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Big Bowl Opportunities

We are in the peak of the bowl season and some big plays are ahead with four straight days of bowl action through January 2 before NFL Week 17 takes over on Sunday. Check out this week’s Green Sheet #24 for coverage of all the games Dec. 31-Jan. 3.

Nelly’s is up to 60% on our college phone service picks with a 75% start in bowl action. We won our only 2* so far with an underdog winning outright and our next 2* pick goes on New Year’s Eve. We’ll likely have a 2/3 offer for Friday/Saturday bowl action and also a NFL 2/3 offer, having gone 2-0 last Sunday.

We have also had a positive start to the basketball season coming off three consecutive seasons of massive gains with a net profit of more than 100* the past three years in basketball. Join us for all picks through January 31 for just $149!

Bobby Dalton has been on a huge run in the NFL with a 23-10 run the past six weeks. Don’t miss out on his Week 17 card this Sunday. Dalton has also been profitable in early bowl action and has dominated on New Year’s Eve historically. His 15* Bowl Game of the Year is out for Thursday plus he also has a 7* in daytime action. Don’t miss out on more winners from the Big Dog.

The Big E is on a scorching 11-3 run in college football Biggies and his biggest pick is ahead with his 25* Bowl Game of the Year this week. He has won this pick six of the past seven years and he won his 25* College Game of the Year earlier this season. Play with the Big E for daily Biggies, his 25* Bowl Game of the Year, of the entire bowl week! Big E is also featuring daily basketball Biggies as well!

Maximum has a pair of picks for Wednesday bowl action looking to build on a steady long term track record the past 12 years at 124-105 in bowls. Maximum has posted a big 10* Bowl pick for Thursday’s schedule!

Point Train expects a big bowl pick this weekend as well. Point Train swept the board Sunday including a 6-unit Top Play blowout winner Sunday night with the Packers. Don’t miss another big game winner with a ticket on the Point Train.

Look for daily updates for football and basketball in a crazy sports schedule the next few days to close 2020.

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Free Bowl Pick Saturday

'UNDER 54' Washington vs. Penn State 3:00 PM CT

Penn State averaged just over 31 points per game against the five best teams they faced in the Big Ten while being held to just 283 yards against Ohio State despite scoring 38 points. The Lions have offensive stars but the success this season came from a defense that held nine of 12 foes below 20 points. Washington allowed just over 14 points per game this season while never allowing more than 30 points. The Huskies have the best run defense in the nation allowing just 2.6 yards per carry and Penn State isn’t too far behind as both teams will struggle on the ground.

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Don’t miss Big E’s 25* Bowl Game of the Year Saturday – 4-0 in his 25* Bowl GOY the last four years while 14-5 this football season in 15* & higher picks including 3-0 in 25* picks (Preseason, NFL, and College GOY wins).

Nelly’s Bowl GOY goes Monday with Nelly’s football on a 5-0-1 run in 3* Top Plays and a winner in our Bowl GOY the past two years with dogs winning outright!

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Free Bowl Pick Saturday

#204 Western Kentucky -6.5 over Georgia State 1:30 PM CT

Georgia State just slipped into the bowl schedule, finishing the season 6-5. A scheduled game against Memphis Sept. 30 was cancelled as it is safe to assume the Panthers might have been left off the bowl schedule had that game been played. The Panthers lost their final two games of the regular season, falling to Appalachian State 31-10 and Idaho State, 24-10 but will make the program’s second ever bowl game, playing in this game two years ago with a loss to San Jose State.

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Offensively, Georgia State has struggled at times, averaging 19.7 points per game. QB Conner Manning has tossed 13 TDs with seven interceptions, along with 2,870 yards passing. WR Penny Hart has more than 1,000 receiving yards and eight touchdowns on 73 receptions. The Panthers lack a strong rushing attack, averaging 114.9 yards per game on just 3.2 yards per carry. Defensively, Georgia State allows almost 400 yards per game on 5.8 yards per play. Bryan Williams has four interceptions, while Marterious Allen has recorded four sacks as the standouts on the defense.

Western Kentucky (6-6) also just snuck into the bowl party, struggling after a 5-2 start to the season. The Hilltoppers lost four of their last five contests to fall well short of the success of the past two seasons in Mike Sanford’s first season as head coach. Despite their mediocre record, QB Mike White has enjoyed a stellar senior season. White has 27 TD passes with seven interceptions and has passed for 3,826 yards despite the transition of the offense. Western Kentucky scores about 26 points per game, after averaging about 45 points per game the past three seasons.

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The Hilltoppers come into this bowl game with some injury concerns on defense but this is a favorable matchup as Western Kentucky would be more likely to struggle against a strong rushing team. The Hilltoppers out-gained their foe in three of four late season losses while the collection of wins for Georgia State features six of the very worst teams in the nation, all ranking 105 or worse in FPI.

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Don’t miss debut bowl picks from our handicappers for Saturday! Bobby Dalton has released a 10* Best Bet for Saturday while Big E has his first 10* Bowl Biggie. Nelly’s, Point Train, and Maximum also have bowl releases to start the college postseason!