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Archived: Wisconsin at Iowa and Stanford at Oregon Preview, Odds, Predictions

September 22, 2018

Vegas Guru Hank is hammering these 2 games ATS tonight and whenever he’s locked in like this, you can be sure it’s a WINNER.

He’s hotter than hot right now in College Football Week 3 and so far Week 4 and these 2 plays are the Best Bets that he has left on the board for the Saturday games.

Hank’s 13-3 CFB since the beginning of the season and he’s heating up:

  • 9/8 WIN! Fla Int’l +1 over Old Dominion
  • 9/8 WIN! S.Florida +3 over Ga Tech
  • 9/8 Loss Indiana -5 over Virginia
  • 9/8 WIN! TCU -23 over SMU
  • 9/8 WIN! TCU/SMU Under 64
  • 9/13 Push Wake Forest +7 over B. College
  • 9/15 WIN! Syracuse +3.5
  • 9/15 WIN! Pitt +4 over Geo Tech
  • 9/15 WIN! Vandy +13.5 over Notre Dame
  • 9/15 WIN! Oklahoma St. +1 over Boise St
  • 9/15 WIN! Virginia -3.5 over Ohio
  • 9/15 Loss Eastern Mich +3 over Buffalo U
  • 9/20 WIN! Temple -7 over Tulsa
  • 9/21 WIN! Washington St +4.5 over USC
  • 9/22 WIN! Purdue +6.5 over Boston College
  • 9/22 WIN!  Notre Dame -7 over Wake Forest

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Wisconsin at Iowa

Kickoff: Saturday, Sept. 22 at 8:30 p.m. ET


Spread: Wisconsin -3

Three Things to Watch

1. Shaking off what went wrong against BYU
Before Wisconsin even has to deal with playing its Big Ten opener on the road against one of its top threats in the Big Ten West, the Badgers have to figure out what went wrong last week against BYU at home. Jonathan Taylor rushed for 117 yards but did not score a touchdown. The Badgers converted just 4-of-13 third-down attempts. Wisconsin also lost the turnover battle. All things considered, Wisconsin doesn’t have a ton it needs to clean up to beat Iowa, but it cannot afford to have stalled drives like it had last week against the Cougars.

2. A night game in Kinnick Stadium
Wisconsin players will no doubt have to deal with hearing about the nightmares that can come with playing a night game in Kinnick Stadium. Michigan’s Big Ten plans took a hit under the lights in Kinnick Stadium late in the 2016 season, and Ohio State saw its undefeated season go up in smoke last fall. Penn State needed a game-winning touchdown pass on fourth down to avoid joining the list of Big Ten contenders that succumbed to the Hawkeyes in prime time last season. Can Wisconsin overcome the environment?

3. In a potential defensive battle, don’t leave points on the field
Anytime Iowa and Wisconsin get together, there is a good chance defense will dictate the outcome of the game. That is why red zone trips may be limited in number and why cashing in on those opportunities inside the opponent’s 20-yard line is essential. So far, Wisconsin and Iowa have fared well in red zone touchdown percentage, with both in the top five in the Big Ten. Both teams have scored 12 times in the red zone, with Wisconsin taking 13 trips and Iowa taking 14 trips. And both have scored 10 touchdowns, which means Wisconsin has been slightly more effective with its red zone offense, but these stats are essentially

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Stanford at Oregon

Kickoff: Saturday, Sept. 22 at 8 p.m. ET


Spread: Stanford -2

Three Things to Watch

1. Bryce Love’s back

Stanford coach David Shaw announced on Tuesday that 2017 Heisman Trophy finalist running back Bryce Love is “great” and “ready to go and fired up” after missing Week 3 against UC Davis.

The nature of Love’s injury was never disclosed, though his sitting out last week was a precautionary measure. Stanford didn’t need the explosive Love against an overmatched FCS opponent following what Shaw described as an especially physical Week 2 game against USC.

One of last season’s most surprising developments was the immediate turnaround of Oregon’s rushing defense. After the Ducks fielded one of the nation’s worst defenses against the run in 2016, first-year defensive coordinator Jim Leavitt oversaw a dramatic improvement. Yet, despite the Ducks finishing 2017 ranked in the top 25 nationally defending the rush, Love still gashed Oregon for 147 yards on just 17 carries with two touchdowns in a 49-7 Cardinal romp.

Surely that memory’s lingered for an excellent Oregon front seven, which includes playmakers Troy Dye at linebacker, Jalen Jelks at defensive end and Jordon Scott on the interior. They are the three pillars of a Ducks defense looking to make a similar jump under Leavitt in Year 2 as Colorado did in its second season under Leavitt. The Buffs finished that campaign as one of the best defenses in the nation.

2. Different paths to Week 4

Stanford kicked off its 2018 season with a pair of revenge games, beating San Diego State and USC by 21 and 14 points, respectively. Both were teams entering the campaign off consecutive double-digit-win campaigns, and while the jury’s still out on the 2018 Trojans, San Diego State showed its worth last week beating a Top 25-ranked Arizona State bunch.

While the UC Davis game gave Stanford a tune-up opportunity against FCS competition, opening against a pair of consistently good, consistently physical opponents provided the Cardinal something of a measuring stick. On paper, it doesn’t appear as though Oregon’s first three opponents offered quite the same barometer of the Ducks’ early-season prowess.

Oregon cruised past Bowling Green, coming off a 2-10 finish last year, and FCS opponent Portland State. Mountain West Conference representative San Jose State gave the Ducks a surprisingly close game in Week 3 that, despite an 11-point lead early, Oregon never extended beyond a 23-point margin.

Saturday’s game provides an interesting comparison in how early-season scheduling might impact a team’s preparedness for a marquee matchup. While Stanford has been in this spot early on this season, one edge in Oregon’s favor is that the Cardinal have not had to go on the road yet. Autzen Stadium is as tough as it gets for a first away game.

3. Justin Herbert’s moment in the spotlight

Oregon quarterback Justin Herbert has a future in the NFL. Before then, he has an opportunity to be the face of the Ducks’ turnaround. He took over as starter midway through the program’s dismal 2016, providing the flashes of brilliance that Oregon needed in hoping that its dip was a short one.

Indeed, he led the Ducks back to the postseason in 2017 — and, had he not been injured, he might well have had Oregon right back in the Pac-12 Championship chase.

Now that he’s at full strength after missing key games last year, including Stanford, 2018 is Herbert’s opportunity to shine. He’s up against one of the toughest defenses in the conference if not all of college football this week.

The Cardinal come in having allowed 10, 3 and 10 points in their first three outings. That’s good enough for the lowest average yield in college football thus far in 2018. Veteran linebacker Joey Alfieri and emerging defensive lineman Jovan Swann have stepped up to power the typically dangerous Stanford pass rush. Herbert will need to deliver under pressure in what could be fairly deemed the most marquee game of his Oregon career.

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