SCOTT SPREITZER’S FREE CFB SAT (9/9/17)

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FREE CFB SAT: 328 IOWA STATE +3 (12 NOON EDT)
We’re taking the points with Iowa State on Saturday. The Cyclones are looking to snap a little skid against Iowa, especially off of last year’s ugly loss. Iowa was a “sexy” go against for some bettors last week (we passed) but the defense carried the team to the 24-3 win over Wyoming. The stop unit played well, but we weren’t too impressed with the offense. Nathan Stanley struggled in the passing game. The running game wasn’t bad with Akrum Wadley gaining 116 yards on 24 carries. But overall, Iowa gained just 263 yards on 4.7 yards per play.

We expect ISU to clamp down on the ground game, forcing Stanley to beat them with the passing game and we don’t believe Iowa is up to the task, especially against a ball-hawking and athletic Cyclone secondary that picked off three passes in last week’s win over a capable Northern Iowa team.

We do like the skill players of the Cyclones a bit more than Iowa’s, and believe the Hawks will have problems hanging with 6’5 WR Allen Lazard. Finally, ISU has covered six of their last seven in Ames, overall, and 13 of the last 19 in this series. We’ll back ISU QB Jacob Park and the ‘Clones, to get back in the win column in this heated rivalry. The Cyclones plus the points. Thanks & GL! Scott Spreitzer.

FREE NFL WEEK-1: 464 TITANS +1.5 OVER OAKLAND
NOTE UPDATED SEPT 5: We still like the Titans even as short chalk.

I’m recommending a play on the Tennessee Titans (we still like Tennessee at -2.5) in their week-one tilt with Oakland. The Raiders are once again one of the hottest tickets in Las Vegas sports books and those who’re backing the Silver & Black will have to pay for it. Tennessee is one of the teams on our most improved list this season. Tennessee won eight of their final 12 games last season, including wins over the Broncos, Chiefs, and Packers and they’ve suffered 11 defeats by eight points or less over the last two seasons, coming close to a postseason berth with last year’s 9-7 SU mark.

The offensive line has been bolstered in the off-season, while the defense gains needed talent and experience in the secondary with Logan Ryan and Johnathan Cyprien signing on. Offensively, QB Marcus Mariota already owned protection and a decent ground game and the WR corps just got more diverse and deeper with the selection of Corey Davis with the 5th pick in the 2017 draft. Oakland is a squad that could challenge in the AFC this season, but we feel they’re overvalued from a betting standpoint and their leaky defense will be exploited in week one. We’ll back the Titans. Thanks & GL! – Scott Spreitzer.

SCOTT SPREITZER IS THE VEGAS BETTING VOICE ON ESPN’S DARI & MEL SHOW, heard nationally every Saturday during the football season! Scott joins Dari Nowkhah & Mel Kiper, Saturday’s at 8:45 AM ET!

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COLLEGE BASKETBALL NOTE:
We finished with a 139-95 COLLEGE BASKETBALL winning season! I just want to wish all who jumped on board this season, or came back from season’s past a heartfelt thank you for joining us again. We had a terrific campaign, cashing almost 60% of our CBB plays from opening day in November through the championship game!

NFL NOTE:
We finished 20-8, 71% the LAST 6+ WEEKS OF THE NFL for Scottwins clients! And we’ll head into next season off another winning gridiron season, overall!

NBA finished on a 116-93 winning run after finishing the season with the winner in Monday’s Game 5 and completing the winning play on Golden State (-250) in the series. Thanks to those who jumped on board for the pro hardwood season!

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