I stopped by to wish you guys the best of luck with your wagers.I have chosen to not register with TMF. Therefore, any of you who would like to use my college football picks next season ought to check Yahoo under the screen name Rakenwood. I don't know if that's where I'll end up, but, if I find a better site I'll at least leave a message at Yahoo as to where I will be posting.Year 2000: 7-4Year 2001: 10-5There were extenuating circumstances both years which restricted the number of games I was able to post. Year 2002 I hope to post my usual 20-40 games with the same high quality win percentage (60+).naj - nice call on the Miami-Neb game, you nailed it.heihojin - good luck at the tables. I know how bad I feel when a turnover costs me a cover in a football game. To have to face that every hand in poker, well, a tip of my hat to you.mello - thanks for all the links. I enjoyed and learned from them.Brantley - there is no system that will give you a winning percentage every year, except one. Bet the games someone, who has proven himself over time, offers you. If you want to do college football, there's a man out of Cleveland named Phil Steele. He's good. He puts out a newsletter called Power Sweep that I read for info. I don't like his picks because his handicapping is more on trends. I do it differently, but, the dude is good and his record speaks for itself.Anyway, thanks for all your help guys and best wishes to you.Raken
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