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Frank Sawyer is on an 18 of 26 (68%) College Football run after DELIVERING his 25* CFB Pac-12 Game of the Month on Washington State -- and he has ONE MORE WINNER for Saturday night! BANK on Frank!
Hollywood Sports 25* NFL UNDERDOG OF THE MONTH

Frank Sawyer’s Hollywood Sports is on a 9 of 12 (75%) NFL run that has fueled a 21 of 29 (72%) NFL winning streak! Frank is on a 6 of 8 (75%) NFL run with his highest-rated 25* plays after losing the Pittsburgh-Cleveland Under on Thursday -- he maintains a 13 of 19 (68%) NFL 25* run! Now Frank furthers his 8 of 10 (80%) NFL sides mark with his 25* NFL Underdog of the Month for Sunday afternoon! DO NOT MISS OUT!

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Hollywood Sports 25* NFL TOTAL OF THE MONTH

Frank Sawyer’s Hollywood Sports is on a 9 of 12 (75%) NFL run that has fueled a 21 of 29 (72%) NFL winning streak! Frank is on a 6 of 8 (75%) NFL run with his highest-rated 25* plays to continue his 14 of 20 (70%) NFL 25* run! Now Frank furthers his 11 of 17 (65%) NFL TOTALS TEAR with his 25* NFL Total of the Month for Sunday! DON’T MISS OUT!

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YESTERDAY'S PLAYS
Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-F  |  Sep 24, 2022
USC vs Oregon State
Oregon State
+6 -110 at Mirage
Won
$100
Play Type: Premium

At 9:30 PM ET on Saturday, we will be playing the Oregon State Beavers (376) plus the points versus the USC Trojans (375). THE SITUATION: Oregon State (3-0) has won their first three games this season with their 68-28 win against Montana State as a 17.5-point favorite last Saturday. USC (3-0) has won their first three games this year after their 45-17 win against Fresno State as an 11.5-point favorite last week.

REASONS TO TAKE THE BEAVERS PLUS THE POINTS: We were on Fresno State last week — and they were in play to cover the point spread as a double-digit dog before their NFL-bound quarterback, Jake Haener, got injured and left the game about halfway through the contest. I still consider the Trojans prime-fade territory with all the hype being placed on this team. USC is 3-7-1 ATS in their last 11 games after scoring at least 40 points in their last game. And while they rushed for 233 yards in that game, the Trojans have failed to cover the point spread in 4 of their last 5 games after rushing for at least 200 yards in their last game. Now they go back on the road where they are 5-13-2 ATS in their last 20 games against teams with a winning record at home. They have also failed to cover the point spread in 5 of their last 6 games in Pac-12 play. This will be their toughest test of the season playing on the road in a tough environment against the Beavers. Oregon State has covered the point spread in 9 of their last 12 games after a straight-up win — and they have covered the point spread in 6 straight games after a win by 20 or more points. Behind quarterback Chance Nolan, the Beavers have a high-powered offense of their own that should score plenty of points against a defense that allowed Stanford to put up 28 points and 441 total yards against it. Oregon State is scoring 45.7 PPG while putting up at least 34 points in all three of their games — including a victory against Boise State. The Beavers have covered the point spread in 5 of their last 6 games after scoring at least 40 points in their last game — and they have covered the point spread in 5 straight games after scoring at least 31 points in two straight contests. They have covered the point spread in 8 of their last 9 games at home. Additionally, Oregon State has covered the point spread in 8 of their last 10 games against teams with a winning record — and they have covered the point spread in 8 of their last 12 games as an underdog.

FINAL TAKE: Oregon State upset USC last year by a 45-27 score as a 10.5-point underdog in the Coliseum. Now the Trojans travel to Corvallis where they have failed to cover the point spread in 5 of their last 7 games on the road against the Beavers. 10* CFB Saturday Late Show Bailout with the Oregon State Beavers (376) plus the points versus the USC Trojans (375). Best of luck for us — Frank.

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-F  |  Sep 24, 2022
Boston College vs Florida State
Florida State
-18 -110 at Mirage
Won
$100
Play Type: Free

FRANK’S CUTTING ROOM FLOOR FOR SATURDAY, 9/24:

My “Cutting Room Floor” plays are the situations I considered the closest to being worthy of investment but did not make the “final cut” for my official plays today for subscribers. The last play I cut for Saturday night is with Florida State minus the points versus Boston College. Florida State (3-0) is undefeated this season after their 35-31 win at Louisville as a 2.5-point favorite last Friday. The Seminoles have covered the point spread in 4 straight games after a straight-up loss. They have also covered the point spread in 11 of their last 14 games against teams with a losing record. Boston College (1-2) won their first game of the year with a 38-17 victory against Maine as a 31.5-point favorite last Saturday. The Eagles have failed to cover the point spread in 5 of their last 6 games after a point spread loss. They have also failed to cover the point spread in 6 of their last 8 games against conference opponents. Take Florida State minus the points. Best of luck — Frank.

Frank Sawyer’s Hollywood Sports is on a 17 of 25 (68%) College Football run to begin the day! Frank DELIVERED his 25* CFB Total of the Month for August with the Charlotte-FAU Under — and now he furthers his 11 of 17 (65%) CFB TOTALS TEAR with his 25* College Football Total of the Month for September! DO NOT MISS OUT!

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-F  |  Sep 24, 2022
Boston College vs Florida State
UNDER 49 -110 Lost
$110.0
Play Type: Top Premium

At 8:00 PM ET on Saturday, we will be playing Under the Total in the game between the Boston College Eagles (345) and the Florida State Seminoles (346). THE SITUATION: Boston College (1-2) snapped a two-game losing streak last Saturday with a 38-17 victory against Maine as a 31.5-point favorite. Florida State (3-0) remained unbeaten this season with a 35-31 victory against Louisville as a 2.5-point favorite last Friday.

REASONS TO TAKE UNDER THE TOTAL: The Eagles got their first win of the season against an overmatched northeast FCS program — but this is a team that is going to struggle to move the football behind a retooled offensive line that replaced all five starters from last season. Boston College is scoring only 23.0 Points-Per-Game and generating 299.3 total Yards-Per-Game — and they are averaging just 4.7 Yards-Per-Play. The Eagles to struggling to run the football as they are averaging just 1.7 Yards-Per-Carry and they rank 125th in Rushing Success Rate. Against their two FBS opponents, Rutgers and Virginia Tech, BC has rushed for just 33 yards on 54 combined carries (which does include sacks). Head coach Jeff Hafley is relying on senior quarterback Phil Jurkovec — but he only completed 55% of his passes and averaged 6 yards per pass attempt against the Scarlet Knights and Hokies. He did complete 25 of 37 passes for 320 yards against Maine last week — but the Eagles have played 4 of their last 5 games Under the Total after passing for at least 280 yards in their last game. Boston College has also played 6 of their last 7 games Under the Total after a point spread loss — and the Under is 39-18-2 in their last 59 games after not allowing more than 20 points. The Eagles' defense has been solid — they are allowing just 22.0 PPG and 328.0 total YPG. They have played 8 of their last 11 games Under the Total in September — and they have played 8 of their last 9 games Under the Total against ACC opponents. The Under is also 50-22-2 in their last 74 games on the road. Florida State quarterback Jordan Travis rolled his ankle last week in the game against the Cardinals and had to leave the game. After being questionable all week, the reports this afternoon is that Travis will take the field tonight — but his effectiveness will remain a question particularly because he does rely on his legs to get yardage. The Seminoles gained 455 total yards last week — and they have played 5 of their last 6 games Under the Total after gaining at least 450 yards in their last game. And while they gave up 495 yards to Malik Cunningham and the Cardinals’ offense, they have played 6 of their last 7 games Under the Total after allowing at least 450 or more yards in their last contest. Florida State is improved on defense with eight starters back from last year from a group that did not allow more than 30 points in their final eight games last year. They have held their three opponents to 20.3 PPG and 335.7 YPG. The Seminoles rank 22nd in the nation by running the football in 61% of their plays on offense — and they will likely eclipse that mark given Travis’ gimpy ankle. Florida State has played 5 of their last 7 games Under the Total at home — and they have played 4 of their last 5 games Under the Total in September.

FINAL TAKE: The Seminoles pulled off a 26-23 upset on the road against the Eagles as a 3-point favorite on November 20th with the Total set at 55.5 — these two teams have played 5 of their last 7 meetings Under the Total. 25* College Football Total of the Month with Under the Total in the game between the Boston College Eagles (345) and the Florida State Seminoles (346). Best of luck for us — Frank.

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-F  |  Sep 24, 2022
Georgia Tech vs Central Florida
Central Florida
-20½ -120 at BetVegas
Lost
$120.0
Play Type: Free

FRANK’S CUTTING ROOM FLOOR FOR SATURDAY, 9/24:

My “Cutting Room Floor” plays are the situations I considered the closest to being worthy of investment but did not make the “final cut” for my official plays today for subscribers. The last play I cut for Saturday afternoon is with Central Florida minus the points versus Georgia Tech. Central Florida (2-1) looks to build off their 40-14 win at Florida Atlantic as a 7.5-point favorite last Saturday. The Knights controlled time of possession for 37:05 minutes in the game while generating 653 yards of offense against the Owls. Central Florida has covered the point spread in 4 straight games after gaining at least 450 yards in their last game. They have covered the point spread in 4 of their last 5 games against non-conference opponents. Georgia Tech (1-2) got blanked last week in a 42-0 shutout loss to Ole Miss as a 17-point underdog last week. The Yellow Jackets go back on the road where they have failed to cover the point spread in 6 of their last 8 games. They have also failed to cover the point spread in 22 of their last 28 games against teams with a winning record. Take Central Florida minus the points. Best of luck — Frank.

Frank Sawyer’s Hollywood Sports is on a 17 of 25 (68%) College Football run after losing their 25* CFB play on Georgia State on Thursday! Frank BOUNCED-BACK yesterday by CA$HING his MLB play on the Houston-Baltimore Under — and now he UNLEASHES his 25* CFB Pac-12 Game of the Month today! DO NOT MISS OUT!

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-F  |  Sep 24, 2022
Oregon vs Washington State
Washington State
+7 -110 at circa
Won
$100
Play Type: Top Premium

At 4:00 PM ET on Saturday, we will be playing the Washington State Cougars (380) plus the points versus the Oregon Ducks (379). THE SITUATION: Washington State (3-0) continued their unbeaten start to the season with a 38-7 victory against Colorado State as a 17-point favorite last Saturday. Oregon (2-1) comes off their best game of the season in a 41-20 victory against BYU as a 3.5-point favorite last week.

REASONS TO TAKE THE COUGARS PLUS THE POINTS: The Ducks may be due for a letdown after their statement victory against BYU. They have failed to cover the point spread in 7 of their last 9 games after a point spread win. First-year head coach Dan Lanning takes over a program that has been upset in four of their last six games when playing on the road as the favorite — and they were laying at least 8.5 points in all four of those upset losses. Oregon has failed to cover the point spread in 4 straight games on the road — and they have failed to cover the point spread in 4 straight road games against teams with a winning record at home. Lanning tapped former Auburn quarterback Bo Nix to be his quarterback from the transfer portal — but the junior has a history of nasty home/road splits in his career. Granted, Nix comes off an efficient 13 of 18 passing effort against BYU where he passed for 222 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions. In his career playing at home, Nix completes 65% of his passes with 30 touchdown passes and only two interceptions. But when playing on the road, Nix’s completion percentage drops to 55% with 12 touchdown passes and 12 interceptions. On the other side of the ball, Lanning’s plans to transform the Oregon defense remain a work in progress. After serving as the defensive coordinator at Georgia, Lanning inherited a Ducks defense that lost six of their top eight tacklers from a unit that ranked 72nd in the nation by allowing 385.6 total Yards-Per-Game. Oregon ranks 118th in the nation in opponent’s Success Rate this season — and they rank 97th in opponent’s Explosiveness Rate. They are allowing their opponents to average 277.0 passing YPG, ranking 114th in the FBS. BYU passed for 305 yards last week despite missing their top two wide receivers to injury — and the Ducks have failed to cover the point spread in 18 of their last 25 games after allowing at least 280 passing yards in their last game. Washington State quarterback Cameron Ward comes off his best game for the Cougars last week. The highly-touted transfer from Incarnate Word completed 25 of 35 passes for 292 yards with four touchdown passes in the victory against the Rams. He led the Cougars to a 17-14 upset win against a nationally-ranked Wisconsin team the previous week. Washington State has covered the point spread in 6 of their last 8 games after a straight-up win — and they have covered the point spread in 7 of their last 9 games after a point spread victory. But the strength of this team under head coach Jake Dickert has been the play of the defense. The Cougars are allowing just 12.7 Points-Per-Game this season — and they rank 12th in the nation in opponent’s Success Rate with a balanced unit that is 18th in the FBS in opponent’s Rushing Success Rate and 17th in opponent’s Pass Success Rate. Washington State is holding their opponents to 90.7 rushing YPG, ranking 28th in the nation, and they have not allowed a rushing touchdown. They have also registered 14 sacks, the second-most in the nation. They held Colorado State to just 275 yards last week — and they have covered the point spread in 5 of their last 6 games after not allowing more than 275 yards in their last game — and they have covered the point spread in 5 of their last 6 games after not allowing more than 20 points in their last game. The Cougars have covered the point spread in 5 of their last 6 games at home — and they have covered the point spread in 7 of their last 8 games against Pac-12 competition.

FINAL TAKE: Washington State will have revenge on their minds after a 38-24 loss in Eugene against the Ducks on November 13th last season. But Oregon has failed to cover the point spread in 10 of their last 12 games against the Cougars — and they have failed to cover the point spread in 5 of their last 6 games against Washington State in Pullman. 25* CFB Pac-12 Game of the Month with the Washington State Cougars (380) plus the points versus the Oregon Ducks (379). Best of luck for us — Frank.

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