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Free Play from Doc’s Sports. Take #170 San Jose State Spartans over UNLV Rebels (6:30p.m., Saturday, October 27 ATTSN) The Spartans are winless on the season, but they are facing another hopeless team in UNLV at home on Saturday. The Rebels have lost four straight games and only Utah State is a decent team that beat them. San Jose State put forth a solid effort last week against San Diego State losing by just three points on the road. Expect them to carry that over into this Saturday with another strong defensive performance against another team with very little offense. UNLV is without their starting quarterback in Armani Rogers and they have become easy to defend. The Rebels are 5-16 ATS in their last 21 road games against teams with a losing home record. SJSU has covered 5 of the last 6 games against UNLV. Do not miss out on Doc’s Sports Weekend football card! 9 of 11 winning weeks and back to back conference Game of the Year B-L-O-W-O-U-T winners. Jump on board our remainder of the season package now and let 47 years of handicapping experience work for you.
This is a Free #NCAAF play on the Washington Huskies.
The Huskies ran for 201 yards on 40 carries without star running back Myles Gaskins in a 27-13 home win over Colorado last week. They will play on the road this week, but against an inferior Cal team. The Bears have lost three of their four games against PAC12 teams, including double digit home losses to Oregon and UCLA. The Huskies should get Gaskin back this weekend, and that's not good news for the Bears. He scored two TDs in a 38-7 rout over California last year. Washington has won four straight at Berkley, and their last two wins at Cal were by a combined 63 points. The Bears have failed to cover the spread in all four of their home games this season. I like Washington to win big and run up the score here in this game.
This is a 1* Free Play on the Indianapolis Colts.
We think that rest will lead to rust for the underwhelming Raiders. The Colts come in off a 37-5 beatdown of the Bills and we think they’ll carry that confidence/momentum over here as well. Indianapolis’ QB Andrew Luck has 1,948 passing yards and a sharp 20:8 TD:INT. Overall Indy is averaging 27 PPG. The Raiders are off back-to-back losses. QB Derek Carr has 1,783 passing yards, but a weak 7:8 TD:INT. Overall Oakland is averaging only 18.3 PPG. Additionally note that the Colts are 11-2 ATS in their last 13 road games against a team with a losing home record, while Oakland is only 1-3-1 ATS in its last five at home. Consider the COLTS on Sunday afternoon.