I went 8-2 on posted picks and 1-0 with the newsletter ML parlay selection. Now 18-5 last two weeks, that is almost Saberesque. HA!!
I went 4-0 on totals last week, making me 13-1 over the last three weeks (all unders, just for you Doug). I also went 2-0 in the PAC 12 (3-0 w/ my Oregon -7 selection which I did not include since the line had moved to 8.5 – 9 by the time I got to my game summaries). I just love winning PAC 12 games.
Well, let’s see if we can find some more winners for this week.
Georgia – Auburn U 53
Went 2-1 in the SEC last week, but got hammered on the weekly video pick. 7-3 on the season with the weekly pick though, so hopefully we get back on track this week.
Sorry, I guess I am a “square,” but I am just not seeing why Utah is a 2 point favorite in Seattle. I have a lot more to say about this game here in this week’s Who to bet on Week #11: Sides and Totals to consider (in the article and in the comments section). Can Utah win this game? Absolutely, I just don’t know why they are favored over a team with more talent and on the road where they (the Utes) are 0-4 and the Huskies are 4-1 with wins over SDSU, Stanford & Oregon State. I guess I just don’t have enough “vision” to see what everyone else is obviously seeing.
Colorado – Arizona U 66
Matt Scott will sit out this game and Arizona will start JC transfer BJ Denker. But that is really just gravy because when we start seeing totals up in the mid 60′s, it usually takes two teams to cover and this Colorado offense is flat out terrible. Based on my numbers this is the worst offense in Division 1 football. Arizona’s defense is the PAC 12′s worst in terms of ypg allowed, but they’ve also played some monster offenses (Oregon, USC, UCLA, Oklahoma State). Colorado is nowhere in the same class as any of those offenses.
Kansas State – TCU U 60
The QB situation could be a little shaky for both teams in this one. Is Collin Klein 100%? We already know TCU’s QB situation isn’t nearly as good without Pachall. A pair of OT games have really inflated TCU’s defensive numbers (and offensive numbers), but despite that they’re still the 4th best D in the Big 12. These are also the top two red zone D’s in the league in terms of not allowing TDs.