Another setback last week, just didn't buy a break last Saturday (Baylor no cover by 1 for instance)
Stats (ATS, S/U upset pick)
Coming into week: -$385 (7-12-1, 2-2)
Week Three: -230 (2-3, 0-1)
Season total: -$615 (9-15-1, 2-3)
All bets $110 to win $100 ATS and $100 for the moneyline.
Plenty of time left now that conference play is starting. Here are five best bet winners, you'll miss out if you don't act!
Texas A&M (+2) at Mississippi State
Texas A&M might have needed overtime to win on Saturday, but I'm buying that they know how to win. No matter who the quarterback. Mississippi State I haven't seen that, the LSU win wasn't as impressive as people give them credit for. Look for an Aggies win in Stark-Vegas.
Oklahoma (-5) at Texas Christian
TCU has looked good so far, but hasn't faced the athleticism they're going to see in Oklahoma. The Frogs haven't really beat anybody, this step up in competition will shock them. Just a TD covers, that's easy money.
Alabama (-4.5) at Ole Miss
Ole Miss will definitely win. They tailgate party. But not the game. Business as usual for the Tide as they'll roll into Oxford without incident. Another TD to cover shouldn't be an issue for the more experienced and tested team early.
Arizona State (+11.5) at USC
Arizona State lost by a lot of points against UCLA, but they also showed a lot of offense. They just couldn't get out of their own way. I see a bounceback against a USC team I'm not fully sold on yet.
Michigan State (-6.5) vs. Nebraska
The Spartans have been incredibly impressive but for the one bad half in Oregon. Sparty should control this game on both sides of the ball and have no issue beating Nebraska by a TD or more. Probably two TD.
Straight up Special
Texas (+475) vs Baylor
This is a rare one in which I'm not liking Texas ATS, but like them for a potential upset. Given the money line. I could see Baylor punishing the Horns in Austin and running away. But there's a chance, small chance, the Horns could stay in this. Baylor hasn't played this level of competition yet. Texas two losses are to ranked teams (and they were close in all but one quarter). Texas a team getting better every week in a new system. Worth a flyer!
Conference play starts to really put together some good matchups, this week is no exception. Looking forward to it!