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SEC Tournament Betting Free Play: Missouri Tigers vs. Ole Miss Rebels

03.15.2013     11:07 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange

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Missouri vs. Mississippi +5 O/U 153.5
Recommendation: Mississippi


When people think Ole Miss they think an underachieving squad that recently did the unthinkable and lost to woeful Mississippi State. But this is a squad that still won 23 games and went a respectable 12-6 in SEC play. Are there flaws? Absolutely. But I like the fact that rather than pack it in the Rebels beat Alabama and went on the road and roughed up LSU following the embarrassing lost to rival MSU. Missouri played a tougher SEC slate than Ole Miss but at 11-7 in league play, the Tigers also have flaws – most notably performing well away from home against quality competition. I'm whipping the slate clean with the underdog and giving them a shot to stick around and potentially pull off the upset.

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Tags: College Basketball Missouri Tigers Ole Miss Rebels Andrew Lange




College Basketball Handicapping: Conflicting reports on Colorado State point guard Green

03.15.2013     07:21 AM     Printer Friendly
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Colorado State at UNLV -4.5 O/U 135

Colorado State point guard Dorian Green (13.1 ppg, 3.9 apg) says he might be able to play after missing Wednesday's game against Fresno State with an ankle injury. But following the win head coach Larry Eustachy said there was a "99.9% chance" Green won't play. The Rams are all but in the NCAA Tournament (Lunardi has them as a No. 8 seed) which suggests Green is likely to remain on the shelf. 


“It’s getting better, which is the good thing,” Green said. “I think I’ve got a chance to play (Friday). We’ll see what happens.”






Tags: College Basketball Colorado State Rams UNLV Running Rebels




College Basketball Betting Recap: Georgetown, Illinois, and Iowa State advance

03.14.2013     12:54 PM     Printer Friendly
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Submitted by Stat Intelligence

The early Thursday schedule was notable for the number of Dance-bound teams finally seeing action. If what happened on the floor today is any indication, not much should be expected from the likes of Minnesota, Oklahoma, and Cincinnati next week. Heck, Illinois WON but looked about as bad as you can while winning a game.

Let’s run the numbers…

Illinois 51, Minnesota 49

2-Point Percentage: Minnesota 43%, Illinois 39%

3-Point Shooting: Minnesota 6/17, Illinois 6/25

Free Throws: Minnesota 11/14, Illinois 9/10

1’s and 2’s: Minnesota 31, Illinois 33

Rebounds: Minnesota 36, Illinois 24

Turnovers: Minnesota 17, Illinois 5

(Minnesota 24 in Kenpom, 30 in Sagarin, 30 in BPI, Illinois 42-44-62)

Very ugly game. Minnesota continued it’s “Hey computers, will you just accept that we suck instead of talking about Read more


Tags: College Basketball Georgetown Hoyas Illinois Fighting Illini Iowa State Cyclones Stat Intelligence




SEC Tournament Betting Free Play: Arkansas Razorbacks vs. Vanderbilt Commodores

03.14.2013     11:54 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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Arkansas -3 vs. Vanderbilt O/U 125
Recommendation: Arkansas


Vanderbilt enjoyed a very easy slate down the stretch, winning four of their last five games in large part because they played three of the weakest teams in the conference—South Carolina, Auburn and Mississippi State.  They escaped with a one point win (as 5.5-point favorites, a non-cover) over offensively challenged Georgia and got absolutely annihilated at Florida in their other two games during that span.

Kevin Stalling’s squad is as young as it gets.  They don’t have a senior on the roster after graduating all five senior starters from last year’s team.  And they have only two juniors; Kyle Fuller and Rod Odom.  That’s why the Commodores have struggled so much away from home this year; not a team to trust in a neutral court environment, even one in their home city.  Let’s not forget how Arkansas held Vandy to a grand total Read more


Tags: College Basketball Arkansas Razorbacks Vanderbilt Commodores Teddy Covers




Big Ten Tournament Betting Free Play: Nebraska Cornhuskers vs. Purdue Boilermakers

03.14.2013     11:08 AM     ER Sports     Printer Friendly
Submitted by ER Sports

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Nebraska +6 vs. Purdue O/U 120
Recommendation: Nebraska


If you've been watching these conference tournaments you know that winning by margin (or straight up for that matter) isn't easy when you’re a favorite. And it becomes even more difficult when the team laying the points spent much of the season struggling to achieve mediocrity. That appears to be the case for Purdue who finds itself in a position of laying -6 after a strong finish to the regular season. The Boilermakers found a way to win in Madison and were very respectable in a five-point home loss to Michigan. In the season finale, they rolled over a toxic Minnesota squad, 89-73. To me however, Purdue is being priced based on a three-game swatch of games rather than its entire body of work. It is hard to say a lot of positive things about Nebraska who finished 5-13 in Big Ten play. They were outclassed on most nights against the league's elite but against more comparable foes, they were able to Read more


Tags: College Basketball Nebraska Cornhuskers Purdue Boilermakers Erin Rynning




ACC Tournament Betting Preview

03.14.2013     07:48 AM     Rob Veno     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Rob Veno

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ACC Tournament Preview

The return of sharp shooting forward Ryan Kelly has most of the country believing that this is Duke’s tournament to lose. The bracket setup has the Blue Devils likely headed for a semifinal matchup with arch rival North Carolina who Duke dismantled at Chapel Hill last Saturday and then a potential showdown with Miami. Before we look too far ahead, there appears to be quite a bit of competitive basketball played between today’s first round and Friday’s quarterfinals. Youth will be in play as Wake Forest, Georgia Tech, Maryland, Virginia Tech and Clemson all have an abundance of underclassmen who are major contributors. With that in mind, results could be a bit random since there’s no real way of telling how players will react to this huge spotlight. Virginia and Maryland fit the “desperate team” bill here as they are both fighting to get into the Big Dance so expect fully focused efforts from each. Last season this tournament was played in Atlanta’s Phillips Arena but this year it is back in Greensboro Coliseum where in 2011, the tourney favorites went 8-3 against the spread. Of that 8-3 Read more


Tags: College Basketball Rob Veno




Big Ten Tournament Betting Preview

03.13.2013     04:08 PM     ER Sports     Printer Friendly
Submitted by ER Sports

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Big Ten Tournament Preview

Michigan State cut down the nets last year in Banker’s Life Fieldhouse as the winner of the Big Ten Tournament. The Spartans were the No. 1 seed which marked the fifth time in the last six years the top team won.  This year’s event moves to the United Center in Chicago and the bullseye will fall on the Indiana Hoosiers who won the regular season crown and earned the No. 1 seed after knocking off Michigan last Sunday.  However, this is as deep a tournament field as I can remember since the inaugural event in 1998.  For much of the regular season you could throw a blanket over Indiana, Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State and even Wisconsin.  Keep in mind in late December Minnesota and Illinois were respectively ranked 11th and 12th in the country and then play in the No. 8 vs. No. 9 game tomorrow. 

First Round Pick/Darkhorse:  Iowa 
The Hawkeyes are a longshot to get to the Big Dance, but a rapidly improving basketball team, with a 20-11 record.  The Hawkeyes showed improvement down the stretch by winning six of their last eight games outright, Read more


Tags: College Basketball Erin Rynning




You know it's officially March Madness when 0-27 Grambling gets bet

03.13.2013     03:01 PM     Printer Friendly
A lot of us don't follow the SWAC all that closely. We know that they spend much of the non-conference getting their brains beat in on the road in order to earn cash and then we don't hear a peep until the NCAA Tournament play-in game. But earlier today something pretty interesting took place. Grambling is the worst team in college basketball. We know this because the Tigers are 0-27 and own a -23.2 scoring margin in conference play. They've cracked 60 points just three times and failed to crack 50 points 11 times. Tonight the Tigers open up SWAC Tournament play against Alabama A&M who won both regular season meetings by 27 and 25.   There is a line on this game. We know what you are thinking – bettors have been chomping at the bit to bet against this historically awful non-boarded team. Actually, it’s the complete opposite.  CRIS opened the game Alabama A&M -17 and it got bet down to -15.5. The lesson? It’s March Madness so expected the unexpected – even if that includes a winless squad getting steamed like they are Duke in a revenge spot. Line history courtesy of CRIS.

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Big West Tournament Betting Preview

03.13.2013     02:30 PM     ICC     Printer Friendly
Submitted by ICC

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Big West Tournament Preview

The 2013 Big West Conference Tournament will take place March 14-16 at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California. The top eight teams qualified. In the semifinals, the highest seed will play the lowest seed, while the remaining two teams match up. Riverside is ineligible for postseason play, and thus will not compete in the tournament. Northridge finished 9th and also didn’t qualify.

Quarterfinal Pick: Cal Irvine
Hawaii enjoyed a nice 9-4 start to Big West play but stumbled down the stretch losing four of its last six. Their only conference win during that time came by just 4 points at home against bottom-tier Santa Barbara. Hawaii ended the season playing dreadful basketball on the highway going 0-4 SU/ATS and I’m not sure they have any momentum going into this tournament against an Irvine squad that went 6-1 SU, 5-2 ATS in its last seven games. These teams split the regular season series with each team winning at home but Irvine is the more talented team and in much better form entering this tournament. They also have the situational edge playing in their home state and facing a team Read more


Tags: College Basketball Ian Cameron




SEC Tournament Betting Preview

03.13.2013     08:31 AM     Alatex Sports     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Alatex Sports

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SEC Tournament Preview
 
This year’s SEC Tournament is being played at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tenn. All 14 teams are in action including SEC newcomers Texas A&M and Missouri. Of the 14 teams, only top seeded Florida is assured of a spot in the NCAA Tournament. There are currently no fewer than six SEC teams are on the bubble for the Big Dance – Kentucky, Alabama, Missouri, Tennessee, Arkansas and Ole Miss. Of those teams, all of them have at least one bye, with only Arkansas playing before the quarterfinals. Kentucky has dominated the SEC tournament recently and historically, winning 27 times and reaching the finals in each of the last three years with two titles. Top-seed Florida hasn’t won since 2007, reaching the finals just once in the past five years.
 
First Round pick: Arkansas
This is a huge game for the Razorbacks, who will still have work to boost their résumé should they get past the Commodores. Arkansas, like many SEC teams, played well at home but struggled on the highwat. Their series with Vandy was typical of their results; they beat Vandy 56-33 at Read more


Tags: College Basketball Brent Crow



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