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Saturday Football + Free Pick

Don’t miss great offers in college football for Saturday – Nelly’s and Big E both added winners last night in college action and we are ready for a big day Saturday.

Nelly’s has a 2/3 Guarantee for Saturday for $25 with three daytime picks, now 21-11-1 in football releases. Nelly’s has a NFL 2/3 Sunday coming off a sweep in Week 5.

Big E has his next 20* – this week in the SEC looking to build on a 3-1 record this season in 15* & higher picks, covering by nearly four touchdowns in last week’s 20*. Big E also went 3-0 in the NFL in Week 5.

Big Dog Bobby Dalton is just in with a trio of picks for college football Saturday – all later games on the schedule including a 10* Best Bet + two 7* Picks. A 15* could also be on the horizon Saturday morning! Dalton also has a 10* for MLB Playoff Action Saturday!

Point Train has a 6-Unit Dog of the Month pick for Saturday as part of 3-Pack coming off a 10-3 start to October!

Maximum Sports has three 5* picks Saturday and his next Sunday 60% Guarantee in the NFL looking to build on a 9-2 NFL 5* record!

Here is today’s FREE PICK from the Green Sheet – Key Selections went 8-2 last week including 5-0 in the NFL! Issue #13 is available for just $12!

#134 Tennessee -6.5 over Kentucky 11:00 AM CT

Tennessee has maintained a strong series edge over Kentucky despite the Wildcats having perhaps briefly passed Tennessee for a few years in SEC East stature. Kentucky led 13-0 in the first quarter last season but didn’t score again despite a production edge in the game with the Wildcats failing on three different 4th downs in the second half. Kentucky produced a wild final score last week winning 24-2 to break its winless start against Mississippi State. Six turnovers certainly helped the cause for Kentucky last week, a winner despite only 157 total yards. Tennessee’s hopeful rise to a contending East program was put to a halt last week at Georgia. A halftime lead turned into a 23-point loss as the Vols were shut out in the second half last week and wound up with negative net rushing yards. Despite the score last week, Kentucky’s defense was highly vulnerable in its first two games and didn’t dominate two teams expected to finish towards the bottom of the SEC. This game figures to be close but in the trenches, Tennessee has the stronger personnel to make the difference.