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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
Doc's Sports Journal | Last week’s picks got off to a rough start with Boise State losing to BYU 37-20 as a 7.5-point road underdog on Friday night, but we went 2 for 2 on Saturday’s selections. Here are this week’s selections.view
Doc's Sports Service | The Boise State Broncos improved to 5-2 straight-up with this past Saturday’s 34-17 victory over Nevada, but they could not cover as 23½-point favorites at home.view
Doc's Sports Service | The showdown between Clemson and Florida State is not only Clemson’s shot at taking control of the ACC title race, but its chance to put itself right in the middle of the BCS title game picture.view
Doc's Sports Service | The Michigan Wolverines climbed to No. 18 in the latest AP poll after beating Minnesota 42-13 this past Saturday as an 18½-point favorite at home. It moved to a perfect 5-0 SU and 3-2 ATS.view