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SCP-4833, "Syncope Symphony"

Item #: SCP-4833
Object Class: Keter
Author: Tufto
Disclaimer: This declassification only represents my interpretation of the piece. While the general plot and most details have been confirmed by the author as matching their intent, you are free to have your own interpretation of the piece.
Hello SCPDeclassified, Brewsterion here. Today, I want to do a fairly frequently requested article that I've had my eye on for a while, SCP-4833. I hope you're all ready for a pretty long one today, because this piece has quite a few things that need unpacking.
Before we start, however, I highly recommend that you read the Class Of 76 Declass first. As the title would suggest, this piece provides an interpretation of the origin for many of the anomalies related to said class. Therefore, it would be highly beneficial to understand the nature of what goes on in these anomalies before we dive into this thing. Assuming that you've read that, let's start figuring out what the Symphony's playing.
And right as we open the page, before we even get to the header or class, we're met with some out-of-document prose.
Rows upon rows of empty seats line the hall. You've made sure only you're here tonight—the others are all off on business, or caught up in their work. You made sure to register a week's holiday after the business down in Magaluf—your sheer exhaustion needs to be tended to.
In the few months since your promotion, you haven't had much time to yourself. But there have been things you've been curious about for a long time, things beyond your particular remit. You made a requisition request for a file, stuck in a filing cabinet in one of the more obscure parts of Site-01. It's pretty clear that it's something most people would like to forget.
The reel begins to play—all automated, of course. Grains flicker across the screen, before bursting into an image. It's a high-school playing field. The year must be about 1975, 76. There's no audio, and the image flickers and distorts at inconvenient moment, but the forms are all clear. They're playing—rugby? American football? Something like that. It's not quite right.
The camera stretches, and moves around. A smiling group of people, spectators, all wave at the camera. Their movements are not constructed, or acted, or precise—they're messy and uncertain, giggling and youthful. People. Real people, sitting right in front of you. Right?
You look down at the document, but you can't quite concentrate. You remember school, don't you? Your experience was different—different place, different time—but you remember it. The disciplined format of time, the early pangs of heartache, the promise of all your dreams before you. An infinity of youth, shaped by your name. It was all ahead of you. That sunset curve over the horizon.
You do remember, right?
Don't you remember?
A few things are established right off the bat. We-the person reading the document in universe-are an O5 or the equivalent senior staff member of the Foundation. This file, as well as this film reel of a high school circa 1976, was hidden away deep in Site-01 either intentionally or by people simply forgetting about it. Memory is already shaping up to play a big part, as well as people intentionally trying to forget about 4833. We have no idea of the significance of much of this all yet though, so we'll need to figure that part out. Let's see what we can dig out of the conprocs.
Special Containment Procedures
SCP-4833 activity is currently being monitored by MTF Eta-11 "Savage Beasts". Eta-11 will immediately respond to any reported incidents, ascertain the situation and attempt to contain any potential anomalies.
Following Incident 4833-C, the nature of SCP-4833 is considered to be radically altered. SCP-4833 will be reclassified and its file altered as soon as Agent O'Hara's debriefing has concluded.
Eta-11 is an MTF dedicated to sound-based anomalies, which was kinda expected since this thing's a symphony and a lot of Co76 anomalies focus around either music or memory. It looks like whatever Incident 4833-C is, though, it's got some serious revelations waiting for us that involved this Agent O'Hara. There's unfortunately nothing more in the conprocs to look at, so let's check out the description.
Description
SCP-4833 is an organised group of reality-benders, ordinarily going by the name "Syncope Symphony". SCP-4833 is believed to contain between 10 and 29 individuals, all of whom exhibit similar abilities and properties.
Something we sort of knew prior, but is confirmed. 4833/Syncope is a group of reality benders that are organized and working together.
Beginning in the late 1940s, the group's primary activity has been experimentation on youths between 15 and 18 in age, with the intention of anomalously altering them for unknown purposes. SCP-4833 was once a significant player in anomalous affairs, being particularly feared within the anomalous underworld for the kidnap and forcible alteration of numerous individuals since the late 1940s. However, their presence has significantly decreased in recent years.
They're targeting high schoolers and have been for some time, but have dropped off in recent years for some reason. Who wants to bet we're gonna find that part out?
Beyond this, very little is known of SCP-4833's purpose, modus operandi, or fundamental nature. They have only been encountered indirectly by Foundation agents through events SCP-4833 has orchestrated. Testimonies from several survivors indicate that SCP-4833's ultimate goal is the institution of a "state of harmony"; what this entails is unknown.
SCP-4833's anomalous properties seem to centre around memory and music. In most of the forms in which the Foundation have encountered them, they appear either as a performing orchestra or as a musical supply shop. Sightings of SCP-4833 members invariably mention that they are "masked". However, due to the amnestic effects all such individuals have suffered, further details are unclear.
More things that we'll hopefully find an explanation for later.
So, we know Syncope is a group of reality benders seeking "a state of harmony" and they're using music, memory, and experiments on teens to do it. We've got some hints towards motivations, but no real answers. There's a timeline below this, so let's check it out.
1947: Believed to be the beginning of SCP-4833's activities. Subjects begin to be kidnapped worldwide, with a particular concentration in the vicinity of Yellowstone National Park.
I'm sorry did you just say Yellowstone?
There's only ever one reason that anything happens in Yellowstone with the Foundation-one big, mechanical, deus-ex-machina-shaped reason. We're gonna need to watch for other references to 2000.
Autumn 1975: Mass cognitohazardous event taking place at Lake ███████████. Although no conclusive evidence linking this to SCP-4833 has been found, the nature of the anomaly fits SCP-4833's modus operandi.
That's a link to SCP-2316. However, despite having similar motifs to Syncope, memory and high schoolers, they don't seem to be actually linked to this by evidence. This isn't going to come into play for a while, but I'll let you know when it will come back.
1976: Series of experiments performed by SCP-4833 at Kirk Lonwood High School and ███████ High School. The schools and towns in question were swiftly evacuated and Foundation control was enforced. The "Syncope Symphony" musical supply shop was found abandoned upon a Foundation raid.
And now we see the infamous class of 1976, SCP-332 and SCP-1833, the students Syncope experimented on to get things right. Once again, they managed to distort memory in a way that made it just off-kilter enough to not be real. Their absence can likely be explained by Syncope realizing they were in hot water following this and trying to get out.
1977: The number of subjects kidnapped by SCP-4833 sharply decreases when compared to 1976, beginning a trend which has continued to the present. Figures in the anomalous underground have speculated that this is due to SCP-4833 achieving its goals at some point in 1976, with further kidnappings simply being a way of "fine-tuning".
1988: Last known encounter between Foundation personnel and an individual altered by SCP-4833 prior to 2019.
2019: Incident 4833-8C (see below).
So we get 3 things from this block. One, whatever Syncope did with 2316, 332, and 1833 and the rest of their experiments, they got what they wanted. Two, people altered by Syncope have survived afterwards. Three, something BIG happened in Incident 4833-C that changed a lot. Unfortunately, this timeline has opened up several more questions than answers. Let's see if the first addendum helps.
Addendum 4833-1
Addendum 1 is a transcript of an interview between an Agent Hardcastle and a reality bender named Stroganov, who was apparently altered by Syncope. This is the last known encounter mentioned in the timeline, taking place in 1988. The interview takes place in a very dirty and run-down Russian tavern in the middle of nowhere, and Stroganov went there for a reason.
Stroganov: Please, just leave me alone. You promised to leave me alone. After Buda, after I saved—
Agent Hardcastle: I'm sorry, Vasily, I really am. I didn't want to be here, but there's something bigger than you or I going on.
He was hiding. Both from the Foundation and probably Syncope as well.
Stroganov: No. No, no no. Go away, John, you don't know what you're dealing with.
Agent Hardcastle: Children, Vasily. Just like you were. I need to know what happened in 1954.
This interview is only happening because the Foundation needs information about Syncope. Otherwise, they would probably leave him alone.
Stroganov: This town doesn't feel obscure to its residents. It's the biggest city for hundreds of miles. But for a man in the West, a man looking at the map of the world, it seems like the farthest outpost of civilisation. Everything you think anchors you is just a minute island washing through an endless sea. There's always another design, bigger than the last, that's what they told me, and they'll find me, John. I can't tell you anything.
Syncope knows something about the universe that apparently has very huge implications, but we don't know exactly what. Keep in mind them knowing that "there's always something bigger".
Not much else is revealed through the rest of the interview, as Stroganov doesn't say much else. Hardcastle continues to press him, until things go very south very quickly.
Stroganov: Who was Marcie, John?
Agent Hardcastle moves back sharply.
Agent Hardcastle: I—I don't know what you mean. Stop it.
Stroganov: Marcie Green. A village girl, who would dance on the moors. Practising for a life you both knew she'd never have. You'd sneak out of boarding school to watch her.
Agent Hardcastle: I—I don't don't please—
Stroganov: Your first kiss. You talked of running away together. But your parents found out and you were taken away. You were seventeen. The last summer of your life.
Agent Hardcastle: I said I'd wait…
Stroganov: But you didn't. You went off. She probably did too, but I can't see that much. The Marcie in your head is just a shadow, a shade, a frail copy that only tells a fraction of the story of the original. Why don't you go back, John? Go—God, I'm sorry.
Agent Hardcastle: Go back to the fields…
Stroganov: Y—yes. Go back. I'm sorry, John, I'm sorry…
Agent Hardcastle collapses, gibbering for several seconds before expiring. Stroganov stares into space, mutely crying, for several seconds.
Stroganov: I had to. I had to. They'll never get out of my head. They want it too badly, don't you see? Don't you know what you did?
We're getting more specifics about what memories Syncope specifically messes with: ones of things long lost, and of high school. We also know that the people they alter and let live have powers probably similar to Syncope, since they can access and alter similar memories. There's actually nothing more to the interview, but there is a bit more prose left. There's a tiny bit of soliloquizing about Hardcastle, and some more details about the footage playing on the film reel-since that's still a thing.
You light up a cigarette, and keep watching the footage. The cameraman is at home now. His mum's clothes are old-fashioned even for the time period—she looks like a faded 50s housewife, smiling a perfect smile at the camera. Her anachronism is flawed, though, and little bits of the contemporary are sneaking in.
The father smiles. Short-sleeved shirt, old-fashioned watch, beer can, sunglasses. A man who never thinks he's out of place and always is. You know these people. They're the same as any thousands of parents who live today, but their past placement still changes them, alters them. They're not the same. They're too natural to be from back then.
This isn't something from being some sort of alternate 1976, despite what it may seem. It's actually more of a point about the feeling when you see a semi-staged image of an event you were at, and the dissonance between what you see and what you remember. Not entirely related to the plot, but Tufto wanted to add it in.
Let's move into addendum 2. There's...a lot to unpack in this one.
Addendum 2
Everything we see in this addendum is a series of documents and items recovered by an Agent Valerie Kowalski, an agent assigned to investigating Syncope who committed suicide in 1997 and had their stuff picked up by the rest of the Foundation. This first thing is a shipping manifest from 1947, apparently to Syncope.
Date Item number Item Units Price Notes
08/05 SS-13 French horn 1 $11,099 Strong amnesiac effect; forces the user to forget key aspects of their childhood.
08/05 SS-14 Copy of book, "Visions of the 20th Century: 1940-1970" 1 $1,120 Non-anomalous, but contains impossibly accurate predictions and photographs known to be taken after its date of publication.
14/10 SS-15 Prototype "amnesiac" drug 30 $45,900 Taken from SCP Foundation "Q" Facility.
14/10 SS-16 Bassoons 16 $56,900 Possesses a memory-restoration effect; experimentation into implanted memories ongoing.
14/10 SS-17 Yellowstone Park Visitors' Guide c. 1970 1 $20,000 Obtained from SCP Foundation "Q" Facility; tagged with label "Department of Temporal Anomalies."
19/11 SS-18 Documents and items recovered from the Marianas Trench 7 $101,000 No further information provided by Ms. Dark.
28/11 SS-19 Wooden violin 1 $3,250 Non-anomalous, but due to sourcing of the wood from Yggdrasil, is particularly susceptible to anomalous alterations.
Alright, so we have several instruments with memory-altering properties, a Yellowstone guidebook from 1970, a book detailing events up to the 1970s, and-
Documents and items recovered from the Marianas Trench
Holy shit.
So Syncope's trying to get their hands on things related to both the future of the 1970s, and a previous iteration of 2000. I know they first picked up around Yellowstone, but how does the Foundation have stuff from the 1970s that isn't anomalous? It's only 1947, and Syncope is nowhere near a big player yet. Plus, the sudden interest in Yellowstone and the memory-restoring drug just makes things stranger. Syncope seems to be looking for details on 2000.
Something you should remember as we keep going, though: When 2000 starts another iteration, it kicks off several decades before the last one ended. And when did Syncope's activity skyrocket? 1976. Just keep all that in mind going forward. The next thing up is some letters from Facility "Q", which is probably a time travel/Syncope focused site and facility. These seem to be about various subjects recovered from Syncope.
Symptoms of BH12 remain constant; complete absence of own memories, but consistent belief that they are a schoolchild in 1976, despite lack of ability to give accurate information on events after 1954 and ignorance of much of recent history. Infective capacities, however, seem to have increased; curious obsession with exploration of WW2-era bunkers recently noted.
More callbacks to high school in 1976. Note the sudden references to bunkers, as that will be explained very shortly.
Anomalous Subject 1 is a male, aged 19. Subject was incarcerated by the Foundation following demonstration of anomalous memory-altering abilities. Subject was anomalously alterered at an unknown point in 1966. Subject described experimenters as wearing "white carnival masks".
Subject is capable of temporal alteration; they can specifically change events which they percieved prior to 1966, but only to a highly limited degree and with minimal alteration to the overall flow of events. Very little has been changed except for the events of a road trip taking place in 1965, and the outcome of brief romance subject had with his classmate Valerie Smith in 1964.
Even more fuel to the memory fire, as well as confirmation that the Syncope members being "masked" is literal.
Anomalous Subject 88 is a female, aged 36. Subject is believed to have undergone significant anomalous alteration in 1949, to a degree that permanently damaged their cognitive capacity.Subject appears obsessed with the Marianas Trench, and frequently talks about it being a "sheer fall off the edge of the world." Notably, statements by subject are highly consistent with [REDACTED]. Subject has an advanced piano-playing ability not known to be present prior to the experimentation. Subject speaks in an unknown language2 during all times where the piano has been played.O5 Command has ordered subject to be transferred to Site-01 immediately. However, due to dissent from the Ethics Committee over [REDACTED] vivisection, this order has been temporarily halted.
Syncope just got a lot more serious. They somehow managed to make this subject remember the last iteration of the world before 2000 got activated, and the O5s are concerned. The fact that Syncope somehow knows the about the world before 2000 raises some concerns, though. If they know about before 2000, that would explain the fixation with Yellowstone and a few other things, but I want to finish this addendum before we start theorycrafting.
Anomalous Subject 212 was a female, whose age at death was 30 years. Incarcerated since 1959. Subject's memories are entirely replaced by memories of an unknown 17-year-old schoolchild, claiming to be from 1976. Subject's predictions of events in the last decade have proven to be entirely incorrect, however: claimed that events such as the assassination of a "President Kennedy" and a war between the United States of America and an unknown entity called "North Vietnam" (possibly related to 3rd century Triệu dynasty/Republic of Hanoi?) would occur in the 1960s and 70s.Subject possessed anomalous memory-replacement abilities against all unprotected individuals to come within a 5 metre radius. Subject found hanged on 09/10/1969, shortly before Facility "Q"'s closure and implementation of Site system. No note was found; however, a series of pencil drawings of a violin, a WW2-era bunker, and a "Super 8" film camera of unknown brand were found in her quarters, having apparently been composed shortly before her suicide.
All three of those last things are going to be important. The fact that this subject predicted events up to 1976 raises a point: how far did the last iteration of the world get before it ended, and when did 2000 place the restart point?
The final thing in this addendum before even more prose is a transcript of some film recovered off of a Super 8 camera found in a cave in Idaho in 1985. Like I said, the drawings would be important. As to why it's in a cave on Idaho, we'll get to that.
00.00.00 to 00.00.43: The video opens on an unknown hillside, with a the landscape is reminiscent of the American midwest but with the colours differing significantly from baseline reality. A small settlement or town can be seen at the bottom of the hill; it is reminiscent of many towns in America from the mid-1970s.
A large cloud, reminiscent of a vortex, can be seen over the town. It is intermittently red and black in colouration. Several indistinct grey shapes can be seen emerging from it and heading towards the town.
The camera's movements are consistent with being held by an individual familiar with its use. The weather is, however, causing significant shaking.
There's an image here that shows pink grass and trees and a greenish-blue sky. This isn't an apocalypse, however; it's a world that's not ours.
00.08.54 to 00.09.02: The cameraman briefly drops the camera. While picking it up, he is briefly visible: a white male in his mid-teens, with a violin case strapped to their back. Beyond a long hairstyle typical of the 1970s, no other details are clearly visible.
Violin case, huh? That's drawing #2 checked off. And based off his hairstyle and the other information we've picked up so far, I think we guess tell what year the last world ended: 1976.
00.09.02-00.11.12: The cameraman begins to run again. After a couple of minutes, he comes across a cave. A light can be seen shining from within.
00.11.12-00.14.33: The cameraman enters the cave. A thin, rose-tinted film can be seen stretched across the centre of the cave. Crude graffiti which reads "SAFE HOUS" can be seen on the far side of the cave, beyond the film. The cameraman lets the camera fall to his side, and walks forward, towards the film. He switches the camera off shortly before entry.
And now the cave is somewhat explained-it managed to serve as a safehouse against whatever is ending the world. Good thing our cameraman got inside.
00.14.44-00.15.27: The video opens onto an image of the cameraman, now severely emaciated. He is talking to the camera, but due to localised image distortion, it is not clear what he is saying. His speech becomes increasingly desperate, before he turns off the camera. The colouration of the environment is now correct.
The world has changed to be like ours, but our cameraman is still in a bad spot. He's panicking about something, and probably low or out of food.
00.15.27-00.17.38: The video opens onto the hillside, as seen from the cave entrance. The jolts to the camera seem to show the cameraman limping. He is moving towards the edge of the cave, and appears to retch and throw up before continuing onwards.
00.17.38-00.18.03: The camera is pointed at the former site of the town. It is in ruins, but large scaffolding and construction materials can be seen across it. Thousands of indistinct but apparently identical humanoids can be seen engaged in construction work; nobody else is visible. All are wearing identical orange jumpsuits. The extreme weather seen in the earlier version is not present.
00.18.03-00.18.07: The camera is dropped and the image abruptly cuts out.
Identical humans in orange jumpsuits rebuilding in the post-apocalypse? Looks like somebody kicked off 2000, and the Foundation's getting back to work.
00.18.07-00.19.25: The camera is picked up. Its angle points towards the town, which now resembles Boise, Idaho in the mid-1940s.00.19.25-00.19.30: The camera turns towards the cameraman—their face and hands are now indistinct, and not visible due to image distortion. From what is visible, the cameraman appears to be screaming. The camera is turned off.
The Foundation set 2000's start date in the 1940s it seems, and our cameraman got left behind as the new world was rebuilt around him. But why would he be all distorted?
00.19.30-00.19.35: The video opens on the interior of the cave. Several words can be seen scrawled on the wall in black marker: "Synapse", "Sibilance", "Signs", "Sayonara", "The Sybil". One word has been circled: "Syncope".
00.19.35-00.19.49: The camera turns towards the cameraman. They are clearly no longer emaciated: their face and hands suffer the same distortion, but markedly worse. They are wearing a white Venetian mask. The camera is turned off.
Oh.
Ladies and gentlemen, our first sighting of a member of Syncope Symphony.
Now, what on earth just happened?
Well, we're beginning to get an idea of what led to Syncope being created. The previous version of the world, the one before us, ended in their year 1976. The circumstances are unknown, but it seems to have ended in a way that left survivors and quite a few little artifacts over. Hence the film reels and books. The survivors found that something had happened to them, and grouped up after society had restarted in what 2000 made everybody think was the mid 1940s. This lines up with when Syncope starts kidnapping. They're trying to found out more about 2000 as well, but they probably know as much as we do. We still don't really know what happened to them or why they need to do the experiments, but there's still a bit of prose and the last addendum.
There is a place that nobody talks about. It's buried miles under Yellowstone Park, and it's a mystery even to the Foundation which created it. It's the one thing which truly terrifies them.
The primary purpose of this place, this cavernous expanse of steel and concrete, is repopulation, reconstruction, restoration. But there are things buried in it that have a broader purpose. Scranton Reality Anchors, the XACTS, other buried machines you know nothing about. Things which alter time and change causality in ways which are subtle, unknown, unheard.
Sometimes, things might fall through the cracks.
Now that's a disturbing implication. 2000 has some strange, other functions that presumably quite literally bury the world that just ended-wiping it away, removing all traces of it so the only things left over are things that shouldn't have a right to exist. This seems to be what happened to the survivors. 2000 changed the universe around them, leaving them as distorted things that shouldn't exist.
A boy, unseen by the cameraman but in the background of the shot, is seen writing on a piece of paper. His eyes and face are serious, in concentration. He looks up occasionally, twitchy and nervous. Beside him lies a violin case.
You don't see the boy—you've already turned back to the file. He's not a part of your memory, that other image of an image of something that might have been real.
Was he ever really there?
Wait, the film reel has the cameraman on it? Is this thing from the old world too? We'll apparently have to wait and see, as the only thing we have left is Addendum 3.
Addendum 3
This one's different. A single member of Syncope took over an abandoned high school's auditorium, and an Agent O'Hara was sent in to detain them. This is just a transcript of the video feed.
The member of SCP-4833 (henceforth designated SCP-4833-A) is standing in the centre of the auditorium's stage. Their appearance is heavily distorted, but their gait, posture and movements are consistent with an elderly human male. They are wearing a white carnival mask, and the outfit typical of American conductors of the mid-20th century. They are holding a golden violin.
Around them lie a large number of items of clothing. These resemble the outfits worn by orchestra members from around the world during the early-to-mid 20th century.
Man, violin kid/cameraman is showing up a lot. Guess he was the main head of Syncope when it kicked off at least.
Agent O'Hara: It's OK. I'm not here to hurt you. I just want to understand who you are, and why you're doing this.
SCP-4833-A: [DISTORTION]
Agent O'Hara: I—I'm sorry, I don't know what you mean. I don't know of any bunker—do you mean one of our sites?
Bunker, huh? If it supposedly belongs to the Foundation like O'Hara's response implies, it's probably 2000.
Agent O'Hara: No, that's not—OK. Look. Maybe we started on the wrong foot here. Could you tell me about the rest of the Symphony? Your co-performers?
SCP-4833-A gestures to the clothes around it.
SCP-4833-A: [DISTORTION]
Agent O'Hara: …They're just—they're only clothes.
SCP-4833-A: [DISTORTION]
Agent O'Hara: They—died? Your kind can—
SCP-4833-A: [DISTORTION]
Agent O'Hara: Oh… I see.
SCP-4833-A: [DISTORTION]
Agent O'Hara: So it wasn't a plan at all. You faded. You declined.
Our first, big final revelation hits. Syncope didn't stop kidnapping because they succeeded. They stopped because they were starting to fade away, which is likely their version of dying.
Agent O'Hara: Why did you experiment on children?
SCP-4833-A: [DISTORTION]
Agent O'Hara: What do you mean, like you?
SCP-4833-A: [DISTORTION]
Agent O'Hara: And the lake?
SCP-4833-A: [DISTORTION]
Agent O'Hara: I—what?
Uh oh, that's not good. Remember way back at the start when I said that there's no evidence actually linking Syncope to 2316? This is where it comes back in. They didn't make it, and it doesn't seem like they know anything about it either.
Agent O'Hara: N—no. There's always a meaning. Sometimes, things aren't hidden behind themselves.
SCP-4833-A: [DISTORTION]
Agent O'Hara: There's no other force at play. There can't be. There's just you, and your musicians, and the children you did this to. Memory's just another method of recording. I don't know where you came from, but you're as flesh and blood as I. There's nothing mysterious about you, and nothing that made you do this.
SCP-4833-A: [DISTORTION]
Agent O'Hara: Then what the hell did?
Something else made 2316. And that something else seems to have been with Syncope this entire time, forcing it to keep going, experimenting on the children for reasons that seem to involve memory.
Agent O'Hara: You didn't have to make them remember. Their lives weren't worth that. And you failed.
Finally! Actual, confirmed motivation for Syncope's activities! They're trying to make themselves remembered in the minds of the children. Since we know from the tape at least one member was a high school band student when their world ended, that explains why they went for high schoolers and marching bands.
Agent O'Hara: There is no bunker! There are no past words, or forgotten peoples! You conned your followers into joining you, and they all left and died. Nobody was forgotten! There's only you! History is singular. The truth is singular. You are explicable, what happened to the class of '76 is explicable, I—I'll find it, I'll find the truth.
This line is about to get proven very wrong. O'Hara begins remembering an old friend due to the effects of being near a member of Syncope, and then things get weird.
SCP-4833-A begins to play the violin; a melody beginning with a slow tempo, gradually increasing in speed and pitch.
SCP-4833-A's playing is becoming increasingly rapid. They appear to be lurching away from the violin.
SCP-4833-A is now playing at a speed and complexity impossible in humans. With a great wrench, they detach themselves from the violin, collapsing to the floor. The violin hovers in the air, continuing to play.
Well shit that's not good.
Agent O'Hara: What are we? Who are we? Don't you remember?
SCP-4833-A is now clutching its head; it makes a distorted sound, believed to be a scream. The violin continues to play at impossible speeds.
Agent O'Hara: Don't you remember?
Several figures can be seen to appear around the edges of the concert hall. They all possess heavily disfigured faces, and are facing Agent O'Hara.
Agent O'Hara: I remember.
The camera feed cuts out.

Explicable, huh?
The final bit of prose, while absolutely beautiful, is unfortunately not too relevant for our answers. What you need to know is that the film reel was recovered from the Marianas Trench, and that the O5 narrator burned the 4833 file. There's no trace of Syncope left apart from their failed, twisted experiments.
Now let's figure out what the hell happened at that log there. You'd be forgiven for assuming that those distorted figures were the memories of students experimented on by Syncope. I assumed that too on first readthrough. However, that leaves a question unanswered: why did the Syncope member, who was almost certainly the boy from the tapes because violin, seem fearful? What could have caused such fear in him?
Referring back to my comments about 2316: something else caused it.
This is that something.
We don't know what it is, and I have it on author word we are not supposed to. Whatever secret powers 2000 has, whatever happened to Syncope, and whatever caused all the experiments to go wrong and created 2316 are one and the same-and none of us have any idea what they are. What are the figures in the auditorium? No idea. What are the bodies in the water? Also no idea. We don't know what they are, and Syncope doesn't either. We ultimately only get part of the story's answer in this piece, but that's the point, according to Tufto.
Now, to explain what Syncope actually is.
What's Going On Here
Syncope was a group of people from a previous iteration of the world that ended in 1976, mostly high school students. As the world was rebuilt around them, 2000 changed the world around them, literally burying the memory of the old world, and the survivors got stuck in a limbo. These changes ended up giving them their reality bending powers. When the world fully restarted, in the mid-1940s, the newly formed Syncope Symphony decided to try and make themselves remembered. They tied themselves to the minds of other people like them-high school band students. All the while, they tried to figure out what strange "bunker"-2000-had turned them into this, and what it could do, but all they did was dig a deeper rabbit hole. They never fully understood what they were doing, messing with memory or with 2000. Because they never understood, they were never succesful with attaching themselves to anything-and things began popping up behind them. 2316, the things in the auditorium, even the fate of Syncope members themselves-understood by none. And if the O5's intuiton is accurate, it's likely better for all of us if it's forgotten for good.
Basically, now, we know their motivations and their backstory, but we don't know what was going on behind the curtain with the other forces of memory and 2000, so to speak.
Is this the end of the story for Syncope and the mystery of 2000? Of course not. When our world ends-and it will end-a new group will be there in place of Syncope, as it has been in the past and likely will be again. They'll encounter the same mysteries, likely with a different thematic flair than band kids, but the questions will remain the same-unanswered. The core of 4833 is that the Foundation and Syncope both are dealing with forces they don't understand. The Foundation is just lucky enough to have it on their side.
And that concludes the SCP-4833, a story of being remembered and things nobody understands. I hope this piece helped you understand this piece better, and thank you to Tufto for the assistance on this piece. Thank you all for reading, and remember to let the music keep on playing.
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Rankings: Every D1 Team vs. Spread Since 2011 (Cumulative) - UVA, MSU, Nova on top

Since 2011 (as far back as I have data), how has each team done vs. the spread?
Specifically, if you bet $110 on every single game to beat the spread (which wins you $100 profit) since 2011, where would you be today? The chart below shows.
Interestingly, a lot of the best teams of the era were also the best vs. the spread. Coincidence? I'm not sure, honestly. Someone has to be best vs. the spread, and assuming it's a bell curve (and it is) someone will be 2+ standard deviations ahead. But there's no a priori reason it should be UVA and MSU instead of e.g. Washington State or St. Peter's.
(To pre-answer a question, sometimes you can win more money with fewer net wins vs. the spread because losses hurt you more than wins benefit you, and not every game gets a spread.)
Additional data / year-by-year cuts
Team Money Won Lines Set **Net Wins vs. Spread % Games Won & Beat Spread Points Above Spread
1 Virginia Cavaliers $4430 275 55 55.27% 559
2 Michigan State Spartans $3940 290 51 54.14% 440
3 Villanova Wildcats $3610 290 48 54.48% 329
4 South Dakota State Jackrabbits $3550 259 46 53.28% 593.5
5 Utah Utes $3200 272 43 44.49% 310.5
6 Wichita State Shockers $2340 276 35 52.54% 273
7 Tulsa Golden Hurricane $2290 264 34 45.08% 131
8 Yale Bulldogs $2070 201 29 47.26% 109.5
9 Gonzaga Bulldogs $1570 281 28 52.67% 525
10 Creighton Blue Jays $1480 277 27 50.54% 312
11 Buffalo Bulls $1420 270 26 46.67% 447.5
12 Saint Josephs-Pennsylvania Hawks $1410 206 23 46.12% 131.5
13 Houston Cougars $1410 250 25 47.2% 381.5
14 Davidson College Wildcats $1370 274 26 49.27% 134.5
15 Robert Morris Colonials $1350 109 18 44.04% -62.5
16 North Florida Ospreys $1350 108 18 38.89% 48.5
17 Northwestern State Demons $1330 74 16 29.73% 4
18 North Carolina Tar Heels $1290 296 26 50% 289.5
19 Georgia Bulldogs $1280 272 25 39.71% 203.5
20 Texas-Arlington Mavericks $1260 239 23 43.1% 231
21 Hartford Hawks $1250 87 16 42.53% 105.5
22 Oregon Ducks $1240 285 25 49.82% 315
23 Seton Hall Pirates $1170 275 24 43.64% 140
24 IUPU-Fort Wayne Mastadons $1130 242 22 40.5% 213
25 New Mexico State Aggies $1070 190 19 48.95% 352.5
26 Southeastern Louisiana Lions $1070 80 14 32.5% 102
27 California-Irvine Anteaters $1060 281 23 45.2% 185
28 William & Mary $1060 212 20 41.98% 47
29 Furman Paladins $1030 236 21 42.8% 187
30 Wisconsin-Green Bay Phoenix $1030 262 22 41.98% 87.5
31 Kansas Jayhawks $990 290 23 52.41% 66.5
32 Purdue Boilermakers $980 274 22 45.99% 299
33 Vermont Catamounts $940 112 14 48.21% 119
34 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets $920 264 21 35.98% -21
35 San Diego State Aztecs $910 271 21 49.08% 140
36 Wofford Terriers $870 253 20 43.08% 298.5
37 Saint Francis-Pennsylvania Red Flash $840 85 12 42.35% -89.5
38 Mississippi Rebels $820 281 21 40.57% -18
39 Florida International Panthers $770 232 18 34.91% 99.5
40 Nevada Wolf Pack $760 277 20 45.13% 138
41 Colgate Red Raiders $750 104 12 42.31% 146.5
42 Louisville Cardinals $740 282 20 47.16% 383
43 Providence Friars $740 279 20 44.44% 332.5
44 North Carolina Central Eagles $740 108 12 40.74% 166
45 Gardner Webb Runnin Bulldogs $730 106 12 42.45% 106.5
46 Norfolk State Spartans $720 110 12 35.45% 69
47 Tennessee State Tigers $660 233 17 33.48% 25.5
48 North Carolina State Wolfpack $650 275 19 43.64% 114.5
49 Fresno State Bulldogs $620 259 18 38.61% 295.5
50 Maryland Terrapins $610 268 18 44.03% 84
51 Saint Bonaventure Bonnies $600 265 18 46.04% 287
52 California Baptist $590 51 8 45.1% 51.5
53 Northern Illinois Huskies $540 258 17 32.17% -17
54 Southern University A&M Jaguars $540 105 10 34.29% 13.5
55 Army Black Knights $520 107 10 42.06% -37.5
56 South Dakota Coyotes $480 246 16 38.62% 139
57 Merrimack Warriors $480 30 6 56.67% -8
58 California-Santa Barbara Gauchos $480 247 16 41.7% 66.5
59 Iowa State Cyclones $470 269 17 44.98% 403.5
60 Prairie View A&M $470 97 9 36.08% 140.5
61 Manhattan Jaspers $460 270 17 41.11% 76.5
62 Hofstra Pride $440 256 16 40.23% 4.5
63 East Tennessee State Buccaneers $420 193 13 45.08% 125
64 Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks $420 236 15 30.08% 193
65 Lipscomb Bison $410 108 9 37.04% 84.5
66 Louisiana Tech Bulldogs $380 244 15 45.9% 80
67 Georgia Southern Eagles $370 248 15 38.71% 248
68 No.Carolina A&T $340 59 6 35.59% 90.5
69 Murray State Racers $340 252 15 46.43% 228.5
70 Fairleigh Dickinson-Metropolitan Knights $320 83 7 36.14% 197
71 Seattle University Red Hawks $310 129 9 37.21% 107
72 Iowa Hawkeyes $280 268 15 45.9% 129
73 Florida A&M $270 93 7 33.33% 64
74 Sam Houston State Bearkats $270 95 7 41.05% 34.5
75 Texas Rio Grande Vaqueros $250 80 6 32.5% 92
76 North Alabama $240 57 5 28.07% 25.5
77 Winthrop Eagles $230 102 7 38.24% -52.5
78 Arkansas-Little Rock Trojans $230 251 14 39.04% 9.5
79 San Francisco Dons $210 258 14 39.92% 143
80 Campbell Fighting Camels $200 86 6 37.21% -18.5
81 California State-Bakersfield Roadrunners $180 70 5 31.43% 48.5
82 Stetson Hatters $170 93 6 23.66% -21.5
83 Michigan Wolverines $160 287 15 48.78% 318.5
84 Utah Valley Wolverines $40 100 5 35% 22
85 Arizona Wildcats $30 294 14 50.34% 246
86 Indiana Hoosiers $10 276 13 45.65% 213.5
87 Dayton Flyers $0 277 13 47.29% 212.5
88 Valparaiso Crusaders $-40 267 12 44.94% 34.5
89 Central Florida Knights $-40 244 11 38.93% -70
90 Northern Kentucky Norse $-80 164 7 42.68% 139
91 Delaware Blue Hens $-80 254 11 37.01% -55.5
92 Jackson State Tigers $-100 86 3 26.74% -17
93 Montana Grizzlies $-100 263 11 44.11% 185.5
94 Long Island Brooklyn Blackbirds $-110 107 4 40.19% 104
95 Tennessee Volunteers $-110 282 12 42.2% 305
96 Bowling Green State Falcons $-120 261 11 38.7% -14
97 South Carolina-Upstate Spartans $-150 94 3 28.72% -66
98 Harvard Crimson $-170 227 9 42.73% 112
99 Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin Cajuns $-170 247 10 43.72% 14.5
100 Stony Brook Seawolves $-200 108 3 40.74% -21.5
101 New Hampshire Wildcats $-260 75 1 24% -67.5
102 Hampton University Pirates $-260 96 2 39.58% 175.5
103 Kansas State Wildcats $-280 270 10 42.59% 131
104 Duke Blue Devils $-280 292 11 50.68% 87
105 American Eagles $-290 102 2 39.22% 83.5
106 Princeton Tigers $-310 212 7 43.87% 43
107 Abilene Christian Wildcats $-310 62 0 40.32% 41
108 Missouri-Kansas City Kangaroos $-320 150 4 34.67% -5.5
109 Evansville Aces $-320 259 9 34.75% 50
110 Portland State Vikings $-360 246 8 36.59% -1
111 Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders $-400 276 9 42.75% 288
112 New Mexico Lobos $-400 274 9 45.99% -17
113 Florida State Seminoles $-400 276 9 46.38% 143.5
114 Coppin State Eagles $-410 105 1 21.9% -43
115 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers $-420 277 9 41.52% -7.5
116 South Carolina State Bulldogs $-430 88 0 20.45% 8
117 New Orleans Privateers $-440 69 -1 31.88% -18.5
118 Mississippi Valley State Delta Devils $-450 92 0 14.13% -111
119 Maryland-Baltimore County Retrievers $-450 92 0 35.87% -3.5
120 Samford Bulldogs $-460 244 7 31.15% 107
121 Oklahoma Sooners $-470 269 8 42.01% 178
122 Loyola-Chicago Ramblers $-470 265 8 38.49% 123.5
123 Radford Highlanders $-480 98 0 39.8% 78
124 Maine Black Bears $-500 80 -1 13.75% -41
125 Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles $-510 253 7 35.18% 92.5
126 Southern Methodist Mustangs $-520 260 7 43.08% 13.5
127 Eastern Washington Eagles $-530 258 7 40.31% 142.5
128 Baylor Bears $-540 261 7 45.59% 216.5
129 Florida Gulf Coast Eagles $-550 112 0 38.39% 60.5
130 Illinois-Chicago Flames $-580 267 7 31.84% -96.5
131 Towson Tigers $-580 246 6 36.59% 38
132 Albany Great Danes $-580 97 -1 31.96% 67
133 Saint Francis-New York Terriers $-590 55 -3 32.73% -93.5
134 Nicholls State Colonels $-590 77 -2 31.17% -99.5
135 Grambling State Tigers $-590 58 -3 32.76% 36
136 Memphis Tigers $-600 274 7 44.53% 135
137 North Carolina-Asheville Bulldogs $-610 101 -1 28.71% -69
138 Butler Bulldogs $-620 278 7 46.04% 55.5
139 Canisius Golden Griffins $-640 263 6 38.4% -108
140 Longwood Lancers $-640 87 -2 31.03% 85.5
141 Air Force Falcons $-650 240 5 30.83% -98
142 Virginia Tech Hokies $-650 260 6 36.92% 101
143 Akron Zips $-660 262 6 42.37% 86.5
144 Hawaii Rainbow Warriors $-680 247 5 42.11% 49
145 McNeese State Cowboys $-690 76 -3 30.26% -49
146 South Alabama Jaguars $-710 253 5 36.36% -91
147 Incarnate Word Cardinals $-710 58 -4 17.24% -50.5
148 Eastern Michigan Eagles $-720 251 5 39.44% 115.5
149 Mississippi State Bulldogs $-730 257 5 36.96% -66.5
150 Charleston Southern Buccaneers $-750 89 -3 32.58% 48.5
151 Mercer Bears $-750 195 2 36.92% -94.5
152 Mount Saint Marys Mountaineers $-770 70 -4 37.14% 9
153 Wyoming Cowboys $-770 265 5 35.85% -55.5
154 Auburn Tigers $-780 265 5 40% 4.5
155 Lafayette College Leopards $-790 98 -3 33.67% -151.5
156 Coastal Carolina Chanticleers $-790 139 -1 40.29% -25
157 Pennsylvania Quakers $-800 227 3 37% -27
158 Alabama A&M $-840 86 -4 19.77% -113
159 Saint Marys College-California Gaels $-850 237 3 47.68% 17
160 Jacksonville State Gamecocks $-860 239 3 31.8% 28
161 Belmont Bruins $-880 243 3 46.09% 95
162 Central Arkansas Bears $-890 74 -5 24.32% -103
163 New Jersey Tech Highlanders $-900 77 -5 28.57% 4.5
164 Saint Louis Billikens $-910 269 4 40.52% -86.5
165 Binghamton Bearcats $-910 81 -5 22.22% -17.5
166 Bethune Cookman Wildcats $-920 81 -5 33.33% -23
167 Clemson Tigers $-940 256 3 39.84% 34
168 Houston Baptist Huskies $-950 86 -5 18.6% -22
169 Nebraska-Omaha Mavericks $-960 216 1 35.65% 59.5
170 Presbyterian Blue Hose $-960 88 -5 25% -54.5
171 Pepperdine Waves $-970 263 3 31.18% -30
172 Maryland-Eastern Shore Hawks $-990 95 -5 14.74% -185.5
173 Oregon State Beavers $-990 267 3 36.7% -52.5
174 Bucknell Bison $-1020 121 -4 39.67% 107.5
175 Texas-El Paso Miners $-1030 252 2 37.7% -71
176 North Texas Mean Green Eagles $-1040 236 1 33.05% -187.5
177 Lamar Cardinals $-1050 85 -6 35.29% 21.5
178 Navy Midshipmen $-1050 107 -5 30.84% -20.5
179 Pacific Tigers $-1060 260 2 32.69% -109
180 California-Davis Aggies $-1060 259 2 35.91% 22
181 Xavier Musketeers $-1090 287 3 45.99% 57.5
182 Utah State Aggies $-1090 264 2 43.94% 151
183 Lehigh Mountain Hawks $-1100 116 -5 37.93% 55
184 Missouri Tigers $-1100 273 2 36.26% 31.5
185 Northern Colorado Bears $-1120 250 1 36.4% -134.5
186 Temple Owls $-1130 275 2 41.82% -66
187 Savannah State Tigers $-1140 63 -8 25.4% -219.5
188 Saint Peters Peacocks $-1150 213 -1 34.27% -45
189 Sacred Heart Pioneers $-1160 86 -7 33.72% -144
190 Toledo Rockets $-1180 260 1 42.69% 168
191 Wisconsin Badgers $-1190 286 2 46.85% 53.5
192 Grand Canyon Antelope $-1190 93 -7 34.41% 8
193 Loyola-Marymount Lions $-1210 140 -5 37.14% -100.5
194 Arkansas-Pine Bluff Golden Lions $-1230 99 -7 21.21% -1.5
195 Virginia Commonwealth Rams $-1250 278 1 46.04% 111.5
196 West Virginia Mountaineers $-1260 280 1 43.21% 38
197 Brown Bears $-1260 197 -3 30.46% 69
198 San Diego Toreros $-1260 258 0 31.78% 104.5
199 Texas A&M CC $-1260 85 -8 24.71% 21
200 Drake Bulldogs $-1270 264 0 36.36% 79.5
201 Penn State Nittany Lions $-1300 268 0 35.45% 38.5
202 Northern Iowa Panthers $-1310 271 0 45.02% -32.5
203 Massachusetts-Lowell River Hawks $-1310 75 -9 33.33% -29.5
204 Wright State Raiders $-1320 269 0 42.75% 108
205 Georgia State Panthers $-1320 266 0 45.11% 130
206 Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles $-1330 232 -2 32.76% -228.5
207 Massachusetts Minutemen $-1340 273 0 37.36% -130.5
208 Morgan State Bears $-1340 100 -8 29% -57
209 Quinnipiac Bobcats $-1350 193 -4 36.79% -61
210 Texas A&M $-1360 255 -1 38.82% -103.5
211 Western Michigan Broncos $-1380 262 -1 35.11% -9
212 Stephen F. Austin State Lumberjacks $-1380 89 -9 39.33% -85
213 Saint Johns Red Storm $-1380 241 -2 34.02% -53.5
214 Colorado Buffaloes $-1390 283 0 43.82% 72
215 Tennessee-Chattanooga Moccasins $-1410 246 -2 34.96% -180.5
216 North Carolina-Charlotte 49ers $-1420 251 -2 33.07% -259.5
217 Idaho Vandals $-1450 231 -3 33.77% -7
218 Western Carolina Catamounts $-1460 256 -2 30.47% -207
219 Alabama State Hornets $-1480 89 -10 19.1% -126.5
220 California-Riverside Highlanders $-1480 243 -3 26.75% -88.5
221 Idaho State Bengals $-1480 240 -3 25% -65.5
222 Oakland Golden Grizzlies $-1480 262 -2 35.88% -183
223 Chicago State Cougars $-1490 91 -10 6.59% -218
224 Loyola-Maryland Greyhounds $-1500 268 -2 28.73% -83.5
225 Jacksonville Dolphins $-1500 92 -10 27.17% 51.5
226 Boston University Terriers $-1510 115 -9 38.26% -63
227 Kentucky Wildcats $-1530 292 -1 47.6% 91.5
228 Miami-Florida Hurricanes $-1530 270 -2 42.96% 123
229 Siena College Saints $-1530 252 -3 35.71% -32.5
230 Stanford Cardinal $-1540 274 -2 41.97% -49
231 Vanderbilt Commodores $-1560 274 -2 36.13% 114.5
232 Holy Cross Crusaders $-1560 104 -10 27.88% -35.5
233 Rutgers Scarlet Knights $-1570 255 -3 29.41% -242.5
234 East Carolina Pirates $-1580 238 -4 29.83% -41
235 Eastern Kentucky Colonels $-1580 238 -4 34.03% -84.5
236 Delaware State Hornets $-1590 88 -11 17.05% -115.5
237 Louisiana State Tigers $-1600 266 -3 40.23% -100.5
238 Monmouth-New Jersey Hawks $-1600 220 -5 38.64% -59
239 Austin Peay State Governors $-1620 246 -4 32.93% -116
240 Boise State Broncos $-1630 265 -3 40.38% 92.5
241 Citadel Bulldogs $-1630 226 -5 19.47% -217
242 North Dakota Fighting Hawks $-1650 230 -5 33.91% -121
243 Kent State Golden Flashes $-1690 261 -4 40.61% -28
244 Liberty University Flames $-1690 107 -11 39.25% -30
245 Bryant University Bulldogs $-1700 88 -12 26.14% -128.5
246 Miami-Ohio Redhawks $-1700 263 -4 30.42% -53.5
247 Southern Illinois Salukis $-1710 266 -4 37.22% -153.5
248 Appalachian State Mountaineers $-1720 245 -5 29.39% -109.5
249 Marshall Thundering Herd $-1730 268 -4 37.31% -224.5
250 Rhode Island Rams $-1730 269 -4 38.66% 60
251 Nebraska Cornhuskers $-1740 268 -4 35.07% 23
252 Alabama Crimson Tide $-1750 273 -4 37% 21.5
253 Marquette Golden Eagles $-1770 274 -4 41.97% -16
254 Denver Pioneers $-1780 253 -5 37.15% -103
255 Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners $-1790 214 -7 33.18% 70.5
256 Alcorn State Braves $-1800 87 -13 20.69% -164.5
257 High Point Panthers $-1820 91 -13 29.67% -136
258 Texas Southern Tigers $-1840 119 -12 30.25% -33
259 Central Michigan Chippewas $-1840 254 -6 34.65% -50
260 Arkansas Razorbacks $-1860 269 -5 43.49% -104
261 Rider Broncs $-1870 254 -6 38.58% -27.5
262 Syracuse Orange $-1880 274 -5 45.26% -139.5
263 Brigham Young Cougars $-1880 278 -5 46.04% 118
264 Oklahoma State Cowboys $-1940 268 -6 39.18% 93.5
265 North Carolina-Greensboro Spartans $-1950 249 -7 37.75% 130
266 Texas Longhorns $-1970 273 -6 36.26% -9.5
267 Cleveland State Vikings $-2030 267 -7 33.71% -109
268 Ohio State Buckeyes $-2030 283 -6 45.94% 20.5
269 Niagara Purple Eagles $-2040 265 -7 30.94% -131
270 Marist Red Foxes $-2050 245 -8 27.35% -19
271 South Carolina Gamecocks $-2060 272 -7 38.6% -93.5
272 Central Connecticut State Blue Devils $-2070 79 -16 15.19% -148.5
273 California State-Sacramento Hornets $-2100 239 -9 31.38% -83.5
274 Texas State Bobcats $-2110 217 -10 35.94% -44.5
275 Missouri State Bears $-2120 237 -9 32.07% -167
276 Southern California Trojans $-2150 288 -7 37.85% -174.5
277 Northwestern Wildcats $-2160 270 -8 35.56% -62
278 California State-Long Beach 49ers $-2170 274 -8 34.67% -16
279 California State-Northridge Matadors $-2190 254 -9 25.98% -247.5
280 Duquesne Dukes $-2210 240 -10 32.08% -133.5
281 Columbia Lions $-2240 199 -12 27.64% -79.5
282 Notre Dame Fighting Irish $-2250 267 -9 40.07% -117.5
283 Wagner Seahawks $-2250 94 -17 35.11% -144.5
284 UCLA Bruins $-2290 292 -8 44.86% 9
285 Connecticut Huskies $-2290 273 -9 38.83% -94.5
286 Troy Trojans $-2360 245 -11 29.8% -47.5
287 Wisconsin-Milwaukee Panthers $-2360 270 -10 33.33% -188
288 Cornell Big Red $-2360 207 -13 26.57% -150
289 Morehead State Eagles $-2370 253 -11 30.83% -171.5
290 Cincinnati Bearcats $-2390 272 -10 45.22% 84.5
291 Ohio Bobcats $-2400 252 -11 40.87% -110
292 Washington Huskies $-2400 275 -10 38.91% -70
293 UNLV Rebels $-2450 289 -10 39.1% -154.5
294 Richmond Spiders $-2470 269 -11 40.15% 18
295 Northeastern Huskies $-2470 267 -11 41.95% 15
296 Dartmouth College Big Green $-2480 192 -15 24.48% -12
297 Howard Bison $-2500 103 -19 21.36% -141
298 Florida Gators $-2510 281 -11 41.64% 193
299 Boston College Eagles $-2520 257 -12 26.85% -112.5
300 Portland Pilots $-2530 262 -12 26.34% -235
301 Colorado State Rams $-2530 262 -12 37.4% 142.5
302 Southeast Missouri State Redhawks $-2540 240 -13 27.08% 44
303 Youngstown State Penguins $-2580 250 -13 28.4% -153
304 Southern Illinois-Edwardsville Cougars $-2620 231 -14 23.38% -83
305 Minnesota Golden Gophers $-2620 278 -12 38.49% -295.5
306 Fairfield Stags $-2650 260 -13 33.85% -199.5
307 Georgetown Hoyas $-2670 265 -13 38.11% 14
308 Indiana State Sycamores $-2670 267 -13 37.83% -159.5
309 North Carolina-Wilmington Seahawks $-2690 253 -14 32.02% -162
310 Arkansas State Red Wolves $-2700 249 -14 34.54% -193
311 Virginia Military Keydets $-2750 177 -18 21.47% -339
312 Southern Utah Thunderbirds $-2820 255 -15 24.71% -195
313 Illinois State Redbirds $-2820 274 -14 40.15% 54
314 Arizona State Sun Devils $-2900 278 -15 39.93% -28
315 Old Dominion Monarchs $-2910 271 -15 39.85% -11.5
316 Weber State Wildcats $-2920 252 -16 40.48% -69
317 Elon Phoenix $-2920 252 -16 34.52% -134
318 Drexel Dragons $-2970 265 -16 32.83% -120.5
319 Wake Forest Demon Deacons $-2980 265 -16 30.19% -100.5
320 Rice University Owls $-3050 238 -18 25.21% -38
321 Fordham Rams $-3090 248 -18 25.4% -177.5
322 South Florida Bulls $-3100 267 -17 27.72% -131
323 DePaul Blue Demons $-3100 271 -17 28.78% -167.5
324 Iona Gaels $-3130 274 -17 41.97% 116
325 North Dakota State Bison $-3140 254 -18 42.52% -7.5
326 Alabama-Birmingham Blazers $-3170 261 -18 38.7% -117.5
327 Western Illinois Leathernecks $-3180 220 -20 27.73% -167
328 Washington State Cougars $-3190 265 -18 31.7% -191
329 Montana State Bobcats $-3210 251 -19 30.68% -213.5
330 Bradley Braves $-3220 274 -18 31.02% -266.5
331 Northern Arizona Lumberjacks $-3260 258 -19 26.36% -372
332 Texas Tech Red Raiders $-3270 258 -19 33.33% -57
333 Kennesaw State Owls $-3280 91 -27 8.79% -186
334 Santa Clara Broncos $-3390 263 -20 31.94% -207.5
335 Oral Roberts Golden Eagles $-3550 209 -24 29.67% -180
336 La Salle Explorers $-3570 260 -22 35.38% -194
337 James Madison Dukes $-3580 260 -22 33.85% -144.5
338 Eastern Illinois Panthers $-3630 246 -23 33.33% -214
339 Texas Christian Horned Frogs $-3690 261 -23 31.8% -44.5
340 Detroit-Mercy Titans $-3700 266 -23 27.07% -221.5
341 George Mason Patriots $-3850 272 -24 35.29% -55.5
342 Tennessee-Martin Skyhawks $-3870 229 -26 29.26% -239
343 Tulane Green Wave $-3900 242 -26 27.69% -223
344 California Golden Bears $-4020 283 -25 36.4% -326
345 Illinois Fighting Illini $-4030 274 -26 35.04% -193
346 Ball State Cardinals $-4170 249 -28 32.13% -143.5
347 California State-Fullerton Titans $-4170 252 -28 32.14% -66.5
348 Florida Atlantic Owls $-4350 244 -30 27.87% -151
349 San Jose State Spartans $-4370 252 -30 16.67% -384
350 College of Charleston Cougars $-4790 266 -33 37.97% -194.5
351 George Washington Colonials $-5090 267 -36 34.46% -79.5
352 Indiana-Purdue Jaguars $-5140 254 -37 25.59% -339
353 Pittsburgh Panthers $-5190 272 -37 31.25% -289.5
354 Cal Poly-Slo Mustangs $-6250 249 -48 26.1% -338
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Week 11 College Football Imperialism Map

What if College Football games were actually battles for land? This map answers this question. The original map is my closest FBS team to every county, but if a team is beaten their land is taken by the team that beat them.
Map
GIF of season to this point
Top 5 Teams By Land Area
(If Alaska is excluded USC falls to number 4)
Team Area (Sq. Miles)
USC 894,240
Wisconsin 721,773
Miami 278,054
Alabama 235,035
West Virginia 196,041
Top 5 Teams by Number of Counties/Parishes
Team Counties
Wisconsin 631
Miami 433
Alabama 371
USC 280
West Virginia 240
Top 5 Teams by Population
Team Population
USC 58,681,947
Miami 44,003,805
Wisconsin 37,657,236
UCF 25,740,228
Alabama 24,549,586
Number of Territories for Each Team
Territories Teams
22 Miami
17 USC
14 Wisconsin
13 Alabama
10 UCF West Virginia
8 Auburn
5 Northwestern Houston
4 Washington State
3 Memphis Oklahoma Boise State Georgia State
2 OhioJacksonville StateFAU
1 Old DominionUABNC StateJames Madison
Teams that Can Win Each Territory by the End of Regular Season
Current Owner Teams with a Chance
USC UCLACalifornia
Miami VirginiaPittsburghVirginia Tech
UCF TempleUSFTulsa
Auburn ULMAlabamaArkansas StateFlorida State
Alabama MercerAuburn
Wisconsin MichiganMinnesotaOhio State
West Virginia TexasOklahomaTexas Tech
Northwestern MinnesotaIllinoisWisconsin
Houston TulaneNavySMUArmy
Washington State Washington
Memphis SMUECUTulane
Oklahoma KansasWest VirginiaOklahoma State
Boise State Air ForceFresno StateUtah State
Georgia State Appalachian StateIdahoLouisiana
Ohio AkronBuffaloKent State
Old Dominion RiceMiddle TennesseeNorth Texas
FAU FIUCharlotteWKUUMass
UAB FloridaUTEPFlorida StateULM
NC State Wake ForestNorth CarolinaDuke
Jacksonville State Tennessee State
James Madison Elon
Games this week
Team Betting Line Team
UAB +11 Florida
NC State +3.5 Wake Forest
West Virginia -3 Texas
Northwestern -6.5 Minnesota
Old Dominion -7 Rice
Wisconsin -8.5 Michigan
Houston -9 Tulane
Memphis -11 SMU
UCF -13.5 Temple
FAU -14 FIU
USC -15 UCLA
Miami -17 Virginia
Boise State -17 Air Force
Oklahoma -34.5 Kansas
Auburn -37 ULM
Alabama No Line Mercer
Ohio No Line Akron
Jacksonville State No Line Tennessee State
James Madison No Line Elon
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Week 2 betting lines

Here are the week 2 betting lines. Last week I went 1-3-1 which is why I have a day job. My picks ATS this week are: 1. UNC +10 vs Louisville 2. Arkansas +3 vs TCU 3. South Carolina +2.5 @ Mizzou 4. UTSA +16 @ Baylor 5. Duke +3.0 vs NU.
Teams Bovada V1 Consensus Westgate Superbook MGM Mirage William Hill Wynn LV CG Tech. Stations BetOnline
Oklahoma State @ South Alabama OKST -29 OKST -28 OKST -28 OKST -28.5 OKST -28.5 OKST -28 OKST -28 OKST -28.5 OKST -28
Ohio @ Purdue PUR -4.0 PUR -3.5 PUR -3.5 PUR -3.5 PUR -3.5 PUR -3.5 PUR -4.0 PUR -4.0 PUR -3.5
FAU @ Wisconsin WIS -32 WIS -31.5 WIS -32 WIS -31.5 WIS -31.5 WIS -33 WIS -32 WIS -33 WIS -32
Charlotte @ Kansas State KSU -36.5 KSU -36.5 KSU -36.5 KSU -36 KSU -36 KSU -35.5 KSU -36 KSU -36 KSU -36
Cincinnati @ Michigan UM -35 UM -34.5 UM -34.5 UM -34.5 UM -34 UM -35 UM -34 UM -34.5 UM -34
ECU @ West Virginia WVU -24.5 WVU -24 WVU -24 WVU -24 WVU -24 WVU -24 WVU -24.5 WVU -24 WVU -24
Iowa @ Iowa State Iowa -3.0 Iowa -2.5 Iowa -2.5 Iowa -2.5 Iowa -2.5 Iowa -2.5 Iowa -2.5 Iowa -2.5 Iowa -2.5
Louisville @ North Carolina UL -10 UL -9.5 UL -10 UL -9.5 UL -9.5 UL -9.5 UL -10 UL -10 UL -9.5
ULM @ Florida State FSU -34.5 FSU -34.5 FSU -34.5 FSU -33.5 FSU -34 FSU -34.5 FSU -34.5 FSU -33.5 FSU -34
Northwestern @ Duke NW -3.0 NW -3.0 NW -4.0 NW -3.0 NW -3.0 NW -3.5 NW -3.0 NW -3.0 NW -3.0
USF @ Connecticut USF -17 USF -17 USF -17 USF -17 USF -17.5 USF -17 USF -17 USF -17.5 USF -17
Buffalo @ Army Army -16.5 Army -16.5 Army -16.5 Army -16.5 Army -16.5 Army -16.5 Army -16 Army -16.5 Army -16.5
Wake Forest @ Boston College PK PK PK BC -1.0 BC -1.0 PK BC -1.5 BC -1.0 PK
Texas State @ Colorado COLO –35.5 COLO -35.5 COLO -35.5 COLO -36 COLO -36 COLO -36 COLO -36 COLO -36 COLO -36
UAB @ Ball State BSU -14 BSU -14.5 BSU -14.5 BSU -14 BSU -14 BSU -14 BSU -14 BSU -13.5 BSU -14
Indiana @ Virginia IND -3.0 IND -3.0 IND -3.0 IND -3.0 IND -3.0 IND -3.0 IND -3.0 IND -3.0 IND -3.0
Middle Tennessee @ Syracuse SYR -10 SYR -10 SYR -9.5 SYR -10 SYR -9.5 SYR -9.5 SYR -10 SYR -9.5 SYR -10
TCU @ Arkansas TCU -3.0 TCU -3.0 TCU -3.0 TCU -3.5 TCU -3.0 TCU -3.0 TCU -3.0 TCU -3.0 TCU -3.5
Fresno State @ Alabama BAMA -43 BAMA -44 BAMA -43.5 BAMA -43.5 BAMA -44 BAMA -43 BAMA -43.5 BAMA -44 BAMA -44
Old Dominion @ UMass ODU -3.5 ODU -3.5 ODU -3.5 ODU -3.5 ODU -3.5 ODU -3.5 ODU -3.5 ODU -3.5 ODU -3.5
Pittsburgh @ Penn State PSU -21.5 PSU -21 PSU -21 PSU -21 PSU -21 PSU -22 PSU -21 PSU -21 PSU -21
Western Michigan @ Michigan State MSU -7.0 MSU -7.5 MSU -7.5 MSU -7.5 MSU -7.5 MSU -7.5 MSU -7.5 MSU -7.5 MSU -7.5
Eastern Michigan @ Rutgers RUTG -5.5 RUTG -5.5 RUTG -5.5 RUTG -5.0 RUTG -5.0 RUTG -5.0 RUTG -6.0 RUTG -5.5 RUTG -5.5
San José State @ Texas Locked UT -26 UT -26 UT -26.5 UT -26 UT -27.5 UT -27 UT -26 UT -26.5
Tulane @ Navy NAVY -13.5 NAVY -13 NAVY -13 NAVY -13 NAVY -13 NAVY -13 NAVY -12 NAVY -13 NAVY -13
Louisiana @ Tulsa TULSA -14 TULSA -14 TULSA -14.5 TULSA -14.5 TULSA -15 TULSA -15 TULSA -14 TULSA -16 TULSA -14
Central Michigan @ Kansas KAN -5.5 KAN -5.5 KAN -5.5 KAN -5.0 KAN -5.5 KAN -5.5 KAN -5.0 KAN -5.5 KAN -5.5
Nebraska @ Oregon UO -13.5 UO -13.5 UO -13.5 UO -13 UO -13.5 UO -13.5 UO -13 UO -14 UO -14
Hawai'i @ UCLA UCLA -23.5 UCLA -23.5 UCLA -23.5 UCLA -23.5 UCLA -23 UCLA -23.5 UCLA -23.5 UCLA -23 UCLA -23.5
Marshall @ NC State NCST -24.5 NCST -24 NCST -24 NCST -24 NCST -24.5 NCST -24.5 NCST -24 NCST -24.5 NCST -24
Auburn @ Clemson CLEM -6.0 CLEM -5.0 CLEM -5.0 CLEM -5.5 CLEM -5.5 CLEM -6.0 CLEM -6.0 CLEM -6.0 CLEM -5.5
South Carolina @ Missouri MIZZ -2.5 MIZZ -2.5 MIZZ -2.5 MIZZ -2.5 MIZZ -2.5 MIZZ -2.5 MIZZ -2.5 MIZZ -2.5 MIZZ -2.5
North Texas @ SMU SMU -13.5 SMU -13.5 SMU -13.5 SMU -13.5 SMU -13.5 SMU -13 SMU -13 SMU -13.5 SMU -13.5
Toledo @ Nevada TOL -10 TOL -10 TOL -10 TOL -10 TOL -9.5 TOL -9.5 TOL -9.5 TOL -9.5 TOL -9.5
UNLV @ Idaho IDAHO -6.5 IDAHO -6.5 IDAHO -6.5 IDAHO -6.5 IDAHO -6.5 IDAHO -6.5 IDAHO -6.5 IDAHO -6.5 IDAHO -6.5
Georgia @ Notre Dame ND -5.0 ND -5.0 ND -5.0 ND -5.0 ND -5.0 ND -5.0 ND -4.5 ND -4.5 ND -4.5
Oklahoma @ Ohio State tOSU -7.5 tOSU -7.5 tOSU -7.5 tOSU -7.0 tOSU -7.5 tOSU -7.0 tOSU -7.5 tOSU -7.5 tOSU -7.5
Mississippi State @ Louisiana Tech MSST -9.0 MSST -9.5 MSST -9.5 MSST -9.0 MSST -9.0 MSST -8.5 MSST -9.0 MSST -8.5 MSST -8.5
UTSA @ Baylor BAY -16 BAY -17 BAY -17 BAY -17 BAY -17 BAY -17 BAY -16.5 BAY -17 BAY -17
New Mexico State @ New Mexico UNM -7.0 UNM -7.0 UNM -7.0 UNM -7.0 UNM -7.0 UNM -7.5 UNM -7.5 UNM -7.0 UNM -7.0
Rice @ UTEP UTEP -1.5 UTEP -1.5 UTEP -1.5 UTEP -1.5 UTEP -1.0 UTEP -1.0 UTEP -1.0 UTEP -1.5 UTEP -1.0
WKU @ Illinois WKU -7.0 WKU -7.5 WKU -7.0 WKU -7.0 WKU -7.5 WKU -7.5 WKU -7.0 WKU -7.5 WKU -7.5
Stanford @ USC USC -5.5 USC -6.0 USC -6.0 USC -6.5 USC -5.5 USC -6.0 USC -6.0 USC -6.0 USC -5.5
Minnesota @ Oregon State ORST -2.0 ORST -2.5 ORST -2.0 ORST -2.5 ORST -2.0 ORST -2.0 ORST -2.5 ORST -2.0 ORST -2.0
Utah @ BYU UTAH -3.0 UTAH -2.5 UTAH -3.0 UTAH -2.5 UTAH -3.0 UTAH -2.0 UTAH -2.5 UTAH -2.5 UTAH -2.5
Boise State @ Washington State WSU -10.5 WSU -10 WSU -10 WSU -10 WSU -10 WSU -10 WSU -10 WSU -10 WSU -10.5
Houston @ Arizona UH -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.5 UH -1.0 UH -1.0
San Diego State @ Arizona State ASU -3.5 ASU -3.5 ASU -4.0 ASU -3.5 ASU -3.5 ASU -3.5 ASU -3.5 ASU -3.5 ASU -3.5
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Predicting the Final Score of Every Bowl Game

If you have seen any of my previous posts, I will be predicting the final score of every bowl game this year using a method that I made up based on S&P+. I will be logging all of my predictions, as well as the result of those predictions, here. Click the link of each bowl to see the detailed breakdown of how I got to my prediction.
Disclaimer: All odds are the opening odds according to OddsShark. I will not be using the updated odds. My reason for this is that I will be using information that was freely available when the betting lines opened, and therefore any prediction I make today, tomorrow, next week, etc. would be the same as if I had made the prediction the day the odds opened. I am simply spreading out my predictions because it will take me 10+ hours to do all of them, and I am not going to sit down and do them all at once. I will post each prediction the day before each bowl.
Date Bowl Teams Spread OU Projection Spread Pick OU Pick Final Score Picked Winner? Beat Spread? Beat OU?
Dec. 16th New Orleans Bowl Troy vs. North Texas Troy -5 60.5 37-25 Troy Troy Over 50-30 Troy Yes Yes Yes
Dec. 16th Cure Bowl Georgia State vs. Western Kentucky WKU -6.5 54.5 29-23 WKU Georgia St. Under 27-17 Georgia St. No Yes Yes
Dec. 16th Las Vegas Bowl Boise State vs. Oregon Oregon -7 62.5 33-28 Boise St. Boise St. Under 38-28 Boise St. Yes Yes No
Dec. 16th New Mexico Bowl Marshall vs. Colorado State CSU -3 58.5 36-24 CSU CSU Over 31-28 Marshall No No Yes
Dec. 16th Camellia Bowl Middle Tennessee vs. Arkansas State Ark St. -3.5 60.5 28-22 Ark. St. Ark St. Under 35-30 Middle Tennessee No No No
Dec. 19th Boca Raton Bowl Akron vs. Florida Atlantic FAU -17 64.5 43-22 FAU FAU Over 50-3 FAU Yes Yes No
Dec. 20th Frisco Bowl SMU vs. Louisianna Tech SMU -5 70 40-37 SMU Louisiana Tech Over 51-10 Louisiana Tech No Yes No
Dec. 21st Gasparilla Bowl Temple vs. Florida International Temple -8 56 26-25 Temple FIU Under 28-3 Temple Yes No Yes
Dec. 22nd Bahamas Bowl UAB vs. Ohio Ohio -7 56 31-25 Ohio UAB Technically a push, I flipped a coin and took Under 41-6 Ohio Yes No Yes
Dec. 22nd Famous Idaho Potato Bowl Wyoming vs. Central Michigan EV 45 20-16 Wyoming Wyoming Under 37-14 Wyoming Yes Yes No
Dec. 23rd Brimingham Bowl Texas Tech vs. South Florida USF -2.5 67.5 36-22 USF USF Under 38-34 USF Yes Yes No
Dec. 23rd Armed Forces Bowl Army vs. San Diego State SDS -6 46.5 27-22 San Diego State Army Over 42-35 Army No Yes Yes
Dec. 23rd Dollar General Bowl Appalachian State vs. Toledo Toledo -7 62 33-30 Toledo App State Over 34-0 App State No Yes No
Dec. 24th Hawai'i Bowl Fresno State vs. Houston Houston -1.5 50 25-22 Houston Houston Under 33-27 Fresno State No No No
Dec. 26th Heart of Dallas Bowl Utah vs. West Virginia Utah -4.5 57 33-29 Utah West Virginia Over 30-14 Utah Yes No No
Dec. 26th Quick Lane Bowl Duke vs. Northern Illinois Duke -2.5 47.5 22-18 Northern Illinois Northern Illinois Under 36-14 Duke No No No
Dec. 26th Cactus Bowl Kansas State vs. UCLA KS -3 63.5 38-33 Kansas State Kansas State Over 35-17 Kansas State Yes Yes No
Dec. 27th Independence Bowl Florida State vs. Southern Miss FSU -14 49 24-20 Southern Miss Southern Miss Under 42-13 Florida State No No No
Dec. 27th Pinstripe Bowl Boston College vs. Iowa Iowa -3 45 19-18 Boston College Boston College Under 27-20 Iowa No No No
Dec. 27th Foster Farms Bowl Arizona vs. Purdue Arizona -4.5 65 34-29 Purdue Purdue Under 38-35 Purdue Yes Yes No
Dec. 27th Texas Bowl Texas vs. Missouri Missouri -1 60.5 29-27 Texas Texas Under 33-16 Texas Yes Yes Yes
Dec. 28th Military Bowl Virginia vs. Navy Ev 55 30-26 Virginia Virginia Over 49-7 Navy No No Yes
Dec. 28th Camping World Bowl Oklahoma State vs. Virginia Tech OSU -6.5 63 33-26 OSU OSU Under 30-21 OSU Yes Yes Yes
Dec. 28th Alamo Bowl Stanford vs. TCU TCU -2 49 22-20 TCU Technically a push, I flipped a coin and took TCU (TCU was heads, because Hornfrogs have heads) Under 39-37 TCU Yes Push No
Dec. 28th Holiday Bowl Michigan State vs. Washington State WSU -4.5 45.5 21-18 Washington State Michigan State Under 42-17 MSU No Yes No
Dec. 29th Belk Bowl Wake Forest vs. Texas A&M WF -2.5 64.5 36-30 Wake Forest Wake Forest Over
Dec. 29th Sun Bowl NC State vs. Arizona State NCSU -5 59.5 32-29 NC State Arizona State Over
Dec. 29th Music City Bowl Kentucky vs. Northwestern NW -6.5 51 30-20 Northwestern Northwestern Under
Dec. 29th Arizona Bowl Utah State vs. New Mexico State USU -3 61.5 33-27 Utah State Utah State Under
Dec. 29th Cotton Bowl USC vs. Ohio State OSU -6 64.5 40-25 OSU OSU Over
Dec. 30th Taxslayer Bowl Louisville vs. Mississippi State Louisville -5.5 62 34-33 Miss St. Miss St. Over
Dec. 30th Liberty Bowl Iowa State vs. Memphis Memphis -3 66 33-25 Memphis Memphis Under
Dec. 30th Fiesta Bowl Washington vs. Penn State PSU -4.5 55 31-25 Washington Washington Over
Dec. 30th Orange Bowl Wisconsin vs. Miami Wisconsin -5.5 45.5 26-17 Wisconsin Wisconsin Under
Jan. 1st Outback Bowl Michigan vs. South Carolina Michigan -7.5 43 27-16 Michigan Michigan Technically a push, I flipped a coin and took Over
Jan. 1st Peach Bowl Auburn vs. UCF Auburn -8 66.5 35-28 Auburn UCF Under
Jan. 1st Citrus Bowl Notre Dame vs. LSU LSU -1 51 26-23 Notre Dame Notre Dame Under
Jan. 1st Rose Bowl Oklahoma vs. Georgia Oklahoma -1.5 60 37-31 UGA UGA Over
Jan. 1st Sugar Bowl Clemson vs. Alabama Ev 47 21-16 Clemson Clemson Under
Jan. 8th CFP National Championship TBD TBD
Final Results 52% 58% 36%
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It appears unlikely that will change against Boise State. Boise State 37, Marshall 17. Betting expert Lee Sterling of Paramount Sports, who appears weekly on KTIK (0-1, 0-1): “(Marshall has) a Boise State vs Washington 2019 Las Vegas Bowl Betting Trends Huskies are 5-1 SU in their last 6 games against an opponent in the Mountain West conference Huskies are 7-3 ATS in their last 10 games played in December College football best bets, Week 1: Betting lines, score predictions for Oregon vs. Auburn, Boise State vs. Florida State, 20 other games Updated Aug 30, 2019; Posted Aug 29, 2019 The line drop also indicates that money has streamed in favoring Boise, and Michael Gift, who follows gambling odds closely, confirmed as much via Twitter. He said this week that 74 percent of the cash that has come in is flowing into the Boise State bucket. Ok state line moved to -2.5. 74% of the cash flowing in on Boise. Portland State vs. Boise State Prediction: Betting Line, Odds & Pick Share on 2019 at Albertsons Stadium in Boise, Idaho. Boise State won the game 14-7.

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