CF - Results for Week 2, Picks for Week 3

Background on my bad habit.

Recap of Week 2:
Account Balance: $255
Deposited 9/8/05: $50 + $10 bonus
Trans DateWagerTo WinResultDescription
9/7/05$25$21.74WonVT(-20.5) over Duke (VT 45, Duke 0)
9/9/05$10$3.57LostUM over ND(ND 17, UM 10)
9/9/05$5$4.55WonLSU over ASU(LSU 35, ASU 31)

Current Balance: $331.29
Net Deposit: $200, Current Profit: $131.29

Picks for Week 3:
I am not finding any lines that I think are out of sync. This means I should probably not make any wagers this week, but I know I will, hopefully I will just try and keep them to a minimum. I was leaning towards putting $5 each on VT (-34), and UF (-6.5), however I decided I will just put $5 for now on VT and see if I can get a moneyline for UF 1st. I think UF will win, I just don't know by how much.

Trans DateWagerTo WinResultDescription
9/16/05$5$4.55TBDVT(-34) over Ohio

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