Wade Moseman for Doc's Sports. Since 1971 Doc’s Sports has been recognized as one of the leaders and most trusted names in sports handicapping. For the past 10 year Doc’s has assembled some of the finest experts in the country for its “team approach” to the handicapping industry and has consistently been one of the top finishers on most major sports picks websites including their own at www.docsports.com.
Doc’s Sports is celebrating their 45th year in the sports handicapping industry and giving GamingToday readers $60 worth member picks free with no obligation. Visit www.GTfree60.com.
Doc's Sports Services | The 2017 college football season is off to a great start, but when it came to our Week 2 picks for GamingToday we took it on the chin in Stanford’s 42-24 loss to USC as a 6-point road underdog.view
Doc's Sports Services | Looking back at our Week 1 picks, Northern Illinois failed to force a “push” by a half-point in a tight 23-20 loss to Boston College on Friday night. In the first of two Saturday picks, we had Michigan as a four-point favorite in the Wolverines’ 33-17 romp against Florida.view
Doc's Sports Services | We closed out our weekly college football picks for GamingToday on a bit of a down note at 1-2 following a 7-2 hot streak over the previous three weeks. This left us 22-19-1 with GamingToday over the 14-week college football run.view
Doc's Sports Services | The Horned Frogs will look to finish the season on a strong note after knocking off Texas, 31-9, last Friday as three-point road underdogs. TCU has gone 17-4 straight-up in its last 21 home games.view