Name: Matt Fargo
Matt Fargo is becoming recognized as one of the best and most consistent handicappers
in the world. He has been handicapping professionally since his college days
and his hard work and dedication have paid off considerably. In his 13 years
of handicapping, Fargo has had winning seasons 11 times and has not had a losing
season in the past nine campaigns. He brings with him numerous high ranking
finishes in all sports with 16 Top Tenís in the past three years alone
including four #1ís.
2005 #10 MLB Regular Season Net Units
2004-05 #1 NCAA Basketball Net Units
2004-05 #1 NCAA Basketball Win %
2004-05 #5 NFL Net Units
2004-05 #5 NFL Win %
2004-05 #2 NCAA Football Net Units
2004-05 #2 NCAA Football Win %
2003-04 #1 NCAA Basketball Net Units
2003-04 #4 NCAA Basketball Win %
2003-04 #7 NFL Net Units
2003-04 #5 NFL Win %
2003-04 #4 NFL Postseason Net Units
2003-04 #4 NCAA Football Net Units
2003-04 #8 NCAA Bowl Season Net Units
2002-03 #10 NCAA Football Net Units
2002-03 #1 NFLX Net Units
Years in handicapping: Entering 13th year
Achievements in handicapping: Only two losing seasons, none in the past
eight years. Numerous first-place finishes in college football and basketball
along with top tens in pro baseball, football and basketball.
Systems used to cap a game: Statistical database that is second to none
giving easy access to the stats that count.
Sports, conferences and divisions he excels in: football, basketball
and baseball, and the smaller college conferences such as the MAC, Sun Belt,
Missouri Valley, and MAAC.
Quote: "I figured out there was a way to win," Fargo says.
"I've always have the ability to remember things that pertain to sports
more than anything else. When the Internet became accessible, I went to a lot
of posting forums and gambling forums and I picked up little tricks here and
there from different people that I've since put into my daily routine."
"This is what I do, this is what I enjoy," he adds. "Basically,
what it comes down to is winning and losing and I've proved that I can win.
Hard work is the reason for that and it goes a long way."