Computer Football Picks Win Big – Daily Report – Sept 3

Sports Hub’s computer football picks absolutely crushed it yesterday on the first full Saturday of college football in 2023. We’ll read more about my dear cousin Computer Picks a little bit later when I break down yesterday’s leaderboard. Suffice to say, Computer picks was the man yesterday! Plus, a number of our other Sports Hub experts put on a show as well.

Computer Football Picks Win Big
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Computer football picks are just one type of prediction available at Sports Hub. We have a variety of football picks available for our members. If you’re not a member, I’d suggest you join now. It’s a pretty easy process. Just click that JOIN NOW button at the top of the page, follow the directions, verify your email, and you’re in! Then, you can access all of these predictions, including the computer football picks.

Why Sports Hub Computer Football Picks Rule

Sports Hub computer football picks offer bettors tremendous value. My boy Computer Picks only releases his picks in certain situations. First, it all starts with our sophisticated artificial intelligence algorithm. Now, I’m pretty smart – I am a computer, right! – but our software experts have designed an algorithm that works. Ultimately, it spits out its own computer betting line. 

If the computer betting line differs from the actual betting line by at least two points, the pick is released. Oftentimes, the computer football picks that are released are game totals picks. We’ll see in the next section that there were quite a few totals among the computer football picks. Not all of the predictions are totals. There were also a number of spread picks yesterday. But, remember, the predictions are only released when there is a two-point difference between the computer line and the actual betting line.

Computer Football Picks Is a Men Among Boys

What a day for Computer Picks! With college football season underway, it’s like he’s a new man. Yesterday, he put a whopping 29 picks in the system. He came away with 20 wins and a ridiculous $1010! We had a couple other cappers do really well on college football Saturday, but no one came close to Computer Picks. Excellent job!

Computer Football Picks Win Big
Computer Picks Killed It Yesterday!

The top-5 was dominated by Sports Hub experts. Logan Wilson, Mario DeLuca, Tony Ricci, and Ben Miller all had solid days on Saturday. In fact, the whole board did very well. A full 42 cappers made at least $100 yesterday. That’s getting it done and it’s why sports bettors everywhere should join Sports Hub.

Let’s check the leaderboard.

  • Top dog: As mentioned, Computer Picks put on one of the finest displays that we’ve had on the leaderboard. He went 20-9 and won $1010. Just like that, Computer Picks is now up $1213 over the last 30 days.
  • Back again today: Logan Wilson has become a mainstay in the top-5. This is his third straight day among the big dogs. Yesterday, Logan went 3-0 and won $340. 
  • Mario Deluca: Mario is back. He also went 3-0 yesterday, but he only had one college football pick. He hit two MLB picks and won a total of $300. 
  • Another Sports Hub expert: Logan and Mario are both Sports Hub guys. Fourth on the board yesterday was another Sports Hub expert – Tonny Ricci. He’s another guy that’s been among the top cappers on my board recently. He went 3-0 yesterday and, like Mario, he also hit two baseball picks. Tonny took home $300.
  • Big Ben: Rounding out the top-5 is our guy Big Ben Miller. Ben went 4-1 yesterday, hitting 3 of 4 CFB picks and one MLB pick. Ben is now up over $1900 for the past 30 days. All of our guys did well, but our computer football picks just killed it.

Did Someone Say College Football?

What a glorious Saturday it was. Our computer football picks just destroyed everyone. How about some upsets right off the bat? Prime Time himself, Deion Sanders led Colorado – a team that went 1-11 last year – to an upset of No. 17 TCU. Remember, the Horned Frogs played for a national championship last year.

There were a number of other upsets too on the first real day of college football. We have tons more to come throughout the season. Keep it tuned to Sports Hub for all of your betting needs. You should definitely join Sports Hub just to access those computer football picks!

Anyway, let’s check out what’s trending.

  • Penn State: QB Drew Allar proved why he’s one of the top QBs in the nation. Allar went 21-of-29 for 325 yards and 3 TDs in Penn State’s 38-15 win over West Virginia. Oh, and the Nittany Lions opted to punch a touchdown in with :06 on the clock to cover the -20.5 spread!
  • Carolina: The battle of the Carolinas went to QB Drake Maye the North Carolina Tar Heels as they beat South Carolina 31-17.
  • Worst to first?: Shedeur Sanders threw for 510 yards and 5 TDs yesterday as Colorado upset TCU. By the way, Sanders is on pace to throw for 6,000 yards. Could the Buffaloes go from worst to first in the final year of the Pac-12 conference?
  • Acuna again: The guy is just amazing. MLB’s first 30-60 guy, Acuna hit his 32nd home run last night. It was a shot…454 feet and it’s exit velocity of 121.2 mph was the hardest hit ball all season. Also of note, the Braves beat the Dodgers – again – and won their 90th game of the season.
  • Low 12: TCU wasn’t the only Big 12 team to lose yesterday. Baylor and Texas Tech were both upset by Group of 5 teams. Houston barely survived UTSA, 17-14, and BYU beat one of the newest FBS programs, Sam Houston 14-0.

Yes, More Football on the Schedule

We’re getting closer to the NFL season. It will kick off on Thursday. Until then, we still have some football on today’s schedule. You know what that means, right? There could be more computer football picks in play. Check the members’ area to see if any get released.

There is a wide variety of sports action today. It’s perfect for a Labor Day weekend. Kick back with your favorite adult beverage, indulge in some great food, and consult Sports Hub for the best picks in the business.

Here’s a look at today’s schedule.

  1. Still CFB: Yes, it’s Sunday. Yes, there is still some college football to be played. The NFL season doesn’t start until this Thursday night, so we have a couple college football games to tide us over. The big one is tonight when No. 5 LSU plays No. 8 Florida State. You might want to check and see if we release any computer football picks. Our cappers have a handful of picks in the system for this game too.
  2. Sunday baseball: It’s an afternoon filled with baseball. Every team in the league is in action as they finish up their weekend series today. The New York Yankees will go for a sweep of the Houston Astros in tonight’s Sunday Night Baseball.
  3. WNBA: There are four games on the WNBA schedule today. League leader Las Vegas smoked Seattle last night 103-77. Second-place New York plays at Chicago, which is desperately clinging to the eighth and final playoff spot.
  4. Tennis: The US Open continues and Novak Djokovic, who won in dramatic fashion last time out, will face unseeded Borna Gojo today in the fourth round. In the women’s bracket, top-seeded Iga Swiatek No. 20 seed Jelena Ostapenko.
  5. More football: Winnipeg, which is 9-2 and leads the CFL West Division, will travel to Saskatchewan to take on the RoughRiders (5-5) today. 
  6. Big one in EPL: Arsenal takes on Manchester United in a huge Premier League matchup. Man U is 2-0-1 thus far in EPL play. Arsenal is 2-1-0. Manchester City leads the EPL at 4-0-0.
  7. More soccer: Like yesterday, all of the major soccer leagues around the world are playing today. MLS even has two Sunday matches. La Liga, Bundesliga, Serie A, etc. all have a handful of matches today.
  8. FIBA: There are eight games in the FIBA World Cup today. Four are already complete. These represent the final games of the second round of the tournament.
  9. NASCAR Playoffs: Playoffs in racing? Yes, if you didn’t know, the NASCAR Cup Series has a playoff which determines the season’s overall champion. Those playoffs start today at the Darlington Raceway. Christopher Bell holds the pole.

Now, that is a nice Sunday sports schedule. Next week, it will be filled with NFL games! Sports Hub is looking forward to the NFL season and the rest of the college season as well. Come back here for the best computer football picks, premium handicapper picks, free picks, and more. You can also come back tomorrow and see if Computer Picks can do it again!

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