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Submitted by Kelso Sturgeon on Monday, October 5, 2015 at 4:22 PM




By Kelso Sturgeon

It is okay to believe and to have faith your favorite college or National Football League team is destiny's child this season but we are finding out in the real world of football is possibly more than ever ruled by upsets, chaos and dramatic ups and downs from one week to the next. I am thankful I am stilling winning despite all of this.

Believe me, hard work, long hours and a very sensitive nose for the trap games will always produce a high percentage of winners.

Saturday I won my 4th straight 100-unit College Blowout Game of the Week as previously winless Texas-San Antonio (-3.5) literally weathered lightning delays to knockoff Texas-El Paso, 25-6, in a game that seemed to go on forever and with me hoping they would at least get to the 55 minute-mark to make the game official for betting purposes, which they did.

Not only did this move my record to 4-0 in these games this season, it also marked the fourth straight time the smart money came in against me-and I still won. Here are the four previous winners.

4-0 In 100-Unit College Blowout Game Of The Week Plays
10/3...UTSA (-3.5) 25, Texas-El Paso 6 (Won)
9/26...South Carolina (-14) 31, Central Florida 14 (Won)
9/19...Utah (-11) 45, Fresno State 24 (Won)
9/12...Memphis (-11.5) 55, Kansas 23 (Won)

Here is what I had to say in my write-up in releasing the game:
"Since I constantly remind bettors that one must never ask a bad team to win for them, and it may seem that way with this play on an 0-4 team. Don't be deceived. Texas-San Antonio is young and in a rebuilding mode but completely outclasses Texas-El Paso in this game. The Roadrunners opened their season with losses at Arizona (3-1), to Kansas State (3-0), at Oklahoma State (4-0) and last week to Colorado State (2-2), 33-31.

This is a tremendous drop in class for UTSA and I expect the Roadrunners, coached to the razor's edge by Larry Coker, one of the geniuses of the game, to name the score in this one. My figures say Texas-El Paso is one of the three worst teams in the country and one must take notice of the fact its two wins have come over New Mexico State (one of the three worst teams in college football), 50-47, and then last week against I-AA Incarnate Word, 27-17. There is no reason to think Texas-San Antonio will not dominate from start to finish."

This Saturday I intend to make it 5-0 with this game with another team that my figures and the situation says will dominate its opponent.

100-Unit NFL Game Loses For First Time Now 3-1 For The Season

Proving that as hard as one works at it and as confident as one can be the win is coming, it is fact one cannot be right 100% of the time and I proved that Sunday with a losing 100-unit play on the Oakland Raiders (-3) over the Chicago Bears who won, 22-20. But, as noted, that still left me 3-1 in these games this season and here are the four I have released:

3-1 In 100-Unit NFL Games This Season
10-4...100 Units...Raiders (-3) 20, Bears 22 (Lose)
9/27...100 Units...Texans (-6) 19, Buccaneers 9 (Won)
9/20...100 Units...Steelers (-6) 43, 49ers 18 (Won)
9/13...100 Units...Bengals (-3) 33, Raiders 13 (Won)

Sunday I will be coming right back with complete confidence that my highrollers will win another 100-unit play.

NFL And College Underdogs Just Keep Winning

I went 2-0 with 25-unit underdogs this past weekend, winning on Saturday with Louisville (+3) and its 20-13 upset of previously undefeated N.C. State in the rain in Raleigh, and coming right back Sunday with Jacksonville (+4) and its winning cover in a 16-13 overtime loss at Indianapolis. Sunday's win with the Jaguars kept my NFL record with 25-unit underdogs unblemished at 4-0 and here a list of those winners:

4-0 In 25-Unit NFL Underdog Games Of Week
10/4...Jaguars (+4) 13, Colts 16 (OT) (Won)
9/27...Bills (+1) 41, Dolphins 14 (Won)
9-20...Falcons (+2) 24, Giants 20 (Won)
9-13...Titans (+4) 42, Buccaneers 14 (Won)

It also is of note my Best Bets Football Investment Club has gone 6-1 the past two Sundays. I think you get the idea and you can start winning with me every football day, playing by the day, or by the season, with club memberships saving you a small fortune. All major credit cards accepted. You can get all my plays, or sign up for the season with one of my services, on this website or toll free at 1-800-755-2255.

March To World Series Begins Tuesday And Wild Card Games Will Be All About Pitching

I have had one of my best Major League Baseball seasons ever and I can assure you the winning will continue right through the playoffs and the World Series which begins October 27. The playoffs begin Tuesday night when the New York Yankees (87-75) host the Houston Astros (86-76) in the American League Wild Card game. On Wednesday night the National League Wild Card game will find the Chicago Cubs (97-65) at the Pittsburgh Pirates (98-64).

Both games are on national television, as will be all playoff and World Series contests, and both will be giant pitchers' duels, matching the best with the best.

On Tuesday night Houston left-hander and Cy Young candidate Dallas Keuchel (20-8, 2.48) will face the Yankees right-hander Masahiro Tanaka (12-7, 3.51). The game begins at 8:05 EDT and will be televised nationally on ESPN.

On Wednesday night, the Cubs will send to the mound Cy Young candidate right-handed Jake Arrieta (22-6, 1.77) against the host Pirates, who will start righty Gerrit Cole (19-8, 2.60). This game will also begin at 8:05 EDT and will be televised nationally on TBS.

You can get these games for $15 each day or better yet, purchase my post-season package that includes the daily selections right through the World Series for just $100, charged to your major credit card. Games will carry ratings from 10 units to 50 units. There is more big money still to be made in baseball and this is your invitation to get your piece of it.

Current Odds To Win World Series
(Odds From Westgate Super Book, Las Vegas)

Chicago Cubs40-112-1
Houston Astros100-125-1
Kansas City Royals18-14-1
Los Angeles Dodgers6-15-1
New York Mets30-15-1
New York Yankees20-115-1
Pittsburgh Pirates20-110-1
St. Louis Cardinals10-15-1
Texas Rangers25-17-1
Toronto Blue Jays30-14-1

Philbin Fired In Miami, Cowboys In Panic Mode And Eagles Players On Edge Of Mutiny

We will address several issues in depth in this week's newsletter (published Wednesday on this website) but there is big-time trouble brewing with several NFL teams.

Topping the list came today when the Miami Dolphins fired 4th-year coach Joe Philbin because of the team's lackluster 1-3 start. Philbin said after Sunday's lifeless 27-14 loss to the New York Jets in London that he still felt good about the team's season and that he was not afraid of losing his job. Giant miscalculation-and he's gone less than 24 hours later.

Dallas owner Jerry Jones, who just last week noted back-up QB Brandon Weeden had one of the finest passing arms ever and was willing in nicely for injured starter Tony Romo. After Sunday's 26-20 overtime loss to the worst New Orleans Saints Team in decades, was not so optimistic. He entirely missed the reason for the loss, i.e. that the Cowboys defense is defenseless and would be up against it against two other Texas teams-high-scoring Baylor and TCU.

The Philadelphia Eagles, once though a legitimate Super Bowl contender, are off to a dreadful 1-3 start and there are signs of a team mutiny in the City of Brotherly Love. New QB Sam Bradford (acquired in a trade from St. Louis) is pissed coach Chip Kelly won't let him throw the ball long and new RB DeMarco Murray who led the NFL in rushing with 1,845 yards and 13 touchdowns when with Dallas, can't figure out why he is not getting the ball more-and he is quite upset about it. In the loss at Washington, he had eight carries for 36 yards.

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