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Thursday ALDS & Football

Nelly’s moved to 1-0 in the playoffs with a winner last night, now 11-3 in our last 14 MLB picks. Get tonight’s TOTAL play for MLB action!

Be sure to check back tomorrow for our football picks for the weekend after a 3-0 Saturday & a 3-0 Sunday last week.

Green Sheet Issue #13 was sent out yesterday – Keys went 8-4 last week.

Bobby Dalton has NFL and MLB picks for Thursday!

He closed the regular season on a 12-3 run and his first playoff 7star goes today – 55-30 in MLB 7star picks this season!

Join Dalton for tonight’s big NFC West clash to kick off Week 5!

Point Train expects to release his 10-unit NFL Total of the Year this weekend for Sunday’s Week 5 schedule.

Big E will have his Top 5 Ticket and upcoming Biggies released soon – a 20* in the MAC is ahead this weekend.

Maximum is 11-6 in college football this season – don’t miss his next selection(s):

Free Pick Thursday: Tulane +6.5 over Houston

Everything went right for Houston last week jumping out to a 28-0 lead and making the most of three Tulsa turnovers, including getting a 45-yard interception return touchdown. Houston had 45 points on only 405 yards of offense and the Cougars have struggled to run the ball this season averaging only 3.7 yards per rush. Clayton Tune has only one more touchdown pass than interception thrown, and this second straight road game could be a dangerous game. Houston struggled two weeks ago against Navy as even in a down year the Midshipmen posted a solid rushing edge on Houston to take a lead into the fourth quarter. Tulane’s offense has some schematic similarities to Navy, but the Wave have an excellent quarterback in Michael Pratt and the up-tempo offense has given plenty of teams problems. Tulane still does not have a FBS win but they have played at Oklahoma and at Mississippi. The Wave faced great early season challenges being displaced in the hurricane aftermath and it has taken a toll having played four of five games on the road. Tulane did lose its home opener but was productive against a good UAB defense only to dig an early hole in that game with turnovers. That was again the issue last week with a 4-0 turnover deficit against East Carolina. Tulane was a favorite vs. UAB in New Orleans two weeks ago while Houston was an underdog last week in Tulsa. This valuation just doesn’t add up for Houston as the 4-1 mark for the Cougars lacks quality in the win column and Tulane will be a serious threat to be a home underdog that controls the ground edge. The turnover challenges for Tulane will keep this selection as a free pick at a spread below +7 but not that much has likely changed for these programs from last year’s similarly priced game in Houston.