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Missouri -15.5 over Kansas
This game will be played at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City. Missouri has won their first ever Big 12 North Title. Mizzou is 8-3 SU and 9-2 ATS in neutral site games. Kansas has had it tough this season and against Oklahoma, Texas Tech, Nebraska and Texas they are 0-4 SU and 1-3 ATS, outscored by an average of 24 points per game. With revenge on their minds look for the Tigers to get tuned up for Big 12 Title game.
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Central Michigan -10 over EASTERN MICHIGAN
The Chippewa’s is 6-1 SU against the MAC but 3-4 ATS. Eastern Michigan is 1-6 SU but also 3-4 ATS. The dog is 13-5 ATS and EM is 3-1 SU the last four of this series. Unbelieveable three of last four have gone to overtime and all four have been decided by a TD or less. Central Michigan still has great shot at a bowl game with win here. they get it!
Kent State +9 over BUFFALO
Buffalo has won five straight SU covering the last four and they are 4-1 SU and 2-3 ATS at home. Buffalo ahs beaten the Golden Flashes four times more than any other conference member. This is the final game of the year for Kent State and Buffalo is headed to the MAC Championship game. Look for Kent State to give it everything they got and stay within the number here.
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The New York Times reports how table tennis is gaining popularity again.
Mr. Green and Ms. Sarandon are part of a growing number of players in New York City and beyond who are meeting in clubs, apartments, art galleries and even laundry rooms that have a table, brought together by their fervent, almost evangelical love for the game — known generically as table tennis but often called Ping-Pong (a trademark) by its devotees.
Now, it seems, this secret society may soon emerge from behind unmarked doors: the trickle of places in the city that serve up the sport is becoming a flow. Some billiards halls are removing pool tables to make way for the sport. Fat Cat, a sprawling shabby chic spot featuring jazz and games in the West Village, added three table tennis tables over the summer, and plans to add more to the 10 it now has.
“We just have a lot more people who want to play,” said Noah Sapir, 32, the owner. “Every night of the week we have a waiting list.”
Slate, a hall with 16 pool tables near Madison Square Park, reports waiting times of an hour for its six table tennis tables. Ocean’s 8 at Brownstone, in Park Slope, Brooklyn, added its first five tables this year because customers using its 33 pool tables kept asking to play.
A tournament in the spring in Brooklyn, at the Powerhouse Arena, a gallery, attracted 32 corporate teams representing entities like Google, MTV, Red Bull and Comedy Central. There were lines out the door, said Khairi Mdnor, the organizer.
Grand Opening, a glass-fronted gallery space between tenement buildings on the Lower East Side, has old Chinese men playing hipsters on its table despite the language barrier. “People can communicate through their game,” the owner, Ben Smyth, 27, said.
I’d love to play Susan Sarandon, tough she’d probably kick my ass. I wouldn’t be able to keep my eyes off her beautiful bouncing rack!