Shawnee, KS (PRWEB) August 31, 2005
With the college football season kicking off Thursday night ScottsPicks.com -- a leading professional sports handicapping service -- released their first picks of the new year.
Their first week of college football picks including 9 free picks and 8 members only POWER PLAYS. All available at http://www.ScottsPicks.com
A sample of the plays now posted at ScottsPicks.com are listed below:
Eastern Michigan +9
Cincinnati suffering significant attrition as 16 starters will NOT be back for this season and will start a freshman QB. Eastern Michigan will put up enough points to stay close enough in this one to take the points.
Things likely to improve at Notre Dame, but perhaps not this quickly. Pitt still looking to prove someting have plenty of talent back and more than enough motivation to beat ND at home to start the season. Lay the points.
Much more at http://www.ScottsPicks.com each and every week throughout the season.
ScottsPicks.com launched its website in the fall of 1998 and have been providing winning sports selections ever since. Dedicated to long term success through tried and true methods of sports analysis and handicapping the ScottsPicks.com staff is dedicated to learning from both wins and losses to ensure continued success in the future.
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From recent and historical trends, to offense versus defensive statistical analysis, position by position match up breakdowns, as well as injury advantages and disadvantages, to name just a few -- ScottsPicks.com covers all the angles.
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