Doc's Sports News and information for Doc's Sports en-us Copyright Doc's Sports 2012 2014-10-24T21:43:39-05:00 Doc Sports Handicapping Doc's Sports Handicapping - Weekly Newsletter October 22-October 29 Doc's Sports Advisory Board Top Play run continues, and these big plays have now earned Doc's clients more than $30K! Check our our weekly newsletter for more details on this industry-leading run! Also nine free picks in this week's newsletter for NFL, college football and NHL action! Free Expert NFL Picks: Philadelphia Eagles at Arizona Cardinals Odds and Predictions There are some pretty good matchups worth looking at Sunday in Week 8. Bears-Patriots looked like a marquee matchup back in the preseason, but now it's desperation time for Chicago. I pondered that one but am sure will have to look at Broncos-Patriots next week. It's federal mandate to preview a Peyton Manning-Tom Brady showdown. Free Expert NCAA Football Picks: Ole Miss Rebels at LSU Tigers Odds I donít know how long it will take me to get used to talking about Ole Miss as a legitimate threat to win the National Championship Game, but I can tell you one thing ó the season is two months old and Iím not used to it yet. Thatís not to say that this is not a good team or a real contender ó they absolutely are. They have just been a completely irrelevant team nationally for so long that it takes a while to get your head around the change. Free Expert NCAA Football Picks: USC Trojans at Utah Utes Odds College football is a strange sport. Heading into the season this game would have been very easy to overlook. It seemed completely meaningless. UCLA has collapsed, though, so the South Division of the Pac-12 is totally wide open. Four teams have just one loss so far ó and these are two of them. This isnít an eliminator game, but the winner will definitely be in much better shape heading into the rest of the season than the loser. Football Odds Weekly Report on Most Significant Line Moves Weíre more than halfway through the college football season, and the NFL is nearing its midpoint. The pretenders are starting to be sorted out as we find out which teams are going to be there until the end. The college football slate isnít as impressive this weekend as it has been in recent weeks, but there are a bunch of great games on the NFL schedule this weekend. MLB World Series Betting: Game 3 Opening Line Report Thank you, Kansas City Royals. I don't really care who wins this World Series, although like most outside of the San Francisco Bay Area I am pulling for the underdog Royals because they haven't won anything in 29 years. Before this series began, I leaned the Giants in six games, and I still feel that way. However, I am thrilled the Royals won Game 2 on Wednesday night -- this is just the second World Series where the first two games were both decided by five runs or more -- because other than K.C.'s wild-card win over Oakland, these playoffs have been rather dull. This Week in Sports Betting, A-Z A. Alex Morgan. The most recognizable player on the U.S. womenís national team sustained an ankle injury last Friday night and will be sidelined 4-6 weeks, putting her out for the remainder of 2016 World Cup qualifying. We need her back on the field as soon as possibleófor obvious reasons. NBA Props Odds and Picks: Scoring, Rebounds and Assists Leaders I don't know about you, but I am probably more excited about this NBA season since at least LeBron James' first with the Heat when he became the league's No. 1 villain. Amazing how things have changed in four years as now James is back in Cleveland and again the NBA's most popular player. You can go home again! 2014 Miami Heat Predictions and NBA Futures Odds The Miami Heat may not be as bad off as fans might expect after losing the best player in the NBA over the summer. Or they may be even worse off. That assessment really depends on how Heat superstar Dwyane Wade shows up for the season. If Wade can return to Miami anywhere near his pre-LeBron James form, particularly his 2007 self, where he produced one of the finest statistical seasons in recent memory, then basketball fans in South Beach can rest easily. Can California Chrome win the Breedersí Cup Classic in 2014? I was two years old the last time a Triple Crown was won. Soon after I became obsessed with horse racing, and I was particularly obsessed with seeing another Triple Crown winner. That desire grows with each passing year and each near miss. Despite wanting to see a Triple Crown more than anything, I never got on the California Chrome bandwagon for some reason. I doubted him in the Preakness, really doubted him in the Belmont, and was happy to bet against him in his return to action last month.