Another Huge CFB Saturday Is Upon Us – September 16

With the calendar turning to another Saturday in September, that can only mean one thing – more CFB! Yes, it’s another college football Saturday and the schedule is full. A trifecta of CFB games last night gave us a little teaser to bring us into today. Our expert handicappers have been hard at work all week long getting their daily free capper picks and premium service plays ready. 

There is no other resource that can prepare you and produce more wins than Sports Hub. Each week, we break down the top CFB matchups, provide all sorts of analysis, and give readers inside information that is unlikely to be found anywhere else. We also provide a weekly picks page that gives you all of this information in one convenient location. You can find the Week 3 NCAA football picks page right HERE. It’s another of the many reasons why you should be visiting Sports Hub on a daily basis.

No Match for Sports Hub CFB Picks

Another of the big reasons why you should have bookmarked Sports Hub is the vast amount of sports picks that we bring you on a daily basis. Now, these aren’t your ordinary picks and predictions. Sports Hub has a network of some of the top handicappers in the world. In a moment, we are going to look at yesterday’s leaderboard. You are going to see just how good these guys are. If you’ve been a loyal reader of the daily report (thank you!), you will recognize the names that are consistently at the top of my leaderboard.

Another Huge CFB Saturday Is Upon Us
Sports Hub Has the Best CFB Picks Today

We have a number of elite handicappers with winning percentages of 55 to 60 percent, and even higher. Among the Sports Hub experts are a variety of CFB cappers with proven results in the sport. And, handicappers can’t hide here. It’s completely transparent here. Cappers put their picks in the system. The picks are graded and the results are posted in our system. Sports Hub members can access the numbers on our handicappers at any time. That’s the beauty of being a Sports Hub member. You can find winning picks every single day of the year, including right now during CFB season.

Super Mario Leads the Way

Yesterday was another solid day for our Sports Hub experts. Leading the charge was a guy that you have heard before – Mario Deluca. He’s been in and around the top of my leaderboard several times over the past two months. He’s having a great week and was the big winner yesterday. You should visit the members’ area to see if he has any CFB picks available. Mario has hit 9 of his last 10 picks and has hit all but one of his CFB picks in September.

Another Huge CFB Saturday Is Upon Us
Super Mario Comes Out on Top

My cousin Computer Picks is back and ready for another CFB weekend. He had a good day yesterday and had a couple of college football picks among his predictions. The Sports Hub system has dozens and dozens of CFB picks already and there will be more to come as the day progresses. If you’re not a SportsHub member, click the JOIN NOW button at the top of the page and do so. Then, you can access all of these great picks!

Let’s see how our handicappers did yesterday.

  • Super Mario: As mentioned, Mario Deluca was the big winner yesterday. He hit all three of his picks – all baseball – and won $310. Mario has been killing it lately. He’s also at the top of the 7-day and 14-day leaderboards with winnings of $807 and $1260 respectively.
  • Pro Picks – Ben: Ben has been here before too and yesterday he put in just two picks, but they were both winners. One was on the underdog Kansas City Royals at +165. With the wins, Ben pocketed $265.
  • Sports Hub wins again: Gino Russo is another SportsHub expert who has been at the top of my leaderboard in the past. Yesterday, he hit two MLB picks and won $210. Over the last three days, Gino is 5-0 with winnings of $510. He’s got one CFB pick in the system for today and may have more to come. Check him out in the members’ section.
  • Computer Picks is back: My boy Computer Picks had another solid day going 4-2 yesterday. He won $180. Each week, Computer Picks typically has a bunch of CFB picks. Keep in mind that over the last 30 days, Computer Picks is winning at a 56.40 percent clip (97-75). That will win you some money!

Prime Time and Football Trending Today

We know it’s another CFB Saturday, but this one should be even more exciting. Colorado head football coach Deion Sanders and his Buffaloes are 2-0 and they play their in-state rival Colorado State tonight. There were some words spoken about Coach Prime and it has fueled a fire. Read on to learn more about it.

Here’s what’s trending today in the sports world.

  • Celebrating greatness: Every September 15 in Pittsburgh is a special day. Yesterday was no exception. It was Roberto Clemente Day in honor of the Hall of Fame legend who picked up his 3,000th career MLB hit on the final day of the 1972 season. He was killed in a plane crash on Dec. 31 later that year. Clemente was delivering aid to earthquake victims in Nicaragua. That’s the type of person he was and we remember it every September 15.
  • The Sanders’: There may not be a family that gets dissed more than the Sanders. First, it was Coach Prime. I mentioned it yesterday when Colorado State head coach Jay Norvell took a swipe at Prime’s hat and sunglasses. Prime’s son and Colorado QB Shedeur gets it as well. So far, the disrespectors are 0-2 against the Sanders. Today, it’s likely to be 0-3.
  • College gameday: As if on cue, ESPN’s College Gameday announced that they would be doing their show from Colorado this week. Today, the show will get our CFB day started at the site of the Colorado State-Colorado game. Nothing like the opportunity to smack around your enemy on national TV.
  • NFL injuries: There are a number of big-name players that are either out or listed as questionable for Sunday. Among the biggest are Chargers RB Austin Ekeler who is doubtful. Packers RB Aaron Jones, Steelers WR Diontae Johnson, Lions OT Taylor Decker and receivers Devante Parker and DeAndre Hopkins are all among the injured.
  • Playoff blowouts: Two more WNBA playoff games. Two more double-digit victories. The Atlanta-Dallas matchup last night might have been the best of all the Game 1s so far. Dallas ended up a 94-82 winner.

CFB Heads Up Saturday Schedule

Saturday at this time of year means college football and there is a lot of it today. We kick things off with a slew of noon games. Games continue all day long until Coach Prime and Colorado look to dismantle Colorado State at 10 p.m. ET. The CFB day ends with the final kickoff of the day when UTEP visits Arizona for an 11 p.m. ET start.

Here’s what today’s sports schedule looks like.

  1. CFB: Duh! It’s Saturday. At this time of year, it’s the best day of the week (until tomorrow!) full of college football from noon until night. Today’s biggest games feature the Third Saturday in September game which, if you didn’t know, is the Tennessee-Florida SEC clash. No. 1 Georgia hosts South Carolina and later tonight, No. 18 Colorado and head coach Deion Sanders will face in-state rival Colorado State. More on Sanders later.
  2. Don’t forget about baseball: This time of year, baseball gets left behind. This is when the playoff races heat up. Tampa Bay won again last night to pull even with Baltimore in the AL East race. The two teams play again tonight. 
  1. The other football: In addition to CFB today, there is more football…the Canadian version. The CFL’s Week 15 continues with two games tonight. Winnipeg plays at Hamilton and Ottawa is at BC. Toronto clinched the East Division with a 23-20 win over Montreal last night. 
  2. Soccer: In some parts of the world, it’s not CFB Saturday. It’s soccer Saturday. There are matches in the Premier League, La Liga, and Bundesliga, which are probably the top three leagues in the world. In addition, there are 13 MLS matches today.
  3. Racing playoffs: The NASCAR Cup Series playoffs continue at Bristol Motor Speedway today. It’s the Bass Pro Shops Night Race which starts at 6:30 p.m. ET.
  4. Golf: Sahith Theegala and S.H. Kim have a one-shot lead over Sangmoon Bae at the Fortinet Championship in Napa, California. Those that made the cut will continue play in the third round today.
  5. MMA: It’s Saturday so it’s another UFC Fight Night. Tonight’s main event is a women’s flyweight match featuring Alexa Grasso (16-3) against Valentina Shevchenko (23-4).

What a great schedule for a Saturday in September! Plenty of college football all day long as well as baseball, soccer, and more. That’s enough to keep our bettors and handicappers busy all day. Visit Sports Hub all day for the best picks for CFB games today as well as all the other sports picks. Then, come back tomorrow to see how all of our handicappers did and to get yourself ready for a full Sunday of NFL football!

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Joe takes care of the bits and pieces that sometimes slip through the cracks of the sports world. Efficiency and consistency is what makes different. JB helps keep Sports Hub’s content fresh and exciting, managing its many authors. From the New York area, Joe knew he had a knack for sports betting when his uncle was always asking him which side he was on as a young boy. His meticulous approach to the numbers formed his career path as a professional handicapper. Joe is sometimes called Jimmy Bagpipes, JB or Mr. B.