AmericanBettingExperts Extend Impressive MLB and College Football Runs!

AmericanBettingExperts extended their impressive run of Baseball and Football picks over the weekend.

Last weekend’s NFL matches offered a mixed bag of results for our guys at AmericanBettingExperts, putting us at 17-11 for the season. However, our Baseball and College Football picks delivered huge returns for our followers.

Our baseball run rose from 33-17 to 37-18 on Friday after four of our five MLB picks came through, chosen by our tipster Daeshon Underwood. The Phillies and Twins were just two of the teams that won on Friday to boost our winning run.

As if this wasn’t enough, our College Football picks went 4-2 over the weekend, extending our College Football run to 15-3. The likes of Auburn and Oklahoma State performed well to win big and win us big money!

Overall, another successful week of picks for AmericanBettingExperts. Check out our site and social platforms over the next few days for more sports news and free picks!

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