Colorado Victory Imminent in Pac-12 After Dark – October 13

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Coach Prime and Colorado host 1-4 Stanford tonight and things could get ugly on a Friday the 13th edition of the Pac-12 After Dark. The Buffaloes have cooled off since winning their first three games of the season in exciting fashion. Colorado lost consecutive games to Oregon and USC before rebounding to beat Arizona State 27-24 last week. 

Colorado Victory Imminent in Pac-12 After Dark
Colorado Hosts Stanford Tonight

After our Thursday night football analysis was on point yesterday, we’ve got almost a dozen picks for tonight’s Colorado-Stanford game in the system. The Buffaloes are an 11-11.5 point favorite at most sportsbooks. Betting on double-digit favorites in any sport presents a challenge. Let our handicappers help you with their winning college football picks. Ben Miller, who we’ll talk about later when I dive into yesterday’s leaderboard, is up over $1200 with his NCAAF picks this season. He’s just one of many CFB cappers that is having great success this season.

Picks for Tonight’s Colorado Game

As I just said, we have many college football handicappers who are enjoying a prosperous season thus far. We have about a dozen cappers who have put in a fair share of CFB picks and have a winning percentage of 56 percent or better. Ben Miller has won 76 percent of his picks! 

Our handicappers will offer free picks from time to time. With the number of handicappers here at Sports Hub, there are always college football free picks for our users. Bettors will also find premium service plays offered whenever there is college football on the schedule. There are several premium picks for the Colorado game tonight.

Colorado Victory Imminent in Pac-12 After Dark
Sports Hub Free Picks, Premium Picks, and Computer Picks Win Consistently

We also offer college football computer picks. We have a proven system that uses an AI algorithm to generate sports picks. Sports Hub computer picks are only released when there is at least a two-point difference between the actual betting line and the computer-predicted line. For example, the total for tonight’s Colorado game is set at 60 at most books right now. If the computer comes back with a total of 62.5, for example, we would release the pick. The pick, in this case, would be the Over since the computer predicted a total higher than the actual betting line.

For the record, SportsHub computer picks are 82-64 this season. That’s a winning percentage of 56.16 percent. Computer Picks, who is part of the Sports Hub family, has won $1160 on college football bets this season. Since we developed our computer-generated picks roughly four years ago, they win at a 59 percent clip across all sports. You need to be a Sports Hub member to access any computer picks for tonight’s Colorado game.

Guess Who Topped the Leaderboard

Well, I’ve mentioned Ben Miller a bunch here and for good reason. He was our overall leader yesterday nailing all of his four picks. He led a strong contingent from the Sports Hub family of expert cappers. The top four spots were all occupied by Sports Hub experts and they all were perfect! If you had used all of their picks, this would have been your day: 13-0 and $1386 in winnings. Not too shabby!

That’s why you need to head on over to our members’ area and get your picks for the Colorado game tonight. Not a member yet? No problem. Hit the orange JOIN NOW button at the top of this page and fill out the form. Verify your email and you’re a Sports Hub member! That’s it. Then, you’ll have access to our huge database full of picks!

Speaking of picks, let’s take a look at yesterday’s leaderboard.

Colorado Victory Imminent in Pac-12 After Dark
Sports Hub Cappers Continue to Win
  1. I’ll take one of everything please: Yes, Ben Miller went 4-0 yesterday and he won $436. How he did it shows his handicapping expertise. He nailed the underdog Phillies in Game 4 of the NLDS. Then, he picked up wins in college football, the NHL, and the NBA. Ben is our No. 1-ranked MLB capper and he’s up $1286 for the last 30 days. Want consistency? Ben is up $2927 with a 58.27 winning percentage over the last 60 days.
  2. Trifecta of excellence: Jimmy Liu, Robert Jones, and Tonny Ricci all went 3-0 yesterday. You should recognize these names as they are Sports Hub exclusive cappers who have spent their fair share of time at or near the top of my daily leaderboard. Jimmy was the best of the three with $330 in winnings. He’s now up $1215 for the last 30 days. Robert won $320 and Tonny picked up $300. If you remember, Tonny is absolutely killing it as of late. He’s up $1230 over the last 7 days!
  3. College football picks: If you are searching for picks for tonight’s Colorado game, be sure to check the following. I already mentioned Ben Miller. He’s our top CFP capper over the last 30 days. Our Computer Picks are No. 2 on the list and Sports Hub experts Mario Deluca (66.67%) and SWJ Sports (63.64%) are third and fourth. Be sure to check their picks for tonight and Saturday.

It Really Is Red October

The Phillies did it again. They’re back in the NLCS for the second consecutive season playing another ‘red’ team in Arizona. The Phillies and DBacks knocked off the two NL favorites – the Braves and Dodgers.

Then, you have the Chiefs, all clad in red last night, serving up a 16th straight defeat to their AFC West rival Denver. It just seems like red is everywhere this October. Hopefully, there’s no red in your bankroll. We’re here to help you with that.

Is there any other red trending today?

  • Return trip to the NLCS: After hitting two homers yesterday, Nick Castellanos figured “what the heck” and did it again last night. His two dingers helped give Philadelphia a 3-1 win over Atlanta and that victory clinched a return trip to the NLCS where the Phillies will face the Arizona Diamondbacks.
  • Chiefs defense comes through: Clad in their all-red unis, the Kansas City Chiefs defense put the clamps on Russell Wilson and the Denver Broncos offense and won 19-8 in last night’s Thursday Night Football action. KC has beaten Denver in 16 straight games now. Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes has never lost to the Broncos at home or in Colorado. A Harrison Butker field goal with 1:55 left in the game gave the Chiefs the cover. They were 10.5-point favorites.
  • Houston, we have a TD: The University of Houston also wears red though they wore their all-black uniforms last night. After West Virginia took a 39-35 lead with just 12 seconds left in the game, Houston QB Donovan Smith launched a prayer from midfield as the game clock expired. One tip and a Stephon Johnson catch later, the Cougars were celebrating a 41-39 Big 12 victory. 
  • Colorado: The Buffaloes are 4-2 and while much of the hype of the early season has died down, Coach Prime and Colorado can get back to the business of laying big point totals on bad teams. Don’t forget we’ve got several picks for tonight’s game.

Colorado Football on the Schedule Tonight

Yes, Colorado tops the Friday night college football schedule. With Philadelphia’s elimination of Atlanta, there is no MLB tonight. The baseball playoffs will resume on Sunday with Game 1 of the ALCS. There is more football on the schedule and there are numerous opportunities for bettors to score big today.

Where is your opportunity in today’s schedule?

  1. NCAA football: There are three games on the schedule tonight. It all starts with a pretty good American Athletic Conference matchup between 4-1 Tulane and 4-1 Memphis. Fresno State (5-1), which was upset by Wyoming last week, plays at Utah State. The nightcap features 4-2 Colorado against the lowly Stanford Cardinal. Stanford is probably glad the Pac-12 is breaking up. They have won just two conference games in their last 18 attempts. The last time they played Colorado (2020), they lost. Don’t forget to check out college football picks.
  1. More football: There is more football in addition to Colorado on the schedule tonight. It’s the kind from up north. There are two CFL games. BC (11-5) is at Hamilton (8-8) in a battle of playoff teams. The late game features Saskatchewan (6-10) against Calgary (4-11). Despite the losing records, both teams can still make the postseason. Here’s our CFL Week 18 picks page to get you ready for tonight.
  2. Friday night ice: There are only two NHL games on tap tonight, but when Pittsburgh and Washington play it’s always a battle. There are a handful of Sports Hub capper picks for that game as well as for the other game – Arizona vs. New Jersey.
  3. Preseason NBA: There are two NBA preseason games as well. No. 1 pick Victor Wembenyana and the Spurs will take on the Miami Heat. The Warriors play the Lakers, but it’s only the preseason.
  4. Healthy soccer schedule: If you’re a connoisseur of international soccer, today is your day. There is a long list of international friendlies today as well as various UEFA matches. Our leading soccer expert Geovanny Araya is up $1235 over the last 30 days. It would be worth a look to see what he might be betting on today.
  5. Men’s Golf: Beau Hossler was the leader in the Shriners Children’s Open when it was suspended yesterday due to darkness. Lexi Thompson is tied for 76th. Play resumes today.
  6. Women’s Golf: Maja Stark is 10-under and leads the Buick LPGA Shanghai. Last year’s winner, Danielle Kang, is tied for second right behind Stark. The third round is today.
  7. Tennis: The semifinals of the Rolex Shanghai Masters take place today. No. 18 Grigor Dimitrov, who knocked out No. 1 seed Carlos Alcaraz, will take on No. 5 Andrey Rublev. American Sebastian Korda faces Hubert Hurkacz in the other semifinal match. On the women’s side, the Prudential Hong Kong Open, Hana Bank Korea Open, Zhengzhou Open, and Open de Rouen Capfinances are all underway. Jessica Pegula is the top seed in the Hana Bank Open. She won her quarterfinal match and will play in the semifinals today.

There is a lot there for fans and bettors alike. Remember, if you’re betting on Colorado tonight, visit our database for the best handicapper picks. That applies to any and all sports as well. Get the help you need to pick winners right here at Sports Hub!

Stop back tomorrow and we’ll break down today’s performance. We’ll have tons of college football picks for tomorrow’s games. You can go HERE to get ready for this week’s NCAAF action. See you tomorrow!