College Football September 13th – Look Out for the Podcast

The Podcast has been approved by Google Play and Apple Podcasts – should show up in the next 24 hours on both platforms. Will look into Spotify too. Once it appears on both platforms I will upload the one for this weekend. Subscribe and download! Also, I think Cam Newton should have to cover my gambling losses on the Panthers last night.. Someone text him for me. Thanks.

71-52 on College Football in 2018 up 53.33 units

16-12 on Bowls up 8.48 units

4-2 on College Football in 2019 up 7.03 units 

North Carolina -1.5 at +150 (alternate line) for 3 units. Mack is Back. UNC has already beat Miami and South Carolina this season. Wake Forest is also 2-0 with wins against Rice and Utah State. Sam Howell (true freshman) made big plays against South Carolina, and even bigger plays against Miami (4th and 20 conversion with 3 minutes remaining and a touchdown throw to Dazz Newsome with a minute left). Here is a video I took of that touchdown. Sorry for the noise and shaky cam. I wasn’t sober. That touchdown hit the over and the money line. That’s why we gamble folks!

Jamie Newman has looked good at QB for Wake Forest. The Junior is about to face the best defensive line he has faced all year though. UNC is the more efficient team on offense according to ESPN’s metric, which actually makes a lot more sense than their QBR bullshit. UNC has played a lot tougher schedule and has allowed 11 less points, so their defense seems to be better too. Aaron Crawford is a Senior monster for UNC at nose tackle. The Ashburn, VA native is leading the UNC defensive line well.

Wake Forest/UNC under 66 at -110 for 4 units. I expect Javonte Williams and Michael Carter to run all over Wake Forest. Boogie Basham is a beast for Wake Forest and I could see him being disruptive to the UNC offense, but I just think UNC is going to run the ball more than they have all year. Wake Forest had 106 plays against Utah State, that is up-tempo. They won’t be able to sustain drives like that against the UNC defense. Heels win 35-24.