Monday Service Plays

Monday Service Plays

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Cleveland (3-6, 5-4 ATS) at Buffalo (5-4, 4-5 ATS)

Two teams in desperate need of a victory square off tonight at Ralph Wilson Stadium when the Browns make the trek to Buffalo for a prime-time matchup.

Cleveland has dropped two straight (0-2 ATS) and three of four (2-2 ATS). The Browns have blown fourth-quarter leads the last two weeks, falling to Baltimore 37-27 as one-point home favorites on Nov. 2 and then losing 34-30 to Denver on Nov. 6 as a three-point home chalk, with the defensive giving up 564 total yards including 441 passing yards, including three fourth-quarter touchdown passes.

Brady Quinn made his debut as the Browns’ starting QB against the Broncos and was an impressive 23-of-25 passing for 239 yards and two TDs with no INTs.

Since opening the season with four straight wins, the Bills have dropped four of five SU and ATS including the last three in a row, all to AFC East foes. Last week in New England, Buffalo mustered just 168 total yards and fell 20-10 as a 3½-point ‘dog, and in their most recent home game, the Bills fell 26-17 to the Jets as five-point favorites. Buffalo has turned the ball over nine times and QB Trent Edwards has been sacked nine times during its current three-game slide.

Last year when these two squared off in Cleveland, the Browns got an 8-0 win as four-point favorites as the Bills managed just 232 yards of offense in blizzard-like conditions. Cleveland RB Jamal Lewis did the bulk of the damage, running for 163 yards on 33 carries.

Cleveland is on several positive ATS streaks, including 17-7 overall, 7-3 on the road, 12-5 against teams from the AFC, 13-3 against teams with a winning record and 9-3 following a non-cover. Buffalo is in pointspread ruts of 1-4 overall and 0-4 in November games, but they are on positive ATS streaks of 12-5 at home, 39-19-3 against teams with a losing record and 13-3 at home against teams with a losing road record.

Cleveland is 14-12 SU (15-11 ATS) in its last 26 Monday games while Buffalo is 17-21 SU (18-18-2 ATS) under the Monday night lights.

For the Browns, the over is 5-1 in their last six November games, but otherwise the team is on under streaks of 11-4 overall, 7-3 against AFC teams, 5-1 following a non-cover and 6-1 on the road. For the Bills, the under is on runs of 5-1-1 against AFC teams, 11-4 against teams with a losing record and 35-16-1 following a straight-up loss, but the over is on runs of 6-1-1 at home and 4-0 on Mondays.

Finally, the over is 9-2 in Monday night matchups this season.

ATS ADVANTAGE: NONE


COLLEGE BASKETBALL

Massachusetts (1-1, 0-1 ATS) at (13) Memphis (1-0 SU and ATS)

John Calipari and his Tigers host the coach’s former school when the Minutemen visit Memphis in a non-conference matchup.

Calipari coached in Massachusetts from 1988-1996 and led the school to five straight Atlantic 10 titles and NCAA Tournaments, including a Final Four appearance in 1996. Now in his eighth campaign in Memphis, Calipari has led the Tigers to the Big Dance in five of the last six years, including making it to the national title game last year before losing to Kansas 75-68 in overtime.

Memphis (38-2, 18-18-2 ATS in 2007-08) lost its two leading scorers in Chris Douglas-Roberts and Derrick Rose to the NBA, but is still favored to win Conference USA. The Tigers opened Saturday with a 90-63 blowout win over Fairfield in the first round of the Puerto Rico Tip-off Tournament, cashing as 21-point favorites. Four of Memphis’ five starters scored in double digits, with Shawn Taggart leading the way with 14 points and 12 rebounds.

The Tigers opened last season with a 26-game winning streak (13-11-2 ATS) before losing at home to Tennessee, then the Tigers won 12 more in a row (5-7 ATS) before the loss in the national title game. Memphis went 18-1 at the FedEx Forum last year, but just 10-8-1 ATS.

UMass (25-11, 17-15-1 ATS last year) reached the NIT championship game at Madison Square Garden in April, falling to Ohio State 92-85 in the title tilt as three-point pups. The Minutemen rattled off four wins to get the final, going 3-1 ATS in the process, and they finished 11-8 on the highway (11-7 ATS).

First-year Minutemen coach Derek Kellogg played for Calipari at UMass and was his assistant at Memphis the last eight seasons. Kellogg easily won his debut Tuesday, pounding Arkansas-Monticello 90-71 in an un-lined contest, but fell Wednesday 80-73 at Southern Illinois, blowing a nine-point halftime lead and failing as five-point underdogs.

UMass is just 1-6 ATS in its last seven Monday games, while the Tigers are just 1-8 ATS in their last nine on Mondays and 2-7 ATS in their last nine after a spread-cover. However, Memphis is 4-1 ATS in its last five overall and 4-1 ATS in its last five non-conference games.

For the Minutemen, the over is 20-9-1 in their last 30 non-conference games and 12-5 in their last 17 after a non-cover. For Memphis, the over is on runs of 6-1 overall, 5-1 at home, 4-1 against teams from the Atlantic 10 and 6-1 in non-conference games.

ATS ADVANTAGE: OVER


NBA

Phoenix (8-3, 6-5 ATS) at Utah (6-4, 4-6 ATS)

The Jazz return to the friendly surroundings of EnergySolutions Arena in Salt Lake City when they host the Suns in a Western Conference matchup.

Utah is coming off a five-game East Coast road swing that saw the Jazz go just 1-4 SU and ATS, including Saturday’s 105-93 loss in Cleveland as 10½-point favorites. Not only has Utah lost three in a row, it is just 1-5 ATS in its last six. At home, though, the Jazz are a perfect 4-0 (2-2 ATS), averaging 10 more points per game (101.5-91.5) and shooting 49.5 percent from the field as opposed to 43.4 percent for their visitors.

Phoenix is coming off last night’s 104-86 win over the Pistons, easily cashing as a two-point home favorite. The Suns are on a 4-1 SU roll, but are just 2-4 ATS in their last six, with last night’s spread-cover snapping a three-game ATS slump. Phoenix has been doing it with defense lately, allowing just one opponent to top the 100-point mark in its last five games.

Utah won two of the three meetings with Phoenix last season (3-0 ATS), and the Jazz are 6-2 SU and ATS in the last eight with the Suns. In the only battle in Salt Lake City last season, the Jazz crushed the Suns 108-86 as 7½-point favorites, but otherwise the road team is 6-1 ATS in the last seven meetings.

Phoenix is just 1-4 ATS in its last five games against Western Conference squads and 2-4-1 ATS in its last six against teams with a winning record. Utah is on positive ATS streaks of 41-18-2 at home, 13-3 on Mondays and 4-1 against Pacific Division foes, but the Jazz are just 3-8-1 ATS in their last 12 against teams with a winning record.

The over is on streaks of 4-1 when the Suns play the second night of a back-to-back and 6-0 when they play on Mondays. For Utah, the over is on runs of 24-10 against Pacific Division teams, 5-2 at home against teams with a winning road record and 5-1 when they return home after a road trip of seven or more days.

ATS ADVANTAGE: UTAH and OVER

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BUFFALO –5 Cleveland 42

Browns lost a close game at home to Denver last week but their defense was dominated by Denver. They allowed Denver to gain 4.4ypr, 10.3 yps and 7.9yps. The Browns did gain 5.5ypr, 6.8yps and 6.2yppl against a bad Denver defense but those numbers are about average when you consider how bad Denver’s defense is. Buffalo lost at New England and were never really in the game. They were out gained 4.7yppl to 3.9yppl, including getting out passed 6.5yps against 4.3yps. Cleveland averages 4.9yppl against 4.9yppl and allows 4.7ypr against 4.2ypr, 7.2yps against 6.0yps and 5.9yppl against 5.2yppl. Buffalo averages just 3.6ypr against 4.1ypr and 5.3yppl against 5.5yppl. They allow just 3.7ypr against 4.1ypr and 5.1yppl against 5.2yppl. Buffalo qualifies in my turnover table, which is 390-249-18. Cleveland qualifies in a contrary situation, which is 133-87-5. Numbers favor Buffalo by six points and predict about 40 points. I was a little surprised to see such a low predicted score. This would seem like a good opportunity for Buffalo to get their offense going. If they can’t get it going here it will be a bad sign for the rest of the season for the Bills. BUFFALO 23 CLEVELAND 17

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Buffalo -4 1/2 (5 units)

NBA
Spurs +1 1/2 (5 units)

CBB
Pitt -13 1/2 (5 units)
Oklahoma St -10 1/2 (5 units)
Fresno St +22 (5 units)
Boise St +12 1/2 (5 units)
Missouri -14 (5 units)

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THE GOLD SHEET

*Cleveland 24 - BUFFALO 20—Cleveland has blown big leads at home in
recent weeks, but Browns have covered their last 3 away. Brady Quinn (66%, 2 TDs) appeared quite ready to the lead attack in his first start vs. Denver. Meanwhile, worst-case scenario materializing for fading Buffalo, with defensive injuries mounting, running game bottled up, and 2nd-year QB Trent Edwards (2 picks last week at N.E.) unable to hit big gainers. CABLE TV—ESPN (07-CLEVE. 8-Buf. 0...C.16-11 C.37/174 B.32/108 C.9/24/0/130 B.13/33/0/124 C.0 B.0) (07-CLEVELAND -5' 8-0...SR: Cleveland 9-5)


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CLEVELAND at BUFFALO (Monday, November 17)...Romeo has covered his last 3 as visitor TY. Bills no covers 4 of last 5 TY. Tech edge-Browns, based on recent trends

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BUFFALO (-4½) Cleveland (42)
The Bills have dropped three in a row and are in serious danger of falling out of contention. Fortunately three losing teams are up next on the schedule. QB Edwards has had two poor games in a row but the running game might get going again versus a suspect Cleveland defense. Cleveland QB Quinn played fairly well in his debut but for the second straight week the Browns blew a sizable late-game lead. The Bills have won three of four games at home this season and the one loss featured some bizarre plays in a game they dominated early. Look for the Bills to bounce back as the adjusted Browns offense might struggle away from home for the first time. It is do or die time for the Bills as there is no margin for error. BILLS BY 10

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BUFFALO 20 - Cleveland 17 - (8:35) -- These 2 aren't exactly perking, with the Browns on a 2-game slide (35.5 ppg "D"), while the Bills have dropped 3 straight (14 ppg "O"). Quinn's debut was a success for Cleveland, as he was 23-of-35 for 239 yds & 2 TDs (no picks), altho the Brownies went down late to Denver. Buffalo has managed just 45 RYpg the past 2 wks, with Edwards ranked just 22nd in the NFL, with a 7/7 TD/INT ratio. Buffalo is 14-2 ATS off the Pats, & 11-1 ATS as a non-division HF, but Cleveland is 17-3 ATS off allowing >26 pts. Call this one tite.

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NORTHCOAST SPORTS POWER SWEEP

Cleveland at BUFFALO - Brady Quinn became the 11th starting QB for CLE in the 10 years since their return. While he had 239 yds (66%) with a 2-0 ratio he only had 3 passes of 10 or more yds. For the 2nd week in a row CLE’s #27 defense let a big lead slip away for the loss. BUF was riding high with a 5-1 record after beating SD but has lost 3 straight div games. Quinn gets another favorable matchup as BUF’s defense which will likely be without 3 starters & the team has extra rest. BUF gave DAL a huge scare in their 1st MNF game in 13 years LY on MNF and are desperate after 3 straight division losses

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CLEVELAND at BUFFALO
Motivation is one of the most under-scrutinized factors in handicapping sports. It seems we all like to look for teams that have plenty to play for,but we don’t put enough into which teams’ seasons may have already been rendered over. Well, Cleveland’s 2008 campaign has essentially been flushed down the toilet. After making a run at the playoffs a year ago,this franchise is once again in disarray and it came to a head in the late loss last Thursday night vs. Denver. Meanwhile, Buffalo is struggling a bit but still finds itself in the playoff hunt. The Bills also have the motivation of playing in front of the home folks on a Monday night. They have a history of taking care of bad teams too: Jauron is 11-2 ATS (+8.8 Units) when playing against a team with a losing record as the coach of BUFFALO.The average score was BUFFALO 21.0, OPPONENT 14.5 - (Rating = 2*). The Browns qualify as a bad team, one not worthy of your betting dollar.Play: Buffalo -4.5

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PHOENIX SUNS / UTAH JAZZ
Take Under

Phoenix just went 2 straight games under the total last week. They are not the all out run and gun team of the last few years, with veterans like Shaq and Grant Hill, playing a slower tempo at times. Utah is on a 1-4 SU/ATS run because of injuries. In the loss to Cleveland, 105-93, shorthanded again, the Jazz played without Deron Williams (ankle), Andrei Kirilenko (finger), Matt Harpring (ankle) and Memo Okur, who remains in Turkey with his critically ill father. They come home from a 5-game road trip and offense hasn't hit 100 in 5 straight. All of which makes this total too high; Play the Suns/Jazz under the total.

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Cleveland Browns at Buffalo Bills

The Browns come into this game after losing a barn-burner to the Denver Broncos last Thursday 34-30 while the Bills were beat by the New England Patriots 20-10. Neither of these teams is playing well right now and even though the Browns are, pretty much, out of the playoff picture the Bills can still make the post season with a strong finish. The Browns are led by new starting QB Brady Quinn (239 yds 2 TD) and his main targets are Braylon Edwards (27 rec 472 yds 3 TD) and Kellen Winslow (36 rec 362 yds 3 TD). The Browns rushing attack is led by Jamaal Lewis (573 yds 4 TD). The Bills are led by QB Trent Edwards (1845 yds 7 TD 7 INT) and his main target is Lee Evans (37 rec 700 yds 3 TD), but his 2nd WR Josh Reed is out with an ankle injury. The Bills rushing attack is led by Marshawn Lynch (512 yds 6 TD).

Staff Pick: Even though Brady Quinn is getting all the press for the Browns lately the key to this game may be the Browns defense. Their D is ranked 25th in the league and they are especially weak in stopping the run. Bills RB Lynch has not had the best season, but he will get a lot of carries tonight and if he has a good game the Bills will be sitting pretty. The Bills D is ranked 13th in the league and they are strong defending the pass. They will go after Quinn early and often, so this will be a big test for the new starter. For the Browns to win this game their D has to play well and Jamaal Lewis has to pick up some yards, so the Bills D does not only focus on Quinn. Quinn had a good game last week against Denver, but the Broncos D is terrible and the Bills D is legit. The Bills have to win this game to get back in the playoff picture, but they have not beat one team with a winning record this season and they have lost 3 of their last 4 of their last 5 games including 3 straight to AFC East opponents. Still, Buffalo’s D will carry them to victory tonight against a disappointing Browns team.

Bills 24 Browns 21

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Rockets @ Thunder
Play: Thunder +8'

The Tlunder can't play a lick, but they're catching a bundle at home tonight from Houston. The Rockets are in a big game sandwich and already handled this team easily earlier, so it's a spot where they figure to be at less than 100% focus. Those are scenarios where I like home dogs to hang in, so I'll play Ok City here.

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Boston Bruins at Toronto Maple Leafs
Prediction: Over

Boston is averaging 3.00 GPG and will find the net tonight vs. a Leafs team that is allowing an average of 3.39 GPG. The over is 7-2-1 in Boston's last 10 games vs. Northeast opponents. Boston has played over the total in their last 4 vs. a team with a losing record. Toronto has played over the total in their last 9 straight. The over is a profitable 10-3-1 in the Leafs last 14 home games. In their last 6 vs. Eastern Conference team's the over is 6-0. The last 6 meetings between the clubs have gone over the total. Play the over.

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San Antonio Spurs vs. Los Angeles Clippers
Play:Los Angeles Clippers -2
     
At 10:35 pm, our complimentary selection is on the Los Angeles Clippers minus the points over San Antonio. Last night, the Spurs went into Arco Arena and upset Sacramento 90-88. Can Tim Duncan & Co. make it two straight road wins (and three in a row, overall)? According to my database, it's a longshot, as the Spurs are 21-42 their last 63 when playing without rest, including 8-27 ATS vs. a foe off a straight-up loss, and then 0-11 ATS their last 11 if that foe (off a loss) is also rested. Take the Clippers.

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Fordham vs. Villanova    
Play:Villanova -21     

Fordham lost their opening game with a 65-62 home loss to Colorado as they head South to take on a Philadelphia rival number 25 Villanova. Villanova won their opening game at home over Albany 78-60 with a big first half and not looking back. Look for Villanova to come out again with a big first half to coast to the win. Play Villanova

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Cleveland Browns vs. Buffalo Bills    
Play:Under 41

I do not like this game as both teams have been inconsistant and on losing streaks. Buffalo is at home but are on the negative 6 end of TO where Browns are actuall on the positive 4 end. The BIG STAT is that both teams rank in the bottom tier when it comes to scoring TD's in the RED Zone. Both teams have been in the RZ more than 26 times but score TD's on 46% occasions. After 9 games that is an average of just 1+ TD per game. Look for Cold rainy weather and an inept TD ratio in RZ to make this like a 20-17 game. Take the UNDER 41

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Browns/Bills Under

The line is dropping along with the weather forecast as it looks like a cold night in Buffalo. That means you should get your bet on IMMEDIATELY and hope for snow. The current points total is 41 points, and that sets up as decent betting value.

Back to the total points play: the Bills have a poor offense of late. In their last 3 games they're averaging only 14 points per game but their defense is very tough, especially at home. The Under has been a good bet of late when this Bills team plays. The Browns have had a porous defense, but the reports from Cleveland are positive that this team is ready to play hard on defense under the national spotlight.

This is a trap line for Over players. It is much lower than it should be, so don't try to outsmart the oddsmakers and take the UNDER here.

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NBA

Houston at Oklahoma City
The Rockets are just 2-5 ATS as a favorite and face a Thunder team that is 3-0 after scoring 85 points or less in the previous game (85 vs. Sixers).  Oklahoma City is the underdog pick (+8 1/2) according to Dunkel, which has the Rockets favored by only 6.  Dunkel Pick: Oklahoma City (+8 1/2).   

Game 501-502: Houston at Oklahoma City
Dunkel Ratings: Houston 118.446; Oklahoma City 112.310
Dunkel Line & Total: Houston by 6; 176
Vegas Line & Total: Houston by 8 1/2; 182
Dunkel Pick: Oklahoma City (+8 1/2); Under

Game 503-504: Phoenix at Utah
Dunkel Ratings: Phoenix 120.200; Utah 123.691
Dunkel Line & Total: Utah by 3 1/2; 193
Vegas Line & Total: No Line
Dunkel Pick: N/A

Game 505-506: San Antonio at LA Clippers
Dunkel Ratings: San Antonio 116.274; LA Clippers 111.712
Dunkel Line & Total: San Antonio by 4 1/2; 184
Vegas Line & Total: LA Clippers by 1 1/2; 177
Dunkel Pick: San Antonio (+1 1/2); Over


NCAAB

Massachusetts at Memphis
The Tigers opened with a big win over Fairfield (90-63) and look to keep it going tonight against a UMass team that is 1-5 ATS versus Conference USA opponents since 1997.  Memphis is the pick (-15) according to Dunkel, which has the Tigers favored by 19 1/2.  Dunkel Pick: Memphis (-15).   

Game 507-508: Fordham at Villanova
Dunkel Ratings: Fordham 51.195; Villanova 74.604
Dunkel Line: Villanova by 23 1/2
Vegas Line: Villanova by 21
Dunkel Pick: Villanova (-21)

Game 509-510: Brown at George Mason
Dunkel Ratings: Brown 50.289; George Mason 64.672
Dunkel Line: George Mason by 14 1/2
Vegas Line: George Mason by 12 1/2
Dunkel Pick: George Mason (-12 1/2)

Game 511-512: Troy at NC Wilmington
Dunkel Ratings: Troy 46.030; NC Wilmington 59.596
Dunkel Line: NC Wilmington by 13 1/2
Vegas Line: NC Wilmington by 10
Dunkel Pick: NC Wilmington (-10)

Game 513-514: Toledo at Xavier
Dunkel Ratings: Toledo 50.374; Xavier 73.791
Dunkel Line: Xavier by 23 1/2
Vegas Line: Xavier by 20
Dunkel Pick: Xavier (-20)

Game 515-516: Miami (OH) at Pittsburgh
Dunkel Ratings: Miami (OH) 60.133; Pittsburgh 75.677
Dunkel Line: Pittsburgh by 15 1/2
Vegas Line: Pittsburgh by 13
Dunkel Pick: Pittsburgh (-13)

Game 517-518: Missouri State at Central Michigan
Dunkel Ratings: Missouri State 54.127; Central Michigan 50.433
Dunkel Line: Missouri State by 4
Vegas Line: Missouri State by 1
Dunkel Pick: Missouri State (-1)

Game 519-520: UL-Monroe at Mississippi State
Dunkel Ratings: UL-Monroe 48.319; Mississippi State 64.330
Dunkel Line: Mississippi State by 16
Vegas Line: Mississippi State by 18
Dunkel Pick: UL-Monroe (+18)

Game 521-522: North Texas at Oklahoma State
Dunkel Ratings: North Texas 54.490; Oklahoma State 69.430
Dunkel Line: Oklahoma State by 15
Vegas Line: Oklahoma State by 11
Dunkel Pick: Oklahoma State (-11)

Game 523-524: Utah State at UC Santa Barbara
Dunkel Ratings: Utah State 54.673; UC Santa Barbara 61.553
Dunkel Line: UC Santa Barbara by 7
Vegas Line: UC Santa Barbara by 4
Dunkel Pick: UC Santa Barbara (-4)

Game 525-526: Massachusetts at Memphis
Dunkel Ratings: Massachusetts 64.769; Memphis 84.316
Dunkel Line: Memphis by 19 1/2
Vegas Line: Memphis by 15
Dunkel Pick: Memphis (-15)

Game 527-528: Fresno State at St. Mary's (CA)
Dunkel Ratings: Fresno State 50.008; St. Mary's (CA) 67.551
Dunkel Line: St. Mary's (CA) by 17 1/2
Vegas Line: St. Mary's (CA) by 21 1/2
Dunkel Pick: Fresno State (+21 1/2)

Game 529-530: Loyola-MD at Boston College
Dunkel Ratings: Loyola-MD 52.042; Boston College 62.509
Dunkel Line: Boston College by 10 1/2
Vegas Line: Boston College by 14
Dunkel Pick: Loyola-MD (+14)

Game 531-532: Cornell vs. St. John's
Dunkel Ratings: Cornell 57.039; St. John's 57.874
Dunkel Line: St. John's by 1
Vegas Line: St. John's by 4
Dunkel Pick: Cornell (+4)

Game 533-534: Eastern Michigan at Purdue
Dunkel Ratings: Eastern Michigan 52.255; Purdue 76.329
Dunkel Line: Purdue by 24
Vegas Line: Purdue by 20 1/2
Dunkel Pick: Purdue (-20 1/2)

Game 535-536: Loyola-Chicago vs. Georgia
Dunkel Ratings: Loyola-Chicago 55.433; Georgia 59.562
Dunkel Line: Georgia by 4
Vegas Line: Georgia by 7
Dunkel Pick: Loyola-Chicago (+7)

Game 537-538: James Madison vs. Davidson
Dunkel Ratings: James Madison 50.285; Davidson 72.336
Dunkel Line: Davidson by 22
Vegas Line: Davidson by 16 1/2
Dunkel Pick: Davidson (-16 1/2)

Game 539-540: Mississippi Valley State at Oklahoma
Dunkel Ratings: Mississippi Valley State 38.776; Oklahoma 72.686
Dunkel Line: Oklahoma by 34
Vegas Line: Oklahoma by 30 1/2
Dunkel Pick: Oklahoma (-30 1/2)

Game 541-542: Santa Clara vs. UAB
Dunkel Ratings: Santa Clara 55.549; UAB 61.900
Dunkel Line: UAB by 6 1/2
Vegas Line: UAB by 10
Dunkel Pick: Santa Clara (+10)

Game 543-544: Florida Atlantic at Arizona
Dunkel Ratings: Florida Atlantic 50.023; Arizona 72.440
Dunkel Line: Arizona by 22 1/2
Vegas Line: Arizona by 18
Dunkel Pick: Arizona (-18)

Game 545-546: Boise State at Siena
Dunkel Ratings: Boise State 56.975; Siena 66.619
Dunkel Line: Siena by 9 1/2
Vegas Line: Siena by 12 1/2
Dunkel Pick: Boise State (+12 1/2)

Game 547-548: St. Bonaventure at Marist
Dunkel Ratings: St. Bonaventure 55.871; Marist 57.216
Dunkel Line: Marist by 1 1/2
Vegas Line: Marist by 5
Dunkel Pick: St. Bonaventure (+5)

Game 549-550: TN-Chattanooga at Missouri
Dunkel Ratings: TN-Chattanooga 48.838; Missouri 67.421
Dunkel Line: Missouri by 18 1/2
Vegas Line: Missouri by 14
Dunkel Pick: Missouri (-14)


NHL

San Jose at Nashville
Nashville returns home after completing a six-game road trip and looks to build on its 4-0 record after playing 3 consecutive road games.  The Predators are the underdog pick (+125) according to Dunkel, which has Nashville favored straight up by 1 1/2.  Dunkel Pick: Nashville (+125).   

Game 1-2: Vancouver at NY Islanders
Dunkel Ratings: Vancouver 12.189; NY Islanders 11.070
Dunkel Line & Total: Vancouver by 1; 6
Vegas Line & Total: Vancouver (-145); 5
Dunkel Pick: Vancouver (-145); Over

Game 3-4: Ottawa at NY Rangers
Dunkel Ratings: Ottawa 11.254; NY Rangers 10.953
Dunkel Line & Total: Ottawa by 1/2; 4
Vegas Line & Total: NY Rangers (-160); 5
Dunkel Pick: Ottawa (+140); Under

Game 5-6: Boston at Toronto
Dunkel Ratings: Boston 12.690; Toronto 11.743
Dunkel Line & Total: Boston by 1; 6
Vegas Line & Total: Boston (-130); 5 1/2
Dunkel Pick: Boston (-130); Over

Game 7-8: Edmonton at Detroit
Dunkel Ratings: Edmonton 10.603; Detroit 12.870
Dunkel Line & Total: Detroit by 2; 6 1/2
Vegas Line & Total: Detroit (-210); 5 1/2
Dunkel Pick: Detroit (-210); Over

Game 9-10: San Jose at Nashville
Dunkel Ratings: San Jose 11.042; Nashville 12.486
Dunkel Line & Total: Nashville by 1 1/2; 6 1/2
Vegas Line & Total: San Jose (-145); 5 1/2
Dunkel Pick: Nashville (+125); Over


NFL

Game 429-430: Cleveland at Buffalo
Dunkel Ratings: Cleveland 129.613; Buffalo 130.945
Dunkel Line: Buffalo by 1 1/2; 47
Vegas Line: Buffalo by 5 1/2; 41 1/2
Dunkel Pick: Cleveland (+5 1/2); Over

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Boston at Toronto

Boston is 5-1 their last 6 games and they are 4-1 their last 5 games vs. Eastern Conference foes. The Bruins are 4-1 after scoring two or less goals in their last game and they are 9-4-1 their last 14 games vs. a team with a home winning percentage of under 40%. Toronto is 3-7 their last 10 home games and they are 3-11 vs. an opponent who scored two or less goals in their last game. The Maple Leafs are 1-4 their last 5 home games vs. the Bruins. PLAY ON BOSTON -

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Loyola Maryland at BOSTON COLLEGE -14 

Early in the year in college buckets, you are going to find schools overextending themselves in pre-conference action. Tonight happens to be another prime example, as Loyola Maryland is already playing their third game in four night.

Loyola was on court yesterday afternoon is a 73-70 nail-biter of a win over Tennessee State, and now they must travel to Chesnut Hill to face a Boston College team that opened this past Friday with a 15 point home court win over Central Connecticut State.

This may not be Al Skinner's best team at BC, but they do have Tyrese Rice back for his senior season, and playing the rugged ACC gives the Eagles the pedigree needed to blast Loyola Maryland in this spot.

Watch as Loyola hits the wall around the half way mark of the second half tonight.

Take the Eagles.

3♦ BOSTON COLLEGE

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Houston at OKLAHOMA CITY 

Tonight we have another total winner, but it comes out of the NBA.

Play the UNDER in the Rockets-Thunder matchup, as these teams have already played to an UNDER earlier this year, combining for just 166 total points in a game where the total was 191!

That makes 3 straight series UNDERS, and UNDERS in 5 of the last 6 series meetings.

Houston comes into this one having played UNDER the total in their last 3, and 4 of their last 5 games, while Oklahoma City has been on a bit of an OVER roll, topping the total in 4 straight, but 3 of 4 of those OVERS have come on the road.

At home, Oklahoma City has played LOW in 4 of their first 5 games.

Expect defense to be the cry of the fans from the stands, and expect this Houston-Oklahoma City game to hold LOW.

Play on the UNDER.

2♦ UNDER

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