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Numero_Uno
Numero_Uno
Not sure how many of you all use 5dimes, but I requested a payout probably 2 months ago.  After going back and forth with them for a while now, I have come to the realization that I am not going to get my money.  They kept giving me the run around and told me to go to Western Union to get it.  I used the information they provided and the money wasn't available.  So I contacted 5dimes and they said there is nothing they can do.  I am now out the money I requested with no recourse.  I would advice anyone against using that website after my experience.
714cuzzin
714cuzzin
Quote Originally Posted by 730champ:




gators?

A lot less than OU or KSU.
714cuzzin
714cuzzin
Quote Originally Posted by txtechpika:

Not the Big 12's fault that Oklahoma and KSU laid eggs... Kind of like Florida and LSU

LSU lost by one.  OU and KSU were humiliated.
714cuzzin
714cuzzin
Agreed.  It is funny listening to people talk about how the SEC is down because they are "only" 4-3 thus far in bowl games.  I suspect they win today and Monday, finishing the bowl season at 6-3.  I guess for the SEC that is down, but still far away the best conference.  The Big whatever proved against Oregon and A&M that they aren't in the same league.
WhiteMice
WhiteMice
Good luck.  One of these days you will bet on an SEC.  May not be until next year though.  
thealchemistnyc
thealchemistnyc
Sumlin is just helping his recruiting even more with this. Honestly, if you were a recruit in Texas, how could playing for Sumlin not be your first choice?
thealchemistnyc
thealchemistnyc
The big 12 is pretty much a joke in terms of defense. OU is another example.
Centoboy2011
Centoboy2011
Agreed Lawson. Glad I stuck with my boys despite it being a square play.
CraftyAces
CraftyAces
When does stoops ever show up against top ten teams? As it relates to the over, A&M is doing there part, but big choke bob will likely screw us over backers.
HookEmHorns22
HookEmHorns22
Unfortunately for the Horns, in the future it may not matter if the Horns want someone with Sumlin there.
behindthadeuce
behindthadeuce
LaHaterz,

Seems like the public is on indy.
behindthadeuce
behindthadeuce
Quote Originally Posted by earthWake:


That loss to the Bears was week 1. They had a 14-7 lead on the Pats with the ball until the wheels fell off. Pats had a punt return TD, and TWO pick 6's. Anytime that happens in a game you will win via blowout.

The question might be what have the Ravens proven to be a 6.5 fav over an 11-5 team. They have lost 4 of 5 and 2 of their last 3 home games. They also have 9-6 wins over KC, 13-10 vs pitt and 16-13 vs SD. (They also lost by 30 to the Texans in Houston, but conveniently you only point out the Colts losing by 12 in Houston)

Ravens getting Lewis back and semi healthy D is the only reason I'm not pounding the Colts, but Ravens aren't as good as last 2 years.

I didn't point out the Ravens losing by 30 in Houston because it wasn't relevant.  The Ravens aren't the road team here, the Colts are.  Further, the last game they lost, Taylor was the leading passer in that game, not Flacco.  I wonder why they lost?

The public seems to be pounding the Colts and likely get pounded.  I don't see how it makes sense to back the worst road team in the play-offs with a rookie QB and a below average defense.
behindthadeuce
behindthadeuce
Quote Originally Posted by tothemoney:

I like Cincy and Indy to win in the AFC.  Seattle I think is a horrible matchup for the Skins and they should win by at least 10, and I think the GB -8 to -9 is way to high as I think they win by 7 at the most.

What have you seen from Indy on the road to make you think they will cover?
behindthadeuce
behindthadeuce
Here are my thoughts on the four dogs:

1. Indy: They are 0-3 this year, losing by an average of 22 points on the road against teams with winning records.  That includes 20 points against the Bears, 35 points against the Pats and 12 points against the Texans, while the Texans were reeling.

2. Minny: Vegas clearly wants you to take the Vikes.  The Vikes cost Aaron Rodgers and the Pack a bye week.  They will make them pay for that.

3. Cincy and Wash: These are coin flippers in my opinion.
csell12793
csell12793
It is funny to see people reaching for any glimmer of hope for the sec to drop off. No, they are not sinking.
thorpe
thorpe
I just thought I would bring this one back up to point out that we have five straight winners (assuming Ohio holds on) with Central Michigan, San Jose State, Cincy, Baylor and Ohio.  That puts it at 7-5 with Rutgers and Minnesota pending for the rest of the day.  

I am not saying you should or should not follow this system, but people bash way too easily.  Thorpe was just trying to help and as of now the system is hitting at around 58%.
BigEastExpert
BigEastExpert
College Football / Bowls / View Post
Guys, if you want to know his picks, just follow him on twitter.  He always seems to post his picks there.  Oh, and I don't mean that idiot who pretends to be Big East and wants you to e-mail him, I mean the real one, @Big_East.
TREE88
TREE88
Forget covering, I think they win outright.
jdnmoney
jdnmoney
You going to be on ball state straight up? I am on them in my bowl pick em, so just curious.
thorpe
thorpe
Quote Originally Posted by thorpe:


Just waiting on this game...but I am leaning UCF> UCF should run for 250+ yards.  Utah St ripped Toledo in the second half, I could see the same thing here.

So you are going against your six rules in this one?
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