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Jimmy Boyd

Game Details
Sep 24 '22, 7:00 PM in 12h
NCAA-F | Southern Miss vs Tulane
Play on: Southern Miss +13 -110 at linepros
Game Analysis

1* Free Pick on Southern Miss +13 -110

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Pick Released on Sep 18 at 09:07 pm

Marc Lawrence

Game Details
Sep 24 '22, 7:00 PM in 12h
NCAA-F | UNLV vs Utah State
Play on: Utah State +3 -110 at William Hill
Game Analysis

Play - Utah State (Game 416).

Edges - Aggies: 11-3 SU in this series, including 4-0-1 ATS as a dog … Rebels: 0-7 SUATS as a road favorite the last twelve years … In what appears to be the strong team favored here, we recommend a 1* play on Utah State. Thank you and good luck as always.

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Pick Released on Sep 23 at 08:47 pm


Game Details
Sep 24 '22, 12:00 PM in 5h
NCAA-F | Maryland vs Michigan
Play on: Michigan -17 -108 at linepros
Game Analysis

#328 ASA FREE PLAY ON Michigan -17 over Maryland, Saturday at 12 PM ET - Michigan is getting ripped in the national media for playing patsies to start the season. Yes, that has been the case but the fact is the Wolverines have done exactly what they were supposed to do destroying all 3 opponents (Colorado State, UConn, and Hawaii) by a combined score of 166-17! They’ve outgained those 3 opponents by a combined 900+ yards. Now they are hearing that they “haven’t played anybody” and they are coming into this game with a chip on their shoulder despite being double digit favorites. The Maryland offense is humming over the first 3 games but they’ve played defenses currently ranked 80th, 124th, and 131st (dead last) in total defense. They take a HUGE step up here facing a Michigan defense that is very good. The one decent team the Terps played so far this season, SMU, had a 27-20 lead heading into the 4th quarter (Maryland won 34-27) and the Mustangs outgained the Terps but had 3 turnovers, were shut out on downs TWICE inside the Maryland 10 yard line and missed a short FG. The Terps are 3-0 but this has been a common theme for them under head coach Locksley. Start the season on a high note and then once they step up in competition they get drilled. Last year the Terrapins started with a 4-0 record vs fairly average competition and in their next 2 games, both vs much better competition, they were blasted 51-14 by Iowa and 66-17 by Ohio State. In 2019 Maryland won their first 2 games and then in their first step up game they lost 59-0 to Penn State. Last year the Wolverines were favored by 16 @ Maryland and won 59-18. Now they are favored in the same range at home. Michigan has won and dominated this series winning 6 straight by an average score of 44-10 with each win coming by at least 21 points. Despite laying double digits, the value is on Michigan in this game.

Pick Released on Sep 23 at 08:42 pm

Brandon Lee

Game Details
Sep 24 '22, 12:00 PM in 5h
NCAA-F | Duke vs Kansas
Play on: OVER 66 -110
Game Analysis

Saturday's Free NCAAF Pick: Duke/Kansas OVER 66

I like the OVER 66 in Saturday's matchup between Kansas and Duke. I see this game easily getting into the 70s. Kansas has seen the OVER cash in each of their first games. The combined for 66 in a 56-10 win over Tennessee Tech in the opener, combined for 97 in a 55-42 OT win at West Virginia (84 points in regulation) and 78 last week in a 48-30 win over Houston. 

Kansas has shockingly transformed into an offensive juggernaut behind one of the best rushing attacks in the country. Jayhawks come in averaging a staggering 260 rushing yards/game and 7.4 yards/carry. They got a dynamic dual threat QB in Jalon Daniels, an experienced and underrated o-line and a plethora of playmakers at the skill position. 

I just don't see Duke being the team that slows them down. The best offense the Blue Devils have seen is Northwestern and they gave up 511 yards to the Huskies. 

Everyone has kind of caught on with the Kansas momentum after their back-to-back upset wins on the road against West Virginia and Houston. Thing is, Duke is also looking like a much improved offensive team. 

As good as David Cutcliffe was in his tenure, his offense had kind of run its course. They brought in new OC Kevin Johns from Memphis to spark that unit. So far, the results are positive. 

Not only has sophomore quarterback Riley Leonard looked great, Duke is averaging 205 rushing yards and 5.9 yards/carry. I think they can attack a leaky Jayhawks defense that gave up 400 yards in each of their two games against the Mountaineers and Cougars. KU has allowed a 67% completion rate and are giving up 7.5 yards/attempt. Leonard has completed 73.6% of his attempts and is averaging 10.6 yards/attempt. 

I got both of these teams easily getting into the 30s and would be shocked if this game didn't eclipse the 70 point mark. Give me the OVER 66! 

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Pick Released on Sep 21 at 04:26 pm

Sean Murphy

Game Details
Sep 24 '22, 12:00 PM in 5h
NCAA-F | Duke vs Kansas
Play on: OVER 64 -110
Game Analysis

Saturday CFB Free play. My selection is on the 'over' between Duke and Kansas at 12 noon et on Saturday.

This game has shootout written all over it as these two surprising 3-0 teams go head-to-head in Lawrence. Duke has certainly benefited from a fairly easy early season schedule, defeating Temple and North Carolina A&T at home and Northwestern on the road. It has ramped things up offensively in a hurry, scoring 30, 31 and 49 points with dual-threat QB Riley Leonard shining through three games. Leonard hasn't had to do much through the air but likely will against Kansas. I'm confident he can thrive against a Jayhawks defense that has become accustomed to getting involved in wild, high-scoring shootouts already this season. Kansas has scored an incredible 159 points through three games, including 48 in a stunning rout of Houston, on the road no less, last week. QB Jalon Daniels has been incredible, picking up right where he left off at the end of last season. After falling behind by two touchdowns early against the Cougars last week, Daniels led the Jayhawks on four touchdown drives in a 17-minute span in the first half. Both of these teams boast quick-strike ability on offense and have been prone to lapses in concentration and execution on defense. Expect more of the same on Saturday. We're dealing with a lofty total but given these two teams combined to score 85 points with arguably weaker offenses last year, I don't believe it will prove to be high enough. Take the over.

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Pick Released on Sep 19 at 10:24 am