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College football favorites won all 6 boarded games on Friday. The only favorites not to cover were the 2 biggest faves: Michigan St. -23.5 vs. Utah St. and Wisconsin -36.5 vs. Western Kentucky. Over/Unders went 3-3.
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Spreading of Wisconsin, the 34-3 victory over Western Kentucky wasn’t enough for one Las Vegas bettor who spread more than $100,000 around the books here wagering on the Badgers to cover, parlaying it with Ohio State.
ICYMI: The Woodward Stakes, Kentucky Downs and the Breeders’ Cup Future Wagers are the focus of this week’s Ron Flatter Racing Pod. Longtime turf writer turned publicist Jennie Rees helps preview this weekend’s top races at Saratoga and Kentucky Downs. Breeders’ Cup executive Peter Rotondo Jr. discusses the new future wager for the Classic, Distaff, Juvenile and Turf championships.
VSiN college football expert Matt Youmans explains why he thinks this year will be different for Jim Harbaugh, who will be in the spolight starting tonight in Michigan’s opener vs. Notre Dame.
Matt offer his play on the ND-Michigan game, plus six more of his plays for today’s slate of college football. games.
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