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College Conference Tournaments Begin Next

Wednesday And This Makes Handicapping

This Weekend’s Games More Challenging




By Kelso Sturgeon


It has been a long night in Las Vegas. Handicapping another massive Saturday college basketball card made up of 110 college and NBA games can give one a headache—and it has done just that. It's down-and-dirty time. Win at any cost is the name of the game.

The honeymoon is definitely over as the all-important college conference tournaments begin Wednesday with the winners of each of the 32 post-season champions getting an automatic invite to the NCAA Tournament. This means heading into March Madness even the worst of more than 350 teams has an additional opportunity to the Big Dance. Six teams with losing records have done just that.

Sixty-eight teams will be invited to the NCAA Tournament, with 32 of those spots going to the conference tournament champions, with the other 36 coming from a pool of at large teams. Competition is fierce in the tournaments and even more so with those at-large teams who are at the mercy of a prejudiced selection committee that rounds out the field.

This means every single team with even the slightest chance to be invited to the NCAA’s will be forced to bring its “A’ game and fire its best shot Saturday . Some will, some won’t.

It’s the Wild West Weekend of college basketball and anything can happen as we learned again Wednesday night as #2 Villanova, a 10-point favorite, lost at home to Butler, 74-66, and #10 Duke, a 4-point road favorite, lost at Syracuse, 78-75.

Teams that have already wrapped up their conference’s regular season championship—Kansas (24-3) in the Big 12, defending champion Villanova (26-2) in the Big East, Middle Tennessee State (24-4) in Conference USA, Monmouth (23-5) in the Metro Atlantic, Akron (22-5) in the MAC East, Bucknell (21-8) in the Patriot League and Belmont (20-5) in the Ohio Valley won’t let up either.

Teams such as Kansas and Villanova will be playing for a coveted #1 seed while teams from lesser conferences still need to win to insure an invite. Few games are unimportant. Must win is in play.

The numbers will be important in all games but in many they will not alone produce the winner. Finding the hidden edges, however small, will determine the outcome.

Hidden Factors That Might Be The Winning Edge

1.Teams playing their last home game of the season usually give that team an edge. Every team wants to go out in a blaze of glory in their final home game and always bring their “A” game.

2.The night honoring seniors usually gives an edge to the home team.

3.The best teams—whether on the road or at home—will all come to to play in hopes of getting a high seed in their conference tournaments and the NCAA Tournament.

4.All teams playing for a regular-season conference championship will definitely come to win.

#11 Kentucky-#13 Florida Showdown Highlights 3-0 Saturday

Gators Crushed Wildcats By 22 Points, 88-66, Three Weeks

Ago And Faces Wildcats Team For 1st Place In SEC

With The Revenge Issue In Play But Will It Mean Anything?


Kentucky (23-5) and Florida (23-5) will do battle in Lexington this afternoon in a game that will break a tie for 1st place in the SEC (both teams are 13-2 in conference play), with each having two more games to play after this showdown. The winner of this game will insure no worse than a tie for the regular season title and a 2nd or 3rd seed in the NCAA Tournament.

To say this nationally-televised (CBS) afternoon (tipoff at 2:00 Eastern) game is important would be a classic understatement and there is little question either one can win it. Florida is 10-3 away from Gainesville this season and will be looking for 10th straight. Kentucky also is at the top of its game, standing 13-2 at home (the losses were against #3 Kansas, 79-73, and against #5 UCLA, 97-92), and the Wildcats have won five straight since its loss at Florida.

This will be basketball at its best and will be the highlight of this 3-game package. Win a 15-unit play on the SEC showdown and also get two additional 10-unit winners, for just $15, charged to your major credit card or to Pay Pal.

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There Is A Single Contest On Saturday’s 102-Game

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And I Am Looking For No Less Than A 30-Point Winner


There are literally dozens of college basketball games on today’s schedule in which teams are playing their last game of the regular season—and they need to win it to position themselves

In the conference playoffs that begin Wednesday. For some top-tier teams conference champions are on the line. At the other end of the spectrum are bad teams that need to win to even get into their conference tournaments.

It's down-and-dirty time. Win at any cost is the name of the game.

This means every single team with even the slightest chance be invited to the NCAA’s will be forced to bring its “A’ game and fire its best shot Saturday . Some will, some won’t.

With that said, there is one team that has been incentive-driven all season but still remains disrespected by much of the basketball world. Today this team is going to remind the other 350 teams that it is good—very good—and will absolutely destroy its opponent.

A 100-unit winner.

My figures say this team will bring all it has in this game and win it by no less than 30 points and you can win it with me for just $25, charged to our major credit card, or to your Pay Pal account.

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