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Week 7 2018: #CFB Picks w/ Chris ‘The Bear’ Fallica & Stanford Steve!

Here’s the moment you’ve all been waiting for.  The biggest day of the week is when Chris Fallica and Stanford Steve Coughlin put out their picks on the Behind the Bets podcast.  It seriously doesn’t get any bigger than these two.  So here’s the picks.

They were all over the road again giving leans and opinions on games but the official picks are below.  Stanford Steve had a lean on the Washington/Oregon over 57.5.  The Bear had Northwestern/Nebraska as his biggest stay-away game this week.  He said this is the biggest differential between the FPI spread and Vegas line, so somebody knows something on this one.

Chris Fallica:

Date Pick
10/13/18 Akron+11.5 vs Buffalo
10/13/18 Ball State+3 vs Central Michigan
10/13/18 Duke+3 vs Georgia Tech
10/13/18 East Carolina+16 vs Houston
10/13/18 Boston College-13.5 vs Louisville
10/13/18 Navy+7 vs Temple

Stanford Steve:

Date Pick
10/13/18 Duke+3 vs Georgia Tech
10/13/18 Boston College-13.5 vs Louisville
10/13/18 Nebraska vs Northwestern over 59
10/13/18 Washington-3 vs Oregon
10/13/18 Iowa State+6.5 vs West Virginia

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2 responses

  1. Deron DELAURENTI | Reply

    Stanford steve and bear you guys are totally awesome!!!!! I love listening to your pod cast it’s very informative and I cant wait until Washington state allows sports wagering….your picks in week 7 won me about 1600 I thank you both and will listen to your pod cast every week now ….what day do you guys do this show??

    1. I don’t work for them, but they release their podcast every Wednesday afternoon

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