Week 12 Premium Parlay with Peter Loshak

Peter Loshak

Saturday, November 16, 2013 12:14 PM UTC

Saturday, Nov. 16, 2013 12:14 PM UTC

Finally and officially, the kid is off the schneid after hitting the college parlay last week.

To illustrate the volatility involved in parlays, that one winning parlay got me back to close to even for the entire year so far.

For Week 12 in college football, I was given some great recommendations by the guest professional college football handicappers in my game preview videos this week.

Joe Duffy from OffshoreInsiders.com gave USC +3.5 this week as a ncaaf pick that he likes, and Brent from BetDSI later identified that side as one that has taken sharp action. It’s also the “sharp” side of a sharp/public split on that game, with the public actually significantly favoring Stanford. I’m sure Joe’s assessment of value is correct, but I decided to leave it out of the parlay this week.

Then Steve from CollegeFootballWinning.com recommended Wisconsin at -22.5 in our video, and that has since proven to be a good recommendation as the line has already gone all the way up to 27. But Brent did tell me that at 27, sharp action came in on Indiana, which I am sure would not surprise Steve at all, as he said he would recommend Wisconsin only up to 24. So I passed on the side in that one, but did wind up using the total as one of the plays in the parlay this week.

One play I did decide to include largely as a result of Brent telling me the sharps had come in on it was a play on a side in the San Diego St/Hawaii game, which agreed with my initial thoughts on the game’s opening line earlier this week.

And rounding out the parlay, I included three other totals, from Purdue/Penn St, California/Colorado, and Michigan/Northwestern, bringing the number of legs in the parlay to 5, which I’ll again do a round-robin of 4-teamers with.

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