Hlastradamus: On an other-worldly roll
Three straight 4-1 weeks for the savvy seer
It's great to be great.
For the third-straight week, Hlastradamus went 4-1 against the Nevada numbers. Click on the link, see how fortuitous the prophet's words were. It's a testament to the power of psychic power.
Hlastradamus began this year 4-11 after three weeks. There was a problem with security, and that's all he can say about that period. But since then, he is a breathtaking 27-12-1 for a season-total of 31-23-1. That's so money.
If you've been a blind follower these last three weeks, congratulations. Beats buying Twitter stock, doesn't it?
Now, for this week's gold nuggets, playing five favorites and throwing a pile o' points.
Wisconsin -23.5 vs. Indiana. The Hoosiers have a nice offense. But how, how, how will they stop Wisconsin from scoring any time the Badgers have the ball. Hot knife, meet butter.
Oklahoma -24 vs. Iowa State. It's a lot of points, and Oklahoma has problems of its own. But has there been any good news out of the Cyclones' camp since they beat Tulsa on Sept. 26? Well, obviously not.
Oregon -27 vs. Utah. Someone has to pay for the Ducks losing at Stanford last week, and that someone is a team that is 1-5 in the Pac-12, the Utes.
South Carolina -13.5 vs. Florida. The Gators are a bruised, battered team going nowhere. Not even to the Gator Bowl.
Kansas State -10.5 vs. TCU. K-State is playing real good ball lately. TCU is not, and is on its second road trip north in as many weeks.