Sports Hub Football Service Plays #1 – Daily Report – Sept 1

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With the first full weekend of college football in full swing, Sports Hub’s football service plays are in high demand. Dozens of Sports Hub experts have been putting up wins with their college football picks. We’ll see it  in a moment when I review yesterday’s leaderboard. Our top handicapper from yesterday nailed both of his NCAAF picks.

Football service plays from Sports Hub aren’t just for college football either. The NFL gets underway next week with Thursday night football when defending Super Bowl champion Kansas City hosts Detroit. SportsHub experts will be in game mode as they deliver winning NFL picks all weekend long. Week 1 of the NFL season will feature 14 Sunday games and will conclude with Buffalo at the New York Jets on Monday night.

What Are Football Service Plays

If you’re having trouble with the term “football service plays,” don’t make it harder than it has to be. Service play is a term that refers to a paid pick. You may hear it called a paid sports pick, premium sports pick, or premium handicapper pick. They’re all referring to the same thing. You pay a handicapper for his pick, and often his analysis, on a certain game. 

Sports Hub Football Service Plays #1
Sports Hub’s 30-day Leaderboard

The thing about football service plays from Sports Hub is that our guys put up wins…lots of them. For example, we have 10 handicappers who have made at least 25 picks over the past 30 days who have a winning percentage of 60 percent or higher. And, that includes some cappers that are up over $2000 for the month! That’s why you should have a Sports Hub membership and utilize all of the resources we have available.

Sports Hub Experts Top Yesterday’s Leaderboard

Speaking of the performance of our handicappers, let’s check out what they did yesterday. Of course, last night offered up some college football action. As I mentioned, our top capper yesterday hit both of his football service plays as well as a soccer pick to go a perfect 3-0. Ross Walker was the big dog yesterday. He’s one of many SportsHub experts that has made massive gains in the past 30 days.

Several others have excellent records over the past week, 14 days, and month. In fact, yesterday’s entire top-5 was made up of Sports Hub experts. Combined, the top-5 went 14-3 and took home $1085. Individually, each capper made at least $190. That’s a solid day for any capper. It’s also why you should have a Sports Hub membership. Click the JOIN NOW button at the top of the page to set up your account and gain access to all these outstanding cappers and their 2023 football service plays.

Now, let’s look at yesterday’s leaderboard.

Sports Hub Football Service Plays #1
Ross Walker Hit His Football Service Plays Yesterday
  • Boss Ross: As mentioned, Ross Walker went 3-0 and won $300 to lead our handicappers. Over the past three days, Ross has been lighting it up. He is 6-2 with his picks and has won $510.
  • Baseball Bill: Bill Blatt is an experienced handicapper who is also a Sports Hub expert. He went 3-1, all on MLB picks. Bill won $205, which puts him up $1455 over the last 30 days. Check his upcoming picks. He has a number of football service plays in the system for both NFL and college football.
  • Perfect CFB picks: James Acker is a familiar name around here. Yesterday, he started off his college football season by going 2-0. James took home $200 and he’s 5-3 over the last three days. He has football service plays for both NCAAF and the NFL in the system already.
  • Rounding out the top-5: Two more names that have made my daily report are Ryan Davis and Robert Jones. Both went 3-1 with their picks yesterday and won $190. Over the last seven days, Ryan has been on one. He’s up $845!

Sports Hub’s Football Service Plays Trending

Sports Hub handicappers brought the juice last night and served up winning football service plays all night long. Our guys will be here all season long with the best analysis, betting tips, and college and NFL picks. That’s what we do here and we’re committed to helping both handicappers and bettors put more jingle in their pockets.

Now, in the world of sports, there is a lot going on. Ronald Acuna Jr. and the Atlanta Braves are rewriting record books. College football is in the midst of its first full weekend of play this season as we prepare for a full Saturday slate.

Here’s what’s trending right now.

  • First 30-60 ever: Ronald Acuna Jr. is a very special baseball player. Last night, he became the first player in MLB history with at least 30 home runs and 60 steals in the same season. Acuna hit his 30th homer, a grand slam, in the second inning of last night’s game against the Dodgers. 
  • We love college football: What a great night for some college football. It was so great, we’ll do it again tonight…and Saturday…and even Sunday and Monday since it’s Labor Day weekend. Sports Hub loves college football and we love providing the best football service plays and analysis in the business. 
  • Hockenson makes history: If you haven’t heard of Minnesota Vikings TE TJ Hockenson, that’s okay. You’re not alone, but Hockenson is a big name now after resetting the market for tight ends with his most recent contract. Hockenson will earn up to $68.5 million (with incentives) over four years. That’s an average of $17.125 million per season, the highest-ever for an NFL tight end.
  • Speaking of dingers: After discussing Acuna, that reminds me that after Bryce Harper just hit his 300th home run…there are now 12 active MLB players with 300+ dingers. Miguel Cabrera leads the pack with 510. There are two sets of teammates on the list. Freddie Freeman (317) and JD Martinez (307) of the Dodgers and Paul Goldschmidt (337) and Nolan Arenado (325) of the Cardinals are part of the elite group.

More CFB on the Schedule Tonight

It’s the first day of September and we couldn’t be more excited. It’s another night full of college football. That means more football service plays from the best NCAAF handicappers on the planet. Check the member’s area for picks for tonight’s games.

There are plenty of other sports playing today and tonight. Major League Baseball, of course, begins its final full month of the 2023 season. There is full slate of games today. With all of the available betting markets, that gives bettors tons of choices. 

Let’s take a look at today’s schedule.

  1. More CFB: After last night’s appetizer, we get a second course tonight. How about a Miami-Miami matchup? Yep, only in college football. Miami (OH) travels to South Beach to take on the U – Miami. How about this one – Stanford travels to Hawaii for an 11:00 p.m. kickoff. Teams that play their season opener against a team that played in Week 0 cover the spread over 60 percent of the time. Just sayin’.
  2. Play ball: After a slow baseball day yesterday, all 30 teams are back in action as they play through their weekend series. It all ends with a quality pitching matchup in Los Angeles. Max Fried (5-1, 2.85) leads the Braves against Julio Urias (11-7, 4.41) and the Dodgers.
  3. FIBA World Cup: Team USA is back in action today in the FIBA World Cup. With the time difference the game will likely be over by the time you read this. One that is over is Latvia’s upset of the reigning champ, Spain. There are eight games today and eight games again tomorrow.
  1. Third round play: The US Open continues today. Top-seeded Carlos Alcaraz advanced to the third round with a win yesterday. No. 2 seed Novak Djokovic will play Spain’s Bernabe Zapate Mirales today with a slot in the quarterfinals on the line.
  2. WNBA: There are three games on the schedule tonight. Third place Connecticut travels to New York to face the second place Liberty. New York has won four straight and 10 of the last 11. 

And that will do it for today. As you head into the first full Saturday of college football, consider joining Sports Hub to gain access to the top, documented, legitimate handicappers in the industry. They are offering up winning football service plays left and right. Come back tomorrow and you can see how they did with their picks today. See you then!