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Jeff Allen betting Louisville -10 over North Carolina on September 9th 2017

Louisville Cardinals vs. North Carolina Tar Heels
Football Point Spread Pick: Louisville -10 (September 9th 2017)
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The North Carolina defense looked lost late against a rebuilding Cal outfit that most had relegated to the Pac-12 basement at the start of the year. Louisville a bit ambushed by a fired up and match improved Purdue team. Lamar Jackson is once again off to a fast start and we can expect a much more focused and prepared Louisville team to take care of business.

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NCAAF: Cornhuskers vs. Ducks Point Spread Pick from Alex Smart: September 9th 2017

Nebraska Cornhuskers vs. Oregon Ducks
Point Spread Pick: Oregon -14 points (September 9th 2017)
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The Cornhuskers enter into this game barely getting by Arkansas state last week, and now have to deal with a strong Oregon side , that scored 77 points in their opener and now have  revenge on board for 35-32 loss last year in this series. With the Huskers suffering from multiple injuries including their top three WRs , things don’t look good for them this week. I expect Willie Taggarts Ducks to swoop down on the Cornhuskers and get a conclusive win and cover . It must be noted Taggart is 13-0 ATS L/13 off a win in the first half of the season.

OREGON is 27-12 ATS L/39 after outrushing opponent by 200 or more yards last game.

Favorites of 10.5 to 21 points like Oregon – top tier offense from last season – averaged 6.4 or more yards/play, with an experienced QB returning as starter, in the first month of the season are 36-10 ATS over the L/10 seasons for a 78% conversion rate for bettors.

Projected score: Oregon 46 Nebraska 24

Teddy Covers betting the ‘Under’ in the LSU vs. BYU game on September 2nd 2017

LSU vs. BYU
College Football Betting Pick: Over 47 points (September 2nd 2017)
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LSU’s offense crashed and burned repeatedly throughout the Les Miles era in Baton Rouge.  Their skill position talent was just fine, loaded with NFL prospects at WR, RB and on the offensive line.

But the execution was rarely there, hence the Tigers finishing the 2016 campaign by averaging less than 30 points per game for the second time in the previous three seasons and the fourth time in the last seven years.

We can expect the Tigers new offense, under first year coordinator Matt Canada to look quite different than last year’s version.  They’ll be running some triple option with QB Danny Etling, but they’ll also be taking downfield shots in the passing game on a consistent basis. How about this quote from senior starting left tackle KJ Malone: “I can see how it’s hard for a defense to game plan around it, just because you don’t know who’s going to get the ball. I’ve been with the offense through the spring, and I still don’t know who’s going to get the ball sometimes.”

Or how about this quote, from staring linebacker Devin White: “It’s the hardest thing to defend in the world. You’ve got so much different movements going on. You can say it’s option. He’s got options to run and pass in same play. It’s hard. They know what they’re doing, but I don’t know what they’re doing. That’s the glory of it.”

BYU’s defense is not loaded with speed, and they’ve not no film to analyze to break down the new LSU offense.  The Cougars lost three starters from their defensive line to graduation, and the secondary, on paper, looks spotty at best.  Playing on the fast track of the Superdome, don’t be shocked in the slightest if the Tigers approach this total all by themselves.

But BYU can put some points on the board themselves, working out the kinks after last week’s sluggish opener, managing only 13 first downs against 1-AA Portland St.  Head coach Kilane Sitake certainly isn’t panicking: “Obviously, I wish we should have played differently and not made so many mistakes, but I know what our coaches are capable of and I know what our players are capable of. If we had played our best game and the same result would have happened, I would have been grateful for the win, but I would have been a little nervous about how good we are.”

Cougars starting QB Tanner Mangum led the team to nine wins as a freshman, but lost his starting job when senior QB Taysom Hill returned for the 2016 campaign.  Mangum has NFL caliber arm strength, primed to make enough plays in the passing game here to send this game Over the total.  Take the Over.

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