It is defacto quarterfinals weekend for many teams – its time for the Conference Championships in College Football! With CFP spots still on the line, there is a lot up for grabs going into this weekend. With that, let’s go into all of the Conference Championship games this weekend:Continue reading “NCAAF Conference Championships 2018”
After a couple week hiatus due to work, I’m back in time for Rivalry Week! Playoff spots are on the line across the nation and no one would rather spoil them than a rival. Get ready for one of the most thrilling weeks of college football!
In the middle of one of the biggest betting weekends of the year in horse racing, I still find some time to make college football upset picks. Of course, with the first CFP Poll out and season altering games such as Alabama-LSU, Notre Dame-Northwestern, Georgia-Kentucky, and Michigan-Penn State, this is a weekend to sit down and just enjoy all the action. Here are my five upsets of the Saturday card:
Day One is in the books and now it is time to look forward to Day Two of the Breeders’ Cup, where we will see the queen Enable go for a Turf crown and an excellent collection of horses going for the Classic. It is sure to be a blast! Continue reading “Breeders’ Cup 2018 – Saturday Analysis”
The Breeders’ Cup 2018 Weekend is about to begin, and what a way to kick off the festivities at the end of the main portion of the racing calendar. On Friday, the Breeders’ Cup debuts the new Juvenile Turf Sprint, the start up to the rebranded Friday card – Future Stars Friday. Five championship races for two year-olds will be on tap as we begin the World Championships of Thoroughbred Horse Racing. Joining me to cover the Friday card is John Piassek (@theyreoff), the co-founder and handicapper for The Daily Gallop and the managing editor and handicapper for DanonymousRacing.com.
Week 9 is headlined by the Florida-Georgia/Georgia-Florida rivalry in Jacksonville, a top matchup in Palo Alto between Washington State and Stanford, a tough Iowa team making the trip to Happy Valley, and Texas going under the lights against Oklahoma State trying to get another statement win in the Big 12. But outside of those big games, there are plenty of matchups to look at and games to bet. Here are my five upsets of the week:
Heading into Week 8, we just escaped a week of chaos where ranked teams constantly went down. What will this week hold? Here are my 5 upsets to watch (with the spread):
We had a tough week last week, but time to get back at it! Due to time constraints, I will just be posting my upsets without as much explanation as per usual. With that, here are my 5 upsets to watch:
The Mountaineers have been hot this year! No… not those Mountaineers from the Big 12, the Mountaineers of the Sun Belt. Calling Kidd Brewer Stadium in Boone, North Carolina their home, the Mountaineers of Appalachian State have been on a roll this season, allowing just 32 points in their last four games, and not allowing a single point in the second half to teams since their OT loss at Penn State week one – no other team can say that. And we haven’t even talked a bit about any of their players.
Moving on to Week 6 offers us a lot of value with games, even with some big games like the Red River Showdown and Notre Dame heading to Blacksburg to take on Virginia Tech. Here are my 5 underdog points plays you should keep your eye on: