Daily Best Betting Picks Saturday, November 2, 2019

by | Nov 2, 2019

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Daily Best Betting Picks
Via Week 10 of the College Football season wraps up today with a ton of interesting matchups, while 28 teams will take the ice in the National Hockey League, so check out our free betting picks of the day and get all-important betting trends and notes.

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Another loaded Saturday is upon us with plenty of interesting matchups in college football and 14 games around the National Hockey League. Likewise, there are eight games in the Association, too, so let’s take a look at the full schedule along with our best betting picks of the day:


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Oilers +155 at Penguins -175

Rangers +190 at Predators -230

Flames -135 at Blue Jackets +115

Red Wings +230 at Panthers -270

Canadiens -105 at Stars -115

Devils +165 at Hurricanes -190

Islanders +100 at Sabres -120

Senators +290 at Bruins -350

Maple Leafs -130 at Flyers +110

Blues -129 at Wild +102

Avalanche -102 at Coyotes -120

Canucks +120 at Sharks -148

Jets +185 at Golden Knights -225

Blackhawks +100 at Kings -120


Pelicans at Thunder (-3.0)

Nets at Pistons (+1.5)

Nuggets at Magic (+4.0)

Timberwolves at Wizards (-2.0)

Suns at Grizzlies (+2.0)

Raptors at Bucks (-5.0)

Hornets at Warriors (-1.0)

76ers at Trail Blazers (-1.5)  


Boston College at Syracuse (-3.0)

Buffalo at Eastern Michigan (+1.0)

Houston at UCF (-22.0)

Liberty at Massachusetts (+23.5)

Michigan at Maryland (+21.5)

NC State at Wake Forest (-7.5)

Northern Illinois at Central Michigan (+1.5)

Nebraska at Purdue (+3.5)

Old Dominion at Florida International (-17.5)

UTSA at Texas A&M (-38.5)

Akron at Bowling Green (-4.0)

Virginia Tech at Notre Dame (-17.5)

Troy at Coastal Carolina (+1.0)

Arkansas State at Louisiana-Monroe (+2.0)

Army at Air Force (-16.5)

Georgia at Florida (+6.5)

Kansas State at Kansas (+5.0)

Marshall at Rice (+11.0)

Miami-FL at Florida State (-3.0)

Middle Tennessee at Charlotte (+3.5)

Rutgers at Illinois (-20.0)

TCU at Oklahoma State (-2.5)

UNLV at Colorado State (-7.0)

UTEP at North Texas (-23.0)

Florida Atlantic at Western Kentucky (-1.0)

Mississippi State at Arkansas (+7.5)

Pittsburgh at Georgia Tech (+8.0)

Tulsa at Tulane (-10.0)

Utah at Washington (+3.0)

Wofford at Clemson (-45.0)

Oregon State at Arizona (-5.5)

Texas State at Louisiana-Lafayette (-23.0)

Cincinnati at East Carolina (+24.0)

Northwestern at Indiana (-10.0)

Ole Miss at Auburn (-19.0)

UAB at Tennessee (-13.0)

SMU at Memphis (-5.5)

Vanderbilt at South Carolina (-15.5)

Virginia at North Carolina (-2.0)

Oregon at USC (+4.0)

Colorado at UCLA (-6.5)

BYU at Utah State (-3.0)

Boise State at San Jose State (+17.0)

New Mexico at Nevada (-3.5)

Fresno State at Hawaii (-2.5)


  • New Jersey Devils vs. Carolina Hurricanes

Both New Jersey and Carolina will play back-to-back. The Devils lost to Philadelphia 4-3 in a shootout last night. The Hurricanes thrashed off Detroit 7-3. New Jersey is 4-11 on the back end of its last 15 back-to-back sets, while Carolina 10-3 in the previous 13.

The Devils are struggling defensively. They are 30th in the NHL in goals against (4.00), while Carolina is 7th (2.54). Likewise, the Hurricanes are 9th in the league in goals per game (3.46), so their offense should make a difference.

Over the last six head-to-head duels, both New Jersey and Carolina have been victorious three times. Carolina has won the previous three encounters at home. New Jersey has dropped six of its last seven road games. Give me the hosts to win even though the odds are not attractive.

  • Carolina Hurricanes -190 over New Jersey Devils


  • Denver Nuggets vs. Orlando Magic

Orlando was humiliated at home last night. The Magic lost to Milwaukee 123-91. At least, they rested key players for tonight’s clash with the Nuggets. Orlando is 4-2 SU and 4-1-1 ATS on the second night of their last six back-to-back sets.

Denver lost two straight games to Dallas 109-106 at home and New Orleans 122-107 on the road. The Nuggets will be keen to bounce back from an ugly defeat at the Pelicans. They are 6-0 SU and ATS in the last six encounters with the Magic.

Likewise, the Nuggets won five of their last six road games against the Magic. They are 5-1 ATS in that span. Denver struggles against the teams who play at the fast pace, and Orlando is tallying only 97.6 possessions per 48 minutes (tied-29th in the NBA).

Nikola Jokic has problems with physically dominant big men in the league. Nikola Vucevic is not one of those guys. I’m taking the Nuggets here.   

  • Denver Nuggets -4.0 at -110


  • UNLV Rebels vs. Colorado State Rams

The Colorado State Rams are 3-5 on the season and desperately need a win over the Rebels to keep the chance of staying bowl eligible. On the other side, the Rebels are 2-6 at the moment, and another loss would mean the end of their hopes.

Both teams have struggled defensively thus far. The Rams are surrendering 33.9 points per game (112th in the CFB), while the Rebels are allowing 34.1 points per contest (113th). However, the Rams’ are 19th in the country in total yards per game (473.9) while scoring 31.0 points (53rd).

The Rebels are tallying 24.4 points per contest (96th) on just 375.4 total yards (91st). Hereof, I would rely on the Rams’ offense to make a difference.

Likewise, the Rams are 6-0 SU and ATS in their last six home encounters with the Rebels and 7-2 SU and ATS in the previous nine meetings overall. UNLV lost five straight games as a road dog of eight or fewer points, covering once in that span. Give me the hosts to cover.

  • Colorado State Rams -7.0 at -110


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