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 734 HAWKS
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 736 GRIZZLIES
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4/24/2014 10:30 PM(et)
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 739 RAPTORS
 740 NETS
4/25/2014 7:00 PM(et)
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4/24/2014 7:10 PM(et)
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 921 ATHLETICS
 922 ASTROS
4/24/2014 8:10 PM(et)
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Paybacks, Streaks and Sandwiches

Philadelphia, PA (Sports Network) - Three angles that bettors love to follow are revenge games, winning streaks and sandwich scenarios, and all three will play a huge part in gambling circles this week.

The first of the three trends revolves around the Florida-Georgia hook-up in Jacksonville, also formerly known as the "World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party." The Bulldogs came into last year's game having dropped the previous two matchups, but benefited from a banged-up Tim Tebow to defeat the Gators, 42-30.

More importantly, prior to last season's game, Georgia head coach Mark Richt had instructed his entire team to rush the end zone after the club's first touchdown, and that's exactly what the Bulldogs did when Knowshon Moreno hit paydirt with six minutes remaining in the first quarter.

Many astute gamblers began circling November 1, 2008 on their calendars immediately following that contest, knowing full well the Gators will have something to say the next time they face Georgia.

The Gators were struggling at the time of the loss, having been defeated in two of their three previous games, with the only victory coming the week before at Kentucky. On the other hand, the Bulldogs did not play that week so they had extra time to prepare.

Fast forward to this year. Both clubs played last Saturday, with Florida continuing its mastery of the opposition with a 63-5 win over Kentucky. The 2006 National Champions have now outscored their opponents 152-33 in the three games since losing to Ole Miss.

Georgia had to go to Baton Rouge on October 25 and escaped with a 52-38 victory, with 14 of the Bulldogs' points coming directly off a pair of Jarrett Lee interceptions. The 'Dawgs vaunted run defense, ranked second in the conference, allowed 188 yards on just 41 carries, and the entire "D" gave up 497 total yards.

Revenge will be sweet for Urban Meyer's crew after the shenanigans that took place last year. And don't forget, Tim Tebow was less than 100% with a sore shoulder that afternoon and still threw for 236 yards.

Take Florida minus the points.

WINNING STREAKS

Florida State has reeled off four straight victories and is now ranked 16th in the most recent AP Poll. However, a more imposing streak is on the line when the Seminoles travel to Atlanta to take on Georgia Tech. Bobby Bowden's club has played the Yellow Jackets 12 times since 1992, and Florida State has won every single matchup.

What's interesting about this contest is the fact the public has yet to jump all over Florida State. In fact, most of the action has been on Georgia Tech, as the Jackets are favored after the game opened as a pick.

Paul Johnson's club has seen some of its early season luster fade to black of late, and when combined with the sudden surge from the Seminoles, it's quite shocking that Florida State is the underdog.

Not only did the Yellow Jackets lose to Virginia at home last week, they needed a fourth quarter comeback to get past a Clemson team that was in disarray two weeks back. And that's not even mentioning a three-point home victory over Gardner-Webb the week before that.

Take Florida State minus the points.

Another major winning streak is on the line in Fayetteville, Arkansas where the hometown Razorbacks host the high-flying Tulsa Golden Hurricane.

Todd Graham's club, one of eight undefeated teams in the country, has won nine consecutive games going back to last year's 63-7 romp of Bowling Green in the GMAC Bowl. Additionally, Tulsa has been favored in every game this year by double digits with just one failed cover, a six-point win at SMU three weeks ago.

This Saturday has the Golden Hurricane the betting choice by a full touchdown against a team from the SEC. Granted, the Razorbacks have had a miserable season at 3-5, but they have been much more competitive in recent weeks, knocking off Auburn and losing a pair of games to Kentucky and Ole Miss by a combined three points. Compare that to their three previous games, which saw them get outscored 139-31, and things are looking much brighter for Bobby Petrino and company.

Tulsa leads the nation in scoring and total offense, but piling up points against Conference USA opponents has not proved to be much of a challenge, particularly since nine of the other 11 league members are allowing four touchdowns or more per game. Nevertheless, it did seem to be quite a shock when UCF led 19-14 at halftime in last Sunday night's matchup.

The Golden Hurricane has looked very mediocre the last three games against suspect competition and the jump up in class, especially on the road, will be too much to handle.

Take Arkansas plus the points.

THE SANDWICH GAME OF THE YEAR

Alabama proved a lot of critics wrong last week with its 20-point stomping of Tennessee. It was the Crimson Tide's first road game since taking down Georgia in late September.

Two weeks from now, Nick Saban's crew will be playing its most important game of the season when the team travels to the coach's old stomping grounds of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Alabama has lost five straight to LSU, but a win next week will clinch the SEC West title and a date in the conference championship.

In between, the Crimson Tide hosts Arkansas State. Does anyone recall what transpired the last time an official member of the Sun Belt Conference trekked its way to Tuscaloosa? The UL-Monroe Warhawks not only covered the 24.5-point spread, they won the game outright, 21-14.

The Arkansas State Red Wolves are coming off a bye, which should have them well prepared for this matchup. Playing in Alabama should not give them too much trouble as they have fared well on the road already knocking off Texas A&M. In addition, they were leading UL Lafayette until the final minute in their last contest and came within eight points of shocking fourth-ranked Texas opening week last season.

Take Arkansas State plus the points.

LOOKING AHEAD

Half of this week's secondary selections are two teams - Illinois and UNLV - that square off against a pair of clubs that might have their minds elsewhere this Saturday.

Iowa has had a solid season, winning five of their first eight games, but there's a good chance they could be thinking too much about their November 8th home game vs. Penn State instead of this week's battle at Illinois. Don't forget, the Fighting Illini were shut down in Iowa City last year, scoring just six points, and would love to turn the tables on Iowa.

The TCU Horned Frogs have already failed in a look-ahead contest. Rewind the calendar back to October 11 when they prevailed by just six points as a 16.5- point favorite at Colorado State and you'll know what I mean. The main concern that day was how the Frogs would respond knowing a matchup with BYU was only five days away.

Fast-forward to this week, and TCU once again must play a road game just five days before taking on another top club in the Utah Utes. UNLV will be waiting with open arms. Not only did the Rebels give Brigham Young all it could handle last Saturday in Provo, they are getting two touchdowns at home from the Horned Frogs.

Two other secondary picks are Texas Tech and Michigan.

THE NEW TOP 10 AND THE UPDATED RECORD

Florida has overtaken both USC and Texas after destroying Kentucky, 63-5 to grab the number one slot in the new Jeff Frank Top 10. The Trojans are ranked second while the Longhorns are just off the pace in third, three points ahead of Oklahoma. Here are the new rankings:

1) Florida, 109; 2) USC, 108; 3) Texas, 107; 4) Oklahoma, 104; 5) Penn State, 103; 6-T) Texas Tech and Missouri, 100.5; 8) Oklahoma State, 100; 9) Georgia, 99.5; 10) Alabama, 98

The overall record now stands at 35-32 with a 16-11 mark in key plays (4-1 the last two weeks) and a 19-21 record in secondary selections (3-6 the last two weeks).

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