Well, another College Football season is here and we couldn't be more excited! As we have always done in the other major sports, we will be posting one Free Premium play every week in CFB and another one in the NFL. For clarification, these plays aren't "throw ins" or extra plays. The Free Premium release will always be one of the actual RCS client released plays. We hope you enjoy the plays and we can once again make you some extra money this coming season. Now, let's cash some tickets....
The second year of the Butch Jones era at Tennessee begins on Sunday as they will host the Utah State Aggies in the 2014 opener for both teams. The Vols are coming off a tough 5-7 season but much of that struggle was expected as they were one of the younger teams in Division I for Jones’ first season after coming from Cincinnati. Utah State had very high hopes for last season that were dashed in their battle with BYU when dual-threat QB Chuckie Keeton went down with a season-ending knee injury. Keeton is back this year for the Aggies, who return eight starters, but just three on offense. Their big loss was RB Joey DeMartino, who gained almost 1300 yards for the Aggies last year. In addition to Keeton, they will also get RB Joe Hill back and we expect him to come back strong from his season-ending knee injury. Another major concern with this Aggie team will be their lack of experience on the offensive line, which we believe will show up when playing against a big, physical SEC-defensive front. The Vols offense will once again be led by Justin Worley, who showed flashes of solid play during his junior year. Tennessee returns 10 starters, five on both offense and defense, and has some elite players at the skill positions. The Vols have won 19 straight home openers while the Aggies have dropped 16 straight road openers. The Sharps are bullish on the Tennessee Volunteers being a much better football team this season in Jones second year and think that Utah State will be completely outmatched both physically as well as the speed angle. We are going to jump in now as we currently have this number at Vols -6.5 and like them to win by double-digits. The Sharps say…
3 UNITS – TENNESSEE VOLUNTEERS (-6.5)
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Placed: Aug 23 08:12 AM
 TENNESSEE -6-120 (B+½)
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Like it Mike! Just got finished four hour meeting and we have some very cashable tickets ready to fire at our RCS Clients...going to be another great year! Stay tuned....
with ya River, bet against the SEC at your own peril.
Agree Eric, even the bottom feeders, especially when they play teams they should beat. This game will showcase a major difference in size, speed and talent. We think anything in single digits is a gift!
Kinda scary that the Vols are replacing both of their lines
Agree, but we think you are going to see a huge difference in th size and speed of the players on the field. Even though Tennessee struggled last year, Butch Jones has recruited tremendously well and those freshman (some of which played) are now a year older with experience.
like it river, can't discount the sunday night showcase at neyland. hf advantage on a muggy early evening w/ 100k fans and team looking to take out some frustration. although the week is not over, this UT team has not looted, raped, or strong armed anyone - yet. thus butchie boy is at least keeping it together. vols hit hard at home. good luck
We shall see.
Nope don't buy take -6.
I really think this is the best bet of the weekend. Utah St. is highly overvalued because of Chuckie Keeton. Keeton is great but the team around him isnt so good. They return less starters than Tennessee does. I saw someone mentioned UT replacing both lines. That is true but UT should be better on the Dline. UT's Dline starters last year were garbage. Curt Maggit would have been a starter last year but he decided to redshirt and get healthy. He will start at DE. The offensive line may struggle a little but it shouldnt matter against Utah St as they dont have the athletes in the trenches to take advanatge. My last thought. Neyland stadium will be absolutely rocking. The fans are ready to see the new recruits and they will be fired up to start the season on the right foot.