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    IT’S MARCH MADNESS TIME AND I AGAIN INTEND TO KEEP RIGHT ON WINNING THROUGH THE SWEET-16 & FINAL FOUR, MAKING MAJOR PROFITS, JUST AS I HAVE DONE FOR 10 OF THE LAST 12 YEARS
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The bettor’s battle to beat the NCAA Basketball Tournament

 

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Wichita State Is Enjoying Its 3rd Straight 30-Win
Season And Still Gets Little Respect
Shockers 95-14 Last 3 Seasons

No Surprise Here, Kentucky (36-0) Even-Money
Favorite To Win It All…Duke & Wisconsin 6-1

If You Think Handicapping NCAA Was Tough
Before, You Have Not Seen Anything Yet
As Sweet 16 Begins Thursday

By Kelso Sturgeon

The bettor’s battle to beat the NCAA Basketball Tournament has much in common with a heavyweight championship boxing match in which neither fighter can put away his opponent and a fight in which neither intends to throw in the towel, come hell or high water. It has been that way since March Madness 2015 began and will continue to be so.

This is a fight to the finish and anything can happen—and any of the Sweet 16 teams can win it.
If you think undefeated Kentucky (36-0) is going to have it easy, just remember another #1 seed, Villanova (33-3) was knocked out in the third round by 8th-seeded N.C. State, a 9.5-point underdog, 71-68. Let’s also remember #14 Georgia State (+9.5) upset #3 Baylor, 57-56, 7th-seeded Michigan State went #2 seeded Virginia packing, 60-54,and #7 seeded Wichita State beat #2 seed Kansas like an old rug, 78-65.

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Handicapping the Sweet 16 (and Elite 8)

 

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Kelso's Advanced Sports Betting: Handicapping the Sweet 16 (and Elite 8)

Now that the first full weekend of the 2015 NCAA Tournament is behind us, it's important to note something that is looming very large in this particular event.

COACHING MATTERS!

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NCAA Tournament Game Capsules

Cleveland, OH (SportsNetwork.com) - Mike Brey called a timeout early in the second half after Wichita State took its first lead of the night. Whatever was said in the huddle apparently provided a spark, as Notre Dame took over and rolled to an 81-70 win that ended its long Elite Eight drought. Notre Dame lit up the usually-stingy Shockers for 48 points in the second half on 18- of-24 (75 percent) shooting, including a 6-of-8 effort from behind the arc. Four Notre Dame players scored in double figures, and a fifth, Wooden Award finalist Jerian Grant, provided 11 assists with just two turnovers to go along with nine points. Demetrius Jackson poured in 20 points on only 10 shots, and Pat Connaughton added 16 with 10 rebounds in the convincing win. The third-seeded Irish (32-5), whose last trip to the Elite Eight came in 1979, will face undefeated Kentucky in the Midwest Region final on Saturday. Fred VanVleet and Darius Carter carried seventh-seeded Wichita State (30-5) with 25 and 22 points, respectively, while Ron Baker, Tekele Cotton and Evan Wessel combined for just 15 points on 4-of-21 shooting.

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Ilyasova's big night lifts Bucks over Pacers

Milwaukee, WI (SportsNetwork.com) - Ersan Ilyasova netted 34 points with six rebounds as the Milwaukee Bucks defeated the Indiana Pacers, 111-107, on Thursday night.

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