Wake Forest vs Appalachian State
Wake Forest -5 -110 at BMaker
DMack’s Free Play for Saturday, September 23, 2017, is on the Wake Forest Demon Deacons
Wake has been almost perfect in its first three wins that came but an aggregate score of 141-27. They’ve dominated their three opponents by better than 188 ypg. Going into last week, App State had been on a 28-6 straight up run with three of the losses coming to Georgia, Miami, and Tennessee. Last week we saw the big reason for concern as the Mounties (-22.5) were outgained by the lowly Texas State and had to stop the Bobcats on the final play of the game to preserve a 23-13 win. Wake is 7-1 ATS with suitcase last eight while App State is just 1-9 ATS in its L10. These schools are separated by just 92 miles so there should be a pretty good contingent of Deac fans on hand to support these white hot Deacons. Lay it.
After going 85-57 in college football last year, No.3 on the network and 164-106 in all football No.1, the Mack Attack is 16-10 No.9 this year and is on a current 12-5 run in college football. This is going to be a monster week where I will be playing 20-25 plays between Thursday and Monday. We’re going to make a ton, BET ON IT!
UCLA vs Stanford
UCLA +7½ -115 at betonline
Doc’s Sports NCAA Football Free Play. #409 Take UCLA Bruins over Stanford Cardinal (Saturday 10:30 pm ESPN) Jim Mora is a very overrated coach but taking him aside UCLA may have better talent than that of the Cardinal. Stanford is coming off back-to-back losses including last Saturday night at San Diego State, a team from a Group of Five conference. I just do not believe they will be able to run a desperate Bruin team out of the building. Stanford is 0-4 ATS in their last 4 home games. 68% of the money is coming in on the Bruins as the spread in this game continues to drop. Doc’s Sports nailed both of their top plays in football last week including a BLOWOUT Nonconference Game of the Year winner behind Wisconsin destroying BYU. Jump on board our top plays this week and let 46 years of handicapping experience work for you.
Arkansas State vs SMU
Arkansas State +6 -110 at 5Dimes
I’m recommending a play on Arkansas State plus the points on Saturday afternoon. SMU put 36 points on the board against TCU last time out, but allowed 56. The Mustangs have allowed TCU and North Texas to complete 56 of 77, 73% of their passes, for 789 yards, with 7 TDs and just 2 INTs. The porous pass defense plays right into Arkansas State’s strength, the passing game led by QB Justice Hansen. The ASU signal caller has completed 71% of his passes on the season, averaging over 385 yards per game with 8 TDs and only 2 INTs. And while Arkansas State was cruising to an easy 45-point win over Arkansas-Pine Bluff, SMU was suffering the tough emotional and physical loss to TCU. SMU’s defense ranks 117th against the pass and 104th in total yards allowed per game. We had Arkansas State and cashed when they covered at Nebraska in their season opener. We’ll recommend them again this week. Arkansas State plus the points. Thanks & GL! Scott Spreitzer.
Mississippi State vs Georgia
Mississippi State +7 -120 at 5Dimes
Bulldogs vs Bulldogs Free Pick September 23, 2017.
The Georgia Bulldogs are asked to cover seven points at home versus the Mississippi State Bulldogs this week. It could be hard for Georgia to cover here with a backup quarterback and only one of their top two running backs healthy. Sony Michel didn’t play last week, and his status for this game is unclear. What is clear is that Mississippi State shut down the high powered rushing attack of LSU last week, and if they can slow Georgia’s running game, this should be close. I’ll take the points.
Washington vs Colorado
Colorado +11 -110 at 5Dimes
Jeff Allen’s Free Play for Saturday is on the Colorado Buffalos
Washington has dominated the series of late but Colorado played the Huskies tough in last year’s Pac-12 championship game. In fact, it was 14-7 at the half with the Buffs getting the kickoffs before two second-half picks opened the floodgates. Both 3-0s are meaningless as each team opened the year with cupcakes but the Buffalo run defense is especially tough and new QB Montez does not make mistakes or turn the ball over like his predecessor Lifau. Colorado is 6-3 L9 as a home dog and the program as a whole is still on the upswing. Grab the points.
World Champion Jeff Allen was the No.2 football handicapper on this network in 2016, and the No.2 NFLX handicapper on the network this year. Allen is off a monster week 5-1 week in the NFL and his NFL totals dating back to August 9th are now on a 14-2 run after winner on the Lions/Giants Under last night. Allen is a 30+ year industry icon and you just don’t last that long unless you win.