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 701 NETS
 702 RAPTORS
4/19/2014 12:30 PM(et)
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+2
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194 
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+2½
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194½ 
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194 
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194 
 703 GRIZZLIES
 704 THUNDER
4/19/2014 9:30 PM(et)
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192½ 
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+7
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192½ 
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192½ 
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192½ 
 705 HAWKS
 706 PACERS
4/19/2014 7:00 PM(et)
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186 
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-7½
 
+7½
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186½ 
+7½
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186 
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186 
 707 WARRIORS
 708 CLIPPERS
4/19/2014 3:30 PM(et)
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212 
+7
-7
211½ 
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+7
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211½ 
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211½ 
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211½ 
 709 MAVERICKS
 710 SPURS
4/20/2014 1:00 PM(et)
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 711 BOBCATS
 712 HEAT
4/20/2014 3:30 PM(et)
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 713 WIZARDS
 714 BULLS
4/20/2014 7:00 PM(et)
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4/20/2014 9:30 PM(et)
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 902 CUBS
4/18/2014 2:20 PM(et)
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 903 CARDINALS
 904 NATIONALS
4/18/2014 7:05 PM(et)
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7p 
 
 
 
 
 
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4/18/2014 7:05 PM(et)
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 908 METS
4/18/2014 7:10 PM(et)
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4/18/2014 8:40 PM(et)
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4/18/2014 10:10 PM(et)
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4/18/2014 10:10 PM(et)
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 916 TIGERS
4/18/2014 7:08 PM(et)
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8u 
 
 
 
 
 
 917 BLUEJAYS
 918 INDIANS
4/18/2014 7:05 PM(et)
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8p 
 
 
 
 
 
 919 YANKEES
 920 RAYS
4/18/2014 7:10 PM(et)
-110
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 921 ORIOLES
 922 REDSOX
4/18/2014 7:10 PM(et)
+130
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8p 
 
 
 
 
 
 923 WHITESOX
 924 RANGERS
4/18/2014 8:05 PM(et)
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10p 
 
 
 
 
 
 925 TWINS
 926 ROYALS
4/18/2014 8:10 PM(et)
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8½p 
 
 
 
 
 
 927 ASTROS
 928 ATHLETICS
4/18/2014 10:05 PM(et)
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 929 MARINERS
 930 MARLINS
4/18/2014 7:10 PM(et)
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CFB - When a push is not a push

Philadelphia, PA (Sports Network) - Check this out. Florida was a seven- point favorite over Kentucky last Saturday in a crucial SEC East battle. The Gators, who were up 21-10 at the half, looked like a team on their way to victory when they opened a 14-point lead midway through the third quarter.

From then on, Florida's advantage flip-flopped between seven and 14 points until the final seconds of the game when the Wildcats, trailing 45-31, were on the Gators' five-yard line. It looked as if Kentucky would cut the lead to seven, which would save thousands of dollars from all who wagered on the 'Cats plus the seven points. And that's exactly what happened, almost. Quarterback Andre Woodson hit Keenan Burton with a short TD strike and the gamblers were ecstatic.

Wait just one second. The play clock had hit zero and coaches and players alike all zoomed onto the field. Since the playing surface was covered, Kentucky kicker Lones Seiber was not able to attempt the extra point, and Florida won the game by eight, 45-37. More important than the victory however, was the fact that the Gators covered the spread due to the lack of the kick.

Why was that possible, you might ask? Well, two years ago, the NCAA enacted a ruling stating any kick or two-point conversion will not be attempted if said play does not affect the final outcome of the game. In essence, if this game were played in 2005, those folks who wagered on Kentucky would have gotten a push instead of a loss. However, this is 2007: the year a push can become a loss.

BCS MUSINGS

The LSU Tigers pulled one out of their hats in the 30-24 win over Auburn. Everyone who saw this game is still marveling over the Matt Flynn to Demetrius Byrd 22-yard TD connection with seconds remaining, but even if the play had failed, Colt David, more than likely, would have won the game anyway with a 39-yard field goal.

Nevertheless, the win, combined with South Florida's loss to Rutgers, moved the Tigers up to number three in the all-important BCS rankings. Ohio State remains at number one with its seven-point win over Michigan State, but both teams failed to cover the spread as LSU was favored by 10 points, while the Buckeyes were 18.5-point favorites.

Boston College moved to number two on its bye week, but the Eagles won't hold that spot for very long. They take on Virginia Tech in a huge revenge game from last season. The Hokies were embarrassed by BC on Thursday night football, last year, 22-3. It was their first Thursday night loss in 12 games since 1998. For those keeping track of ATS records, V-Tech was 11-1 vs. the spread prior to the Boston College debacle.

Two Pac-10 teams received a ton of love as Arizona State moved up four spots from eighth to fourth, and Oregon passed Oklahoma into fifth position. It will be interesting to see how ASU fares the rest of the way with Cal, Oregon, UCLA, USC and Arizona still on the schedule.

Prior to the start of the season, I predicted the Sun Devils would win their first seven games, but finish up with only three victories in their final five contests. Unless, they're the second coming of the Trojans circa '04-'05, there is no way Dennis Erickson's club goes undefeated. In fact, this week could spell the end of the run, as Cal comes to Tempe off two consecutive defeats. The last time the Golden Bears lost three games in row was back in 2001, the year before Jeff Tedford came to Berkeley.

Oregon has every right to be ranked fifth, but its toughest game of the year is this Saturday when USC visits Eugene. The Ducks have lost three straight to the Trojans by a combined 68 points. However, this will be the first time they are favored vs. Southern Cal since 2001, when they posted a two-point home win. Incidentally, Oregon is 2-5 ATS against USC the last seven meetings.

Oklahoma surprisingly fell to number six after escaping another possible Big 12 road loss. Iowa State kept this one close throughout as the game was tied at seven after three quarters. The Cyclones couldn't stop Oklahoma's ground attack when the game mattered most and lost by 10. Nevertheless, you have to give their defense a lot of credit, holding the Sooners to just 316 total yards as only one other team, Colorado, had been able to keep them under 380.

Sooner fans should have cause for concern, as the passing game was not very effective against what might be the worst secondary in the country. Iowa State had allowed opposing quarterbacks to hit on 72% of their throws prior to last week, and Sam Bradford was only able to connect on 57% for 183 yards and zero touchdowns.

THE NEW TOP 10 AND LAST WEEK'S RESULTS

There's a new number one team in the power rankings as Oklahoma fell a couple of points with its 17-7 win. The West Virginia Mountaineers, who began the season at number seven, have vaulted to the top spot with their 38-13 win over Miss State. The new top 10 looks like this:

1) West Virginia, 103; 2) Oklahoma, 102; 3) USC, 101.5; 4-T) LSU and Oregon, 101; 6) Ohio State, 100.5; 7) Missouri, 100; 8) Florida, 97.5; 9) Boston College, 97 and 10) Texas, 96.5

My overall record stands at 28-33-1 after a 2-6 week, but the time has come for a change and it all starts this Saturday.

WEEK NINE PLAYS

Ball State has had a solid season and not just in its straight up record. The Cardinals are 5-3 on the year, but more importantly, 5-2 ATS. They defeated Western Michigan last week, 27-23, a win that should give them some confidence going into Illinois after getting routed at home by Central Michigan earlier in the month.

Since losing at Ohio back in '05, the Cardinals are 8-4 SU on the road and an absurd 11-1 ATS, with their only failed cover coming by one point to the Chippewas last season. Not only have they fared well in MAC play, they were beaten by just 10 points at Purdue when getting 17, lost by only eight at Michigan when the line was 34 and most recently, almost upset Nebraska when getting 24 big ones.

Illinois is coming off a four-game stretch which included Penn State, Wisconsin, Iowa and Michigan, and it's extremely doubtful Ron Zook's team will be highly motivated to blow away Ball State. In addition, the Illini have run into a brick wall the last two weeks averaging only 270 total yards after averaging over 400 the previous four weeks.

Take Ball State plus the points.

Staying in the Big Ten, Wisconsin is coming off a game they could have won with its eyes closed. The Badgers held Northern Illinois to 11 first-half yards and a grand total of 99 in their 44-3 rout of the Huskies. It was a great way to bounce back from an ugly performance at Penn State the week before. They still might not be where they want to be, but facing Indiana at home will be a great start.

The Hoosiers were pretty lucky to get the cover vs. Penn State last week, as the Nittany Lions failed to score a touchdown on three separate trips inside Indiana's 10-yard line. One thing's for sure in this game: the Hoosiers will not be able to run on Wisconsin. Their last three Big Ten games (not including one against a pathetic Minnesota club) have seen them rush the ball 82 times for 163 yards. The Badgers will be able to contain Kellen Lewis and keep Indiana from scoring more than 14 points.

On the other side of the ball, Wisconsin has rung up 40+ points the last two meetings in this series and should do so again. The Hoosiers' run defense has looked pathetic the last two weeks, giving up a total of 560 yards to Michigan State and Penn State while allowing opposing quarterbacks to hit on 76% of their throws. Not a good combination heading into this matchup with P.J. Hill and Tyler Donovan. The Badgers win in a blowout, 40-14.

Take Wisconsin minus the points.

Hawaii is undefeated but still cannot get any love in the polls. The Warriors are 16th in the AP and 17th in the BCS all because of an extremely easy schedule, and barely getting past San Jose State in overtime two weeks back doesn't help either.

They are in the midst of an insane stretch of just one game in 28 days and that contest is this weekend vs. New Mexico State. The Aggies were left for dead without quarterback Chase Holbrook against Boise State a few weeks back and then lost at Louisiana Tech, 22-21. However, the star QB returned last week to lift the team to a 45-31 win over Idaho.

Look for New Mexico State to match strides with Hawaii, a team that has allowed 72 points in its last two games. Even Utah State put up 37 points against them and those Aggies hadn't scored that many in one game since 2003.

Take New Mexico State plus the points.

Two over/under plays highlight the rest of this week's picks. South Florida looks to bounce back after losing for the first time this season, and must do so against a Connecticut squad that came from behind to defeat Louisville last week.

The Huskies are 6-1 with their only loss coming to Virginia on the road. They have allowed only 89 points the entire season for an average of 13 per game and can score themselves after picking up 36 per game in their first four FBS contests. However, they have averaged less than 20 the last two weeks, and the odds are slim they will score more than 17 against South Florida's defense.

The Bulls might not score more than 17 either against a Connecticut "D" that held high-flying Louisville to only 17 points. True, the game was played in poor weather conditions, but the Cardinals had not scored under 28 in any game the entire season. Two years ago, these two teams met in East Hartford and the final tally that day was 15-10 in favor of the Huskies. Expect a similar total this Saturday.

Take the UNDER.

Virginia, the team that gave Connecticut its only loss, rolls into Raleigh this week to tackle N.C. State. The Wolfpack finally showed signs of life in their 14-point victory over East Carolina, but scoring 34 against the Pirates means nothing when trying to hit paydirt vs. Virginia.

The Cavaliers are giving up an average of 18 in four ACC games and now they get to face the lowest scoring team in the conference. N.C. State is averaging only 14 ppg in its four matchups vs. BCS schools, so it's doubtful the Wolfpack will net more than 17 in this one.

On the other side, Virginia scored in the final minute to defeat Maryland, 18-17, last week in College Park, the second straight week the Cavs were held under 20 points. In addition, they are averaging just 17 per game in four road contests this season. They weren't too effective on the road last year either, averaging only 13 per game.

Take the UNDER.

10/23/2007 1:41:22 PM