AY wrote:Teams with 60% winning percentages straight up over the last five years.
Games involving two of the above teams this year(projected underdogs in bold)
9/11 - Georgia Tech at Kansas
9/18 - Clemson at Auburn
10/23 - Georgia Tech at Clemson
10/30 - Cal at Oregon St and Mizzou at Nebraska
11/3 - Rutgers at USF
11/13 - Central Michigan at Navy, Kansas at Nebraska and Tulsa at Houston
11/27 - Kansas at Missouri
Taking the underdog using this strategy over the last 6 years would have given an 82-54-1 record, which would be a 60.3% winning percentage. In other words, a money maker. The only year you would have lost money in the last 6 would have been 2008, but went 13-3 last year.
As you see, the strategy is already 2-0 this year. If you are like me and like to load up on one or two games per weekend the above might be something to consider. The Tulsa at Houston game might be one to avoid due to Houston losing its top 2 QB's and going to a Freshman after last week's game, and I'm going to have to see something more from Kansas before jumping on them, but I'll definitely keep this in mind.
Mk wrote:Happened to have UCLA at 8 for a push but saw this after the game...and it was written yesterday when the line actually was 9.5.
Not very common but this is pretty unreal. I guess pay attention to teams who get crushed on the road on weekday games.System Play: UCLA +9.5
Play on a Saturday home team (not an underdog of 26+ points) with 7 plus days rest off a non-Saturday road straight-up loss of 25 plus points. This system has a record of 15-0 SU winning by an average of 28.1 ppg and 14-0-1 ATS covering by an average of 16.6 ppg since 2000.
UCLA traveled to Oregon on October 21 and got hammered 63-13. The Bruins return home to face Arizona...which qualifies for the system.
The system has been active twice this season going 2-0. (Winners UTEP and UAB)
This system has been successful in the past but I hope we all understand there are no guarantees in this business. I'm playing the system Saturday. You make your on judgement.
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