2017 Arizona Bowl Free Pick - New Mexico State vs. Utah State: Aggies Guaranteed Winner

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Tony George has a good free pick for us today with Friday's Arizona Bowl between New Mexico State (+4+ and Utah State (-4) *Line subject to change.

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As for the Arizona Bowl, Tony promises something that has "never been done before in the history of sports handicapping".

What might that be?

"Guaranteed, one hundred percent, you can't lose winner," he tells us.

So who is it?  Watch below and don't forget to click for more picks.

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