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 727 BOBCATS
 728 HEAT
4/23/2014 7:00 PM(et)
+10
-10
186 
+9½
-9½
187½ 
+10½
-10½
188 
+10
-10
186½ 
+9½
-9½
187½ 
+9½
-9½
188 
 729 MAVERICKS
 730 SPURS
4/23/2014 8:00 PM(et)
+8
-8
198 
+8
-8
201 
+8
-8
201 
+8
-8
199½ 
+8
-8
201 
+7½
-7½
202 
 731 BLAZERS
 732 ROCKETS
4/23/2014 9:30 PM(et)
+6
-6
214½ 
+6½
-6½
214½ 
+6½
-6½
215 
+7
-7
214½ 
+6½
-6½
214½ 
+7
-7
214½ 
 733 PACERS
 734 HAWKS
4/24/2014 7:00 PM(et)
-2
+2
186 
-2
+2
186 
-2
+2
186 
-2
+2
186½ 
-2
+2
186 
-2
+2
186 
 735 THUNDER
 736 GRIZZLIES
4/24/2014 8:00 PM(et)
-1
+1
190 
-1½
+1½
190 
-1½
+1½
190 
-1½
+1½
189½ 
-1½
+1½
190 
-1½
+1½
190 
 737 CLIPPERS
 738 WARRIORS
4/24/2014 10:30 PM(et)
-1
+1
214 
-1½
+1½
215 
-1½
+1½
215 
-1½
+1½
214½ 
-1½
+1½
215 
-1½
+1½
215 
 739 RAPTORS
 740 NETS
4/25/2014 7:00 PM(et)
+4
-4
191 
+5
-5
191 
 
+5
-5
191½ 
+5
-5
191 
+5
-5
191 
 741 BULLS
 742 WIZARDS
4/25/2014 8:00 PM(et)
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-2½
181 
+2½
-2½
182 
 
+3
-3
181½ 
+3
-3
182 
+2½
-2½
182 
 901 REDS
 902 PIRATES
4/24/2014 12:35 PM(et)
off
off 
 
 
 
 
 
 903 CARDINALS
 904 METS
4/24/2014 1:10 PM(et)
-120
+120
7o 
 
 
 
 
 
 905 DIAMONDBACKS
 906 CUBS
4/24/2014 2:20 PM(et)
+120
-120
off 
 
 
 
 
 
 907 PADRES
 908 NATIONALS
4/24/2014 7:05 PM(et)
+160
-160
7½p 
 
 
 
 
 
 909 PHILLIES
 910 DODGERS
4/24/2014 10:10 PM(et)
+150
-150
7½u 
 
 
 
 
 
 911 ROYALS
 912 INDIANS
4/24/2014 12:05 PM(et)
+130
-130
8½p 
 
 
 
 
 
 913 WHITESOX
 914 TIGERS
4/24/2014 1:08 PM(et)
+200
-200
8½p 
 
 
 
 
 
 915 TWINS
 916 RAYS
4/24/2014 1:10 PM(et)
+150
-150
8½p 
 
 
 
 
 
 917 ORIOLES
 918 BLUEJAYS
4/24/2014 7:07 PM(et)
+120
-120
9p 
 
 
 
 
 
 919 YANKEES
 920 REDSOX
4/24/2014 7:10 PM(et)
-110
+110
9u 
 
 
 
 
 
 921 ATHLETICS
 922 ASTROS
4/24/2014 8:10 PM(et)
-160
+160
7½o 
 
 
 
 
 
 951 MARLINS
 952 BRAVES
4/23/2014 12:10 PM(et)
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-160
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-147
7p 
+138
-153
7u 
+130
-150
7o 
+134
-144
7u 
+140
-165
7u 
 953 DIAMONDBACKS
 954 CUBS
4/23/2014 2:20 PM(et)
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-122
6½p 
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-123
6½p 
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6½p 
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-120
6½p 
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6½p 
 955 GIANTS
 956 ROCKIES
4/23/2014 3:10 PM(et)
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+120
10p 
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-116
10u 
-101
-109
10u 
-110
-110
9½o 
+105
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9½o 
+110
-130
10u 
 957 REDS
 958 PIRATES
4/23/2014 7:05 PM(et)
+120
-120
7½u 
+115
-125
7½u 
+108
-118
7½u 
+110
-130
7o 
+114
-124
7½u 
+115
-135
7½u 
 959 CARDINALS
 960 METS
4/23/2014 7:10 PM(et)
-140
+140
7u 
-135
+125
6½p 
-144
+134
6½p 
-140
+120
6½o 
-140
+120
6½p 
-150
+130
6½p 
 961 PADRES
 962 BREWERS
4/23/2014 8:10 PM(et)
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-140
7½o 
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-127
7½u 
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-132
7½u 
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-140
7½u 
+120
-130
7½u 
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7½u 
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 964 DODGERS
4/23/2014 10:10 PM(et)
+180
-180
6½p 
+144
-154
6½u 
+144
-159
6½u 
+135
-155
6½u 
+144
-154
6½u 
+140
-165
6½p 
 965 RANGERS
 966 ATHLETICS
4/23/2014 3:35 PM(et)
+150
-150
7½p 
+150
-160
7o 
+153
-168
7o 
+145
-165
7u 
+156
-166
7o 
+150
-180
7o 
 967 ASTROS
 968 MARINERS
4/23/2014 3:40 PM(et)
+160
-160
8p 
+129
-139
8p 
+139
-154
8p 
+125
-145
8o 
+138
-148
8p 
+135
-160
8u 
 969 ORIOLES
 970 BLUEJAYS
4/23/2014 7:07 PM(et)
+110
-110
9u 
+106
-116
8½o 
even
-110
9u 
-105
-115
9u 
+104
-114
8½o 
even
-120
8½o 
 971 ROYALS
 972 INDIANS
4/23/2014 7:05 PM(et)
+140
-140
7½p 
+118
-128
7u 
+112
-122
7u 
+115
-135
7½u 
+115
-125
7u 
+110
-130
7u 
 973 WHITESOX
 974 TIGERS
4/23/2014 7:08 PM(et)
+180
-180
8½p 
+174
-184
8½u 
+170
-190
8½p 
+175
-210
8½u 
+174
-189
8½u 
+165
-195
8½u 
 975 TWINS
 976 RAYS
4/23/2014 7:10 PM(et)
+180
-180
8½p 
+168
-178
8½u 
+164
-179
8½u 
+160
-180
8½u 
+165
-180
8½u 
+160
-190
8o 
 977 YANKEES
 978 REDSOX
4/23/2014 7:10 PM(et)
+130
-130
8½u 
+103
-113
8½p 
-102
-108
9u 
even
-120
8½p 
+101
-111
8½p 
even
-120
8½p 
 979 ANGELS
 980 NATIONALS
4/23/2014 7:05 PM(et)
+130
-130
7p 
+113
-123
7p 
+114
-124
7o 
+115
-135
7o 
+115
-125
7o 
+110
-130
7o 

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No College FootballI-A games scheduled.

No College Basketball games scheduled.

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Colorado at Washington highlights Week 7 action

Philadelphia, PA (Sports Network) - Colorado has won only one of its first six games while getting outscored by 17, 20 and 41 points in three road contests this season. In addition, the Buffaloes have not won a road game since 2007 and are 0-8 ATS in their last eight. Taking it a step further, they are 4-16 ATS in their last 20 on the road.

Home or away, the move to the Pac-12 has not been an easy one. They did take California to overtime at home before losing by three points in a game that was not considered part of the league schedule. Their other home matchup was a four-point defeat at the hands of Washington State, a contest they led for most of the first 58 minutes until the Cougars scored with 1:24 left on the clock to win it, 31-27.

As previously mentioned, the road has not been kind to Colorado and the failure to perform at a high level will continue at Washington, where the Huskies are favored by 15.5 points. It's not often Steve Sarkisian's squad is favored - just three times since a year ago this week - but the Huskies have covered nine straight games. Furthermore, the offense hasn't suffered one bit since losing Jake Locker as it has scored 30 points or more in all five contests.

The defense is still a work in progress but the pieces are in place to stifle a Colorado squad that will once again be without wide receiver Paul Richardson. The sophomore, who leads the team in receptions, yards and touchdowns, remains out with a knee injury.

Washington's offense will score at will on the Buffaloes. Quarterback Keith Price is averaging 242 yards passing per game while completing 68 percent of his tosses. Moreover, his touchdown/interception ratio is 17-to-4.

Given that Colorado is 93rd in the country against the pass with only five teams allowing more touchdowns through the air, Price and his bevy of receivers will have a field day at Husky Stadium.

Washington comes into this game off a bye week while Colorado had to travel after going to Stanford last Saturday. Not only is the competition in the new league more difficult than it was in the Big 12, but the travel schedule is much more demanding, especially for a team that has failed time and time again to win on the road.

Take Washington by at least three touchdowns.

OTHER THREE-STAR PLAYS

Wake Forest has been one of this year's biggest surprises at 4-1 overall and 3-0 in ACC play - tied with Clemson atop of the Atlantic Division. Almost every college football publication predicted a last-place finish for Jim Grobe's squad after the team went 1-7 in league play a season ago. In fact, the Demon Deacons three overall wins last year came against Presbyterian, Duke and Vanderbilt - teams with a combined 7-28 record.

This year, they have lost just once and it came on the opening weekend of the season. Syracuse got the best of Wake Forest in overtime after the Deacons lost starting quarterback Tanner Price due to injury. Wake was comfortably in front at that point but the defense couldn't hold down the Orange offense in the fourth quarter.

Since that defeat, the Deacons are 4-0, including a huge victory over Florida State last Saturday. That game was their litmus test after knocking off NC State, Gardiner-Webb and Boston College. One can say they lucked out in the win since the Seminoles turned the ball over five times. However, they did not turn the ball over once on offense and ball security is just as important as turnovers gained.

Wake Forest rarely beats itself as evidenced by just four offensive miscues in five games. Only four teams have turned the ball over fewer times and that list includes the likes of LSU, Wisconsin and Stanford.

Virginia Tech is 5-1 but just 1-1 in ACC play. Moreover, the Hokies offense hasn't been too effective in 2011, averaging only 23 points per game in five Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) contests. That's over 10 points less than last season's final total.

Quarterback Logan Thomas has not set the world on fire with just five touchdowns and five picks in five FBS games. Not the best of numbers considering three of the opponents were East Carolina, Arkansas State and Marshall.

In addition, the defense, which has gotten progressively worse the last couple of years, particularly against the run, has allowed 58 points in its last two games, and both contests were played at home.

For the Hokies to win this game, they will need a monster performance from running back David Wilson. However, Wake Forest is solid against the run in ranking 21st in the country by allowing only 102 rushing yards per game.

Take Wake Forest to get the outright victory.

Friday night's Hawaii-San Jose State matchup should be an offensive shootout. The Warriors rank eighth nationally in passing with quarterback Bryant Moniz throwing 15 touchdown passes with just one interception.

Hawaii has scored 40 points or more in five of the last seven meetings against the Spartans and this one should be no different since San Jose State is without its top cornerback Brandon Driver due to injury.

The Spartans should also be able to put up a fair amount of points, especially if Brandon Rutley plays. The running back missed the BYU game and the Spartans managed just 16 points. Rutley is listed as probable, which is good news for the home team since the Spartans scored 38 and 34 points in their two prior contests.

Take the over.

Illinois hosts Ohio State in what has turned out to be a more important game for the Fighting Illini than the Buckeyes. Illinois is undefeated at 6-0 but both of its league games have come against 0-2 teams in Northwestern and Indiana.

Surprisingly, Ohio State is also 0-2 in the Big Ten but both of its losses have come against Top 25 teams in Michigan State and Nebraska. Moreover, the two defeats came by a combined 10 points, and don't forget, the Buckeyes led the Cornhuskers 27-6 early in the third quarter on the road.

Expect a close game in Champaign where Ohio State has won the last eight meetings.

Take the Buckeyes plus the points.

TWO-STAR PLAYS

Go with Toledo (at Bowling Green), Tennessee (hosting LSU), SMU (versus UCF), UAB (at Tulsa), ULM (at Troy) and Western Kentucky (at FAU).

ONE-STAR SELECTIONS

Take Baylor (at Texas A&M) and Buffalo (at Temple).

AFTER SIX WEEKS

The overall six-week total now stands at 26-49 after a 4-9 week. My Five-Star plays are 2-3, the Three-Star selections are 9-13, the Two-Star plays are 8-20 and the One-Star picks are 7-13.

As a reminder, the Five-Star plays are when my Power Plays and Key Plays coincide. The Three-Star choices are my personal picks, the Two-Star plays are the "power number" picks (games with at least a five-point differential between my line and the actual line), and the One-Star plays are my personal secondary selections.

THIS WEEK'S JEFF FRANK'S "DIRTY DOZEN"

1) Alabama, 107.5; 2) Oklahoma, 107; 3) Stanford, 106.5; 4-T) LSU and Wisconsin, 105.5; 6) Boise State, 104.5; 7) Oregon, 103.5; 8) Oklahoma State, 102; 9) Notre Dame, 99; 10) Texas A&M, 98.5; 11-T) Clemson, Arkansas, Arizona State and Michigan, 96.

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