Week 5 – Nerves of Steel lead to a Big Win!

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How about 4 Wins – 1 Loss for Week 5! And we did it with plays no one in their right mind would do, but results like this prove we are a disciplined numbers oriented player. We now have some of the House money after 5 weeks and looking good to roll to our minimum 60% winning season. Central FL gave the first sign of a good week coming together. After outplaying South Carolina andRead More

Week 5 “High %” @UWinCollege Selections

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Nerves of Steel.  If you thought last weeks list was a heart stopper wait till you get a look at this week.  Last week we broke even at 3Wins versus 3Losses following Week 3’s, 3Wins-1Loss record.  The 3 losses were on dog teams that played like the mutts they are, especially Indiana and Purdue.  Losers to the spread in a big way and looking miserable doing it.  Our 3 wins were a credit to theRead More

Week 4 – Back to Ho Hum

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We went 3 Wins and 3 Losses for the week.  Both Utah’s came to play and covered, and Akron covered after giving up 14 points in the 4th quarter to LA LA and then giving us a break with a late back door cover.  Other than that, Purdue laid down @Wisconsin showing why they continue to be classified as a bad team.  Indiana is the other lay down team embarrassing themselves at home, but theyRead More

Week 4 “High %” @UWinCollege Selections

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Last week went well. 3 Wins versus 1 Loss. Tennessee couldn’t run with Oregon, as predicted. Nevada couldn’t run in the heat and humidity with Florida, as predicted. Towards the end of the 1st half Nevada was close, then got blown out in the 2nd half. Ball State would fall to a hot day in Texas, eerily as predicted. Ball State actually outplayed and led UNT 27-9 with just a couple of minutes left inRead More

Week 3 – A Great Week in Anybody’s Book!

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The Numbers kicked in this week and has us heading in the right direction.  How about 3 Wins versus 1 Loss for the week, a 75% winning percentage.  The reduced number of picks is a reflection of selecting only those games that meet situational criteria that has a very high percentage of covering.  Giving big points on a couple of heavy favorites (Oregon and Florida State) proved favorable on very little anxiety, both won goingRead More

Week 3 “High %” @UWinCollege Selections

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Again, looking at only our high percentage category picks we are back to just a few selections. Tennessee is big, but can they run? And run they will because that is all that Oregon does, run, run, and run some more. Look for this game to cover late. Nevada got blown out on the road to a good UCLA team and guess what, they are playing another team loaded with talent. Kick in the heatRead More

Week 2 – Another Ho-Hum Week, but it was exciting!

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Early in this season we have seen an inordinate amount of favorites cover some big spreads, plus the bad teams from last year, are again consistently very bad this year.  This week was trying in that we had a good start with Miami covering against Florida but straight downhill from there.  Air Force and Army lost to the spread by wide margins and it is clear both are not competitive and will cover very fewRead More

Week 2 “High %” @UWinCollege Selections

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@UWinCollege.com Week 2 (Thursday September 5, 2013 thru Saturday September 7, 2013) Week 1 produced some excitement but for the wrong reasons.  Victimized by Lane Kiffin of USC who more than likely will be fired either during the season or immediately thereafter.  The over/under on him being fired is 8 games into the season.  USC was just simply lazy and sloppy, similar to last year.  Plus Skip Holtz continues to be a below average headRead More

Week 1 – A Ho Hum Start

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The record for the 1st week was 2 Wins and 3 Losses for our high percentage picks. Believe me, we are not worried as we know the numbers will work out for the season, we just had a couple of extremely poor coaches come up based on our situational model. And we stick with our model for the season, remember, our recommendations are about numbers, not personal out-of-the-thin-blue-air picks. Our wins came late after losingRead More