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The White Sox will send out Dylan Cease for his seventh start this season.The right-hander’s last start was on Saturday, when he tossed five innings while giving up one earned run on four hits in a matchup with the Red Sox. Cease has pitched in six games this season with a 2.38 ERA and 12.4 strikeouts per nine innings with a batting average against of .172.

Luis Gil is listed as probable starter for Yankees, he is a 23 year (not quiet a rookie but close) as this is his first start of the season and first time to pitch in more than a year.

The White Sox offense has not been great this year, and have scored only 95 total runs this season, making them MLB’s 27th-ranked scoring offense.

Betting Pick: I'm going to play White Sox here, as I don't trust the kid Luis Gil. Not in love with the -137 odds, so going to average down and play both on RL -1.5 +140 and ML -137.

My New York vs Chicago predictions:

NYY -137

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$365

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NYY -1.5 (+140)

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$500

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$700

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Joe Burrow and that talented young core Cincinnati has built is fantastic and has a strong foundation for years to come but right now I just feel like this Bengals offense is a bit too one dimensional. The Titans have a little too much talent and playoff experience for this young Bengals team to overcome this time around. Derrick Henry is expected to play, the Titans have the better offensive line and the better defense. Cincinnati will have their day but it won't be today.

Final score: Titans 26, Bengals 17

My Cincinnati vs Tennessee predictions:

CIN -3.5 (-110)

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$100

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$91

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There’s a No. 1 seed possibly at stake for Kansas City. Andy Reid and Mahomes won’t be messing around.

My Kansas City vs Denver predictions:

KC -10.5 (-110)

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$250

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$227

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Kentucky ranks 11th in the nation in scoring (83.9 PPG) and accomplishes that with various talents all over the floor. Kentucky's big man, Oscar Tshiebwe has been giving teams trouble but I think LSU's size and athleticism that should matchup well. LSU allows just 42.3% on two-point field goal attempts, good for 19th in the nation. Mix in the fact that this game will be just Kentucky's second road game of the season. The other? The Wildcats' ugly loss to Notre Dame last month when they could only muster 62 points. I like Tigers at home here.

My Kentucky vs LSU predictions:

KENTY -2 (-110)

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$250

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$227

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Florida will be without NFL prospect Zachary Carter, and presumably, the team’s leading tackler Mohamoud Diabate and leading receiver Jacob Copeland, who entered the transfer portal. Even at its peak, this roster left a lot to be desired, but it still has more overall talent heading into the game than UCF on paper, but just barely.

All that said, I think the Gators will eke out a win on Thursday, but it won’t be pretty and there will be plenty of white-knuckle moments. I don’t see a ton of offensive output either, especially given that Emory Jones cannot be trusted to put the ball in the air, so expect to see a lot of the ground game.

Give me UCF +7 and the UNDER 55.5

Score prediction: Florida 24, UCF 21

My Central Florida vs Florida predictions:

UCF +7 (-110)

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$250

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$227

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UCF 55.5 (-110)

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$100

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$91

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UNLV has snapped a 14-game losing streak with a two-game winning streak, but the Rebels will find things much more difficult this week than they did against New Mexico and Hawai'i, who are both bad teams. The Aztecs defense is more than capable of stifling UNLV running back Charles Williams, and it's likely to get ugly when this already turnover-prone offense (multiple giveaways in five of its last six games) starts trying to force the issue.

The concern for San Diego State bettors is that their last four wins has come by seven points or fewer, and I suppose things could get weird in this late Friday night road game. But it wouldn't be a surprise if this ends up resembling UNLV's most recent Friday game, in which the Rebels threw two pick-sixes and never had a prayer against Nevada. San Diego State is a good football team, UNLV not so much.

Prediction: San Diego State 34, UNLV 13

My San Diego St. vs UNLV predictions:

SD.ST -11 (-110)

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$250

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$227

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Syracuse was 7-0 ATS prior to dropping a dud last week against Louisville. NC State's also defense had a rare off night last week in a 45-42 road loss to a potent Wake Forest offense, but it should return to form this week against a more one-dimensional Syracuse team. The Orange run well between Sean Tucker and Garrett Shrader, but their passing threat is almost nonexistent, and the Wolfpack have allowed an average of 100.9 rushing yards and 0.5 rushing touchdowns per game.

Syracuse might run for a couple of scores, but it won't be enough to make up for a defense that has allowed at least 33 points in four of its last six games. NC State's offense will be too much to handle, let's not over think this one, love the Wolfpack on Saturday.

Prediction: NC State 38, Syracuse 17

My Syracuse vs NC State predictions:

SYR -11.5 (-110)

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$500

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For the third time already this season, Notre Dame won a game in which it allowed more yards than it gained. Also, the Wisconsin Notre Game game was much closer than that score suggested - there as a 96-yard kickoff return and the 146 yards worth of interception returns as yards gained, in which case Notre Dame's total yardage for the 41-13 win over Wisconsin doubles from 242 to 484.

But if the Irish couldn't run the ball (three yards on 32 carries) or keep quarterback Jack Coan from getting injured against Wisconsin, why should we believe their offensive line will fare any better against a Cincinnati defense that has held 13 of its past 14 opponents below 380 yards of total offense? Plus it's reported Jack Coen isn't 100% for this game.

As far as we know at this early stage in the week, Coan should be available for this game. He limped off after a sack midway through the third quarter and didn't return, but it didn't look or sound too serious. But they desperately need to do a better job of protecting him if they want to win this one, as the Irish have already allowed 20 sacks this season.

In fairness, Cincinnati's defense only has four sacks and 19 total tackles for loss through three games. However, I have to believe defensive coordinator Mike Tressel is going to smell blood in the water and dial up the blitz packages in this game. This game is about Cinci's high powered offense against Notre Dame's stifling defense. I love the UNDER 50, I think it's a low scoring game but Cincinnati's offense gets the best of ND today...slight lean on Cincinnati -1.

Prediction: Cincinnati 24, Notre Dame 21

Last year's Alabama-Ole Miss game was arguably the most entertaining of the entire season and we could get Part 2 this weekend. Considering the two current favorites to win the Heisman Troph are Alabama's Bryce Young and Mississippi's Matt Corral, why should we expect this game to be any different from what has become their norm?

Ole Miss is leading the nation in scoring at 52.7 points per game. The Rebels are also averaging 638.3 total yards per game—79 more than the closest runner-up. Granted, they've faced Louisville, Austin Peay and Tulane. But it's no surprise at all that they've been moving the ball so effortlessly, given their potency on offense last year and Lane Kiffin's pedigree as an offensive guru.

Young and Corral will both put up huge numbers to remain the Heisman favorites and I think we see a slew of points in this game. Slight lean on Ole Miss and the points as I think the Rebels offense will do enough to stay within earshot.

Final Score: Alabama 45- Ole Miss 35

My Mississippi vs Alabama predictions:

O-MISS +15 (-110)

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$250

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$227

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Arkansas' ability to win with defense was perhaps the most surprising development of September. The Hogs were frequently helpless on D last season, particularly late in the year when three of their final four opponents scored at least 50 points. But this year, Arkansas shut down Texas and Texas A&M, and they've only allowed one passing touchdown to date.

The Razorbacks have darn near rushed for as many yards (1,049) as the total number of combined passing and rushing yards its defense has allowed (1,069).

However, there's no question that Georgia has the best defense in the country and I think most NFL teams would have trouble moving the ball against the Bulldogs. Georgia's D has held opponents to 185.3 total yards per game which is incredible. This Bulldogs D has has forced nine turnovers while allowing only one touchdown.

Arkansas is looking like a very good team, and this game should be way closer than we would have expected it to be a month ago. Georgia might be the best, most complete team in the country but 18 points feels like a pile of points from what we've seen out of this fiery Arkansas team.

Prediction: Georgia 30, Arkansas 17

My Arkansas vs Georgia predictions:

ARK +16.25 (-110)

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$250

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$227

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The Celtics have shown very little to convince me that they can hang in this series. Their lack of offense is a major concern going up against a Nets team with three of the best offensive players on the planet. The Nets easily won the first 2 games and didn't even play their best ball. The Celtics might still a game somewhere, but I'm not betting on it.

My Brooklyn vs Boston predictions:

BKN -7.5 (-110)

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$500

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Kansas State can’t throw. It has to run to win, but the Texas defensive front has improved over the last month and should be able to hold this game in check and go Under the number. Also the ShortHorns have 3-4 NFL prospects sitting out this game awaiting the draft.

My Texas vs Kansas St. predictions:

TEXAS 51 (-110)

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$250

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$227

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