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Wednesday, August 30, 2006 

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OAKLAND (ZITO -135) Boston

with favorites with a batting average of .265 or worse on the year after
allowing four runs or less in three straight games 312-154 +91.2.
is 8-2 their last 10.

Oakland is on a on a 23-6 run. Boston is 3-13 off a loss. Oakland has won nine straight against teams that scored two
runs or less in their previous game.
Boston has lost four straight with Schilling -7.3 units.

Oakland has won 5-of-6 with Zito.  His ERA is 1.65 in his last two games.

Thursday Night Preview

College Action Opens Thursday Night

Joe Duffy (JoeDuffy.net)

It’s an exciting time of the year as the college gridiron
season kicks off Thursday night.  Let’s
take a look at some of the marquee action.

Boston College-Central Michigan

This game actually starts off the college season with an
early kickoff on ESPN2 . Though it may seem like a
mismatch on paper, Cy McCormick, head of the online
betting syndicate at OffshoreInsiders.com
believes home field will be a major factor for Central Michigan.
“Never underestimate the importance of fan enthusiasm” he said, when asked how
much of an emotional lift the Chippewas will have in hosting their first ever
nationally televised game.

Boston College
will have five true freshmen on their two-deep roster making their debut under
the bright lights of both the stadium and the TV.

CMU will also have the element of surprise as they are
expected to rotate three quarterbacks in this game, though Dan LeFevour will get the start.   


It is yet another case in which a MAC team is getting a
ton of points at home. But a quick check of the databases at BetOnSports360.com, reminds us that the
Golden Flashes were much more competitive last year than their 1-10 record

Three of their losses were by four or fewer points and
another by just a touchdown. Minnesota
lost a pair of 1,000 yard rushers from last year. 

Though Stevie Vincent another one of the OffshoreInsiders.com experts
believes Minnesota will stick to
the run as the year goes on, they will open it up early. Those who bet quarter
totals may want to note that Vincent believes that “Their QB Bryan Cupito is a super talented player who has disappointed at
times.  With less of a running game to go
to and playing an overmatched foe, Thursday is a great opportunity for a
breakout game.

Check out key information on these and all games as game
time approaches at SportsLine360.com

Friday News and Notes

Friday, September 1, 2006


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Fresno Bee

Tom Brandstater will be the
starting quarterback for Fresno State’s season
opener Friday. Backup Shaun A backup to four-year starter Paul Pinegar last season, Brandstater
played in eight games, all during the end of blowout victories. He completed 6
of 13 passes for 48yards, one touchdown and one interception. Norton, last year’s
fourth-string and scout-team quarterback, has yet to suit up for a game in his
two years. Despite a change in offensive coordinators this offseason, Fresno
State’s playbook has remained the same under new assistant Steve Hagen. In Brandstater, Fresno
enters the Nevada
game with a strong-armed quarterback who can attack downfield and take
advantage of one-on-one matchups.

Receivers have raved about Brandstater’s
deep-ball accuracy since last season. But it’ll be his pre-snap ability to line
the Bulldogs in the correct formation and set up the running game that likely
will keep him on the field. With running back Dwayne Wright appearing to be
healthy after a knee injury suffered two years ago, Fresno
is expected to rely heavily
on the run. The Bulldogs also might throw more screen passes to take advantage
of their experience and agility on the offensive line, where four of five
starters return from last year. Such plays could make it easier on Brandstater to distribute the ball to playmakers Wright and
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Scripps Howard

Tom Brandstater, the guy who is
supposedly the leading candidate for that job, completed 13 of his 34 passes in
the past two scrimmages.



Philadelphia Daily News

Also participating in parts of practice yesterday were
defensive end Jerome McDougle and defensive tackle
Darwin Walker, who have been sidelined the past few weeks with rib injuries.
Andy Reid said McDougle and Walker might play Friday
against the Jets; that might be especially useful for McDougle,
who was trying to carve out a niche for himself after missing last season to
complications from a gunshot wound. Reid said that wide receiver Todd Pinkston
felt good in the wake of his first preseason action on Friday,
he reported no swelling in his bothersome Achilles’ tendons. He
said there is a chance Pinkston will get some work in this Friday’s preseason
finale at the Jets, a game starters usually sit out. Bet the NFL now at -107 juice! Check out the latest odds at CanBet. 


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Curtis Martin will not play and will begin the year on PUP


Jets QB Chad Pennington will not play in Friday’s
preseason game against the Eagles. Patrick Ramsey, Brooks Bollinger and Kellen Clemens will split time in that game and continue to
compete not only for depth chart placement but a spot on the roster.  Bet the NFL now at -107 juice!
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Tribune Star

The Colts don’t have much time to prepare for the game but
that doesn’t appear to be a major concern. According to Indianapolis coach Tony
Dungy, few of the team’s offensive or defensive starters will see much, if any,
meaningful playing time. Despite another sluggish performance by the Colts’
running game in Saturday’s win over New Orleans,
Dungy remains confident in the abilities of the team’s running backs. Dominic
Rhodes and Joseph Addai combined for 34 yards in 16
carries against the Saints. Bet this game now through BetUs. Check out the
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Indy Star

If this preseason’s trend holds
true, Manning and the first team will play one series. The Colts have scored
touchdowns on opening drives in each of the three games. While the Colts
snapped an eight-game preseason losing streak with a 27-14 victory over New
on Saturday, one area of concern is kickoff
coverage. The Saints averaged 32.2 yards on six returns.



The San Francisco defense has been overmatched in its past two exhibition games
when up against the first teams of the Raiders and Cowboys.

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San Diego-Arizona UNDER 9

This is a perfect pitcher’s splits contest. While Chris
Young has a middling 4.85 home ERA, he’s now pitching on the road, where his
ERA is a stunning 2.63 with a 1.11 WHIP in 11 starts. Meanwhile, Enrique
Gonzalez has a road ERA of 7.65, but alas he is pitching at home where his
splits are infinitely superior.  His home
numbers are a 3.15 ERA and a sparkling 1.05 WHIP.

Thursday Advanced News and Notes


Thursday, August 31, 2006


Boston College-Central Michigan

Morning Sun

On Monday, CMU head football coach Brian Kelly said Brian
Brunner will start Thursday’s contest against Boston
, but he also said Dan LeFevour and Duane
would also both play in the
contest. Kelly said there is no set time table on when he will make the switch
to LeFevour, but did say there are plays that LeFevour and Brooks run better than Brunner and vice versa.
All three quarterbacks are trying to replace record-setting quarterback Kent
Smith who is currently on the Oakland Raiders roster after having an
outstanding season last year for the Chippewas.
Brunner played in three games last season and threw three passes. He did
complete all three of those passes for a total of 21 yards. Brooks was the No.
3 quarterback all of last season, as a true freshman.
He made all of the road trips with the team but did not see any action.

LeFevour was a true freshman
last year and did not see any action as the No. 4 quarterback.  Bet the NFL now at -107 juice!
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Boston Herald

Although Kelly/Shorts Stadium’s capacity is only 30,199,
it should be rocking for its first nationally televised (ESPN2) night game. It
also should be quite a baptism for the five true freshmen that made BC’s
two-deep roster.

Northwestern-Miami Oh

Press Notes

Miami University
head football coach Shane Montgomery announced today that junior Mike Kokal has been named the RedHawks
starting quarterback for the upcoming 2006 season. Kokal,
Miami’s top back-up over the past
two seasons, had been one of three Miami
quarterbacks vying for the position since last spring. Since 2001, Miami’s
passing offense has ranked fourth nationally in passing yards per game (291.0)
behind only Texas Tech, Hawai’i
and Arizona State.
The RedHawks have ranked among the nation’s Top 30 in
total offense, passing offense and scoring offense in each of the past three
years.  Joining Kokal
on the offensive side of the ball are five returning starters, including
all-MAC senior wide receiver Ryne Robinson (Toledo,
/Central Catholic) and all-MAC junior
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Press Notes

The contest will mark the first career head coaching
contest for both Temple’s Al Golden
and Buffalo’s Turner Gill.  The Owls, who return seven starters (five offense, two defense) among 35 letterwinners
(17 offense, 17 defense, 1 specialist), will employ a multiple offense and a
3-4 defense. The Bulls, who return 13 starters (eight offense,
five defense) among 47 letterwinners (26 offense, 20
defense, one specialist), will utilize a multiple offense and a 4-3 defense.


Canton Rep

The Flashes could have easily won five games last season.
They lost two games by a field goal, one by 4 points and another by a
touchdown. After losing so many close games, staying mentally focused will be a
big key. “We have to overcome the lack of confidence that we’ve had in the
past,” Head Coach Doug Martin said. “We need to take stock in the confidence of
how hard we worked off the field — particularly in winter conditioning and
spring practice — and let that be the foundation of what we do during the
season. We’ve got to the put the 1-10 year behind us.” As with all teams,
health is always a factor. Last year’s rash of injuries forced the Flashes to
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Pioneer Press

Minnesota is
minus two 1,000-yard tailbacks and two four-year starters on the offensive
line. Mason said last week it will be tailback by committee for Thursday’s 6:30
p.m. kickoff, and coaches have declined to name a front-runner, much less a
starter, since fall camp opened on Aug. 5. 

Toledo-Iowa State


Iowa State
coach Dan McCarney has been in Ames
for 12 years. He has never had a defense with less experience than the one set
to open the season against Toledo.
Graduations, and the unexpected departures of defensive end Jason Berryman and
linebacker Matt Robertson, cost the Cyclones ten starters from the unit that
played in the 2005 Houston Bowl. Those starters led Iowa
to the third-best scoring
defense in the Big 12 a year ago. They have been replaced by newcomers that are
either young, inexperienced or a little bit of both. Still, McCarney
refuses to lower the expectation level for his defense—or reduce its complexity
in order to soften the learning curve. The unit will get its first test
Thursday when Iowa State
hosts the Rockets at Jack Trice Stadium. It will feature a pair of true
freshman starters, Nate Frere
and Rashawn Parker, on the defensive line.  Bet the NFL now at -107 juice!
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Des Moines Register

Before jumping to conclusions that the Mid-American
Conference Rockets are out of their league against a team from the Big 12
Conference – forget it. Toledo beat
Penn State
in 2000, Minnesota in 2001 and Pittsburgh
in 2003. Another indicator that the teams belong on the same field is the
Rockets’ 45-13 win over Texas-El Paso in last season’s
GMAC Bowl. They have won or shared the West Division title of the MAC seven of
the past nine seasons. They have a 55-19 record since 2000 and a winning record
each of the past 12 seasons.

South Carolina-Mississippi


And South Carolina
will do it with more unproven players than Spurrier has seen in some time.
Center Chris White is the only offensive linemen with more than four career starts.
The defense depth chart features six players who never played a down at their
position. The most impressive performer, at least statistically, at quarterback
this fall hasn’t been returning starter Blake Mitchell, but true freshman Chris
Smelley. The Gamecocks proved that a year ago in Spurrier’s debut season. They started 0-3 in the SEC — a
first for Spurrier — including losses to Alabama
and Auburn by a combined 85-21
score. Then came a five-game conference winning streak that featured victories
at Tennessee and against Florida
— a double no South Carolina
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Diego State

El Paso Times

The Aztecs return six starters to the offensive side of
the ball, with five of the starters having logged at least 11 career starts.
They also return players that accounted for 100 percent of its passing yards
and 96.6 percent of its rushing yards. They move behind junior running back Lynell Hamilton who, after being riddled with injuries over
his two-year career, appears to be back to his 2003 form when he earned
freshman All-America honors from The Sporting News. Hamilton, who missed the
entire 2004 season due to injury, was San Diego State’s leading ground gainer
last year, with 819 yards on 190 carries (4.3 average), and nine touchdowns. He
also caught 26 passes for 144 yards.

He has rushed for 1,906 yards and has 13 rushing
touchdowns over his career. “This is the best summer I’ve ever had,” said the
6-foot, 225-pound Hamilton, a
native of Stockton, Calif.
“I was able to work out and go ahead and do some running and conditioning. Whereas, before, I was always rehabbing. So that’s really
big for me.”

Also returning is junior quarterback Kevin O’Connell, a Carlsbad,
, native who has started 17
consecutive games at the position but had to re-earn his starting spot under
Long. Defensively, San Diego State
returns eight starters with a combined 109 starts. Players who are returning
accounted for more than 70 percent of total tackles, 90 percent of forced
fumbles and 66 percent of fumble recoveries. The strength, though, might be the
secondary, and senior safety Reggie Grigsby, the
leading returning tackler from last season.

The UTEP football team’s injury
situation is better. But that doesn’t mean that head coach Mike Price isn’t
concerned heading into the season opener Thursday at San
. was junior offensive lineman James Riley the starter at
right guard who suffered a low-ankle sprain. A host of others sustained nagging
hamstring pulls, including tailback Marcus Thomas, safety Joe Fleskoski, defensive end Joe Ward, receiver Chris Marrow,
freshman safety Braxton Amy and quarterback/receiver Lorne Sam. Senior
quarterback Jordan Palmer was out for a few days nursing a sore elbow. Sunday,
redshirt freshman quarterback Brandis Dew sat out
with a sore shoulder. Spence and Mauch were suspended
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Tuesday, August 29, 2006

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Chicago Zambrano 14-5 personal record, Zambrano
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St. Louis
Mulder over 11-5

Mets Trachsel 18-7 team mark, over 17-7

LAD Hendrickson 8-15 team record, 5-14

Toronto Chacin 8-3
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Green Bay-Cincinnati UNDER 40.5

Our official outlaw line is 37. The official outlaw line
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Don’t get too excited about Carson Palmer coming back and
expect him to throw 20 passes. Basically
they want him to take a hit or two and just feel comfortable in game action.

Not only does Green Bay have all 11 defensive starters
healthy, we expect them to run the ball. Coach Mike McCarthy should have plenty
of choices at running back against the Bengals. Ahman Green will start, McCarthy said Saturday. It
will be his first game action since he tore a quadriceps tendon at
Minnesota on Oct. 23. Also expected to be available are Najeh Davenport and Arliss Beach, both of whom have been banged up and limited in practice this

The Bengals picked off five Packers passes in a
regular-season game last season, and in two preseason games this year, they
have forced seven turnovers.

Monday News and Notes



Wisconsin State

Meanwhile, McCarthy reiterated halfback Ahman Green will start, making his preseason debut, while
No. 2 halfback Najeh Davenport (hip) should play
after practicing for the second consecutive day. Defensive end Kenny Peterson
(ankle) is “still in question,” for the game, while guard Mookie
Moore is questionable and cornerback Patrick Dendy
(ankle) is doubtful. McCarthy said he expects cornerback Mike Hawkins (knee) to
play but running back Ben Brown (tailbone) will be a game-time decision.
McCarthy said backup quarterback Aaron Rodgers could “potentially” get some
time with the No. 1 offense in the third quarter, depending on how productive
Brett Favre is during his time. For the Packers defense, Monday night will be
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Packers News

Coach Mike McCarthy should have plenty of choices at
running back against the Bengals. Ahman Green will start, McCarthy said Saturday. It will be his first
game action since he tore a quadriceps tendon at
Minnesota on Oct. 23. Also expected to be available are Najeh Davenport and Arliss Beach, both of whom have been banged up and limited in practice this
Davenport (hip) made it through practice for a second
straight day. Beach (shoulder) practiced all week with a red jersey, meaning he
could not have contact. Samkon Gado
and Noah Herron also are expected to play. Green is expected to play 18 to 20
snaps, but the No. 1 offense will play more than that. McCarthy didn’t say
which running back would follow Green. Herron could get a few snaps at fullback
because starter William Henderson is out with a knee injury. Cornerback Mike
Hawkins, who returned to practice on Monday after missing almost three weeks
with a sore knee, made it through Saturday’s practice and should be available
for the Bengals game. Cornerback Patrick Dendy also
returned Monday after missing three weeks with an ankle sprain, but McCarthy
said his status was less certain than that of Hawkins.
decisions are expected for defensive lineman Kenny Peterson (ankle), offensive
lineman Mookie Moore (shoulder), fullback Ben Brown
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LA Hendrickson 5-14 personal record

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LAA Escobar 6-1 team
record to Seattle