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 902 REDS
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 922 ASTROS
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 924 TWINS
4/16/2014 8:10 PM(et)
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 925 REDSOX
 926 WHITESOX
4/16/2014 8:10 PM(et)
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 927 ATHLETICS
 928 ANGELS
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 929 CUBS
 930 YANKEES
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Favorites Ruled Week Seven - What's in Store this Saturday?

Philadelphia, PA (Sports Network) - Last week was a huge one for favorite players as the betting choice came through with a 32-20-2 mark and a 61% winning percentage.

However, if a bettor had played the favorite in all games involving top-10 teams, he would have won just two of nine wagers (LSU was on a bye). The only clubs to cover were Miami-Florida and Cincinnati, while Texas pushed its game with Oklahoma.

A lot of focus early this week was placed on the top-ranked clubs and how most of them failed to strut their stuff, but the spotlight should have been on the rest of the favorites as they totaled an unbelievable 30-14-1 mark, good for a 68% winning percentage!

The dominating week began on Tuesday night when UL-Monroe covered as a slight choice over Arkansas State, a game the Warhawks lost their starting quarterback early in the second quarter.

The final contest of the week was also won by the favorite.

Arizona State, favored by 6.5-points over Washington pulled out a seven-point victory in a match up that should have gone into overtime.

Washington head coach Steve Sarkisian admittedly made a mistake calling for a pass play on third-and-one from the Huskies' own 19-yard line with less than 30 seconds remaining. The incomplete pass forced Washington to punt and gave the Sun Devils a chance to win in regulation. And that's exactly what they did when Danny Sullivan hit Chris McGaha on a 50-yard touchdown strike with five seconds left, covering the spread by one-half point!

BCS STANDINGS NOT A FACTOR

It was somewhat surprising to see almost all the top teams fail last week considering they were playing for more than just on-the-field victories. The first BCS rankings were released last Sunday so one would have expected the big-time clubs to put forth their best efforts.

That was not the case, especially with Ohio State and Virginia Tech, who lost outright to Purdue and Georgia Tech, respectively.

Perhaps even more stunning was how the top two teams - Florida and Alabama - responded to the pressure.

Both clubs were favored by large amounts (Florida -24 and Alabama -18) and neither squad ever held an ATS lead in the two games combined. The Gators barely squeaked past Arkansas by three, while the Crimson Tide held its largest lead (14 points) for less than six of the 60 minutes.

Will the downward spiral continue? The top six teams in this week's AP Poll all are favored by double-digits. A couple of them could cover, namely Boise State and Texas, but the majority will once again falter against the spread given the pressure to succeed.

AFTER SEVEN WEEKS

I went 5-6-1 last week for a seven-week total of 60-53-1, good for 53%. There were zero Five-Star plays once again, so the season total still stands at 2-4. The Three-Star selections are now 21-20-1 after a 1-1-1 week.

Meanwhile, two of the three Two-Star plays proved victorious, including the Mountain West Conference underdog play of the week, so that record improves to 22-12, while the One-Star picks went 2-4 for a 15-17 overall mark.

As a reminder, the Five-Star plays are when my Power Plays and Key Plays coincide. The Three-Star selections comprise the rest of my Power Plays: games where there's at least a five-point differential between my line and the actual line. The Two-Star picks are the remaining Key Plays and the One-Star plays are the secondary selections.

THREE-STAR SELECTIONS

There are four games to choose from this week, highlighted by Colorado (at Kansas State) and Western Michigan (vs. Buffalo). The other two are Illinois (at Purdue) and Florida Atlantic (at UL Louisiana). There are no Five-Star plays.

TWO-STAR PLAYS

Mississippi State welcomes Florida to Starkville, Mississippi for just the fourth time since 1990. The Bulldogs own a 3-0 mark both SU and ATS over the reigning national champions, including a 38-31 victory in the last meeting back in '04 as 23-point underdogs.

Florida comes into this contest off a pair of hard-fought games - the 10-point victory over LSU and then the three-point home win vs. Arkansas. Mississippi State may not be in the same class as the Tigers and Razorbacks but Dan Mullen's team almost defeated LSU at home a few weeks back.

Speaking of Mullen, the Bulldogs' head coach was Urban Meyer's offensive coordinator the last four years in Gainesville so it goes without saying that he has imparted all his knowledge of how Florida's offense operates to his players. In addition, the Gators have their annual matchup with Georgia next week so this one has all the makings of a very close contest.

Take Mississippi State plus the points.

Maryland comes to Durham, North Carolina to face a much-improved Duke team. The Blue Devils should win this game by over two touchdowns and they're only favored by four points!

Prior to their huge road win over North Carolina State, they held their own with Virginia Tech picking up 397 total yards while holding Ryan Williams to only 83 rushing yards on 3.5 yards per carry - 2.5 yards less than his season average.

Maryland's ground attack is in disarray with injuries to Da'Rel Scott and Gary Douglas and the passing game has been weak with Chris Turner throwing only nine touchdown passes in seven games while being sacked 22 times. The Terrapins have played only two road games this season and they're still 1-5 against FBS teams!

The Blue Devils are off a bye week, which might actually help them maintain their composure. The club could have come into this game extremely overconfident if this matchup were played immediately following the monster performance at NC State.

Take Duke minus the points.

Arkansas takes on Ole Miss in Oxford. The Razorbacks, 1-3 in SEC play, destroyed Auburn the week before their close call with Florida so don't think for a moment there'll have a letdown, especially against former coach, Houston Nutt.

The Rebels have looked horrible the entire season, but surprisingly, the line for this game has drifted more and more in their favor the last few days. Are they really worthy of being almost a touchdown favorite against one of the hottest teams in the country?

Ole Miss has yet to put back-to-back FBS wins on the board this season and it won't happen here.

Take Arkansas plus the points.

Three other Two-Star selections are Washington (vs. Oregon), Kansas (vs. Oklahoma) and Oregon State (at Southern Cal)

ONE-STAR PLAYS

Go with Tennessee (at Alabama), Texas A&M (at Texas Tech), Boston College (at Notre Dame), Clemson (at Miami-Florida), Iowa State (at Nebraska) and Bowling Green (vs. Central Michigan).

10/23/2009 1:22:46 PM