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Scott Spreitzer is 14-5, 74% lifetime with his annual CFB GAME OF THE YEAR! His 20th annual goes on Saturday! Grab it here then extend the all-time record to 15-5, 75%! Only $50!

Scott Spreitzer has DESTROYED the books with his NFL Smackdowns, going 21-4, 84%! Now grab Scott's top play on Sunday, his NFL DIV. SMACKDOWN GAME OF THE YEAR! Scott's side is backed by combined spots on a 41-7 winning run. Grab it and extend the Smackdown run to 22-4!

*This package includes 1 NFL pick


Scott Spreitzer looks to slam the books with his NFL TOTAL DOMINATOR GAME OF THE MONTH! Scott's Over/Under release on Sunday is backed by spots that combine for a smoking, 31-7 mark. Grab the Total of the Month right here as Scott looks to extend his winning NFL run to 63-41, 61%!

*This package includes 1 NFL pick

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-F  |  Nov 22, 2014
Wisconsin vs. Iowa
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Play Type: Free

I'm recommending a play on the Iowa Hawkeyes on Saturday.  Wisconsin is getting a lot of mileage from last week's record-setting blowout win over Nebraska.  But we're not sure it's a buy sign on Wiscy as a big road favorite this week.  After all, Wisconsin has offered up a schematic mismatch on more than one occasion against the Huskers.  The Badgers not only whipped Nebraska last Saturday, but also in the 2012 Big-10 championship.  Yes, Melvin Gordon combined to rush for over 600 yards on 34 carries in the two games, combined, but the other ball carriers also ran for over 500 yards on nearly 8 yards per carry.  They don't own such schematic advantages over Iowa and Kirk Ferentz has prepped his team well when against strong ground attacks.  In fact, Iowa is 22-3 ATS under Ferentz against teams that average at least 5.25 yards per pop and they're 30-10 ATS against teams averaging at least 5.9 yards per play.  The Hawkeyes bounced back well last time out, gaining momentum for a game against what looks to be an over-valued road favorite.  I'm grabbing the points with Iowa on Saturday. Thanks & GL!  Scott Spreitzer.

Scott Spreitzer's 20th annual CFB GAME OF THE YEAR! Scott's 14-5, 74% winners lifetime and he cashed his Smackdown GOY with La Tech, a 59-10 winner. Scott's off a 6-0 sweep last Saturday! Scott looks to extend his lifetime record to 15-5, 75%! 

Pick released on Nov 22 at 01:14 am

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-F  |  Nov 22, 2014
Missouri vs. Tennessee
Play Type: Top Premium

I'm laying the points with Tennessee on Saturday evening. A lot of talk about the Volunteers situation, losing some players to suspension and injury. But QB Joshua Dobbs will help mask any potential problems up front on offense. Dobbs is a big kid, about 6'3, and he owns the wheels to keep Missouri guessing on defense. Dobbs has 34 carries for 214 yards and 4 rushing TDs the last two games and it certainly hasn't hurt the passing game. The sophomore signal caller has completed 63% of his 67 passes over the last two games, with 5 TDs and just 1 INT, while passing for 598 yards. Dobbs makes everyone better, one of the unique qualities of a star player. Jalen Hurd has rushed for 243 yards on nearly 5 1/2 yards per carry the last two weeks and Dobbs completed passes to 9 different players against Kentucky and 8 different players in the road win over South Carolina. That's a lot of weaponry for the Tigers to cover. At the same time, the Missouri offense is down in 2014. While they're getting a little healthier this week at WR, they aren't the same offense that brought four outstanding wide receivers to the gridiron in 2013. Mizzou is off a road win over A&M, but caught the Aggies off the win over Auburn. Mizzou has had a fantastic run on the road, but the offense didn't reach 300 yards in the one-point win over a South Carolina defense that ranks 100th in total yards allowed and 105th in points allowed per game. They also beat a Florida team that suffered a complete meltdown; Mizzou gained just 119 yards in the victory. I believe the road catches up to them in this one, their first back-to-back road spot in 2014. Missouri is playing for a possible SEC East title, but I'm betting Tennessee gains their goal, a bowl eligible win for the first time in four years. And finally, we should note that Mizzou has covered just 5 of 19 off an upset win as an underdog with Gary Pinkel as HC. I'm laying the points with Tennessee on Saturday. Thanks & GL! Scott Spreitzer.

Pick released on Nov 21 at 10:36 pm

Scott Spreitzer is now in his 18th year of handicapping and can currently be seen nationally on the Proline TV show, which airs on football weekends at 7 am ET on the USA cable network. Scott is the ONLY handicapper to advance to 3 straight finals in the Sunset Station Casino Invitational in Las Vegas. In fact, he's the all-time Sunset Station Casino Invitational's WIN CHAMPION! And what's most impressive about Scott's record is that it was compiled with a high volume of selections. Scott released over 500 NFL & college football plays in 5 seasons, and finished with an awesome 59% ATS winning mark, as documented by the Sunset Station Casino and the Las Vegas betting public. Besides being a champion handicapper, Scott co-hosted the legendary Stardust Line radio show for six years and was the weekly football analyst on the Pete Rose radio show. Scott has also hosted the ESportsDaily radio show, which aired in over 60 U.S. cities. Currently, Scott is the featured handicapper for numerous radio broadcasts around the country, and has interviewed a bevy of sports figures past & present.