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Auto Lotto Processor Review

by Jency William (2019-04-05)

You can bet on... Indiana has improved its win Auto Lotto Processor total in each of the last three seasons and doing it for a fourth straight year is a definite possibility. It's up to the defense as the offense should be able to move the ball and keep games within reach. The Hoosiers have gone a money-burning 22-42-1 against the number since 2000 including a putrid 15-37 ATS record as a dog. In conference action, Indiana has posted 2-6 ATS records in four of the last six years and for that to improve, it has to be able to stop the opposition. That is not likely going to happen as the Hoosiers have allowed at least 31.2 ppg in each of the last four years. Going against a potent Western Michigan offense in the opener should tell us a lot. My specialty conference is back for the 15th year in a row in the handicapping business. Going 66% ATS in 2005 in the Big 12 overall in football, and 68% with Big 12 Bowl teams last year, specialization is truly to the key to success. With a 63% lifetime ATS record in this conference, I look for numerous opportunities again in 2006 from this conference. First up, my Big 12 North report, where my beloved Huskers (I am from Lincoln, NE), look to regain their national stature as in years past as the transition period with ex-Raider head coach Bill Callahan is now complete and many pieces to the puzzle are filled in for Nebraska, including a come from behind Alamo Bowl win last year in dramatic fashion over Big 10 powerhouse Michigan. Some changes are in the wind in the Big 12 North with Bill Snyder out at Kansas State and Gary Barnett gone at Colorado, which was long overdue. Lets rank it and break it down for 2006, from first to worst in the Big 12 North. Nebraska Cornhuskers.