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NCAA Tournament Betting Recap: Duke dispatches Sparty, Florida sends Cinderella packing

03.30.2013     07:55 AM     Printer Friendly
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Submitted by Stat Intelligence

The first half of Duke/Michigan State went pretty much the way you would expect. Duke had to hit treys to compete. Seth Curry was 6 of 7 all by himself in the first 20 minutes. Michigan State dominated the inside. Duke led thanks to their big edge in treys.

In the second half, Duke played very good inside defense while Michigan State kept forcing up bad shots. That led to a 13 minute dry spell that saw the Spartans only make one field goal from about 17 minutes left to about 4 minutes left. Academic after that. I usually blast Duke’s inside defense. They really did a good job here of blocking shots and denying good looks when it mattered down the stretch.

Duke 71, Michigan State 61

2-Point Percentage: Michigan State 45%, Duke 42%

3-Point Shooting: Michigan State 3/12, Duke 7/18

Free Throws: Michigan State 18/24, Duke 24/26

1’s and 2’s: Michigan State 52, Duke 50

Rebounds: Michigan State 33, Duke Read more


Tags: College Basketball Duke Blue Devils Michigan State Spartans Florida Gators Florida Gulf Coast Eagles Stat Intelligence




NCAA Tournament Betting: Duke faces Michigan State in Sweet Sixteen

03.28.2013     07:57 AM     ER Sports     Printer Friendly
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Michigan State vs. Duke -2 O/U 134

An out of conference rivalry will be renewed Friday night as Duke and head coach Mike Krzyzewski challenge Michigan State and Tom Izzo.  Much will be made about Izzo’s 1-6 record against Coach K but I view that “trend” as mostly meaningless in this particular matchup.  Last weekend’s efforts were much more impressive for Duke than Michigan State.  Despite foul trouble, the Blue Devils took care of business by cruising past Creighton, 66-50.  Creighton was one of the more impressive teams in the tournament – extremely well-coached and prepared – so I give Duke credit for holding the Blue Jays to 50 points. 

Meanwhile, the Spartans roughing up Memphis in their backyard was hard to take seriously.  Memphis once again played scatterbrained basketball and head coach in Josh Pastner was up against it to put it kindly.  Of course, the referees let Read more


Tags: College Basketball Michigan State Spartans Duke Blue Devils Erin Rynning




NCAA Tournament Betting Recap: Michigan State, Butler More Dominant Than Final Scores

03.22.2013     06:38 AM     Printer Friendly
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Submitted by Stat Intelligence

Michigan State crushed Valparaiso in Thursday’s first finisher. But, the final victory margin of 11 points doesn’t tell the story. Michigan State led 32-12 in the first half, 49-22 in the second half, and still by 21 with 2:17 left. Butler actually had the larger victory margin in their 12-point win over Bucknell. They had to surge late to get there…but that was only because they were a horrible 2 of 16 on treys until making their last bomb.

Starter vs. starter, superiority was pretty clear for both favorites…

Michigan State 65, Valparaiso 54

2-Point Percentage: Valparaiso 41%, Michigan St. 47%

3-Point Shooting: Valparaiso 7/25, Michigan St. 6/15

Free Throws: Valparaiso 9/14, Michigan St. 7/11

1’s and 2’s: Valparaiso 33, Michigan St. 47

Rebounds: Valparaiso 20, Michigan St. 44

Turnovers: Valparaiso 7, Michigan St. 17

(Valpo 65 in Kenpom, 67 in Sagarin, 61 in Read more


Tags: College Basketball Michigan State Spartans Butler Bulldogs Stat Intelligence




For bettors, 2012-12 College Basketball season tips off in less than an hour

11.09.2012     01:39 PM     Printer Friendly
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Technically, the 2012-13 college basketball season has already officially started (IUPUI cruised past Utah Valley!) but the big boys – the games we can bet on – are set to tip-off in about an hour. And rather than make it easy on bettors, we're stuck with trying to handicap a game being played at military base in Germany and another on an aircraft carrier.

Michigan State-UConn gets underway at 2:30 pm PT at Ramstein Air Force Base in Reinland, Germany. The Spartans saw the early money as they lined climbed to -8.5 but some buy-back has it settled in at -7.5/-7. According to Bookmaker, 60% of bets have been placed on Sparty while 65% are on the UNDER.

At 4 pm PT, Ohio State hooks up with Marquette on the deck of the USS Yorktown in Charleston, South Carolina. Temperatures expect to be in the low 60's with little to no wind. The Buckeyes opened -5, were bet up to -7, and are currently -6/-6.5. The total was smoked down from 139.5 to 131.5.




Tags: College Basketball Michigan State Spartans UConn Huskies Ohio State Buckeyes Marquette Golden Eagles




Sweet Sixteen Betting Notes: Louisville wants fast pace against Michigan State

03.22.2012     07:25 AM     Printer Friendly
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Louisville vs. Michigan State -5 O/U 125

Louisville is once again saying it wants to push the pace against Michigan State. The Cardinals have been all over the board this postseason in terms of its possessions per game. In the second round of the Big East Tournament, they played to 83 possessions against Marquette but turned right around and played 56 and 59 possessions against Notre Dame and Cincinnati. In the first round against Davidson, there were 67 possessions while only 58 in the win over New Mexico. The other issue with playing Louisville over the total is that while the pace may be there, the shooting and scoring may not. They've averaged over a point per possession in only four of their last 10 games.


So it's good that everybody is coming back, getting healthier.  Everybody just said that we had to play a new style of basketball.  We Read more



Tags: College Basketball Louisville Cardinals Michigan State Spartans




NCAA Tournament Free Pick: Saint Louis Billikens vs. Michigan State Spartans

03.18.2012     10:51 AM         Printer Friendly
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Saint Louis +7.5 vs. Michigan State O/U 124
Recommendation: Saint Louis


Michigan State is top-tier team, but I believe they are in for a tough one today. Their superior defense can be matched by a Saint Louis stop unit that requires patience, precision passing and careful ball handling. Lower-scoring game expected with Michigan State allowing just 59 ppg on 38% shooting and 29% from the three-point line.  The Billikens allowed just 59 ppg in A-10 play and after watching our outright underdog winner on SLU over red-hot Memphis you have to be impressed with their ability to dictate tempo and play defense. Saint Louis holds opponents to a low offensive rebounding rate (28%) which is a great match-up against the Spartans’ strength on the boards. Point guard Kwamain Mitchell gives them a premier floor leader, ball handler and passer who can score. Add in some solid outside shooters to a tough team and the Billikens are capable of taking this one to the wire.

Fairway Jay is a recognized leader and one of the sports industries insightful point spread prognosticators. His top-rated Big Drive CBB selections hit over 55% this season on Read more


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NCAA Tournament Betting Preview: LIU-Brooklyn Blackbirds vs. Michigan State Spartans

03.16.2012     07:44 AM         Printer Friendly
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LIU Brooklyn vs. Michigan State -19.5 O/U 154
Recommendation: LIU-Brooklyn


The Big Ten’s second best delivered a Fairway forecast winner on these pages Thursday when Ohio State pulled through as a big favorite over Loyola-MD. Now the Big Ten’s best is asked to win big for their betting backers as the Midwest Region’s top seed. Michigan State (27-7) has had a magical season as co-Big Ten champs and conference tournament champions. They are a together team with a star senior leader in Draymond Green inside and a quick, dynamic point guard in Keith Appling. As usual, the Spartans are one of the nation’s top rebounding teams and play superior defense under head coach Tom Izzo. Following a buzzer beater by Ohio State to beat Michigan State in their regular season finale 12 days ago, the Spartans swept through the Big Ten tournament to beat the Buckeyes in the championship game five days ago. That redemption game for all the marbles Read more


Tags: College Basketball LIU-Brooklyn Blackbirds Michigan State Spartans __




NCAA Tournament Prop Bet: Will these teams reach the Sweet Sixteen?

03.12.2012     07:43 AM     Printer Friendly
Pinnacle is offering a prop bet on whether or not various top seeds will reach the Sweet Sixteen.

Kentucky: Yes -600, No +452
Michigan State: Yes -245, No +205
North Carolina: Yes -450, No +354
Syracuse: Yes -225, +354
Duke: Yes -180, No. +153
Missouri: Yes -270, No +224



Tags: College Basketball Kentucky Wildcats Michigan State Spartans Syracuse Orange North Carolina Tar Heels Missouri Tigers Duke Blue Devils




NCAA Tournament Prop Bet: Will a No. 1 seed win it all?

03.12.2012     07:39 AM     Printer Friendly
Pinnacle is offering a prop bet on whether or not a No. 1 seed (Kentucky, Syracuse, Michigan State, North Carolina) will win the NCAA Tournament. The price on "Yes" is currently -123, while "No" is +105. Dating back to 1997, here are the title winners and their seed. Nine of the last 15 winners have been No. 1 seeds.

2011 - #3 UConn
2010 - #1 Duke
2009 - #1 North Carolina
2008 - #1 Kansas
2007 - #1 Florida
2006 - #3 Florida
2005 - #1 North Carolina
2004 - #2 UConn
2003 - #3 Syracuse
2002 - #1 Maryland
2001 - #1 Duke
2000 - #1 Michigan State
1999 - #1 UConn
1998 - #2 Kentucky
1997 - #4 Arizona



Tags: College Basketball Kentucky Wildcats North Carolina Tar Heels Michigan State Spartans Syracuse Orange




Big Ten Gambling Notes: Will Michigan State, Izzo take conference tourney seriously?

03.09.2012     06:05 AM     Printer Friendly
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Iowa vs. Michigan State -11

Since winning the Big Ten Tournament and National Championship back in 2000, Michigan State has been notorious for not putting much effort in these conference tourneys. Despite being one of, if not the best program in the league over the last decade plus, Tom Izzo's teams are an uninspired 9-11 SU and 8-12 ATS with only one trip to the finals and zero titles. Izzo claims this year is different and that the Spartans do care about the Big Ten Tournament. This coming from a man who routinely says his teams will play up-tempo and then proceeds to go out and play five straight games under the total.


"You gotta be careful what you say around here because people think I think the Big Ten tournament is one-and-done time," he said. Read more



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