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michael kors sales Oddsmaker Danny Sheridan makes his Oscar picks; says 'closest race in years' isn't so close after all Among this year's Academy Award nominees are 12 Years a Slave, top left; Dallas Buyers Club, top right, and Gravity. (Fox Searchlight, Focus Features, Warner Bros.)Oddsmaker Danny Sheridan, better known for his expertise handicappingSuper Bowls and BCS Championships, has made his Oscars picks, and he feelspretty confident about which film will walk away with best picture this year. In fact, several of the categories are slam dunks thisyear, Sheridan said in The New York Post. The USA Today analyst has made "12 Years a Slave," a 1-4favorite to win Best Picture at Sunday night's 86th annual Academy Awards,while "Gravity" is a 3-1 underdog. "I keep seeing ABC-TV ads saying this is the closest Oscarrace in years, but that's not the case, except supporting actress," "'Slave has been the favorite since it opened in October, but 'Gravity' is getting a lot ofvotes due to its groundbreaking technology fours year to make," Sheridanadded. Among Sheridan's other favorites: Best actor: Matthew McConaughey, "Dallas Buyers Club," a 1-7favorite. Best actress: Cate Blanchett, "Blue Jasmine," a 1-50 favorite. Best supporting actor: Jared Leto, "Dallas Buyers Club," a1-16 favorite. Best supporting actress: Lupita Nyong'o, "12 Years a Slave,"even odds to beat Jennifer Lawrence, "American Hustle," at 6-5. Coverage of Sunday's Academy Awards begins at 6 p.m. CST onABC.