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On 11/14/2013 10:10 AM in Cappers

Joe D'Amico's NCAAF FREE WINNER

Houston vs. Louisville, 11/16/2013 19:00
Point Spread: +16½/-110 Houston

The Last 2 Saturday's I went 6-1. Overall my NCAAF is 6-2 my L8. This Saturday I CONTINUE TO CRUSH THE BOOK as I have my 66% ACC GAME OF THE MONTH, BIG 10 GAME OF THE MONTH, MWC GAME OF THE MONTH, and CONSENSUS PLAY OF THE YEAR. Every Saturday since the season began, I GOT YOU PAID. Follow me again and there is no limit to what you will make.

Saturday's free NCAAF winner is Houston over Louisville.

The winner of this game (along with a 1-loss Cincinnati ) will be the only teams to have the opportunity to upend UCF, who is perfect in Conference play. Houston is 8-1 ATS this season while Louisville failed to cover 4 of their L5. Don't let their stats fool you. The Cougars have just 2 losses and they were by 1 and 5 points while their 1 no-cover was by 6 points. They nearly had UCF last week and BYU a month ago. The Cardinals numbers have been inflated all season long. By the way, UH is 5-0 ATS away from home while UL is 2-3 ATS when playing host. Both offenses share similar, almost identical statistics. Now truth be told, on paper, Louisville's defense is stronger. But the Cards have not ran the ball as successfully as they did at the beginning of the season. QB, Bridgewater will have problems with the Cougars secondary that tops the nation with 18 INTs. The connection of QB, John O'Korn (2352 YP 23/6 TD/INT) and WR, Deontay Greenburg (70 receptions, 1042 YR, and 9 TDs) will exploit the tired and over classed Cardinals secondary. Remember that Houston held their L3 foes to just 18.6 PPG and they were all quality squads. The Cougars also led the nation with a +21 TO margin. The Cardinals are 1-4 ATS their L5 Conference games, 2-5 ATS their L7 vs. teams with a winning record, and 0-4 ATS their L4 games played following a SU win. The Cougars are 4-1 ATS their L5 Conference games, 6-0 ATS their L6 road games, and 10-1 ATS their L11 games played overall. Take Houston. Thank you.

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