Tom Stryker’s Free Football Play November 11th


#158 TEXAS TECH (-3′) over Kansas at 7 PM EST on Saturday
Off back-to-back SU and ATS losses to Baylor and TCU by the combined score of 79-41, Texas Tech will return home and rock this emotionally spent Kansas squad. The Jayhawks became bowl-eligible with their 37-16 home win and cover over the Cowboys last Saturday. Off that program-changing victory, KU will definitely struggle in Lubbock.

History will certainly be on the Red Raiders side. Texas Tech holds a stunning 21-2 SU record in this series including a profitable 14-1 SU and 9-6 ATS in the last 15 meetings. Equally impressive, at home checking in off a pointspread loss, head coach Joey McGuire and his troops own a profitable 66-32 SU and 53-34 ATS mark including a money-making 24-9 SU and 26-7 ATS in this situation provided they are tackling a foe that holds a team won/loss percentage of .501 or better. With those two parameters in play and TTRR facing a foe that busts in off exactly one straight up win, this technical situation cruises to a nearly perfect 10-1 SU and ATS.

This is a challenging wagering spot for Rock Chalk Jayhawk. When matched up against a conference foe that played on the road in their last game, Kansas has been at its financial worst notching a horrible 18-82 SU and 31-69 ATS tally including a pitiful 11-64 SU and 20-55 ATS provided its opponent holds a team won/loss percentage of .440 or better. Also, on foreign soil busting in off an ATS win, KU holds a disturbing 1-26 SU and 7-20 ATS mark including an ugly 0-23 SU and 5-18 ATS if it is tackling a conference foe.

After blowing a 17-13 advantage late in the third quarter on the road against the Horned Frogs, the Red Raiders will make sure they finish when the Jayhawks come to town. Take Texas Tech. Thanks and best of luck, Tom.


Stryker swept the board last night cashing tickets on the under in the Panthers vs Falcons matchup and Memphis and he’s back with one more power investment that will grab the cash. Two elite angles support this money-maker, and these situations hold solid marks of 20-4 ATS and 26-6 ATS. Grab Tom’s NCAA Friday Night Best Bet for $30.