Documented Results as of July 20th 2018

Upcoming Picks

Friday, March 14, 2014

Today's Line - Post Mortem and More Picks

5-6 yesterday and boy did I learn something. It seems that teams that have already spots in the Big Dance really don't give a shit in these conference tournaments aside from a few teams like Louisville, Arizona, SDSU, and Pittsburgh. No surprise these teams are very well coached. Secondly teams that are struggling of late can't turn the page and play at a higher level; see Ohio St, Iowa, Villanova, Cincinnati, UCSB.

Moving forward I think there is value in fading these teams and pounding the ones that are well coached and focused. With that...I'm not going to break each one of these down too much. Just some quick thoughts.

Lets Get 60!

Yesterday56045.5%-$6.09
Last Week2820058.3%$14.34
Last Month13775264.6%$18.05
Last 90 Days294217457.5%$19.11
Last Year7365921855.4%$25.22
Lifetime174614076155.4%$26.54


CBB:

Pitt (+1) @ North Carolina: Pitt plays good defense and is well coached. NC hasn't been that consistent lately.

Nebraska (+5.5) @ Ohio St: Aaron Craft takes too many shots and the Cornhuskers need a deep run to get to the dance.

Mid Tenn St (+1) @ Tulsa: Going against the grain and the public on this.

Minnesota @ Wisconsin (-215): If the Badgers win the Big 10 tourney they might get that #1 seed. Plus they play like Minnesota better than Minnesota.

Kentucky (-197) @ LSU: Callapari has something up his sleeve.

Clemson @ Duke (-9.5) Duke is one of those teams that is well coached and will come out focused.

UNLV SDSU (-214): There is no reason whey the Aztecs can't make the final game in thier conference tourney.

N. Colorado @ Weber St (-259): See above.

Irvine (-6.5) @ Cal Poly: Cal Poly gets blown out due to a let down from yesterday's big win.

Stanford @ UCLA (-149): UCLA is flat out better.

Boise St @ New Mexico (-202): The Lobos want a rematch with SDSU.

Good Luck All!



Post a Comment

Documented Results as of May 11, 2015

Videos