jwadd, that's yer one and only angle? I'd love to be yer bookie! I wouldn't use a week one game as any type of factor in a game 14 weeks later unless its a rematch from week one, I will spend 8 seconds of my time discrediting yer useless post. even though it was week one it was such a trap/look ahead spot. look at the schedule, week 2 n 3 were sec games then florida & on & on. ok guys with out getting too specific, I highlighted this game to break down cause I know both teams well & have seen them both play plenty, so before I actually got to analyzing this game I reached out to my most trusted pro capper to see what his early leans/opionions were. boom he comes back w his bowl game of the year (which sells on his site) he loves mizzou in this spot, coming off an embarrassing behind whoopn by bama, mizzou is gonna show the nation why the sec is considered the elite conference & get the bad taste of bama whoopn out of there heads, they have been extremely focused after a few days of feeling sorry for themselves. I only do 1-2-3 units & add a little more for special games like GOY picks etc. I'm going 3 units max + bet on mizzou. BOL guys & check out my NAVY vs SanDiego post I'm loving SD & curious to see feedback & opinions. thanks guys BOL
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Minnesota plays in a January bowl game for the first time in 53 years when it meets Missouri in the Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl on Jan. 1. The Golden Gophers last such contest came Jan. 1, 1962, when they defeated UCLA 21-3 in the Rose Bowl. Minnesota is playing in only its 17th bowl game and has qualified for a bowl in three straight seasons for just the second time in program history.
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