As I've said plenty of times in the past, the BetQL model is just ridiculously good at making sports picks. I know what you're thinking, as you you probably always think when someone advertises something to you. "He's just saying that because they are paying him." Ive thought the same way about advertisements before, but here is the difference. I am literally being paid to share data and analysis with our audience, no matter what that may be. Does the model lose? Yes, it does sometimes. Nothing can be 100%, it's just impossible unless you have a Grey's Sports Almanac from Back to the Future Part ll.
However, the model does win at a very high rate on many different types of bets, and I'm just here to talk about some that stand out. Ask our subscribers and you'll see just how great the model is and its ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ bets, as well as all of our info and analysis that we love writing up for you guys. Nebraska and Minnesota were lined at 48.5 at most sportsbooks when it closed. The model said hammer the over, and boom, we got a 30-23 final score.
The books had this game lined like an average scoring NFL game, and I don't know what they were thinking here. These two defenses are bad, and I'm assuming they just didn't have any faith in the offenses or the two head coaches. I can't exactly say I blame them for that, but the game was still lined too low.
If Connor Culp didn't have such a stinker in the game for the Huskers, missing a 27-yard attempt and shanking an extra point, the game could have turned out differently. Culp was the reining Big Ten Kicker of the Year, so to see this performance from him was unexpected. Head Coach Scott Frost, who should probably be fired at this point for his many failings at Nebraska, elected to go for it on fourth down instead of kick multiple times in Minnesota territory. Getting sick of this team blowing late chances.
Minnesota just keeps finding running backs who like to destroy the competition. Last year's Big Ten leading rusher Mohamed Ibrahim went down in Week 1 to a season-ending injury, so Trey Potts replaced him. Potts had three straight 100-yard performances before he also went down to a season-ending injury. So naturally, here comes Bryce Williams, the third-string back. He casually rushes for 127 yards on 17 carries. This is like a factory of mass production at this point.
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