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Free Sports Handicapper Picks Baylor-Iowa State Against the Spread Odds

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Wrapping up another great college football betting season with nine straight bowl side winners and 11-2 overall to end the campaign, Joe Duffy’s Picks continues another sweep basketball betting season. Here is an actual premium pick:

BAYLOR +6.5 Iowa State

Though the Bears are playing their first true road game, they have beaten then third-ranked Kentucky on a neutral court. Talk about a brutal stretch for Iowa State. They are off opening conference season on the road, but also over the next six days play at Oklahoma and host Kansas.

Baylor has won 17 of its last 18 games overall, with the lone loss to Syracuse, which is ranked No. 2 by the AP. Bench strength pays big dividends in big games. Nine Baylor players average 14+ minutes per game, and the Baylor bench is averaging 30.9 points per game.

The Cyclones were also outrebounded for the second straight game and they go up against a tremendous rebounding team in the Bears.

Tonight’s premium picks: Joe Duffy’s Picks finishes bowl season with nine straight winning picks on sides and 11-2 with all bowl plays. We go 3-1 overall last night with Marist joining Auburn and Auburn UNDER. Get college and NBA picks up for Tuesday. Our Big 12 Game of the Month, which is obviously a Wise Guy, leads a 4-0 college and NBA sweep.

Joe Duffy's Picks has BAYLOR plus the points.

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