Week 10 – 2014 High % @UWinCollege Free Picks

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Last week was the best of the season! Both of our big Underdogs covered and are examples of why betting college football is incredibly difficult. Nebraska was a 20 point home Favorite over Rutgers, a team playing on the road against a solid Big 10 team for the second week in a row. Rutgers had lost 56-17 the previous week to Ohio State. Rutgers lost their QB before halftime but managed to score 24 andRead More

Week 9 – Your welcome loyal followers, 8-2 this week!

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The best week of the season! Both of our big Underdogs covered and are examples of why betting college football is incredibly difficult. Nebraska was a 20 point home Favorite over Rutgers, a team playing on the road against a solid Big 10 team for the second week in a row. Rutgers had lost 56-17 the previous week to Ohio State. Rutgers lost their QB before halftime but managed to score 24 and cover byRead More

Week 9 – 2014 High % @UWinCollege Free Picks

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It was an up and down week. We started with a loss from Texas State on a Tuesday night.  They were a favorite but not even close to being competitive.  Same with North Texas against Southern Miss.  Both teams should never give points to anyone, and both are now reverting back to being very bad teams.  Louisville is not as good as bettors think and Kentucky got back to being Kentucky, losing miserably to LSU.  Our underdogRead More

Week 8 – Winning is always good

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It was an up and down week. We started with a loss from Texas State on a Tuesday night.  They were a favorite but not even close to being competitive.  Same with North Texas against Southern Miss.  Both teams should never give points to anyone, and both are now reverting back to being bad teams.  Louisville is not as good as bettors think and Kentucky got back to being Kentucky, losing miserably to LSU.  Our underdogRead More

Week 8 – 2014 “High % @UWinCollege Free Picks”

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Week 7 is halfway through the 14 week season. We posted a 53% win rate with a record of 35 Wins vs 31 Losses. Breakeven is 52.38% when you calculate the 10% house markup for losing picks. Our goal is 60% and we are far from it. Week 7 was confirmation that we have been on the wrong side of the analysis for too long. It is time for the selections to turn. Week 7Read More

Week 7 – For the first 1/2 of the season we are a small, but disappointed winner

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Week 7 is halfway through the 14 week season. We posted a 53% win rate with a record of 35 Wins vs 31 Losses. Breakeven is 52.38% when you calculate the 10% house markup for losing picks. Our goal is 60% and we are far from it. Week 7 was confirmation that we have been on the wrong side of the analysis for too long. It is time for the selections to turn. Week 7Read More

Week 6 – So close, but yet so far

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Winning big was just a matter of 5 total points. Our selections were some of the weakest of the season. We knew it going in, but also know the selections are what they are. Have to play them. And as bad as they were, the list almost became the best of the season. Wake Forest was our pathetic pick of the week, a team with a freshman QB replacement. However, other that a late fieldRead More

Week 7 – 2014 “High % @UWinCollege Free Picks”

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Our selections for Week 6 were some of the weakest of the season. We knew it going in, but also know the selections are what they are. Have to play them. And as bad as they were, the list almost became the best of the season. Wake Forest was our pathetic pick of the week, a team with a freshman QB replacement. However, other than a late field goal by FL State the 38 pointsRead More

Week 6 – 2014 “High % @UWinCollege Free Picks”

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Week 5 had a list of suspects and guess what, a 5W 2L finish. A perfect case of looking at the list and thinking this is about the last thing I would do. Here is why we stick with them. Our assumptions and game situations were defined prior to the season, and they are fixed in stone for the complete season. That is why you see a Week 6 list that has suspects riddled throughout.Read More