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Pac-12 Picks: Gimino 6-0 record against spread last week, ties Rivera for lead


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This season two of my colleagues — Steve Rivera of GOAZCATS.com and Anthony Gimino of TucsonNewsNow.com — and I am picking the outcomes of Pac-12 games. Odds listed are of the Westgate Superbook in Las Vegas. …

Anthony Gimino went a perfect 6-0 against the spread with his picks last week, a rare feat.

That record, coupled with Steve Rivera’s 4-2 mark, means the scribes are tied at 31-16-2 going into the last weekend of regular season games. The Pac-12 title game is next week.

I faltered with 2-4 record last week to fall to 28-19-2, three games behind Rivera and Gimino now.

The plus-30 above .500 mark against the spread combined for Rivera and Gimino is impressive. The oddsmakers have nothing on them.

Click on the next arrow to see who the scribes picked in today’s rivalry games.

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SCRIBES SPREAD SELECTION STANDINGS
SU: Straight-up pick. ATS: Against-the-spread pick.

Picker SU Pct. ATS Pct.
Steve Rivera 40-9 .816 31-16-2 .653
Anthony Gimino 39-10 .796 31-16-2 .653
Javier Morales 35-14 .714 28-19-2 .592

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