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NCAA: 13-17 NFL: 8-6 Parlays: 1-3 Teasers 10-7

To see Teasin’ T-Bone’s NCAA pick o’ tha day, TOUCH ME!

Did you see the hardcourt winna from Greggy G last night? It didn't involve Kirelinko, but it did involve bending over the competition!

Holy friggin’ Insideplays.com Batman!! For our loyal fans, you all know how much cabbage is flowin’ out from under your mattress if you have been riding the IP.com train all week. For those that haven’t, let me first recommend that you start, but secondly let me tell ya that we are 6-2 ATS and 3-0 Teasers!

A keg will do, but a bloody and the daily line is my thing. Think she likes a bloody?

The two losses were on the hardcourt, and you know that Teasin’ T-Bone rolls deep with the college hotties on Saturdays, so the only roundballs you’ll be seeing today will come in a package and be nicely placed on a coed. To read up on Greggy G’s mastery on Thursday if you CLICK RIGHT HERE ,for the rest just roll through our November archives on the right side of the page(you’ll notice that we believe in skin to win!!) And my insider connection tells me that Double G is all over is alma mater the IOWA STATE CYCLONES today at +27. With a Mizzou squad that had its mind set on a national title, and Chase having gone thru the hype of his last home game last week, I can't believe that the Tigers are actually pumped to travel to Ames to play a meaningless game. Go Clones!!

While looking forward is my belief, when you look back and reflect you will find things that make you smile!!!

To give you a feel for the diversity that Dr. Gamble and T-Bone can bring for you and your degenerative fancy, those wins were spread across the NFL, NCAA, and NBA in the form of ATS, Over/Under, and Teasers. Now that is what I like to call ‘studying the lines and finding the luv’. When you can combine scantily clad ladies with a plethora of winners, why not grab a bloody and dig in??? What else do you have to do?

With the college season winding down, I was very happy to see a make up non-conference game in the SEC between Troy and LSU.

While these two match up well, I don't see the same thing in the swamp today!

Troy @ LSU -16.5

Many are looking at LSU right now with disappointment because of their 3 losses, let me remind all of the nay-sayers that they have lost to the likes of Florida, Georgia, and Alabama in OT. Some teams might get demoralized by this, while a guy like Les Miles simply gets even. In 3 nonconference games this year the Tigers have completely dismantled their opponent, winning by a combined 115-26 tally. Lets just say that Les knows how to take advantage of the BCS computers when he gets a chance.

She is as balanced as the LSU offense, I don't see the Trojan defense anywhere, do you?

LSU is sitting at #20 in the BCS polls, so at this point the Tigers are shooting for a 3 or 4 seed coming out of the SEC, but the only way to grab a New Years Day bowl is to climb up a few notches. I know that sophomore QB Jarrett Lee fully understands the magnitude and tradition that lives in the swamp, and aside from his rough outing last week against the Tide, he has been improving week by week.

Looks like she borrowed a shirt from the Troy defense.

But the key to a guy like Lee is that he just has to be stable and dump in 10-12 completions today, cause the running game led by Charles Scott and Keiland Williams will control everything against the Trojans. I expect nearly 100 yards a piece from both of these guys today, and a little trickeration ala Miles will keep the Troy defense on their heels more than that hottie I threw up against the bathroom stall in college….LSU thumps Troy by 30.

Big Ten teasers are never a bad thing....


Minnesota teased to +20 @ Wisconsin
I expected this line to come off more around 8, and then the boyz of Vegas dropped a 14 on me! There were nothing but smiles when I saw that, but lets be real about this…we all know that the Gophers are doing what they do well which is get bowl eligible and fall apart. The Badgers on the other hand are fighting adversity, and I believe they are through it. But the difference maker today on this line is going to be Minnesota’s defense, they are 22nd in the nation at 19 points a game, which is light years better than the past rodents. And with Sconsin still trying to be consistent, if Minnesota gets a tuddy they cover this teaser!

I don't think she is much for teasin', but she's a Hawk

Purdue @ Iowa teased down to -12
***If Curtis Painter doesn’t start
I was originally looking the other way when I started my research on this game, but I quickly changed when I dug in. 3 reasons why the Hawks will roll. 1) Justin Siller for the Boilers is a 3rd string QB that has 50 rushes against 80 passes, that tells me the guy isn’t comfortable and is already tucking the ball before he gets set up….tough to hit those WR without a QB. And he will have less time than normal against the stingiest front 4 he has seen in his career. 2) Kory Sheets is a solid back, but like I mentioned before, his QB likes running as well, so that just gives the Hawks a reason to put 8 in the box and keep the heat on. And 3) with Siller at the helm, Purdue put up 6 against Minnesota and 7 against MSU, both of them play similar types of games that the Hawks do on both sides of the ball. And a fourth reason if you need one, Shon Greene has propelled this Hawkeye offense into averaging 33 points a game in its last 4 Big Ten games…this one is ugly early in who-ville.
Stick a fork in me fellas, cuz I'm done. Make sure that you check back tomorrow for Insideplays NFL winners!

Posted by Greg Gamble on November 15, 2008 6:12 AM |


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