TOM STRYKER’S FREE FOOTBALL SYSTEM SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5TH
TOM STRYKER’S SYSTEM of the WEEK
MOTIVATED GAME 9 COLLEGE MONEY-MAKER
We’ve reached the stretch run of the college football season and there are some teams out there that need to make a serious move. The goal of every program is to qualify for a postseason bowl game. Those extra practices at the end of the year really help with the development for the next football season.
With that thought in mind, I turned to my database to see what I could find. It takes six wins to be considered for a bowl game and I immediately took a look at those squads that were at the .500-mark through nine games. At 4-4 SU and with four games remaining, it was my belief that a victory in this spot was extremely important. Thankfully, my thought process was right on the money and my college football database didn’t let me down. Take a look at this awesome fast-developing discovery:
Since 1993, PLAY ON any game nine host that holds a 4-4 SU record provided their opponent arrives off a straight up loss and carries a pointspread won/loss percentage of .501 or better.
29-Year ATS Record = 38-10 ATS for 79.1 percent
This Week’s Plays = PITTSBURGH, MISSOURI, FRESNO STATE and SAN DIEGO STATE
There is one additional tightener that can be added to this technical situation that really makes it pop. If our “play on” side holds a conference won/loss percentage of .400 or better, this fast-developing system explodes to a highly profitable 22-3 ATS for 88.0 percent. The Tigers, Bulldogs, and Aztecs are the only three teams that fit this special parameter.
Good luck with Missouri, Fresno State, and San Diego State on Saturday.
LEE’S $1,000 HRC NCAA CONFERENCE GAME OF THE YEAR
Lee’s TSPC Top Plays are on a magnificent 11-2-1 ATS run for 84.6 percent and, if you missed last Saturday’s blowout winner on Tennessee (-11′) over Kentucky WON EASILY 44-6, then don’t miss this High Roller Club wager. Three solid angles that hold lucrative marks of 23-8 ATS, 10-1 ATS, and 10-0 ATS all apply. Grab Lee’s $1,000 HRC NCAA Conference Game of the Year for $30.