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    NCAAB Saturday’s Tip Sheet
    By Brian Edwards

    **Florida at Michigan State**

    — Michigan State (10-0 straight up, 7-2 against the spread) is ranked No. 1 in the country thanks to five quality wins. Tom Izzo’s team has home wins over Louisville and Eastern Michigan, in addition to neutral-court victories over Boise State, Kansas and Providence. Trailing KU 61-50 with 9:42 left in Chicago, Denzel Valentine rallied Sparty to a 79-73 win as a 4.5-point underdog. Valentine scored 29 points, grabbed 12 rebounds and dished out 12 assists compared to only one turnover.

    — Valentine has established himself as a candidate for National Player of the Year honors here in the early going. The senior slasher is averaging team-highs in scoring (18.8 points per game), rebounding (8.9 RPG), assists (7.7 APG) and steals (0.9 SPG). He has produced a pair of triple-doubles vs. Boston College and vs. Kansas, becoming just the third player in MSU history to record multiple triple-doubles along with Magic Johnson and Draymond Green. Valentine has a 77/24 assists-to-turnovers ratio and is draining 85.7 percent of his free throws.

    — MSU has taken the cash in back-to-back wins over cupcake opponents. The Spartans smashed Maryland-Eastern Shore 78-35 as 34.5-point home favorites on Wednesday. Bryn Forbes was one of three Sparty players in double figures with a team-high 14 points. Valentine produced 11 points, 10 rebounds, six assists, two steals and one blocked shot. Eron Harris, the transfer from West Va., made all four of his attempts from 3-point range in a 12-point effort. However, Harris had four turnovers without an assist.

    — Michigan State ranks sixth in the nation in scoring defense (57.3 PPG) and is fifth in field-goal percentage defense (fifth, 35.3%). This could make it a long night for the Gators on the offensive end of the floor.

    — Forbes is the only other MSU player outside of Valentine that’ scoring in double figures. He is averaging 12.8 PPG thanks to 49.1 percent shooting from downtown. Harris has the ability to be an elite scorer. After all, he scored at a 17.2 PPG clip for the Mountaineers in 2013-2014 before sitting out last season. But Harris is only logging 16.0 minutes per game to date, which is obviously in part due to an effort by Izzo for him to become more committed on the defensive end of the court. Harris is averaging 7.4 PPG to date.

    — Florida (6-2 SU, 4-2 ATS) is the SEC’s highest-ranked team in the RPI (ninth), but we should note that the RPI’s rankings are a little strange at this early point of the season. The Gators have a pair of wins over RPI Top-100 foes in Richmond (#31) and State Joe’s (#72). They smashed the Spiders by a 76-56 count as 8.5-point home favorites on Dec. 1 in what was their best performance of the season. John Egbunu, the starting sophomore center who sat out last year after transferring from South Fla., led the way with 17 points and 14 rebounds in only 26 minutes of playing time. Devin Robinson added 12 points and 13 boards, while freshman KeVaughn Allen was also in double figures with 10 points. Dorian Finney-Smith, UF’s senior leader and starting small forward, tallied nine points, 13 rebounds, six assists, three blocks and committed only one turnover.

    — Florida’s losses have come to Purdue on a neutral court (85-70) and at Miami. Mike White’s squad dropped a 66-55 decision in Coral Gables this past Tuesday, failing to cover the spread as a six-point road underdog. The 121 combined points stayed ‘under’ the 141.5-point total. The Gators were completely inept from 3-point range, making only 1-of-12 attempts (8.3%). Egbunu scored a team-best 14 points, while Finney-Smith contributed 12 points and six rebounds. Robinson added 11 points and six boards. UF had an abysmal 7/10 assists-to-turnovers ratio.

    — Finney-Smith is averaging team-highs in scoring (14.0 points per game) and rebounding (8.6 RPG), and he’s tied for second in assists (23) and steals (eight). Egbunu is averaging 12.9 points and 7.9 rebounds per game. He has a team-best 10 blocked shots. For a big man with a huge frame, he has an excellent touch from the charity stripe, draining free throws at a 76.7 percent clip.

    — I believe the offensive woes for this team start with starting junior point guard Kasey Hill, who along with Chris Walker were five-star recruits ranked among the nation’s Top-10 players by every recruiting service in the 2013 class. Walker’s collegiate career has to be considered one of the biggest busts among five-star recruits in recent memory. Hill’s career to date has been an immense disappointment as well. He’s usually outstanding at penetrating off the dribble, but he too often can’t finish at the rim or make the right decisions. In eight games this year, his 25/14 assists-to-turnovers ratio isn’t impressive. Hill’s field-goal percentage last year (37.9%) was terrible and is only worse so far this season (34.8%). He was an abysmal 52.6 percent from the free-throw line last season. In 2015-2016, Hill’s making only 57.1 percent from the line.

    — UF is 0-2 both SU and ATS as a ‘dog this season.

    — Florida remains without senior forward Alex Murphy, who is dealing with a foot injury sustained in early November. Murphy is expected to miss another week or two. The Duke transfer averaged 5.1 PPG last year, his first as a Gator.

    — The ‘under’ has cashed in three straight UF games. The Gators have seen the ‘under’ go 5-2 overall and 2-0 in their true road assignments. They rank No. 15 in the country in scoring defense, allowing only 59.6 points per game.

    — UF’s penchant for ‘unders’ to date also centers around its offensive struggles. Like last year, the Gators just don’t have an abundance of shooters, certainly not like the ones that characterized Billy Donovan’s program for nearly two decades. They are No. 312 in American from long distance, shooting an atrocious 28.9 percent from beyond the arc. Also, UF is making just 42.2 percent of its attempts from the field (No. 240 in the country).

    — The ‘under’ is 6-3 overall for the Spartans, 3-2 in their home games.

    — This is a rematch of the 2000 national-title game won by Michigan State, 89-76, as a four-point favorite. Since then, these schools have met four times. The Spartans clobbered UF 99-83 at Breslin Center on Dec. 6 of 2000 as 8.5-point home ‘chalk.’ Florida won a 74-70 decision over MSU in 2001, but Izzo’s team easily covered the number as a 14-point underdog. In the Round of 32 at the 2003 NCAA Tournament, UF was the No. 2 seed and playing two hours from home in Tampa. The Spartans were in rebuilding year, barely making the Big Dance as a No. 10 seed. Nevertheless, Michigan State dominated David Lee, Matt Bonner and Co. in a 68-46 triumph as a five-point ‘dog. These schools met again in 2009 in Atlantic City with UF capturing a 77-74 win as a 3.5-point underdog. Chandler Parsons scored a team-high 14 points for the Gators.

    — Tip-off is scheduled for 6:00 p.m. Eastern on ESPN.

    **UCLA at Gonzaga**

    — Gonzaga (6-2 SU, 2-4 ATS) is mired in a 0-4-1 ATS slump after failing to cover again in Tuesday’s 61-58 win over Montana as a 17.5-point home favorite. Kyle Wiltjer and Domantas Sabonis scored 16 points apeice and had nine and 10 rebounds, respectively. Josh Perkins added 13 points, six boards, three assists and two steals.

    — Mark Few’s team has a pair of losses by only six combined points. Gonzaga lost 62-61 to Texas A&M in the Bahamas and also dropped a 68-63 decision to Arizona at home. The Bulldogs blew a 10-point lead at halftime against the Wildcats.

    — Gonzaga is led by Wiltjer, who is a National Player of the Year candidate. The Kentucky transfer, who is playing his second season for Few, helped the Bulldogs to their second Elite Eight in school history last year. Wiltjer, who had 33 points and nine rebounds in the losing effort vs. Arizona, is averaging 20.6 points and 7.4 rebounds per game. Sabonis is scoring at a 14.4 PPG clip and averages a team-high 10.4 rebounds per conteState

    — Since dropping back-to-back games vs. Kansas (93-72) and vs. Wake Forest (80-77) at the Maui Classic, UCLA (6-3 SU, 3-6 ATS) has won three in a row while going 2-1 ATS. Steve Alford’s team won an 87-77 decision over previously-undefeated and top-ranked Kentucky as a 6.5-point underdog. The victory over UK avenged an embarrassing loss to the Wildcats last year and was the school’s first win over a No. 1-ranked opponent since 2003. All five starters scored in double figures led by sophomore center Thomas Welsh, the 7-footer who finished with 21 points, 11 rebounds and a pair of blocked shots. Bryce Alford added 15 points, five rebounds and four assists.

    — UCLA lost its season opener at home to Monmouth (84-81), but the stain of that defeat has subsided since the Hawks have also upset USC and Notre Dame on neutral courts and only lost by three to Dayton on a neutral floor.

    — UCLA is off an 83-76 non-covering home win over Long Beach State as an 11-point ‘chalk.’ Alford was outstanding with 24 points and six assists without a turnover. Tony Parker added 16 points and 10 rebounds, while Welsh also had a double-double with 15 points and 10 boards. Isaac Hamilton contributed 21 points, four boards, four assists and four steals.

    — Alford paces the Bruins in scoring (16.2 PPG) and assists (5.4 APG). Welsh is averaging 13.3 points and 7.1 rebounds per game. He has a team-best 12 blocked shots and is making 62.8 percent of his shots from the field. Parker is averaging a double-double (14.0 PPG, 10.9 RPG).

    — Gonzaga is ranked No. 22 in the nation in scoring defense (61.2 PPG). The Bulldogs are third in the country at defending the 3-point line, forcing foes to make only 23.8 percent of their attempts from long distance.

    — These schools have met in the NCAA Tournament twice in the last decade. UCLA beat Gonzaga 73-71 to end Adam Morrison’s collegiate career in the 2006 Sweet 16. Then last season in the Sweet 16, Gonzaga won a 74-62 decision as an 8.5-point favorite. Since 1999, these teams have collided four times with the Bulldogs going 3-1 SU and 4-0 ATS.

    — The ‘over’ is 5-4 overall for the Bruins, 4-2 in their home outings.

    — The ‘under’ has cashed in three consecutive contests for Gonzaga to improve to 6-1 overall. The ‘under’ is 3-0 for the Bulldogs in their home games.

    — ESPN2 will provide television coverage at 10:00 p.m. Eastern.

    **B.E.’s Bonus Nuggets**

    — Michigan senior point guard Spike Albrecht announced Friday that he was leaving the team to concentrate on his recovery from bilateral hip surgery. Stats and numbers don’t do justice to the type of collegiate career the two-time team captain enjoyed for the maize and blue. As a true freshman, he played the game of his life in the national-title game against Louisville. Albrecht exploded for 17 first-half points, drilling four in a row from 3-point range (and then some on a few of the long-range jumpers). His previous season-high had been seven points. Albrecht was also an integral part of an Elite Eight run in 2014 as a sophomore. Best wishes to him in his recovery.

    — Cincinnati (8-1 SU, 2-3 ATS) and Xavier (9-0 SU, 6-3 ATS) will renew their bitter rivalry once against at 5:30 p.m. Eastern on Saturday. The Bearcats have lost three in a row ATS and took their first outright defeat at home vs. Butler (78-76) on Dec. 2. The Musketeers have quality wins over Dayton, USC, Alabama, Michigan and Missouri. They won by 16 in Ann Arbor and trashed the Flyers by a 90-61 score.

    — South Carolina (8-0 SU, 5-1 ATS) is the only unbeaten SEC team remaining. The Gamecocks host Drexel on Tuesday before facing arch-rival Clemson on the road at Littlejohn Coliseum next Friday.

    — Kentucky is mired in a 0-6 ATS slump after failing to cover in Wednesday’s 88-67 win over Eastern Ky. As a 24.5-point home favorite. Alex Poythress recorded his third double-double of the season by going for 21 points and 13 rebounds The ‘Cats return to the court Saturday to take on Arizona State at Rupp Arena.

    — Michigan State is second in the nation in rebounding margin (17.6), while Xavier ranks fifth (14.0).

    — ‘Nation’s best ATS teams to date’
    Texas-Arlington (8-1)
    UCF (6-0)
    IUPU-Ft. Wayne (7-1)
    Kansas State (5-0)
    So. Miss (5-0)

    — UT-Arlington has outright wins at Ohio State and at Memphis as a double-digit underdog. The Mavericks also won as 1.5-point ‘dogs at UTEP. They lost 80-73 at Texas in overtime but still managed to cover the spread as 9.5-point puppies.

    — Alabama suffered a huge loss when starting freshman guard Dazon Ingram broke his foot earlier this week. Ingram, who was averaging 7.7 points, 5.9 rebounds, 3.3 assists and 1.1 steals per game, will miss the rest of the season.


    NCAA Basketball Betting 3-Point Play: Three Interesting Dec. 12 Opening Lines
    by Alan Matthews

    Welcome to my first NCAA 3-Point Play story of the new season. This will be a near-daily look at three games that caught my eye each day for whatever reason — often involving ranked teams if possible, but it’s all about value so if I see it on Canisius vs. Quinnipiac, well then that’s where I’m going. It’s still nonconference time in college basketball, so this won’t start up in full yet as many ranked teams are still fattening up on cupcakes and a holiday break is coming. But after the New Year, look for this most days to give you a betting head start.

    Florida at No. 1 Michigan State (-10)

    It’s a 6 p.m. tip on ESPN2 from East Lansing and the Spartans’ 2000 National Championship team, which beat Florida in the final, will be honored at the Breslin Center. The Spartans rose to No. 1 in the polls Monday for only the fourth time in school history. Pretty quick jump since MSU was only 13th in the preseason AP poll. But Michigan State has looked like the nation’s best team with excellent wins over Kansas, Providence and Louisville. This clearly is the last obstacle before entering Big Ten play unbeaten since only Northeastern and Oakland remain ahead of conference play. Sparty didn’t get caught looking ahead to the Gators on Monday as it routed a really bad Maryland-Eastern Shore team, 78-35. Denzel Valentine, likely the early Player of the Year favorite in the country, had 11 points, 10 rebounds and six assists despite playing through an illness. The Spartans are off to their best start since the 2000-01 season when they were defending National Champions and won the first 12.

    The Gators were sideswiped — but not really surprised — when Billy Donovan left in the offseason to take over the Oklahoma City Thunder. UF didn’t exactly spur too much excitement in Gainesville with the hiring of Louisiana Tech’s Michael White. But Florida (6-2) has played pretty well, only losing to ranked Purdue and then Miami (by a combined 26 points) in the team’s last outing. UF shot only 38.6 percent overall and 1-for-12 from 3-point range vs. UM. All five Gators guards in the main rotation totaled only 14 points; the backcourt is this team’s weakness. This is interesting in that Florida only had back-to-back games vs. ranked teams on the road once in Donovan’s 19 years and never in the nonconference season. It took White all of nine games for that chore.

    Key trends: The Gators are 2-6 ATS in their past eight road games. MSU is 8-2 ATS in its past 10 at home.

    I’m leaning: Michigan State.

    Oregon State vs. No. 2 Kansas (-14)

    Tip is 8 p.m. ET and on ESPN2. This is technically a neutral-site game in Kansas City, but that’s obviously going to be all KU fans. I suppose it gives OSU a slightly better chance than winning at Allen Fieldhouse, where the Jayhawks rarely lose. Oregon State (6-1) is off to a solid start but hasn’t played anyone, losing to Valparaiso. This is the second game back from injury for Beavers senior forward Jamal Reid, who missed the first six due to injury. He played 22 minutes, a bit more than expected, and had seven points, five rebounds and four assists in last Saturday’s win over Nevada. OSU remains without senior forward Daniel Gomis due to a broken left hand. The team’s best player by far is a name you might recognize: Gary Payton II. He leads OSU in points (16.4 ppg), rebounds (8.1 rpg) and assist (4.9 apg).

    Kansas has won six in a row since a close loss to Michigan State in Chicago. The Jayhawks had no trouble with Holy Cross on Wednesday, 92-59. KU big men Landen Lucas (sprained big toe) and Jamari Traylor (ankle sprain) missed the game for precautionary reasons. They should play here. Junior guard Brannen Greene returned from a suspension against Holy Cross — his six-gamer was reduced by one — and had 14 points on 5-for-6 shooting. He is now 11-of-12 shooting on the season and 8-of-9 from 3. Coach Bill Self suspended him because Greene was complaining about playing time during and after the Michigan State loss. KU is one of the nations’ best offensive teams, averaging 90.9 points per game, shooting 50.7 percent from the field and 45.5 percent from 3-point range.

    For what it’s worth, in November 2012 Oregon State pushed Kansas to the brink at Sprint Center, losing only by six.

    Key trends: Beavers are 6-2 ATS in their past eight vs. the Big 12. KU is 2-5 ATS in its past seven after scoring more than 90 points in its previous game.

    I’m leaning: OSU covers.

    UCLA at No. 20 Gonzaga (-9)

    Another ESPN2 game, with a tip at 10 p.m. ET. Which UCLA team shows up here? The one that dominated No. 1 Kentucky on Dec. 3 in a 10-point win or the one that lost to Monmouth and Wake Forest and was blown out by Kansas? This will be the Bruins’ first true road game and their only one before Pac-12 play begins. It’s the Bruins’ first-ever trip to Gonzaga. UCLA sophomore 7-footer Thomas Welsh is the reigning Pac-12 Player of the Week as he averaged 18.0 points and 10.5 rebounds in UCLA’s two wins last week. He was fabulous against Kentucky with 21 points and 11 rebounds. UCLA junior guard Bryce Alford, son of Coach Steve Alford, is five points shy of 1,000 career. Alford leads UCLA in scoring (16.4 ppg).

    Gonzaga has been mildly disappointing with two losses — nearly three as it was pushed to the limit by Montana on Tuesday — as this was projected to be perhaps the best team in the program’s history. But the defeats were only by a combined six points and to ranked teams Texas A&M and Arizona. The Zags have played their past three games, including the Arizona loss, without 7-foot-1 center Przemek Karnowski. He’s dealing with back spasms and not likely to return soon. The senior averaged 10.9 points and 5.8 rebounds last year.

    These teams know each other well. Last season, Gonzaga defeated UCLA in Pauley Pavilion 87-74 in the regular season and beat the Bruins 72-64 in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament.

    Key trends: UCLA is 4-1 ATS in its past five road games vs. teams with a winning home record. Gonzaga is 1-4 ATS in its past five after a win.

    I’m leaning: UCLA covers.



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    College Basketball

    UConn lost three of last four games; all three losses were to teams in top 40. Huskies are 12-9 in last 21 non-league games- their best win was by 14 over #39 Michigan. 4-4 Ohio State is #347 in experience, playing the #295 schedule thus far- their best win was over #199 Mt St Mary’s- this is their first true road game. AAC home favorites are 16-6 vs spread.

    Wisconsin won four of last six games with Marquette, beating them last two years 70-64/49-38; Golden Eagles shot 7-31 (22.6%) inside arc LY vs Badgers. Marquette is 7-2 vs schedule #328; they did beat Arizona State, LSU on neutral floors. Wisconsin lost last game to Milwaukee. Big 14 home favorites are 21-17 vs spread; Big East road underdogs are 4-4.

    Butler lost 67-55 at Tennessee LY after being up 12 early in second half; Bulldogs have #1 eFG% in country, are shooting 58% inside arc. Vols are 4-3 with best win over #123 Arnmy- they allowed 77.5 ppg in losing last two games, to George Washington, Nebraska. Big East home favorites are 18-11 against the spread; SEC road underdogs are 4-4.

    8-1 Kentucky is #342 in experience; they’re shooting only 27.5% on arc (#326) but rebound 42.8% of their missed shots (#6). Wildcats has top 100 wins over Duke/Albany- they lost at #44 UCLA. Arizona State won its only true road game 79-77 at Creighton; 6-2 ASU played five games decided by 3 or less points or in OT. Pac-12 road underdogs are 4-1.

    Utah beat Wichita State 69-68 in OT at homr LY, after falling behind by 10-0 early on; Shockers have won 35 in row at home, are 2-0 since they got VanVleet back from hamstring injury- they beat UNLV 56-50 in last game Wednesday. First true road game for Utah squad that won two of three at San Juan tourney. Missouri Valley home favorites are 7-12.

    6-0 St Mary’s is #334 in experience playing #330 schedule; Gaels made 47.2% of their 3’s in six games, all at home- they’ve got #1 eFG% in US. California lost its two top 100 games, to San Diego State/Richmond; its best win was over #154 UCSB- they also won in OT at Wyoming. WCC road underdogs are 5-14. Pac-12 home favorites are 22-16 vs spread.

    Northern Iowa won five of last six D-I games with win over UNC; they are making 42.4% on arc, have #8 eFG% in country. UNI is 2-1 at home, losing by 15 at Richmond when Spiders made 13-25 on arc. New Mexico lost its two top 100 games by 8-12 to USC/Purdue- their best win was by 16 over #144 Oral Roberts. Missouri Valley road underdogs are 4-10.

    Texas won last two games with North Carolina by 16-3 points; teams did not meet LY. UNC is 7-1, losing only true road game at Northern Iowa by 4 before Paige returned- they scored 93.5 ppg in two games since his return, winning by 8-33. Longhorns isn’t pressing like Smart’s VCU clubs because they don’t have personnel for it- they’re 2-3 vs top 100 teams.

    Xavier won six of last eight games with Cincinnati, winning last five in its home gym by 2-2-5-4-23 points. Musketeers are 9-0 with best wins over Michigan, USC, Dayton- all their wins are by 9+. Cincinnati is 8-1 with only loss by hoop at home to Butler; Bearcats have #15 eFG% defense; they won only road game at Bowling Green. Big East road dogs are 4-4.

    Florida is 6-2, 1-1 on road, losing by 11 at Miami, winning at Navy- they protect ball well, shoot just 28.9% on arc- they have #14 eFG%.defense. Michigan State is 10-0 with #4 eFG% defense, #15 offense; they beat Kansas by 6, Providence by 13, Louisville by 4. SEC road underdogs are 4-4 against the spread; Big 14 home favorites are 21-17.

    Cal-Irvine lost three of last five games; they’re 2-1 on road, with wins at UCF/Pacific by total of five points, Anteaters have experienced team but are 0-3 vs teams ranked over #140. Utah State lost two of its last three games (Duke/BYU); they’re shooting only 43.2% inside arc. MW home favorites are 9-9 vs spread; Big West road underdogs are 11-8 vs spread.

    Gonzaga never trailed, shot 64.7% inside arc in 87-74 win at UCLA LY, but they’re struggling now, losing at home to Arizona LW, then beating Montana by 3 last game; Zags are turning ball over 20.8% of time. UCLA scored 82.3 ppg in winning last three games, beating Kentucky, Long Beach State in last two- their losses are by 3-19-3 points.

    Auburn hasn’t played in 10 days- they beat Middle Tennessee by 16 LY, won only road game this year by 3 at Coastal Carolina, almost blowing an 18-point lead in last 8:00. Tigers have #17 eFG%, making 41.5% on arc. Middle Tennessee lost only top 100 game to VCU by 6; they turn ball over 20.6% of time, but beat Toledo by 8 to win Alaskan Shootout.


    StatFox Super Situations™ – FoxSheets

    Play Under – Neutral court teams against the total an average offensive team (67-74 PPG) against a poor defensive team (74-78 PPG), after allowing 80 points or more
    41-15 since 1997. ( 73.2% | 24.5 units )
    0-1 this year. ( 0.0% | -1.1 units )

    Play Against – Road favorites vs. the money line (AUBURN) explosive offensive team – scoring 84+ points/game on the season, after scoring 75 points or more 2 straight games
    35-27 over the last 5 seasons. ( 56.5% | 29.3 units )
    4-3 this year. ( 57.1% | 2.7 units )

    Play Under – Road teams where the first half total is 65.5 to 70.5 after a loss by 10 points or more, with 2 more starters returning from last year than opponent
    46-18 over the last 5 seasons. ( 71.9% | 26.2 units )
    3-1 this year. ( 75.0% | 1.9 units )


    Vito Sports Syndicate

    $1000 Dollar Play – LA Tech -3.5

    $1000 Dollar Play – Pepperdine +2

    $1000 Dollar Play – Northeastern pk

    $1000 Dollar Play – Northern Iowa +4.5



    5:00 PM ET
    1 Star
    INDPU @ Creighton
    Take Creighton -15



    Risked 4 units to win 3.64
    Wichita State -2.5 -110 vs Utah U

    Risked 3 units to win 2.73
    Saint Mary’s +6 -110 vs California

    Risked 4 units to win 3.64
    Texas +6 -110 vs North Carolina

    Risked 3 units to win 2.73
    Oregon +3.5 -110 vs Boise State


    Betting First Look Show with Marco D’Angelo

    Wisconsin -7.5



    Basketball Crusher
    Marquette +7.5
    over Wisconsin
    (System Record: 23-1, lost last game)
    Overall Record: 23-22

    Utah +2.5 over Wichita State

    George Mason +7.5 over James Madison

    Middle Tennessee +1 over Auburn


    TR System Picks


    9:00pm 585 Over 145.0 – Loyola Mymt at CS Fullerton

    4:30pm 519 Over 142.0 – Rutgers at Geo Wshgtn

    1:00pm 525 Under 142.0 – Ohio at Cleveland St

    7:00pm 571 Over 144.0 – Pacific at Fresno St

    2:00pm 529 Over 125.0 – LA Monroe at Penn State

    1:00pm 523 Over 129.5 – Pepperdine at Ball State

    7:00pm 601 Under 174.5 – E Kentucky at Marshall


    7:00pm 609 Over 137.5 – Delaware at Marist

    7:00pm 563 Over 135.5 – Drake at Nevada

    9:00pm 589 Over 135.0 – UC Irvine at Utah State

    7:00pm 569 Over 135.5 – Fla Atlantic at Central FL

    3:00pm 607 Over 140.5 – Mississippi at SE Missouri

    5:00pm 611 Under 150.0 – IUPUI at Creighton

    2:00pm 597 Over 154.0 – Oral Roberts at Oklahoma

    10:00pm 583 Under 132.5 – AR Lit Rock at DePaul

    1:00pm 541 Over 154.0 – Bowling Grn at Detroit

    2:00pm 531 Over 119.0 – Old Dominion at Georgia St

    5:00pm 623 Over 148.5 – Portland St at SIU Edward

    8:00pm 625 Over 164.0 – TN Tech at Arkansas

    3:30pm 547 Under 136.5 – Utah vs Wichita St

    5:15pm 557 Under 153.0 – N Carolina at Texas

    7:00pm 615 Over 156.0 – Canisius at Kent State

    NCAAB Totals season:
    3* 22-18-1 55.0% (Dec. 9-8-1 52.9%)
    2* 100-97-0 50.8% (Dec. 40-27-1 59.7%)


    8:00pm 577 North Texas +14.0 at S Illinois

    2:30pm 537 NC-Wilmgton +11.5 at Georgetown

    7:00pm 616 Kent State -7.5 vs Canisius

    10:00pm 593 UCLA +8.0 at Gonzaga

    12:00pm 521 Ohio State +8.5 at Connecticut

    NCAAB ATS season:
    3* 1-1-0 50% (Dec. 0-0-0 0%)
    2* 45-36-1 55.6% (Dec. 11-10-1 52.4%)



    100* Louisville -18.5



    Minnesota vs. Oklahoma State – Saturday December 12, 2015
    The Golden Gophers head to South Dakota tonight to face an Oklahoma State team that is 0-5 ATS in its last 5 Saturday games. Minnesota is the pick (+3) according to Dunkel, which has the Golden Gophers favored by 1.
    Dunkel Pick: Minnesota (+3).

    ‘Best Bet’
    Oklahoma State
    Game 581-582
    December 12, 2015 @ 8:30 pm
    Dunkel Pick: Minnesota
    (+3); Over

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