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Al McMordie is the most honored technical handicapper in the country.

Some highlights: In 2012, Big Al ranked #1 in the NFL, with a 76.7% record on his Late Phone Service, as documented by The Sports Monitor. Of course, Al’s not one to rest on his laurels, and was 189-134 in Pro Football in 2013-2014.

In 2007, Big Al won the $100,000 World Series of Sports Handicapping, and also finished #1 in March Madness.

In 2004, Al won the most prestigious handicapping contest in Las Vegas -- The Stardust Invitational.

Overall, in the last 23 years, Big Al has garnered 39 NUMBER ONE awards in Football, Basketball, Baseball and Hockey; 162 Top 5 finishes; and 315 Top 10 finishes. Al is a featured handicapper both on National TV and Radio, as well as at the most prestigious gambling web sites. Additionally, in 2002, Big Al was featured in FHM Magazine, and he was featured in ESPN Magazine in 2010.

In 2000, Al was 157-114 in football, including 10-0 (100%) in the NFL Playoffs. Al has won 16 of his 23 football seasons. Another highlight of Al's career came in 1997, when Big Al was ranked #1 by SPORTS WATCH in College Football/NFL Win Percentage and #1 in College Football Regular Season/Bowls by THE SPORTS MONITOR. Al has one of the best basketball records over the past 23 seasons (winning 18 of 23 seasons), and was ranked #1 in baseball for the 1996 and 2001 seasons, and #1 in hockey in 2014. For consistency across all four sports, you can count on Al McMordie.

Indeed, the Las Vegas Sporting News recognized Al in its December 17, 1996 issue, and wrote that: "[Al's] honesty, integrity, [and] skills...are obvious....We have been impressed by [his] uncanny ability to pick big underdogs that win the game straight-up....We've seen handicappers come and go, and get hot and cold, but no one has been as consistent over time as McMordie, and we strongly urge you to consider him as your handicapper."

Besides being a champion handicapper, Al McMordie is a corporate attorney, and earned his undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Michigan. Al resides in Los Angeles, California.

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Date: 10/27/2020
Al McMordie cashed the Los Angeles Rams last night, and now turns to Game 6 of the World Series. Big Al's 3-1 on his four World Series plays thus far (2-0 Sides, 1-1 Totals), and has the Game 6 Winner tonight. It's out of a super 39-16 situation, and will be another BIG-TIME WINNER. Get Big Al's Major League Baseball Game of the Week, and BURY your Book on Tuesday!
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DateW/LTypeHandicapper Selection
At 8:05 pm, our selection is on the Los Angeles Dodgers and Tampa Bay Rays 'under' the total.  Game 4 was the most exciting contest (by far) in this World Series, and surely ranks as one of the best World Series games over the last 20 years.  After games dominated by pitching and defense on the winning side, the batting orders of these two teams took center stage on Saturday night with multiple lead changes and plenty of long balls.  At least part of that was due to the fact that the Rays threw a bullpen game and the Dodgers didn't have either of their top two starters available (although Urias pitched well enough).  But tonight, we're back to LHP Clayton Kershaw for L.A. and RHP Tyler Glasnow for Tampa, so look for much more of a pitchers' duel.  Kershaw was nothing short of spectacular in Game 1 of this series, allowing one run on two hits in six innings while throwing just 78 pitches before the bullpen took over.  The biggest potential issue for Glasnow tonight is the fact that the Rays offense hasn't been giving the 27-year-old much love in this post-season.  In Glasnow's last three starts (one ALDS, one ALCS, and one in this series) the Rays have plated two, three, and three runs.  Meanwhile Kershaw has a 2.88 ERA this post-season.  I expect both pitchers to be on top of their game.  Take the 'under.'  As always, good luck...Al McMordie.
At 4:25 pm, our selection is on the New England Patriots minus the points over San Francisco.  The Pats are 2-3 on the season.  Two of the three losses were somewhat expected.  New England was a 4-point underdog at Seattle, and an 11.5-point underdog at Kansas City.  But last week's upset loss, here in Foxborough, as a 7-point favorite vs. Denver was surprising.  After all, the Patriots had won 88 of their previous 100 home games as a favorite of 7+ points.  The good news for New England this afternoon is that it's cashed 90% over the past 17 years off an upset home loss where it was favored by 7+ points.  Even better:  the Pats come into this game off back to back ATS defeats.  But they're 24-6 ATS off two ATS losses when not favored by more than 12 points!  We played on the 49ers last week as a home underdog to the Los Angeles Rams, and were rewarded with an upset win by San Francisco, 24-16.  Unfortunately for the Niners, they're an awful 0-11 SU and 1-10 ATS off an upset home win when matched up against an opponent off a loss.  And if all this wasn't enough ammunition to play on Bill Belichick's men, New England also falls into 123-64, 120-55 and 44-22 ATS systems of mine that play on certain teams off upset defeats.  Take the Patriots minus the points.  Good luck, as always...Al McMordie.
At 4:25 pm, our selection is on the Jacksonville Jaguars plus the points over Los Angeles.  The Jaguars come into this game off 5 straight losses (and 4 straight ATS losses), so the knee-jerk reaction might be to lay the points with the Chargers (notwithstanding the fact that L.A. has won just 1 game itself).  However, consider that NFL underdogs (or PK) have cashed 63.1% since 1980 in non-division games when they've lost their last five games, and were also on a 3-game (or worse) ATS losing streak, including a perfect 13-0-1 ATS over the last 3 years.  That bodes well for the underdog Jaguars on Sunday.  As does the fact that .300 (or worse) teams have covered just 11 of 38 (including 0 for their last 7) when laying more than 7 points, at Game 4 forward.  Take Jacksonville + the points.  Good luck, as always...Al McMordie.
At 1 pm, our selection is on the Buffalo Bills and New York Jets to go OVER the total.  Buffalo's offense has taken a leap forward this season with 3rd year QB Josh Allen.  Buffalo has scored 27, 31, 35, 30, 16 and 17 points in its six games, and only one of the six has gone 'under' the total.  The only game which went 'under' was -- not coincidentally -- the only game which Buffalo wasn't favored to win.  But when the Bills are favored, they've actually gone 'over' 26 of their last 37 games.  In contrast, when the Bills are an underdog, they've gone 'under' 18-4.  In this game, the Bills are substantially favored, as they're laying double-digits to the Jets.  And Buffalo's 14-0 'over' when laying 4 or more points on the road!  These two teams met earlier this season, and that game went 'over' the total by 5 points.  And the 'over' also falls into a 164-111 Totals system of mine.  We'll look for another 'over' this afternoon.  Good luck, as always...Al McMordie.
At 1 pm, our selection is on the UNDER in the Carolina/New Orleans game.  The Saints have played all 5 of their games OVER THE TOTAL this season.  But something will have to give today, as they'll be playing the Panthers, who have played UNDERS in each of their four previous games.  I actually look for a relatively-low scoring game here, as NFL teams have gone UNDER 60% of the time over the past 41 years when the line was greater than 49 points, if they played their previous four games over the total, and were playing an opponent which had played a majority of its games UNDER the total on the season.  Even better:  Sean Payton's Saints have gone UNDER 63% of the time over the past 13 seasons off 3+ overs.  And the UNDER also falls into one of my favorite Totals systems which is 98-59-2 since 1980.  Good luck, as always...Al McMordie.
At 1 pm, our selection is on the Dallas Cowboys over the Washington Redskins.  Last week, the Cowboys played one of the worst games by any team in the league this season.  They were favored against Arizona on Monday Night Football, but were blown out, 38-10.  The result is that the opening number for this game (Dallas -3) is history, and the number is closer to PK'em.  I believe this was an over-reaction, and the value squarely lies on the Cowboys.  The Cowboys fall into 88-56, 153-69, 221-133 and 71-40 ATS systems of mine.  Let's take a look at our 88-56 ATS angle.  That plays on road teams in division games off exactly 1 upset loss, if they were defeated by double-digits in that upset.  Even better:  Washington is a horrible 32-54-1 ATS at home vs. division rivals, if Washington wasn't getting more than 3 points, including 14-32 ATS vs. foes off a loss.  Take Dallas.  As always, good luck...Al McMordie. 
Our 5 selections include the New York Jets, Houston Texans, Tennessee Titans, Dallas/Washington UNDER, and Cleveland/Cincinnati UNDER.<br><br>At 1 pm, our selection is on the New York Jets + the points over Buffalo.  It goes without saying that double-digit home underdogs are bad teams.  Actually, really, really bad teams.  But it's also true that double-digit underdogs have been one of the more reliable point spread plays in modern NFL history.  Dating back to 1980, they've gone 109-89-2 (55% ATS).  Last week, we saw the Eagles (+10.5) almost upset the Baltimore Ravens.  And earlier this month, the Redskins covered as a 14.5-point home underdog -- also against Baltimore.  This will be the 3rd double-digit home dog of 2020, and we'll take the points with the pitiful Jets, who are 0-6 SU and 0-6 ATS on the season.  But winless ATS teams, at Game 7 forward, have covered 64% since 1980 when installed as an underdog.  Take New York + the points.<br><br>At 1 pm, our selection is on the Houston Texans + the points over Green Bay.  The Packers looked like gangbusters through their first four games.  But they laid an egg last week at Tampa Bay, and lost 38-10.  Now, they'll try to rebound at Houston, which owns just one win on the season.  Last week, the Texans lost a brutal game in overtime at Tennessee, 42-36.  We'll fade Green Bay as, road teams have covered just 33% over the last 41 seasons after being upset on the road by 27+ points.  Take Houston.<br><br>At 1 pm, our selection is on the Tennessee Titans over Pittsburgh.  The Steelers will be the 2nd undefeated team that the Titans have welcomed to Nashville over the past 12 days.  Back on October 13, the Titans trounced the then-undefeated Bills, 42-16.  Last week, the Titans also scored 42 points, so we won't step in front of this freight train here, at home.  Indeed, over the last 18 years, teams off back to back 40-point outings have cashed 84% when not favored by 5+ points, if their opponent was off a SU win.  And Tennessee is 20-9 ATS off back to back 30-point games.  Take the Titans.  Finally, the Steelers are an awful 21-44 ATS when they owned a winning record, and were playing a non-division foe on the road, but not getting more than 2 points.  Take Tennessee.<br><br>At 1 pm, our selection is on the UNDER in the Dallas/Washington game.  The Cowboys' defense has given up 39, 38, 49, 34 and 38 points in their last five games.  But those five opponents all had better quarterbacks than does this Washington club.  Indeed, Washington has scored just 17, 10 and 19 points over its last three games.  And, outside of its first game vs. Philadelphia, where it benefited from three turnovers, it hasn't scored more than 20 points all season.  I fully expect Dallas' defense to play a terrific game on Sunday, especially since it will be "stepping down in class" by playing Washington.  And, for technical support, consider that teams whose games average 64+ points have gone under the total 57% when the O/U line 45 or less points.  Take the UNDER.<br><br>At 1 pm, our selection is on the UNDER in the Cleveland/Cincinnati game.  The Cleveland Browns have played three road games this season, and have scored 6, 7 and 49 in those three games.  Of course, that 49-point game was vs. the Cowboys, who are giving up 36.3 ppg, so that Browns effort must be taken with a grain of salt.  Still, even with that 49-point outburst, the Browns are only averaging 20.66 ppg on the road (compared to 33.66 at home).  Likewise, the Bengals have played much better defense at home this season, as they've given up just 20.5 ppg at home (compared to 29 ppg on the road).  We'll look for a low-scoring game here in Cincinnati on Sunday, as the 'under' falls into 60-25 and 125-74 Totals systems of mine.  Take the 'under.'  Good luck, as always...Al McMordie.
10/24/2020WINNERCollege Football
Our 3 selections include Tennessee, Wake Forest and Oklahoma State.<br><br>At 3:30 pm, our selection is on the Tennessee Volunteers + the points over Alabama.  Last week, the Crimson Tide won the most-anticipated game of the season, with a 41-24 victory over Georgia.  But after winning that "Battle of Unbeatens," we will look for a letdown, and fade the Tide today.  Indeed, over the past 41 years, at Game 5 forward, after a team won a competitively-priced match-up (with a point spread less than 10) of undefeated teams, such teams have cashed just 35.1% as road favorites vs. .500 (or better foes).  Even worse, if its opponent was off an ATS loss, then our 35.1% stat moves to 15.7% ATS.  With Tennessee off a blowout loss last week, we'll grab the points with the home underdog.<br><br>At 3:30 pm, our selection is on the Wake Forest Demon Deacons + the points over Virginia Tech.  We played on the Hokies last weekend, and were rewarded with a 40-14 blowout win over Boston College.  The Hokies are now 2-0 ATS at home, but 0-2 ATS away from Blacksburg.  That doesn't bode well for them on Saturday afternoon in Winston-Salem.  After all, the Demon Deacons are 3-0 ATS at home this season (and 0-1 ATS on the road).  Wake Forest has also been piling up the points, as it's scored 42, 66, and 40 in its last three games.  Faithful followers know I love to play on home underdogs that can score, and especially if they're good teams.  And Wake certainly fits the bill.  Indeed, over the past 41 years, home underdogs off back-to-back wins, that average at least 40 points on offense, have covered 65% when getting more than 6 points.  Grab the points with the Demon Deacons.<br><br>At 3:30 pm, our selection is on the Oklahoma State Cowboys minus the points over Iowa State.  The Cowboys went into Lawrence three weeks ago and demolished Kansas, 47-7 to move to 3-0 on the season.  Last week, their scheduled game was scrapped due to Baylor's rash of positive COVID-19 tests, so they've had a lot of time to rest and prepare for this game.  Okie State's defense has been solid, as it's yet to surrender 14 points in a game.  And the Cowboys also fall into 109-45, 275-189 and 133-96 ATS systems of mine.  Let's take a look at our 133-96 ATS angle.  What we want to do is play on any rested home team in conference games off a double-digit conference road win.  That bodes well for the Cowboys in Stillwater, on Saturday.  As does the fact that they're 22-6 ATS after scoring 47+ points, if they weren't favored by more than 3 points in their current game.  Take the Cowboys.  Good luck, as always...Al McMordie.
10/24/2020WINNERCollege Football
At 3:30 pm, our selection is on the Houston Cougars minus the points over Navy.  The Middies won and covered for the 2nd straight game last weekend when they went into East Carolina to defeat the Pirates, 27-23, as a 3-point road favorite.  The Cougars dropped their game last week, as they fell at home, 43-26, as a 3-point home underdog to BYU (which defeated Navy, 55-3, earlier this season).  Houston plays this game with revenge from a 15-point defeat at home last season to the Midshipmen.  The good news for Dana Holgorsen's men is that they're 20-11-1 ATS when playing with revenge from a home loss, including 5-0 ATS as a favorite of less than 16 points (or PK).  And they're 50-28-1 ATS, overall, when playing with revenge.  Navy also falls into negative 77-126 and 64-113 ATS systems of mine that play against certain teams off conference wins.  Finally, the Midshipmen are an awful 3-27 SU and 8-21-1 ATS as home underdogs of more than 7 points, and 11-27 ATS at home off back to back wins.  Lay the points with Houston.  Good luck, as always...Al McMordie.
10/24/2020LOSERCollege Football
At 3:30 pm, our selection is on the Pittsburgh Panthers + the points over Notre Dame.  Last week, the Panthers dropped their 3rd straight contest (and 2nd straight on the road), 31-19, at Miami.  But they'll be back home at Heinz Field to welcome the Fighting Irish to the Steel City.  This will be Notre Dame's first road game after starting the season with four straight home games.  And that doesn't bode well for Brian Kelly's men, as road favorites off 3+ home games, have covered just 27.9% over the past 26 years, if they were off a win, and playing a conference foe off a loss, if that foe was off back to back road games.  It's true that the Panthers are 0-4-1 ATS their last five games.  But this ATS losing streak has created point spread value.  And Pitt falls into a 112-70 ATS system of mine which plays on certain teams on a 4-game (or worse) ATS losing streak.  Additionally, the Panthers fall into an 84-22 ATS system of mine which plays on certain teams off blowout losses.  And they're 14-1-1 ATS off back to back losses when matched up against winning teams.  Take Pitt.  Good luck, as always...Al McMordie.