GREGGY G'S FRIDAY NIGHT COLLEGE PIGSKIN
GREG GAMBLE'S 2008 CFB ATS RECORD: 1-0...aka 100%
Just like the most famous Hooter-girl (remember Kyla...kicked off Southwest for dressing to scantily & turned it into a Playboy gig), they have confidence to make things happen!
TEMPLE OWLS (-7) @ ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS
Before losing Sr. QB Adam DiMichele to a broken leg in ’07 the Owls were shocking the world (not that shocker Homeboys) with a three game win streak in October. With the heart & soul of their squad out, Temple proceeded to lose three of their final four games.
BTW...coincidence that the hottest hooters girl of my lifetime is named MICHELLE-click me!...I think not 'O Gamblin Gods!
Despite the poor finish, optimism has never been higher in Philadelphia as the fifth-year signal caller will be taking snaps again along with 21 other returning starters. And what better way to kick-off the potential miracle .500 season than against the Black Knights of Army. After another miserable season (3-9), 2nd-year coach Stan Brooks decided returning to their option-roots, last employed in 2000, might keep him around a little longer. Considering they only have four starters returning on the offensive side of ball, what better time to teach the triple-choice attack. While the option may prevent some of the blow-outs Army has partaken in throughout the 21st century, my guess is it’ll take some time for the correct personal to be in place. As for the defensive, they were near the bottom in almost every statistical category in the nation last year and only return five starters. Tonight, look for Temple to build on a few early tuddies & run away in the 2nd half.
Final Score: TEMPLE 31 ARMY 13
MINNESOTA TWINS (-165) @ OAKLAND A’s
Anytime your 27 year-old pitcher has only logged 38 career innings, you know the GM has been part of a fire sale. Southpaw Dan Meyer (0-2, 5.95) has looked the part of a career minor leaguer and been ever worse at home with an ERA close to 12. As for the Twinkies, they are desperate to regain their early August form and should look sharp with Kevin Slowey posting a career high in Ks against the A’s earlier this month in an easy victory...Twins by a couple