coleryan Posts:11990 Followers:20
On 09/21/2013 08:28 AM in NCAA Football

College Football Blitz Week 4!

College Football Blitz Week 4!

Are you ready for another week of college football? The schedule may not have many big named games on tap, but there are plenty of opportunities to make money! Stop by to the COLLEGE FOOTBALL BLITZ! As we post vital betting information and breaking news to help you bang the book!

For two hours leading up to kickoff we post all the information you need so don't miss out! This show is for you and all feedback is appreciated!

Cole

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coleryan Posts:11990 Followers:20
09/21/2013 09:54 AM

The Blitz starts in about 5 minutes with all of the great information---

first a recap of the picks from last week.

1) Arizona State -4.5 (L)
2) Kentucky +10.5 (L)
3) Nebraska -2 (L)
4) Illinois +10.5 (W)
5) Cal +15 (L)

Last Week record: 1-4, -3.40
YTD: 5-10, -5.00


Good thing I post cheerleader pictures with all of my picks--gives something for people to look forward to--this week I will have a winning record!

Cole

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coleryan Posts:11990 Followers:20
09/21/2013 09:56 AM

REMINDER

NFL Blitz is on for tomorrow for 3 hours leading up to kickoff and I i will post plenty of information to include my 5 BEST BETS! (8-2 on the year)

Stop by tomorrow 3 hours before kickoff and become a part of the biggest and best pregame show on the internet!

Now get ready because College Football Blitz starts now!!!!

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coleryan Posts:11990 Followers:20
09/21/2013 10:01 AM

Let's get started with some picks from around the league--including this nugget from college football guru Phil Steele

No. 23 Arizona State Sun Devils at No. 5 Stanford Cardinal
Saturday at 7 p.m. ET

This week's only game involving two ranked teams takes place in the Pac-12 as the Sun Devils, fresh off a controversial 32-30 win over then-No. 20 Wisconsin, travel to take on the defending Pac-12 champion Cardinal, who are off to a 2-0 start after last week's 34-20 win over Army.

These two conference foes have not met since 2010, but Stanford is going for three straight wins in the series for only the second time (1999-2001).

After two wins over overmatched foes in San Jose State and Army, this will be the first legitimate test for the Cardinal. Last week's relatively close game can be excused when you consider the Cardinal were traveling across the country, playing at 9 a.m. PT time. Plus, Stanford had to face Army's option offense.

Quarterback Kevin Hogan is now a perfect 7-0 as a starter, and last year had four wins over ranked teams. On the other side, prior to last week's win over the Badgers, the Sun Devils' only win in the Todd Graham era over a team with a winning record came in last year's bowl game over Navy.

This will be the best defense that the Sun Devils have faced in two years. On the other side, I look for the Cardinal's excellent offensive line to wear down a relatively undersized Arizona State front seven that allowed 231 rush yards last week.

Pick: Stanford 31, Arizona State 20

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coleryan Posts:11990 Followers:20
09/21/2013 10:02 AM


Florida International Golden Panthers at Louisville Cardinals (-43, 56.5)

Louisville will try to avoid a letdown Saturday at home when it hosts Florida International, a team that has given the Cardinals fits the last two years. Louisville is coming off a 27-13 victory at Kentucky in its first road game last Saturday, which vaulted the Cardinals to the No. 6 spot in the country. Teddy Bridgewater threw for 250 yards and a touchdown as Louisville won for the 14th time in its last 16 games.

The Golden Panthers had two turnovers and committed seven penalties in a 34-13 loss at home to Bethune-Cookman last weekend. More notable was the fact that they were outgained on the ground by a 311-73 margin, which does not bode well against a Louisville rushing attack that found its groove at Kentucky. Sophomore quarterback Jake Medlock threw for a season-high 149 yards and had his first passing touchdown in the loss.

WEATHER: Temperatures will be in the low-70s with a 13 percent chance of rain.
LINE: Louisville opened as a 42-point favorite and is currently -43. The total has held firm at 56.5.
TRENDS:

* The Golden Panthers are 0-6 ATS versus a team with a winning record.
* The Cardinals are 13-3 ATS in their last 16 versus CUSA.
* The Under is 5-1 in the Cardinals last six games overall.

  • Last 7 Days Record: 4-9-1
coleryan Posts:11990 Followers:20
09/21/2013 10:02 AM

Kent RB Dri Archer is doubtful Saturday

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coleryan Posts:11990 Followers:20
09/21/2013 10:04 AM

As always here at the Blitz we cover injuries

Army RB Raymond Maples is doubtful Saturday

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coleryan Posts:11990 Followers:20
09/21/2013 10:04 AM

Mississippi St QB Tyler Russell is doubtful Saturday

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coleryan Posts:11990 Followers:20
09/21/2013 10:05 AM

San Jose St WR Noel Grigsby is out Saturday

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coleryan Posts:11990 Followers:20
09/21/2013 10:05 AM

- The North Carolina Tar Heels and Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets played in the highest scoring game in ACC history last November. The Jackets won 68-50 and the teams combined for 1,085 yards of total offense and 16 touchdowns. Total is 59.5 for Saturday's matchup.

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