Guys love to pick games, particularly when football season rolls around. This is particularly true if you're sitting in a sportsbook in Las Vegas, but guys around the country find a way to enjoy this past time. A big part of that is finding good handicappers to give you an edge, and many of these handicappers offer free picks to promote themselves. It's not a bad way to get free advice and start measuring the success of one of these handicappers.
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With 30 years in the business, Vegas Vic is one of the most well-known and successful handicappers around. Check out this site for tons of information on a wide range of sports, from the NFL, college football, NBA, college hoops, horse racing, UFC, boxing and more! He's one of the old school guys as opposed to many of the newbies who don't have a track record, so check him out.
Doc's Sports Service
This is one of the oldest and most trusted names in handicapping, with more than 30 years of experience in football and baseball handicapping. Anyone who's been to Vegas and has wagered on football is familiar with this excellent publication, and you can get it for free online.
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