Grossman’s Gambling Guide-CFB Week 2 & Christmas for Degenerates!

What a fucking weekend this is going to be! You have college games tonight and all day tomorrow, plus the first week of NFL and fantasy football on Sunday! It’s like Christmas for degenerates! A gambler’s wet fuckin dream!

Last week was a great week. The only ATS loss I took was on a fucking horrible beat by goddamn Northwestern, but other than that it was a real good week and I am back to win you schmucks some more money, and for those who don’t believe in me yet, peep my numbers below!

Overall ATS-8-2

Overall O/U-5-1

Ohio @ Pittsburgh -4

Pitt got steamrolled last week against Virginia. They kept the game close for a half but got blow the fuck out in the second half. Virginia is a conference opponent and Ohio is not Virginia. Ohio opened up with a win over Rhode Island last week, but URI is an FCS team and Pitt is an ACC team trying to get to a bowl game. Kenny Pickett faced one of the 4 best defenses in the ACC last week and it showed. He threw 2 picks and looked fucking turrible. That will not happen this week. Plus they are wearing these fuckin fire Unis! I’m laying Pitt and the points!

Pittsburgh -4

Texas A&M @ Clemson -16.5

These 2 teams met last year in a classic! Texas A&M almost knocked the Tigers out of the CFB Playoff conversation, but Clemson squeaked by 28-26. Texas A&M struggled to move the ball in the ground last week against Texas St. and it’s only going to get harder this week. This Clemson defense is still insane even with all the pieces they lost. Trevor Lawrence is in line for a huge bounce back game and I usually do not like these big spreads, but I am taking Clemson in a blow out here.

Clemson -16.5

Nebraska -4 @ Colorado

There is a lot of hype for Nebraska this year. I didn’t understand it before the season, and I still don’t understand after a less than convincing week 1 win over South Alabama. I get it Scott Frost is supposed to be the savior, but they looked fucking awful last week. Adrian Martinez had some Heisman hype before last week, but he really struggled and did not look the part. Colorado boasts a senior QB, Steven Montez, who broke all kinds of Colorado records last year, along with explosive RB Alex Fontenot. This is one of the biggest home games Colorado has this year and they are going to come to play!

Colorado +4

LSU -6.5 @ Texas

The last time these two teams met was the 2003 Cotton Bowl. Texas was coached by Mack Brown and LSU was coached by Nick Saban. A lot has changed sinced then, but this is definitely the fucking game of the week! There have been rumblings that LSU might be the team to leapfrog Alabama and Georgia this year. They are extremely talented and they have the fucking man, Coach O! I actually like them to win the game but this is a huge spread considering the game is in Austin. Sam Ehlinger will keep this game close.

Texas +6.5

Syracuse @ Maryland -1.5

I know last week was against Howard, but still 79 points takes some kind of talent on offense. Josh Jackson is ready to get this team competing in the Big 10 and leads them to an upset at home over a ranked Syracuse team.

Maryland -1.5

Syracuse @ Maryland O/U 58

Maryland put up 79 last week. Cuse only put up 24, but Tommy Devito is capable of putting some points up. This one should be a shootout and should hit the over late 3rd/early 4th quarter.

Over 58

San Diego St. @ UCLA O/U 45.5

UCLA’s offense couldn’t do shit last week against Cincy’s stout D. This week they do not have to worry about Cincy. Chip Kelly will have that offense back on track against SDSU at home.

Over 45.5

Arkansas @ Ole Miss O/U 50.5

Both of these offenses struggled a little bit last week. I think some of the rust will wear off and I think these offenses will be moving up and down the field this week, especially since neither of the defenses are top tier Ds in the country.

Over 50.5

Well that does it for CFB week 2. Place your bets and cash your tickets next week! Keep trusting in me and I will continue to provide the fucking goods for all of you!

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