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4-Unit Play. Take #562 Utah (-5.5) over High Point (8 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 13)
Hey, I’m all about the Big South. I rode Winthrop to some of my biggest scores over the past two years. But High Point ain’t Winthrop. They just got beat by middling Charlotte last week and now are heading into Seattle as a small dog. This Utes team is going to be a decidedly tougher, more physical team under new head coach Jim Boylen. High Point lost to four BCS conference teams last year, with three of the losses (I’m not counting a 25-point maiming at UNC) by an average of 15.7 points. I look for Utah to employ its new style and score a convincing win here.

3.5-Unit Play. Take #517 Vanderbilt (-4.5) over Toledo (7 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 13)
The Rockets are tough at home but are playing a team out of their weight class tonight. UT got dominated on the boards in their opener against Missouri State but held on for a win because they had a better backcourt. Not tonight. Shan Foster is the best player on the floor and if the Commodores can handle Toledo’s pressure (and I think Alex Gordon can) then 7-feet center Andrew Ogilvy should dominate the interior. Vandy is 5-2 ATS on the road and Toledo is 1-6 ATS in nonconference games.

3-Unit Play. Take #550 St. Joseph’s (+7.5) over Syracuse (7 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 13)
This number is trending upwards so wait as long as you can before making a play. I would also recommend buying up to +8.0.

In this game we have pure contrasts: experience vs. youth, and inside power vs. backcourt style. I think this number should be around 4.0 or 5.0 so we’ll take the Hawks here. They have a much more talented and proven frontcourt and if their guards can defend Syracuse a bit and not turn the ball over I actually think the Hawks can win this one outright. Syracuse shot light’s out last night so I expect a bit of a step back. Also, SU is full of freshman and sophomores and young teams are inconsistent.

2.5-Unit Play. Take #533 Wyoming (-9) over Denver (9 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 13)
I really like this Wyoming team and I just think that Denver isn’t any good. The Cowboys and their dynamic backcourt should be able to control the tempo in this one and ring up a 15-point win. Denver is 1-9 ATS in its last 10 games and of their 26 losses over the past two seasons, 18 have come by double digits.

2.5-Unit Play. Take #521 South Florida (-3) over Buffalo (7 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 13)
USF has more talent and is welcoming back their No. 1 player, center Kentrell Gransberry. I think he comes out and plays with a chip on his shoulder, as does the entire USF team, and they whale on a team that they beat by 16 just last year.

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4 Unit Play. #535 Take Nevada -2 over Cal-Irvine (10:35 pm) This is a neutral site game being played at the Anaheim Convention Center and thus their will be very little home court edge for the Anteaters. The Wolf Pack play in a much better conference and will have the best player on the floor in Marcelus Kemp, the preseason player on the year. He averaged over 18 points last year and Irvine will have no answer for him. UC-Irvine will be without Darrin Fells and thus a huge void will be there for the taking in the middle. Nevada is used to winning games and thus will keep their steak alive with a solid neutral site victory.

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2 Unit Play. #519 Take Cleveland St +14 ½ over George Mason (Tuesday 11/13 7:00 PM)
4 Unit Play. #562 Take Utah –5 ½ over High Point (Tuesday 11/13 8:00 PM)
2 Unit Play. #570 Take Montana St –9 ½ over Long Beach St (Tuesday 11/13 9:00 PM)

Allen Eastman.
3-Unit Play Take #520 George Mason Patriots –14 over Cleveland State Vikings. (Tuesday, November 13, 7:00 pm EST).
George Mason will take the floor tonight looking to do something it hasn't in 12 seasons - start a season 2-0. The Patriots have won five straight season openers but each has been followed by a tough loss. The Patriots are coming off an 18-15 season giving them a school record nine straight seasons of finishing better than .500. In addition, the Patriots have their big guns back. The frontcourt still features Will Thomas (13 ppg, 7 rpg) and Folarin Campbell (14 ppg, 4 rpg). The two led the Patriots in scoring and rebounding. The backcourt returns juniors John Vaughan and Andre Smith. Cleveland State lost three starters from a team that was 10-21 last year and have ten new players on the roster. The Vikings were also 3-12 ATS on the road in 2006-07. George Mason is experienced and they're playing at home. While George Mason has the potential to be a 20-win team, it's a rebuilding year for Cleveland State. I like my chances with George Mason tonight.

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Mike Davis 25* MAC TOTAL OF THE YEAR!! VERY RARE PLAY

Do you like shootouts? Well, there is going to be a truck load of points scored tonight as Ball State and Toledo hook up in a MAC shootout! Toledo quite possibly has one of the worst defenses in recent college football history. They allow 39.2 points per game and they will face an explosive offense tonight as Ball State can put up points in bunches. Ball State is averaging 31.1 points per game and they will feast on this Toledo defense in primetime on National Television. The emotion will be high and so will the score. Toledo's offense is even better. They can also put the ball in the end zone. They have scored 165 points in their last three games -- WOW! Parmele is a very good running back and he should improve his stats tonight vs. Ball State's 109th ranked run defense! This game should see around 80 points with ease. I look for this total to be covered early in the third quarter. Get your popcorn and sit back and get ready to watch a SHOOTOUT. TAKE THE OVER!!!

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Vernon Croy's **10 Unit NBA slam Dunk of the Night** (6-1 Hoops Run)

Los Angeles Lakers vs San Antonio Spurs

10 Units, Take San Antonio -8, The Spurs are the superior overall team here and they have outscored their opponents by an average of 15 ppg at home this season. The Spurs are 22-12 ATS as a favorite of 6.5 to 9 points the last 3 seasons and the Lakers have had trouble with turnovers this season 17 turnovers per game and that number will grow against the Spurs tonight. I have the Spurs covering this number hands down tonight at home.

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4 Unit Play. #535 Take Nevada -2 over Cal-Irvine (10:35 pm) This is a neutral site game being played at the Anaheim Convention Center and thus their will be very little home court edge for the Anteaters. The Wolf Pack play in a much better conference and will have the best player on the floor in Marcelus Kemp, the preseason player on the year. He averaged over 18 points last year and Irvine will have no answer for him. UC-Irvine will be without Darrin Fells and thus a huge void will be there for the taking in the middle. Nevada is used to winning games and thus will keep their steak alive with a solid neutral site victory.

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