NCAA Football Report (Thursday, Oct. 12)
Thursday, Oct. 12
Texas State at UL Lafayette (-14, 55) (7:30 pm ET, ESPNU)
-Texas State is just 1-5 SU on the season with their lone win coming against Houston Baptist
-Bobcats' offense is terrible, averaging only 4.5 yards per play vs. defenses that give up 5.2 yppl
-offense averages just 14.5 points per game vs. defenses that allow 23.1 ppg
-UL Lafayette is just 2-3 SU, but they’ve played a tough schedule with 3 games on the road
-Ragin’ Cajuns defense is awful; giving up 46.2 points per game on 6.5 yards per play
-offense has averaged 37.0 ppg, but only 5.7 yards per play vs. weak defenses that permit 6.3 yppl
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- September 30, 2018 - 1:00 PM
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Though I successfully played against them at Arizona, where they failed to cover, the Bears still found a way to win the game. They're now 2-1 and could easily be 3-0. They know that they can ill afford to "relax" though. After this game, the Bears are on the road (at Miami) and then they host New England. In other words, taking care of business here is key. With the Bucs off a Monday night game, playing on a short week, expect the Bears to "keep on rolling," covering the small number along the way. Consider Chicago.
Burns was a PERFECT 3-0 with his "top-rated" plays on the weekend, winning with Stanford/Oregon 'over,' the Arizona Cardinals & the Carolina Panthers, his NFL G.O.Y. Congrats to the many who cashed. Having a MASSIVE MONTH, Ben is now a SIZZLING 17-6 over the L6 days, a SICK 7-1 with top plays. While WINNING BIG in Sept. IS important, its Burns' long-term success, particularly with his BIGGEST plays, which really sets him apart. Top plays on a multi-year run which has produced $84,530 IN PROFITS. All records on the line Monday!