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-Ronda Rousey returns to the octagon for UFC 207 versus Amanda Nunes. She opens as -205 favorite.
Liked Justin Hartling’s stat : Nunes rarely goes to decision either, as she has gone the distance just twice in her 17 pro fights. Full write up here.
-Last week, I said I thought the Blue Jays presented the biggest value at +750, given their big bats and that neither the Red Sox or Indians were a runaway favorite. With the Blue Jays now in the ALCS, that value has plummeted to +250 The Cubs as expected are still a runaway favorite. Rob Trites gives his takes on who will take the Fall Classic, as well as show how the lines have moved over the past weeks.
-A great thing about OddsShark.com is the in depth trends for every game on the board. Take a look at the NFL nuggets of info for the Pats-Bengals and Dolphins-Steelers games. This is what they call the NFL Primer, and Joe Osborne has this week’s nuggets for every game right here.
Western Kentucky/ Middle Tennessee State OVER 76
I basically had this game circled all year. These two teams average 30+ a game, they give up a combined 60 a game. They combine for close to 1000 total yards a game. They give up close to 900 a game. They combine for 650+ passing yards a game, they give up close to 600 a game through the air. Sense a theme here ?
Both teams play at a blazing pace, sling the hell out of the ball, and don’t play a ton of defense. I love this tempo, and I love their ability to score, score fast, and give up big plays. Settle in the afternoon and enjoy because this one is going to be a points fest. 49-45 type of stuff.
Even is Mike Francesa disagrees …
-Shoutout to Hank who’s been on fire this year. Stay grinding Hank.
Last Week: 1-0
Total Record of featured “Bosco Bets” picks : 39-32-3 YTD (doesn’t include Guest picks)
CFB YTD: 2016 CFB Season: -16.65 units
2015 +Bowls CFB and 2015-2016 CBB total: +54.65 units (+31.15 units CFB, 183-152-7 (+15.8 units CBB +7.7 units NCAA Tournament).