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Now that only the elite of the elite are here I have some valuable information, just for you. This time of year is about pageantry, bands, tailgating, and the great game of football, played by student/athletes from coast to coast. That’s what I tell my neighbors. You and I know something else, though. It’s also the time of year for hauling in a pile of Presidents with some cogent beating of the point spread.
Everyone knows the obvious stuff. Oregon went 2-0-1 against the spread (ATS) and 3-0 straight up (SU) last year when playing at home, with the total >= 59, after losing the previous game ATS. Child’s play. Every middle-schooler with Wi-Fi and an account with Bovada knows that.
But for you, contributor of extreme largesse’, we have some things that very few know.
This season may be more of a challenge and it’s Erin Andrews’ fault. The Ducks covered the number to the tune of 77% of the time when the fetching Ms. Andrews patrolled the sidelines.
Now she has taken her talents to a studio show where she will lounge next to Joey Harrington. *Sigh* As usual, Popeye said it best.
No matter. The astute football gambler will go deeper into the numbers to find profit. For example, Oregon is 13-6-1 ATS in night games. starting with…
But here is something most people don’t know. Oregon is 1-0 SU and ATS in night games when the lights go out at Autzen.
Gamblers beware, though! Not all betting trends are in favor of the Ducks. Oregon is only 2-3 in games when a man named Bronco is on the other sideline. This includes…
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