Bet $20 On Marshall v. Louisiana And Get $150 Regardless Of The Outcome

HUNTINGTON, WV - DECEMBER 18: Marshall Thundering Herd quarterback Grant Wells (8) throws a pass during the fourth quarter of the 2020 Ryan C-USA Football Championship Game between the UAB Blazers and the Marshall Thundering Herd on October 24, 2020, at Joan C. Edwards Stadium in Huntington, WV. (Photo by Frank Jansky/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

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  4. Finally, place a $20 on any spread, Moneyline, or total on this game and get $150 back… win or lose.

My Take:

rubs eyes The UNIVERSITY of Louisiana at sixteen? This Ragin’ Cajuns team puts up POINTS. As it stands, they are averaging 406 yards a game; they are basically set up like your Madden team from the third grade. Their defense? Piss poor. They have eight takeaways on the entire year, and they allow like a billion points per game. While Louisiana might be on a twelve-game winning streak, they are also pretty bad against the spread. They are only 2-5 against the spread in the last seven games. They’ve let some pretty bad teams keep it a little too close for comfort, which is going to happen with their brand of offensive football. My take? Marshall might not win this game, but I like them to cover. The Thundering Herd is 7-2 against the spread in their last nine, they might not have many wins, but much like my drunk Irish uncle on Thanksgiving, they don’t go down without a fight.

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