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Rolls Royce Service

Sept 8th, 2010  





  One week in the books and already Phantom Sports Picks clients are up thousands of dollars. Jason Thane’s Monday’s plays split, but it was the weaker selection of Navy that went down while his Rolls Royce play on Boise State came back late to keep that service undefeated.


   So far this season, Rolls Royce members have won with:


                        South Carolina (-13 ½) over Southern Mississippi


                        Kentucky (-3) over Louisville


                        Boise State (+1 ½) over Virginia Tech


  A fourth play was either a win or a push as UNLV (+20 or +21) fell to Wisconsin by 20. Depending on the line the got in that game, Rolls Royce members are either 3-0-1 or 4-0.


                        TRENDS FOR THIS WEEKEND’S GAMES


  UTEP needs to step up its games when it travels to Houston this week. The Miners are a lousy 1-5 against the spread in their last 6 road games.


   A patsy? San Jose State is just 2-9-1 as a dog of 8 points or more in it’s the last 12 games in which that scenario occurred.


   What rivalry? Iowa State is 5-0 against the spread when facing cross state rival Iowa the last 5 years.


  Double trend out west—Stanford is 8-2 against the spread in their last 12 games against UCLA. And this Pac 10 matchup has gone “under” the totals in 7 of the last 8 meetings.

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                        NFL OPENS AND WE’RE READY

   The computer’s been fed the raw date. The scouts from across the country have reported back in. And the handicappers are working on the final numbers.


  When the NFL opens this week, Phantom Sports Picks is ready to win from the start. And, this weekend, we see at least 3 BIG NFL PLAYS going through to Monday Night’s ESPN Double Header of the Raven at the Jets and the Chargers at the Chiefs.