Friday, September 28, 2012

Quick Buck Friday

The Lord is my shepherd, he KNOWS what I want!

It's Friday and that means it's time take advantage of our generosity here at Productive Sweatpants. Last week, the CyClown went for broke and I went a perfect 0-6 ATS for the week. Awesome! Let's take a look at where we stand.

Vegas Cyclown - 45
SEC Guy - 40
NV Nole - 35
Drake - 26

Week 5

Drake's Pick
Louisiana Tech - 2.5 @ Virginia - 15 units
Yep, you saw that right. A Sun Belt team is a road favorite against an ACC team. La Tech is good man. They dismantled Illinois last week. And the Cavaliers are a 0-3-1 ATS. It's going to be shoot out because La Tech can't stop anyone and they're the number three scoring offense in the country. The over is 61, so you may consider that too.

Drake Bonus
Baylor @ West Virginia O/U 80 - 10 units
I'm going for broke this week at QBF. But there is going to be oodles and oodles of points in this game. I don't think Baylor is all that good but they are the number 5 scoring offense and 90th in scoring defense. Much like the game above go with the points.


McCoy's Pick
Texas @ Oklahoma State +2 - 15 Drakypoos
There are two teams in the Big XII, in my opinion, who are riding the coat tails of the previous year's success. Baylor and Oklahoma State.
My pick for this week's QBF is Texas over Oklahoma State for that precise reason. Texas is much better this year, Oklahoma State headed in the opposite direction. The line has moved from OSU being 5.5 point favorites to being 2 point dogs. I think Texas wins big and begins marking their dominance once again in the landscape they helped construct.


SEC Guy's Pick
Louisville (-10) @ Southern Miss - 15 Denard interceptions
Southern Miss has fallen off the map since Larry Fedora took his visor to Chapel Hill. Meanwhile, Charlie Strong has Louisville on the rise. Look for quarterback Teddy Bridgewater to shred an abysmal Golden Eagle defense. Louisville rolls 35-17.


NVNole's Pick  
Georgia v. Tennessee, O/U 58.5 - 10 units
These are two SEC defenses, take the under.


No comments: