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Cote +400 underdog in UFC 90 odds vs. Silva

Anderson Silva is considered pound-for-pound the baddest mixed martial arts dude on the planet. The Brazilian will defend his UFC middleweight title against the hard-hitting Patrick Cote UFC 90’s Main Event Saturday and he’s a big favorite to do so.

In his last fight, Siva had a first round knockout over James Irvin at UFC Fight Night 14 on July 19th. Cote will be making his fifth title defense and this fight will also mark his return to the middleweight division.

In Cote’s last fight, he defeated Ricardo Almeida at UFC 86, but he is a +400 underdog (meaning if you risk $100 on him, you win $400) here in one the {URL=http://www.betus.com/ats/14661/sportsbook}UFC betting menu at BetUS.com. {/URL}

Silva is a -550 favorite, meaning you have to wager $550 to win $100.

Diego Sanchez, aka the Nightmare, was supposed to fight Thiago Alves in an anticipated bout, but Sanchez had to withdraw due to injury and Alves will now fight Josh Koscheck.

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UFC 90 odds courtesy of BetUS

Josh Burkman -230 vs. Pete Sell +180
Hermes Franca -200 vs. Marcus Aurelio +160
Dan Miller -350 vs. Matt Horwich +250
Spencer Fisher -350 vs. Shannon Gugerty +250
Thales Leites -500 vs. Drew McFedries +350
Gray Maynard -240 vs. Rich Clementi +190
Junior Dos Santos +600 vs. Fabricio Werdum -900
Sean Sherk -240 vs. Tyson Griffin +190

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World Series heads back to Philly

The World Series heads to the City of Brotherly Love, as last night the Rays knotted the series at 1-1 with a 4-2 win over the Phillies in Tampa Bay. Matt Garza will take the mound Saturday for the Rays, while the ageless Jamie Moyer takes the mound for the Phillies.

The series has been a low scoring affair so far, as there have only been a total of 11 runs scored. That plays into the hands of the Rays, but can they keep the dynamic offense of the Phillies in check in Philadelphia?

The Phillies were 48-33 at home this season, while the Rays were only 40-41 on the road.

No. 13 Boise State Broncos -7.5 at San Jose Spartans +7.5

The 13th ranked Broncos take their undefeated record to Northern California tonight to play the Spartans of San Jose State. And bettors who like their chances can get them at -7 at many sportsbooks, while Spartan backers can get their {URL=http://sports.bodoglife.com/welcome/2761707/sportsbook/}best underdog value at bodogLife.com (+7.5).{/URL}

Boise State has won their last two visits here, but failed to cover the spread each time. Check out the {URL=http://www.oddsshark.com/Stats/Matchup/Football/NCAAF/26328}matchup report for college football betting trends {/URL}and injury reports.

While the Broncos rank ahead of the Spartans in the per game averages of total yards, rushing yards, passing yards, and points scored, the Spartans are legit on D and rank 13th nationally.

First place in the Mountain West Conference is at stake in this game, as the Broncos are 2-0 in the conference and the Spartans are 3-0.

This will be the last big test for the Broncos until the last game of the season vs. Fresno State, as in their next 4 games their opponents have a combined record of 9-19.