College Football Week 1 Picks

College Football is OFFICIALLY back! The crew goes through the Top 5 games of the weekend as well as solo picks. Here’s the lineup heading into the weekend.

5 Primetime Games

Washington vs. Auburn in Atlanta: Auburn -2 o/u 48
Michigan at Notre Dame: Notre Dame -1.5 o/u 47
Miami vs. LSU in Dallas: Miami -3 o/u 48
Virginia Tech at Florida State: FSU -7 o/u 57
West Virginia vs. Tennessee in Charlotte: WVU -9.5 o/u 61.5
Solo Picks

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Syracuse at Western Michigan: Cuse -4.5
North Carolina at California: Cal -7
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Marshall at Miami OH: o/u 51.5
A whole bunch of games
BONUS PICK: Steve creates a new segment on the spot and picks between Ole Miss at Texas Tech for the Gut Game of the Week: Texas Tech +2
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BYU at Arizona: Arizona -11.5
Texas at Maryland: Texas  -10.5
We all discuss the Cincinnati Bearcats at UCLA

College Football is OFFICIALLY back! The crew goes through the Top 5 games of the weekend as well as solo picks. Here’s the lineup heading into the weekend.

5 Primetime Games

  1. Washington vs. Auburn in Atlanta: Auburn -2 o/u 48
  2. Michigan at Notre Dame: Notre Dame -1.5 o/u 47
  3. Miami vs. LSU in Dallas: Miami -3 o/u 48
  4. Virginia Tech at Florida State: FSU -7 o/u 57
  5. West Virginia vs. Tennessee in Charlotte: WVU -9.5 o/u 61.5

Solo Picks

@mattgozzer

  1. Syracuse at Western Michigan: Cuse -4.5
  2. North Carolina at California: Cal -7

@riceish

  1. Marshall at Miami OH: o/u 51.5
  2. A whole bunch of games
  3. BONUS PICK: Steve creates a new segment on the spot and picks between Ole Miss at Texas Tech for the Gut Game of the Week: Texas Tech +2

@dmcmillan2202

  1. BYU at Arizona: Arizona -11.5
  2. Texas at Maryland: Texas  -10.5

We all discuss the Cincinnati Bearcats at UCLA

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SEC Preview: Win Totals

Recapping the win total picks from the College Football Preview Podcast.  This is the SEC portion of the recap.

Alabama- o/u 11

I chose to lean on the over.  I can’t see them losing 2 games.  Alabama’s schedule is pretty weak and they will be strong again as always. Saban has to navigate the QB situation and I assume Tagovailoa will win that battle which would be an improvement at the position.

Auburn- o/u 9

Under on this number. They return 6 on offense and 7 on defense including Stidham and their WR’s. They replace their RB’s and whole OL. Malzahn is a great and creative coach but they have been 12-10 on the road and 3-5 in neutral site games under his reign. Tough schedule with at Bama, at Georgia, and somewhat neutral site against Washington to start the year. If they lose those three, that’s at the number and need one more that they shouldn’t lose.

Georgia- o/u 10.5

Georgia has an embarrassingly weak schedule and it’s a shame Georgia fans have to pay for that. Can’t help but choose the over given what’s ahead of them. Only 4 road games the entire year. I don’t see any tough games for them even though they won’t have as great of a year as last year.

LSU- o/u 7

LSU is at a number that the public can’t believe. They return 5 on each side of the ball and lose their QB, 2 RB’s (Guice), WR’s, 2 OL, 2 DL, 3 LB’s, and 1 DB. Their defense will be solid again but that’s never the question with them. I am an under lean but don’t have a good feel for it. Ed Orgeron is on a fiery seat coming into this and things could spiral out of control. I think the Miami game sets the tone for both teams.

Texas A&M- o/u 7

Exit Sumlin, enter Jimbo Fisher. He doesn’t walk into a bad situation either with 8 starters returning on each side of the ball. It’ll take him a second to get his guys and change the program. This could be on the number but I think the coaching upgrade and experienced players could drive them over. I have them over with 8 wins.

Florida- o/u 8

Don’t want to touch this one but we had to discuss it. They return 10 offensive starters and 9 defensive starters. QB is still a huge issue with Franks as the probable starter but Mullen could work some magic and get them up to speed. Just too many question marks all around to feel comfortable either way.

Kentucky- o/u 5.5

Under. We discussed this program. Took some jabs at Big Blue Nation’s football program. Under. We didn’t need to see anything to know we liked the under here. Under.

 

College Football Week 0 Podcast

College Football Week 0 preview and picks. The boys are back at it choosing the only two games with a point spread in CFB Week 0: Wyoming at New Mexico State and Hawaii at Colorado State.

Also go over the Urban Meyer news that broke right before we hit the air.

We also cover the Preseason Polls and teams that we think are overrated and underrated.

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College Football Week 0 preview and picks. The boys are back at it choosing the only two games with a point spread in CFB Week 0: Wyoming at New Mexico State and Hawaii at Colorado State.

Gozzer and The Intern Mac Man have a bet going for the Wyoming @ NMSU game. Hawaii @ CSU was much more agreeable with the crew unanimous on CSU and Mac Man and Gozzer taking the under.

Also go over the Urban Meyer news that broke right before we hit the air.

We also cover the Preseason Polls and teams that we think are overrated and underrated.

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NFL Preview Podcast

Matt, Steve, and the Intern currently known as McMuffin go over current betting odds with NFL win totals and division odds. Each team and division is covered on this episode and how the sports gambling world feels about them. The boys not only touched on their picks but also discuss the hot topics in the NFL currently. Some good insights into the numbers and what they are telling you, and then some insights into each pick.

Feel free to reach out to each of us on twitter @mattgozzer @riceish and @mcmillan2202 and let us know how you feel.

Pass this onto your friends and be sure to sign up for the football contests. We don’t take a cut of anything so get in and get out with some cash!

 

 

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College Football Preview Podcast

We introduce the site and the people that make it happen. Then we take a deep dive into the College Football season from a sports gambling perspective. CFB win totals along with Heisman, CFP Championship and Conference betting odds.

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Steve and Matt take a deep dive into the upcoming College Football season. Introductions to the site and the people that make it happen and then into the good stuff.  We take a look at what the Championship odds currently sit at and then we take a run through the conferences for season win totals. Updated sports gambling odds for the College Football season for some of the sport’s most popular teams to bet on.

  1. CFB Championship odds
  2. SEC
  3. Big 10
  4. Big 12
  5. ACC
  6. PAC 12
  7. Independents
  8. AAC
  9. MAC
  10. CUSA
  11. The rest
  12. Heisman odds and picks

US Open Recap

US Open picks and a summary of how we got units again

Total Units: 14.84

Record: 35-28-2

Win Percentage: 56%

What a week for another major. USGA running home with their tail between their legs. Koepka proving he is for real to anyone who didn’t already know that. Tommy Fleetwood with a Sunday to be remembered with a putt on 18 he will want to forget. There was a little bit of everything, as you would expect at the US Open. Players were complaining, which typically you can write off the mentally weak who want everything to be easy. Let’s dive into how we fared.

Day 1 Thursday 10-8

This was a nice start. Could have been better but we had some late flops.

The Losses- Jimmy Walker over Louis Oosthuizen. Walker was on a lot of people’s radars for a sleeper pick and he was plus money. Tyrell Hatton over Ian Poulter was another plus money that didn’t turn out with the expectation Poulter folding due to being mentally weak. Berger I thought was a good price because he was coming into the event in good form and Chappell has been struggling. A surprising upset. Picked Hideki over Leishman and that didn’t work out. I expected Rahm to run away from Sergio and he finished horribly. Fleetwood I was high on, especially over Noren but he faltered. Smith over Perez as the favorite was weak. Adam Scott over Stenson at plus money was a hopeful pick but he got smoked.

The Wins- Spieth at almost even money over Rory. Rickie over Hideki as a heavy favorite. Kuchar handled DeChambeau at plus money. Bryson complained about the course from day one which is a horrible sign. Rodgers won over Sharma. Was pretty confident in Grillo over Bradley as I have been fading Keegan the majority of the year. JT over Tiger is easy money especially on the first day of a tournament. DJ over JT at -120 was an easy choice. Ross Fisher at plus money against Kisner was a no brainer. Kisner has not found his swing. Si Woo Kim against Hao Tong Li was because Si Woo is trending up and it is a major so I didn’t expect a ton from Li. Ben An has been very good lately so I took him over Shane Lowry.

Day 2 Friday 10-5-1

This was a very nice day with quality results.

The Losses- Took Snedeker over Dufner because Sneds has been playing well and Dufner’s putting struggles are difficult to watch. Putnam over Zalatoris I thought was an easy play but he didn’t do well. Took Cantlay over Brian Harman and he failed to play well. I thought Rory would turn it around on the second day against Phil and he didn’t put up much of a fight. For the second day I took Kuchar over DeChambeau and Bryson must have gotten over his course issues while it was scoreable.

Pushed Jimmy Walker over Justin Rose at +213

The Wins- Ross Fisher took care of Adam Hadwin at plus money. Ben An over Lowry for the second day in a row. Branden Grace, another sleeper for the tournament, at plus money beat out Paul Casey. Koepka over Jason Day at even money was a simple pick. People weren’t paying attention to Brooks and how he was playing, and Jason Day is a high ball hitter on a windy course. Hatton got Poulter today due to Ian’s meltdown. Took Phil and Rory both at plus money over Spieth as Jordan’s woes continue. Berger over Chappell again finally paid. Had too much confidence in that matchup for it to work at least 50%. Leishman over Hideki at even money was the way to go after day one. Fitzpatrick was trending up and at +112 over Kuchar was good enough for me.

Day 3 Saturday 9-9

A mediocre day in the win column but that’s the beauty of place the right amount of money on the right price. An overall controversial day on the course, as you probably have heard. The morning was gettable. The afternoon gobbled up hopefuls such as Rickie Fowler, who shot an 84.

The Losses- I put my money on Snedeker again over Aphibarnrat and it was not a good ending. Took Fisher over Li as an underdog and lost. Uihlein over Finau as Tony charged up the leaderboard before the USGA essentially changed courses. Lost Beef Johnston against Phil in hopes of a big plus money hit. Tried Hatton as a big dog against Reed. Walker plus money against Grace didn’t turn out. Took Rodgers at +125 over Harman. Tried Perez as a huge dog against JT and it didn’t happen. Thought Poulter could pull off the upset of Koepka given he essentially had one terrible hole that had set him back.

The Wins- Vegas over Haas at plus money. Berger over Chappell again. Went with a gamble of Parziale at +220 over An, but again, on the weekend everyone is paired with someone who is playing similar in scoring. DeChambeau over Hideki at almost even money was a fair pick because Hideki just hasn’t been up to par yet. Tried Furyk at +150 over Noren who hasn’t impressed me this year. Fitzpatrick at +125 was an easy choice over Leishman. Henley at +167 over Rickie who lost it today. Rose has Stenson’s number lately. Hoffman as a dog against a soon to be charging Fleetwood cashed as well.

Day 4 Sunday 6-6-1

This was Koepka’s day from the start. People made their charges. Patrick reed -5 thru 7 at one point, Fleetwood with an incredible 63. But the ones close enough could never get it going. Berger and Finau faltered, DJ struggled on short putts all day.

The Losses- Thought Walker could make a push Sunday and at plus money against a fading Hideki, I felt it was a good pick. Perez over Oosthuizen didn’t work out. Aphibarnrat just failed as two fatties slugged it out between him and Reed with only one doing the slugging. Stenson had a nice push Sunday as my pick, Rose, couldn’t get it going. Thought DJ for sure was going to intimidate Koepka and seize the moment. One thing that was missing from that is that DJ was not using driver then wedge as he normally does. This course forced him to play differently which I think when Sunday nerves hit, and you can’t fall back on your usual game, it gets you. Berger over Finau lost as well as both faded with them not having the luxury of playing in the morning again.

Pushed a +118 Poulter against Grace

The Wins- I had eggs at plus money over Snedeker who had failed me all tournament. Scott Pierce caught the unlucky break of being in the afternoon on Saturday so I took him over a bottom feeder Steele. Loved Fleetwood over Henley as he made a charge for the ages. Casey over Molinari wasn’t a great price but he won. Fitzpatrick as a +170 dog to JT is shocking when he’s a very solid player. JT hasn’t been crazy good this year, he just had the one by his name. Was also very confident in Hoffman as a dog against Gary Woodland.

After it was all said and done, great tournament for us. And unlike Koepka, we have the opportunity of moving on right away after we win. We go to The Travelers in Connecticut, where everyone remembers Spieth famously holing out from the sand in the playoff. Winners have consistently been between 12-16 under and although most of the previous winners have been kind of off names, I wouldn’t expect that this year. Voted on by the players themselves as one of the best hosting tournaments, this field has gotten stronger over the past few years, gaining better and bigger names. So it will be more competitive at the top of the leaderboard with, perhaps, a big name getting back on track.

Keep paying attention to the picks. We are onto the next. As always #TeamGetUnits

US Open Day 1 Picks

With the mayhem and carnage about to take place at Shinnecock, we are all gearing up for another epic major. Phil going for the slam, Tiger making his return to the US Open, Spieth, Rory, DJ, JT, Rickie, Rose, the list is endless. Whatta time to be a golf fan.

We have a lot to look forward to and a ton of storylines. If you are betting futures, the weather forecast favors Thursday morning/Friday afternoon groups heading into the weekend due to the others getting 20 MPH winds, 30 MPH gusts.

In a normal world the low ball hitter or golfers who do well at the Open would do well in those conditions, which would eliminate a Jason Day. But golf is insanely unpredictable. A lot of stuff that happens makes zero sense.

Patrick Reed winning the Masters for instance. He had one top 10 in 16 majors and his Masters history was cut, 22nd, 49th, cut. You can make educated guesses but a lot of times it doesn’t add up on the bottom line.

Regardless, my day 1 picks:

Jimmy Walker +106 1 unit over Louis Oosthuizen

Tyrell Hatton +104 2 units over Ian Poulter

Daniel Berger -116 3 units over Kevin Chappell

Jordan Spieth -102 2 units over Rory McIlroy

Hideki Matsuyama -130 2 units over Marc Leishman

Matt Kuchar +108 1 unit over Bryson Decahmbeau

Rickie Fowler-127 2 units over Hideki Matsuyama

Patrick Rodgers -108 2 units over Shubhankar Sharma

Jon Rahm -130 4 units over Sergio Garcia

Emiliano Grillo -120 3 units over Keegan Bradley

Tommy Fleetwood -110 2 units over Alexander Noreen

Cameron Smith -117 1 unit over Pat Perez

Justin Thomas -124 2 units over Tiger Woods

Dustin Johnson -120 3 units over Justin Thomas

Adam Scott +116 1 unit over Henrik Stenson

Ross Fisher +108 2 units over Kevin Kisner

Si Woo Kim -116 2 units over Hao Tong Li

Ben An -116 3 units over Shane Lowry

See you kids tomorrow #GetUnits

FedEx St. Jude Classic Recap

Total Units: +16.16 units

Record: 22-13-5

Win Percentage 62.9%

Another very solid tournament in the books.  To be honest, wasn’t sure how this would turn out given the fact that a major was looming for some golfers and not for others.  But, it was a good tournament and DJ continues to be that dude. I really don’t think anyone is competing with him right now, A game to A game.  Let’s recap though…

Day 1 Thursday 6-3-1

The Losses: Grayson Murray had a rough day as the heavy favorite over Cody Gribble. Tony Finau got absolutely dusted by Phil. I went for a money play on Berger, the two time defending champ, against DJ as a big dog. He spent his only two rounds seeing every inch of the course.

Pushed Howell against Horschel. A little surprising given both of their games coming into it.

The Wins:  Started off with a CT Pan win over Scott Brown. Had a quality round and it was smooth sailing. Schwartzel won easily over over Chappell who collapsed both days. I went out on a limb with Koepka over Stenson. Stenson has been playing very well, but Koepka has been super under the radar in his recent string of top finishes at The Players and Ft. Worth. Wesley Bryan continues to gain traction in the betting world with a victory over Baddeley.  Ben An pulled through with poor odds. but the guy has been playing very well. Aphibarnrat and Harris English were back and forth all day trying to lose but fortunately, Aphibarnrat came out on top.

Day 2 Friday 7-2-1

The Losses: Berger got smoked. I expected a bounce back round at a good price but he turded the course. I bet HEAVY on Phil to beat Luke List. He inexplicably lost but this paragraph is short so I can’t complain.

I pushed with Aphibarnrat thanks to a nice charity choke on the last hole from English.

The Wins: Snedeker over Vaughn Taylor. This was one sided thanks to the round of the tournament from Sneds. Howell got back on track against Horschel. He won by one stroke but it was really not that close. Schwartzel took out a struggling Chappell. Murray topped Gribble. I took Koepka again over Stenson because the hand is too hot. Same with Wesley Bryan over Gomez. Then I took Shane Lowry over James Hahn because Hahn hasn’t done much of anything this year.

Day 3 Saturday 5-5

The Losses: I took Mitchell over McGirt. Interesting, going into 13 McGirt was up -4 to +1. By 17, they were tied but Mitchell proceeded to get eaten alive by bunkers and tripled 17. Shindler couldn’t get any closer than 2 to Uihlein. Peterson was up 1 going into 13 and went +4 over the next five holes. Tried riding Koepka again but Sticker lead the whole way. Bozzelli against Werenski was a quiet match. Difference was Werenski’s early eagle. Very tough day for all. Seems like everyone had a double on their card.

The Wins: Palmer over Harkins. Both went in the water on the final hole but Palmer lead coming into it. Gomez cruised after Schwartzel went +7 on the front 9. McCarthy was solid the whole day and Troy Merritt was struggling. Wesley Bryan at plus money had a quiet scorecard and Sneds came way back down to earth. Putnam played well Saturday to make the final group on Sunday. He beat CT Pan.

Day 4 Sunday 4-3-3

The Losses: McCarthy did not play well against Power. Wesley Bryan finally took an L from Chez Reavie. Tried cashing in on the odds with Putnam against DJ.

Pushed Howell against Stenson and Mullinax against Sneds for plus money. Also pushed Pan against the am Thornberry, which was very surprising.

The Wins: Baddeley took out Horschel at plus money. I have been fading Horschel in most cases because most of his clout with bettors comes from a victory this season… with a teammate. Blaum seemed to get it together Saturday so I played him at plus money against Lashley. Stricker was steady all tournament so I played him against a declining Koepka at a nice price. Werenski pulled it out against Cink.

That wrapped up the tournament. DJ slamming it home on 18 was a nice transition into a major week. Look for more to come this week. Will get a preview for the US Open at Shinnecock Hills out as soon as possible, as well as my Day 1 matchup picks.

Bankroll is on notice this week with a lot more matchups available. Looking forward to getting after it again #TeamGetUnits

The Memorial Recap

Total Units: +3.97 units

Record: 21-19-4

Win Percentage 52.5%

Overall, it wasn’t a memorable tournament for betting. Came out ahead 3.97 units which is always the goal. Had one fantastic day, two days that were losers, and a mediocre day.  Bryson DeChambeau took home the trophy after a two hole sudden death playoff.  As stiff as the competition is at the Memorial every year, it seems like a very middling golfer usually wins.  Last year Dufner, McGirt the year before, Lingmerth before that.  Regardless, we will dive into the results.

Day 1 Thursday 4-6-1

The Losses: Took Haas over Hossler since Beau was not in good form coming into this and Haas has been steady. Mediocre but steady. Took Adam Scott over Stenson. Scott continues to look like he’s getting closer to making a run at a tournament. It was more value to take Scott despite Stenson looking great so far this year. Russell Knox over Hideki was a loss. Hideki has won the Memorial before but has been very hit or miss almost by the round.  Was hoping to catch him on an off round for plus money. Zach Johnson over Charles Howell. Zach Johnson has been off to say the least but you just wait for it to click and it just hasn’t. Charley Hoffman over Ryan Moore didn’t work out either at even money. JB Holmes not beating Keegan Bradley was one of the more surprising misses. Thought it was a great bet at +121 odds and narrowly missed.

Also had one push taking Rickie plus money against Justin Thomas.  I feel Justin Thomas is a very vulnerable #1 golfer in the world and to give good odds on a top 10 player is traditionally a strong play.

The Wins: The few, the proud today. Justin Rose over Tiger.  I felt it should have been closer to -150 but it was only -120. Kuchar over Leishman as he has won here before, had better odds, and Leishman hasn’t really played spectacular since his hot start at the Byron Nelson. Xander Schauffele over Charl Schwartzel at plus money. Charl is playing well but Xander was at plus money. Neither had a good round but Xander had a better one. Jason Day at home vs. DJ. Plus money, home course, playing extremely well. DJ is playing not that great and still hanging around, which is scary once he puts it together.

Day 2 Friday 7-3-1

The Losses: Thought I took Aaron Wise over Horschel the whole time. Accidental pick and that’s on me. Horschel was favored -128 so I never would have done that but can’t blame anyone else. Kisner was NEVER close to Tony Finau. Schauffele was up 1 stroke going into the back 9 on Schwarzel. He proceeded to go +1 on the back and Charl went -2. He lost by two…

Pushed Rickie vs. JT again.

The Wins: Daniel Summerhays at even money edged Keith Mitchell. Tried really hard to blow it, getting a 9 on the last hole to win by 1. Patrick Rodgers tried to lose it against Lucas Glover as well doubling the same last hole. He was +127 though. Wesley Bryan has been solid of late and was sitting +168 against Branden Grace. He was steady the whole round and won by 3. Russell Knox got the same odds against Hideki and won by two. Decided to switch sides and took DJ over Day today. Figured DJ can’t be held down two days in a row and was the dog. He raked and Day was average. Picked Haas again vs. Hossler who blew up on the last hole. Haas was +112. Justin Rose again vs. Tiger, this time at -143.

Day 3 Saturday 7-5-1

The Losses: Patrick Reed against Tiger. I did picture this one to be one sided, but it was a bad day for Reed. Grayson Murray against Haas was good odds but another golfer in the plus side of the scorecard.  Ryan Armour over Patrick Cantlay was a major value pick. Cantlay had a great day though. Hossler over Stenson. Hossler was juicy sitting +148. He lost by two shooting over par. Took Wesley Bryan over Byeong-Hun An with a good price but An kept himself in contention while Bryan stayed at par.

Pushed Branden Grace against Phil.

The Wins: Whee Kim over Ryan Moore at +171. Kuchar over Oosthuizen as a slight favorite. Adam Scott over Rory Sabbatini was a confidence pick with poor odds. Took Keegan over Bubba based on how Keegan played the first two days. Went hunting with Si Woo Kim over DJ at +206. Justin Rose had terrible odds against Gary Woodland but that was automatic in my eyes. Hideki over Jason Day was a great value pick as Day faded and Hideki had a solid round at +129.

Day 4 Sunday 2-4-1

The Losses: Jason Day over DJ. Thought Day would make a solid push after a middling moving day, but turned in a poor final round. Grace over Phil was a seven stroke difference in Phil’s favor. Tried hitting Si Woo Kim again vs. Rickie and that was a four stroke win for Rickie.  Hideki took +131 odds from Rory. Thought that was terrific value for a top 10 player. Ended up losing by two.

Pushed Cantlay and DeChambeau.

The Wins: Took Ryan Moore over Adam Scott at plus money and won by three strokes. For as well as Byeong-Hun An was playing, he took on +185 odds against Justin Rose. Justin Rose is the #3 player in the world but that is super aggressive against a player starting the day in 5th.

Finished the week with positive units and that’s the name of the game. Looking for a better week in the FedEx St. Jude Classic tuning up for the US Open. Obviously a very light field the week before a major but still some solid names.

More content will be coming and soon it will be daily. As always, get those units any way you can. #TeamGetUnits

Bio

The co-owner of Bad For The Books, Matt had an immediate interest in sports in his youth. He first started studying stats and players in the first grade, looking at sports almanacs and year recaps. Born and raised in Cincinnati, sports gambling has been around his whole life as his father taught him about the horse racing industry and what to look for in Daily Racing Forms.

Things haven’t changed but have progressed into the modern era of stats with advanced metrics.  Specializing in golf and college football, he takes his knowledge from years of playing and viewing and it turns into profitable picks.

His picks are currently being documented on Fans Unite under the name MattGozzer. Quickly ascended to Pro status on the site, which requires people to pay for his picks, as of 6/4/18 he is sitting 63-47 over the course of 3 full golf tournaments and the final two rounds of the Masters, as well as 4 playoff basketball and hockey picks. He is up 40 units in the span of a month’s worth of work. Stay tuned for the action.

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