Formulator Football Friday – October 21, 2016

by Matt Fischer

Welcome to the weekend!

Justin Fuente has VA Tech in a good position.  This team is getting better every week.  Impressive win over Miami last night 37-16.

Will Aaron Rodgers come out another “relax” message to the Packers’ fans?  Even though they won, the Packers struggled in the first half before being able to pull away in the second half.




College Football Week 8

The weekend schedule is dominated by a massive SEC showdown as Alabama and Texas A&M collide.  Rarely will you see two undefeated teams playing the in the middle of the season where the spread is nearly three touchdowns.

For Jalen Hurts, its his chance to jump to the top of the Heisman race.  If the Alabama QB rips up the Aggies’ D, he will become the front runner.

Colorado at Stanford is the weekend’s most intriguing game.  The Buffs are surging while the Cardinal are stumbling.  For Colorado, this would be a big win for the program while for Stanford, a loss would have fans ready to write this season off.

Here’s our cheat sheet for the college football weekend:

Top 5 Blowout Games

1. Illinois at Michigan – 31 points
2. Oregon State at Washington – 28 points
3. Rutgers at Minnesota – 22 points
4. Purdue at Nebraska – 22 points
5. Eastern Michigan at Western Michigan – 20 points

Top 5 Closest Games

1. North Carolina at Virginia – 1 point
2. Wisconsin at Iowa – 1 point
3. Mississippi State at Kentucky – 1 point
4. UCF at Connecticut – 2 points
5. Louisiana-Lafayette at Texas State – 2 points

Top 5 Highest Scoring Teams

1. Oklahoma – 43 points
2. Oklahoma State – 39 points
3. Houston – 39 points
4. Ohio State – 38 points
5. Washington State – 38 points

Top 5 Lowest Scoring Teams

1. Illinois – 13 points
2. Rutgers – 13 points
3. Massachusetts – 17 points
4. North Texas – 17 points
5. Oregon State – 18 points

Top 5 Highest Scoring Games

1. Oklahoma at Texas Tech – 81 points
2. Oregon at Cal – 80 points
3. LA-Monroe at New Mexico – 68 points
4. Washington State at Arizona State – 67 points
5. Central Michigan at Toledo – 66 points

Top 5 Lowest Scoring Games

1. Massachusetts at South Carolina – 43 points
2. Wisconsin at Iowa – 45 points
3. Rutgers at Minnesota – 48 points
4. Utah at UCLA – 49 points
5. Colorado at Stanford – 49 points

College Football Week 8 Line-up:
College Football Predictions
5 Premium College Football Picks
College Football ATS Pick ‘Em
College Football Game Winners Pick ‘Em
Predicting the Biggest Games Remaining in College Football

Free Pick of the Week: UTSA -9.5 against UTEP in College Football

NFL Week 7

We were on the verge of the NFL’s biggest game of the season a week ago, but due to the loss of Ben Roethlisberger to injury, the Steelers vs. Patriots game has lost its luster.

The NFL returns to London on Sunday morning for the Rams vs. Giants.  I think it’s ridiculous the league continually takes games away from its fans.  If the league wants to know why ratings are down, their treatment of fans could be a big reason why.

Here’s our cheat sheet for the NFL weekend:

Top 5 Highest Scoring Teams

1. Falcons – 31 points
2. Chiefs – 29 points
3. Chargers – 27 points
4. 49ers – 26 points
5. Titans – 26 points

Top 5 Lowest Scoring Teams

1. Texans – 17 points
2. Seahawks – 18 points
3. Steelers – 18 points
4. Vikings – 18 points
5. Bears – 18 points

Top 5 Highest Scoring Games

1. Chargers at Falcons – 58 points
2. Saints at Chiefs – 53 points
3. Bucs at 49ers – 50 points
4. Raiders at Jaguars – 49 points
5. Redskins at Lions – 49 points

Top 5 Lowest Scoring Games

1. Seahawks at Cardinals – 39 points
2. Vikings at Eagles – 40 points
3. Texans at Broncos – 40 points
4. Giants vs. Rams (in London) – 41 points
5. Ravens at Jets – 41 points

Our NFL Week 7 Line-up:

NFL Predictions
5 Premium NFL Picks 
Fantasy Football Tips
NFL Survivor Pool Picks
NFL ATS Pick ‘Em
NFL Game Winner Pick ‘Em
NFL Survivor Pool Contest
NFL Playoff Predictions Based Upon the First 6 Weeks
NFL Power Rankings

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Formulator Football Friday – October 7, 2016

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by Matt Fischer

Welcome to NFL Week 5 and College Football Week 6.

College Football Week 6

Is the U back?  The ‘Canes can prove they’re back with a win over rival Florida State on Saturday.  Mark Richt has gotten Miami headed in the right direction during a season that’s seen Florida State stumble.

The Red River Rivalry happens on Saturday again with Charlie Strong’s firing being rumored.  Oklahoma pulled out a win last week to salvage the season.  Both teams need this win.  Who wants it more?

LSU got the Orgeron era off to a great start with a 42-7 win against Missouri last Saturday night in Baton Rouge.  Now they go on the road to Florida.  The LSU offense will be tested by the Florida defense.  Look for this one to be low scoring and be decided late.

Get our college football predictions for all of week 6 and premium ATS picks in the Pick Shop.

Make your picks on who wins in our week 6 college football pick ’ems.

Free Pick – Boston College +16 against Clemson (Friday)

NFL Week 5

Tom Brady is back for the Patriots.  After being shutout last week, the 3-1 Patriots welcome their starting QB back from suspension.  Do the Browns have any chance at ruining Brady’s comeback?  It’s unlikely but this could be closer than expected.

Dak Prescott gets the biggest test of his career against a good Bengals team in Dallas this week.  Can he beat a playoff team?

The Steelers come off of a beatdown of the Chiefs last Sunday night to host the Jets.  Can they keep turnovers coming from the Jets?

Can Carson Wentz keep the Eagles rolling?  Philly goes to Detroit this weekend.  Will the Lions figure things out or continue to be unpredictable?

Who do you think wins in NFL week 5?  Make your picks now in our free NFL Pick ‘Ems.

Get our week 5 NFL predictions and premium picks in the Pick Shop.

Free Pick –  Eagles -3 at Lions

Let’s talk football Friday at Noon ET on Periscope.

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Formulator Football Friday – September 30, 2016

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by Matt Fischer

Welcome to Formulator Football Friday!

BIG ANNOUNCEMENT

I’ll be going live at Noon ET today on Periscope to talk football with you and give out free picks.  If you miss the live broadcast you can watch it later on Periscope.

This will start happening more frequently so stay tuned on social media  for alerts when we go live.  I’m hoping to have Saturday and Sunday morning gameday broadcasts and a Sunday afternoon broadcast predicting college football point spreads for the week ahead and recapping the previous week.

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Free NFL Pick for this Week:
Take the Bears +3 against the Lions on Sunday.

I’ll have another free college football pick on the live broadcast on Periscope today.

Get our NFL and college football picks for this weekend for $5 in the Pick Shop.

College Football Week 5

Huge games in college football this week starting tonight with Stanford at Washington.  The winner becomes the Pac-12 favorite and de facto playoff contender for the conference.

Home teams usually do well on these Thursday and Friday night games so watch out for Washington.

Saturday’s biggest games are Louisville at Clemson and Wisconsin at Michigan.  Both games will be similar to the Pac-12 game on Friday night.  The winners become playoff contenders.  A Louisville win could get them some votes for #1 since they’d already have wins over Clemson and Florida State this season.

The game to watch is Saturday night in Baton Rouge.  How does LSU respond to this week’s dismal of Les Miles?

Who do you think wins this weekend?  Make your picks in our free College Football Pick ‘Ems.  Pick game winners or Against The Spread.

See our week 5 college football predictions and power rankings.

College Football Week 5 Consensus Picks

ATS Pick ‘Em
1.  Baylor -16.5 (91%)
2.  Nevada -6.5 (82%)
3.  Miami FL -6.5 (82%)
4.  Ohio State -38.5 (77%)
5.  Louisiana Tech -20.5 (77%)
6.  Southern Miss -21.5 (77%)
7.  Florida -9.5 (73%)
8.  Ole Miss -14.5 (68%)
9.  Texas A&M -17.5 (68%)
10.  Florida State -12.5 (68%)
11.  Missouri +13.5 (64%)
12.  Boise State -20.5 (64%)
13.  Michigan State -7.5 (64%)
14.  Colorado -16.5 (60%)
15.  Wisconsin +10.5 (59%)
16.  Navy +7.5 (55%)
17.  Alabama -34.5 (55%)
18.  New Mexico -6.5 (55%)
19.  USC -8.5 (55%)
20.  Notre Dame -13.5 (52%)

Game Winners Pick ‘Em
1.  Pittsburgh 93%
2.  West Virginia 93%
3.  Oklahoma 73%
4.  Minnesota 73%
5.  East Carolina 73%
6.  Oregon 67%
7.  Tennessee 67%
8.  Duke 67%
9.  Michigan 67%
10.  USC 60%
11.  Western Michigan 57%
12.  Louisville 53%
13.  California 53%
14.  Oklahoma State 53%
15.  Eastern Michigan 53%

NFL Week 4

By Monday night we’ll be a quarter of the way through the NFL season for 30 of the 32 teams.  That means it’s time to get it together if you’re 0-3.

We went 12-4 (75%) ATS last week on NFL!  See our week 4 NFL predictions and power rankings.

We’re 3-0 on the season with our NFL Survivor Pool Pick.  This week we went out on a bit of a limb with a team outside of our Top 10.  But to survive the season, you’ve got to take some calculated risks.

Consensus Picks

NFL Week 4 ATS Pick ‘Em
1.  Vikings -4.5 (76%)
2. Broncos -3.5 (76%)
3. Patriots -4.5 (75%)
4. Panthers -2.5 (76%)
5. Lions -2.5 (73%)
6. Cowboys -2.5 (71%)
7. Browns +7.5 (69%)
8. Raiders +3.5 (65%)
9. Chargers -3.5 (65%)
10. Chiefs +5.5 (65%)
11. Colts +2.5 (59%)
12. Rams +8.5 (59%)
13. Texans -6.5 (53%)
14. Jets +1.5 (53%)

NFL Week 4 Game Winner Pick ‘Em
1. Redskins 94%
2. Broncos 94%
3. Cardinals 94%
4. Cowboys 89%
5. Steelers 83%
6. Patriots 83%
7. Texans 78%
8. Chargers 78%
9. Vikings 78%
10. Lions 72%
11. Panthers 61%
12. Colts 56%
13. Jets 56%
14. Ravens 56%

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Formulator Football Friday – September 23, 2016

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by Matt Fischer

It’s a football Friday!  I’d like to thank you for visiting SportsFormulator.com.  Things are going well and we appreciate your feedback and that you’re checking out our new features this football season.

Our Pick ‘Em contests are going well with record numbers of entries every week.  If you haven’t entered yet, pick this weekend’s college football and NFL for chances to win prizes!

Our Survivor Pool Picks feature is getting a tremendous response.  We’re 2-0 on the season so far and look to keep it going this weekend.

PICKS

We’ve got our full NFL and College Football cards up in the Pick Shop.  7 College Football picks and 3 NFL.  You can buy by league or get them all together.  The picks are guaranteed to be profitable or you get a refund!

We’ve also got $5 Friday picks in both the NFL and college football.  These individual picks are just available today so take advantage now.

Free Pick – Oklahoma State +9.5 at Baylor

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NFL Week 3

Bill Belichick is the greatest NFL coach of all time.  Cheating aside, his ability to continually win regardless of the 11 players that line up on a given play is remarkable.   Using his third string QB, Belichick guided the Pats to a win over a playoff team last night.

Another profitable weekend with our NFL picks!  We went 2 for 3 cashing tickets again keeping us at 67% ATS on the season.

Broncos at Bengals is the big game in the NFL this weekend.  The Bengals lost in Denver on Monday night last season that ended up giving the Broncos home field throughout the NFL Playoffs.  The Bengals will have Andy Dalton for this one though and playing at home will want to bounce back from a loss in week 2.

Can the Seahawks and Rams score this week?  They’ve both struggled to put points up this season.  Last week they combined for 12 points in the game with the Rams winning 9-3.

The two games I’m most interested in this weekend are the Raiders at Titans and Ravens at Jaguars.  These are teams that have been up and down this season so can they show their potential and win this weekend?

Get week 3 NFL predictions and power rankings.

Consensus Picks – NFL Week 3 Game Winners
1 – Giants 95% against Redskins
2 – Bucs 95% against Rams
3 – Dolphins 95% against Browns
4 – Packers 91% against Lions
5 – Cowboys 91% against Bears
6 – Panthers 86% against Vikings
7 – Saints 86% against Falcons
8 – Steelers 82% at Eagles
9 – Cardinals 77% at Bills
10 – Seahawks 77% against 49ers
11 – Chiefs 68% against Jets
12 – Colts 68% against
13 – Titans 59% against Raiders
14 – Bengals 59% against Broncos
15 – Jaguars 50% against Ravens

If you haven’t made your picks yet, make them now.

College Football Week 4

Some good conference match-ups in college football this weekend.  Tonight, USC visits Utah.  These have proved to be tricky games in the past for road teams.

Michigan State comes off of an impressive road win at Notre Dame to host Wisconsin.  The Badgers have flown under the radar since a big win over LSU to start the year.  Are they ready to take a big game on the road?

I’m most interested in the Arkansas at Texas A&M and Oklahoma State at Baylor this Saturday.

A&M has looked good this season and Bret Bielema’s Razorbacks are always a tough game.  This is a game that’s going to go to the wire.

Baylor gets their first test of the season as the Cowboys of OSU come to town.  For Jim Grobe, it’s a big step up in competition for his team.  Okie State rebounded last week from being robbed of a win against Central Michigan.  The Cowboys are going to keep this game close.

Get our week 4 college football predictions and power rankings.  Check early Sunday morning for my new Formulator Forward column, where I review the previous week of college football and predict the next week’s point spreads for big games.

Consensus Picks – College Football Week 4 Game Winners
1 – Western Michigan 96% against Georgia Southern
2 – Stanford 92% at UCLA
3 – Nebraska 92% at Northwestern
4 – Florida State 84% at South Florida
5 – Ole Miss 84% against Georgia
6 – Michigan State 80% against Wisconsin
7 – LSU 80% at Auburn
8 – Tennessee 72% against Florida
9 – South Carolina 72% at Kentucky
10 – California 64% at Arizona State
11 – Texas A&M 64% against Arkansas
12 – West Virginia 60% against BYU
13 – Middle Tennessee 56% against Louisiana Tech
14 – Baylor 52% against Oklahoma State
15 – North Carolina 52% against Pitt

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Formulator Football Friday – September 16, 2016

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by Matt Fischer

It’s Friday!  I’m looking forward to a great weekend of football.  NFL Week 2 and College Football week 3 have a great lineup.

Before we get to the weekend, I’d like to ask for a minute of your time.  I want your input on SportsFormulator and would appreciate if you could answer 5 quick questions here.

Recapping Last Weekend

Back to football.  We started the 2016 NFL season with a profitable weekend as we went 3-2 on premium picks.  Read the recap of our profitable Free Formulator Week and how you’d have made money last week.

Week 2 College Football went great!  We were 41 of 46 (89%) predicting game winners and 26-18-2 (59%) beating the spread.   We hope to keep that winning information coming this week!

$5 Friday and Free Pick

Everything in the Pick Shop is $5 today!  Take advantage of this special offer available today only and win this weekend!  We have both college football and NFL picks available.

This week’s free pick is Ohio State -2 at Oklahoma in college football.

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NFL Week 2

Three games with playoff teams highlight NFL week 2.  The Steelers host the Bengals in a game that features two of our top 5 teams in our week 2 NFL power rankings.  The Chiefs go back to Houston to play the Texans.

The Texans will want revenge following  the Chiefs 30-0 Wild Card win in the playoffs last season.  Will Brock Osweiler make a difference?

The Vikings open up their new stadium against the Packers.  The Vikings won the division last year and will look to keep control of the NFC North with a win on Sunday night.

Our Week 2 NFL Lineup:
NFL Predictions
NFL Survivor Pool Picks
NFL Power Rankings
NFL ATS Picks
Consensus Picks for our Week 2NFL Pick ‘Em contests

We have NFL Pick ‘Em contests picking game winners and against the spread.  Here are the consensus results:

Game Winners
Panthers (100% – that’s correct) against 49ers
Raiders (94%) against Falcons
Ravens (89%) at Browns

ATS Winners
Saints +4.5 (88%)
Vikings +2.5 (88%)
Titans +5.5 (75%)

College Football Week 3

Saturday is stacked with big games!  Three games feature top 10 match-ups and all have huge college football playoff implications including Ohio State at Oklahoma, Alabama at Ole Miss and Florida State at Louisville.

The Big 12 desperately needs Oklahoma to beat Ohio State. The league has been beat up the first two weeks of the season including OU’s week 1 loss to Houston. Big Game Bob Stoops needs to pull out all of the stops to beat the Buckeyes this week.

Can Ole Miss do the unthinkable and beat Alabama three straight years? That could earn Hugh Freeze a spot in the coaching hall of fame if it happens.

My Top 3 Games to Watch in Week 3:

1) Florida State at Louisville – Bobby Petrino’s Cardinals have been putting up huge numbers on offense this season but will face their biggest defensive test of the season against the Seminoles. How will the ‘Noles handle the early kick on the road with a young QB?

2) Texas at Cal – The Longhorns are still riding high after their week 1 win over Notre Dame. The line has kept moving to the Longhorns. The Formulator disagrees with that as we have Cal winning by 2. I think taking a freshman QB on the road and giving 8 points is dangerous.

3) Miami at Appalachian State – Mark Richt is off to a great start at his alma mater but they’re on the road against a good team. We called for App State to win this game in the preseason and are sticking to it. After their close call at Tennessee, App State doesn’t want to let another win over a Power 5 team slip away.

Consensus Picks for our College Football Pick ‘Em contests

We have College Football Pick ‘Em contests picking game winners and against the spread.  Here are the consensus results:

Game Winners for the Big Games in Week 2
Ohio State (81%) at Oklahoma
Alabama (94%) against Ole Miss
Florida State (51%) at Louisville

ATS Winners for the Big Games in Week 2
Ohio State -2.5 (77%) at Oklahoma
Alabama -9.5 (77%) at Ole Miss
Louisville +3.5 (65%) against Florida State
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Formulator Football Friday – September 9, 2016

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by Matt Fischer

Football is finally back in full force as the NFL kicked off last night.  It’s great to have a packed weekend of games.  Let’s get to the games!

NFL WEEK 1

Opening night of the NFL season featured a Super Bowl rematch that went to the wire.  The Panthers missed a FG at the end and dropped a 21-20 game to the Broncos.  Back to back losses to the same team has to sting.

Unfortunately this Sunday is marred by change at QB for three contenders.  Tom Brady starts his four game suspension, Tony Romo (Cowboys) and Teddy Bridgewater (Vikings) are injured and out.

For the Cowboys, what looked to be a promising season ahead is now in the hands of two rookies, Dak Prescott at QB and Ezekiel Elliot at RB.  Elliot should get a lot of touches to help take the pressure off of Prescott at QB.  The Cowboys were considered a contender with Romo, can they still find a way to the playoffs without him this season?

For the Vikings, a huge blow.  Their young QB who’d taken them to the playoffs last year is out for the entire season.  The team looked ready to make a run at another playoff birth until the injury to Bridgewater happened.  They’ve traded for Sam Bradford but how quickly can he adapt to Minnesota?  I think they’ve still got a shot at a wildcard but they’re gonna need the defense to keep them in every game this season.

My top 3 NFL games this weekend:

Patriots at Cardinals – How does Carson Palmer rebound from a disastrous NFC Championship game?  Everyone will be glued to this game to see how the Brady-less Pats do on the road against a playoff team.  This is the must see game of the week.

Giants at Cowboys – They usually always seem to have great games in Dallas.  With a rookie backfield, this will be must watch TV.  Could see legends in the making or another great disappointment for Cowboy fans.

Packers at Jaguars – I think the Jaguars will be much better than they’ve been in years.  The Pack welcome Jordy Nelson back so look for he and Rodgers to connect for at least one TD on Sunday.  I think the Jags keep this close throughout and have a good chance at the upset.

NFL Week 1 ATS Pick ‘Em Results

We’re holding NFL Pick ‘Em contests weekly all season.  Here are how the picks for week 1 breakdown:

PICK CONSENSUS OPPONENT
Texans (-4.5) 86% Bears
Bengals (-2.5) 86% Jets
Packers (-4.5) 84% Jaguars
Panthers (-3.5) 81% Broncos
Colts (-5.5) 76% Lions
Eagles (-6.5) 68% Browns
Cardinals (-5.5) 68% Patriots
Chiefs (-7.5) 65% Chargers
Rams (-2.5) 62% 49ers
Seahawks (-10.5) 59% Dolphins
Raiders (+1.5) 58% Saints
Vikings (-2.5) 57% Titans
Steelers (-3.5) 57% Redskins
Bills (+2.5) 54% Ravens
Falcons (-3.5) 51% Bucs
Giants (+3.5) 51% Cowboys

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COLLEGE FOOTBALL WEEK 2

With the NFL kick off last night, college football doesn’t start until tonight with two games.  After an epic week 1 that saw upsets, back and forth shootouts and wild swings from one team and then the other, week 2 could be a let down.  Get ready for the weekend ahead with our college football week 2 line-up

Week 2 College Football Line-up:

Game Predictions
Power Rankings
Free ATS Picks

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My top 3 games to watch this weekend:

Virginia Tech vs. Tennessee – This game is expected to have 150,000 people at it as they play at Bristol Motor Speedway.  Just the optics of seeing a football game being played at a speedway in front of that number of people will be worth tuning in for on Saturday night (8 PM ET on ABC).  Tennessee has been here all week how it struggled with Appalachian State last Thursday so it has something to prove on the national stage Saturday night.

Western Kentucky at Alabama – Alabama just ran over USC in week 1.  It was a dominate performance from the Crimson Tide.  Now they get a good Hilltopper team.  I’m not watching because I think Western Kentucky can pull the upset, but can they hang around.   We predict ‘Bama by 30 but I’m interested to see if their offense can put some points on the Tide’s defense.

Arkansas at TCU – Both teams won in week 1 but were unimpressive in doing so.  This is a big game for the SEC and Big 12.  Each conference needs a non-conference win after they got beat up last week.  I think Bret Bielema finds a way to take this one deep in the fourth quarter and have his team in position to get a win on the road.

College Football Week 2 ATS Pick ‘Em Early Returns

We’re holding College Football Pick ‘Em contests weekly all season.  Here are the week 2 contest consensus ATS picks:

PICK CONSENSUS OPPONENT
Iowa (-15.5) 90% Iowa State
Duke (-5.5) 90% Wake Forest
Michigan (-35.5) 76% UCF
Boise State (-11.5) 76% Washington State
Notre Dame (-27.5) 71% Nevada
Ohio State (-28.5) 75% Tulsa
Baylor (-31.5) 67% SMU
NC State (-4.5) 64% East Carolina
Alabama (-28.5) 72% Western Kentucky
Penn State (+6.5) 72% Pittsburgh
UCLA (-27.5) 68% UNLV
Indiana (-16.5) 66% Ball State
Utah (-3.5) 66% BYU
South Florida (-13.5) 66% Northern Illinois
Texas (-27.5) 61% UTEP
Texas Tech (+4.5) 59% Arizona State
TCU (-7.5) 57% Arkansas
Kentucky (+17.5) 57% Florida
Tennessee (-10.5) 57% Virginia Tech
Ohio (+3.5) 55% Kansas

 

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