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WHAT’S ON TAP IN SPORTS FOR SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2019:
The penultimate day of the Major League Baseball season brings 15 games on Saturday, while there are plenty of College Football picks and markets to choose from. Check out who’s playing and get our free betting picks of the day.
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Orioles +155 at Red Sox -165
Rays at Blue Jays
Indians at Nationals
Dodgers at Giants
Marlins +152 at Phillies -162
Reds at Pirates
Tigers +130 at White Sox -150
Braves -101 at Mets -109
Cubs +175 at Cardinals -185
Twins -177 at Royals +167
Yankees at Rangers
Brewers -186 at Rockies +176
Padres +150 at Diamondbacks -160
Astros at Angels
Athletics at Mariners
BYU at Toledo (+2.5)
Buffalo at Miami OH (+2.5)
Central Michigan at Western Michigan (-16.5)
Holy Cross at Syracuse (-38.5)
Kansas at TCU (-14.0)
Middle Tennessee at Iowa (-23.5)
NIU at Vanderbilt (-7.0)
Northwestern at Wisconsin (-24.5)
Rutgers at Michigan (-28.0)
Texas A&M at Arkansas (+23.5)
Texas Tech at Oklahoma (-27.0)
Delaware at Pittsburgh (-28.0)
Akron at Massachusetts (+7.5)
Clemson at North Carolina (+27.0)
Coastal Carolina at Appalachian State (-15.5)
Florida Atlantic at Charlotte (-1.0)
Georgia Tech at Temple (-8.5)
Indiana at Michigan State (-14.0)
Iowa State at Baylor (+3.0)
Minnesota at Purdue (+1.5)
Ole Miss at Alabama (-38.0)
USC at Washington (-10.5)
Virginia at Notre Dame (-11.0)
Wake Forest at Boston College (+6.5)
SMU at USF (+7.5)
Towson at Florida (-37.5)
Cincinnati at Marshall (+4.0)
Arkansas State at Troy (-7.0)
East Carolina at Old Dominion (-3.0)
Louisiana-Lafayette at Georgia Southern (+3.0)
New Mexico at Liberty (-7.0)
Kansas State at Oklahoma State (-4.0)
LA Tech at Rice (+9.0)
Mississippi State at Auburn (-10.0)
Nicholls State at Texas State (+3.5)
South Alabama at Louisiana-Monroe (-15.0)
Stanford at Oregon State (+3.0)
UAB at WKU (+3.0)
UConn at UCF (-43.5)
UTEP at Southern Miss (-26.5)
Colorado State at Utah State (-24.0)
Kentucky at South Carolina (-3.0)
NC State at Florida State (-6.5)
Ohio State at Nebraska (+17.0)
Fresno State at New Mexico State (+20.0)
Houston at North Texas (-7.0)
UNLV at Wyoming (-9.0)
Washington State at Utah (-6.0)
Hawaii at Nevada (-2.5)
UCLA at Arizona (-6.5)
FREE MLB BETTING PICK OF THE DAY
- Milwaukee Brewers vs. Colorado Rockies
Entering Friday’s opener at Coors Field, the Brewers were just a game behind the Cardinals at the NL Central standings. If they want to stay in the race for the divisional title, the victory over the Rockies is a must.
The Brewers have been playing in a terrific form lately. Before Friday’s clash in Denver, they were riding a seven-game winning streak while losing just two of their previous 20 games. On the other side, the Rockies were 2-6 in their last eight contests and 6-9 in the previous 15 at Coors Field.
Gio Gonzalez will toe the slab for the Brewers. The lefty is 3-2 in 16 starts and two relief appearances this season. He has a 3.70 ERA and a 1.29 WHIP, while the Brewers are undefeated in his last five starts. Gio is 4-1 in six starts against Colorado in his career.
Chi Chi Gonzalez will take the mound for the Rockies. The right-hander is 2-6 in 11 starts and two relief apps this term, tallying a 5.68 ERA and a 1.53 WHIP. This will be his first-ever start against the Brewers.
The stake is huge for the Brewers here. They beat the Rockies in 12 on their last 16 encounters, and I expect this trend to continue. The Brewers covered the spread in five of their last six wins at Coors Field, so take them to win by two or more runs.
- Milwaukee Brewers +110 over Colorado Rockies by two or more runs
FREE CFB BETTING PICK OF THE DAY
- Rutgers Scarlet Knights vs. Michigan Wolverines
Both Rutgers and Michigan are struggling with injuries and their performance in 2019. While the Scarlet Knights (1-2; 1-2 ATS) lost two straight games and were outscored 60-16 versus Boston College and Iowa, the Wolverines (2-1; 0-3 ATS) are coming off a tough 35-14 loss at Wisconsin.
The Scarlet Knights will be without their starting QB Carter McLane who’s in concussion protocol. Sophomore Art Sitkowski will be under center, and he threw for 304 yards, a TD, and an interception in a 30-16 loss to Boston College.
Rutgers lacks discipline, too, averaging 8.3 penalties for 80.3 yards per game to rank 125th in the country. Their run defense is awful, surrendering 218.0 yards per game which is slightly worse than the Wolverines’ run defense (208.7).
On the other side, the Wolverines will certainly miss their backup QB Dylan McCaffrey (concussion), while their starting QB Shea Patterson is dealing with a shoulder injury. Likewise, tight end Sean McKeon is doubtful due to a leg injury.
The Wolverines were humiliated in Wisconsin, trailing by 35 points before they scored a couple of touchdowns. Now, they have to bounce back, and the good thing is that the Wolverines will play in front of the home audience.
I expect the Wolverines to finally put on a strong defensive performance. Jim Harbaugh’s boys have to be more physical, while their offensive line needs to do a much better job protecting Shea Patterson.
Michigan is 4-1 SU and 3-2 ATS in its last five meetings with Rutgers. The Wolverines are 10-1 SU and 7-4 ATS in their last 11 outings at home. On the other side, Rutgers is 0-7 SU and 2-5 ATS in its previous seven showings on the road. Hereof, I’m backing the hosts to get their first ATS win on the season.
- Michigan Wolverines -28.0 at -110