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Michigan Struggling at Penn State

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Michigan has perennially beaten up on Penn State, with the Wolverines posting a 10-4 SU record in their past 14 against each other, but they have faltered when visiting the Nittany Lions. Michigan is 0-3 SU and ATS in their past three games at Beaver Stadium.

It was not pretty last week for Michigan, but they managed to win a double-overtime game against the upset-minded Indiana Hoosiers. Senior quarterback Jake Rudock threw a career high 440 yards and six touchdowns in the game.

Penn State has a pretty good record this season, but have yet to win an impressive game in hindsight. The Lions could change that as they face Michigan and Michigan State in their final two games, with a win sure to get them lots of attention.

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Week 12 Odds: Baylor vs Oklahoma State

The Big 12 continues to be an absolute dogfight when the Baylor Bears visits the Oklahoma State Cowboys. The favorites have been the team to back historically in the series, with the faves going 12-4 ATS in the past 16 meetings between Baylor and Oklahoma State. 

Baylor is coming off their first loss of the season when they dropped a 44-34 game to the Oklahoma Sooners last week. Freshman quarterback Jarrett Stidham got his first taste of playing in a big game and struggled as he threw his first two interceptions of the season against Oklahoma.

Oklahoma State is now the lone undefeated team in the Big 12 after surviving a bit of a scare against Iowa State last week. The Cowboys unorthodox quarterback strategy has seen Mason Rudolph and J.W. Walsh combine for 718 passing yards with seven touchdowns and no interceptions in the past two weeks.

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Cavaliers Continue to be an Awful Bet

Cleveland Cavaliers LeBron James

The Cleveland Cavaliers are on their first losing skid of the season but will be looking to get back to their winning ways at home Thursday when Greg Monroe and the Milwaukee Bucks come to town. The Cavs (8-3 SU) have lost consecutive games to the Bucks and Pistons but have been a nightmare of a spread bet lately. Cleveland has failed to cover the closing spread in each of their last eight contests heading into the matchup.

Shark Bites
  • The Bucks are 5-1 ATS in their last six meetings with the Cavs.
  • The underdog is 8-3 ATS in the last 11 meetings.
  • The Bucks are 1-4 ATS in their last five road games vs. a team with a winning home record.

If this game is anything like last Saturday, fans at Quicken Loans Arena should be prepared for some excitement. After two overtime frames, the Bucks held on to topple the Cavs 108-105 while covering as 5-point favorites. Sportsbooks opened Milwaukee +9.5 for tonight’s clash.

Bettors backing the OVER have been loving the Cavaliers lately due to their penchant for participating in a lot of high-scoring affairs. Five out of Cleveland’s last six games have gone above the closing total.

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Boise State Has Been Great At Covering

The Boise State Broncos were one of the best three-point shooting teams in the nation last season, a strength that has led them to a 16-4 SU and ATS record in their last 20. Boise State will visit the Top 25-ranked Arizona Wildcats Thursday night.

When the Broncos are on their game they are amazing to watch, with James Webb III and Anthony Drmic proving to be one of the best shooting tandems in the country. The two players combined for 44 points and shot a combined 65.2 percent from the field in Arizona's win over Bradley.

Arizona has the longest home winning streak in the nation, having won their past 40 games at the McKale Center. The Wildcats have been inconsistent through their first two games, with their bench performing downright embarrassingly in the first game and the starters looking far from stellar in their second outing.

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NBA Odds: Clippers vs Perfect Warriors

Curry Griffin Clippers Warriors

The Golden State Warriors will attempt to extend their perfect season to 13-0 when they hit the court at the STAPLES Center in Los Angeles to take on the Clippers. The Warriors’ 12 straight SU wins has translated to a 7-5 ATS record and a 5-7 OVER/UNDER record.

The Clippers have been inconsistent this season and have failed to string together consecutive wins this month. Five of their six wins, however, have come at home. Blake Griffin has been especially good at home this season, putting up 29.7 points, grabbing 10 boards and dishing out 4.3 assists.

The teams played earlier this month in Golden State with the Warriors prevailing 112-108. No shock—Steph Curry was the star of the game. He connected on seven three-pointers and put up 31 points overall. Golden State has now won three in a row vs the Clips, winning the last two by four points each.

Both Chris Paul and J.J. Redick as listed as doubtful for the game, making the Clippers backcourt extremely shallow. Expect the splash brothers to make it rain.

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Virginia Looking to Rebound vs Bradley

The sixth-ranked Virginia Cavaliers received a rude awakening Monday evening against George Washington on Monday by falling 73-68 to the Colonials and becoming the first top-10 team to lose this season. You can be certain that Virginia head coach Tony Bennett will be demanding a better effort from his players when the Cavaliers tangle with the Bradley Braves at TD Arena in the semifinals of the Charleston Classic.

Shark Bites
  • Virginia 0-4 ATS in their last four games overall.
  • Bradley is 0-4 SU and ATS in its last four games with two days off.
  • Virginia is 9-0 SU in its last nine games after a loss.

The schedule makers haven’t been kind to Bradley to begin the season, forcing the Braves to take on two top-10 opponents out of the gate. Bradley lost 90-60 to Arizona to begin the campaign while failing to cover the +28 spread. The Braves opened as 23.5-point pups for Thursday’s matchup.

The winner of the clash will face the Seton Hall-Long Beach State survivor in their semifinal tilt on Friday. The Braves have lost nine straight regular season tournament games overall, with their last win coming against USC in 2010.

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NHL: Stars Have Dominated the Capitals

Jamie Benn Dallas Stars

The Dallas Stars will be looking to make it eight in a row against the Washington Capitals tonight at the Verizon Center in DC. Playing on the road hasn’t phased the Stars in the least this season, as they’re now 8-1 in their last nine road games. 

The Capitals, who played last night, have responded well in the second game of back-to-backs, winning five of their last six games in that situation. 

The UNDER is trending for both teams, with the total going UNDER  in four of the Caps last five home games, and the total going UNDER in six straight games for the Stars after a win. The Capitals have seen the majority of their games go UNDER this season, posting a 5-10-2 O/U record.

In seven career games vs Washington, Stars forward Jamie Benn has seven points. 

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Jags Have Been Dominant ATS vs Titans

Hurns Jaguars

The Week 11 edition of Thursday Night Football may not be the most attractive matchup on the NFL slate, but bettors of the Jacksonville Jaguars will be glad to see that the trends are working in their favor ahead of their matchup with the Tennessee Titans. In the last nine meetings between the two clubs, the Jags are 7-1-1 ATS. 

<h5>Shark Bites</h5>
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<li>The Jaguars are 6-14 SU in their last 20 games at home.</li>
<li>The Titans are 5-12 ATS in their last 17 games after a loss.</li>
<li>The Titans are 2-5 SU in their last seven games against the Jaguars in November.</li>

The Jags have won two of their last three games thanks to a 22-20 victory over the suddenly lowly Baltimore Ravens last week and look better than their 3-6 SU record. The Titans fell 27-10 to undefeated Carolina last Sunday while looking disorganized in basically every facet of the game. Dating back to last season, Tennessee is just 2-17 SU in their last 19 games.

Thursday Night Football has been kind to bettors of the Titans, however. Tennessee is 5-2 ATS in their last seven Thursday games.

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2015 SuperContest: Week 11 Lines Set

In what could be the most competitive slate of NFL games this season, the Week 11 SuperContest Card features eight games that have lines of a field goal or less.

The Jacksonville Jaguars (3-6) will kick off the action as 3-point home favorites against the Tennessee Titans (2-7) in a key AFC South matchup on Thursday Night Football.


Will Warriors 12-0 Start Equal Finals Win?

Golden State Warriors

The Golden State Warriors joined some elite company when they beat the Toronto Raptors to bring their record to 12-0. Golden State is the first team in over a decade to start perfect after 12 games. The last team to accomplish the feat was the 2002-03 Mavericks, who actually started 14-0. The only other teams to start 12-0 since the 1993-94 season were the 1996-97 Bulls and the 1993-94 Rockets.



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