My Week 11 Free Analysis sides were 10-11 ATS and 3-3 on differences form the line of 4 points or more. The totals were 10-12 (1-0 on differences or 6 points or more, which are historically profitable). For the season, the Free Analysis sides are just 87-100-1 (26-27 on differences of 4 points or more) while totals are 91-102-4 (12-9 on differences from the line of 6 points or more).

 

The Free Analysis hasn’t been as good as it usually is so far this season but the Best Bets and Strong Opinions are winning and I expect the results of the Free Analysis to turn around given the long term record of profitability.

 

Last season, the Free Analysis sides were 288-262-10, and 81-70-5 on games with a difference or 4+ points from the spread. Totals were just 289-298-9 but a profitable 39-28 on differences of 6 points or more (28-11 the final 9 weeks).

 

The record on all Free Analysis sides is now 2002-1790-73 ATS since 2013, which is very good picking nearly every game over 7-plus years. The Free Analysis sides in which my predicted margin was 4 points or more away from the line are a profitable 676-570-27. Totals on the Free pages are now 1732-1698-30 in the 6-plus seasons I’ve been tracking them.

 

The spreads posted are the consensus lines at the time I posted each analysis.

With College Basketball starting this week I won’t have time to do writeups on the Free Analysis games. Just as much work was put into adjusting the math model to get the projected scores.

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