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Sean went 0-2 last night but remains a STELLAR 15-5 over the L6 days. He's off b2b PERFECT 5-0 CFB Saturday sweeps and is riding an INCREDIBLE 13-2 CFB run! NFL is on a 224-182 tear! Don't miss Friday's card!
10* CFB ACC TOTAL OF THE MONTH [13-2/34-10 RUN] - Friday

Sean is a BLISTERING 13-2 in college football action over the last two weeks and improves on his RED HOT 34-10 CFB totals run and long-term 235-182 CFB tear with a big ticket total on Friday night - his 10* ACC Total of the Month for September! Don't even consider missing out as Murph delivers the cash AGAIN!

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Sean delivers his NINTH STRAIGHT MLB run-line winner (8-0 +881 run) on Friday night as he extends his 22-13 (+$372) MLB tear! Football isn't the only game in town; make sure you're on board as Murph delivers the cash on the diamond AGAIN!

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Sean has gone a PERFECT 5-0 in college football action each of the last two Saturdays and he's ready to kick things off with a VERY EARLY 12 noon et big ticket winner this week! Murph's 10* Non-Conference Game of the Month was an easy winner with favorite Coastal Carolina two weeks ago! Now he unleashes his 10* Non-Conference Underdog Game of the Year; don't miss out!

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Sean is 100% PERFECT in THREE of the first four CFB Saturdays this season! Last week's 5-0 Saturday sweep was keyed by his easy 10* Big 12 Game of the Month winner with Baylor! If you enjoyed that big ticket winner, you'll absolutely LOVE this one - his 10* Big 12 Total of the Month for September; get it right here, right now!

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Sean delivers his THIRD STRAIGHT perfect college football Saturday, keyed by a late afternoon side that promises to deliver the cash in a ROUT! Join Murph as he continues his EPIC CFB season with this best bet!

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Sean has gone a PERFECT 5-0 in college football action in each of the last two Saturdays and he's ready to do it AGAIN this week! Join Murph as he extends his INCREDIBLE 13-2 CFB run and long-term 235-182 CFB tear with a BLOWOUT winner in the making; hop on board now!

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Sean has delivered BACK-TO-BACK 5-0 Saturday sweeps in college football action and enters Week 4 riding an INCREDIBLE 13-1 CFB run and 34-9 CFB totals tear! Don't even consider missing out as he takes aim at his 10* SEC Total of the Year on Saturday; this is one play you simply can't afford to miss!

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Sean missed with his TNF total but gets right back at the books and extends his STELLAR 42-23 NFL big ticket run and 224-182 NFL tear with his 10* NFL Total of the Week in EARLY action on Sunday afternoon! Hop on board now and make plans to COLLECT again with Murph!

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Matchup Selection W/L
NFL  |  Sep 26, 2021
Ravens vs. Lions
50 -110
in 1d

Sunday NFL Free play. My selection is on the 'over' between Baltimore and Detroit at 1 pm et on Sunday.

This game has shootout potential as the Lions return home licking their wounds following Monday's second half collapse in Green Bay. Detroit could very well end up having the league's worst defense and that was on full display against Aaron Rodgers and the Packers on Monday night. Green Bay moved the football up and down the field at will in that game, only easing off the gas after building a double-digit lead in the fourth quarter. Jeff Okudah, arguably the Lions best defender, was already sidelined and now his backup, Ifeatu Melifonwu, is out due to injury as well. Two keys to their defensive line, Kevin Strong and Trey Flowers are both nursing injuries and questionable to play on Sunday. Even if they can go, they haven't been all that effective anyway as opposing ground games have absolutely torched the Lions through the first two games. While we've yet to see one of the key pieces of the Ravens offense, TE Mark Andrews, really get rolling this season, he should feast here against a Detroit defense that has 130 yards on seven catches to opposing tight ends this season. The real question here is whether the Lions offense can do enough to contribute to get this one up and 'over' the relatively lofty total. I believe they can and will. While Detroit is dealing with injuries on the defensive side of the football, it doesn't hold a candle to what Baltimore has had to endure on the injury front. The Ravens are depleted in the secondary and without much of a pass rush to speak of, the door is open for Lions QB Jared Goff to once again pad his stats in this one. In Monday's analysis of our 'over' play in Green Bay we noted that TE T.J. Hockenson was in line for a big performance and he ultimately delivered. Well, he's well-positioned to go off once again here, noting that Baltimore has allowed 17 catches and 214 receiving yards, not to mention two touchdowns, against opposing tight ends through two games this season. There's little reason to expect Detroit to bang its head against the wall trying to run the football against the Ravens here. Instead, look for Goff to bomb away, likely playing from behind for much of the afternoon. Each of Detroit's first two games have sailed 'over' the total this season and the same goes for Baltimore. Until the oddsmakers make the necessary adjustments, we'll expect more of the same. Take the over.

Sean is UNDEFEATED in the last two Saturdays in college football action, entering the week riding an INCREDIBLE 13-1 CFB run! His full Week 4 card is now loaded with TWO weeknight winners along with FIVE Saturday best bets! Your best bet is a weekly or monthly subscription package, giving you access to ALL of Murph's winners every day!

Matchup Selection W/L
NFL  |  Sep 23, 2021
Panthers vs Texans
OVER 43 -110 Lost
Play Type: Premium

My selection is on the 'over' between Carolina and Houston at 8:20 pm et on Thursday.

Something has to give in this one as the Panthers enter this game sporting an 0-2 o/u mark while the Texans have seen each of their first two contests go 'over' the total. I think a lot of bettors are quick to back the 'under' in this spot, simply due to the fact that the first six primetime games this season have all gone 'over' the total. That's akin to betting on 'black' because 'red' came up six straight times in roulette. I simply feel this total will prove too low. The Panthers defense has feasted through two games this season. Keep in mind, it has benefited from two very favorable matchups - both at home - first going up against an absolutely dreadful Jets offensive line and then facing a Saints team that was in a prime letdown spot off a 'smoke and mirrors' blowout win over the Packers. On paper, this looks like another favorable matchup with the Texans starting rookie third-round draft pick Davis Mills at quarterback. To be honest, I'm not sure he represents all that big of a drop-off from journeyman Tyrod Taylor. An accurate although sometimes overly optimistic passer in college (he's been turnover-prone), Mills was able to get his feet wet in arguably a tougher situation on the road in the second half against the Browns last Sunday, and managed to lead the Texans on one touchdown drive before nearly adding another in the closing minutes. All the Texans have done this season is exceed expectations, putting up 58 points through two games after many (myself included) had them billed as one of the weakest teams we've seen in years. It seems like the entire offense is playing with a chip on its shoulder, with a number of veteran players with a lot to prove including David Johnson, Mark Ingram and Brandin Cooks. Here, they're back home, catching the Panthers off an outright underdog home win - not exactly a favorable spot for visiting NFL teams if history tells us anything. With that being said, I do expect Carolina's offense to absolutely go off in this matchup. Sam Darnold has come out hot this season and with a wealth of burners at the wide receiver position, should be able to roast Houston's secondary. The Texans defense was already lacking talent, but now has to deal with a number of key injuries as well. Kamu Grugier-Hill, who led the team in tackles last week, is listed as questionable due to a knee injury and probably closer to doubtful with this being a short week. Meanwhile, Houston has one of the league's worst secondaries and will have to go without CB Terrance Mitchell and potentially safety Justin Reid as well due to injuries. While the Texans have wisely been playing deep in coverage in an effort to contain big plays through the air, they'll likely have to bump up in this one as they have to respect the ability of Panthers all-world RB Christian McCaffrey. It's a 'pick your poison' type of situation, especially given Houston's inability to pressure opposing quarterbacks, and I don't expect it to hold up well. What this play really comes down to is whether or not we believe that the Texans can keep the pressure on the favored Panthers for four quarters and I believe they can. We saw them orchestrate a fourth quarter touchdown drive while falling just short of another last week when they could have easily folded the tent trailing by double-digits against the Browns. While they're playing on a short week with a rookie quarterback there's really no reason to hold anything back given this will be their only primetime appearance this season. I've said it before and I'll say it again here, it takes a lot to cash an NFL 'under' these days. We'll ride the wave of 'over' results once again on Thursday night, noting that the Panthers have played to an average total of 52.1 points when playing on the road off an 'under' result over the last three seasons while the Texans have posted a 6-0 o/u mark in their last six September games, good for an average total of 52.7 points. Take the over (10*).

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-F  |  Sep 23, 2021
Marshall vs Appalachian State
UNDER 58½ -110 Lost
Play Type: Premium

My selection is on the 'under' between Marshall and Appalachian State at 7:30 pm et on Thursday.

Both of these teams are coming off high-scoring performances last week, albeit in very different circumstances. Marshall put up 38 points but inexplicably coughed up a fourth quarter lead in a 42-38 loss to East Carolina. Meanwhile, Appalachian State rolled to a 44-10 rout of FCS squad Elon. Here, I'm anticipating a lower-scoring contest as the Thundering Herd and Mountaineers do battle in a rematch of last year's 17-7 Marshall victory. Marshall benefited from a number of East Carolina defensive breakdowns last week, something they're not likely to see against an absolutely loaded Appalachian State defense that is strong from the back-end in. While it was up against an inferior opponents in Elon, Appalachian State didn't allow a touchdown until the final minute of the third quarter in last Saturday's game - when proceedings were already well in hand up 27-3. More impressively, two weeks ago the Mountaineers gave up a touchdown midway through the first quarter on the road against Miami, but then held the Hurricanes out of the end zone until early in the third quarter and then didn't give up another touchdown the rest of the game. How about against aforementioned East Carolina? Back in Week 1, Appalachian State allowed a touchdown five minutes into the game but not another until the score was 33-12 with just over two minutes remaining in the fourth quarter. You get my point. With revenge on their minds, you can be sure the Mountaineers will be eager to erase the memory of last year's 17-7 loss to Marshall and once again keep the Thundering Herd offense under wraps. On the flip side, I don't believe Marshall is as bad defensively as it showed in last week's loss to ECU. As I've noted on more than one occasion on Twitter this fall, the Pirates are a team well-suited to playing from behind with a risk-taking QB in Holton Ahlers and a receiving corps that can stretch the field. The Thundering Herd got caught flat-footed in the fourth quarter of that game - plain and simple. Prior to that loss, Marshall had given up just two touchdowns through its first two games, with both of those coming in lopsided affairs. Like Appalachian State, Marshall is loaded on the defensive side of the football. The quick turnaround here affords it the opportunity to quickly erase the memory of that blown opportunity against ECU. The Mountaineers, while talented on offense, haven't proven to be all that explosive. Note that even against Elon last week, they took nearly 10 minutes to score their first points of the game. After that they didn't reach the end zone again until nearly seven minutes into the third quarter. Two weeks ago against Miami they scored a touchdown around 10 minutes into the game but then didn't produce another offensive touchdown (they did have a second quarter kick return touchdown) until less than six minutes were left in the fourth quarter. It's not as if they were up against an elite Miami defense either. Despite that, I'm confident we'll see Marshall make an effort to grind out long, clock-churning drives in an effort to shorten this game, noting that it has committed a whopping three turnovers in all three games so far this season. Against an opportunistic Appalachian State defense it can ill afford to cough the ball up and give the Mountaineers offense any free drives (or short field position). Last Thursday night we saw a wild, high-scoring affair between Ohio and Louisiana-Lafayette (we won with the Ragin' Cajuns in that game) but I expect a much different story to unfold here. Take the under (10*).


Sean Murphy made his professional debut as lead handicapper for Pat Miller Sports in 2003, continuing on with The Miller Group from 2006 through 2009.  Sean broke away to found his own sports service in September 2009 and has now delivered 12 of 17 winning NFL seasons.  Sean’s also cashed big in NCAA Football, as he’s won each of the last 3 seasons, recording wins with 57% of his overall bets.  A key factor in Sean’s success is his knack for Over/Unders, which is no surprise given Sean’s reputation as a ‘numbers guru.’  Indeed, Sean’s knack for handling numbers is deep-rooted.  He owns a business degree, with a major in finance, and is a member of the prestigious Beta Gamma Sigma honor society for business students and scholars.     Although Sean took a circuitous route to become a professional handicapper, sports betting has been a part of his life for as long as he can remember.  In fact, he still fondly recalls his first successful venture into sports betting – a winning three-game NFL ‘Pro-Line’ parlay (offered by the Canadian lottery) when he was just 12 years old.  Sean — along with the rest of his 7th grade class — was hooked.  His passion for sports is unmatched.  The phrase “find something you love to do and you’ll never ‘work’ a day in your life” is Murph's mantra.  Sean's love for numbers, combined with his passion for sports, makes a career in sports handicapping the perfect fit.     After building The Miller Group from the ground up, and turning it into one of America’s most respected handicapping services, Sean has continued to prosper as an independent, thanks to an honest approach and strong belief in delivering value to the customer.  Sean’s selections are based on his extensive knowledge of the game, and his approach is both situational and statistical.  He prides himself on going against the majority and thinking outside the box, and his unique analysis keeps his clients coming back.  When you purchase one of Sean’s selections, you can always count on insightful and expert information to back it up.  Sean rates all of his plays from 8* to 10* with free plays qualifying as 8* releases, and the majority of his selections warranting a 10* designation.  As you would expect, the higher the rating, the stronger the play.