I might take the Baylor Bears on the ML tonight, not sure as of yet. I saw both of ULM's games this morning and I'm convinced that they are not a very good team. Their dual threat qb may pose some problems for Baylor's defense and all the risks ULM's coach takes might hurt them in this game if they don't convert especially with their special teams issues. Baylor's defense is fast and athletic but vulnerable to choking in the secondary and allowing big plays. With that being said I like Balyor's starting QB Nick Florence, I believe their offense is pounding on all cylinders once again this year. If anything, this will either be a complete rout for Baylor if they start out fast or it may be a back and forth shootout, if that's the case I still like my chances with Baylor. I'm about to watch the Baylor games again, if I feel comfortable I'll probably unload on them for sure later on. I actually think because of the close games ULM had against two SEC teams on the road that they are being hyped, hence we get a better value on Baylor. Auburn is a team that have a lot of issues on both sides of the ball and their defense is not what people believe it to be, they had a hard time adjusting to Kolton Browning's big play capabilities in the fourth quarter and allowed big time 4th down conversions which ultimately led to two touchdowns forcing the game into overtime. Arkansas had solid control over ULM a couple weeks ago, but when Tyler Wilson went down the team collapsed as a whole. Arkansas lost that game themselves, I didn't really see anything exemplary from ULM that makes me believe they'll be able to keep pace against Baylor tonight. Arthur Briles has plenty of video to figure out the strengths and weaknesses on the ULM side and I believe he is the better coach tonight as well which plays a huge factor in my decision making. I would also like to add that the veteran defensive coordinator for Baylor, Phil Bennet, will do a great job with the personnel he has available to him in making things difficult for Kolton Browning.