Submitted by Kelso Sturgeon on Wednesday, November 16, 2011 at 9:29 AM
When I won my 25-unit side/total parlay on Monday night's Minnesota Vikings at the Green Bay Packers it meant that I went 13-6 in football on a four-day weekend that included a 200-unit win with Rutgers over Army and a 100-unit win in my College Upset Game of the Year with TCU's shocking 36-35 upset of previously undefeated Boise State, as a 16-point underdog, no less.
Then there is the fact I have gone 9-2 with my Best Bet Club basketball plays while standing 1-1 in 50-unit plays. It's just the beginning of what I believe will be a great season and you can get on board for all of 2011-12 for just $229, charged to your major credit card. Sign up on this website or toll free at 1-800-755-2255 and start winning tonight.
Mark this company Saturday, November 19, on your calendar and get ready for another winning 200-unit college football special play, remaining ever mindful I have released just two of these this season and won them both. Like the previous two winners, the team I am releasing has a 95% chance to cover the number.
Last Saturday I took down the money with Rutgers (-9) in its 27-12 win over Army as a 200-unit special play. The only other 200-unit special play I released this season came on October 15 as Washington (-17½) buried Colorado, 52-24.
Special plays are just that-very special-and I intend to prove that again Saturday with another 200-unit winner.
Hoops 4-0 Monday & Tuesday, Steam 0-6
I went 2-0 again in Best Bets Club college basketball Monday & Tuesday, winning 10 units on Cal over Austin Peay and 5 Units on Kentucky over Kansas Tuesday night, and winning a 10-unit play on Indiana State (-11) with its 71-59 win over LA-Monroe and taking down a 5-unit victory with Detroit (+7) as it got the cover in a 59-53 loss at Notre Dame on Monday. Those four wins means I have gone 9-2 the last five days in BBC baskets. You can win tonight's games for just $15, charged to your major credit card. If you need a little boost in your confidence I have listed below is my Best Bets Club record for the past four days.
Tuesday, Nov 15
10 Units: California (-13.5) 72, Austin Peay 55 (W)
5 Units: Kentucky (-7) 75, Kansas 65 (W)
Monday, Nov. 14
10 Units: Indiana State (-11) 71, LA-Monroe 59 (W)
5 Units: Detroit (+7) 53, Notre Dame 59 (W)
Sunday, Nov. 13
10 Units: Loyola-Marymount (-5) 51, Middle Tenn. 58 (L)
Saturday, Nov. 12
10 Units: Evansville (+3) 80, Butler 77 (W)
5 Units: Long Beach State (-12) 69, Idaho 61 (L)
Friday, Nov. 11
50 Units: Belmont (+12) 76, Duke 77 (W)
10 Units: St. Bonaventure (-7 ½) 79, Cornell 58 (W)
5 Units: Valparaiso (-3 ½) 90, Georgia Southern 81 (W)
5 Units: Loyola-Marymount (+14) 69, UCLA 58 (W)
I do believe I have a big edge over most linemakers and bookmakers, despite the fact I have not in years seen college basketball lines as hard as those being offered now. It is interesting to note the wiseguys stepped in last night on six games-betting enough to make them all steam plays and ended the night a perfect 0-6. For the record, here is where the wiseguys danced:
They went over 144 in the Nevada-UNLV game and lost when it fell 138.
They took Michigan, laying 26 ½ over Towson, and lost as the Wolverines won by 17 points, 64-47.
They took South Florida -17 over Marist and lost as the Bulls won by 14, 81-67.
Their biggest play of the day was Columbia -4 ½ over Furman, with their money pushing the number out to -7 ½, and lost as Furman won in a 62-58 upset.
They took Manhattan +25 ½ against Syracuse and lost again as the Orange won by 36 points, 92-56.
They took San Jose State -6 over Cal-Irvine and lost as the Spartans won by a single point, 51-50.
Food for thought.
Kelso's College Top 10
LSU (10-0 SU, 7-3 ATS)-Not one single weakness and headed for SEC championship game against Georgia. Remaining regular season games: at Mississippi, Arkansas.
Alabama (9-1, 7-3)-Only loss 9-6 to LSU. Can make a case Tide is best team and rematch with LSU for BCS championship not out of question. Remaining games: Georgia Southern, at Auburn.
Oregon (9-1, 6-3-1)-Only loss 40-26 to LSU. Has speed, quickness and skill players to beat anyone. Remaining games: USC, Oregon State.
Oklahoma State (10-0, 8-2)-Has one of best offenses in modern history but severely lacking on defense. Remaining schedule: at Iowa State, Oklahoma.
Wisconsin (8-2, 6-4)-Both losses came on miracle plays on last play of game, at Ohio State and at Michigan State. Remaining games: at Illinois, Penn State.
Oklahoma (8-1, 6-3)-Only loss 3-point home upset by Texas Tech. Loaded with top skill players, has great quickness and speed. Remaining games: at Baylor, Iowa State, at Oklahoma State.
Arkansas (9-1, 6-4)-Great offense and just enough defense to get it done. Last game of season, at LSU, tells it all. Remaining games: Mississippi State (in Little Rock), at LSU.
Boise State (8-1, 4-5)-Shake off 36-35 loss to TCU. This is still a very good football team and will be in major bowl. Remaining schedule: at San Diego State, Wyoming, New Mexico.
Stanford (9-1, 8-1-1)-Outstanding offense and defense and just could not cope with Oregon speed and quickness. Still a major player. Remaining schedule: California, Notre Dame.
Kansas State (8-2, 8-2)-Most under-rated team in college football and always comes to play-as a TEAM. True grit to core and never quits. Remaining schedule: at Texas, Iowa State.
College Injury Report--Quarterbacks
BYU-QB Riley Nelson is out with a rib injury. Former starter Jake Heaps gets the start against New Mexico State.
Cincinnati-Long-time starting QB Zach Collaros (leg) is out for the season. He will be replaced by Munchie Lagaux at Rutgers.
Colorado State-QB Pete Thomas (knee) is doubtful for TCU.
Hawaii-Long-time starting QB Bryant Moniz (leg) is out for season. New starter against Fresno State.
Marshall-QB A.J. Graham (shoulder) is doubtful for Memphis.
Tennessee-Starting QB Tyler Bray (thumb) returns for Vanderbilt.
Texas-El Paso-QB Nick Lamaison (back) is doubtful for Tulsa.
Washington-Keith Price (knee) is doubtful for Oregon State