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Day: September 13, 2017

Week 2 NFL Picks

I decided to go big last week and we were close to a big return. We were the Jets not tackling their own player on an interception return and the Jags turning any one of their four field goal attempts into a TD away from a monster start. But that’s all in the past and those are all what ifs. Hand up, it’s on me, I will be better this week. Last Week: 2-3 Overall: 2-3 New England Patriots -7 at New Orleans Saints The Pats did not look good on Thursday Night, the defense was subpar and Tom...

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Week 3 College Football Gambling Picks

Were back after a 2 week hiatus in order to get a better feel for the teams, since I didn’t do any research or anything during the off-season. This year, were going bigger, betting 10 units a week. South Carolina -6.5 vs. Kentucky South Carolina has gone on the road*  and beat two Power 5 opponents in Missouri and North Carolina State, and beaten them pretty convincingly at that. Debo Samuel is a difference maker on offense and special teams, and Will Muschamp always has his defense in shape. On the other side, Kentucky has looked overwhelmingly meh in two Non-Power...

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Let Me B-Frank Podcast: September 13th

The show must go on! This week, for the first time ever, B-Frank leads a solo show as John and Pete were unable to join. Brian discusses the NFL, College Football, and the incredible runs by the Indians and Diamondbacks to start September. He does a Top 5 on best solo acts that broke away from a group and lists off a bevy of stats from the first week of NFL action. http://media.blubrry.com/let_me_b_frank/p/www.letmebfrankblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/Let-Me-B-Frank-9-13.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSShare this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click...

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Japan’s Shohei Otani coming to the MLB

The big MLB news of the night is “Japan’s Babe Ruth”, 23 year old Shohei Ohtani is heading to America to play in the MLB next season. Now in his 5th season with the Nippon Ham Fighters Otani put up a 2.60 ERA through 522 1/3 innings and hit 47 homers with a .286/.359/.505 slash line in 389 games. Not bad for a 23 year old. Otani profiles as a top of the line rotation staple despite his considerable hitting ability, much like 2017 Draftees Hunter Greene and Brendan McKay. There is little doubt Otani would profile as the #1 prospect in baseball...

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