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1* Free NCAAF Pick on Air Force Falcons +7½ -110
Love the value here with Air Force getting a touchdown and the hook at Boise State, as these two MWC rivals go to battle Friday night under the lights. Broncos are currently ranked No. 20 and because this is one of just 3 games on the board for Friday, books have definitely shaded the number on Boise St, knowing the public will be looking to back them.
I think a lot of people were surprised with Air Force going on the road and upsetting Colorado last week, as the Buffaloes had just upset Nebraska the week before in a game where the public was all over the Cornhuskers. I don't think that was simply Colorado being flat off a big win.
With 14 returning starters and a lot of key guys coming back, people were calling for this to be the best Air Force team in years. I guarantee you they aren't going to Boise to try and keep it close. They expect to win this game.
I like the talent on the Broncos, but I think they are a bit overvalued from that upset win on the road against Florida State in Week 1. While it does look like the Seminoles are improved over last year, they are not close to what they were under Jimbo Fisher.
Also a lot of hype around true freshman quarterback Hank Bachmeier. While he's thrown for a lot of yards, he's been sacked 10 times and has thrown 3 picks (1 in each game).
Boise State is also just 11-21 under Bryan Harsin as a home favorite. Falcons are 26-13 ATS last 39 road games in the first month of the season and 35-19 ATS last 54 road games if their previous game was a non-conference matchup. Take Air Force!
Free Play from Doc’s Sports. Take #374 Kansas Jayhawks over West Virginia Mountaineers (4:30p.m., Saturday, September 21 ESPN+) The wrong team is favored in this game and the Les Miles magic will continue for another week. The Jayhawks are coming off their first road win against a Power 5 team in forever and expect them to follow that up with another winnable home game against the Mountaineers. West Virginia is 0-4 ATS (1 push) in their last 5 road games. The Underdog is 5-1 ATS in their last 6 meetings. Do not miss out on Doc’s Sports Weekend Football Card highlighted by top play on Saturday.
The set-up: Drew Brees is out for the Saints. Teddy Bridgewater is in. The Seahawks are 2-0 after an upset road victory at Pittsburgh last weekend and with a date vs. the co-division leading Rams in Week 4, I believe the home side lays everything on the line this week in order to secure the 3-0 start. The Saints are reeling now, but the offense looked terrible last week before Brees went down anyways. I don’t foresee anything changing in a week and with the major change at the QB position.
The pick: Seattle has been getting consistent play on both sides of the ball and Russell Wilson and company are now licking their chops to get a shot at this suspect New Orleans’ secondary. Note that the Saints are just 1-3 ATS in their last four anyways after a loss by ten or more points, while Seattle is 6-1 ATS in its last seven after a victory by six points or less. Consider the home side in this one.