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2010 Week 3 College Football Point Spreads: September 18th 2010

2010 WEEK 3 COLLEGE FOOTBALL POINT SPREADSSome shockers went down in the second week of the 2010-11 college football betting season with two more FBS teams falling to FCS opponents! North Dakota State pulled the shocker against Kansas in Week 1, but the biggest head scratcher came last Saturday when Virginia Tech was upended at home by the mighty James Madison Duke; Boise State wasn’t a fan! Alabama cruised to 2-0 with a SU & ATS win over Penn State, but the most impressive win of the weekend went down in Knoxville, TN where the Oregon Ducks battled back from a 13-3 deficit and ended up pounding the Volunteers 48-13.


Here’s a look at some of the juicier match-ups Week 3 has to offer for Saturday, September 18th:

Maryland vs. #21 West Virginia – This rivalry was put on hold the L/2 seasons but 2010’s battle is certain to pack a punch with both clubs entering Saturday afternoon’s contest undefeated.

#8 Nebraska vs. Washington – Jake Locker looks to get back into the good graces of the Heisman voters when he leads the Huskies up against Big Red and the Blackshirts; U-Dub’s 4-1 ATS L/5 as home dogs.

#10 Florida vs. Tennessee – You’ll be hard pressed to find two teams that hate each other more! The Volunteers look to rebound from last week’s loss and snap their five-game losing streak vs. the Gators.

Mississippi State vs. #15 LSU – The Tigers have dominated this series winning 17 of the L/18 meetings, but HC Mullen’s squad has gotten closer to pulling the upset each of the L/2 seasons.

#6 Texas vs. Texas Tech – Longhorns invade Lubbock looking to avenge the last second 39-33 loss it absorbed the last time it took to the turf of Jones AT&T Stadium. Home team’s won three in a row.

#9 Iowa vs. #24 Arizona – The Hawkeyes waxed the Wildcats in Iowa City last season allowing just 190 yards overall. AZ QB Nick Foles is now a year wiser and wants a crack back at this defense; bad!

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Kansas City Chiefs vs. Cleveland Browns Odds & Pick: September 19th 2010

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Cleveland Browns
Pick: Cleveland Browns -1 -110 odds
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This pick falls into one of my top NFL systems and the Chiefs despite pulling out a big win on Monday Night have a lot of work to do on both sides of the ball. Even though I had Kansas City winning outright Monday if the weather was perfect San Diego would have won fairly easily. Kansas City only put up 197 total yards including just 62 yards through the air. The Chargers put up 389 total yards against this Chiefs defense and that included passing for 280 yards in terrible weather. The Browns looked good in their season opener putting up 340 total yards with 236 yards through the air and those numbers will only get better against this Chiefs defense Sunday afternoon. The Browns come into this game a perfect 4-0 ATS after a loss and 6-0 ATS in their last 6 games against an AFC opponent. The Chiefs are just 2-8 against the spread in their last 10 games when playing on Sunday after playing on Monday Night. The Browns get the win at home Sunday afternoon against the Chiefs so take them as my Week 2 NFL Free Betting Pick.

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MLB Baseball Betting Picks for September 14th 2010

Below are MLB baseball betting picks for September 14th 2010 from handicappers. If you are looking for free MLB baseball picks on a daily basis or premium picks from our MLB baseball betting experts visit each day.

Pick: Cleveland Indians -113 (Bryan Leonard)
The Indians just faced Scott Kazmir last week and he shut them down allowing a single run in 6 innings of work. But that has been the exception for Kazmir this season as he enters play with a whopping 6.09 ERA on the road. Cleveland had made a living out of pounding the veteran before that start. They had scored 17 earned runs in his previous 13.1 innings against the Tribe. Now after seeing the lefty just last week we expect another beating at the hands of the Tribe. Cleveland has won 4 of the last 7 meetings including 3 of 6 this year in Anaheim. This is actually the first time this season that the Angels have traveled to Cleveland. Los Angeles is just 10-22 their last 32 on the road, and as we have mentioned in the past this is a veteran team that is used to the postseason. They can’t be too excited to play these meaningless late season road games.

Pick: Philadelphia Phillies -147 (Jimmy Boyd)
Adalberto Mendez shut the Phillies down in his MLB debut last week, but I don’t expect his second outing against the NL East leaders to go as smoothly. Now that the Phillies have seen him, I fully expect them to hit him. Philly has won 15 of its last 18 on the road against the Marlins, including 6 of 7 this year, and it should be in good hands with Cole Hamels, who enters in top form. The southpaw hasn’t given up a run in his last 25 innings of work. The Phillies are a dominant 10-1 in their last 11 road games vs. a team with a winning record, and I expect them to build on this trend tonight. Take Philly.

Pick: Milwaukee Brewers +100 (Rob Vinciletti)
On Tuesday the MLB Free play is on the Milwaukee Brewers. Game 959 at 8:05 eastern. Houston qualifies in a negative system here tonight that pertains to certain home favorites off a home favored win, if they scored 4 or less runs with 10 more hits and 10 or more men left on base if the total was 8 or less and the opponent tonight is off a road dog loss and scored 2 or less runs. Home favorites in this role are several games under .500. The Brewers are a live dog here tonight. They average 5 runs per game in road games this year as well. On the mound they C. Capuano tonight. Capuano has been real good of late and has allowed just 2 runs in 12 innings of work as he finally appears to be healthy from all the injuries. B. Norris of Houston has been disappointing this season with a 4.90 era. Over his last 3 starts he has a horrendous 6.06 era. Look for Milwaukee to get the win tonight. On the Tuesday late phone card I have the 6* MLB Second half total of the year form a 100% totals system that averages nearly 14 runs per game. I also have a secondary totals play in AL action that has cashed 14 of 16 times and has several high end power angles attached. Monday card swept MLB and NFL. Jump on and cash big tonight. For the free play take the Brewers. RV

Pick: Chicago White Sox -109 (Jeff Alexander)
It’s now or never for the White Sox if they hope to catch the Twins in the AL Central race. I don’t think they’ll be able to catch Minnesota, but they’ll fight hard to make it interesting. They’ll start with a win in this series opener. The Sox are in good hands with Danks, who is carrying an ERA of 1.29 in two home starts against the Twins this season. Plus, the White Sox are 5-2 in Danks’ last 7 home starts vs. Minnesota. Liriano is having a sensational season, but he has been susceptible on the road, where he is carrying a 4.16 ERA. He has also been susceptible against the White Sox, carrying an ERA of 6.23 in 7 career starts against them. It is also worth noting that the Twins are only 11-24 in their last 35 games as a road underdog and 33-56 in road games against left-handed starters over the last 3 seasons. Take the Sox.

Penn State vs. Kent State Odds & Pick: September 18th 2010

Penn State vs. Kent State
Pick: Penn State -21 -110 odds
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Penn State’s offense is now led by freshman QB Robert Bolden. Bolden looked good in their 44-17 season opening victory in an unlined game against Youngstown State. It was a little quick to throw him to the wolves last Saturday when playing on the road against the defending national champions, Alabama, who possibly owns the best defensive unit in the country. Penn State didn’t perform that bad, as the offensive line didn’t allow Alabama to sack QB Bolden even once in his 29 attempts, while he completed 13 of 29 passes for 144 yards. Penn State returns home to host an outgunned Kent State squad that has allowed 474 passing yards in their first 2 games, against Murry State and Boston College. HC Paterno will use last week’s tough loss to teach QB Bolden to be a better college quarterback, and things will only get easier in front of their home fans while taking a huge drop in class against Kent State. With Head Coach Joe Paterno is 17-8 ATS at home following a road loss, expect the Lions to turn things around this Saturday

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Los Angeles Angels vs. Cleveland Indians Odds & Pick: September 14th 2010

Los Angeles Angels vs. Cleveland Indians
Pick: Under 9 Runs -110 odds
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A rematch from last week takes place in Cleveland as the Indians host the Angels on Tuesday night. The Angels enter tonight’s game as winners of four straight games as they get their second straight look at Josh Tomlin. He gave up three runs and three hits in six innings pitched against the Angels on September 8th. He’s 2-1 with a 3.18 ERA in three home starts. Tomlin will face an Angels offense that has scored just four runs per game in their last seven games while hitting just .215 as a team over that span. Cleveland’s bullpen is 8-11 with a 3.67 ERA at home blowing only seven saves this season.

The Indians offense hasn’t been much better lately. They have gone Under the total in nine straight games while scoring more than five runs in a game just once. They’ll face an improving Scott Kazmir who has given up seven runs and 12 hits in his last 17.3 innings pitched. He gave up one run and two hits in six innings of work the last time he faced the Indians. Shelley Duncan (2-10), Travis Hafner (1-6), Asdrubal Cabrera (0-6), Jayson Nix (1-5), Matt LaPorta (0-3), Michael Brantley (0-3), and Chris Gimenez (0-1) have poor numbers against the lefty. Cleveland is hitting just .215 in their last seven games. They have gone Under in 38 of their 71 home games this season, and we expect another low-scoring game tonight.

Boston Red Sox vs. Seattle Mariners Odds & Pick: September 14th 2010

Boston Red Sox vs. Seattle Mariners
Pick: Boston Red Sox -125 odds
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At 10:10 pm, our complimentary selection is on the Boston Red Sox over the Seattle Mariners. Righthander Daisuke Matsuzaka may have turned in his worst start of the season in his last outing at home against the Rays, but he’s probably not too worried about a repeat as he heads into Seattle for a start against the Mariners. Dice-K is 2-1 with a 3.65 ERA in just over 44 career innings vs. Seattle and he had a very good start there back on July 18, and although the Sox lost that game, that was back when their offense all banged up and not producing like it is now. The Sox have been doing very well in his recent road starts, going 4-2 in his last six starts away from Fenway Park, and going back further, they are 24-10 in his last 34 road outings. Lucas French is a young lefthander who has never faced Boston before, but he could be in for a bit of a unpleasant surprise tonight as the Sox are the third-best team hitting southpaws in the American League with a .269 seasonal batting average against them so far. French has had four home starts this year and only one of them (August 29) was against a team with anywhere near the offense that Boston possesses (the Twins). French’s other three outings at Safeco were against the Royals, Indians, and Athletics. Tonight will be his toughest test at home so far this season. Take the Red Sox. As always, good luck…Al McMordie. And, whatever you do, don’t miss my 49-0 ATS Winner in Friday’s College Football. It’s available right now, and could end up being the strongest play I release this season!

New York Yankees vs. Tampa Bay Rays Odds & Pick: September 14th 2010

New York Yankees vs. Tampa Bay Rays
Pick: Tampa Bay Rays -140 odds
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The Yankees are in their worst run of the season. They have dropped four straight games for the first time this year and they are 1-7 over their last eight games as the offense has completely shut down. New York has averaged 2.9 rpg over this eight-game stretch. The Yankees have dropped the first four games of this roadtrip and going back to the last series with Tampa Bay, they are 7-12 in their last 19 road games.

Tampa Bay took a half-game lead with last night’s extra-inning victory and improved to 4426 at home on the season. This includes wins in 10 of its last 12 games at Tropicana Field. The pitching took a big hit during the recent roadtrip but playing at home is the perfect cure as on the season the Rays have a 3.43 ERA and 1.18 WHIP compared to 4.21 and 1.33 on the road respectively.

This is the best time for Matt Garza to face New York as his track record is not very good.

The Rays have lost his last seven starts against the Yankees despite him pitching fairly solid in those games. He has faced New York just once this season and itched good enough to win but the Rays dropped a 5-4 game. He has been outstanding at home this season with a 3.24 ERA and 1.12 WHIP in 13 starts with the Rays going 10-3 in those games. Going back further, the Rays are 20-7 in Garza’s last 27 starts as a home favorite.

New York sends Ivan Nova to the hill and he has been a decent addition to the rotation. He has not allowed more than three runs in any of his four starts but he has only one quality outing to show for it. His overall ERA is a solid 2.92 but his WHIP is 1.34 and that is rather high so he is allowing baserunners but has been fortunate to have been able to get out of jams.

Tampa Bay also falls into a great league-wide situation.

Play on American League favorites with a moneyline between -125 and -175 that are averaging between 4.7 and 5.2 rpg going up against a starter whose ERA is 4.20 or better after a combined score of three runs or less. This situation is 36-8 (81.8 percent) since 1997. Also, the Rays are 24-9 this season against American League starters with an ERA of 3.50 or better. 3* Tampa Bay Rays

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Tennessee Titans Odds & Pick: September 19th 2010

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Tennessee Titans
Pick: Tennessee Titans -5 -110 odds
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What an awesome start in Week 1 where I went 6-2 (75%) and hit all four of of my *10* selections; in fact, dating back to the pre-season, I’m on an absolutely incredible 8-1 (89%) *10* NFL TOP PLAY run! And this of course comes after the fact that I finished as the #4 NFL Capper in the Nation last year, as independently documented by the Sports Watch of Las Vegas.

It’s now time to focus on Week 2; so let’s take a closer look at the Pittsburgh Steelers who travel to Tennessee to take on the Titans.

For a number of different reasons I believe the value in this contest is on the home side:

Pittsburgh looked sharp on the defensive side of the ball in its 15-9 overtime win over the Atlanta Falcons last week, and it’s going to have to once again step it up on defense if it has any shot whatsoever at competing against the Titans.

Tennessee annihilated Oakland 38-13, and I firmly believe we’re going to see a similar outcome in this one.

Dating back to last season, the Steelers are in fact just 3-7 ATS their last ten on the road. Not only that, but over the last two years Pittsburgh is only 2-3 ATS vs. AFC South division opponents.

It’s also notorious to getting out to slow starts; just 2-6 ATS over the last two seasons in the month of September.

Tennessee on the other hand is a stellar 5-1 ATS over the last two years vs. AFC North division opponents; also 6-2 ATS during the month of September; 10-6 ATS in front of the home town crowd and 14-9 ATS when playing the roll of favorite.

There is no question in my mind that this line should be higher. Vince Young had one of his best days ever last week, completing 13 of 17 for 154 yards and two touchdowns; his 142.8 passer rating was the highest of his entire career.

Chris Johnson was a beast and ran for 142 yards and two TD’s, despite the Raiders focusing on him in a vain attempt to slow him down.

Dennis Dixon on the other hand was 18 of 26 for 236 yards; he gave up an INT, but at least two other passes of his could have easily been intercepted if not dropped by the Falcons.

So the bottom line is this: if the Steelers focus on the run, they are going to get burned by Young; if they look to stop the pass, well…obviously Johnson is going to torch them.

I expect another monster blowout here…consider a second look at the TENNESSEE TITANS in this situation. Be sure to Visit Touthouse.comm for more NFL football betting picks from Nick.

Baltimore Ravens vs. New York Jets Pick & Odds: September 13th 2010

Baltimore Ravens vs. New York Jets
Pick: Under 37 Points -110 odds
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A big weekend and I’m giving game #1 of Monday Night Football away for free! I went 6-1 ATS in college football with wins on Houston on Friday and Michigan, Kent State, NC State, Wyoming, and Air Force. The lone loss was on Tennessee who fell apart after holding a 13-3 lead early as +12 dogs on Oregon. Football started on Thursday and I picked up a win with the Vikings and on Sunday I went 3-0 getting wins on the Bucs, Texans, and Redskins late. Don’t miss my free pick and break down below.

The Jets open up as 3-point favorites in their debut of their new stadium. Money has poured in on the Ravens ironically and the line has moved accordingly as the Jets can be found at -1.5 to -2 point favorites. Nearly 70% of the public is buying into the Ravens and their improved offense.

Both teams are favored to wint he AFC conference this season by many as the Jets are 6 to 1 and the Ravens slightly more likely at 5 to 1.

The weather is rain early on Monday in New Jersey, but the weather conditions will clear by afternoon. Only a 30% chance of showers by kickoff for Monday night with temperatures around 70 degrees and winds at only six mph.

Key Players:
Jets finally signed Darelle Revis and he’ll likely match up man to man with Anquan Boldin. With that addition the Jets lose probably their top receiver for 4 games in Santonio Holmes who is suspended for the first 4 games. The Jets will have their two headed monster in the running game with Ladanian Tomlinson and Shonn Greene who should be plenty busy going up against the #5 rushing defense a year ago.

Ravens not only have a top defense, but they too can run the ball ranked #5 in the league last year running the ball with Ray Rice leading the way. Ravens were 18th in the passing game and have improved by roster moves with Boldin and TJ Houshmandzadeh to go along with Derek Mason. The defense is still this team’s strength. Ed Reed is out tonight and that could have an impact if the Jets decide to take some shots deep with Braylon Edwards or over the middle with Dustin Keller.

What Happens:
This game will be played in the trenches. These are two identical teams and this will be a close game no matter what. The Jets improved on their defense big time so I don’t think the additions in receivers for the Ravens are going to matter here. Kyle Wilson out of Boise State is a stud and can come up and stop the rush and make tackles and Cromarte has got speed and should be able to handle Mason opposite of Revis. The Jets run defense that ranked 8th in the league is far better with Kris Jenkins coming back from injury. The Ravens can forget about running up the middle in this game and will need to take it to the outside and move the ball with short passes and screens. This will make it difficult to score a lot of points.

On the other side of things the Jets offense is anchored by the offensive line and the running game. Ladanian Tomlinson looked good and he will be a nice change of pace for Shonn Greene who will get the tough yards while LT breaks outside with his speed. The problem is they are facing Ray Lewis and the Ravens rush defense here. While I think the Jets will have some success after all they were the #1 run offense a year ago I think this team is going to try to change things up and pass the ball to keep the Ravens off guard. That won’t be a good thing as I do not have much confidence in Sanchez yet. I think he struggles in his first game here, but expect him to get out on play actions and roll outs early where he has been successful. Get more NFL betting picks from Freddy at Touthouse

FREE PICK IS: Under 37 points (1.1 Dime Play)

Four MLB Baseball Picks To Consider Betting On September 13th 2010

Below are MLB baseball betting picks for September 13th 2010 from handicappers. If you are looking for free MLB baseball picks on a daily basis or premium picks from our MLB baseball betting experts visit each day.

Pick: Baltimore Orioles -121 (Steve Merril)
The Orioles are playing some good baseball right now; they’ve won six of their last eight games. They return home to host Toronto who has lost four of their last five games. Brian Matusz has been key in this turn around for Baltimore by winning three straight starts against the Yankees, Red Sox, and White Sox. The tall lefty has given up just six runs and 14 hits in his last 19 innings of work. Matusz struggled in his lone start against Toronto this season back in July, but he has turned things around since then. Toronto is 11-19 against southpaw pitchers this season while hitting .217 and scoring 3.5 runs per game against them. The Blue Jays are 34-37 on the road and hitting just .241 away from home. Toronto’s Marc Rzepczynski is struggling this season going 1-4 with a 6.63 ERA in eight starts. He has given up 12 runs and 18 hits in his last 14.7 innings pitched. The Blue Jays starter has faced the Orioles just once in his career. Last year, he gave up three runs and five hits in six innings of work against them. Baltimore is hitting nearly .300 as a team in their past eight games, and since they have one of the better records in the league since Buck Showalter took over, we’ll look for their winning ways to continue in this game tonight.

Pick: Yankees vs. Rays Over 8 (Rob Vinciletti)
On Monday the Free Play is on the Over in the Yankees at Tampa Bay game. Rotation numbers 919/920 at 7:10 eastern. These two teams have played 11 games with 9 of them flying over the total. Tonight their is a solid totals system that applies to this one. We want to play the over for road favorites off a road dog loss vs an opponent off a 1 run road dog loss. This system cashed in the low 80/s percent range. Both teams are scoring over 5 runs per game in divisional play. Tampa has played over in 8 of 10 September games, while the Yankees have gone over 9 of 13 times as a road favorite from -100 to -125. Tampa has been tearing it up of late averaging over 7 runs per game the past week. CC. Sabathia has a decent but not dominating 3.74 road era. D.Price pitching for Tampa has allowed 10 earned runs in 12+ innings in 2 starts vs the Yankees this year. Consider the over here tonight. On Monday its the NL Total of the Month with a Power system that averages over 13 runs per game + the NFL Triple Angle Winner. For the free play take the Yankees at Tampa to go over the total. RV

Pick: Houston Astros -135 (Matt Fargo)
The Astros salvaged a split in their series against the Dodgers with a win on Sunday. It was the offense that got it done yesterday, something that has not been happening too much. The pitching has been the story for Houston despite the recent three-game bump in the road. The pitching staff has allowed three runs or fewer in 21 of its last 30 games, posting a 3.02 ERA over that span, and it has allowed four runs or less in 33 of its last 45 games overall. The Brewers are coming off a 3-3 homestand following a series loss to the Cubs. Milwaukee was able to salvage the final game on Sunday thanks to a solid pitching performance from Yovani Gallardo but the offense remains a problem. The Brewers scoring only two runs during their three-game series, both of which were plated on Sunday, and they are hitting a mere .220 over their last 10 games. In three games played in Houston this season, Milwaukee has scored a total of two runs as well. The Astros have a significant advantage on the mound for this game. Houston sends Brett Myers to the mound and he is having an outstanding season and remains under the radar. He has a 2.91 ERA and 1.21 WHIP covering 29 starts and he has tossed 12 quality outings in his last 13 starts, all but one in which he has allowed two runs or fewer. Overall 22 of those 29 starts have been quality performances and that is a solid percentage. He has been extremely effective at home where he is 6-0 with a 2.23 ERA in 12 games with Houston going 10-2 in those contests. Christopher Narveson counters for the Brewers and while he has been effective of late, I am not sold. He has thrown three straight quality outings but his ERA has only gone from 5.52 to 5.20 showing just how bad he was before this. His numbers are slightly better on the road but considering Milwaukee’s struggles away from home recently, he is not in a good spot. The Brewers are 1-5 in their last six road games against teams with a winning home record. The Astros are 15-3 in their last 18 games when their opponent scores two runs or less in their previous game so the pitching has been able to extend the opposing offense’s struggles. Also Houston is 9-0 in the second half of the season this year against teams allowing 4.8 or more rpg. 3* Houston Astros

Pick: Boston Red Sox -165 (Doug Upstone)
The Seattle Mariners scoring seven total runs in being swept by the Angels is about as surprising Lady Gaga winning VMA award on MTV last night. The M’s are batting hellacious .234 as a team scoring 3.2 runs per game and will be significant home underdogs to Boston and Jon Lester (16-8, 3.26 ERA). This Monday, Play Against baseball underdogs with a money line of +125 to +175 who are batting .260 or less, (in this case well below) vs. an AL starting pitcher who has 3.50 ERA or lower on the season, when this frigid hitting squad is batting .200 or worse over their last three games. This system has been a winner 58 of the last 73 times.