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GOOD BEATS: 15 money-line picks for the College Football, NFL weekend (Nov. 8-11)


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Bengals RB Joe Mixon has modestly accounted for 85 total yards and/or one touchdown in three of his last four meetings with the Ravens.

BATSBY Sports offers its 15 most appealing picks for the upcoming football weekend.

For what it’s worth, BATSBY had been remarkably consistent for the first two months, touting SIX consecutive weeks of a 9-6 combined record.

Which brings us to this …

We came back to Earth somewhat two weeks ago, churning out a painfully mediocre 7-7-1 mark. However, this only prompted more focus for last weekend, producing a year-best 10-5 record.

SEPT. 13-16 …. 9-6 overall
SEPT. 20-23 …. 9-6 overall
SEPT. 27-30 .… 9-6 overall
OCT. 4-7 ……… 9-6 overall
OCT. 11-14 ….. 9-6 overall
OCT. 18-21 ….. 9-6 overall

OCT. 25-28 .. 7-7-1 overall
NOV. 1-4 …… 10-5 overall

YEAR TO DATE: 71-48-1

NOTE: This week’s college football and NFL odds are courtesy of


(Home team in CAPS)


OREGON STATE (+10) over Washington
SMU (-21) over East Carolina
BOSTON COLLEGE (-2.5) over Florida State
Vanderbilt (+26.5) over FLORIDA


CINCINNATI vs. Connecticut (54.5 total points) … UNDER
Missouri vs. GEORGIA (48 total points) … OVER
WISCONSIN vs. Iowa (38 total points) … OVER



TENNESSEE (+6) over Kansas City
Atlanta (+13) over NEW ORLEANS
INDIANAPOLIS (-10.5) over Miami
CINCINNATI (+10) over Baltimore


Buffalo vs. CLEVELAND (40 total points) … OVER
CHICAGO vs. Detroit (41.5 total points) … UNDER
Minnesota vs. DALLAS (48 total points) … UNDER
GREEN BAY vs. Carolina (47 total points) … UNDER

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