overall, 5-0 at home, 4-0 in conference, 4-1 in September, 6-1 on turf and 18-6 after an ATS setback.

ATS ADVANTAGE: NONE

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Florida Atlantic +3 at MIDDLE TENNESSEE 

Early week college gridiron Freebie for you tonight as we play Florida Atlantic as the Owls visit Middle Tennessee for a Sun Belt Conference matchup.

Florida Atlantic is the defending Sun Belt champion and the Owls need to get started on the road in this one as they have been demolished in three road games this season.

The Owls have played much stiffer competition in those other three roadies, losing at Texas, Michigan State and Minnesota. Their lone win came in a 49-34 win over UAB. So when they play somebody at their level of competition they can put up points and win the game.

Florida Atlantic beat Middle Tennessee 27-14 last season, covering as a 2 1/2-point favorite. They held the Blue Raiders to 217 total yards and 18 rushing yards. They lost their Sun Belt opener last week, 31-14 at Arkansas State as a 6 1/2-point underdog.

The Blue Raiders are just 15-88 SU in Sun Belt Conference home games. They are 0-4 ATS in their last four conference games.

Florida Atlantic has won seven of their last eight Sun Belt road games going back two seasons. The Owls are on ATS runs of 5-2 overall, 7-2 in conference play, 7-3 agaisnt losing teams and 4-1 on artificial turf.

Take the points with the better team in this one. Florida Atlantic is the play.

2♦ FLORIDA ATLANTIC

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FREE - White Sox

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Minnesota Twins at Chicago White Sox

Coming into this one game playoff for the right to make the post season the White Sox had to win in their last game and did so beating the Detroit Tigers 8-2, while in the Twins last game of the season they blanked the Kansas City Royals 6-0. The 162 game regular season could not decide the outcome for the AL Central division and now this 1 game playoff will decide which team makes the post season and which team goes home. Taking the mound for the White Sox is John Danks (11-9 3.47 ERA), who in his last outing went only 4 innings giving up 7 earned runs in a loss. In their win last night the White Sox scored 8 runs on 6 hits. Taking the mound for the Twins is Nick Blackburn (11-9 4.14 ERA), who in his last outing went 5 innings giving up 2 earned runs in a win. In their last win over the Royals the Twins scored 6 runs on 7 hits.

Staff Pick: In this one game playoff the pitching match up is pretty even, as both hurlers have almost identical records and ERA's. However, Danks has had a tough time against the Twins this year going 1-2 with a 7.45 ERA in 4 starts versus the Twins in Chicago, and 2-3 with a 6.88 ERA in 7 starts overall. He is also going on only 3 days rest. Oh yeah, AND his last start was the worst start he had all year. Twins Joe Mauer and Justin Morneau have been successful against Danks this year, going 8/12 (.667) and 7/16 (.438), respectively. Blackburn has not pitched well against the Twins being 0-2 with a 7.20 ERA in 3 career road starts against the White Sox, and 2-2 with a 5.28 ERA in 5 starts against them overall. In his last start Blackburn did beat the White Sox, which was part of the sweep that put them in this position. The Twins lead the season series 10-8. The White Sox were 4-6 in their last 10 games of the season, but won their last 2 games while the Twins were 6-4 in their last 10 games. The Twins swept the White Sox last week, but that was in Minnesota, as in Chicago they were 7-2 against the Twins this season. This game will come down to which starter has the better outing. Even though Danks has struggles against the Twins and had a tough last start, he will bounce back as the home field advantage will help the White Sox advance to the playoffs for the first time since 2005 when they won it all.

White Sox 7 Twins 5

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Minnesota Twins +135

The Chicago White Sox did what they had to do yesterday by beating the Detroit Tigers to necessitate this one-game playoff for the American League Central Division title, but we look for the underdog Minnesota Twins to advance to the ALDS with a victory in the Windy City tonight.

The White Sox were forced to use they best pitcher this year in Gavin Floyd yesterday just to get to this point, so they are now starting John Danks on three days rest. Now Danks did have an excellent 3.47 ERA overall this year, but he is unproven on short rest and he had not had any success vs. the Twins this year.

In fact, Danks failed to record a Quality Start in four starts vs. Minnesota, allowing a total of 17 earned runs and 29 hits in just 19.1 innings over those outings. He also ended the season on a negative noted, as he was torched for seven earned runs while last just four innings vs. the Cleveland Indians last Friday. It does not help his cause that he is facing a Twins lineup that is batting .295 vs. left-handed pitching over the last 10 games.

Now Minnesota starter Nick Blackburn certainly has modest numbers this year, as he is 11-10 with a 4.14 ERA overall. However, his last start was his best one in some time as he allowed just two run in five innings, and that start happened to come against these White Sox.

Blackburn also has the support of a Minnesota bullpen that finished tenth in the major leagues and sixth in the American League with a 3.94 pen ERA. We feel that ultimately, the superior Twins bullpen will determine the outcome of this contest.

Pick: Twins +135

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Minnesota Twins at Chicago White Sox
Prediction: Over

Minnesota is 35-17-2 OVER their last 54 road games and they are 10-2-1 OVER their last 13 games vs. winning teams. The Twins are 21-7 OVER their last 28 games on the road vs. lefty starters and they are 7-0 OVER in the last 7 road starts made by Nick Blackburn. Chicago has gone 4-0 OVER their last 4 home games and they are 4-1 OVER vs. the Twins with John Danks on the mound. The White Sox are 8-3 OVER their last 11 home games vs. righty starters and they are 19-7-1 OVER after allowing 2 or less runs in their last game. PLAY ON 'OVER'

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Minnesota at WHITE SOX -140 

Last night the Tigers-White Sox combined for 10 runs as the game ended in a push to the closing total of 10.

Tonight we like the Twins-White Sox to find their way OVER the posted price, as we feel with the pitchers working on short rest, the hitters are going to have their way.

The teams have played 18 times this season, and 12 of the 18 have cleared the posted price. In games played at Chicago, these teams have combined to go OVER in 7 of the 9 games played.

Nick Blackburn has allowed 10 runs in his last 10 innings of work against the Sox at US Cellular, while John Danks is coming off a home start that saw him get lit for 7 runs in just 4 innings. Danks has also allowed 17 runs in 19 innings of work against the Twins this year.

Looks like the runs will be piling up to us.

Play on the OVER tonight on the diamond.

1♦ OVER

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Minnesota at CHI. WHITE SOX -145

Got to like the White Sox in this single-game playoff tonight and it all starts with the location. We all watched this Twins team steamroll the White Sox in their 3-game sweep at the Metrodome last week, but expect things to be much different tonight at US Cellular and here's why:

First off, while the Twins are 10-8 against the White Sox this season, they're just 2-7 at US Cellular, including 5 straight losses there! Couple that with the obvious "payback factor" after the White Sox got swept in the Twins house the last time around, and you've got plenty of motivation on the White Sox side. Also, anyone who's followed the Twins this season knows full well they aren't the same team on the road, going 35-46 away this season!

Second, the Twins road woes extend to their starter, Nick Blackburn, who's just 3-7 with a 5.20 ERA on the road this season! He's also 2-2 with an ugly 5.67 ERA against the White Sox in 5 starts this season. Fact is the Twins are 0-7 in Blackburn's last 7 starts against a team with a winning record... A very tough number to ignore if you ask me!

I know full well the Twins have hit lefty John Danks well, who's just 1-1 with an ugly 7.91 ERA against the Minnesota this season. However, after getting hit hard by the Indians in his last home start, I fully expect Danks to come out highly focused on getting some redemption tonight. Look guys, he tossed 13 scoreless innings before that start against the Tribe, and there's no question I'd take Danks at US Cellular over Blackburn on the road, anyday!

Bottom line, with the White Sox bats getting reignited over their last 5 games (5 runs or more in all 5 games), look for them to hit Blackburn hard in this one, as the young righty chokes on the road (much like he has all season). On the flip side, while the Twins will get their chances, they're not nearly as potent on the road, and will be facing a White Sox team hell bent on payback after their 3-game sweep at the Metrodome last week. In the end, White Sox protect their house, and punch their ticket to the postseason!

Take the Chi. White Sox behind Danks over Minnesota and Blackburn in this MLB match up.

2♦ CHI. WHITE SOX

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Florida Atlantic at MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE -3

Take the over tonight between Florida Atlantic and Middle Tennessee State.

Both teams had very tough non-conference games, and while Middle Tennessee State kicked off its Sun Belt schedule last week, this will be the first such game for Florida Atlantic.

After the drubbing both took during the non-conference slate they should be ready to tee off on one another, so look for some motivated offenses on both sides.

The Owls are averaging 15.5 ppg while giving up 35 ppg defensively. The Blue Raiders are putting up 17.2 ppg on offense and allowing 24 ppg.

Florida Atlantic has played over nine of its last 12 overall, 5-0 in conference, 4-0 following a bye and 12-2 after a spread-cover.

Let’s take the over in this Sun Belt tilt tonight.

2♦ OVER

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MID. TENNESSEE ST. -3

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Florida Atlantic/Middle Tennessee State Over 48

For the full research, please read above. But, long story short, both teams are passing oriented teams as they are both top 50 in the nation in the early going in passing yards. Note, that Middle Tennessee State is actually top 20 in the nation in passing yards and they have revenge in this game from last year's loss. The game should be extender as both quarterbacks and coaches enjoy airing the ball out. Both defenses are also out of the top 70 in pass defense. The line indicates that Florida Atlantic should be competitive, after all, on a week day football game with over 66% of the public backing the home favorite, the line is under a field goal. This is indicative of a road team doing well and consequently a possible over. After all, Fla Atlantic did have a bye week last week and they are 4-0 to the over after a bye-week. The over is 5-2 for the Blue Raiders when they play a team with a losing record as well.

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Minnesota Twins @ Chicago White Sox
PICK: Over

Two starting pitchers in bad form in a hitter's park with the wind expected to be blowing out, puts me on the 'over' in this matchup, especially with a total less than double-digits.

Rookie Twins starter Nick Blackburn has hit the wall. He has a 12.19 ERA with a 2.71 WHIP in his last three starts.

Young White Sox starter John Danks also faces a lot of pressure in this playoff game. He's off his worst start, having surrendered seven runs and seven hits in four innings in an 11-8 loss to the Indians just last Friday. He's going on three days rest.

Danks has a poor history when facing the Twins with a 6.88 ERA in seven starts versus them. He has a 7.45 ERA in four home starts against Minnesota.

The Twins have scored 17 earned runs versus Danks in 19 1/3 innings. 

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Detroit Tigers at Chicago White Sox

Chicago White Sox have won six of their last 7 games at home against the Detroit Tigers  and are 14-3 in Gavin Floyd's last 17 starts at U.S. Cellular Field. Take the White Sox in a must-win contest to force a one game tiebreaker against Minnesota for the AL Central title on Tuesday.

Chicago White Sox -230

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MLB SERIES PLAYS

You can't make long term gains laying high priced favorites in any sport. You need to concentrate on finding underdogs with value or short priced favs. Betting on a MLB playoff series is no different. With that in mind, as we look at the 3 MLB playoff series with prices posted, we would automatically throw out the Phillies and Cubs. The prices are too high for us to get involved. We'd only consider playing the Brewers or Dodgers in those series. Of the two, the Dodgers present much more value and the series holds some intrigue with Torre managing in the Playoffs for the 13th straight years. The Dodgers are a live dog here. The Cubs took the regular season series 5-2 but Manny Ramirez wasn't there. Manny is the wild card here. The Dodgers have a very good chance to steal a game in Chicago which would also open the door for hedging opportunities for the faint of heart. The better team generally wins out over the course of a 7 game series but the short 5 game first round series opens the door for upsets. We're going to make a 2* play on the Dodgers to win the series at +190 or better.

We're also going to play the Angels to win the series over the Bosox at-120 or better. The Bosox are banged up, Beckett is hurt, and the Angels simply dominated the Sox this year going 8-1 against them. The Angels are the better team and the price is right. If we get a chance we'll have a more thorough write up posted on Bettorsworld tomorrow.

So two Series plays

2* Dodgers +190 over the Cubs

3* Angels -120 over the Bosox

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7* MLB Game of the Month

White Sox

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At 7:35 pm, our selection is on the Chicago White Sox over the Minnesota Twins. When the Chisox went into the Metrodome last week, it was no surprise that Minnesota swept them, as Chicago only won one game (against eight losses) on the road vs. the Twins this year. But at home, on the south side of Chicago, Ozzie Guillen's bunch is 7-2 vs. the Twins. Chicago is also 36-18 at home vs. righties, and 22-6 at home off a win of 4+ runs. Last week, Nick Blackburn started the middle game of the series and, although he only gave up 2 runs, he wasn't very effective and had to pitch in-and-out of trouble. He surrendered eight hits and two walks in just five innings pitched, and was fortunate to get the win. Blackburn has been a lot worse on the road this year, compared to at the Metrodome. His ERA away from home is 5.20, while it's 2.95 at home. And at night, his ERA is also much worse than in the day (4.64 compared to 2.95). The White Sox also have a .333 batting average vs. Blackburn this year (in five starts). His ERA vs. the Pale Hose is 5.67 and his WHIP is 1.70, and on the road at US Cellular Field this year, those numbers dip to 7.20 ERA and the Twins lost all three of his starts. Lefthander John Danks didn't start in the series last week vs. Minnesota, and at home this year, he has held opposing batters to a .247 batting average, and he has Chicago's best ERA of any starter this season at 3.47. Interestingly, after the game last week vs. the Twins and Blackburn, manager Ozzie Guillen ripped on Blackburn's performance, and chastised his team for not getting a breakthrough hit when his team had bases loaded, and 2nd and 3rd situations early in the game. Guillen didn't back off his criticism of Blackburn when reminded of his comments yesterday, and Guillen said the White Sox lost that game because they didn't approach hitting against Blackburn the right way. Look for Chicago to get it right today. Take the White Sox.

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Minesota at Chicago
Play: Over

The weather is expected to be cooler Chicago, however trends suggest runs should be scored. The Chicago White Sox are 14-4 OVER in home games vs. a starting pitcher like Nick Blackburn who strikes out three or less batters (Avr. score total of 12.3 runs). The Minnesota right-hander and his teammates are 7-0 OVER in road games when playing against a team with a winning record this season (Avr. score total of 11 runs).

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