It’s Break The Bank Day In College Football
75-Unit October TV Triple Crown Launches Annual OctoberFest
5 Weeks Of 32 Special College And NFL Winners
Get Entire Football Package For Just $150
Louisville (4-0) At Clemson (4-0) Tops October TV Triple Crown
Get 3 Of The Biggest College Games Of Week Today
And Go 7-0 With 3 Straight Bets, 4 Parlays
Alabama Regains Top Spot In My Top Ten Rankings
Washington Moves To #4 With Blowout Win
Bounce-Back Team Wins As 50-Unit College Game Of Week
Hitting 79% Winners (11-3-1) And Will Get It Done Again Today
By Kelso Sturgeon
I am having an excellent football season in both the colleges and the NFL and am excited today to launch my annual Octoberama football program that includes 32 special games spread over five weeks. Kicking off the program will be my 75-unit October TV Triple Crown, a break-the bank move that includes three 25-unit winners and four parlays. The sky is the limit on what you can win when you go 7-0.
For the record I am hitting 79% of my 25-unit plays this season, standing 11-3-1 after winning Thursday night with the Cincinnati Bengals over the Miami Dolphins.
There are at least 16 important matchups today and I believe I have found the winning edges in three of the biggest ones. One team in each of the three games I am releasing grades out with better than an 80% chance to win and in a season that has seen bettors stung by stunning upsets each week that is a big number. Many elements must fall into place to offer a bet such as this and they are powerfully present do just that in the three teams I am releasing.
Today’s October Triple Crown Teams
Kansas State (2-1) at West Virginia (3-0)
WVU is -2.5 Favorite…Kickoff 3:30 Eastern…On ESPNU
Wisconsin (4-0) at Michigan (4-0)
Michigan is -11…Kickoff 3:30 Eastern…On ABC
Louisville (4-0) at Clemson (4-0)
Louisville is -1.5…Kickoff 8:00 Eastern…On ABC
It is my recommendation you bet each of the teams individualyl at 25 units and then tie them up in three 2-team parlays that will return 13-5 and a 3-teamer that will get you 6-1 for your money. Bet any amount you wish on the parlays.
The 5-week Octoberama program is available for purchase on this website and toll free at 1-800-755-2255. The price is modest $150, charged to your major credit card. This program is worth about $500, making it the bargain of the football season.
KELSO’S COLLEGE TOP 10
- Alabama (4-0)—Hosts Kentucky (2-2)…Too much talent for all the rest.
- Louisville (4-0)—At Clemson (4-0)…Legitimate national champion contender.
- Ohio State (3-0)—Host Rutgers (2-2)…Getting better with each game.
- Washington (5-0)—Friday night blowout win over Stanford says it all.
- Clemson (4-0)—Hosts Louisville (4-0)…Gets the acid test.
- Houston (5-0)—Beat UConn 42-14 Thursday…Has the ability to run the table.
- Michigan (4-0)—Hosts Wisconsin (4-0)…Truth will be told Saturday.
- Tennessee (4-0)—At Georgia (3-1)…Volunteers as good as predicted.
- Wisconsin (4-0)…At Michigan (4-0)…Biggest surprise of season.
- Texas A&M (4-0) at South Carolina (2-2)…Can challenge Alabama
- for SEC title
Key College Injury/ Personal Report
(Most Of Players Listed Here Are Starters)
ALABAMA—RB Damien Harris (ankle) is questionable for Kentucky.
APPALACHIAN STATE—RB Marcus Cox (leg) is doubtful vs. Georgia State.
ARIZONA—QB Anu Solomon (knee) is expected to miss and RB Nick Wilson (ankle) is questionable vs. UCLA.
BAYLOR—WR K.D. Cannon (groin)is questionable for Iowa State.
BOWLING GREEN—Will have new starting QB, James Morgan.
CINCINNATI—QB Hayden Moore (ankle) is doubtful Saturday. He will be replaced by Rose Trail against South Florida.
COLORADO—QB Sefo Kiufau (ankle) is questionable vs. Oregon State.
FLORIDA—QB Luke Del Rio (knee) is doubtful vs. Vanderbilt.
GEORGIA—RB Nick Chubb (ankle) expected to miss vs. Tennessee.
KENT STATE—QB Mylik Mitchell (wrist) is doubtful for Akron.
LSU—RB Leonard Fournette (ankle) is doubtful for Missouri.
LOUISIANA TECH—QB Ryan Higgins (shoulder) is questionable for UTEP.
MARSHALL—QB Chase Litton (concussion) is probable for Pittsburgh.
MARYLAND—QB Perry Hills (shoulder) is probable for Purdue.
NEW MEXICO—QB Teriyon (concussion) is probable for San Jose State.
NEW MEXICO STATE—RB Larry Rose III (groin) is probably for UL-Lafayette.
OLD DOMINION—RB Ray Lawry (ankle) is questionable for Charlotte.
SAN JOSE STATE—QB Kenny Potter (leg) is doubtful vs. New Mexico.
OREGON—RB Royce Freeman (knee) is probable vs. Washington State.
OREGON STATE—QB Darrell Garretson (leg) is probable for Colorado.
SYRACUSE—QB Eric Dungey (illness) has been is probable for Notre Dame.
UL-LAFAYETTE—RB Elijah McGuire (undisclosed) is probable vs. New Mexico State.
UNLV—QB Johnny Stanton (knee) is out 3-4 weeks.
UTEP—RB Aaron Jones (ankle) is probable for Louisiana Tech.
Bounce-Back Team Wins As 50-Unit Game Of Week
There Are 14 Bounce-Back Teams On Saturday’s
College Schedule And One Should Win In Blowout
Few handicappers give more weight to the college football bounce-back theory (actually a fact) that I do and that is because it has won for me repeatedly during more than four decades of handicapping. It proved itself again last week as Southern Mississippi, a team in major bounce-back mode off a stunning home upset at the hands of Troy, 37-31, knocked off Texas-El Paso, 34-7, as the winner of my 50-unit College Football Game of the Week.
There are 14 potential bounce-back winners on today’s schedule but only one has all the edges it takes to win in a blowout and I am releasing this team as my 50-unit College Football Game of the Week. You can bet this one with confidence and get the cash for $50, charged to your major credit card.
Chairman’s Club Has Won 79% Of Its Games This Season
The Club Is 5-1 With Its 25-Unit College Plays This Season
And Goes For Another Winning Power Play Today
Club Is Also 6-2-1 In NFL…Meaning It is 10-3-1 For Season
One of the hottest football clubs in the country is certainly my Chairman’s Club which has been destroying bookmakers during the first month of the season. Chairman’s clients are 5-1 in the colleges and 6-2-1 with its 25 units this season and is just getting warmed up. Today it is another knockout 25-unit college winner with another underdog that should get it done straight up.
As you can see from the results below the club has received among its six games five underdogs that went 4-1 against the number. Today’s underdog has every single edge, is ready to play its best game of the season and my numbers say it has a 75% chance to win straight up and a 90% chance to cover the number.
My record speaks for itself and I am inviting you to get the cash with me for just $25, charged to your major credit card.
Chairman’s Club 5-1 In College Games…83% Winners
9/25…25 Units…Pittsburgh (+7.5) 36, North Carolina 37 (Won)
9/22…25 Units…Clemson (-10.5) 26, Georgia 7 (Won)
9/17…25 Units…Colorado (+18) 28, Michigan 45 (Won)
9/10…25 Units…Middle Tennessee (+3.5) 24, Vanderbilt 47 (Lost)
9/3...25 Units…Western Michigan (+3) 22, Northwester 21 (Won)
9/2…Kansas State (+13.5) 13, Stanford 26 (Won)