Get Cash Today With Two 50-Unit Plays, Plus 3 Underdog Winners
Arizona's 100-Unit Blowout 63-16 Win Over UTEP Launches Dynamite College Football Weekend
50-Unit Play Tonight On Classic Offense Vs. Defense ABC TV Showdown - Clemson At Louisville
Going For 2nd Straight 50-Unit College Game Of Week
Three Bests Bets Club 'Dogs Set To Score Today
Handicapping Hints To Help You Win Today
By Kelso Sturgeon
This weekend college football schedule is again an attractive one and it is nice to report I started it off last night with a single play - a 100-unit bet on Arizona (-27) with its 47-point 63-16 blowout win at Texas-El Paso. The win was like shooting fish in a barrel and it is of note when I released the game the Wildcats were -23. I accept your thanks and gratitude.
Highlighting today's card will be two 50-unit plays, including Clemson (2-0) at Louisville in a night game and another winning 50-unit College Football Game of the Week. I won the latter last week in blowout fashion as the West Virginia Mountaineers had their way with defenseless East Carolina, crushing the Pirates by 36 points, 56-20.
And let's not forget my Best Bets Football Club is releasing three knockout underdogs today that all grade out as straight up winners. Getting points with predicted winners is a walk through football betting paradise.
Friday night was easy - today far more of a challenge but I am confident I am up to the task. In analyzing the Saturday schedule, here are a few things that came to mind.
There are several possible bounce-back plays on the card, topped by Ohio State (1-1) hosting Army (2-0) as a 31-point favorite. The Buckeyes will win this one coming off last week's embarrassing 31-16 home loss to Oklahoma, an 8-point underdog but will the cover.
This is also a giant look-ahead week and bettors need to pay attention. There are 10 games on today's schedule where big home favorites who are facing much weaker teams next week take on giants. This list includes Colorado hosting Northern Colorado (next week the Buffaloes get Washington in Boulder, Washington is in the same situation today, taking on Fresno State at home. Then there is Iowa hosting North Texas State and meeting Penn State next week, N.C. State taking on Furman and playing at Florida State next week, and TCU hosting SMU before meeting Oklahoma State in Stillwater next Saturday.
In looking at the Clemson (2-0) at Louisville ACC showdown on AC tonight, it is a question of whether the Tigers defense, which has not given up a touchdown in two games this season, can slow down a Louisville offense that averages 41.0 points per game Of note is the fact Louisville's defense gives up 31.5 points per game.
LSU (2-0) faces a major test at Mississippi State today, where the Tigers are a solid TD favorite. LSU is averaging 36.0 points per game while giving up just 5.0. Those numbers were recorded against BYU and Chattanooga and the host Bulldogs are much better than either.
THE SATURDAY BETTING MENU
50-Unit Winning Play On Clemson At Louisville
Defending National Champion Clemson 3.5-Point Favorite At Louisville In What Is Biggest Game In History Of Cardinal Football
The 2nd-ranked Clemson Tigers (2-0) and the 11th-ranked Louisville Cardinals (2-0) meet Saturday night on ABC in a game that matches two of the best teams in the country in a classic offense vs. defense Atlantic Coast Conference showdown. Both teams have the talent to win the national championship (both are 25-1 in futures betting to do just that) and there is no doubt both will bring it in this Sensational September game.
It is a classic offense vs. defense battle. Louisville has the 5th-ranked offense in the country, averaging 614.5 yards per game. Clemson is ranked second nationally in yards allowed (118.5) and points allowed (4.5). Clemson has a 3-0 record against Louisville and beat the Cardinals 42-36 at home last season as a 1-point underdog. In 2015, it was Clemson 20-17 as a 5-point favorite and in 2014 it was Clemson 23-17 as a 9-point choice.
The stage is set for an outstanding game at Louisville's 55,000-seat Papa John's Cardinal Stadium. The differing styles played by both these teams made it a real challenge to handicap but I know I have found the edges to get it done. Kickoff is set for 8:00 Eastern and the game will be televised nationally on ABC. You can win this with me for just $50, charged to your major credit card or to Pay Pal, or sign up for the Sensational September package and save a fortune. And I am throwing in free, a 15-unit bet on the Texas Longhorns (1-1) at the Southern California (2-0) game that kicks at 8:30 Eastern and that can be seen nationally on FOX.
Three Underdog Stunners Cash As Best Bets Saturday
There Are A Lot Of Outlandishly Crazy Betting Lines In Today's 67 College Games And They Almost Guarantee Three Stunning Knockout Winner
I have said repeatedly over the years bookmakers and linemakers are true experts in challenging bettors with their lines but, like all humans, they make mistakes. Year after year they exhibit the same behavior, over-rating the good teams and under-rating those that do not have a high profile with the betting public. This means the inflated lines on high profile teams give bettors a real and solid edge and one must take advantage of it. We have 10-11 of these games today and three of them have betting lines so far afield they almost guarantee winners. I am going for the money on these three underdogs and you can win the games for just $15, charged to your major credit card or to Pay Pal. Better yet, get on board an entire season of Best Bets Club college and NFL football for just $199 and open the door to an average of 6-7 football winners every week.
Highrollers Go For Another College Game Of Week Winner
My Personal Best Club For Big Bettors Went 2-0 This Past Weekend With WVU And Packers In 50-Unit Games Of The Week And Another One Scores Today
In college football winning is all about finding good teams playing bad teams in games where the betting line does not reflect the real difference in talent. My highrollers club bet into that situation last Saturday and cashed a 50-unit ticket on West Virginia (-25) with its 56-20 win over East Carolina. And, believe me it was never as close as the final score. West Virginia had shown in an opening loss, 34-31, to nationally-ranked Virginia Tech it had the talent and coaching to beat any other team. East Carolina, one with a very respected program, has fallen off the edge of the world with second-year coach Scottie Montgomery and showed that in its opener, a 34-14 loss to James Madison. It was simply power against weakness and we have just that deciding situation in a single game on today's schedule and I am releasing it as my 50-unit College Football Game of the Week. Win it with me for just $50, charged to your major credit card or to Pay Pal. Better yet, get on board for the entire Personal Best Football Club season and week-after-week win all those 50, 100 and 200-unit games.