Jak Jones (@2.1) vs Mark Joyce (@1.72)

Our Prediction:

Mark Joyce will win

Jak Jones – Mark Joyce Match Prediction | 23-09-2019 21:30

Cal is 21-45 ATS in its last 66 games with a line of +3 to -3. They were outgained by both Washington and North Texas despite winning those games. Their luck runs out this weekend. The Golden Bears are 0-4 ATS in their last four non-conference games. They only beat North Texas by 6 as 14-point home favorites last week.

Then they failed to cover as 55.5-point favorites against New Mexico State and as 26-point favorites against South Carolina in their two games since. They only led Duke 14-3 at halftime as 33.5-point favorites but outscored them 28-0 in the second half to cover. Alabama is fortunate not to be 0-3 ATS this season.


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Georgia Tech failed going into the end zone at the 1-yard line which proved to be the difference in covering or not. Clemson beat Georgia Tech by 38 as 36.5-point favorites in the opener. Clemson then failed to cover as 16.5-point favorites in a 14-point win over Texas A&M.

The Crimson Tide are in a SEC sandwich game here. They just won their SEC opener last week at South Carolina, and now they step out of conference for a game against Southern Miss before dipping back into SEC action next week against Ole Miss. This is one of my favorite spots to fade Alabama.

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They only had 76 rushing yards on 25 attempts against South Carolina for 3.0 yards per carry. Their rushing attack only produced 145 yards on 42 carries against Duke for 3.5 yards per carry. Theres been several concerns about Alabama despite the easy schedule thus far. Defensively, the Crimson Tide have allowed at least 100 rushing yards in all three games this season.

Thats an Appalachian State team that has been one of the best Group of 5 teams in the country in recent years. And they went on the road and only lost 41-56 at Appalachian State as 23.5-point dogs in Week 2. Not to mention, Charlotte looks pretty good. They beat Gardner Webb 49-28 at home in their opener.

Theres a reason a 1-2 Tulsa team is favored over a 3-0 Wyoming team Saturday. And if not for the records, Tulsa would be a much bigger home favorite. But I think we are getting a ton of value here because of the records on Tulsa, and thats why Ive made this my 25* CFB Non-Conference GAME OF THE YEAR.


Mond is completing 65% of his passes and has accounted for seven total touchdowns already. No question the Aggies have the clear advantage at quarterback with Kellen Mond in this one. Mond has certainly played a lot better at home than he has on the road in his career.

The Golden Hurricane are only allowing 28.0 points and 386 yards per game this season. Tulsas offense is better than it has shown due to the tough schedule, but the defense has really impressed me the most. They are one of the most improved defensive teams in the country the last few years.

Selt was the only remaining player who had previously won a ranking event (the 2019 Indian Open). After the round-of-16, no player qualifying for the quarter-finals was ranked in the top 20 in the world.[10] With a ranking of 21, Yan Bingtao was the highest ranked player in the quarter-finals.[10] The quarter-finals, semi-finals, and finals were all played on 28 July.[4] In the quarter-finals, Joyce, who was world rank 54, defeated Carrington 41 to advance to the semi-finals, marking his best performance in a ranking event. Matthew Selt defeated Mark King 41 to reach the semi-final. After defeating Lyu Haotian and Thepchaiya Un-Nooh in previous rounds, Kurt Maflin defeated Luo Honghao 41, reaching his third career semi-final.

Adding to the motivation for the Aggies is the fact that they want revenge from a 24-28 road loss at Auburn last year. Texas A&M led that game 24-7 in the 4th quarter, but gave up 21 unanswered points to lose a heartbreaker.

But Stanford played without starting QB KJ Costello against USC, and he means everything to them. The betting public wants nothing to do with Stanford now after they went on the road and got blown out 20-45 by USC and 27-45 by UCF in back-to-back weeks.