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1 Unit on Arizona State -1.5

I look for the Sun Devils to bounce back from a blowout defeat at home, where they have been very good all year, in this one.  ASU is 12-4 at home this season and will be anxious to wash the taste of a poor performance against UCLA out of its mouth here, especially against a team which beat them the first time around this season.  ASU is 11-3 ATS in home games revenging a loss where they scored less than 60 points over the last 2 seasons.  The Sun Devils are 8-1 ATS in home games versus very good shooting teams - making >=48% of their shots over the last 3 seasons and 6-0 ATS in home games versus good defensive teams - shooting pct defense of <=42% after 15+ games over the last 3 seasons.  Take Arizona State to bounce back here.

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Pitt (+2') at SYRACUSE

The Pitt Panthers reigned victorious earlier in the season when they got together with Syracuse. Today I feel they get another win, or at least keep this one to possibly a one-point game.

I have been impressed all year with the 20-8 Panthers, who have been dismantled by injuries all year. Despite the injuries the Panthers have still been able to maintain the impressive overall mark listed above by other players stepping up and stepping in. It just goes to show what kind of heart and talent this Pitt team is made up of.

Syracuse I do not trust at all as they have been inconsistant all season long, and their last 10 overall results prove it, as they have dropped six of their last 10, winning a couple, then losing a couple. The Panthers after dropping three straight found themselves back in the win column after last time out against Cincy. Yes you can argue that the Panthers have dropped five of their last 10, but they have unlike Cuse been consisitent. Remember folks Pitt has only eight losses on the year, including these recent five.

I don't call this inconsistent I call it a slump, and I feel they came out of it last time out, and think they will climb further out today against this Orange team.

4* PITT


West Virginia (+5') at UCONN

UCONN has been pretty good as of late, after getting off to somewhat a sluggish start to the season. Point is however I still don not trust them to cover a line, and their 11-12-1 ATS on the year should be proof enough, but if it is not how about their 4-9 ATS mark over their last 13 Saturday games.

West Virginia comes in at 20-8 overall, and have slumped some over their last 10, but have managed a not to bad 12-9-1 ATS on the season. today I expect them to keep this one close and make it very interesting at the end.

The Mounties match up well versus this UCONN team both on the offensive and defensive end of the court in points per game scored and allowed.

Play WVa to stay close

2* WEST VIRGINIA

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Duke -10' at NC STATE

Last night, my third in a row Free Pick winner, with Golden State in an absolute blowout over the 76ers. Today Duke will be just as easy!

The talent level in these two teams is evident in their records and home court will not make a difference. This is a trend and angle lock in support of the Blue Devils, as they are on a 5-1 ATS run in this series.

Duke has covered the spread five of the last six games against a winning team and they are on a 7-3-2 ATS run the game after a win. NC State has failed to cover the number in six straight ACC games. They are 2-8 ATS the last 10 home games when listed as the underdog and they have covered only seven of the last 28 games played.


This will be an absolute blowout

3* DUKE


West Virginia at UCONN -4'

The New Orleans Hornets in the bank last night as my NBA Free Pick. That's three in a row Freebies. I've got the Inside Edge on the Odds.

It's tough to beat UConn when they are at home. This season the Huskies are 14-1 at home, including 7-1 in Hartford. West Virginia, under the direction of Bob Huggins, won at DePaul on Wednesday, for the fourth win in five games. The Mountaineers are at 20-wins for the season and probably heading to the Big Dance, but they will not be able to stay with UConn this afternoon.

West Virginia has lost all six visits to Connecticut and they are 3-11 overall in this series. The favorite has covered four of the last five games between these two teams. The Mountaineers are 1-4 ATS the last five games versus a winning team. UConn has done just the opposite against quality opponents, going 5-1-1 ATS the last seven games versus a team with a better than .600 record.

This will be a double-digit win and easy cover for UConn!

3* CONNECTICUT

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Texas A&M at OKLAHOMA

Texas A&M got their ya-yas out after losing 3 in a row, as they pounded Texas Tech 98-54 earlier this week. Look for that romp to have a carry over effect as the Aggies visit the slumping Sooners.

Oklahoma has had an offensive outtage, as the Sooners have been held to a measly 45 points over their last two games. Not surprisingly, OU has dropped both of those games, as they have now lost 5 of their last 8 games overall. Included is a 60-52 loss at College Station back on February 2nd, as A&M ran their series winning streak to 3 straight, while covering in the last pair.

Overall, Texas A&M has covered 20 of their last 29 on the highway, while Oklahoma is just 3-10 against the spread their last 13 games, and a money-burning 10-25-2 ATS their last 37 in conference play!

Have to go with Texas A&M in this spot, as OU's late season swoon continues.

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Wake Forest +4' at GEORGIA TECH

While many are calling the Deacons win over Duke a "fluke," underestimate this Wake Forest team at your own risk, as consecutive losses at North Carolina and Maryland are nothing to be ashamed about. In fact, Wake is playing great basketball right now, they just happened to match up against three of the ACC's best over their last 3 games.

Oppurtunities abound for the Deacons in this one, as Georgia Tech is struggling mightily right now, losers of 5 straight (1-4 ATS) and playing like it. Wondering who the last team they beat was? You guesses it, Wake Forest, at home no less, which means some serious payback is in order this afternoon.

In their last meeting, Wake guards Teague and Smith combined for 11 turnovers in an overall sloppy effort for the Deacons, but that was without G L.D. Williams in the lineup. Expect them to take much better care of the basketball this afternoon with their floor leader running the show.

Let's look at the numbers, as the underdog is a solid 9-3 ATS over their last 12 meetings. Not only that, but Wake Forest is 8-3 ATS over their last 11 games overall. As mentioned above, the Yellow Jackets are struggling ATS of late, and are vulnerable against a Deacons squad that has plenty of motivation to win here.

Bottom line, look for Wake to take advantage of a sputtering Yellow Jackets squad in this one. Its a perfect oppurtunity to not only revenge their earlier loss this season, but also an outside chance to impress the Selection Committee, if they can pull off the upset, which is entirely possible. We'll take the points, and in the end, the Deacons grabs the cash!

Take Wake Forest plus the points over Georgia Tech in this ACC match up.

2* WAKE FOREST

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Massachusetts -3 at RHODE ISLAND

The Minutemen are playing some sizzling basketball right now, and as well as Richmond has been playing of late, we will back UMass in this Atlantic 10 battle.

Richmond is 5-2 straight up their last 7 games, and they are a positive 6-3-1 against the spread at home this season, but Massachusetts can counter with a 3-game win and cover streak coming into this roadie, and a very profitable 8-4 spread mark away from Amherst this campaign.

At 18-9, it is more likely the Minutemen would garner an at-large Big Dance bid, and another road win here would look quite nice on their season resume.

These schools have yet to play this season, but in their last meeting, it was Massachusetts that won a 72-56 laugher at home in 2007.

Things are going too well right now for Travis Ford's team, and we like UMass to come away with a road win tonight against the Spiders.

Play on the Minutemen.

4* MASSACHUSETTS

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Washington State at STANFORD -4'

Hit nine of our last 13 complimentary plays and today we've got a FREE play coming on Stanford as the Cardinal hosts Washington State in a Pac-10 conference showdown from Northern California.

Both these teams have been on a roll lately with the Cougars winning five of their last six and the Cardinal winning nine of their last 10. But today we're going to lay the chalk with the home team and play Stanford in this one. The Cardinal will get the job done in this battle for second place in the Pac-10.

The home team is 10-4-1 ATS in the last 15 head-to-head matchups between these two and in the first matchup the Cardinal went to Washington State and got a 67-65 OT victory as four-point underdogs.

Stanford is 4-1 ATS in the last five against Washington State and the Cardinal average 73.4 points a game on the home court.

Washington State relies on its defense to get the job done but they don't have the bigs to handle the Lopez twins. Stanford has the size and can make the things tough on the Cougars' offense. Let's go ahead and lay the chalk with the Cardinal.

2* STANFORD


San Antonio -6' at MILWAUKEE

We're 9-4 with our last 13 FREE selections and today we've got a complimentary play coming with the Spurs as they travel to Milwaukee to take on the Bucks tonight.

Let's go ahead and lay the chalk with the Spurs tonight as they seem to be in one of their classic second-half of the season stretches where they do everything right. They're basically gettin ready for the playoffs by beating everybody.

San Antonio has won seven straight and nine of the last 10 (6-4 ATS) and come in off a a 97-94 home win over the Mavericks on Thursday, failing to cover as five-opint chalk. The Spurs have won five of six on the road and they are giving up just 84.2 points per game and 39.9 percent shooting in the last five overall.

Milwaukee is giving up 111.2 points a game in their last five games and allowing 47.2 percent shooting. The Bucks are just 2-7 ATS in their last nine Saturday games while the Spurs are 11-5 ATS in their last 16 tip-offs on Saturdays.

The Spurs have also posted a 7-3 ATS mark against Central Division teams.

There is all kinds of talk in Milwaukee about who will and who won't be there next season, so there is a little turmoil there. San Antonio is getting playoff ready. Let's lay the chalk and play the Spurs tonight as they continue on the roll they've been on the last three-plus weeks.

3* SAN ANTONIO

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Kansas State at Kansas

Kansas State (18-9, 8-5 Big 12) suffered its first conference loss at Bramlage Coliseum Monday, falling 65-74 to the Longhorns. Another huge night by 6'10" 235 freshman F Michael Beasley (26.2p, 12.6r, 1.3a, 37 steals, 42 blocks) was offset by a lack of offensive support from his teammates and more of the poor perimeter defense that has plagued the Wildcats throughout their 3-5 slump. Beasley racked up his NCAA freshman record 24th double/double with 30 points and 15 boards, nailing 10 of his 21 shots from the field, while the rest of 1st-year Head Coach Frank Martin's crew managed just 12 makes in 46 shots, with the worst offender being 6'6" 220 freshman F Bill Walker (16.2p, 6.7r, 1.9a), who followed up his 31-point performance at Baylor with a crippling 0-14 game from the field and a single, pitiful point. The Kansas State Guard corps of 6'1" freshman Jacob Pullen (10.3p, 1.6r, 3.3a, 36 of 11 from 3-point), 6'2" senior Blake Young (6.2p, 3.3r, 2.0a, 25 of 78 from 3-point), 6'4" senior Clent Stewart (7.1p, 3.1r, 3.0a, 27 of 86 from 3-point), and 6'3" freshman Fred Brown (4.4p, 1.4r, 1.4a, 18 of 48 from 3-point) are each decent ball-handlers and offensive contributors, but were bombed again from behind the arc by Texas (10 of 22), just as they were by Baylor (10 of 1Cool the game before.

The Wildcats' 6'10" star forward Beasley (ranked #1 by Rivals.com and #2 by Scout.com among incoming freshman) has more steals on the season and is a better perimeter shooter (28 of 73 from deep) than any of the KSU guards. Help, however, may be on the way with the return of versatile 6'5" freshman G Dominique Sutton, who got his feet wet with two minutes against Baylor and eight minutes against Texas after missing four games with an ankle injury. He has yet to make an impact, with Coach Martin just trying to get him ready for the home stretch, but the time is now, and we expect Martin to turn Sutton loose on Saturday if he's up to it physically.

If it seems like Kansas State is a team in disarray... they are, but it must be remembered just how far this program has come the last few seasons. The 2006-2007 Wildcat unit that finished at 23-12 with a second round loss in the NIT was the first squad from Manhattan that earned a post-season invite in eight years, the first to record a post-season win in thirteen years (59-57 over a tough Vermont team), and the first to pile up ten or more conference wins since the 1987-1988 group led by Mitch Richmond did so. For the youngsters out there, that was so long ago that it was the Big 8 Conference to which we refer.

By the numbers, K-State has scored a brisk 79.8 points per game (allows 68.3), while snatching a fine 42.1 to 33.4 rebounds per game margin to this point, and they still have a shot at double digit wins against their Big 12 opponents.

Kansas (24-3, 9-3 Big 12) found themselves in a wire to wire dogfight Saturday at Gallagher-Iba Arena in Stillwater, and came out on the losing end of a 60-61 contest to Oklahoma State in which five different Cowboys combined for 8 makes from behind the arc in 17 attempts, while the Jayhawks were icy at 2 of 11 from deep. However, for Kansas, this type of offensive and defensive struggle from the perimeter is a rarity. Two-time "Mr. Jayhawk" 6'1" senior G Russell Robinson (7.3p, 2.7r, 4.2a, 55 steals), reigning Big 12 Defender of the Year 6'1" junior G Mario Chalmers (12.1p, 2.9r, 4.8a, 63 steals), two-time All Big 12 6'6" junior G Brandon Rush 12.1p, 5.2r, 2.2a), and 5'11" sophomore backup G Sherron Collins (8.7p, 2.0r, 2.6a) are each legitimate threats from downtown, combining for 137 makes out of 358 attempts (.383), and can be counted on to get stops outside. Robinson is as gritty and physical as they come at the position, while Chalmers led the Big 12 Conference in steals in both his freshman (89) and sophomore (team record 97) seasons. This lineup and these ball handlers almost didn't happen. If Mario's father (and high school coach) wasn't the Director of Basketball Operations in Lawrence, he likely would have headed for the pros after 2006-2007. While Rush (younger brother of the NBA's Kareem Rush) actually declared for the 2007 NBA Draft, but withdrew after tearing an ACL, returning for another season on campus.

With all this talent at the guard position, the Hawks in the paint play a secondary role for Head Coach Bill Self (129-32 in 5th season at Lawrence), but Kansas does have enough size to go big if the match up calls for it. Typically Self (two Conference USA Championships in three years with Tulsa, two Big 10 Championships in three seasons with lllinois, three Big 12 Championships in four previous years with Kansas) and Assistant Coach Danny Manning (all-time Kansas leader with 2951 points and 1187 boards) go with 6'9" 225 sophomore F Darrell "Shady" Arthur (13.5p, 5.8r, 42 blocks) and 6'8" 250 senior F Darnell "D Bock" Jackson (12.5p, 6.8r, 1.1a) in the starting lineup, but will also regularly call on 6'11" 250 senior Sasha Kaun (7.3p, 3.8r, 35 blocks) and 6'11" 240 freshman C Cole Aldrich (3.0p, 3.3r, 27 blocks) to bring in the beef from the bench. The Russian-born Kaun may have never become quite the force Kansas thought he would, but the hard work, proven leadership ability, and size that Aldrich brings to the table will pencil him in as a Jayhawk starter through the 2010-2011 season. With eight players piling up at least 12 minutes per game, few teams can go as deep as this crew; and with per game margins of +20.4 points (81.6 to 61.2) and +7.3 boards (38.7 to 31.4), no team in the country is significantly superior.

Free winner from #1 Sports: The Wildcats handed the Jayhawks their first loss of the season, 84-75, back on January 1st, filling up the home nets with a dozen 3-pointers and ending a 24-game home losing streak against Kansas. The concept of "revenge" is likely beneath a team the caliber of Coach Self's, but being able to handle a single-dimensional squad like K-State is not. Take Kansas and lay the points on Saturday at Allen Fieldhouse.

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West Virginia at Connecticut

With just two weekends remaining before the start of the major conference tournaments, every game the rest of the way gains importance. That statement couldn’t be more true than in the Big East Conference. As we sit now, the Big East has five teams in the top-25, seven teams that have 19 wins or more already, and a total of ten teams that have at least 16 wins and feel like they have a real shot at an at-large invite to the NCAA tournament. What happens over the next two weeks will help make the decision on who will be in the NCAAs and who will settle for the NIT or CBI tournaments.

Two of the teams right in the hunt will collide this Saturday when West Virginia takes on Connecticut. The Mountaineers are 19-8 when we wrote this, but may have their 20th win by the time these two meet. They play 10-16 DePaul on Wednesday. The Huskies are ranked 15th and are 21-6. They should pick up another win early this week when they face 10-18 Rutgers. Let’s take a look at these two teams a little closer.

First, we have the West Virginia Mountaineers. This team is truly a Jeckel and Hyde type of team. They have been dynamite at home lately, winning their last three games by 27, 21 and 18 points. On the other hand, they have struggled on the road. They are just 2-4 in their last six road games, including a 22-point loss to Villanova last time out.

West Virginia gets it done by spreading the ball around. To pick out the star of this team would be tough to do. There are four players who share the scoring, rebounding and assists. Junior forward Joe Alexander leads the team in scoring with 14.4 points per game. He also adds 5.9 rebounds and 2.5 assists. Following Alexander is Junior guard Alex Rouff. Rouff puts up 13.8 points, 3.4 rebounds and 3.2 assists per game. Then there is Sophomore forward Da’Sean Butler with 12.4 points, 5.6 rebounds and 1.4 assists, and Senior guard Darris Nichols with 11.4 points, 3.6 rebounds and 3.3 assists.

Then there are the Connecticut Huskies who were really on a roll, winning ten straight games including four against ranked opponents, before they lost at Villanova by 2 on Saturday. The Huskies have won six straight home games.

Like West Virginia, UConn spreads the ball around. Junior guard A.J. Price leads the team in scoring at 15.0 points per game. He gets plenty of help from Junior forward Jeff Adrien (14.4), Sophomore guard Jerome Dyson (14.3) and Sophomore center Hasheem Thabeet (10.Cool. Adrien and Thabeet also really bang the boards. Adrien leads the team in rebounding with 9.3 per game, while Thabeet grabs 8 rebounds per contest. Sophomore forward Stanley Robinson also contributes plenty with 9.7 points and 6.3 rebounds per game.

This is the only regular season meeting between these two teams. I see a real match-up problem for West Virginia here. The way Connecticut bangs the boards, they should have a real advantage. UConn is strong at home, while West Virginia has struggled on the road. Unlike the past couple weeks, I am going to lay the points here.

Take the CONNECTICUT HUSKIES -4 over the West Virginia Mountaineers.

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Georgetown at Marquette

There is no doubt that both of these teams will be playing in the big dance. Georgetown is 22-4 overall and 12-3 in conference play at the time of this writing and ranked #10 in the polls. Marquette, ranked at #21 this week, is currently 21-6 overall and 11-5 in Big East play. This will be the first meeting between these two ball clubs this season when they hook up at the Bradley Center in Milwaukee on Saturday. So we’ll take a look at both of these teams, and start with the visiting Hoyas of Georgetown.

Georgetown has been a solid squad all season and they’re certainly a threat to get back to the Final 4. Georgetown is led by big man Roy Hibbert, who skipped the NBA draft to come back for his senior season. Hibbert averages 13.2 points and 6.5 boards per game, but he’s probably most valuable on the defensive end where the 7-2 center controls the paint and alters or blocks numerous shots per game. Wallace and Sapp are a good veteran back court, and the Hoyas get nice energy off the bench with Patrick Ewing Jr. Georgetown is a lunch pail kind of club and they pride themselves on the defensive end. The Hoyas are prone to playing tight ball games by the nature of their style, as they only allow 57.3 points per game, and make each possession count on the offensive end.

Marquette comes into this game on a nice five game win streak, and this is a big game for the Golden Eagles. Marquette is currently sitting at fifth in the Big East, and would love to move up into the top four and get a coveted first round bye at the Big East tournament. Unlike Georgetown, Marquette is a guard dominated squad led by Dominic James and Jerel McNeal, who both average about 13.5 points per contest. Both of these guys have the ability to shoot from the outside and create shots in the paint. Marquette is not a real big or physical team, as their leading rebounder is 6-6 forward Lazar Hayward. Marquette is a team that needs to shoot well, and they’ve been shooting the ball well over the last five games.

As far as the match up on Saturday, I’m going to take the points with Georgetown. The early numbers have Marquette as a 3-point favorite, but I think the Hoyas have a great shot to upset the Golden Eagles. Marquette is a strong 14-1 straight up at home this season, but I like the Georgetown defense to be the difference. Roy Hibbert should make it real tough for Marquette slashers James and McNeal to get to the rim, and unless Marquette goes off from behind the arc, the Hoyas will be right there.

Free winner from Mike Wynn: It should be a typical tight Big East game, and I’ll recommend taking any points their willing to give with Georgetown.

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Game: Alabama at Mississippi
Prediction: Mississippi

Reason: Alabama has never quite adjusted to the loss of its PG Steele, who never got on the court this year due to an injury. The team's two 6-6 guards, Gee (15.1-7.1) and Riley (14.1-5.3), are scorers NOT ball-handlers. The team's two more traditional PG-types like Pickett (5.5-3.3 APG) and Hollinger (6.5-3.2 APG), have been poor replacements. Up front, the 6-9 Hendrix (18.3-10.1) has missed the departed 6-10 Davidson, who averaged just over 14 PPG and almost nine RPG the last two seasons. The 6-7 Jemison (5.0-4.9) has not been much of a help. Not much was expected of Ole Miss this year but the Rebels raced to a 13-0 start and made their way into the top-25. However, it's been a struggle since then. Ole Miss suffered its first loss at Tennessee on Jan 9 (by just two points). The Rebels did win their next two but have since gone on a 3-8 slide. However, this is a good matchup for them. In the 6-8 Curtis (14.0-9.4) and the 6-8 Williams 97.8-6.7), the Rebels will be fine inside against Alabama. On the perimeter, they should dominate. The Ole Miss guards are young but they are talented and there are five who contribute. The best of the group is freshman Warren (15.6-4.5 APG) but two sophs and two more freshman have all been part of the picture. The sophs are Polynice (11.3-5.5-3.6) and Huertas (9.1-3.4) while the freshman are Gaskins (7.1) and Graham (6.1). Alabama has had all sorts of trouble away from Tuscaloosa this year, winning only its first road game of the year, Nov 13 at Mercer. The team only played one other true road game during its non-conference schedule (lost at Tex A&M) and has gone 0-6 on the SEC road so far. The Tide are 1-7 SU and 2-5 ATS on the road for the year and 1-9 SU and 3-7 ATS on the season as underdogs. Ole Miss is 13-2 SU at home which includes wins over 20-win teams like New Mexico, Florida and Vandy, as well as a 74-63 win over Miss St (19-8 and an SEC West-leading 10-3 mark) in its most recent home game. Las Vegas Insider on Ole Miss.

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KANSAS STATE +14

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St John -2 Over Seton Hall


HUDDLE UP SPORTS

Duke -11


RAZOR SHARP SPORTS

GEORGE MASON -3


COMPUTER SPORTS

BRADLEY+6


TV HOTLINE

MARQUETTE -3


VEGAS STEAMLINE

Take San Antonio -6


TOTALS 4U

PHILADELPHIA/PHOENIX OVER 213


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Syracuse -3


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George Washington +19


HD'S ACTIONLINE

Iowa Pk


FAT JACK SPORTS

Massachusetts -3.5


Nevada SharpShooter

San Francisco


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Minnesota -3


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SAN ANTONIO / MILWAUKEE UNDER 192


EASY MONEY SPORTS

DUKE -11


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Arizona State -1


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Indiana State -4


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St. John's -1.5

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CONNECTICUT -4.5
ILLINOIS
AUBURN -2.5
BUFFALO 14.5
MIAMI OHIO -4.5
ILLINOIS CHICAGO 3.5
MONTANA -3

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PITTSBURGH at OTTAWA Over 5.5
ST LOUIS 106

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Ohio State


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Dallas Desperados/Georgia Force Over 112.0 / 3 units


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TCU Horned Frogs at UNLV Running Rebels

Over-acheiving Rebels are 9-2 their last 11 with a 6-5 ATS mark. They have won and covered the last three in this series and come off a 10-pt. home win over a better SDSU squad. TCU is 3-6 S/U and ATS its last nine and 1-4 on the Mt. West road. UNLV is 34-21 ATS in all games over the last 2 seasons and 24-14 ATS after having won 4 or 5 of their last 6 games over the last 2 seasons.

Play on: UNLV

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Mississippi St. +4


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Washington State +4.5


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24* - Indiana State
20* - Gonzaga
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1 Unit on Georgia Tech -4.5

We'll take the Jackets here as Wake has not been good on the road all year long.  Wake is only 2-8 in road games this season.  Georgia Tech is overdue for a win and I agree with oddsmakers that they'll get it tonight against a team it has dominated.  The Jackets are 7-3 SU and ATS the last 10 meetings at home in this series.  They are a perfect 2-0 SU and ATS the past 3 seasons.  Tech is 15-6 ATS in all home games over the last 2 seasons and 10-1 ATS in home games after having lost 6 or 7 of their last 8 games since 1997.  Take Georgia Tech.

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Memphis + 9.5

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