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Pro handicapper Bill Krackomberger became the second entrant to produce a 5-0 mark in the sixth annual Brawl For It All. Two-time Brawl champion Nick Pellegrino was the first to go perfect, doing it in Week 4.

Krackenberger has an overall 14-6 record, good for a 70 percent win average. The Krack Man is one of five on the esteemed panel hitting over 60 percent of their selections. The others are Vegas Runner (17-8, 68%), Tom Barton 16-9 (64%), Brady Kannon (15-10, 60%); and Chuck Edel (15-10, 60%).

Some of the top consensus plays for Week are Marshall -24.5; Louisville +9.5; New Mexico +4.5; Boston College +3; Green Bay/Miami OV 49; Baltimore Ravens -3; New England Patriots -3 and San Francisco 49ers -3.5.

Here is the complete list of selections from the panel.

(Lines c/o Westgate Las Vegas Superbook as of Thursday afternoon).

Tom Barton, pro handicapper: Oklahoma State -20.5; Ravens -3; Patriots -3; Steelers +1.5; Fresno St/Unlv UN 66

Nick Pellegrino, GT contributing writer: GB/Miami OV 49; Chi/Atlanta OV 54; Patriots -3; Ravens -3; 49ers -3.5.

Brady Kannon, past LV SuperContest champ: Bears +3; Cowboys +8; Colts -3; Chargers -7; Ravens -3. 

Bill Krackomberger, pro handicapper: UTEP -2.5; New Mexico +4.5; Texas Tech +6; Boston Col +3; Oklahoma -13.5

Chuck Edel, pro handicapper: C. Michigan +9; New Mexico +4.5; Kansas +20.5; W. Michigan PK; UCLA +2.5.

Mark Mayer, GT sports editor: Marshall -24.5; Louisville +9.5; Bengals -7; Vikings +1.5; Boston Col +3.

Andy Iskoe, pro handicapper, Louisville +9.5; U of Washington +3.5; UL Monroe +21.5; Bengals -7; 49ers -3.5.

Chris Andrews, past R/S director Reno: Auburn -2.5; Ga. Southern -22.5; Air Force +7; Arkansas +10; Atlanta -3.  

Scott Pritchard, pro handicapper: Texans +3; Jets +9.5; Dolphins +3.5; Panthers +7; Raiders +7.

Ken Thomson, SportsXradio: Texas A&M -1.5; Iowa St -2.5; U of Arizona +2.5; GB/Miami OV 49; Oregon/Ucla OV 69.

Ramon Scott, East County Sports San Diego: Alabama/Arkansas OV 55.5; UNC/N. Dame OV 64.5; Broncos -9.5; Marshall -24.5; Syracuse +24.

Bob Christ, NFL analyst: Louisville +9.5; San Diego St -4.5; TCU +8.5; Notre Dame -16.5; LSU -1.5.

Vegas Runner, pro handicapper: NYG/Philly UN 51; Browns -1.5; Eagles -2.5; Dolphins +3.5; Jets +9.5

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Mark Mayer has over 35 years covering sports events and is the sports editor at GT. Reach him at [email protected].

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