Caz’s Pigskin Picks-Week #5 (9-20) & (9-21)

first_imgOPPONENTS’ RECORDS: Franklin County 5-11, Lawrenceburg 3-9. Franklin County (2-2) vs. Lawrenceburg (3-1) LAST OUTING: East Central defeated Franklin County, 35-28. Batesville defeated Rushville, 21-0. COACHES: Justin Roden, 1-3 in 1st year at East Central. Eric Heppner, 124-77 in 18th year at Batesville. Connersville (1-3) at Rushville (3-1) Caz’s Pick:   Tecumseh COACHES: Chris Nobbe, 0-4 in 1st year at South Dearborn. Scott Moore, 30-24 in 6th year at Greensburg. OPPONENTS’ RECORDS: East Central 5-3, Batesville 4-12. SERIES LAST 15 YEARS: Lawrenceburg, 8-7. GAME TIME: 7 PM at Charger Field. South Dearborn (0-4) at Greensburg (2-2) SERIES LAST 15 YEARS: South Decatur, 3-2. VS. COMMON FOES: East Central 0-1, Batesville 1-0. Caz’s Pick:   Greensburg   LAST OUTING: South Decatur defeated Edinburgh, 38-14. Tecumseh defeated Union (Dugger), 58-8. OPPONENTS’ RECORDS: South Decatur 9-7, Tecumseh 3-9. COACHES: Shane Wellman, 8-8 in 2nd year at Franklin County. Ryan Knigga, 19-9 in 3rd year at Lawrenceburg. SAGARIN RATINGS: Tecumseh, 32.13, 250th overall, 30th in Class 1A. South Decatur, 31.12, 257th overall, 35th in Class 1A. LAST MEETING: Greensburg, 34-0, Sep. 14, 2012. PREDICTION: Tecumseh, 32-31. OPPONENTS’ RECORDS: South Dearborn 10-6, Greensburg 7-9. SERIES LAST 15 YEARS: East Central, 12-3. GAME TIME: 7 PM at Hinshaw Field. LAST MEETING: Connersville, 34-27, Aug. 17, 2012. SAGARIN RATINGS: Rushville, 49.89, 164th overall, 35th in Class 3A. Connersville, 48.35, 174th overall, 42nd in Class 4A. SAGARIN RATINGS: Milan, 51.84, 157th overall, 22nd in Class 2A. North Decatur, 33.44, 243rd overall, 27th in Class 1A. VS. COMMON FOES: Connersville 0-1, Rushville 1-0. OPPONENTS’ RECORDS: Connersville 7-9, Rushville 7-9. SAGARIN RATINGS: Greensburg, 60.14, 111th overall, 22nd in Class 3A. South Dearborn, 29.24, 261st overall, 61st in Class 4A. LAST MEETING: Greensburg, 34-0, Sep. 14, 2012. SERIES LAST 15 YEARS: Milan, 15-4. Caz’s Pick:   Connersville   LAST MEETING: Lawrenceburg, 31-30, Sep. 14, 2012. VS. COMMON FOES: South Dearborn 0-2, Greensburg 1-1. GAME TIME: 2 PM at Lucas Oil Stadium. LAST MEETING: Tecumseh, 30-19, Sep. 15, 2012. SERIES LAST 15 YEARS: Greensburg, 9-6. OPPONENTS’ RECORDS: Milan 14-2, North Decatur 9-7. COACHES: Ed Wagner, 1-3 in 1st year at Milan. Garry Sauley, 71-63 in 14th year at North Decatur. GAME TIME: 3 PM at Braves Field. Caz’s Pick:   Milan   Saturday’s Games Caz’ s Pigskin Picks for Week #5 (9-20) and (9-21). LAST OUTING: Franklin County lost to East Central, 35-28. Lawrenceburg defeated Greensburg, 21-20. SAGARIN RATINGS: East Central, 65.91, 81st overall, 18th in Class 4A. Batesville, 58.71, 122nd overall, 26th in Class 3A. SAGARIN RATINGS: Lawrenceburg, 61.07, 104th overall, 16th in Class 3A. Franklin County, 51.46, 158th overall, 34th in Class 4A. PREDICTION: Lawrenceburg, 38-24. GAME TIME: 7 PM at The Dog Pound.  Radio & Web Caz’s Pick:   Lawrenceburg   LAST OUTING: South Dearborn lost to Connersville, 48-14. Greensburg lost to Lawrenceburg, 21-20. LAST OUTING: Milan lost to Eastern Hancock, 52-27. North Decatur lost to Knightstown, 33-14. SERIES LAST 15 YEARS: Rushville, 12-3. Milan (1-3) at North Decatur (2-2) GAME TIME: 7 PM at Shriver Field. COACHES: Rod Martin, 18-26 in 5th year at South Decatur. Jeff Daming, 11-14 in 3rd year at Tecumseh. COACHES: Adam Kelly, 8-7 in 2nd year at Connersville. Rocky Alspaugh, 61-71 in 14th year at Rushville, 81-91 in 18th year overall. LAST MEETING: North Decatur, 17-7, Sep. 14, 2012. Caz’s Pick:   East Central East Central (1-3) at Batesville (4-0) LAST OUTING: Connersville defeated South Dearborn, 48-14. Rushville lost to Batesville, 21-0. South Decatur (2-2) at Tecumseh (3-1) LAST MEETING: East Central, 42-7, Sep. 14, 2012.last_img read more

Today’s MLB Picks: Betting odds, Vegas totals, expert gambling advice for Monday, June 10

first_imgWatch ChangeUp, a new MLB live whip-around show on DAZNBefore we get into Monday’s picks, remember that plenty of strategy goes into putting together a winning ticket, and the best place to start is the BetQL Mobile App. Our Trending Picks and Public Betting tools are a massive advantage when you’re making bets, regardless of bankroll size. For more gambling and MLB DFS advice, follow me on Twitter (@DFSBenj).MORE ROTOQL: DFS Lineup BuilderMLB Picks: Odds, betting trends for Monday, June 10** All lines are subject to change. The best way to stay up to date on the current lines is to become a BetQL subscriber.Texas Rangers at Boston Red SoxStarting Pitchers: Mike Minor vs. Chris SaleMoney Line: TEX +205, BOS -255Run Line: TEX +1.5 (+100), BOS (-120)Total: O/U 7.5 RunsThe BetQL models have looked to fade top pitchers frequently throughout this season with some pretty solid results. Tonight, we see the most money line value on fading the Red Sox and their ace Chris Sale as -255 favorites to the Rangers. This has been a disappointing season for the Red Sox, and the -255 line is overvalued based on how they have played over the past month. This is the type of line that we usually don’t see until August/September and typically not against a team that is as solid as the Rangers are.This game has by far the highest differential in how profitable both teams have been this season, with the Rangers going +12.1 units and the Red Sox going -12.1 units on the season based on a one-unit-per-game money line bet. The Red Sox enter this game after being swept by the Rays over the weekend, so paying this type of price on them is simply not a profitable method of attack over the long haul.BetQL Pick: Texas Rangers Money Line (+205)MORE MONDAY MLB: DFS picks | SP rankingsOakland A’s at Tampa Bay RaysStarting Pitchers: Tanner Anderson vs. Charlie MortonMoney Line: OAK +180, TAM -220Run Line: OAK +1.5 (-110), TAM -1.5 (-110)Total: O/U 8.5 Runs The =Rays just won’t go away, and it looks like they will take the Yankees down to the wire for the AL East crown. Tampa is coming off a three-game series sweep of the Red Sox and will now welcome the A’s to town as -220 money line favorites. While you can look to take the Rays straight up here, there is much more value in taking them against the run line at -110.Tampa will enjoy a significant edge in starting pitcher, throwing Charlie Morton against Tanner Anderson. While Oakland has been on an absolute tear on the road lately, going 11-1 straight up over its past 12 road games, it’s hard to trust the A’s to beat a far superior team with the much better starting pitcher.BetQL Pick: Tampa Bay Rays Run Line (-110)Check out BetQL Mobile App’s Trending Picks and Public Betting tool before making all your bets, and follow me on Twitter (@DFSBenj) for even more NFL, NBA, MLB and PGA daily fantasy and sports betting content. We have nice slate of MLB action on Monday night. There are a few nice underdogs we can look to target on the money line, as well as a few favorites that are really standing out against the run line. This slate is headlined by a few cross-town rivalries as the Mets will head over to the Bronx to take on the Yankees, and the Dodgers travel across town to face the Angels in Anaheim.With not a single divisional game on the slate, we could be in a wacky night a baseball with a bunch of teams who are unfamiliar with each other facing off, so don’t be afraid to take a stand with your bets if you feel confident.  last_img read more