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Analysis of 4* Major Miami of Fla -10 @ -120 Saturday night:

Obviously it’s early but it appears no team in the country has improved as much as Miami-of-Florida.  For Miami (2-0, 1-0 ACC) and second-year coach Manny Diaz, everything is clicking so far, as he and offensive coordinator Rhett Lashlee have the Hurricanes playing up-tempo ball. Against Louisville, Miami scored on a pair of 75-yard plays — one on the ground and one in the air — during which Lashlee set up the defense, using an identical formation that previously had gone elsewhere.  “We knew these plays were going to be open,” Miami tight end Brevin Jordan said. “We were just waiting for the right time to call them.” Miami, which disappointed last season at 6-7, has been revitalized by several transfers, including quarterback D’Eriq King, kicker Jose Borregales and defensive ends Quincy Roche and Jaelan Phillips. King has emerged as a team leader as a dual-threat player. In a 31-14 season-opening win over UAB, King ran for 83 yards and a TD. Against Louisville, he showed off his arm, passing for 325 yards and three touchdowns. Borregales has been a revelation, scoring 17 points against Louisville, including field goals of 57 and 48 yards. The Hurricanes certainly could have used his leg last season, when their kickers missed eight of their 20 field goal attempts as Miami lost five games by a touchdown or less. Roche, meantime, has brought a speed rush to the ‘Canes, after recording 13 sacks for Temple last season. Phillips, a former UCLA Bruin, has already shown to be been effective against both the run and pass this season in the Miami defense. The other big improvement for Miami is its offensive line, which allowed just three sacks in two games under new line coach Garin Justice. Last year, Miami quarterbacks were sacked 51 times.  Florida State QB James Blackman did not look good against Georgia Tech in the 16-13 loss failing to throw for 200-yards and that was against a Yellow Jacket defense that yielded 660 total yards to UCF.  The Seminoles’ running attack wasn’t the same without Cam Akers, now in the NFL. Their leading rusher had just 39-yards on the ground versus GT.  FSU will also be without Coach Mike Norvell because of Covid-19 and three starters are listed as questionable.  The Hurricanes with QB King at the controls, have scored every time in the red zone in two games and 71 percent of the time those possessions have resulted in touchdowns. Miami has taken three straight in the series including last year by 17-points.  Against Louisville, Miami averaged 6.1 yards a carry and QB King threw for another 325.  The Canes have really impressed me to this point and their offense has been in rhythm with King making the right decision when to use his legs. It’s easy to see he has a huge edge over Blackman in play-making and reading defenses.  State rivalry games often produce upsets but from what I’ve witnessed there’s no chance of that if these teams play true to form.  FSU allowed 4.0 yards per attempt to GT on the ground and the Jackets freshman QB had 277 in the air in his school debut!  Watch the Seminoles go to 1-12 straight-up against ranked teams. 

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Kudos to 10* Totals Club hitting 10* on Northern Ky ‘OVER’ 129 on  Tuesday

10* Totals Club now 42-25 w/ all NCAA Totals. 4-1 last five rated 10

Analysis of 5* Duquesne +6 on the buy Tuesday:

In their last eight games since January 26th, Duquesne has only lost one game by more than three points and that was to mighty Dayton by 10 on the road.  The Dukes are 20-8 overall, 10-5 on the road, and 10-6 in league play. This has been their best season in a number of years. They take on VCU who has lost outright in 5/6 and really struggling offensively failing to exceed 62-points in 4/5.  I can’t say with any conviction the Dukes are a defensive juggernaut but they can score producing 67 or more in 8/9 and reaching the 80-point plateau in four of them.  VCU has been a solid go-against all season with a 10-19 spread ledger and 3-12 ATS on the season after playing one or more consecutive ‘UNDERS’.  I think the Dukes stay competitive tonight. What’s remarkable about VCU is they only have one healthy double-digit scorer in forward Marcus Santos-Silva at 12.4 points per game. 2nd-leading scorer, guard De’Riante Jenkins at 10.7 per game, is out indefinitely with ‘personal’ reasons.  Third-leading scorer, guard Marcus Evans at 9.9 a game, is out with a knee injury he sustained on 2/24.  Duquesne has five starters that average between 14-4 and 9.0 points per game and all are healthy including a senior and three juniors.  Duquesne has already had a nice 82-68 road win at St. Louis, where VCU lost on 2/21 by a 80-62 count.  The Rams are struggling without their 2nd and 3rd leading scorers and without many options offensively. I feel like I have the better team catching points and love the idea of +6 on the buy.  Analysis of 4 1/2* Arkansas ‘OVER’ 154 1/2 on Wednesday:

I can’t imagine seeing any defense tonight for LSU and Arkansas.  The Razorbacks are an incredible 12-1 ‘OVER’ in their last 13 games. I projected this total to be in the low 160’s so there is some value.  LSU had a 7-game ‘OVER’ streak snapped by lackadaisical Texas A&M in their last game.  But consider this: The last meeting between these two teams produced a 79-77 final and LSU shot only 40.9 percent from the floor including 4-of-15 from beyond the arc (26%) and missed seven free throws (21-of-28).  In the prior two meetings before that the final scores were 90-89 and 94-88.  Arkansas is 6-0 ‘OVER’ off a road loss and got beat at Georgia on Saturday.  The Hogs are 9-0 ‘OVER’ this season revenging a loss in which they scored 75 or more points.  LSU 11-2 ‘OVER’ on the road this season plus 22-10 ‘OVER’ in the role of an underdog the past three years.

Maingate Group now 26-11 w/ 25* or higher since Auburn beat Alabama on November 30th 

16-3 Football/10-8 NCAA Hoops w/ all 25* or higher since 11/30  

Animal 38-21-1 NCAA Majors last 40 days in 2019 (see list below)

Animal 64-43 Hoop Majors from Feb 1st thru Title Game in 2018

Animal 61-34 NCAA 5*’s last 7 years

Service plays in RED 46-24-4 ATS last 26 days of College Hoops in 2018 on MC.

Maingate 21-0-1 from March 7th thru NCAA Title game 25*/15* plays in 2018!  

Maingate Group 10-8 so far in NCAA Hoop 25* plays

Since November 30th when Maingate had 35* Auburn over Alabama as Game of the Year now 16-3 w/ 35* and 25* plays and 10-8 w/ NCAA Hoop 25* plays

1/19:  25* SF 49ers -8…..37-20….. WIN

1/12:  25* Green Bay -4…..28-23…..WIN

1/5:    25* Seattle/Philly ‘UNDER’ 45….17-9….WIN

1/4:    25* New England ‘OVER’ 45….21-13….LOSS

1/1:    25* Baylor +4 1/2….14-26…..LOSS

12/29: 25* SF 49ers -3….26-21….WIN

12/28: 25* Clemson -2 1/2….29-23…WIN

12/27: 25* Air Force -2 1/2….31-21….WIN

12/24: 25* BYU -2…34-38….LOSS

12/22: 25* KC -6……26-3….WIN

12/21: 25* SF/Rams ‘OVER’ 45….34-31….WIN

12/15:  25* Vikings/Chargers ‘OVER’ 45….39-10….WIN

12/14:  25* Kansas -23…NCAA Hoops..98-57…WIN

12/12:  25* Baltimore ‘OVER’ 23 1st half…21-7 @ half….WIN

12/11:  25* LA Chargers -3….45-10…..WIN

12/10:  35* Clemson -28 1/2…62-17….WIN

12/2:    25* Seattle -2 1/2…37-30….WIN

12/1:    25* Houston Texans +3 1/2……28-22…..WIN

11/30:  35* Auburn +3 1/2..48-45…WIN

Remember guys, Maingate Group is the service that hit 21 straight in March Madness two years ago

10* Totals Club now 12-5 last 17 rated w/ LSU/Clemson ‘OVER’ in title game

2/2:      10* SF/KC ‘OVER’ 53……..31-20…..LOSS

1/13:   10* Clemson/LSU ‘OVER’ 65 1/2…..42-25….WIN

1/2:     10* Cincinnati/BC ‘OVER’ 53….38-6….LOSS

12/29: 10* New England/Miami ‘OVER’ 45….27-24….WIN

12/28: 10* LSU/Okla ‘OVER’ 76….63-28….WIN

12/26: 10* Pittsburgh Univ ‘OVER’ 49….34-30….WIN

12/22: 10* Baltimore ‘OVER’ 49.  31-15….LOSS

12/21: 10* New England ‘OVER’ 37…24-17…34-31….WIN

12/16: 10* New Orleans ‘OVER’ 48 1/2….34-7…LOSS

12/15: 10* Pittsburgh ‘UNDER’ 37…..17-10….WIN

12/8:   10* New England ‘UNDER’ 49….23-16…..WIN

12/7:   10* Clemson ‘OVER’ 56….62-17….WIN

12/6:   10* Oregon ‘OVER’ 45 1/2….37-15….WIN

12/1:   10* NY Jets ‘OVER’ 42 1/2….22-6….LOSS

11/30:  10* Wyoming ‘UNDER’ 41 1/2…..17-7….WIN

11/29:  10* Buffalo Univ ‘OVER’ 53 1/2….49-30….WIN

11/28:  10* Dallas ‘UNDER’ 47…..26-15….WIN

Animal 38-21-1 last 40 Days w/ NCAA Majors missing Texas Tech in OT Monday

4/8: 4* Texas Tech +1 1/2  Loss

4/6: 5* Auburn/UVA ‘OVER’ 132  Loss

4/5: 4* Liscomb +2  Loss

4/2: 4* Lipscomb -1  WIN

3/31: 4* Ky ‘OVER’ 142 1/2  WIN

3/30: 4* Gonzaga ‘OVER’ 136 1/2  WIN

3/29: 4* Duke ‘OVER’ 143  WIN

3/29: 4 1/2* UNC -5 1/2  Loss

3/28: 4* Oregon +8 1/2  WIN

3/26: 4 1/2* Wichita State +4 1/2 WIN

3/25: 4* West Va -10  Loss

3/24: 4* Houston -6  WIN

3/23 4 1/2* Villanova +3 1/2  Loss

3/23: 4* Kentucky -5  WIN

3/22: 4 1/2* Wisconsin ‘OVER’ 116 1/2  WIN

3/21: 4* Gonzaga ‘OVER’ 152  Loss

3/21: 4* Belmont +3  WIN

3/21: 4* Auburn -5 1/2  Loss

3/20: 4* Alabama ‘UNDER’ 144  Loss thanks to OT

3/19: 4 1/2* Hofstra +9  WIN

3/19: 4* Belmont -3  WIN

3/17: 4 1/2* Auburn/Tenn ‘OVER’ 144:  WIN

3/16: 4 1/2* Wichita State +5 1/2  WIN

3/16: 4* Kentucky -1 1/2  Lose

3/15: 4* Xavier +7 1/2  WIN

3/15: 4* South Carolina +8 Loss by 9

3/15: 4* St Bonaventure ‘UNDER’ 130  WIN

3/14: 4* Wichita State -11  WIN

3/14: 4* Duquesne +2  Loss

3/14: 4* Fla State +1  WIN

3/13: 4* Texas A&M -3 1/2  WIN

3/13: 4* Air Force -11  WIN

3/12: 4 1/2* Gonzaga -8 1st half/-14 game (split action).  Loss

3/12: 4* Georgia Tech +2  Loss

3/11: 4* Hofstra ‘OVER’ 147  WIN

3/11: 4* Hofstra -10 1/2 Loss

3/10: 4* Penn State -8  WIN

3/9: 4* Washington -2 in the 1st half.  Loss

3/9: 4 1/2* Ky ‘OVER’ 128.  Loss

3/9: 4* Boston College +3 1/2 Loss

3/8: 4* Drake ‘UNDER’ 140. Push.  86 in 2nd half after 54 in 1st half

3/7: 4 1/2* Houston -12 1/2  Loss by 1.5 points

3/6: 4* Clemson ‘UNDER’ 133 WIN

3/6: 4* Dayton -6 1/2 1st half  WIN

3/5:  4* Miami Ohio/Kent ‘UNDER’ 144 WIN

3/5: 4* Wisconsin-Green Bay -3  WIN

3/3: 4* Texas Tech -4 1/2 1st half  WIN

3/2: 4 1/2* South Florida +4  WIN

3/2: 4* Stanford +1 1/2  WIN

3/1: 4 1/2* Penn State +6 1/2  WIN

3/1: 4* Houston ‘OVER’ 133 1/2  Lose by 1/2-point

3/1: 4* Utah State +1 WIN

2/27: 4* Towson State +3  WIN

2/26: 4* Northern Iowa +1 1/2  WIN

2/26: 4* Nevada ‘OVER’ 152 1/2  WIN

The Animal has flat out owned Super Bowls:

Animal 13-3 the last eight years w/ Super Bowl sides & totals.

Animal 64-43 Hoop Majors from Feb 1st thru Title Game

Animal 61-34 NCAA 5*’s last 3 years

Service plays in RED 46-24-4 ATS last 26 days of College Hoops in 2018.   

Modified Consensus is flat out scary w/ Big plays in RED:

158-103 Hoops as of 2/27/2019

Bowl Service Plays in RED finish 33-16 on season w/ 10* Totals Club hitting 10* on Clemson ‘OVER’

December 31st, 2018.  A day that will live in infamy in the Consensus Biz!

Service plays in RED finish 16-6 on New Years Eve & New Years Day combined.  That’s 33-16 in all Bowls in RED this postseason! 

& what a football season J.J. is having.  86-48 in NCAA Football including 10-4 in Bowls!  

HOOPS, HOOPS, HOOPS 2018 recap:

Maingate 21-0-1 from March 7th thru NCAA Title game 25*/15* plays

Animal 64-43 Hoop Majors from Feb 1st thru Title Game

Animal 61-34 NCAA 5*’s last 3 years

Service plays in RED 46-24-4 ATS last 26 days of College Hoops in 2018

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Analysis of Warriors -4 in NBA finale:

I didn’t want to lay double-digits with Golden State in the first two games and split.  Then in game #3 my gut told me not to trust the Cavaliers over four quarters and use them early. Unfortunately they miraculously blew an eight-point lead with two minutes to go in the first quarter @ -1 and the end result was a push and naturally covered the first half. As a buddy who is an on-line oddsmaker said “it’s amazing how much respect a home team gets when trailing 2-0” referring to the fact the Cavs were actually favored in the first quarter and pick’em in the first half in game #3 despite being an underdog in the game of more than three-points.  Needless to say, quite unusual, and only in the playoffs. Now another strange intangible tonight.  For the first time in this series the two teams play with just one day off so depth may play a factor and the return of Andre Iguodala to the lineup is obviously huge.  In addition I thought Cleveland wasted terrific games by Kevin Love and Rodney Hood, although despite his scoring, Hood was -12 when in the game (worst on the team). LeBron spoke yesterday about the IQ of Golden State and I would concur. Having a guy like Iguodala back makes a significant impact. He was +14 in game #3.  Golden State won by eight points despite Curry and Thompson a combined 7-of-27 for 25.9 percent.  I doubt that happens again.  LeBron did everything he could do to get others involved and I thought he had terrific help in game #3. But it still didn’t matter.  Now Golden State is a game away from accomplishing something unique in this rivalry: a four-game sweep in the finals.  That should be incentive tonight and Durant sure did have that look in his eye of an assassin ready to finish the job.  I figured if the Cavaliers had any fight left it would have showed up in game #3 and it did for all but the final two minutes before talent prevailed as usual.  I wonder how many Cavaliers tonight really want to extend this series and travel back to the bay area for a game #5. LeBron played all but 70 seconds of game #3.  How fatigued must he be playing on one day of rest with his three-point shot abandoning his arsenal on Wednesday night. Curry hit nine three-pointers in game #2 and then was 1-for-10 from beyond the arc two nights ago. Yet the Warriors still beat the Cavaliers for the 10th time in the last 11 meetings.  I know Cleveland is 7-2 in elimination games since 2015 and that includes three wins in these playoffs. Last year Cleveland forced a fifth game in this exact same scenario and hit 24 three-point shots in game #4.  Golden State will undoubtedly be a double-digit favorite in game #5 should it be necessary and since I have yet to take them this series, I’ll back them tonight at this discounted price and figure while it won’t be easy, talent should once again prevail in the end.  I caught -4 at 5dimes.com.

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Season #41 and what a journey DESPITE Covid-19!  

2020 has been unusual to say the least.  Our last day together was March 12th when St. John’s walked off the court at MSG at halftime in the opening round of the Big East Tournament.  I would have never dreamed to be off for almost six months!  A bit of history:  So my 1st night in the biz was in October of 1980. Game #1 of the Kansas City/Philadelphia World Series.  That was opening night for “Dial Sports” in a garage in Huntingdon Valley, PA and right outside of Philly.  I was the ‘producer’ and the late Mickey Charles was the on-air host.  I never would have dreamed a 21-year old kid who loved to write and gamble would still be in the business four decades later.  But once I found the passion, it was unstoppable.  I’m still as hungry as ever trying to find winners.  Let’s make season #41 very, very special! 

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2020 Modified Consensus-FOOTALL..it’s here!

New Blood on the panel this fall for Football 2020.  All the details on the Premium Page. It begins on September 3rd and ends in early February with the Super Bowl. FINALLY, we get re-started after almost six weeks off because of the Pandemic!  Hope to have you aboard!  Mark

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