Found the below pick at bettingadvice forum. Looks good. Hurry up and bet because it stats in 30 mins. If that inside info guy is on it, it must be good because he has good record on his page. I will put $10 on the money line and $100 on the spread and see how it goes.
Florida International vs South Florida
Pick 1: Florida International +30 (1.91) 10/10 Units
Pick 2: Florida International win (24.00) 1/10 units
South Florida has talent, depth, and explosive offence. They are averaging almost 500 yards per game and the defense has given up only 252.3 yards. Florida International is in experienced and their offense has not showed up yet. Florida international is averaging only 178.5 offensive yards per with 0 offensive touchdowns while their defense has given up a total 10 touchdowns and an average of 448 yards per game. This looks like a blow out victory for South florida but 28.5 points is a lot considering that this is a nationally televised home opener in their bran new stadium. The last time these two teams played (2006), it took a late TD pass to Taurus Johnson and a forced turnover for the Bulls to hold on for a one-point victory at Raymond James Stadium – and that was against an FIU team that eventually finished the season 0-12 and was competitive in only half of those losses.
FIU has been overmatched so far, playing tough defence of iowa and kansas in the first two weeks, but it’s also still getting a feel for the system of new offensive coordinator Bill Legg, who was the co-offensive coordinator at Purdue the past two seasons. Starting offensive linemen Brad Serini and Mario Caraballo (right tackle) both have recovered from foot injuries and are expected to play. After two road games and a bye week, the offense should be ready to put some numbers and keep this game with in 4 touchdowns. Normally I would'nt take the moneyline bet but one of the key insider info capper, that i follow in college football is on Florida international and the points. He usually wins his picks straight up, so i am throwing 1 unit on the huge moneyline.