Sports Picks Info Podcast Betting Predictions 11/27/2019

November 27, 2019

Sports Picks Info Podcast Betting Predictions 11/27/2019

Tony Brown and Damian Sosh guests on the Sports Pick Info Podcast Show with Tony T. They offer picks, predictions and previews from the NCAAF, NFL and NBA.

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Wednesday 11-27-2019
Memphis vs. NC State
NC State -1 with o/u 161
Game played in Brooklyn
Memphis a young team for Penny Hardaway with good freshman class. They do have a loss to Oregon and notable home win to Ole Miss by 1
NC State after an opening loss to Georgia Tech at home in overtime have won five straight all at home to weak opponents.
Texas Tech vs. Iowa
Texas Tech -5 with o/u 147
Game in Las Vegas
Red Raiders 5-0 facing weak opponents
Hawkeyes a notable 93-78 defeat at home to DePaul.
College Football Thursday
Ole Miss at Mississippi St
Mississippi St -2.5 with o/u 58
Bulldogs at 5-6 one win away from bowl eligibility. They are 3-3 at home.
Ole Miss will miss a bowl game at 4-7. They keep close enough with teams to cover with six covers in seven SEC games.
7:15PM ET—Damian Sosh
Buccaneers at Jaguars
Tampa Bay -1 with o/u 47.5
Both teams sit at 4-7. Jaguars three straight defeats all by 20 or more points.
Bucs had lost five of six prior to their 35-20 road win at Atlanta.
Raiders at Chiefs
KC -10 with o/u 51
Raiders took a blow to their playoff chances with a 34-3 loss at the Jets to break a three game win streak.
Chiefs coming off a bye week after their 24-17 win at Mexico City to the LA Chargers. They hold a one game lead on the Raiders in the division and with a win will have the tiebreaker after a win at Oakland.
Quick Hitters
Redskins at Panthers
Carolina -10 with o/u 39.5
49ers at Ravens
Baltimore -6 with o/u 47
Jets at Bengals
New York -3 with o/u 41

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