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Free College Football Pick December 9th
Army vs Navy Total 46

It would make logical sense to bet the under in this game, knowing that the clock always runs quickly for Army vs Navy. No one has scored more than 34 points in this series since 2007, and the last 10 meetings have all featured 48 points or fewer on the scoreboard. Army has averaged 31.2 points per game this year, so we're going to take Over 46. Loser

Free College Football Pick December 2nd
UMass at FIU - 1

The Minutemen have won four of five, giving them four wins in a season for the first time since they joined the FBS. Florida International started 6-2 for the best start in school history but have since dropped two of three. The Golden Panthers may have mailed things in as they prepare for a potential bowl bid. They most likely will protect against injuries going into the bowl game. For Massachusetts, the premise of a fifth win is their bowl game. Look for the Minutemen to ride the momentum and get the win on the road and go out with a musket blast of points.
Take: UMass Loser
Free College Football Pick November 24th
Northern Illinois -2.5 at Central Michigan
These two teams are fairly closely matched, but I just think the Huskies are a little bit better, and I don’t think home field advantage is enough to make me think the Chippewas will win.
Take Northern Illinois -2.5 Loser
Free College Football Pick November 11th
Wake Forest at Syracuse - 59
The Demon Deacons had a good showing against the Irish ion the road, especially their offense which put up over 500 yards of total offense in the game. They really found their offensive groove in that game and I look for it to continue here against a Syracuse defense that has not been all that bad this year. The Wake offense has averaged 34.3 ppg over their last three games, but their defense has really struggled of late as they have allowed 39.3 ppg over the same stretch and they have allowed 28.6 ppg on the road. The Syracuse Orange have averaged 33,6 ppg at home and should be able to put up plenty on this struggling defense. I look for this one to go Over the total.
Take: WF/SU Over 59 Winner
Free College Football Pick November 4th
Wake Forest at Notre Dame - 56
The Wake Forest defense is a stout unit. We do expect the Irish to score but we also believe the WF can control them and keep this a low scoring game. This is a tough spot for the Irish after being place in the top four this week. Wake Forest will be fired up to show they can play in a big game atmosphere.
Take: N Dame/ W Forest Under 56 Loser 
Free College Football Pick October 28th
Washington St at Arizona + 2
The Arizona defense has been much-improved, and its offense with Tate under center isn't missing much in the way of beats at the moment. For as good as Washington State is and for as much as it needs this game to save some face for the rest of the Pac-12, we don't feel good about this one. Going on the road and playing against an improving team that is hungry avenge last season's 62-point shellacking on the road isn't a good sign. Go with the Wildcats to pull off this upset and add further misery to the rest of the conference.
Take: Arizona + 2 Winner 
Free College Football Pick October 14th
Oregon at Stanford - 10
If Costello takes over under center, he really makes Stanford's passing game a little more dynamic and Stanford could be a much better offensive team. Based on Costello at the helm, we will back the Cardinal to cover this ten point spread.
Take: Stanford -10 Winner 
Free College Football Pick October 7th
Marshall at UNC Charlotte +15
Marshall QB Chase Litton was tremendous last week, completing 21 of 34 passes for 233 yards and four touchdowns. The junior QB is poised for a big season, collecting 1014 passing yards with a 8:3 TD to INT ratio through four games. The Marshall offense has displayed solid depth in their receiving core, now featuring three players with at least 180 receiving yards after four games, and they will not be easy to beat in C-USA play.
 The Marshall defense was terrific in the win last week, holding the Bearcats to only 349 total yards and a 4 for 14 mark on third downs. Their defense has played well in each game with the exception of their 37-20 road loss to N.C. State in week two. Note NC State just knocked off Louisville.
The Charlotte 49ers watched a 26-7 lead evaporate in their 30-29 road loss to FIU in their conference opener last weekend, and now sit at 0-5 on the year. Hasaan Klugh was solid in the loss, completing 16 of 28 passes for 155 yards with one touchdown, and he added 107 rushing yards with three rushing touchdowns. The junior QB has been shaky in the air, registering 651 passing yards with a weak 5:7 TD to INT ratio. The 49ers defense could not hold on to their 26-7 lead after their offense finally showed some life, allowing a total of 475 total yards, and could not make any big stops down the stretch. They struggled to stop the run again which has been an issue all season.
I am taking the hot handed Litton and Marshall over Klugh and Charlotte in this matchup. It won't be easy because Marshall gives up a lot of air yards but Klugh won't keep packe with Litton.
Take: Marshall -15 Loser
Free College Football Pick September 23
San Diego State at Air Force
The San Diego St. Aztecs want to build off their big win over Stanford and stay in the hunt for the Group of Five’s New Year’s Six bowl slot. SDSU is coming off a brilliant performance against the Cardinal, coming through with a great passing day from Christian Chapman – hitting 21-of-29 passes for 187 yards and a score – while Rashaad Penny continues to be among the nation’s best running backs. 32 carries, 175 yards, one touchdown. Get ready, Air Force.
But the Falcons are strong enough to pull off the upset – even if the Michigan game didn’t show it. The Wolverines had a hard time putting the game away thanks to a plucky Falcon defense that held tough many times in the red zone.
  The field goal battle will be even, and both defenses will have their share of wins, and we predict the defenses will dominate in this game. We don't think Chapman will have nearly as good as a game in what can be an unfriendly environment in many ways. This is a tough matchup but the Aztecs can throw the ball with Chapman, whereas the Falcons throw very little with QB Arion Worthman.
Expect both ground games to chew up the clock and we like the Under better than a tough side play.
Take: Under 48.5 and don't wait! Winner
Free College Football Pick September 16th
Kansas St. at Vanderbilt
Kansas State was amazing in its first two games of the season, hanging up 55 on the board against Central Arkansas and Charlotte? KSU QB Jesse Ertz has been incredible. So far this season, he’s been devastating, averaging almost 14 yards per throw hitting 70% of his passes with four scores and no picks. This is an air-tight team led by a veteran QB who knows what he’s doing. The Wildcats are built to win a road game like this.
Vanderbilt came up with a gem to kick things off against a Middle Tennessee squad that beat Syracuse last week. But Alabama A&M was hardly a test.
 Vanderbilt’s defense has been stifling, hasn’t allowed a thing, especially on third downs. Vandy leads the country in third down D, giving up two – shutting out Middle Tennessee in the opener. But the defensive production was expected. Enter Kyle Shurmur, who started to rise up as a solid quarterback last year, and  so far this season has been nothing short of sensational hitting 76% of his throws for 498 yards and seven scores with no picks. The Kansas State secondary hasn’t been tested yet. It will be this week.
So in a nutshell,
 Kansas State has the great O, and can play more than a little D. Vanderbilt has the amazing D, and it can rise up and rock on O. So how to pick this tough matchup? Well, Kansas State dominates in the return game, leading the nation in turnover margin. This selection is based on the Wildcats doing a wee bit more on special teams, with a few big returns and field position being just enough to get out in a really, really good, must watch TV, tough battle. Get similar previews and predictions in our Gridiron Gold Sheet Best Bets newseltter. Last week to take advantage of the special below. Hook up with us now.
Take: Kansas State - 3 Winner
Free College Football Pick Sept 9th
Free Pick
 Fresno State vs. Alabama - 44
As tempting as it has to be to assume that the Crimson Tide are going to cover every number that is sent their way, bettors are getting smarter and realizing that Alabama flat out doesn't care about winning games by six touchdowns.
We can't lay this many points, even with the best team in America. We expect Saban to be in a good mood after thumping FSU. A mercy back door score maybe?
Take: Fresno State +44 Winner

Free College Football Pick Sept 1st
Free Pick
Ball State vs. Illinois
Illinois started at -8.5 and has come down to -7 in spite of the fact that it is playing against a very young side that is going to have a lot of growing up to do over the course of this season and doesn't have any real expectations of reaching a bowl game. Neu, though, is going to have to teach his team how to win close games. We don't suspect this is going to be a victory that the Cardinals can pull out, but we love the line movement in this one. Ball State is certainly the right side, and it's going to keep this game competitive against a team that flat out doesn't have a quarterback.
TAKE: BALL ST + 7 Winner