Arkansas +2 at Rutgers;
Toledo -13 at CMU;
FAMU +49.5 at OSU.
After an emergency session of the Cheddar Bay Executive Committee, the all-play for this week is no longer the sleeper sneaky MAC game between Ann Arbor and Detroit.
We are now asking our pickers to choose this game:
Packers -3 at Bengals.
Game matchup link.
Three time playoff team and
undefeated 1-1 Bengals a home dog? Residual MNF football effect? Should be a strong game.
UPDATE, Thursday PM: ClevTA’s
Rotten Skanky Fish
Last week, TA’s formula went 4-1-1. Let’s see how it goes this week:
– SJSU v Minn (opened Min -5, now -3.5. 65% on MIN) ADV: SJSU
– Memphis v ARK St (opened -6, now -4. 69% on ARK st) ADV: Memphis
– SDSU v Oregon St (opened -11, now -8.5. 67% on Oregon St) ADV: SDSU
– ATL v MIA (opened PK, now MIA -2.5. 68% on ATL) ADV: MIA
– Buf v NYJ (opened NYJ -1, now NYJ -2.5. 64% on BUF) ADV: NYJ
———DISREGARD LOVELY YPSILANTI———
Welcome Swerb. I granted new player Swerb a late entry bogey of one point. There is precedent for this from past years, not a biggie, and congrats on coming out strong.
Hell yes we can still accept late entries. In case you know anyone on the fence. Get em in touch with me.
Cheddar public service announcement. If anyone missed yesterday’s post, Be a better bettor, it’s probably worth your while to check it out. Many thanks for Petefranklin, ClevTA, and Squeekycleen for their insights. If you know real handicappers, you know discretion and low-profile are two cornerstones in that personality profile… so we appreciate the info they were willing to share.
Michie Stadium is terrific.
Army’s home games have been played at Michie Stadium since the 1920s. You cannot ask for a better venue. Good people, beautiful scenary, the parking –my god– the parking was executed like a miliatary operation, and Army played their balls off. Army was hanging in, down 20-13 with five minutes left in the 3rd quarter. Stanford had to out weigh Army by forty pounds at every position on the line and that eventually took its toll. But the Army TD with seventeen seconds left was hard-earned and very tasty.
The game was a sell out with many Stanford types at the game and they all looked like this guy.
The only complaint, and it’s minor, was the the Corps of Cadets were in the visitor stands. Don’t know if this is a new thing but have to say it could have been louder on our side of the field. The Corps was loud. Good thing too, because with the camo unis, you’d completely miss them but for the sound.