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  • Scott Spreitzer’s FREE CFB Saturday (9/5/15)

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    I’m recommending a play on Georgia Southern plus the points on Saturday. The Eagles will be without starting QB Kevin Ellison for the first two games of the season, while the signal caller serves a suspension. But I believe too much has been made of this where it counts the most – the pointspread.

    Favian Upshaw will take over at QB and he has seen a decent amount of action. He is not a greenhorn being thrown to the wolves. Upshaw is a fast-on-his-feet signal caller, who fits right in with the offense the Eagles run. Upshaw had a couple of big rushing games last season, including one contest against Navy.

    Meanwhile, the good news for West Virginia may also be bad news. They return nine defensive starters, but the stop unit wasn’t too hot a season ago, getting crushed on the ground numerous times.

    Willie Fritz and his staff at GSU return eight starters of their own on defense and let’s not forget they came within a whisker of beating NC State, losing 24-23 as a 20-point underdog, and coming within four points of Ga Tech, losing 42-38 as a 17-point dog. The defense will face a WVU offense that could be a little down from 2014, taking hits to their receiving corps.

    Bottom line: Too much has been made of the Ellison suspension in my opinion, and I believe Georgia Southern will hang the number. I’m backing Georgia Southern plus the points on Satuday. Thanks & GL! Scott Spreitzer.

    TENNESSEE TITANS OVER 5.5 WINS

    Tennessee wasn’t nearly as bad as their 2-14 won-lost record last season. They had “the stats” of about a 7-9 team when you look at their yards-per-play. Normally a team that gains 5.4 yards-per-play and allows 5.5 yards-per-play finishes close to .500.

    They ended up settling for the #2 selection in the draft, despite looking in the tank down the stretch…which is fine because it still got them promising quarterback Marcus Mariota! Mariota has a chance to arrive very quickly because Tennessee head coach Ken Whisenhunt is an offensive guru. Tennessee will exploit the best Mariota has to offer while hiding his weaknesses thanks to a strong wide receiver corps and tight end Delaney Walker. That’s exactly what a young, mobile quarterback needs early in his adjustment phase.

    I’m expecting a lot from the defense too, as Ray Horton enters his second year as coordinator. His complicated schemes sometimes take a while for his players to absorb. It sure can’t hurt that the legendary Dick LeBeau has been added to the defensive braintrust.

    If all that isn’t enough…Tennessee enjoys a “last place” schedule this year that includes meetings with Oakland and Cleveland. The Titans also get to face lowly Jacksonville twice in the AFC South, and have a good inter-divisional draw with the AFC East (including the NY Jets) and NFC South (including Tampa Bay). If the Titans just take care of the soft spots on their schedule, we’ll win this bet.

    I’ll return with my next FREE play on Monday. Thanks & GL! Scott Spreitzer.

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Meet Scott Spreitzer

Scott Spreitzer grew up in a horse racing family. Scott’s Uncle, Robert Mundorf was Jockey of the Year at several tracks throughout the 1960′s. Besides having a jockey in the family, Scott was also surrounded from birth by trainers and starters. “Growing up around relatives who were all about winning to make a living, showed me the type of attitude, desire, and work ethic it takes to get the job done, year-after-year. You want to eat? You better know how to win.” … Read More