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Rutgers off to a great start

Rutgers off to a great start

posted on September 08, 2015 by

Doc's Sports Services | Over the past 44 years, we have become known for our winning selections for college football and given our deep Wisconsin roots we have also become known for Big Ten football.

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Roll with OSU Cowboys on college football opener

Roll with OSU Cowboys on college football opener

posted on September 01, 2015 by

Doc's Sports Services | ​The NCAA kicks off a new season of football this week and again Doc’s Sports Services has teamed up with GamingToday to get you into all the action by releasing three of our strongest selections on the Week 1 slate.

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Hurricanes, Bearcats look like bowl winners

Hurricanes, Bearcats look like bowl winners

posted on December 23, 2014 by

Doc's Sports Journal | We are 26-14 this season in our top college football plays, which means $100 bettors using our Unit Betting System are up $6,240 on the year.

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Ragin' Cajuns should handle UNR

Ragin' Cajuns should handle UNR

posted on December 16, 2014 by

Doc's Sports Journal | We turned our attention to the NFL for last week’s picks and went 2-1 to pull within one victory of .500 for the season.

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Packers thinking about home field

Packers thinking about home field

posted on December 09, 2014 by

Doc's Sports Services | As we come to the close of action in NFL Week 15, we ended-up a bit below .500 on the year at 21-23-1 after going 1-2 in this past Saturday’s college football picks.

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