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Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-B  |  Nov 24, 2017
Northern Colorado vs Youngstown State
Youngstown State
+4 -110 at 5Dimes
Lost
$110.0
Play Type: Top Premium

10* Youngstown State (9:00 ET): With all the Holiday Tournaments going on around the country, this game is certainly likely to be off most bettors' radar, but I think it offers some solid value on the dog. Youngstown State may be only 2-2 SU, but they've scored at least 78 pts in every game, so getting some help from the oddsmakers is a nice luxury to have. Now, the Penguins have played two lined game thus far, neither working out, even though they were the dog in both. That's because they allowed over 100 pts to both Kent and Canisius. Their two wins came at the expense of Franciscan University and Westminster (PA). But it's not as if Northern Colorado is any "great shakes" as they've twice lost by double digits, only to come back and win games at Pepperdine (by two) and over non-board team Northern New Mexico. This is a neutral site game, played in Sioux Falls as part of the Sanford Pentagon Showcase. I'll take the points.

Not much is being expected from YSU this season. They finished 8th in the 10-team Horizon League last season and that's where they are being pegged again this season. They have a 1st year HC in Jerrod Calhoun, who found success at D-II Fairmont State, who he led to the title game last season. Calhoun replaces Jerry Slocum, who retired after 12 seasons on the job. There is some talent here, notably senior Cameron Morse, a two-time All-Horizon League selection. Sophomore Braun Hartfield, a Cleveland-area native, scored a career-high 31 pts in the loss to Canisius last week. Freshman Garrett Covington is off to a nice start as he scored 18 pts (career-high) in the last game and is shooting 72% from the field. He also had seven steals in the team's first win of the year. 

Northern Colorado is off a 39-point win, which I guess is why they are favored here, but I'm not sure they deserve to be. The Big Sky rep is just 4-10 ATS when laying points the previous three seasons. The Bears finished towards the bottom of the Big Sky last season. They don't shoot the ball particularly well (40.3 FG%), including 26.9% from three-point range. They easily could be 1-3 SU entering this game. 10* Youngstown State

Matchup Selection W/L
NHL  |  Nov 24, 2017
Red Wings vs Rangers
Rangers
-160 at 5Dimes
Won
$100
Play Type: Top Premium

8* NY Rangers (7:05 ET): It's a "thin line" between the top and bottom of the Metro this season, which is a stark contrast to last season when the division was incredibly top-heavy (four teams w/ 100+ points). The Rangers find themselves near the middle w/ 24 points, though things weren't necessarily looking as good until they won their last two games. Those wins, over Ottawa and Carolina, came by a combined score of 9-1. The Blueshirts have actually now won 8 of their last 10 w/ both losses coming on the road. Tonight they host Detroit, who has lost B2B games, both at home (allowed 10 goals in the process). It would appear as if we have two teams trending in opposite directions here. I'll take the one in better form, obviously. 

Detroit finished last season w/ only 79 points, putting them near the bottom in the Atlantic. Quite frankly, things could have been a lot worse were it not for a stunning 9-0 record in shootouts! The team was a perfect 11-0 in shootouts the L2 seasons, before dropping one to Columbus back on 11.11. Following wins over Calgary and Buffalo, the Red Wings finished their five-game homestand w/ losses to the Avs and Oilers. The former came in OT while they were dominated by the Oilers, 6-2 on Wednesday. The Wings managed only 46 shots total in the two games, which typically won't get it done. Nor will goaltender Jimmy Howard's .894 save percentage his L4 starts. He's allowed eight goals on the last 58 shots he's seen, including four on 19 shots vs. Edmonton before being pulled. 

Meanwhile, the Rangers have won seven straight at home and outscored the opposition by a 2:1 margin (22-11) during their 8-2 run. Considering the offense we've seen from them (7th in goals per game), the Rangers should be able to beat Howard multiple times tonight. Their goaltending had been a disappointment early on, but Henrik Lundqvist appears to have regained usual form w/ a superb .946 save percentage his L4 outings. 8* NY Rangers

Matchup Selection W/L
NBA  |  Nov 24, 2017
Grizzlies vs Nuggets
UNDER 208½ -105 Won
$100
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10* Under Grizzlies/Nuggets (9:05 ET): Memphis is in a really bad way right now as they're 0 for 6 - both SU and ATS - their last six games overall, the last four all coming w/o the services of PG Mike Conley, who is going to be out for an indefinite period of time. Denver, meanwhile, was blown out (by 30) in its last game (by Houston). So we have a pair of Western Conference teams "trying to pick up the pieces" here and the Nuggets have their own injury (Paul Milsap) that they're currently dealing with. (Although, they have the depth at the PF position to potentially overcome it). The Nuggets do average 113 points per game here at home, but that alone will NOT be enough to get this game Over the total. I'm on the Under here as the Grizzlies have not topped 94 pts in any of their three previous games.

In fact, I played against the Grizz Wednesday night, when they hosted lowly Dallas. I took the points and it turned out I didn't even need them as the Mavs won outright, 95-94 as six-point pups. It was a brutal loss as Harrison Barnes' banked in a 30-footer at the buzzer for the Dallas win. Initially, Memphis had led by as many as 18 in the 1H before getting outscored 35-16 in the third quarter. Turning the ball over 17 times certainly didn't help and that number can be directly attributed to Conley's absence. This is Memphis' first six-game losing streak since April of 2016. They scored just 38 pts in the second half vs. Dallas. Shooting 45.7% for the game was actually a drastic improvement from the previous two games when they were below 38%. 

I mentioned earlier that Denver has the depth to fight through the Milsap injury, but losing a player averaging 15.3 points, 6.2 rebounds and 3.1 assists will definitely have a negative effect. Of course, Milsap alone couldn't have made up the difference in Wednesday's 125-95 beatdown at the hands of Houston either. The team shot only 40.2% from the field in that defeat. That leads me to bring up something that may be in the Grizzlies' favor here and that's the fact they've held their previous two opponents to 39.8% and 42.9% shooting respectively. The Under is 7-1 for them when facing winning teams and 6-2 when they're listed as the underdog. Each of the L3 games have gone Under. With both teams adjusting to life w/o a key player, I see the likelihood of some pretty ugly offensive efforts being likely here. 10* Under Grizzlies/Nuggets

Matchup Selection W/L
NBA  |  Nov 24, 2017
Blazers vs Nets
Blazers
-4 -105 at 5Dimes
Lost
$105.0
Play Type: Top Premium

8* Portland (12:05 ET): Coming into the season, I considered seven teams to be "locks" for the postseason in the Western Conference: Golden St, Houston, San Antonio, OKC, Minnesota, Denver and the Clippers. Thus far, Portland has certainly done an admirable job of making me re-think their exclusion from the list. The Blazers come into Friday w/ a per game point differential (+4.2) that exceeds all but five teams in the league right now and that quintet consists mostly of the heavyweights you'd think it would (Warriors, Rockets, Celtics). However, all is not necessarily well in the Pacific Northwest as the team is looking to bounce back from an ugly 20-point loss in Philadelphia the other night. A visit to Brooklyn should theoretically get them back on track. Lay the short number. 

Brooklyn isn't horrible this season, which for them is an improvement. They just got done playing the two NBA Finalists from each of the L3 seasons (Warriors, Cavs) and more than held their own, covering each game. They're actually riding a 3-game ATS win streak coming into today. They engaged in a shootout w/ Cleveland, losing 119-109, but the game was much closer than that most of the way. It wasn't until LeBron James "went off" in the 4Q that the Cavs finally pulled away. Something to note about this Nets team is that they are playing at the fastest pace in the entire league right now. Aside from Golden State, most of the teams at the top of that list aren't very good as the fast pace has a negative effect on the defensive end. Sure enough, the Nets rank 27th in defensive efficiency.

It can't be overstated how massive an edge Portland has defensively in this matchup. They join Boston and Oklahoma City as the only three teams in the league that are currently allowing fewer than one point per possession (#2 in def efficiency). In more "traditional terms," they allow just 97.4 points per game (only Boston allowing less). For the sake of comparison, Brooklyn is allowing 114.2 PPG, second MOST in the league. That 17-point difference in points allowed per game looms large here. With Portland looking to bounce back from an ugly defeat, I look for them to put the clamps down this afternoon. They haven't allowed more than 101 points in a game since November 2nd. Opponents have shot 43.3% or worse from the floor in six of the last seven games. 8* Portland

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-F  |  Nov 24, 2017
South Florida vs Central Florida
South Florida
+11 -115 at Bovada
Won
$100
Play Type: Top Premium

8* South Florida (3:30 ET): Coming into the year, we all thought this regular season finale would be USF's shot at clinching a spot in the AAC Championship Game and sure enough, that's the case. However, no one could have envisioned that they'd be a double-digit DOG to UCF, who is unbeaten and vying to be the "Group of Five" representative in a "New Year's Six Bowl." (In all likelihood, whomever wins the AAC will be that rep). Memphis (also ranked) is waiting in the wings to play the winner of this game next week. Tip your cap to the job done at Central Florida by Scott Frost, who likely lands himself a higher paying job (Nebraska?) for next season. However, let's not discredit what Charlie Strong has done up the road in Tampa. USF actually had the "bullseye" on them at the start of the year as they were favored to run the table and be in the position UCF is currently in. The Bulls did lose once, to Houston (by four), but that's it. Underdogs for the 1st time in 2017, I'll take them plus the points in this de fact AAC East Championship Game. 

South Florida's lone loss saw them outgain Houston 462-397 and that yardage edge was even greater before they gave up a 9-play, 49-yard drive in the final two minutes to lose 28-24 (were 10.5-pt favorites). Save for that game, it's pretty much been "smooth sailing" for the Bulls. Eight of their 10 wins have come by double digits. Yet, just to illustrate how much the market has "feared" them, they actually come into this game on a 4-game ATS losing streak. Last week saw them  "slip by" Tulsa 27-20, though they actually spent a good deal of the game up double digits. Keep an eye on QB Quinton Flowers, who is every bit the equal of his UCF counterpart McKenzie Milton (#2 in FBS pass efficiency), if not superior. Flowers is 2nd in the nation in QBR (trailing only Oklahoma's Baker Mayfield) and is the 7th player in FBS history to have a career w/ 7,000+ yds passing and 3,000+ yds rushing. 

UCF has outscored its seven AAC opponents by 165 points while USF is at +122. That's a somewhat negligible difference. Even w/ the unbeaten record and playing in Orlando, I just don't see why the Golden Knights are favored by this many points. It is USF that actually has a slight edge on defense as they rank #1 in the conference in both points (19.9) and yards (323.5) per game allowed while UCF is #2 in both categories (20.5, 373.6). UCF has hardly had the most challenging schedule and got a clear break earlier in the year, hosting Memphis in a rescheduled date (Hurricane Irma). Here, it is USF w/ a pretty clear scheduling advantage. They get two extra days to prepare as they last played Thursday while UCF was at Temple Saturday. The Bulls are 6-2 SU in the eight all-time meetings, including a 48-31 win and cover (as 10-pt chalk) LY. 8* South Florida

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-F  |  Nov 24, 2017
Baylor vs TCU
OVER 51 -110 Won
$100
Play Type: Top Premium

10* Over Baylor/TCU (12:00 ET): These two Texas rivals are in VERY different places right now. Baylor HC Matt Rhule inherited a complete mess, left over from the Art Briles' regime. A Bears team that won 10+ games four times from 2011-2015 dropped to 7-6 SU last year, a direct result of Briles' misdeeds. We knew it would be "tough sledding" for Rhule in year one, but I don't think that anyone Waco foresaw a 1-10 record w/ ZERO Big 12 victories. Yet that's the reality entering this, their season finale. Meanwhile, coming off their own down year (6-7 SU in '16), TCU was on my shortlist for Most Improved Teams in the country (they were my top win total pick at Over 7.5) and sure enough, Gary Patterson's Horned Frogs have delivered w/ a 9-2 SU record. A win Friday and they would earn a rematch w/ Oklahoma in the Big X11 Championship Game (back this year!) next week.

Given what's at stake for TCU and the state of Baylor, the pointspread is predictably high here. It actually may not even be high enough as according to my own power rankings, there are at least couple points of value w/ the Horned Frogs here. But even though I cashed Oklahoma last week minus a huge number, I typically don't like laying this many points and won't in this situation. If there's one commonality these teams share (besides both hailing from Texas), it's that they've been going Under a lot in Big XII play. TCU, thanks to not allowing a single second half TD in the last five games, has gone Under in seven straight games. Baylor is riding a four-game Under streak. That confluence has created a situation here where the O/U line is probably a lot lower than it ought to be and thus Over is going to be my play Friday as TCU should have no problems scoring here and could possibly go Over the total by themselves.

Playing w/o QB Kenny Hill and RB Darius Anderson (out for year), the Horned Frogs beat Texas Tech 27-3 last week in Lubbock. Despite the lopsided victory, they were actually outgained as they threw for only 85 yards. Of course, when you allow only three points, you don't need to pass much. The offense did run for 200+ yards, which is impressive. Here in Ft. Worth, TCU averages 43.4 PPG for the season, so like I said earlier, they are more than capable of sending this game Over, almost by themselves. HC Patterson has said that Hill is probable to play. Teams are relishing the opportuniity to beat up downtrodden Baylor right now and last year saw the Horned Frogs hang 62 on them in Waco. The Baylor defense is allowing over 450 YPG for the season. As for getting "any help" from the Baylor offense, I suspect that when the game inevitably gets out of reach late, there will be opportunities for them to score. They do come in averaging 24.5 points per game. 10* Over Baylor/TCU

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