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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisbent View Post
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    If they did they'd post it. Or they're waiting for you to buy and share.
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    Just wondering is Inside The Press Box one of the later newsletters to come out? It seems like its always a later one added. I will look into subscription and see about getting it in here earlier.
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    'Stanford Steve' and 'The Bear': Week 3 college football picks, bets, nuggets

    College football is underway in 2020 and it's unlike any season we have had before. One thing is familiar: "Stanford Steve" Coughlin and Chris "The Bear" Fallica breaking down games as only they can, offering their top bets, nuggets and totals worth wagering on.

    Here is your guide to Week 3 of the CFB season with the two college football analysts.

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    No. 17 Miami Hurricanes at No. 18 Louisville Cardinals (-2.5, 64.5)

    Stanford Steve: Both teams looked impressive offensively last week in their season debuts. New Canes offensive coordinator Rhett Lashlee was one of my favorite hires in the offseason, and he showed why in his first game calling plays in South Florida last Thursday night as Miami rushed for over 330 yards in a win over UAB. D'Eriq King showed some flashes with some splash plays too. But, when I look at this matchup, I just trust the Cardinals more. I like the coaching staff as a whole more than "The U," and I also trust the accuracy of Louisville QB Micale Cunningham, along with the versatility of their offense. It will be an awesome game to watch, as both teams have some serious speed at the skill positions.

    Pick: Louisville money line -140 (Louisville 31 Miami 28)

    The Bear: Yes, the Canes have lost 23 of their past 26 games away from home vs. ranked teams, but they also appear to have their best QB situation in a long time and an ability to control the line of scrimmage and run the ball. Sure, it's just one game, but there are positive signs, and King should start to make more throws. Defensively, the Canes gave up only one drive longer than 34 yards against UAB and spent a lot of time in the UAB backfield despite just one sack. Louisville's offensive line couldn't get a consistent push against Western Kentucky and will have to play better against a much better defensive front.

    Pick: Miami +2.5


    Wake Forest Demon Deacons at NC State Wolfpack (-2.5, 53)

    Stanford Steve: Last week on the Stanford Steve & The Bear podcast we talked about when a team that opens the season against a team that has a game already under its belt, the team that has played a game has a decided advantage. So, that is the thinking here. The Demon Deacons are off a loss vs. No. 1 Clemson, where they did cover (thanks to Dabo Swinney calling off the dogs earlier than he is accustomed to). But the idea of the Wolfpack giving points to an in-state division foe that already has played a game and also has an overachieving coaching staff year after year, I'll take the road dog here, plus the points.

    Pick: Wake Forest +2.5 (Wake Forest, 26 NC State 23)

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    The Bear: The fact that Wake has a game under its belt is huge here. Predictably, the Deacs struggled running the ball and slowing down Trevor Lawrence, Travis Etienne & Co., but they will not face another offense nearly as prolific this year. Remember too that NC State had issues that paused practice and moved the Wolfpack's originally scheduled opener. Coming off a poor season where a lot went wrong -- along with a lot of questions this season -- I'll back the team with a game under its belt.

    Pick: Wake Forest +2.5


    Syracuse Orange at No. 25 Pittsburgh Panthers (-21.5, 50)

    The Bear: We expected Pitt's defense to be good this year, and it didn't disappoint in the opener against an overmatched Austin Peay. We also expected Syracuse to struggle this season, and that's exactly what happened at North Carolina, where the Orange gave up seven sacks, ran for 68 yards on 35 carries and completed only 16 of 38 passes. Syracuse couldn't manage a TD despite enjoying a 3-1 turnover edge. Last year, Pitt posted nine sacks vs. a makeshift O-line, and it again could be a long day for the Syracuse offense.

    Pick: Pitt -21.5


    Boston College Eagles at Duke Blue Devils (-6, 52)

    The Bear: I'm not sure after last week if I was guilty of underrating Duke, overrating Notre Dame or a little of both. But I do think laying points with Duke is a risky proposition, seeing as the Blue Devils have lost six of their past nine games outright in which they were favored and covered only four of the past 14. I also think head coach Jeff Hafley will do wonders for BC defensively, and Phil Jurkovec being eligible should solidify the QB position.

    Pick: BC +6


    Navy Midshipmen at Tulane Green Wave (-7, 49)

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    The Bear: Tulane cranked it up in the third quarter last week in its comeback win at South Alabama. That Green Wave offense will give Navy a lot of problems this week. Yes, I do think Navy will put forth a much better effort, but I'm not sure if this is going to be a good Navy team or not. It seemed to be lacking up front on both sides of the ball, and against a solid Tulane defensive front it could be another long night.

    Pick: Tulane -7


    No. 14 UCF Knights (-7.5, 61.5) at Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

    Stanford Steve: Just because I want to punish myself. Under the total! If it wins, we give another one next week.

    Pick: Under 61.5 (UCF 33, Georgia Tech 25)

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    Road woes for Hurricanes

    Dating back to 2005, Miami is 3-23 away from home vs. ranked teams. The three wins came vs. West Virginia in the 2016 Russell Athletic Bowl, at Duke in 2015 and at Florida State in 2009. Neither Duke nor FSU ended the season ranked.

    The Hurricanes are 8-14 in their last 22 games against Power 5 opponents and just 9-18 ATS in their last 27 games vs. Power 5 teams.

    Beware of Duke as a favorite?

    The Blue Devils are 2-7 ATS in their last nine games as a favorite vs. FBS opponents, losing six of those nine outright.

    Syracuse used to underdog role

    Pitt hasn't been this big of a favorite against an FBS opponent since the Panthers were favored by 24 over Syracuse in 2016. They won that game 76-61.

    Syracuse is 3-8 in its last 11 games against FBS opponents and is an underdog for the 10th time in its last 12 games. Syracuse is just 2-7 ATS in its previous nine games as a 'dog, including losses by 25, 22, 18, 35 and 43 points.

    Navy poised to rally?

    Its been 21 games since Navy suffered consecutive ATS losses. The Mids failed to cover vs. Temple and Houston in October 2018 as underdogs. Navy lost to BYU 55-3 as a slight underdog in the season opener.

    Notre Dame big favorites again

    This is the first time since October 2018 that Notre Dame is a 20-point favorite in consecutive games. The Irish didn't cover wither those games and didnt cover vs Duke last week. Under Brian Kelly, Notre Dame is 11-9-2 ATS as a 20-point favorite.

    Tulsa has been a cover machine


    Tulsa has covered six of its last eight games as an underdog. Last year Tulsa was a 'dog seven times and a double-digit dog in every instance. The Golden Hurricane covered five, won one outright as a 16.5 point dog against UCF and two other losses by one and six points, respectively.

    NC State sporting ugly recent ATS record

    NC State is 1-10 ATS in its last 11 games and went 1-5 ATS as a favorite last year, losing three of the five games outright in which it was was favored over an FBS opponent.

    Wake Forest has won five of its last eight games as an underdog versus teams not named Clemson.

    UCF solid vs. Power 5 opponents

    Since 2017, UCF has faced six Power 5 opponents and won and covered four of the games. However, in the last instance last season, UCF lost to Pitt as a 10-point favorite.
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    Week 3 college football best bets: Miami worth a shot as underdog?

    Every Thursday during the season, Doug Kezirian, Bill Connelly, Preston Johnson, Seth Walder and David M. Hale will provide their top plays across the college football landscape.

    Here are their best bets for Week 3 of the college football season.

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    Note: Lines from Caesars Sportsbook by William Hill as of Wednesday afternoon.


    Saturday's games


    Wake Forest at NC State (-2.5, 53)

    Kezirian: I am not putting much stock in Wake's lopsided loss to Clemson. In fact, having that game under its belt is an advantage, and I thought the Demon Deacons looked fairly decent given they were facing the No. 1-ranked team in the nation. New starting QB Sam Hartman was effective at times, and he should perform better against a weaker NC State defense.

    The Wolfpack are coming off a disappointing season, winning just one conference game. That coincided with the loss of QB Ryan Finley, who went in the fourth round of the NFL draft. NC State rotated replacements and never truly figured out the position, ultimately handing the reins to freshman Devin Leary. The New Jersey native spent most of the pandemic at home, missing out on valuable time to develop chemistry with his offense. Plus the Wolfpack have a new offensive coordinator in Tim Beck, who arrives from Texas.

    I expect NC State to improve this season, but Wake should be the sharper team on Saturday. I'm not concerned about this being a potential "sandwich spot" for Wake, coming off Clemson and with Notre Dame looming on deck. This is the ACC's longest rivalry, and the first of four in-state opponents. I am not thrilled about rain and wind in the forecast, and I lean toward the under, but I am grabbing the points in a game I expect Wake to win.

    Pick: Wake Forest +2.5


    No. 14 UCF Knights (-7.5, 60.5) at Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

    Connelly: Safe to say, UCF will challenge Geoff Collins' Tech defense more than Florida State was capable of doing last week. Even with some recent opt-outs, the Knights still have quarterback Dillon Gabriel, running back Greg McCrae, utility man Otis Anderson, etc., and last season they were one of the only remaining college football teams to use tempo as a constant weapon. Plus, opt-outs have taken a couple of key UCF defenders in end Kalia Davis and cornerback Tay Gowan, which could make life a smidge easier for the Tech offense.

    But those are simply reasons why this game will top the 29 total points that Tech and FSU combined for last week. Double that point total and it's still under 60.5. SP+ projects a 28-22 UCF win in Atlanta, and even if both teams go over that number a bit, that's quite a bit of cushion.

    Pick: Under 60.5

    Johnson: Everybody recognizes that Georgia Tech looks much improved this season after its 16-13 upset win over Florida State last week. But I don't think people realize just how much stronger of a performance we saw from the Yellow Jackets. Even at halftime with the Seminoles up 10-0, it felt as though Georgia Tech was the better team despite the score. There were four drives in that first half when the Yellow Jackets moved the ball inside the FSU 40-yard line (including three trips inside the red zone). They scored zero points in those four opportunities.

    The numbers show Tech was the better team, too. The Yellow Jackets outgained FSU 7.6 yards per play to 3.8 for the game. Quarterback Jeff Sims' dual-threat ability proved problematic for an extremely talented Seminoles defense coached by one of the best in the business in Mike Norvell (formerly of Memphis). The Yellow Jackets were successful on third- and fourth-down tries, but it was because they gave themselves very manageable distances after a 60% success rate on standard downs.

    I would typically look to fade an inferior team coming off of a big upset win, but after grading the game, Georgia Tech was clearly the more dominant team. Now the Yellow Jackets head home to face a UCF squad that seen 10 players opt out of playing this season. The losses of CB Tay Gowan and DL Kalia Davis are worrisome long term for the Knights' defense, but now having to face a much more dynamic offense with Sims leading the way for Tech -- without having played a game yet themselves -- is a more daunting task. Two other rotational defenders in junior college transfer CB Devunte Dawson and DL Mason Cholewa opted out as well.

    UCF deserves to be the favorite in this matchup, but laying over a touchdown in this case is too extreme.

    Pick: Georgia Tech +7.5


    No. 17 Miami Hurricanes at No. 18 Louisville Cardinals (-2.5, 64.5)

    Connelly: Picking an underdog at +2.5 is a generally shaky thing to do -- you lose if they lose by a very common 3-point margin -- but I'm doing it because SP+ doesn't see Miami as an underdog at all. It ranks the Canes 12th among teams playing this fall (minus the Big Ten, anyway) and, with the one-point home-field advantage I'm applying at the moment, projects Miami to win outright, 30-26. That means it's disagreeing with the line in two different ways: the pick and the points.

    Granted, SP+ underestimated Louisville in the Cardinals' opening game; it projected a 5.8-point win over Western Kentucky and they won by 14. But it also undersold Miami a bit, and both teams' ratings rose accordingly. So I'm riding with this despite the 2.5 number.

    I feel better about the under than the +2.5, though, because 64.5 points is high. Miami and Louisville combined to score just 66 points against Conference USA defenses last week (good C-USA defenses, mind you, but still), and while Louisville's D might not grade out higher than UAB's, Miami's certainly tops WKU's. Miami games have topped 65 points just twice in the Canes' past 23 contests, too, and while one of those was against the Cardinals last season, odds still favor the under. And picking the under means you win either way -- either you win money, or your eyes get to watch a magnificent shootout. Those are equally important, right?

    Picks: Miami +2.5 and under 64.5


    Syracuse Orange at No. 25 Pittsburgh Panthers (-22, 50)

    Hale: There might be no one who's higher on Pitt this season than me, and one of the big reasons is an absolutely ferocious defensive front. No one has been sacked more the past two years than Syracuse QB Tommy DeVito, who was taken down seven times by North Carolina last week. All of that should add up to a big Panthers win, right? Well, since joining the ACC in 2013, Pitt has a grand total of three conference wins by more than 21 points. And even amid all those sacks a week ago, Syracuse still hung with a far more explosive UNC team until the fourth quarter. Pitt's offense is better than 2019, but it's still not a team that's going to run anyone off the field, and the Orange showed they can play a little D, too. Now, just keep DeVito alive for 60 minutes and the Orange should be able to cover.

    Pick: Syracuse +22


    Boston College Eagles at Duke Blue Devils (-5.5, 52)

    Hale: Duke's biggest strength is its pass rush, but that could be neutralized by a BC offensive line that's as good as there is in the ACC. Add in a new head coach and a quarterback with few snaps on film for the Eagles, and Blue Devils coach David Cutcliffe will have his hands full to prepare for this one. The key will likely be the performance of Notre Dame transfer QB Phil Jurkovec, but he's got enough weapons around him to keep the Eagles competitive. Steve Addazio didn't leave the cupboard bare at BC, and Jeff Hafley could be poised to surprise a few folks in Year 1.

    Pick: Boston College +5.5


    Navy Midshipmen at Tulane Green Wave (-7, 49)

    Hale: Navy coach Ken Niumatalolo blamed a lack of physical contact for his team's Labor Day embarrassment against BYU, so he vowed to get back to practice as usual -- tackling, contact at the line -- to prep for this game. It'd be something of a shock if the Midshipmen looked as bad in their second outing, but it also figures that the offense will round into focus a bit quicker than a clearly overwhelmed defense. So we're betting Navy moves the ball better but still struggles at times against a Tulane offense that seemed to find its footing late against South Alabama in its opener.

    Pick: Over 48


    Louisiana Tech Bulldogs at Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles (-5, 58.5)

    Connelly: When last we saw Southern Miss, the Golden Eagles lost by 11 to South Alabama and their coach soon resigned. Now they're favored to beat what is likely a decent Louisiana Tech team by five? I thought I had copied that down wrong at first.

    Granted, having an interim coach (Scotty Walden) perhaps makes USM a bit of a wild card, but without taking that into account, SP+ gives Tech a 61% chance to win outright and favors the Bulldogs by 4.8. They're fourth in Conference USA, and Southern Miss is now ninth. Even if teams playing their second games have advantages over teams playing their first (and it's not clear they do), that still suggests Tech's odds of covering are quite high.

    Pick: Louisiana Tech +5


    Texas State Bobcats (-5.5, 62) at UL Monroe Warhawks

    Walder: One thing ESPN's Football Power Index (FPI) is certainly much better at than me -- and I presume most humans -- is determining degrees of terrible. ULM and Texas State are, per FPI, the fourth-worst and third-worst teams among FBS teams that are currently playing football, respectively. Notice that the Warhawks, despite a big loss to Army for which they were heavily downgraded, still are rated higher than the Bobcats. Add in even a muted home-field advantage and we've got a large difference between the model and the line. Part of that is surely attributed to the fact that Texas State QB Brady McBride missed the team's loss to UTSA last week, but McBride recorded a QBR of 25.2 in his first game this season, so we'd hardly bank on him being worth enough points to move us off the Warhawks.

    Pick: UL Monroe +5.5


    Troy Trojans (-3.5, 64.5) at Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders

    Walder: In FPI's initial 130-team preseason run, it ranked Troy 92nd and Middle Tennessee all the way down at No. 123. Only the Blue Raiders have played this season, but it was an expectations-shattering contest in which Army -- which FPI thought would win by 13 points -- shut out Middle Tennessee 42-0. That kind of game early in the season is going to cause a fairly significant shift in the model's opinion. While even in the preseason FPI would have leaned toward Troy at -3.5, it loves the Trojans now after getting a look at the Blue Raiders.

    Pick: Troy -3.5


    Houston Cougars at Baylor Bears (-4.5, 62.5)

    Johnson: Baylor is in one of the shakiest positions of any school in the country. First-year coach Dave Aranda takes over from a Matt Rhule regime that returns only nine starters. Four of those starters weren't listed on the team depth chart that was released for the game earlier this week, so the quality of talent on the field for the Bears is going to be taking a step back, too.

    To make matters worse, Baylor held zero spring practices with the new coaching staff and players because of COVID-19. The lack of continuity for first-year coaches playing games without a typical offseason has already started to demonstrate itself to the tune of a 2-8 mark against the spread to date. Year No. 2 of coach Dana Holgorsen and 19 returning starters for Houston present too big of an advantage to pass on here. I split up my action across the first half and full game spreads.

    Pick: Houston +4.5 and first half +3
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    Newsletter Tracking (through 9/21/2020) from Mendoza Line

    Not every newsletter gets posted every week, and I'll try to note when the record doesn't include every week of the season. There were a few newsletters we didn't see this week, and a few with light action to start the season.

    Another note is that the grading is based on the line indicated in the newsletter at the time of publication, not the closing line. Many of these newsletters will claim a win against the best available line as it moves throughout the week, but these records reflect the outcome against the line they were willing to make a play on in their newsletter.

    CKO (no CKO yet)
    11* (0-0)
    10* (0-0)
    o/u (0-0)

    Gridiron Gold Sheet
    NCAA Best Bets (6-3)
    NFL Best Bets (4-3-1)

    Marc Lawrence Playbook NCAA
    5* (0-1)
    4* (0-0)
    3* (0-0)
    Upset pick (1-1)
    Betcha Didn't Know (0-2)
    Awesome Angle (3-0)
    Incredible Stat (0-1)

    Marc Lawrence Playbook NFL
    5* (1-1)
    4* (0-2)
    3* (0-2)

    Pointwise NCAA
    1* (1-1)
    2* (0-2)
    3* (2-0)
    4* (1-0)
    5* (0-0)

    Pointwise NFL
    3* (2-0)
    4* (2-2)
    5* (3-1)

    PowerSweep NCAA
    4* (0-1)
    3* (2-0)
    2* (1-0)
    Underdog Play of the Week (1-1)
    Tech Play of the Week (0-0)
    Revenge Play of the Week (0-0)
    Situational Play of the Week (0-0)
    Series Play of the Week (0-0)

    PowerSweep NFL (1-5 overall this week)
    4* (1-1)
    3* (1-1)
    2* (1-1)
    NFL System play (0-2)
    4* Pro Angle (0-1)
    3* o/u play (1-1)

    Powers Picks NCAA
    3* (0-0)
    2* (0-0)
    1* (2-1)

    Powers Picks NFL
    4* (0-0)
    3* (0-0)
    2* (4-2)
    1* (0-0)

    Sports Reporter
    NCAA Super Best Bets (0-0)
    NCAA Best Bets (1-2)
    NFL Super Best Bets (0-0)
    NFL Best Bets (2-2)

    Red Sheet
    90* (0-0)
    89* (1-3)
    88* (5-2)

    Winning Points
    NCAA 4* (1-0)
    NCAA 3* (0-1)
    NFL 4* (0-1)
    NFL 3* (0-1)

    Killer Sports, not including teasers
    MTI 5* (0-0)
    MTI 4.5* (0-0)
    MTI 4* (0-0)
    MTI 3* (0-0)
    SBB 4.5* (0-0)
    SBB 4* (1-3)
    Cajun NCAA (1-1)
    Pick 60 Play of the Week (0-0)

    Victor Kings's Totals Tipsheet
    3* (2-0)
    2* (1-3)
    Team Total of the Week (1-1)

    PowerPlays
    NCAA 4.5* (1-1)
    NCAA 4* (2-1)
    NFL 4* (1-1)

    Gold Sheet
    NCAA Key Releases (2-4)
    NFL Key Releases (6-2-0)

    ITPB
    NCAA (1-3)
    NFL (2-2)
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    Thanks as always to Buzz, the KING of the newsletters!!!

    This King Creole record star ratings look off to me, as I follow it , thanks to you Buzz. I could be reading it wrong?
    If you look at the recap from week 1 in letter 2, it says
    3* Under GB / Minn , Loss
    3* Under Phi / Wash , Loss
    Tuco team total Over 18.5 Jax WIN
    3* Under Pitt /NYG WIN Monday
    so 3*s 1-2 , TT 1-0

    In wk 2
    3* Under Cle / Cinc Loss Thursday , the play with the dog named Monkey
    3* Over Atl/Dal WIN
    2* Under Jax / Ind Loss
    Tuco Team Total Vikes Over Loss
    so 3*s 1-1 , 2* 0-1 , TT 0-1

    So 3*s 2-3
    2*s 0-1
    TT 1-1

    Victor Kings's Totals Tipsheet
    3* (2-0)
    2* (1-3)
    Team Total of the Week (1-1)
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