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. For Week 9 in College Football, there are a total of 24 plays
that project to cover the number greater than 57% of the time to be considered "normal" or better, including 13 such totals. "Normal" or better totals went 14-5 (74% O/U), are now 73-55 (57% O/U) on the year and have been profitable in over 80% of the weeks all-time on the site.
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10/24/2016 Highlight: Using our ResultsFinder tool, football continues to be a profitable endeavor for our subscribers. All "normal" or better college football plays sit at 117-93 (56% ATS and O/U) for the season. A $50 bettor would be up $1,022 if they used our recommended bet sizes on all "normal" or better college football plays to date. A $50 bettor who chose to play all of our playable edges would be up $1,185 to this point. We also successfully cashed in with our ATS Lock of the Week as Colorado won outright as a small underdog at Stanford.
NFL totals continue to win at a resounding rate as well. "Normal" or better totals are 16-7 (70%) on the season, while all totals are a very respectable 41-30 (58%) overall. Since launching in January 2010, this technology is now 752-651 (54% ATS) in predicting all NFL games against-the-spread.
The Predictalator also continued its hot start to the NHL season. All playable sides are 26-15 (63%) out of the gate, bringing in $362 for a $50 bettor. "Normal" or better sides and totals are 10-3 (77%) to open up the season as well.
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