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Friday Service Plays

Friday Service Plays

Jeff Scott Sports

3 UNIT PLAY

BOISE STATE -24.5 over Hawaii

Boise is 27-4 ATS during the 2nd half of the season since 1992, 16-2 ATS at home after 5 or more wins in a row and 6-1 ATS with WAC revenge, while Hawaii is 5-16 ATS in their last 21 road games vs. a team with a winning home record and 1-5 ATS in their last 6 road games. The last 2 years the Hawaii Rainbows have put up 47 and 43 ppg, but this year that offense has really struggled with the departure of HC June Jones, as they are 86th in total offense and they are scoring just 21 ppg. Hawaii is averaging 22 ppg and 181 ypg less than last year. Now they must face a Boise defense that is 37th overall, 33rd vs. the pass and they allow just 11.2 ppg. This year Boise has allowed just 5.7 ppg at home and they have outscored their opponents by 30 ppg in their 3 home games. Boise come in having their last 8 games at home and have outscored their opponents by 34 ppg over that stretch, so it boggles me once again why this team is not a 30+ point home fav in this one, especially vs. a conference opponent , as they have won their last 8 WAC home games by 34.8 ppg. The Boise offense checks in ranking 21st overall and 13th in passing. Their ppg average is 9 points down from last year, but they have scored 35 ppg at home and are facing the 79th overall defense and the 98th scoring defense in the nation. Boise has revenge from last years loss to the Rainbows and they will not take this team lightly, especially after Hawaii recently pulled a shocker at Fresno State. Boise wins another home game by 30+ points.

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Vancouver Canucks at Buffalo Sabres
Prediction: Buffalo Sabres

Both teams off to good starts on the year. Canucks 3-1 while the Sabres 3-0. However the Sabres catching a break with the Canucks on back to back night's. Home team is 7-1-1 last 9 meetimgs. Look for Buffalo to cash in on a tired Vancouver team. Play on Buffalo -.

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Hawaii (3-3, 2-3 ATS) at (15) Boise State (5-0, 3-1 ATS)

Boise State will try to remain undefeated and avenge a heartbreaking loss from a year ago when the Broncos host Hawaii in a Western Athletic Conference matchup on the Smurf Turf at Bronco Stadium.

The Broncos, long known for their powerful offense, have relied on their defense this season as they rank seventh in the nation in points allowed (11.2 per game), limiting the opposition to seven points or less in four of their five games. On Saturday, Boise State went to Southern Mississippi and scored a 24-7 non-conference win as 10-point favorites, getting three touchdown passes from QB Kellen Moore, all in the second quarter. Moore has completed 71.3 percent of his throws for 1,339 yards, 10 TDs and three INTs.

Hawaii has won two straight, including a 24-14 home win Saturday over Louisiana Tech as a 7½-point favorite, forcing four turnovers and getting 224 passing yards and two TDs from QB Inoke Funaki. The last time the Warriors left the islands, they stunned then 22nd-ranked Fresno State 32-29 in overtime as a 21-point underdog, forcing six turnovers in beating a ranked opponent on the road for the first time ever.

These schools were both undefeated when they hooked up in Hawaii on Nov. 23, and the Warriors prevailed 39-27 as a 2½-point home chalk, outgaining Boise State 574-323. That result snapped a six-game Boise State winning streak in this series (4-2 ATS). In addition, the Broncos had scored at least 41 points in five straight games against Hawaii prior to last season.

The Warriors are in ATS slumps of 2-5 overall, 1-5 on the highway, 2-6 on Fridays and 8-19 against teams with a winning record, but they are 5-2-1 in their last eight October contests. The Broncos are on positive ATS runs of 7-3 overall, 5-1 in WAC contests, 8-2 on Fridays, 38-16-1 on the Smurf Turf and 39-19 following a spread-cover.

Hawaii is getting outscored by an average of nine points per game this season (30-21) and outgained by an average of 38 yards per contest (370-332). On the flip side, Boise’s stout defense is supported by an offense that nets 33.6 points and 432.2 total yards per game.

Hawaii is on over runs of 21-8-1 following a spread-cover and 19-7-1 in October, but the under is 9-2 in its last 11 overall and 6-1 in its last seven WAC contests. For Boise, the under is 7-3 in its last 10 overall, 5-1 in its last six conference games and 5-1 in its last six after a spread-cover.

Finally, the over is 4-2 in this rivalry dating back to 2002 (2-1 at Boise State).

ATS ADVANTAGE: UNDER

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DUNKEL

Toronto at NY Rangers
The Rangers look to shake off their first loss of the season, but face a Toronto team that beat Detroit on the road to start the season and is 3-1-0 in New York over the last three seasons.  The Leafs are the underdog pick (+185) according to Dunkel, which has Toronto favored straight up by 1.Dunkel Pick: Toronto (+185). 

Game 1-2: Toronto at NY Rangers
Dunkel Ratings: Toronto 11.347; NY Rangers 10.494
Dunkel Line & Total: Toronto by 1; 5
Vegas Line & Total: NY Rangers (-215); 5 1/2
Dunkel Pick: Toronto (+185); Under

Game 3-4: Nashville at Columbus
Dunkel Ratings: Nashville 11.988; Columbus 10.971
Dunkel Line & Total: Nashville by 1; 4 1/2
Vegas Line & Total: Columbus (-125); 5
Dunkel Pick: Nashville (+105); Under

Game 5-6: Phoenix at Ottawa
Dunkel Ratings: Phoenix 11.045; Ottawa 12.438
Dunkel Line & Total: Ottawa by 1 1/2; 6 1/2
Vegas Line & Total: No Line
Dunkel Pick: N/A

Game 7-8: Vancouver at Buffalo
Dunkel Ratings: Vancouver 11.760; Buffalo 13.441
Dunkel Line & Total: Buffalo by 1 1/2; 5
Vegas Line & Total: Buffalo (-155); 5 1/2
Dunkel Pick: Buffalo (-155); Under

Game 9-10: Edmonton at Calgary
Dunkel Ratings: Edmonton 12.302; Calgary 10.956
Dunkel Line & Total: Edmonton by 1 1/2; 5
Vegas Line & Total: Calgary (-140); 5 1/2
Dunkel Pick: Edmonton (+120); Under

Game 11-12: San Jose at Anaheim
Dunkel Ratings: San Jose 11.250; Anaheim 11.475
Dunkel Line & Total: Anaheim by 1/2; 4
Vegas Line & Total: Anaheim (-110); 5
Dunkel Pick: Anaheim (-110); Under

Game 13-14: Carolina at Los Angeles
Dunkel Ratings: Carolina 11.305; Los Angeles 12.426
Dunkel Line & Total: Los Angeles by 1; 5
Vegas Line & Total: Carolina (-120); 5 1/2
Dunkel Pick: Los Angeles (+100); Under


NCAAF

Game 305-306: Hawaii at Boise State
Dunkel Ratings: Hawaii 84.292; Boise State 105.580
Dunkel Line: Boise State by 21; 47
Vegas Line: Boise State by 24 1/2; 52
Dunkel Pick: Hawaii (+24 1/2); Under

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Game: Carolina Hurricanes at Los Angeles Kings
Prediction: Carolina Hurricanes

Carolina is 17-5 is their last 22 games vs. losing teams and they are 4-1 with 3 or more days rest. The Hurricanes are 6-2 their last 8 Friday games. Los Angeles is 15-36 after scoring 5 or more goals in their last game and they are 14-43 off a win. The Kings are 14-38 vs. a team with a win percentage of over 60% and they are 7-17 on Friday. PLAY ON CAROLINA -

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HAWAII / BOISE ST. OVER 52

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Hawaii Warriors at Boise State Broncos

The Warriors beat ranked team Fresno State as a 21-point underdog on the road last weekend, but the Bulldogs help out with six turnovers. Hawaii will have a tough task tonight against 15th-ranked Boise State in Idaho.

Look for the Broncos’ powerful defense to close down Quarterback Inoke Funaki and his crew. However, a 24.5 spread is doable for the spirited Warriors. They do play the Broncos tough. Go easy in a close battle against the spread.

Hawaii Warriors + 24.5

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Hawaii at Boise State

The Broncos are 29-0 in WAC home games and have won six of the last seven meetings versus the Warriors. Look for Boise State's defense to stifle Hawaii' offense.

Boise State Broncos -24½

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HAWAII vs. BOISE ST.

No. 15 Boise tries to remain undefeated as the defense has been the highlight and suprise of this season coming off yet another outstanding game on defense. The Broncos (5-0, 1-0) were beaten out by Hawaii for the WAC crown in their final regular-season game last year losing 39-27 on Nov. 23 and that was against quarterback Colt Brennan and a Hawaii offense that averaged 43.3 points per game in 2007. Now Brennan has moved on to the NFL, Hawaii is 3-3 overall and the Broncos have been shutting down opposing offenses this season. Boise State ranks seventh in the nation in scoring defense allowing an average of 11.2 points per game. The Broncos have given up seven points or fewer in four of their five games. For the Broncos, their redshirt freshman quaterback has completed 71.5 percent of his passes for 1,335 yards and 10 touchdowns with only three interceptions.The Warriors also have a first-year starter at quarterback in Inoke Funaki who has helped them win two straight. The junior passed for two TDs and ran for 79 yards in a 25-17 victory over then-No. 22 Fresno State on Oct. 4 and threw two more TDs in a 26-14 victory over Louisiana Tech on Saturday night. The Broncons will have a tough time with Warriors quraterback Funaki who is hard to stop. Funaki threw for a career-high 224 yards against Louisiana Tech and also picked up his first career rushing touchdown. He is a young quarterback but he's got something special and is just putting the ball on the money now. His talent and the team picking up confidence in the last two games should keep Hawaii within the number.TAKE HAWAII+24

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2 Units - Hawaii/Boise St. Over 52

2 Units - Hurricanes/Kings Under 5.5

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Hawaii/Boise State Under 52.5

Hawaii beat this team 39-27 last year at home. You remember that game? That was in Hawaii and it was for the Conference Championship. Heck, I am a huge dog bettor but this is exactly why I am staying away from this game. After all, let me ask you a question. You want to lay 24 points to a Hawaii team that just won outright at Fresno State in overtime as 3 touchdown dogs? Or against a Hawaii team that covered against a Louisiana Tech taem and seems to be getting things figured out? Or, do you want to bet against Boise State who is fired up from last year's conference loss and plays this Hawaii team on their blue turf? If anything, I think Boise will take an early lead and I expect Hawaii to come back in the second half as they are still a young team and will look to get settled in by the second half. Boise State has covered their last 3 including winning at Southern Miss and covering a tough spread in which I think Vegas expected Boise State to win but hit the cover. Yet, the Broncos managed to cover that ballgame. Something interesting you can note is that Hawaii has covered the last 3 times these 2 teams have played and Boise State has covered the last 5 times before that. The public is on the over to a tune of 75% while just 25% is on the under. So, if you are looking to fade the pubilc here, the under would be a smart play. In fact, that will be my comp play today. As remember, in a conference game, defense is much more likely to take precedence. Of course, having said that, if you think Hawaii is going to be a strong play, you would lean over. But, given that Boise State has revenge and it's a conference game, I think this game shadows their strengths. Thus, my comp pick here is on the under. The under is 5-1 for Hawaii in Conference games and the under is 6-1 for Boise State in conference games which feeds my point about conference games typically going under.

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