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90% Of All Edges In Handicapping College Basketball Is in Colleges

 

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St. Valentine's Package Begins With 50-Unit Winner Thursday And Closes 8 Days Later With Another Winning 150-Unit 2-Team Parlay

Oklahoma (20-3) Heads My Top 15 RankingsThat Also Include Wichita State (18-6) And Texas (16-8)

IUPU-Ft. Wayne Tops List Of 8 College Teams Covering At Least 71% Of the Time
VMI Covers 20% Of The Time And Leads A List of 21 Teams That Will Burn Your Money

Wichita State (-17.5) Crushes Drake 74-48 Pushing Highrollers 3-Week Record To 12-3 - 80% Winners And Another One Cashes Thursday


By Kelso Sturgeon

Handicapping college basketball has always been a challenge exceeded only by trying to analyze the National Basketball Association. The basic performance factor in the colleges is the fact these teams come to play each night and make an effort to win each night. Not so, the NBA.

My success in consistently beating college basketball, especially with my highroller plays with which I am on a 12-3 the past three weeks, is based on the predictable and consistent play of teams, whether they are good teams on which one bets, or weak teams one bets against. If a bettor approached the NBA on that basis, he or she would go broke in a hurry.

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Wichita State Still Shocking Oddsmakers

 

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Kelso's Advanced Sports Betting: Wichita State Still Shocking Oddsmakers!

This cat is very slowly getting out of the bag. After my 50-unit winner on Wichita State over Drake Tuesday night, the Shockers are a stunning 12-2 against the spread the last 14 games even though everyone knows they're the best team in the Missouri Valley Conference!

Oddsmakers are aware the team is good. But, they're obviously unaware HOW good. And, when THE MOTIVATION FACTOR really came through for the Shockers in a bounce-back spot Tuesday night...the cover wasn't in doubt.

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7-foot Tonye Jekiri a big reason for Hurricanes' success

CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) In his most recent game, Miami Hurricanes senior Tonye Jekiri twice saved balls from going out of bounds under his basket, forced a turnover at midcourt and was the first player down the floor on a fast break.

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Suns' Booker replaces 76rs' Noel in Rising Stars Challenge

TORONTO (AP) Phoenix Suns rookie Devin Booker has replaced injured Philadelphia player Nerlens Noel on the U.S. team roster in the Rising Stars Challenge on Friday night.

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