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Big Mid-October Saturday Football

Nelly’s smashed last week’s NCAA 2/3 with a winning result and we have already gone 3-0 FOUR TIMES in this year’s 2/3 offers in only 11 tries. Nelly’s is 11-6 in all football picks so far in October. Try our 2/3 for Saturday college football or join for the rest of the month!

Nelly’s won in MLB action last night as the playoffs continue. We have also hit 60% in the NFL this season.

Green Sheet Issue #14 went our earlier this week as well.

Point Train cashed a huge 10-unit play last weekend in the NFL and they have a 6-unit NCAA play for Saturday’s big schedule!

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Point Train free pick – Oct 16th

If you like offenses this is the game for you. Ole’ Miss has the 2nd best offense in terms of total yardage per game at 561.6YPG while the Vols check in 18th (473.3YPG).  Mississippi is the 4th highest scoring team in college football at 46.2PPG, Tennessee is 7th at 41.5PPG. The difference here is defensively as the smallish Ole’Miss D-line has been dominated by opposing offenses allowing 193.6-Rushing Yards Per game (102nd) on 4.6-Yards Per Attempt (91st). The Volunteers offense is the 6th best rushing offense in college football at 252.8-Rush Yards Per game (6th) and 5.4-Yards Per Attempt (16th). With two relatively even offenses it’s clear to see that Tennessee rates decisively better defensively which will be the difference here. The Vols should be favored in this game, and we’ll bet them on the moneyline +110 to win outright.

Bet – Tennessee +110 on the Moneyline

Maximum Sports has hit 60% in college football this season – play Max’s Game of the Week or a Saturday 3-pack!

Big E’s next 20* is out for SEC action on Saturday – plus Biggie plays and the Top 5 Ticket (4-1 last week)

Bobby Dalton went 4-1 last Saturday and his next HIGH FIVE 60% offers is available for Saturday night! Dalton won his 7star Friday night to start the college week!

Dalton also has won 3 in a row in MLB!

FREE PICK SATURDAY #201 Rice +17.5 over UTSA 5 PM CT

Rice played an incredibly difficult non-conference schedule and the numbers wound up pretty ugly in a 0-3 start for the Owls. It is worth noting that the opener with Arkansas was a very close game despite the 21-point final margin but Rice was overmatched in all three of those games. The Owls have not been dominant in climbing back to 2-3 but they now play as a massive underdog in San Antonio looking to get to 2-0 in Conference USA. In a SEC venue vs. an emerging Arkansas program to open the season Rice was +19.5 in Week 1. Facing a top AAC contender in crosstown rival Houston Rice was +7.5 at home. After that loss Rice was +26 in Austin in an ugly loss to the Longhorns but this valuation on UTSA is difficult to reach relative to those programs. Yes, UTSA is 6-0 and has impressed but  all five FBS wins have come by less than this spread and four of six wins have come by one-score. That includes wins at Illinois and at Memphis but also includes a narrow home win over UNLV. Veteran quarterback Frank Harris has terrific numbers this season but UTSA has struggled to run the ball posting only 3.8 yards per rush and teams are keying in on top running back Sincere McCormick. UTSA was -21 vs. UNLV and the case for Rice being several points stronger is rather easy to make with the recent performances of the Owls and last year this was a very impressive defensive team and that should play out in the Conference USA numbers moving forward. Rice was a five-point favorite on the road in the last meeting between these teams two years ago in a narrow UTSA win and while Rice is looking for its first win in this series since 2014, UTSA has averaged fewer than 24 points per game in those five wins. Facing Memphis and Western Kentucky has greatly skewed the run defense numbers for the Roadrunners and Rice has the ability to slow this game down and provide sustained drives to compete in this contest with a far higher spread than would have been expected a few weeks ago with most projecting Rice to finish above UTSA in the C-USA West standings, something that is still quite realistic despite the first half numbers.