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Washington at UCLA (64')

By Bryan Rosica, Featured Handicapper

OK, I have one! It's Time now to make it two in a row.

Last night a 75 Dime Winner cashing in on the Bengals covering against the Dolphins.

I feel I have another winner for you tonight.

75 DIME
Pac 12 Dead Mortal Lock

Washington at UCLA - 10:30 ET

MATCHES Thursday's 75 Dime Winner
Bengals (-4) by 12 over Dolphins

I have been diving into this weekend of football and feel I am sitting on a powder keg. Let's keep things rolling the right way with this Pac-12 winner from Pasadena.

64 1/2 points (as I type my analysis) is a big total for this evening's Rose Bowl meeting between Washington and UCLA, but I am thinking that the Over is the way to go, as BOTH teams have been very offensive-minded in their opening quarter of the year.

The Huskies are averaging 44 points per game for the year, and have played ALL 4 of their games Over the total for first-year head coach Kalen DeBoer.

The Bruins are scoring 41.7 points per game this season, and have landed Over in their last pair and in 3 of their 4 games overall this season.

These teams did play last season in Seattle in a game the Bruins were able to win, 24-17 as the contest did hold well Under the total of 55 points the oddsmakers had placed on the contest.

Last year's Under did snap a stretch of 4 straight series Overs played between these Pac-12 rivals.

Going to look for the points to add up in this year's meeting in Pasadena.

Huskies-Bruins go High.

3* WASHINGTON-UCLA OVER



Chicago at NY GIANTS (-3)

By Gus Augustine, Featured Handicapper

I've won 15 of the last 21 days, and $10 bettors are up exactly $6K in three weeks.

I've also made $10 Bettors $13,870 in College Football the last three seasons, and tonight will put that money to work with 50 Dime Winner # 19 of 25.

Two surprises out of the Mountain West Conference do battle at Allegiant Stadium, and I love the total between UNLV and New Mexico.

Let's get last night's loss on BYU back with my Mountain West Conference Total of the Year.

WINNING DAY # 16 OF 22

$10 Bettors up $6,000 the past 21 days

50 DIME
Winner # 19 of 25
- and # 4 of 5 in College Football - )

Mountain West
Total of the Year

New Mexico-UNLV Over/Under
11:00 Eastern

18-6 Roll with 50 Dimers since Aug. 20, including
Cubs (+160) 4-2 over Philadelphia on Wednesday
UNLV (-3) by 10 over Utah State on Saturday
Vikings-Eagles Under by 19 points two Mondays back
Steelers-Patriots Under by 9 points two Sundays back
UNLV-North Texas Over by 23 points two Saturdays back
- and this play is JUST AS STRONG -

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The New York Giants opened the season with wins over bad teams. In their first test of the season, they lost to the Dallas Cowboys. Well, back to playing beatable teams.

The Giants will have no trouble beating the struggling Chicago Bears to bounce back after the Monday night loss.

The Bears won't have an answer for running back Saquon Barkley, who had 126 scrimmage yards (81 rushing, 45 receiving) and his second rushing touchdown of the season. Barkley leads the NFL with 408 scrimmage yards (136 per game) and is one of two with 80+ scrimmage yards in each of the first three weeks, along with Cleveland's Nick Chubb.

Barkley comes into this one with 50+ scrimmage yards in five of his past six at home, and registered 102 rushing yards in the last meeting. He also had 146 scrimmage yards (125 rushing, 21 receiving) in his last home meeting with Chicago.

Why so much info on Barkley? Because the Bears have allowed the second-most rushing yards through three weeks, having given up 471 yards on the ground.

If they can't contain Barkley, the time of possession will favor the Giants and Chicago won't have an answer.

Play New York.

4* GIANTS



Los Angeles at HOUSTON (+6')

By Chris Jordan, Featured Handicapper

Six of seven winning days in the bank after my 500♦ AFC Total of the Month cashed in on the Dolphins-Bengals staying Under.

That followed Wednesday's 1500♦ Winner on the Twins over the ChiSox.

That followed the Tigers getting the money for us on Tuesday, an 800♦ Winner over the Royals.

And that followed Monday's 500♦ Winner on the Cowboys outright over the Giants.

Tonight I make it seven of eight winning days in the bank, as I roll with another 500♦ Winner, my Conference USA Game of the Month.

WINNING DAY # 7 OF 8

500♦
Conference USA
Game of the Month

UTSA - Middle Tennessee State
7:30 Eastern

MATCHING Thursday's 500♦ NFL Winner
Dolphins-Bengals Under by 7 points

MATCHING Monday's 500♦ NFL Winner
Dallas (+1') 23-16 outright over the Giants

Fresh off Wednesday's
1500♦ A.L. Central Pitching Mismatch
Minnesota 8-4 over the White Sox

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My free NFL winner for Sunday is the Houston Texans over the Los Angeles Chargers.

The Bolts are easily the better team here, but they also just lost at home to the Jacksonville Jaguars, and we're talking about a Texans team that has been competitve through three games, covering all three. Dating back, they're also on a 5-0 ATS roll during AFC battles.

Whether or not Justin Herbert is able to play, or will play, let me tell you that coach Brandon Staley didn't think wisely by playing his franchise quarterback once the Jags put the game out of reach. I don't care that Herbert said he wanted to play, rib injuries are no joke.

And now he goes on the road to face a Texans team that has won the last two meetings and will be hungry to get its first win before Las Vegas gets its first.

And in the Chargers' plethora of injuries to three essential postions - left tackle Rashawn Slater, wide receiver Keenan Allen and edge rusher Joey Bosa - and things are a mess with this team right now.

I'm much more confident in a healthy Davis Mills, who completed 21 of 27 attempts for a career-high 77.8% for 254 yards and two touchdowns vs. 0 interceptions for 130.6 rating in his last year's 41-29 win over the Bolts.

Mills has 1,916 passing yards (273.7 per game) with 14 TDs against an interception for a 111.3 rating in seven career home starts. He also has 300 or more passing yards in four of his past six home starts, and will aim for his eighth straight at home with a 90+ rating when he hosts the injury-plagued Chargers on Sunday.

Take the points and be active in buying the half point if for some reason the number gets back in the range of +6 and +7.

1* TEXANS