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College Football Week 3 Analyst Standings (ATS)

By: Jack Fredericks

After a Week 2 ritualistic beatdown, you crack squad of lonely college football analysts turned in a respectable Week 3. Jack went 4-2 after absolutely cleaning up in the late games. Nate checked in at 3-3 with the holy trinity of early picks. If you missed it, you can read Nate’s Week 3 Pick Six here. We’ve included our standings below. Don’t look now. We’re climbing back to that 50% wining percentage so we can actually take home some theoretical scratch.

Thru Week 3 RecordsWinsLossesPushWinning %

Best Plays

Nate: Western Kentucky at Indiana (-6.5). Nate played Western KY +6.5.

Final Score: Western Kentucky 30 – Indiana 33

Jack: BYU at Oregon (-3.5). Jack played Oregon -3.5.

Final Score: BYU 20 – Oregon 41

Worst Plays

Nate: Kansas at Houston (-8.5). Nate played Houston -8.5.

Final Score: Kansas 48 – Houston 30

Jack: Oklahoma at Nebraska (+11). Jack played the Cornhusker +11.

Final Score: Sooner 49 – Cornhuskers 14


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  • Jack Fredericks brings his many years of experience watching lame stream sports in between campaigning for Democratic nominees in the Deep South. His expertise in gambling extends to how to lose thousands of dollars playing video blackjack, how to google “what’s a spread mean, again?” every time he has to write an analysis, and how to pick NBA games with ferocious accuracy. Jack Fredericks contributes frequently to GodzillaWins as one of the Chief Analysts. He combines his unique brand of liberal politics, gonzo humor, and refusal to do research with erudite prose to provide expert picks on games he has no business wagering.

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