Bet $10 On Kansas vs. Duke & Get $200 Back When A TD Is Scored

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I’m old enough to remember when these teams were basketball schools, and now we are sitting here talking about them in September. Okay, maybe I’m getting ahead of myself, but still! Duke has improved from having the worst defense in division one, to giving up a respectable 4.86 yards per play. In his first full year at the helm, Mike Elko has transitioned the Blue Devils to a level Caitlyn Jenner’s surgeon hasn’t even seen. Elko appointed the starting quarterback position to sophomore Riley Leanord, and it’s paying wonders. Leonard has Duke third in the ACC in offensive efficiency and sits third himself in completion percentage at 72.7%. Leonard is the best quarterback Duke has had since Daniel Jones, and he’s also capable with his legs as he’s amassed 147 rushing yards on the season so far. The Blue Devils’ over/under was set at three and a half wins, so you could say their surprising surge is smashing expectations like feminists claim Hillary Clinton smashed the glass ceiling. 

Duke may be playing some good football, but Kansas is on another level. Last weekend, the Jayhawks mauled Houston so severely that I fully expect the footage to make it on Rogan’s podcast at some point. The win also proved that Kansas is not an illusion…they are very real. It should be no surprise that Jelon Daniels, who has looked like the offspring of Mike Vick and Serena Williams, comes into this contest with the number one QBR rating in the country. Daniels led all rushers last Saturday with 123 yards on twelve carries and two touchdowns. He also completed fourteen of twenty-three pass attempts for 158 yards and three touchdown passes. What’s most impressive is that Daniels shared the love with his receivers, connecting with eleven different guys- almost more than my ex-girlfriend within a week of our breakup. Kansas had 280 yards on the ground, so the Heisman hopeful isn’t the only guy pushing this offense. This team is fighting like they’re in the plot of We Are Marshall, except *knock on wood* there’s no plane crash. Vegas likes Kansas -7.5, and I think they win by more than that. This team is a wagon. Bob the Builder couldn’t hammer the line faster than a good gambler. Take Kansas to win, cover, and take your free $200 from BetMGM!

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