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Docs Sports Journal | Doc’s selections last week for GamingToday were a mixed bag with an overall record of 1-2. Before turning our full attention to the NFL for the rest of the year, our goal is to get this record back over .500 with a clean sweep.view
Doc's Sports Journal | The Ohio State Buckeyes are just one more SU victory away from a second-straight undefeated season. They are ranked third in the nation behind an offense that is scoring an average of 48.7 ppg and a defense ranked eighth.view
Docs Sports Journal | Looking back at Saturday’s picks, Illinois put up enough of a fight to cover as a 34-point home underdog to Ohio State, but Nebraska proved to be no match for Michigan State in a 41-28 loss as 5½-point underdogs at home.view
Doc's Sports Service | Ohio State is coming off a bye week after routing Purdue 56-0 as a 31½-point favorite on the road. The Buckeyes continue to churn their way toward a Big Ten Championship in hopes a slip-up at the top of the rankings will open the doorview
Doc's Sports Service | It looks like Wisconsin is not going to win the Big Ten Leaders Division this season, but after stringing together three straight victories it is still in position for a strong finish with four very winnable games left on the slate.view