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2015 March Madness: #5 West Virginia vs #12 Buffalo

2015 NCAA Tournament West Virginia Mountaineers Buffalo Bulls Bobby Hurley March Madness picks bracketThere are some intriguing #5 vs #12 games in the 2015 NCAA Tournament. This is where I believe at least one true Cinderella could come out of the opening round.

West Virginia coach Bob Huggins hasn’t been in the NCAA Tournament since 2012. This year’s 23-8 squad finished with his second-best regular season record since he’s been in Morgantown. Can he get the ‘Neers to their first Sweet Sixteen in five years?

Bobby Hurley took over Buffalo’s program last season after serving as an assistant at Wagner College and Rhode Island. He was an accomplished college point guard at Duke in the early 90’s. This is his first appearance in the tournament as a head coach. How much did Coack K and his legendary father rub off on him?

Who do you think will win? We help you fill out your bracket.

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2014 NCAA Football – Week 11 Betting Picks Against Spread

LSU football hot sexy cheerleaders gamblingI had a pretty nice week. I ended up going 13-7 and hit on some underdog moneyline plays. My record is now 98-78-3 on the season.

I haven’t heard much about the weather being a huge issue this weekend. It is expected to rain in the Midwest. The weather isn’t expected to fall below 33 degrees, but check the national weather map as Saturday approaches.

We were 134-79-8 against the spread betting on college football games last season. We hope to keep it going and help you guys out again this season.

We pick against the spread for all the big college football games on Saturday (November 8th, 2014), and picked some smaller conference games as well. Enjoy!

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2014 NCAA Football – Week 9 Betting Picks Against Spread

Ole Miss hot cheerleaders brunette ncaa college footballLast week was up and down. You had a handful of games that didn’t live up to the billing (Bama/A&M & UK/LSU) mixed with some out-of-nowhere upsets (UNC/GA Tech). I went 10-10 and now sit at 74-63-2 on the season.

The weather is becoming colder and weather reports are becoming more and more important with each following week. Also, look at teams who faced the same team.

We were 134-79-8 against the spread betting on college football games last season. We hope to keep it going and help you guys out again this season.

We pick against the spread for all the big college football games on Saturday (October 25th, 2014), and picked some smaller conference games as well. Enjoy!

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2014 NCAA Football – Week 7 Betting Picks Against Spread

Katy Perry Ole Miss college football crazy fan 2014 hot sexy mouth corndogWeek 6 was insane. I was glad to come out of that week alive with an 11-9 record. I am now currently 53-44-2 on the season.

After many of the top teams were beaten, you should be able to find some favorable lines. Good teams can have a bad week. It’s our job to try to figure out if a team just had a hiccup or if they were exposed.

After this week, you should have a better idea which teams are legit. Many of the top teams face each other again, so after the dust settles, we should know which SEC and Pac-12 teams are contenders.

We were 134-79-8 against the spread betting on college football games last season. We hope to keep it going and help you guys out again this season.

We pick against the spread for all the big college football games on Saturday (October 11th, 2014), and picked some smaller conference games as well. Enjoy!

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2014 NCAA Football – Week 6 Betting Picks Against Spread

Hot Sexy Auburn Football Cheerleaders mascot 2014 LSU point spread ncaaI (once again) went 12-7-1 with last week’s college football picks against the spread. Even though I had a few close misses, I felt like I made smart plays. I am currently 42-35-2 on the season.

You will have some issues picking teams this week. There are a lot of road teams with favorable point spreads. I advise you to tread lightly, since this is part of the season in which weird things happen.

The Pac-12 and the SEC are proving themselves to be the top conferences in college football. On the other side of the coin, the Big Ten is imploding before our eyes. It’s already been an exciting season.

We were 134-79-8 against the spread betting on college football games last season. We hope to keep it going and help you guys out again this season.

We pick against the spread for all the big college football games on Saturday (October 4th, 2014), and picked some smaller conference games as well. Enjoy!

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2014 NCAA Football – Week 4 Betting Picks Against Spread

Hot Sexy West Virginia Mountaineers cheerleader fans girls chicksLast week’s slate of games was full of nailbiters and complete surprises (see: East Carolina). I ended up going 9-11 putting my season record at 18-21-1. I’ve taken some risks so far, but I am putting the reset button my betting strategy this season. I haven’t put much emphasis on home teams and I had to re-evaluate the Big Ten. I valued them higher than I should have the first few weeks.

I went heavy on home teams and I feel great about my betting picks against the spread for Week 4 of the 2014 college football season.

We were 134-79-8 against the spread betting on college football games last season. We hope to keep it going and help you guys out again this season.

We pick against the spread for all the big college football games on Saturday (September 20th, 2014), and picked some smaller conference games as well. Enjoy!

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‘National Signing Day’ – All-Name Team

‘National Signing Day’ has come and gone. Now that the young men have picked their hat out of a line reminiscent of the shell game on “The Price Is Right”, we have a better idea of which colleges won the recruiting battle. You may not know who these young men are right now, but in a few years, some of these men will be in line to win the Heisman Trophy and/or a National Championship. Until then, we only have the names of these future college football stars to go by.

Here is a list of some of the best names of the incoming 2013 college football class…and a few players who already have famous names. Here’s a hint, one of their fathers had an exciting Sunday. Continue reading

2012 NBA Draft: Best Undrafted Players

Not everyone can be selected in the NBA Draft. Many undrafted players will go into NBA Summer League hoping to land a camp invite or deal with a team. Most of these players will either sign with a NBA D-League team or go onto Europe and play. Their dream of playing the NBA one day is not dead, they will just need to work even harder and hope that a team takes a chance on them.

This list of undrafted players is filled with players who were once future first-round picks but fell to injury, unknown talent came out of nowhere, and established players who lack upside.

Who went undrafted in the 2012 NBA Draft? Who do you pick to make an NBA team or stand out in NBA’s D-League this upcoming season?

Scott Machado – Point Guard – Iona
Terrell Stoglin – Shooting Guard – Maryland
Kevin Jones – Power Forward – West Virginia
Drew Gordon – Power Forward – New Mexico
Henry Sims – Center – Georgetown
Garrett Stutz – Center – Wichita State
Hollis Thompson – Small Forward – Georgetown
Eric Griffin – Power Forward – Campbell
William Buford – Shooting Guard – Ohio State
J’Covan Brown – Point Guard – Texas
Kostas Sloukas – Point Guard – Greece
Tony Mitchell – Shooting Guard – Alabama
Tu Holloway – Point Guard – Xavier
JaMychal Green – Power Forward – Alabama
Alex Young – Shooting Guard – IUPUI
Casper Ware – Point Guard – Long Beach State
Cameron Moore – Power Forward – UAB
Ricardo Ratliffe – Power Forward – Missouri
Jordan Taylor – Point Guard – Wisconsin
John Shurna – Small Forward – Northwestern
Yancy Gates – Power Forward – Stanford
Xavier Gibson – Power Forward – Florida State
Gus Gilchrist – Center – South Florida
Toure’ Murry – Shooting Guard – Wichita State
Herb Pope – Power Forward – Seton Hall
Bradford Burgess – Shooting Guard – VCU
Jet Chang – Shooting Guard – BYU Hawaii
Ashton Gibbs – Point Guard – Pittsburgh
Dario Hunt – Power Forward – Nevada
Ralph Sampson III – Center – Minnesota
Maalik Wayns – Point Guard – Villanova
Wesley Witherspoon – Small Forward – Memphis
Dee Bost – Point Guard – Mississippi State
Devoe Joseph – Shooting Guard – Oregon

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