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San Diego State vs. Missouri Odds & Pick: September 18th 2010

San Diego State vs. Missouri
Pick: Missouri -13.5 -110 odds
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The Aztecs must be feeling pretty good having started out 2-0 for the first time since 2004. However, they have a different animal to deal with in this one heading to Missouri. San Diego State hasn’t posted a winning season since the Mountain West Conference came into being in 1999. Their wins over Nicholls State and New Mexico State really don’t tell us anything. And, this team is 1-10 ATS on the road after a road win and 6-21 ATS after back-to-back wins. Missouri is flying well under the radar hiding under Oklahoma and Texas, but rest assured they are in the hunt for the Big-12 title. This is a team that has recruited very well. With eight back on both sides of the ball, and the rest of the conference a shade beneath last year, it is time to rise and shine for the Tigers. The Aztecs have ventured out and played five teams from BCS Conferences over the last five years and have yet to come within 14 points of any of them. The Tigers are a far superior team. Due to their below-the-radar status, and San Diego State’s 2-0 start, we are getting value here on this line as Missouri should be laying closer to 20. Get more NCAA football picks from Wunderdog at Touthouse.com

Week 3 College Football Picks: September 18th 2010

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It was a winning 3-2 week for us last week, as South Carolina won easily and both NC State and Rice scored outright upsets. We did fall short with Notre Dame and Syracuse however. Let’s move on to the CFB Week 3 matchups.

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Arkansas +2½ over Georgia: This is a major revenge spot for Arkansas, who have now lost six straight meetings with the Bulldogs, and even though this game is in Georgia, we look for the Razorbacks to get that revenge. Hogs quarterback Ryan Mallett is the best QB in the SEC, and he should be able to exploit a Georgia pass defense that allowed an alarming 9.7 yards per attempt vs. South Carolina last week. Meanwhile, the Georgia offense looked out of sync without suspended receiver A.J. Green last week, and there is no reason to expect improvement here.

Hawaii +12½ over Colorado: Neither of these teams have impressed defensively, but Hawaii has a very potent offense and Colorado does not, and that is key here catching this many points. Hawaii has averaged 33.5 points and 470.5 yards in two games, while the Buffaloes have averaged just 15.5 and 274.0. Colorado may come from the much tougher Big 12, but this line still seems inflated. Besides, Colorado QB Tyler Hansen has been terrible, tossing four interceptions against two touchdown passes while averaging only 6.07 yards per attempt.

Nebraska -3 over Washington: Nebraska still has one of the best defenses in the country, and we simply do not feel Washington has done enough yet to merit this cheap line. The Huskers have been on cruise control the first two games, yet they still allowed only 13.5 points per game. Look for them to step it up on the defensive end now that they are facing a better opponent. Washington came up short vs. BYU in their opener, and we do not think beating a lower echelon Big East team like Syracuse at home last week is saying all that much.

Bowling Green +3 over Marshall: This is a huge letdown spot for Marshall, who had West Virginia on the ropes with a 21-6 lead in the fourth quarter only to lose 24-21 in overtime, failing to beat their in-state and nationally ranked rivals for the first time ever. Watching the weak non-conference performances of the Big East so far only makes that loss look worse. Meanwhile, Bowling Green can score points with the best of them, they are 2-0 against the spread and this is their home opener.

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Week 2 NFL Football Picks: September 19th 2010

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We got off to a winning 3-2 start in NFL last week, cashing in with the Steelers, Packers and Cardinals and failing with the 49ers and Chargers. We have 4 NFL plays for Week 2.

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Baltimore Ravens -1½ over Cincinnati Bengals: The Ravens are playing with double revenge after getting swept by the Bengals last season, and it was Baltimore that looked like the Super Bowl contender vs. the Jets on Monday night. Their defense looked awesome and their offense should have a better performance vs. a Cincinnati defense that allowed the Patriots to do whatever they wanted in Week 1. The Ravens are simply the better rounded team, and the revenge factor should offset playing on the road.

Bears/Cowboys Under 40½: These are two teams that are both having offensive line issues right now, and the Dallas Cowboys have a stout defensive line to take advantage while Julius Peppers of the Bears should dominate Doug Free lined up across him. The fact that the Dallas offense has done nothing since the Hall of Fame Game and the Chicago offensive scheme under Mike Martz is conducive to sacks only makes this ‘under’ more appealing. Even though the Cowboys are getting a couple of offensive linemen back, they may not have their timing yet and still have no answer for Peppers.

Seattle Seahawks +3½ over Denver Broncos: Pete Carroll had a successful debut as coach of the Seahawks, as they surprisingly dominated the 49ers with the greatest of ease. Matt Hasselbeck looked as sharp as he has in about five years, while the Seattle defense held a very good San Francisco running game to just a shade over 2.0 yards per carry. The Broncos had the same defensive struggles in the second half vs. the Jaguars that they had throughout the second half of last season, and they have been terrible as decided favorites in recent years, going 1-11 ATS when favored by -3½ or more.

New England Patriots -2½ over New York Jets: You just know the Patriots have this game circled on their calendar after hearing about how the Jets are going to the Super Bowl all summer, and Tom Brady looked like the Brady of old last week one year removed from his ACL surgery. New England is also seeking revenge for a loss at the “old” Meadowlands last season. The Jets were totally inept offensively on Monday, as Mark Sanchez was scared to go downfield and Shonn Greene fumbled his way off of the field.

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Underdog Football Picks For September 18th-September 19th 2010

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Each week during football season, we will supply four or five underdog plays that have the best chance of cashing your tickets. We got off to an ugly start last week going 1-4, cashing in only with the Baltimore Ravens on Monday night. We have four underdog plays this week with two apiece in CFB and NFL.

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Arizona State +14 over Wisconsin: Now, we realize that Camp Randall is a difficult place to play, especially for a Pac-10 team. However, the Wisconsin pass defense looked weak vs. San Jose State, and the ASU passing attack is far more potent. On the other side of the ball, the Wisconsin offense has become very predicable, averaging well over 200 yards on the ground but only throwing for one touchdown pass all year. The Badgers have become rather easy to defend in the red zone, and that will continue to be the case until they diversify the offense.

New Mexico State +14½ over UTEP: Why would anyone want to give more than two touchdowns with a UTEP defense that surrendered six rushing touchdowns vs. a Houston team that is primarily a passing team? Now we realize that New Mexico State is a drop in class, but the concern of the UTEP run defense has existed the entire off season. Also, the Aggies offense looked improved last week over last season, as new starting quarterback Matt Christian impressed and should only get better.

Miami Dolphins +5½ over Minnesota Vikings: This is a poor situational spot for the Vikings, who had their season opener vs. the New Orleans Saints in a huge revenge spot circled on their calendar, and they exerted a ton of energy in that contest. The fact that they came up short has to be disheartening and they should have an extremely difficult time getting up for this unfamiliar non-conference foe. The Vikings were surprisingly weak against the run in the fourth quarter, and Miami has an excellent running game that can take advantage. Plus, nobody runs the Wildcat as well as the Dolphins do.

Arizona Cardinals +6½ over Atlanta Falcons: The Falcons lost to a third string quarterback last week because they could not score a touchdown, and their questionable run defense was shredded for 120 yards by Rashard Mendenhall. It may be that the fine season Atlanta had two seasons ago was a fluke. Now it used to be that Arizona was an automatic fade when they travelled east, but that all changed with a couple of big road wins outside of their time zone last season, and Derek Anderson was the right choice at quarterback this year. He still has a great receiving corps to throw to, and he becomes more dangerous if Arizona establishes a running game, which is entirely possible here.

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Maryland vs. West Virginia Pick & Odds: September 18th 2010

Maryland vs. West Virginia
Pick: West Virginia -10 -110 odds
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I’m laying the points with WVU on Saturday. Last weekend I released Oklahoma on these pages, citing big-time line value due to overreaction to a one game performance as a key reason. When this particular game opened, WVU was installed as a 13 1/2 point favorite. At the time of this release, they’re down to 10. Again, I have to go against the line move. I like the grit and determination we saw from QB Geno Smith and the Mountaineers during their late-game run to send their contest with Marshall into overtime. WVU scored on a pair of 90-plus yard TD drives in the final quarter. Smith is connecting on over 70% of his passes and has both Austin and Sanders to go to through the air. And of course, the ground attack is solid once again. Maryland did beat Navy in their opener, but they were outgained, 485-272. In fact, the Terps finished with just 11 FDs to 26 for the Midshipmen. Maryland has just five starters back on defense and needed some luck to get by the Academy. I believe their luck runs out against the Mountaineers. Maryland’s 2-0 start comes to an end. I’m laying the points with West Virginia on Saturday. Thanks! GL! Scott.

Week 3 College Football Expert Picks

WEEK 3 EXPERT COLLEGE FOOTBALL PICKSAccuScore – Week 3 College Football Expert Picks
By Zach Rosenfield and Jonathan Lee, AccuScore

Here are Zach and Jon’s picks for Week 3 in college football.

Zach Rosenfield’s Picks
East Carolina +19 vs. Virginia Tech

19 points seems way to high here considering East Carolina has had a lot of early success with its wide open offense. While we figure Virginia Tech to be a strong favorite, the Hokies have already proven to be greatly overrated and struggle with their pass defense. We did not simulate their loss to James Madison because we do not cover FCS schools, but it is safe to say that we would have pegged them for the win. However, in the three games we have forecasted in 2010 involving the Hokies and Pirates, AccuScore is 3-0 ATS. Additionally, the computer is 64% ATS in selections where the home team is favored by 14 or more points (as is the case here).

Oklahoma State –6.5 vs. Tulsa
It’s hard to win if you can’t tackle and Tulsa cannot tackle. This is a game of contrasting styles that lends itself to Oklahoma State’s zone read option and power running game. While critics might be quick to remember OSU’s 2009 home loss to a finesse Houston team, Tulsa is not the team to replicate that. AccuScore is 3-1 this season ATS in games involving Tulsa and Oklahoma State and simulates the Cowboys to be an 11.5 point favorite.

Jon’s Picks
Cal -2.5 vs. Nevada

Nevada and quarterback Colin Kaepernick have looked terrific running their pistol offense the past three seasons – that is until they have to face a school from the six BCS conferences. Over the past three seasons Nevada has an 0-7 record against BCS schools averaging just 19 points per game in the process. The Wolf Pack has also gone 0-3 against Boise State during that time. The difference in the level of athlete appears to be a big factor in limiting Kaepernick and the pistol attack. Cal is not a team I was particularly high on before the season started, but the Bears are 2-0 and have put up 104 points. Quarterback Kevin Riley has completed 66% of his passes (which would be a career high) and has yet to throw an interception. True freshman Keenan Allen has proven to be the playmaking wide receiver Cal desperately needed. The line suggests that Vegas and bettors think Cal and Nevada are evenly matched. History tells me that’s far from the truth.

Kansas State -3.5 vs. Iowa State
Daniel Thomas is one of the best running backs in the nation. The junior was All-Big 12 last season rushing for 1,265 yards, and has already rushed for 371 yards on 49 carries this season (7.6 ypc). Kansas State’s entire offense revolves around Thomas which is bad news for Iowa State. The Cyclones ranked 10th in the Big 12 in rush defense last season allowing 166 yards per game. This year they look even worse against the run having allowed 431 yards on the ground through 2 games. Kansas State won this game by a point on the road last year. This year at home, look for Thomas to run all over the field on the way to a solid win.

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Saints vs. 49ers Point Spread: Week 2 NFL Picks: September 20th 2010

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Monday Night Football betting action resumes on Monday, September 20th from Candlestick Park in San Francisco, CA, when the San Francisco 49ers play host to the New Orleans Saints. These two teams last met back in 2008 with the Saints scoring the 31-17 home victory as 4-point chalk.

Point Spread: This Monday night encounter currently has the 49ers currently sitting at (+5.5) with the game ‘total’ set at 44. Kickoff is set for 8:30 ET.
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New Orleans comes into this match-up after winning and pushing a close fought battle with the Vikings 14-9 as 4.5-point favorites. QB Drew Brees threw for 237 yards and a TD while completing 27-of-36 attempts. RB Pierre Thomas paced the ground game with 71 yards and one TD. Reggie Bush added 14 yards on the ground and five receptions for 33 yards through the air. WR Devery Henderson had the lone TD catch along with two catches, while Marques Colston and Robert Meachem combined for eight catches and 95 yards. The Saints ‘D’ accounted for one INT and one sack.

San Francisco comes limping into Week 2 after getting their bells rung by the Seahawks 31-6 when they were 3-point favorites going in. Starting QB Alex Smith was out of sync throwing two INT on 26-of-45 for 225 yards. RB Frank Gore managed just 38 yards rushing with six catches for 45 yards through the air. TE Vernon Davis seemed like the only target for Alex Smith hauling in a team leading eight passes for 73 yards. The Defense had one sack and one INT.

In games since 2008, when favored by 3.5 to 9.5 points, the Saints have been a $$$-maker cashing a sensational 13 of the L/14 times SU while posting a 10-4 ATS mark. When favored the L/2 seasons, the Saints have gotten the job done for their better backers cashing an unbelievable 16 of their L/25 times against the closing NFL odds. When dogged the L/2 seasons the 49ers are 5-15 SU, but split their games ATS (9-9). They’ve also cashed their betting backers tickets eight of the L/14 times when opposing a +.500 opponent (8-2-2 ATS).

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Buccaneers vs. Panthers Point Spread: Week 2 NFL Picks: September 19th 2010

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2010 NFC South betting action comes to you on Sunday, September 19th from Bank of America Stadium where the Carolina Panthers play host to the division rival Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Carolina’s dominated the Bucs winning three of the L/4 meetings by an average of just over 10 PPG. Last season saw the Panthers win and cover both meetings taking the first in Tampa Bay 28-21 as 3-point chalk and game two in Carolina 16-6 as 3-point favorites.

Point Spread: No line was available at the time of this article due to the QB issue in Carolina.
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Tampa comes into Week two excited about beating the Browns 17-14; playing to the ‘under’ and the push to open their season. Second year QB Josh Freeman completed 17-of-28 passes while throwing for 182 yards to go with a TD/INT ratio of 2/1. He also ran for 35 yards. RB Cadillac Williams ran for 75 yards to pace the ground game in his return from injury. WR’s Michael Spurlock and Mike Williams combined for seven receptions and two TD catches. The Bucs defense led by Ronde Barber recorded two interceptions and a fumble recovery in the win.

Carolina comes into Week two not knowing who will be their starting QB after Matt Moore went down with a concussion and Jimmy Clausen took over. When he played, Moore threw for 182 yards with a TD/INT ratio of 1/3 with a fumble. RB DeAngelo Williams ran for only 62 yards for a ground attack that was pretty poor. WR Steve Smith had a nice opener hauling in five catches for 75 yards and a TD. The Panthers defense performed well confusing Eli Manning into throwing three INT’s and sacking him once while also recovering a fumble.

Eight of the L/10 meetings played in Carolina have been to the ‘under’. Against division opponents since 2008, the Buccaneers are 4-8 SU & 5-7 ATS. Carolina during that stretch against division opponents is 8-4 SU & 8-3 ATS. In games played on grass in the L/2 seasons, the Panthers have been $$$-makers going 18-8 SU & 14-11 ATS the L/26 times.

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Rams vs. Raiders Point Spread: Week 2 NFL Picks: September 19th 2010

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Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum will be the site for 2010 NFL betting action on Sunday, September 19th when the visiting St. Louis Rams clash with the Oakland Raiders. The last time these two teams played each other came back in 2006, the Rams took care of business shutting the Raiders out 20-0.

Point Spread: The Raiders currently sit at (-3.5) with the game ‘total’ set at 37.5; kickoff is set for 4:15 ET.
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Number one draft pick QB Sam Bradford struggled in his NFL debut, but that was to be expected. He completed 32-of-55 passes while throwing for 253 yards with a TD/INT ratio of 1/3. In Week two, he will have a hard time against a very stingy Raiders defense that will prey off his rookie mistakes. RB Steven Jackson rushed for only 81 yards and caught four passes. Newly acquired WR Mark Clayton was the player of the game for the Rams hauling in 10 receptions for 119 yards. Laurent Robinson added three catches including the lone TD pass by Bradford. The Rams defense was very physical forcing and recovering four fumbles and sacking Derek Anderson twice.

Oakland had a major letdown in Week 1 getting blasted 38-13 by Vince Young and the Titans. QB Jason Campbell lost a fumble and threw an INT, while managing to run for 34 yards, and pass for 180 yards and a TD to RB Darren McFadden. McFadden paced the ground game rushing for 95 yards and making six grabs for 55 yards while scoring the lone TD. TE Zach Miller added four grabs for 43 yards. K Sebastian Janikowski made 2-of-3 field goals for the rest of the scoring. The ’D’ recorded two sacks and recovered a fumble.

St. Louis has been horrendous when dogged winning outright only three times in its L/33 tries while posting a 13-20 ATS tally during that span. In September games dating back to 2008, the Rams have been unsuccessful losing all eight games and posting a 1-7 ATS tally. To tell you how bad Oakland has been in the L/2 years, they have only been favored twice the L/2 seasons and have a 0-2 record both SU & ATS to show for it. They are however a perfect 6-0 ATS if playing off a pointspread defeat!

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Seahawks vs. Broncos Point Spread: Week 2 NFL Picks: September 19th 2010

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Invesco Field at Mile High will be the host for NFL betting action at 4:05 ET on Sunday, September 19th when the Denver Broncos play host to the Seattle Seahawks. The last clash between these two teams in Denver back in 2006, the Seahawks won 23-20.

Point Spread: Head Coach Josh McDaniels’ Broncos are currently listed as 3.5-point favorites with the game ‘total’ set at 40.
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Head Coach Pete Carroll had a successful coaching debut in Seattle thanks to a 31-6 blowout over the 49ers. QB Matt Hasselbeck led the offensive explosion completing 18 of 23 passes in-route to throwing for 180 yards to go with a TD/INT ratio of 2/1, he also added a TD run. RB Justin Forsett ran for a measly 43 yards and caught three passes for 17 yards. WR’s Mike Williams, Deion Branch and Deon Butler combined for 8 receptions, 88 yards and 2 TD’s. The Seahawks defense led by Marcus Trufant had two INT’s including one that he ran back 32-yards for a TD, they also sacked Kyle Orton twice.

Denver comes into week two after a week showing in week one against the Jaguars. Rookie QB Tim Tebow made his debut but wasn’t a factor. QB Kyle Orton had a decent debut but it wasn’t enough. He completed 21 of 33 for 295 yards and a TD/INT ratio of 1/1. Starting RB Knowshon Moreno ran for 60 yards with a TD, while WR’s Brandon Lloyd led all receivers with 117 yards and Eddie Royal and Jabar Gaffney added a combined 11 catches for 132 yards and Gaffney’s TD catch. The defense got to QB David Garrard once during the game.

When dogged since 2008, the Seahawks have only won outright 3 times in their L/23 tries while posting a 7-15 ATS record during that span. In non-conference play in the L/2 years, they are 2-6 SU, but have cashed in 5 of 8 ATS. When favored in the L/2 seasons, the Broncos have only managed to churn out an 8-8 SU record & an atrocious 4-12 ATS. They’re a solid 6-2 SU, but split their games ATS (4-4) in September games dating back to 2007. Seven of the L/11 games in the series have been played to the ‘Over’.

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