allamerican Posts:159 Followers:4
On 02/16/2013 04:55 AM in Cappers

Joe D's NCAAB Free Winner

Duke vs. Maryland, 02/16/2013 18:00
Point Spread: -5/-110 Duke

Hello sports fans. Now, overall on the season, my NCAAB is phenomenal. Just last night, we all got paid with my outright 'dog winner on Georgetown. But last weekend I did hit my first speed bump of the season in college hoops, dropping 2 units. But as you know, you can't keep a champion down and this Saturday I will redeem myself and then some as I have an explosive opportunity for you with this FREE NCAAB DUKE/MARYLAND winner as well as 2 of my highest-rated releases this year. I have my NCAAB BIG 12 GAME OF THE MONTH and my 100% MVP PLAY. My first MVP play was on Thursday with LSU crushing South Carolina, 64-46 as a 'dog. You will go a perfect 3-0 Saturday.

Let's talk the big ESPN ACC matchup of Duke @ Maryland. The #2 Duke Blue Devils are 22-2 SU and 9-2 in the Conference while the Maryland Terrapins are 17-7 and sport a 5-6 ACC mark. Duke has taken 6 in a row SU, covering the L5 over Maryland, including an 84-64 thumping about three weeks ago. The Blue Devils were out-rebounded in that game, 42-31, but shot an astounding 52.4% from the field, was 11 for 22 beyond the arc, and only committed 4 turnovers. Team top-scorer, Mason Plumlee (18.2 PPG and 10.7 RPG) will lead a starting 5 that all average DDs. Seth Curry and Quinn Cook have been on-fire. Maryland is 4-6 SU and 2-8 ATS their L10. Center, Alex Len (who will be double-teamed here by the abundance of Duke's big men) was held to just 8 points in the first meeting. The Terps are outclassed. Remember that top-ranked Indiana plays Purdue Saturday then Michigan State on Tuesday. A slip-up in either game can give Duke the top spot. No way does Duke let up on the throttle here. The favorite is 5-0 ATS the L5 meetings in this series. The Blue Devils are 5-1 ATS their L6 games played following an ATS loss while the Terrapins are 1-7-1 ATS their L9 games played vs. teams with a winning record. Take Duke here. Thank you.

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