Week 5 – And it keeps getting better! 5 Wins vs 2 Losses

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The 7 selections were suspect from the start. The favorites giving too many points and our underdogs not getting enough. The only game that shaped up as obvious was Arkansas +9 against Texas A&M at a neutral site, the JerryDome. Arkansas had been playing well plus they are big and run the ball well. Texas A&M was reading their own press till late in the game, and at that time they were trying to justRead More

Week 4 – The BREAKOUT, 7 Wins vs 4 Losses

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And it could have been better.  In our Favorites section we had three obvious blowouts. Michigan State blew past a severely outmanned Eastern Mi plus Texas A&M was looking for poll points picking on SMU, a team in total disarray.  Arkansas proved the Texas Tech thumping was no fluke and crunched the perennial MAC powerhouse Northern IL.  BYU and Pittsburgh both put forth bad efforts and were our losers.  On the underdog side, we hadRead More

Week 5 – 2014 “High % @UWinCollege Free Picks”

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Week 4 got us off breakeven and heading in the right direction.  And it could have been better. The week totaled 7 wins versus 4 losses, a 63.6% win rate. That brings us to 25 wins vs 21 losses, 54.3% for the season. Now we are heading in the right direction. In our Favorites section we had three obvious blowouts. Michigan State blew past a severely outmanned Eastern Mi plus Texas A&M was looking for poll points picking onRead More

Week 4 – 2014 “High % @UWinCollege Free Picks”

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We have been through 3 tough opening weeks of the season and we are a net 1 game winner (18-17) on 35 total recommendations. Adding it up, based on a 100 bill, $1,800 wins versus $1,870 total losses, the $70 difference is juice not covered by winnings. Not exactly our goal but by now, I know a few who are already down big due to the favorites struggling this year against lesser opponents. Michigan couldn’t coverRead More

Week 3 – Steady into the Headwinds

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We have been through 3 tough opening weeks of the season and we are a net 1 game winner (18-17) on 35 total recommendations. Adding it up we have made on a 100 bill, $1,800 wins versus $1,870 total losses, the $70 difference is juice not covered by winnings. Not exactly our goal but by now, I know a few who are already down big due to the favorites struggling this year against lesser opponents.Read More

Week 2 – Nobody said it was going to be easy, breakeven for games

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Week 2 started in the same manner as Week 1. There were a total of 12 picks. And we won the first 4. Starting on Friday night Pittsburgh covered handily against Boston College. And the nightcap had Nevada covering against Washington State. On Saturday Penn State covered against Akron and Oklahoma blew out Tulsa to keep bragging rights in that part of the state. Then the bottom fell out. Mississippi and Maryland failed to coverRead More

Week 1 – Right on schedule, a solid opening week.

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Week 1 was right in line, 6 Wins – 4 Losses – 1 PPD (Florida/Idaho) for a 60% win ratio. Anyone in the business knows a 60% win rate over the season is a big money maker. But it was a disappointing 60%. We started 5 Wins – 0 Losses with Penn State in Dublin the opening win. Virginia gave away 3 defensive touchdowns to UCLA and still covered. Then BYU, Colorado State, Arizona andRead More

Week 3 – 2014 “High % @UWinCollege Free Picks”

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Week 2 started in the same manner as Week 1. There were a total of 12 picks. And we won the first 4. Starting on Friday night Pittsburgh covered handily against Boston College. The nightcap had Nevada covering against Washington State. On Saturday Penn State covered against Akron and Oklahoma blew out Tulsa to keep bragging rights in that part of the state. Then the bottom fell out. Mississippi and Maryland failed to cover as favoritesRead More

Week 2 – 2014 “High % @UWinCollege Free Picks”

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Week 1 is always one of apprehension. We post all of our picks for the world to see. In your face blather where the studs will pick both sides of a game, then call saying how good they are to the winning 1/2 just does not fit in our wheelhouse. We know if our fundamental point spread analysis spots the tendencies consistently we have something that will serve us as a money maker for allRead More