S.O.S. Package Goes 10-2

S.O.S. Package Goes 10-2 In Big Games 1st Week!
This Weekend It’s 200-Unit College Conference
Championships, Two 50-Unit NFL Knockouts

I am pleased to report I launched my annual S.O.S. football and basketball package last week in white hot fashion, taking down almost all of the money in a week that saw me go 10-2 in my famous big game plays. The positions I took in some of the S.O.S games raised a few eyebrows, especially taking a big-game stand on Nevada, a 14 ½-point underdog, to get the cash against nationally ranked and 10-0 Boise State.

And I basically stood alone in another big game win with underdog Auburn (+4) in its come-from-behind 28-27 win at Alabama. Yes, I was a bit concerned when I was down 24-0 but, as I repeatedly say, it is not over ‘til it’s over and the Fat Lady must sing. Ditto for the Nevada win—a game in which the Wolf Pack had to come back from being 17 points down.

The S.O.S package is the bargain of the year in the world of sports betting. You can get it all for just $249 here online and it includes...

--This week’s college championship games (five 50-unit plays), the remaining regular season games and all bowl games through the BCS title game Monday night, January 10. And, of course it includes all big-game plays in that time frame.

--The rest of the NFL regular season, all the NFL playoffs, and the Super Bowl February 6 from Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas. And, of course, all big-game plays.

--All Best Bets Club college basketball and NBA games, including each week’s 25-unit or 50-unit NBA game of the week plays, right through the end of the season.

And, think about it—just $249, charged to your major credit card.

Oregon 3-5 Top Win BCS Title

The BCS airheads do not hide their contempt for those who handicap and bet college football—scum we are…folks trying to contaminate the game by using it as a vehicle to make money. I do understand their point of view. They want it all for themselves.

However, these tweed bags had to be in their glory last week when someone told them their troubles might be over, that the betting lines in Las Vegas had Alabama a 4-point favorite over the team they wanted in the worst way to lose—those Auburn Tigers who might be a pay-for-play kind of team, as in SMU all over again.

If the bettors were right, their troubles were over. The last thing the BCS wants is for Auburn to get to the championship game, win it and then get undressed by the NCAA and have to forfeit all their games because it was found the allegations that superstar quarterback Cam Newton’s old man did indeed get $180,000 to steer his son to Auburn were true.

They will have all the voodoo dolls and witch doctors in action this Saturday as Auburn (12-0) meets South Carolina (9-3) in the SEC championship game from the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. Auburn, which, as noted, came from 24 points down at Alabama to win, 28-27, is a 5-point favorite in this one.

Their troubles did not get any help this week when the latest BCS rankings moved Auburn to the top of the standings, replacing Oregon. If the Tigers win in Atlanta, they will play in the championship game against either Oregon or TCU, the second and third-ranked teams in the championship poll.

Oregon hosts Oregon State this weekend in that snake-pit known as Autzen Stadium as is a 15-point favorite to close out the season 12-0
If both Auburn and Oregon win, as expected, they will play for the title. If one wins and one loses, the winner will face TCU. If both would get beat, TCU would get the first call and all hell would break lose in trying to pick the Horned Frogs opponents. It is of note that Oregon is the 3-5 favorite in Las Vegas to win it all.

Here are the odds to win the BCS college football championship, as posted at the Green Valley Ranch Sports Book. The two teams that will play for the title will be decided after the conference championship games and the final regular season games this coming weekend. These are the only teams listed because it is a forgone conclusion the two teams who will meet for the title will come from this group.

Team Odds
Oregon 3-5
Auburn 2-1
TCU 3-1
Nebraska 30-1
Wisconsin 40-1
Ohio State 50-1

A 300-Unit S.O.S. Weekend

It is going to be another giant winning weekend for S.O.S. clients, beginning on Friday night when the big-game winning kicks off with a 50-unit play on the Mid-American Conference championship game between Northern Illinois (10-2) and Miami-Ohio (8-4). NI is a 15-point favorite and the game will be televised nationally on ESPN2 from Ford Field in Detroit.

On Saturday, it will be my 200-unit College Conference Championship Grand Slam. There will be four 50-unit plays on these games:

SEC Championship: Auburn (12-0) vs. South Carolina (9-3)
Conference-USA Championship: SMU (7-5) vs. Central Florida (9-3)
ACC Championship Game: Virginia Tech (10-2) vs. Florida State (9-3)
Big 12 Championship Game: Nebraska (10-2) vs. Oklahoma 10-2)

On Sunday, it will be another 50-unit NFL Game Of The Week, a 25-unit side/total parlay on the Sunday night Baltimore Ravens-Pittsburgh Steelers game.

On Monday, it is my 50-unit AFC Rivalry Game of the Year—the New York Jets at the New England Patriots.

As always I let me record speak for its self and here are all the big-big game plays I released during the first week of S.O.S.

S.O.S. Package Last Week

Sunday, Nov. 28: 75 Units NFL 2-Team Parlay Of The Year
25 Units: Vikings (-1 ½) 17, Redskins 13 (W)
25 Units: Texans (-5) 20, Titans (W)
25 Units: Parlay of Vikings & Texans (W)

Saturday, Nov. 27 3-Team Rivalry Parlay
20 Units: Florida State (-2) 31, Florida 7 (W)
20 Units: Oklahoma State (-2 ½) 41, Oklahoma 47 (L)
20 Units: Notre Dame (+4 ½) 20, USC 16 (W)
15 Units: Parlay (L)

Friday, Nov. 26: 75-Unit Turkey Shoot Triple
25 Units: Auburn (+4) 28, Alabama 27 (W)
25 Units: Arizona (+21 ½) 29, Oregon 48 (W)
25 Units: Nevada (+14 ½) 34, Boise State 31 (W)
50 Units NBA Game Of Week: Bobcats (-4) 99, Rockets 89 (W)

Thursday, Nov. 25: 50 Units 24th Annual Texas Game Of Year
Texas A&M (-3) 24, Texas 17 (W)


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