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On 09/01/2012 08:00 AM in Cappers

Joe D'Amico's FREE NCAAF Winner

Rutgers vs. Tulane, 09/01/2012 20:00
Point Spread: -20/-110 Rutgers

Hello sports fans, as you all know, when it comes to college football, I AM UNRIVALED. Over the years, I have proven to be MONEY in the bank each and every NCAAF season. This Saturday, I start with the most explosive Week 1 card I ever had. I have this FREE WINNER, my unequalled POWER HOUSE PLAY, and my SYNDICATE MOVE which are arguably the highest percentage play in the BIZ over the years.
Let's talk a FREE SATURDAY WINNER. . Oh by the way,0 ver the L2 Septembers, my NCAAF FREE plays started off 4-0 both times.
Rutgers & Tulane matchup @ 5:00 pst. The line is currently Rutgers -20 and a Total of 48. Rutgers finished LY at 9-4 SU and 10-3 ATS while Tulane was a dismal 2-11 SU and 5-8 Against the Number. Due to Hurricane Isaac, this game has been moved to Birmingham, Alabama. ( By the way, our thoughts and prayers go out to the families that have to endure this disaster). Both teams brought in new coaches in the off-season as Rutgers has Kyle Flood taking over and Tulane has Curtis Johnson in charge. Both have a ton of coaching experience.

The Scarlet Knights are seeking their third 9-win season in the L4 years while the Green Wave lost their final 10 games to end LY on a sorrowful note. The Knights are a solid team. Their "D" allowed just 18.0 PPG LY, and are led by LB, Khaseem Greene, who has 251 career tackles. This ferocious stop unit forced 35 TO's in 13 games that comes to about 2.7 turnovers per game. On "O", Gary Nova is at QB. He shared the job LY with Chas Dodd. I truly believe that this helped develop his game. The running game is all about Jawan Jamison who added 897 YR last season and they possess an emerging star in Brandon Coleman, who averaged an astounding 32.5 YP Catch. Tulane yielded about 37.5 PPG, giving up 30 plus points 11 times. At QB for the Wave is RYAN GRIFFIN, who has solid numbers but can be quite erratic. Premier RB, Orleans Darkwa is dealing with an ankle issue and may be limited here. That will destroy the offense. Darkwa had 924 YR and 13 TDs LY. He IS the Tulane offense. Without him, all hope is lost. Rutgers faces stronger competition on a regular basis and has too many weapons here. The Green Wave are 13-28 ATS their L41 overall and 1-4 ATS their L5 games played in September. The Scarlet Knights are 4-1 ATS their L5 overall and 4-1 ATS their L5 non-conference games. I have a lean on Rutgers here. But you don't follow me for my "leans", you are here for ABSOLUTE GUARANTEED BLOWOUT WINNERS. Well then you MUST jump on both my POWERHOUSE and my SYNDICATE money makers. Be sure to get them all and you will go a perfect 3-0 Saturday. This is JOE D. Thank you.

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