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11/30/2013 12:15 AM

NCAAF

Saturday, November 30

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Clemson at South Carolina: What bettors need to know
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Clemson Tigers at South Carolina Gamecocks (-5.5, 58)

Clemson and South Carolina have met 110 times in a series dating to 1896, but when the fourth-ranked Tigers visit the ninth-ranked Gamecocks on Saturday, it will mark the first time both schools have met while ranked in the top 10. Beyond bragging rights in the Palmetto State for the next year, there are heavy BCS bowl implications on the line. The Tigers look destined to reach the Orange Bowl provided Florida State - the only team to beat Clemson this season - reaches the national championship game, while South Carolina could end up in the Sugar Bowl.

The series has been dominated by South Carolina of late, with the Gamecocks winning the past four matchups by a combined 124-54. Two junior stars projected to be top-10 picks in next spring’s NFL draft look to shine in the regular-season finale. Clemson wide receiver Sammy Watkins leads the ACC with seven 100-yard receiving games and is a finalist for the Biletnikoff Award, while South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney has 23 career sacks.

TV: 7 p.m. ET, ESPN2.

LINE: The line has been steady at -5.5 and the total also hasn't moved from 58.

WEATHER: There is a 10 percent chance of rain with temperatures in the mid 40s.

ABOUT CLEMSON (10-1, 6-5 ATS): The Tigers are flying on offense since scoring just 14 points in the loss to Florida State, averaging 51.5 points during their four-game winning streak. Quarterback Tajh Boyd threw five touchdown passes in last week’s 52-6 rout of The Citadel, giving him 102 for his career. Clemson ranks 18th nationally in scoring defense (20.2) and defensive end Vic Beasley is tied for second in the ACC with 10 sacks.

ABOUT SOUTH CAROLINA (9-2, 5-6 ATS): The Gamecocks have allowed 54 points during their four-game winning streak, 24 of those coming in a two-overtime victory at Missouri, and are 17th nationally in passing yards allowed per game (200.7). Clowney had 4.5 sacks in last season’s 27-17 victory at Clemson. South Carolina averages 465.8 yards of total offense and need 375 yards to match the school record of 5,499 yards set in 2010.

TRENDS:

* Clemson is 0-4 ATS in its last four meetings.
* South Carolina is 6-1 ATS in its last seven versus the ACC.
* Over is 4-1 in Clemson's last five games overall.
* Under is 5-0 in South Carolina's last five games overall.

EXTRA POINTS:

1. The Gamecocks own the nation’s longest current home winning streak at 18 games.

2. Clemson K Chandler Catanzaro is second in ACC history in points (395) and sixth in field goals (66).

3. The Tigers lead the all-time series 65-41-4.

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11/30/2013 12:16 AM

NCAAF

Saturday, November 30

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Texas A&M at Missouri: What bettors need to know
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Texas A&M Aggies at Missouri Tigers (-5, 66.5)

As the regular season comes to a close, only a visit from Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel and No. 21 Texas A&M stand in the way of No. 5 Missouri and the SEC Championship game. The Tigers have been the surprise of the conference this season, following an injury-riddled 5-7 campaign with a 10-1 start in their second year of SEC play behind a balanced offense and a fierce pass rush. The Aggies took their turn as the hot newcomer last season, riding Manziel to a Cotton Bowl win, but have struggled defensively this season, especially against the run, ranking 107th nationally at 221 yards allowed per game.

The Tigers will to exploit that with their talented trio of running backs, led by Henry Josey (6.1 yards per carry, 12 touchdowns). If Missouri needs a blueprint to stop Manziel, it doesn’t need to look further than last week, when LSU used a conservative containment approach to hold the Aggies to 299 total yards and 10 points, both lows in the Manziel-Kevin Sumlin era. For a Texas A&M team that has played virtually no defense all year long, those kind of numbers offensively will continue to spell trouble.

TV: 7:45 p.m. ET, ESPN.

LINE: The line opened at -4.5, dropped to -4, then jumped up to -5. The total has held firm at 66.5.

WEATHER: There is a 10 percent chance of rain with temperatures in the low 40s.

ABOUT TEXAS A&M (8-3, 5-6 ATS): Manziel has dropped down in the Heisman discussion after his poor performance against LSU, but that doesn’t mean Missouri shouldn’t be afraid of what the Aggies signal caller can do. He put up 439 total yards and five touchdowns a year ago against the Tigers in a 59-29 rout that all but sealed his Heisman campaign. That seems like a long time ago for an Aggies' team that is allowing a league-high 460.1 yards per game, forcing all of the pressure onto Manziel.

ABOUT MISSOURI (10-1, 9-1-1 ATS): For a Missouri program that has been defined by its offense in the Gary Pinkel era, the Tigers have been led by their defense this year. The pass rush leads the SEC with 35 sacks, 10 of which belong to defensive end Michael Sam, also a league high. Offensively, quarterback James Franklin proved himself healthy last week against Ole Miss, throwing for 142 yards and rushing for 42 after missing four games with a shoulder injury.

TRENDS:

* Over is 5-2 in the last seven meetings.
* Texas A&M is 1-5 ATS in its last six conference games.
* Missouri is 6-1 ATS in its last seven conference games.
* Under is 4-1 in Missouri's last five home games.

EXTRA POINTS:

1. With a win, Pinkel will tie Don Faurot as the all-time winningest coach in program history with 101 victories.

2. Due to scheduling quirks related to conference realignment, the teams met in College Station in each of the last three seasons.

3. Missouri is one of five schools ranked in the Top 15 nationally in both scoring offense and scoring defense.


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11/30/2013 12:16 AM

NCAAF

Saturday, November 30

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UCLA at USC: What bettors need to know
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UCLA Bruins at Southern California Trojans (-3.5, 51.5)

It appeared unlikely when head coach Lane Kiffin was fired in late September, but No. 23 USC has a chance to reach double-digit victories when arch rival UCLA comes to town on Saturday. The Trojans are 6-1 under interim coach Ed Orgeron, including an upset of then-No. 5 Stanford two weeks ago, followed by last Saturday's 47-29 victory over Colorado. The 22nd-ranked Bruins, meanwhile, are coming off a loss to Arizona State in a game to determine the Pac-12 South's representative in the conference title game.

"We just have to get better from it. And we will," vowed UCLA coach Jim Mora Jr. after his team's first home loss of the season. Orgeron, whose team has won five straight games, has stressed to his players the importance of staying focused in preparation for the 83rd all-time meeting between the schools. "It’s Game 8 of our new season," he said. "Obviously, this is a big game for us -- it’s a rivalry game, it’s our last regular-season game -- but there will be no difference in the planning, or the practice or the preparation."

TV: 8 p.m. ET, ABC.

LINE: The Trojans have held steady as 3.5-point home faves. The total also hasn't moved from 51.5.

WEATHER: It will be clear with temperatures in the mid 60s. There will be a 6 mph wind blowing across the field.

ABOUT UCLA (8-3, 7-4 ATS): Brett Hundley has thrown at least one touchdown pass in 24 of his 25 career games, including all 11 contests this season, and has completed 70.1 percent of his passes over the last four games. The Bruins' defense has been a terror in the third quarter this season, holding its opponents to a total of 34 points. Overall, 20 points continues to be the magic number for UCLA, as the Bruins have won 20 straight games when holding their opponent under 20.

ABOUT USC (9-3, 6-6 ATS): USC will be honoring 20 seniors, although the Trojans are fortunate that Javorius Allen (439 rushing yards, nine TDs in his last four games) is not among them and will be back in 2014. Fellow sophomore Cody Kessler has not thrown for 300 yards in any game this season, but he has nine touchdown passes against only two interceptions over his last seven games. The Trojans' defense has not been their strength in 2014, although defensive end Leonard Williams (13 tackles for loss) was a semifinalist for the Bednarik Award.

TRENDS:

* Under is 6-1 in the last seven meetings.
* Home team is 8-2 ATS in their last 10 meetings.
* Under is 5-2 in the last seven meetings in Southern California.
* UCLA is 1-7 ATS in its last eight meetings in Southern California.

EXTRA POINTS:

1. USC leads the all-time series 44-29-7 (two other Trojans' wins were vacated), while UCLA defeated the Trojans last season when it scored the first 24 points en route to a 38-28 triumph.

2. The Bruins have not won at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum since 1997 when Cade McNown led them to victory.

3. USC junior WR Marqise Lee (shin) is expected to play after sitting out against Colorado.

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11/30/2013 12:17 AM

Saturday's NCAAF Top 25 betting cheat sheet: Afternoon action

Florida State Seminoles at Florida Gators (+27.5, 44)

The task for host Florida is simple - knock No. 2 Florida State from the ranks of the unbeaten Saturday in the annual Thanksgiving weekend matchup between the rivals. Embattled Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston seemed no worse for wear in throwing for 225 yards and four touchdowns as the Seminoles broke a school record by scoring 80 points against Idaho. The freshman has thrown for 3,163 yards and 32 touchdowns this season.

The Gators have won seven of the last nine meetings but come in off one of the worst defeats in program history against FCS program Georgia Southern. As if the losses were not enough, the Gators also will see a lot streaks come to an end this season, including 22 straight years of playing in a bowl game. The six-game losing streak is their longest in 34 years and assures them of their first losing season since 1979.

LINE: Florida State is a 27.5-point fave after opening as low as -26. The total is steady at 44
WEATHER: Temperatures will be in the low-70s with wind blowing across the field at 6 mph.
TRENDS:

* Seminoles are 4-0 ATS in their last four games.
* Gators are 3-10 ATS in their last 13 November games.
* Under is 4-0 in the last four meetings in Florida.


Ohio State Buckeyes at Michigan Wolverines (+16, 57)

While quarterback Braxton Miller has generated a lot of the headlines around Columbus, the Buckeyes' running game ranks first in the Big Ten and fifth nationally with 314 yards per game. Carlos Hyde (1,064 yards, 13 TDs) is the first running back ever to rush for 1,000 yards under Meyer, while Miller is the school's all-time leading rusher among quarterbacks with 2,724 yards.

Michigan has lost three of its last four contests, including a 24-21 defeat to Iowa last week in which Brady Hoke's team squandered a 14-point halftime lead. Still, the Wolverines' head coach remains optimistic heading into their showdown with the Buckeyes, saying earlier this week: "I am very confident that we can win, or we wouldn't play." Michigan's defense has been inconsistent this season, but Blake Countess leads the conference with five interceptions.

LINE: Ohio State opened as a 12-point fave, but the line has been bet up to -16. The total is set at 58.
WEATHER: Temperatures will be in the low-30s with wind blowing diagonally out of the SE at 7 mph.
TRENDS:

* Buckeyes are 10-3-1 ATS in their last 14 games following a SU win.
* Wolverines are 5-1 ATS in their last six games following a SU loss.
* Ohio State is 6-0 ATS in the last six meetings.


Minnesota Golden Gophers at Michigan State Spartans (-16, 41)

The Golden Gophers managed only four yards rushing against the Spartans last season, but David Cobb did not get a carry. The junior has emerged in 2013 with 1,010 yards and seven of his team’s 23 touchdowns on the ground, while quarterbacks Philip Nelson and Mitch Leidner have combined for 13. Leidner has not played the past two weeks while Nelson has thrown seven touchdown passes and no interceptions over the last five.

The Spartans, who play unbeaten Ohio State for the Big Ten title and a Rose Bowl bid on Dec. 7 in Indianapolis, have shut out five of their seven league opponents in the second half. Their offense has steadily improved with Cook at the helm and three receivers – Bennie Fowler, Tony Lippett and Macgarrett Kings Jr. – making at least 30 catches.

LINE: Michigan State is currently a 16-point fave, with the total steady at 41.
WEATHER: Temperatures will be in the low-30s with wind blowing across the length of the field at 9 mph.
TRENDS:

* Golden Gophers are 13-3 ATS in their last 16 November games.
* Spartans are 4-0 ATS in their last four conference games.
* Underdog is 10-2 ATS in the last 12 meetings.


Duke Blue Devils at North Carolina Tar Heels (-6, 60.5)

Blue Devils quarterback Anthony Boone is clicking again again after missing three games with a broken collarbone. He was less-than-spectacular upon his return, putting Brandon Connette back in the picture in a platoon role, but Boone took most of the snaps Saturday, throwing for 256 yards and three touchdowns with no turnovers or sacks.

North Carolina tight end Eric Ebron has pieced together a strong junior season, leading the team with 50 catches for 774 yards and three touchdowns. Things have gone so well for Ebron that he has decided to enter the NFL Draft next year and forego his final year of eligibility. His best game came against then-unbeaten Miami last month, when he grabbed eight passes for 199 yards and a 71-yard touchdown in the 27-23 loss.

LINE: North Carolina opened -5.5 but is up to -6. The total is set at 60.5.
WEATHER: Temperatures will be in the mid-40s with wind blowing diagonally out of the NE at 5 mph.
TRENDS:

* Blue Devils are 6-0 ATS in their last six conference games.
* Tar Heels are 6-0 ATS in their last six games on grass.
* Home team is 4-0 ATS in the last four meetings.


Alabama Crimson Tide at Auburn Tigers (+10.5, 54.5)

The early-season concerns about the Crimson Tide's defense have proven unfounded, as Alabama ranks third in the nation in total defense (263.9 yards per game) and leads the country at 9.3 points allowed per contest. The offense is often downplayed, but quarterback A.J. McCarron is enjoying another outstanding season, completing 68.6 percent of his passes for 2,399 yards with 23 touchdowns and five interceptions.

The Tigers boast the top ground game in the SEC with Tre Mason (1,153 yards, 17 TDs) and quarterback Nick Marshall (823 yards, nine TDs) leading the way, but they know they'll need to be more balanced against a tough Alabama defense. Auburn can't afford a slow start that would force it to the passing game, so the sometimes-suspect defense must slow down the Crimson Tide early.

LINE: Alabama is holding as a 10.5-point fave, while the total is 54.5.
WEATHER: Temperatures will be in the high-40s with wind blowing across the field at 8 mph.
TRENDS:

* Crimson Tide are 3-8-1 ATS in their last 12 November games.
* Tigers are 6-0 ATS in their last six conference games.
* Under is 5-0-1 in Auburn's last six games following a bye week.


Baylor Bears at TCU Horned Frogs (+13, 64.5)

The Bears were hopeful leading rusher Lache Seastrunk would be ready to return from a groin injury that kept him sidelined the previous week against Texas Tech, but he was a no-go against Oklahoma State and the running game suffered, totaling just 94 rushing yards. Making things more difficult, third-leading rusher Glasco Martin has missed the last two games with a leg injury.

B.J. Catalon is on pace to become the first TCU player to lead the team in rushing in consecutive seasons since Joseph Turner led the Horned Frogs in three straight years from 2007-09. He and sophomore Aaron Green figure to get even more carries now that third-leading rusher Waymon James is no longer on the roster, though coach Gary Patterson would not reveal why at his weekly press conference Monday.

LINE: Baylor opened at -13 while the total is up a half-point to 64.5.
WEATHER: Temperatures will be in the mid-50s with wind blowing out of the SW at 7 mph.
TRENDS:

* Bears are 21-6 ATS in their last 27 games.
* Horned Frogs are 8-0 ATS in their last eight games following a bye week.
* Under is 9-2 in TCU's last 11 conference games.


Penn State Nittany Lions at Wisconsin Badgers (-24.5, 49.5)

Zach Zwinak had 149 rushing yards in last Saturday’s 23-20 loss to Nebraska and has put together three consecutive 100-yard outings to push his season total to 874 yards. Freshman quarterback Christian Hackenberg has fared well with 2,616 yards – fifth most in school history – and has 16 touchdown passes against 10 interceptions.

A strong defense that ranks fifth in scoring defense (13.4) and sixth in total defense (278.5) complements the rushing attack that is 34 yards away from surpassing last season’s school record for rushing yards (3,309). Star linebacker Chris Borland is eight tackles away from his third consecutive 100-tackle campaign and ranks sixth in school history with 400 stops while equaling the Big Ten record with 14 career forced fumbles.

LINE: Wisconsin is a 24.5-point fave after opening at -23.5. The total is set at 49 1/2.
WEATHER: Temperatures will be in the low-30s with wind blowing diagonally out of the SW at 7 mph.
TRENDS:

* Nittany Lions are 7-1 ATS in their last eight games following a SU loss.
* Badgers are 13-3-1 ATS in their last 17 games on fieldturf.
* Favorite is 8-0 ATS in the last eight meetings.

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11/30/2013 12:18 AM

Saturday's NCAAF Top 25 betting cheat sheet: Evening action

Clemson Tigers at South Carolina Gamecocks (-5.5, 58)

The Tigers are flying on offense since scoring just 14 points in the loss to Florida State, averaging 51.5 points during their four-game winning streak. Quarterback Tajh Boyd threw five touchdown passes in last week’s 52-6 rout of The Citadel, giving him 102 for his career. Clemson ranks 18th nationally in scoring defense (20.2) and defensive end Vic Beasley is tied for second in the ACC with 10 sacks.

The Gamecocks have allowed 54 points during their four-game winning streak, 24 of those coming in a two-overtime victory at Missouri, and are 17th nationally in passing yards allowed per game (200.7). Jadeveon Clowney had 4.5 sacks in last season’s 27-17 victory at Clemson. South Carolina averages 465.8 yards of total offense and need 375 yards to match the school record of 5,499 yards set in 2010.

LINE: Clemson has dropped a half-point from its -6 opener, while the total is set at 58.
WEATHER: Temperatures will be in the low-40s with partly cloudy skies.
TRENDS:

* Tigers are 1-4 ATS in their last five games vs. teams with winning records.
* Gamecocks are 6-1 in their last seven games vs. ACC opponents.
* Under is 5-0 at South Carolina in its last five games vs. the ACC.


Notre Dame Fighting Irish at Stanford Cardinal (-14.5, 49)

Stanford has one of the nation's top rushing defenses, but Notre Dame is coming off a 235-yard rushing performance highlighted by Cam McDaniel's career-high 117. Last week's win against BYU was played in temperatures in the 20s with swirling winds and intermittent snow, but Irish quarterback Tommy Rees still threw for 235 yards and a touchdown in his final home game.

Cardinal quarterback Kevin Hogan has yet to complete 20 passes in a game this season, but he is 14-2 as a starter for his career, including an 8-0 mark against ranked opponents. Of course, it helps to have a weapon like Ty Montgomery, who matched the school record with five touchdowns in last week's win against Cal. "It's awesome," Hogan said, "just getting him the ball and he makes me look good."

LINE: Stanford is a 14.5-point favorite after opening at -14. The total is steady at 49.
WEATHER: Temperatures will be in the high-50s with clear skies.
TRENDS:

* Fighting Irish are 2-5-1 ATS in their last eight games following a SU win.
* Cardinal are 22-3-1 ATS in their last 26 games after scoring more than 40 points in their previous contest.
* Under is 5-2 in the last seven meetings.


Texas A&M Aggies at Missouri Tigers (-5, 66.5)

Johnny Manziel has dropped down in the Heisman discussion after his poor performance against LSU, but that doesn’t mean Missouri shouldn’t be afraid of what the Aggies signal caller can do. He put up 439 total yards and five touchdowns a year ago against the Tigers in a 59-29 rout that all but sealed his Heisman campaign. That seems like a long time ago for an Aggies' team that is allowing a league-high 460.1 yards per game.

For a Missouri program that has been defined by its offense in the Gary Pinkel era, the Tigers have been led by their defense this year. The pass rush leads the SEC with 35 sacks, 10 of which belong to defensive end Michael Sam, also a league high. Offensively, quarterback James Franklin proved himself healthy last week against Ole Miss, throwing for 142 yards and rushing for 42 after missing four games with a shoulder injury.

LINE: Missouri has jumped from a 4.5-point to a 5-point fave. The total is steady at 66.5.
WEATHER: Temperatures will be in the low-40s with partly cloudy skies.
TRENDS:

* Aggies are 6-0 ATS in their last six games following a SU loss.
* Tigers are 12-3-1 ATS in their last 16 games.
* Over is 5-2 in the last seven meetings.


UCLA Bruins at USC Trojans (-3.5, 51.5)

Brett Hundley has thrown at least one touchdown pass in 24 of his 25 career games, including all 11 contests this season, and has completed 70.1 percent of his passes over the last four games. The Bruins' defense has been a terror in the third quarter this season, holding its opponents to a total of 34 points. Overall, 20 points continues to be the magic number for UCLA, as the Bruins have won 20 straight games when holding their opponent under 20.

USC will be honoring 20 seniors, although the Trojans are fortunate that Javorius Allen (439 rushing yards, nine TDs in his last four games) is not among them and will be back in 2014. Fellow sophomore Cody Kessler has not thrown for 300 yards in any game this season, but he has nine touchdown passes against only two interceptions over his last seven games.

LINE: UCLA is a steady 3.5-point fave, with the total up a half-point to 51.5.
WEATHER: Temperatures will be in the mid-60s with wind blowing across the field at 6 mph.
TRENDS:

* Bruins are 8-3 ATS in their last 11 games following an ATS loss.
* Trojans are 5-1 ATS in their last six conference games.
* Home team is 8-2 ATS in the last 10 meetings.


Arizona Wildcats at Arizona State Sun Devils (-11.5, 60.5)

Arizona's Ka'Deem Carey rushed for 206 yards and scored a touchdown in each quarter in last week's win over the Ducks. Carey, on the Heisman radar, has 1,559 yards and 16 TDs on the season and has rushed for over 100 yards in 14 straight games. Quarterback B.J. Denker had a career day last week completing 19-of-22 passes for 189 yards while rushing for another 102 as the Wildcats snapped a two-game losing streak.

The Sun Devils have won six straight and are 6-0 at home this year with an average margin of victory of 26.8 points per game. Marion Grice, who is four yards shy of 1,000 on the season, left last week's game against UCLA on crutches and is questionable. If he can't go, the nation's 10th-highest scoring offense (41.9 points) is still confident in backups Deantre Lewis and D.J. Foster.

LINE: The opening line of Arizona State -12 has been bet down to -11.5. The total is set at 60 1/2.
WEATHER: Temperatures will be in the mid-50s with clear skies.
TRENDS:

* Wildcats are 1-4 ATS in their last five games following a SU win.
* Sun Devils are 4-1 ATS in their last five games on grass.
* Under is 5-0 in the last five meetings at Arizona State.

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11/30/2013 11:25 AM

Early Game POD'S

Saturday, November 30

Game Score Status Pick Amount

Rutgers - 12:00 PM ET Rutgers -2.5 500
Connecticut -

Florida State - 12:00 PM ET Florida State -28.5 500 POD # 1
Florida -

Minnesota - 12:00 PM ET Michigan State -17 500 POD # 1
Michigan State -

Ohio State - 12:00 PM ET Michigan +15.5 500
Michigan -

Duke - 12:00 PM ET North Carolina -5 500 POD # 1
North Carolina -

Kansas State - 12:00 PM ET Kansas State -17.5 500
Kansas -

Temple - 12:00 PM ET Temple +8 500
Memphis -

Wake Forest - 12:21 PM ET Wake Forest +14 500
Vanderbilt -

Maryland - 12:30 PM ET Maryland -3 500
North Carolina State -

Southern Mississippi - 1:00 PM ET Alabama-Birmingham -14.5 500
Alabama-Birmingham -

Air Force - 2:00 PM ET Colorado State -16.5 500
Colorado State -

Colorado - 2:00 PM ET Colorado +14.5 500
Utah -

South Alabama - 2:00 PM ET Georgia State +8 500
Georgia State -

Wyoming - 2:00 PM ET Utah State -24 500 POD # 1
Utah State -

North Texas - 2:30 PM ET North Texas -5 500
Tulsa -

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11/30/2013 06:07 PM

Evening POD'S

Saturday, November 30

Game Score Status Pick Amount


Notre Dame - 7:00 PM ET Stanford -16.5 500 DOUBLE POD
Stanford - Over 49.5 500

Tennessee - 7:00 PM ET Tennessee -3.5 500
Kentucky - Over 52.5 500

UL Monroe - 7:00 PM ET UL Lafayette -17.5 500
UL Lafayette - Under 56.5 500

Clemson - 7:00 PM ET South Carolina -2.5 500 POD
South Carolina - Over 61.5 500

Texas A&M - 7:45 PM ET Texas A&M +4 500
Missouri - Under 72 500

UCLA - 8:00 PM ET Southern California -4.5 500 POD
Southern California - Under 52.5 500

Arizona - 9:30 PM ET Arizona +10.5 500 , POD
Arizona State - Over 61 500

New Mexico - 10:15 PM ET New Mexico +36 500
Boise State - Under 70 500

San Diego State - 10:30 PM ET San Diego State -4 500
UNLV - Over 54.5 500

Army - 11:00 PM ET Hawaii -6.5 500 POD
Hawaii - Under 62.5 500

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