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Purdue vs. Indiana Basketball Pick from Jimmy Boyd: February 19th 2015

Jimmy Boyd - College Basketball PickPurdue vs. Indiana
College Basketball Pick: Purdue +4.5 (February 19th 2015)
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Outside of Wisconsin, the Boilermakers have been the hottest team in the Big Ten. Purdue is 6-1 SU and 7-0 ATS in their last 7 games. While Indiana comes in off a 19-point home win over Minnesota (90-71), that looks impressive after watching the Golden Gophers lose at home to Northwestern last night. The Hoosiers are just 3-4 in their last seven games and haven’t won back-to-back games since the middle of January.

Purdue won 83-67 at home over Indiana back on Jan. 28 and did so by shooting an impressive 59% from the field, while holding the Hoosiers to just 38%. I do expect Indiana to play better at home, but I still like the Boilermakers to come away with the win. Either way the value is with the Boilermakers as a 4.5-point dog in a game that likely will come down to the wire.

Purdue is 4-0 ATS in their last 4 versus a team that’s won more than 60% of their games, 16-5 ATS in their last 21 conference games and 12-4 ATS in their last 16 road games when playing only their 2nd game in a week. These trends combine to form a strong 78% (32-9) system in favor of the Boilermakers. Take Purdue!

Central Michigan vs. Purdue Point Spread & Pick from John Ryan: September 6th 2014

John Ryan - College Football PickCentral Michigan vs. Purdue
Betting Pick: Central Michigan +3.5 point spread (September 6th 2014)
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I have already nailed TWO huge DOGS in Texas A&M and Texas-San Antonio in Week 1. I am entering my 21st season of professional wagering and I can tell you that ‘value’ is a word I just don’t like when it comes to handicapping analysis. Value in my world, means identifying a team that is vastly under rated on it’s own merit and NOT based on a betting line. Texas A&M was expected to lose badly to South Carolina and were installed as 11 point dogs. However, the matchups I featured in the report clearly showed why I completely believed they would win SU. I study fundamental matchups and game situations, but i also use technical tools to support a graded play from the Simulator. Here is a truly awesome system that has feasts on false favorites and has posted a 27-14 mark for 66% winners making 24 units/unit wagered since 1992. It has averaged a very nice +144 DOG line. Play against a home team using the money line (PURDUE) and is a team with a horrible scoring defense last season that allowed 35 or more points/game and with 8 or more offensive starters including the QB returning, in games played during the first two weeks of the season. 5* play on Central Michigan University.

Ryan is hitting 67% ATS with his CFB plays, went 5-1 ATS in his 2013 Games of the Year, and went 48-28 ATS for 63.1% ATS with his 10* Top Rated Best bet Titans in 2013. Here is a money saving card featuring THREE of his BEST BET Top Rated Titans on the early afternoon card. Backed by his award winning research!

Last NFL season Ryan went 49-26-2 ATS and went an incredible 11-2 ATS in his Games of the Year (6-1 ATS NFL and 5-1 ATS CFB). Now is the perfect time to get a full season subscription. In the NCAAF 2013 season he went 48-28 ATS and added a very impressive 10-3 ATS mark with his Conference Games of the Month.

Tom Stryker’s Football Pick for the Purdue vs. Western Michigan game on August 30th 2014

Tom Stryker - College Football PickPurdue vs. Western Michigan
Betting Pick: Purdue -10 (August 30th 2014)
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A pair of 1-11 SU teams from a year ago will do battle in West Lafayette on Saturday. Things didn’t go well for Purdue head coach Darrell Hazell in his first season and he’ll have the Boilermakers ready to make a statement against one of the MAC’s weakest teams.

Technically speaking, this isn’t a bad spot for PU. According to my notes, game one favorites priced at -7 or more are a strong 18-2 SU and 13-7 ATS provided they won two games or less the previous season. That bodes well for the Boilers. Also, double-digit MAC underdogs are a stiff 2-35 SU and 14-23 ATS in their last 37 against Big 10 foes including just 0-13 SU and 3-10 ATS at game two or less. That spells trouble for the Broncos.

Once a force in the “Little Big 10″ Conference (what I like to call the MAC), WMU has struggled something fierce posting a dismal 24-40 SU and 21-36-2 ATS record in its last 64 games including a disturbing 6-25-2 ATS in this set priced as an underdog of +24 or less. Also, against Big 10 opponents, Western Michigan is a woeful 0-12 SU and 3-9 ATS in its last 12 tries and has lost by an average of 19.3 points per game.

The Boilermakers brass has decided to issue free admission for students to Saturday’s game against the Broncos. That means coach Hazell, Morgan Burker and president Mitch Daniels are picking up the tab to fill the stands. Rest assured, PU will look to impress with the Ross-Ade Stadium potentially full. Take Purdue. Thank you and best of luck, Tom Stryker.