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Washington State at OREGON (-15)

By Tony Weston, Featured Handicapper

After watching the first three quarters of the Lakers-Clippers, it was looking pretty good. Then they fell asleep offensively, pressed too much with their shots and stayed well under the total.

I've still won 5 of 7 days, and tonight I'm back on the hardwood with the biggest blowout on the entire card.

If there is one play you need to add to your mix tonight, it's this game.

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The Oregon Ducks looked dead in the water against the Washington Huskies. Instead, they ride into Saturday's game against Washington State enjoying a six-game win streak after their comeback win at rival Washington, and a jump to No. 11 in both the Associated Press Top 25.

The Ducks, the first Pac-12 team to start 4-0 in conference play since Stanford in 2017, are going put that defense to work this week against Washington State, slowing Mike Leach's offensive machine down.

Oregon still controls its own destiny in the Pac-12 North, and the path to a division title continues in against the next big obstacle.

The Ducks are winning because of the seventh-best scoring defense in the country. Years ago, under Chip Kelly, we talked about offense with this team. Now, we're talking about a stingy defense that I feel can go in and shut down the Cougars' high-powered offense after last week's confidence-building win against Washington.

Oregon's defense doesn't gets enough credit, and yet over its last six games it's allowed just 56 points - less than 10 points per game.

And Saturday we'll see the trend continue. The Ducks have shut down the air game of their opponents, allowing a modest 178.6 yards per game passing on average, 15th best in the nation.

Oregon held its first three conference opponents to less than 10 points for the first time since 1933, before giving up 31 to Washington. Prior to the Huskies, the Ducks allowed just one touchdown over the last 63 opponents' possessions.

Washington woke things up for the Ducks offense, as they fell behind. But behind the right arm of senior quarterback Justin Herbert and a physical run game, Oregon came back from 14 points down in the second half at Washington.

It marked the first two-touchdown second half comeback since 2008 at Purdue. Two of Herbert's four scoring strikes  passes came in the final quarter.

Too much confidence coming into this one.

Play Oregon here.


Colorado State at FRESNO STATE (-13.5)

By Jack Brayman, Featured Handicapper

Posted by 3 p.m. eastern on weekdays; 10 a.m. eastern on weekends.

My $10 bettors have won $33,130 the past 566 days after hitting yet another 200 Dimer, this one being the Washington Nationals (+175) against the Houston Astros in Game 1 of the World Series.

I didn't just take a shot with the Nationals, I definitively broke down how Gerrit Cole would get rocked, and that Max Scherzer was the better pitcher in the matchup, and that I was confident Washington would steal Game 1.

I also delivered a 200 Dimer on Monday with the New England Patriots (33-0) over the New York Jets. I also delivered a 200 Dime Winner on Sunday with the Jacksonville Jaguars getting it done (27-17) over the Cincinnati Bengals. I also delivered a 200 Dime Winner on Friday with the Pittsburgh Panthers (27-20) over the Syracuse Orange.

In all, 10 straight winning days, including my four 200 Dimers, and tonight I open the NBA campaign with a solid winner.

You do know who the best NBA handicapper at this site is, right? I've made  $10 bettors $21,820 the last two seasons combined, and come into this season having won four of my last five 200 Dime releases.

And tonight I love the Northwest Division matchup between Denver and Portland, as the two mix it up in Oregon. It's a damn near pick'em. My side wins by at least eight points.

Let's carry the momentum into Wednesday night, with Winning Day # 11 in a Row.

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Monday I delivered my 6th-Ever 200 Dime NFL Release
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Friday I delivered my 12th-Ever 200 Dime College Football Release
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Miami Ohio (+2') 27-24 OUTRIGHT vs. Northern Illinois

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Kansas City (-3) 30-6 over Denver

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Troy (-17) 37-13 over S. Alabama

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Nationals Run Line (+130) 7-4 over St. Louis

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The Fresno State Bulldogs are my free pick for Saturday, as they're going to blast the visiting Colorado State Rams.

Fresno State is in after a 56-27 thrashing of the UNLV Rebels, who held their own in the first half, but unraveled when the Bulldogs defense came to life in the third quarter. Fresno State turned five turnovers into 28 points. The 'Dogs scored 21 of those points during a nine-minute span in the second half as their lead grew from eight to 36 points.

Justin Rice forced a fumble and recovered a fumble in the same game for the second time this season - the recovery was an 18-yard touchdown return which gave Fresno State a 15-point advantage late in the third quarter and began a stretch of 28-unanswered points. The junior linebacker led Fresno State in tackles for the fourth time in the last five games as he racked up 10, and was named Mountain West Conference Defensive Player of the Week for his efforts.

I know Colorado State has a prolific passing game, but it's also 2-5 this season, and wilts against better defensive units. We saw Utah State and San Diego State shut this offense down, we're going to see Fresno State stymie the Rams just the same.

The Bulldogs have a knack for nabbing turnovers, as they rank eighth in the nation with 1.17 per game. They're also a very disciplined bunch that ranked seventh in the country with just 40.17 penalty yards per game.

Surprisingly, the Rams have the edge all-time in this series, with a 9-5 mark. Fresno State has lost two straight in the series and five of the last six. That said, these programs haven't met since 2016, and that series mark stretches back to 1992.

That's not to say coach Jeff Tedford - one of the best in the business - hasn't reminded his troops how important this game is, not only for conference status, about also to draw closer to .500 in the series.

Fresno State is the better team, and just as we saw it cover 15.5 points at home against a terrible UNLV team, we'll see the Bulldogs cover a lesser number against a team that is slightly better than the Rebels.


Wisconsin (+14) at OHIO STATE

By Chris Jordan, Featured Handicapper

My $1 players have made $30,442 the past 1028 days after back-to-back winners on Monday (500♦ Patriots) and Tuesday (200♦ Raptors).

Let's continue to bounce back, as I jump into the World Series with the total from Game 3, my 400♦ MLB Winner # 15 of 23.

We saw the Nationals crush Gerrit Cole, and the Astros respond late to help Game 1 soar past the number. Tonight, two of the best lineups in baseball face two of the best starters in the league.

Only one way to go with this one.

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Listen to Big Ten action for Saturday, as I like the Wisconsin Badgers plus the points against the Ohio State Buckeyes. Now I know what you're thinking, Ohio state is off a blowout win against Northwestern, and Wisconsin comes in after an upset loss to Illinois.

But I am of the firm belief, especially in the Big Ten, That you have to take into consideration strength of schedule. In Ohio State still has Wisconsin, Penn State, and Michigan on its schedule.

So while it has dominated its opponents, Ohio State has had no choice but to show us what it can do against these types of opponents. Wisconsin got caught in a Trap game, on the road, looking ahead, and will be highly driven when it arrives in Columbus.

Yes I know Ohio state is impressive offensively and defensively on the stat sheet, but, again it is going to be facing its toughest opponent it has all season.

Wisconsin still has the overall number one defense in the country. It ranks number one overall, it ranks number one against the rush, it ranks number one against the pass, it ranks number one against the scoreboard, it ranks number one in stopping 3rd down conversion, it ranks number one in the red zone, and most importantly it ranks number one with its time of possession on the other side of the ball. That is why this defense can stay so fresh and perform the way it does.

I'm not getting into playmakers, and specifics about which quarterback can do what, and who are the headliners. The fact is, if Wisconsin doesn't lose last week, this is not a double-digit spread.

We're getting pure value in this spot.

Take the underdog.