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Big E 25* GOY Saturday + Free Pick

Big E has released his biggest pick of the season with his 25* College Game of the Year!

Get the pick now on a pay only after you win basis or join the B.E.S.T. for an extended subscription. He is 13-3 in NCAA 25* picks since 2013 including winning both his 25* GOY and his 25* Bowl GOY last season. He also has a 20* in Conference USA for Saturday having won his 20* pick each of the past three Saturdays!

Point Train is 4-2 in 6-unit NCAA Picks this season and his ACC Game of the Month is posted for Saturday’s schedule – Pay After You Win or join Point Train for a guaranteed weekend offer!

Nelly’s Football has won our NCAA 2/3 offer four of the past five Saturdays – join us for this week’s 2/3 offer!

We also hit last week’s NFL 2/3 as well!

Maximum Sports has a Game of the Week in college football or get 2/3 for Max!

Bobby Dalton’s next HIGH FIVE offer will be coming Saturday morning as well!

FREE PICK SATURDAY: #357 Baylor -7 over TCU

TCU and long-time head coach Gary Patterson parted ways last week in a shocking move for an admittedly very disappointing Frogs team. This group was considered a Big XII sleeper to start the season and is now just 3-5 overall with only one conference win. The defense has struggled with TCU outgained in five of the past six games with the only exception a narrow yardage edge vs. Oklahoma thanks to garbage time yards in a blowout loss. The past two weeks TCU has scored 17 and 12 points and TCU has lost three straight home games while 0-4 ATS in FBS games in Fort Worth this season. A coaching change can provide a spark at times, but Jerry Kill is in a lame duck situation and he will face a Baylor squad with a lot at stake as the Bears are tied with Oklahoma State for second place in the Big XII. The past three wins have all been home games with Baylor winning and covering as a slight favorite in each game and the Bears have scored at last 29 points in seven of eight games this season as while Dave Aranda’s reputation is on defense, this has been a quality offensive team. The road team has covered in five straight in this rivalry with four S/U wins and Baylor is +0.5 in yards per play on offense and +1.8 in yards per play on defense in comparing these teams though similar paths. The contrast in run defense provides a glaring disparity with Baylor allowing 3.7 yards per rush and TCU allowing 5.4 yards per rush and the solid run defense for the Bears is a big part of what has made this group an excellent second half team, closing out several close games including last week’s win over Texas. The case for this line being slightly overpriced with the negative transition news for TCU is valid but the Frogs have allowed at least 29 points in all seven FBS games this season and that won’t improve without one of the better defensive-minded head coaches in college football over the past two decades.