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03/14/2013 02:32 PM

Thursday, March 14

Game Score Status Pick Amount

UC Santa Barbara - 3:00 PM ET UC Santa Barbara +5.5 500
Pacific - Under 124 500

Idaho - 3:00 PM ET Idaho +7 500
New Mexico St. - Under 135.5 500

Arizona St. - 3:00 PM ET UCLA -4.5 500
UCLA - Over 136 500

Texas Tech - 3:00 PM ET Kansas -20.5 500 POD
Kansas - Under 133.5 500

Mississippi St. - 3:30 PM ET Tennessee -13 500
Tennessee - Over 126 500

Houston - 3:30 PM ET Texas-El Paso -6.5 500 POD
Texas-El Paso - Over 132.5 500

Northern Arizona - 5:00 PM ET Weber St. -13.5 500
Weber St. - Under 133 500

UC Davis - 5:30 PM ET Cal Poly SLO -2 500
Cal Poly SLO - Under 131 500

Texas State - 5:30 PM ET Denver -16 500 POD
Denver - Under 129.5 500

Colorado - 5:30 PM ET Colorado +4.5 500
Arizona - Under 129.5 500

Delaware State - 6:00 PM ET Hampton -3 500 POD
Hampton -

McNeese St. - 6:00 PM ET McNeese St. +0 500
Southeastern Louisiana -

St. Joseph's - 6:30 PM ET St. Joseph's -1 500
Xavier - Over 122 500

Nebraska - 6:30 PM ET Purdue -6 500 POD
Purdue - Under 120 500

Buffalo - 6:30 PM ET Buffalo +3.5 500
Kent St. - Over 138 500

Always remember the 3 G's Girls,Golf, Gambling not in any particular order......:2thumbs:
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03/14/2013 02:32 PM

Thursday, March 14

Game Score Status Pick Amount

UC Santa Barbara - 3:00 PM ET UC Santa Barbara +5.5 500
Pacific - Under 124 500

Idaho - 3:00 PM ET Idaho +7 500
New Mexico St. - Under 135.5 500

Arizona St. - 3:00 PM ET UCLA -4.5 500
UCLA - Over 136 500

Texas Tech - 3:00 PM ET Kansas -20.5 500 POD
Kansas - Under 133.5 500

Mississippi St. - 3:30 PM ET Tennessee -13 500
Tennessee - Over 126 500

Houston - 3:30 PM ET Texas-El Paso -6.5 500 POD
Texas-El Paso - Over 132.5 500

Northern Arizona - 5:00 PM ET Weber St. -13.5 500
Weber St. - Under 133 500

UC Davis - 5:30 PM ET Cal Poly SLO -2 500
Cal Poly SLO - Under 131 500

Texas State - 5:30 PM ET Denver -16 500 POD
Denver - Under 129.5 500

Colorado - 5:30 PM ET Colorado +4.5 500
Arizona - Under 129.5 500

Delaware State - 6:00 PM ET Hampton -3 500 POD
Hampton -

McNeese St. - 6:00 PM ET McNeese St. +0 500
Southeastern Louisiana -

St. Joseph's - 6:30 PM ET St. Joseph's -1 500
Xavier - Over 122 500

Nebraska - 6:30 PM ET Purdue -6 500 POD
Purdue - Under 120 500

Buffalo - 6:30 PM ET Buffalo +3.5 500
Kent St. - Over 138 500

Always remember the 3 G's Girls,Golf, Gambling not in any particular order......:2thumbs:
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03/14/2013 06:22 PM

Thursday, March 14

Game Score Status Pick Amount

Wake Forest - 7:00 PM ET Maryland -6 500
Maryland - Over 134.5 500

Villanova - 7:00 PM ET Louisville -9.5 500 POD # 1
Louisville - Under 125.5 500

Texas - 7:00 PM ET Texas +7.5 500
Kansas St. - Over 131 500

Tulane - 7:00 PM ET Memphis -11 500
Memphis - Under 139 500

Vanderbilt - 7:30 PM ET Vanderbilt +3 500 POD # 2
Arkansas - Over 125 500

Southern Utah - 7:30 PM ET North Dakota -3 500 POD # 3
North Dakota - Over 133.5 500

Morgan St. - 8:00 PM ET Morgan St. +1.5 500
Savannah State -

Sam Houston St. - 8:30 PM ET Oral Roberts -7 500
Oral Roberts -

Northwestern - 8:55 PM ET Iowa -10 500
Iowa - Under 124 500

Prairie View A&M - 9:00 PM ET Alcorn St. -1 500
Alcorn St. -

Cal St. Fullerton - 9:00 PM ET Cal St. Fullerton +7.5 500
Long Beach St. - Over 145.5 500

George Washington - 9:00 PM ET Massachusetts -3.5 500 POD # 4
Massachusetts - Under 139 500

Texas-San Antonio - 9:00 PM ET Texas-San Antonio +11 500
Louisiana Tech - Over 132.5 500

Eastern Michigan - 9:00 PM ET Eastern Michigan +6.5 500
Western Michigan - Under 111 500

Utah - 9:00 PM ET California -8 500 POD # 5
California - Over 122.5 500

Notre Dame - 9:00 PM ET Notre Dame +3 500
Marquette - Under 125.5 500

Baylor - 9:30 PM ET Oklahoma St. -2.5 500
Oklahoma St. - Under 135 500

Tulsa - 9:30 PM ET East Carolina -1.5 500
East Carolina - Over 144.5 500 POD # 6

Northern Colorado - 10:00 PM ET Northern Colorado -3.5 500
Montana St. - Under 144 500

Texas A&M - 10:00 PM ET Missouri -10 500
Missouri - Under 133 500

Hawaii - 11:30 PM ET Hawaii +4 500 POD # 7
UC Irvine - Over 138 500

Utah St. - 11:30 PM ET Utah St. -2.5 500
Texas-Arlington - Under 121 500

Oregon - 11:30 PM ET Washington +3.5 500
Washington - Over 132 500

Always remember the 3 G's Girls,Golf, Gambling not in any particular order......:2thumbs:
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03/15/2013 11:15 AM

Friday, March 15

Game Score Status Pick Amount

Indiana - 12:00 PM ET Indiana -9.5 500 POD
Illinois - Over 139 500

Saint Louis - 12:00 PM ET Saint Louis -11.5 500
Charlotte - Under 126 500

Boston College - 12:00 PM ET Boston College +8 500 POD # 2
Miami-Florida - Under 125 500

Louisiana State - 1:00 PM ET Florida -15.5 500
Florida - Under 129 500

N.C. State - 2:00 PM ET Virginia +1.5 500 POD # 3
Virginia - Under 127 500

La Salle - 2:30 PM ET La Salle +1.5 500
Butler - Over 132 500

Michigan - 2:30 PM ET Michigan -3 500
Wisconsin - Over 124.5 500

Tennessee - 3:30 PM ET Alabama +2 500
Alabama - Under 118 500

Always remember the 3 G's Girls,Golf, Gambling not in any particular order......:2thumbs:
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03/15/2013 03:12 PM

Friday, March 15

Game Score Status Pick Amount

Tennessee - 3:30 PM ET Alabama +2 500
Alabama - Under 118 500

Prairie View A&M - 3:30 PM ET Prairie View A&M +2 500
Jackson State -

Texas-El Paso - 4:00 PM ET Texas-El Paso +3 500
Southern Miss - Over 119.5 500

Southeastern Louisiana - 6:00 PM ET Stephen F. Austin -13 500
Stephen F. Austin -

Bethune-Cookman - 6:00 PM ET Bethune-Cookman +4 500
Morgan St. -

Nebraska - 6:30 PM ET Ohio St. -13.5 500 POD
Ohio St. - Under 119 500

Kent St. - 6:30 PM ET Kent St. +6 500
Akron - Over 137 500

St. Joseph's - 6:30 PM ET VCU -7 500 POD
VCU - Under 133 500

Memphis - 6:30 PM ET Tulsa +11.5 500
Tulsa - Under 138 500

Always remember the 3 G's Girls,Golf, Gambling not in any particular order......:2thumbs:
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03/15/2013 05:27 PM

Evening Pod's and Best Bets:


Syracuse - 7:00 PM ET Georgetown -1 500 POD # 1
Georgetown - Under 117 500

Maryland - 7:00 PM ET Maryland +11 500
Duke - Over 140 500

Iowa St. - 7:30 PM ET Kansas -5.5 500 POD # 2
Kansas - Under 145.5 500

North Dakota - 7:30 PM ET North Dakota +9.5 500 POD # 3
Weber St. - Over 132.5 500

Vanderbilt - 7:30 PM ET Kentucky -6 500
Kentucky - Under 126 500

Delaware State - 8:00 PM ET Delaware State +3.5 500
No.Carolina A&T -

Sam Houston St. - 8:30 PM ET Sam Houston St. +7.5 500
Northwestern St. -

Alabama A&M - 9:00 PM ET Southern -12.5 500
Southern -

New Mexico - 9:00 PM ET San Diego St. +2 500
San Diego St. - Over 126.5 500

Texas State - 9:00 PM ET Texas State +11 500
New Mexico St. - Over 141 500

Arizona - 9:00 PM ET UCLA +3.5 500
UCLA - Over 143.5 500

Iowa - 9:00 PM ET Michigan St -5.5 500 POD # 4
Michigan St - Under 128 500

Western Michigan - 9:00 PM ET Western Michigan +7 500
Ohio - Over 134 500

Massachusetts - 9:00 PM ET Massachusetts +4.5 500
Temple - Over 150 500

Notre Dame - 9:00 PM ET Notre Dame +8.5 500 POD # 5
Louisville - Under 123 500

Florida St. - 9:00 PM ET North Carolina -7.5 500 POD # 6
North Carolina - Over 141 500

UC Irvine - 9:30 PM ET UC Irvine +1 500
Long Beach St. - Over 133.5 500

Oklahoma St. - 10:00 PM ET Oklahoma St. +2 500
Kansas St. - Over 133.5 500

Missouri - 10:00 PM ET Missouri -5 500
Mississippi - Under 153 500

Northern Colorado - 10:00 PM ET Northern Colorado +7.5 500
Montana - Over 136 500

UNLV - 11:30 PM ET Colorado St. +4.5 500
Colorado St. - Over 133.5 500

Texas-San Antonio - 11:30 PM ET Texas-San Antonio +5.5 500
Texas-Arlington - Over 126.5 500

Utah - 11:30 PM ET Utah +7.5 500 POD # 7
Oregon - Over 128 500

Cal Poly SLO - 11:59 PM ET Cal Poly SLO +2 500
Pacific - Under 119 500

Always remember the 3 G's Girls,Golf, Gambling not in any particular order......:2thumbs:
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03/16/2013 12:10 PM

Saturday's Tip Sheet

March 15, 2013

**Florida vs. Alabama**

--Most books opened Florida (25-6 straight up, 16-12 against the spread) as a 13.5-point favorite for this SEC Tournament semifinals matchup in Nashville.

--Billy Donovan’s team advanced by virtue of Friday afternoon’s 80-58 win over LSU as a 16-point ‘chalk.’ Erik Murphy exploded for a career-high 27 points and 12 rebounds, splashing the nets at a 5-of-7 clip from 3-point range. Scottie Wilbekin finished with 16 points on 4-of-5 shooting from deep. The 138 combined points went ‘over’ the 128-point total.

--Alabama (21-11 SU, 13-15 ATS) captured a crucial win over Tennessee on Friday in the SEC Tournament quarterfinals. The Crimson Tide won a 58-48 decision as a 1.5-point underdog. The 106 combined points stayed ‘under’ the 117-point tally. Levi Randolph and Trevor Releford led the way with 15 and 14 points, respectively.

--Anthony Grant’s squad has been an underdog nine times this year, posting a 6-3 spread record. The Tide has been a double-digit ‘dog twice, going 1-1 ATS.

--Florida has been a double-digit ‘chalk’ 22 times this season, compiling a 14-8 spread record.

--With an RPI of 61, Alabama has to have this game to feel good about its at-large chances. The Tide has eight wins over Top 100 foes, but it has just two wins over RPI Top 50 foes in Kentucky (48) and Villanova (50).

--When these schools met at the O-Dome in Gainesville on March 2, UF recovered from a five-point second-half deficit to storm past Alabama, 64-52. However, the Tide took the cash as a 16-point road underdog. Murphy paced the Gators with 15 points and eight rebounds. Releford scored a team-high 12 points for Alabama.

--The ‘under’ is 19-7 overall for ‘Bama.

--The ‘under’ is on a 7-1 run in Florida’s last eight games to improve to 14-11 overall.

--Tip-off is scheduled for 1:00 p.m. Eastern on ABC.

**Wisconsin vs. Indiana**

--Most spots opened Indiana (27-5 SU, 17-13 ATS) as a 6.5-point ‘chalk.’

--Tom Crean’s team hooked up its backers in Friday’s 80-64 win over Illinois as a 10-point favorite. Cody Zeller was the catalyst, producing 24 points and nine rebounds while making 9-of-11 shots from the field. Victor Oladipo added 12 points and 11 boards and thrilled the United Center crowd with a nasty 360 dunk on a run-out in the final minute.

--Wisconsin (22-10 SU, 12-17-1 ATS) overcame a horrific shooting slump in the first half to erupt for 51 points in the final 20 minutes on its way to 68-59 win over Michigan as a two-point underdog. Traevon Jackson led the Badgers with 16 points, while Ben Brust buried four treys en route to scoring 14 points and pulling down eight rebounds. Ryan Evans finished with 12 points, six board and six assists.

--Bo Ryan’s team has been an underdog seven times this season, going 3-3-1 ATS.

--IU has been a single-digit favorite nine times, posting a 3-6 spread record.

--When these Big Ten rivals met on Jan. 15, Wisconsin went into Assembly Hall in Bloomington and collected a 64-59 win as an outrageous 15.5-point underdog. Evans led the way with 13 points and eight rebounds, while Jackson added 11 points before fouling out. The 123 points fell ‘under’ the 132.5-point total.

--The ‘over’ is 14-13 overall for the Badgers, cashing in four of their last six games.

--The ‘under’ is 4-1 in IU’s last five games, 14-14 overall.

--CBS will have the telecast at 1:40 p.m. Eastern.

Always remember the 3 G's Girls,Golf, Gambling not in any particular order......:2thumbs:
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03/16/2013 12:13 PM

Armadillo: Saturday's six-pack

-- North Carolina played 16 kids in its win over Florida State; how many bigtime programs dress 16 players for games?

-- Miami Dolphins signed Brandon Gibson to a 3-year contract; I watched every game Gibson played for the Rams. Not sure what Miami is thinking.

-- Denver Broncos' safety Quinton Carter was arrested and charged with cheating at craps at a Las Vegas casino; he grew up in Vegas. What could he be thinking? Casinos are worst place in America to commit a crime, since every inch has camera surveillance 24/7. Wow.

-- Syracuse forward Rakeem Christmas wears number 25; coincidence? I think not.

-- Puerto Rico beat Team USA 4-3, sent the Americans back to their spring training facilities. Will American fans watch the WBC finals on TV?

-- Miami Heat won again, have now won 21 games in a row; the record is 33, and I'm thinking they've got their eyes on that record.


*****

Armadillo: Saturday's List of 13: Wrapping up a fantastic Friday of hoops......

Saturday's List of 13: Wrapping up a fantastic Friday of hoops......
13) Another 14-hour day of basketball, with evening part of the card just filled with good action. Last game of the night was one of the more emotional games, as Pacific gave coach Bob Thomason one last appearance in Big West title game with a dramatic 55-53 win over Cal Poly in Anaheim.

Thomason is retiring after 25 years as Pacific's coach; the Tigers are moving to the WCC next year. Pacific plays Cal-Irvine for the Big West title.

12) Kentucky got spanked 64-48 by Vanderbilt; they're still winless away from Rupp Arena since Nerlens Noel got hurt. Most pundits have Kentucky out of the NCAAs; couple even suggested that the Wildcats' body language Friday looked like they wouldn't mind if the season ended.

11) Maryland beat Duke 83-74, just second time in 11 years Blue Devils lost their first ACC tournament game; the other time, they were 8-8 in ACC that season. This year, they were 14-4. Very disappointing loss for Duke.

10) Which reminds us that no team has ever won the national title if they lost their first conference tournament game that season.

9) Wisconsin 68, Michigan 59-- Badgers scored 17 points in first half, 51 in second. Wolverines split their last 12 games after a 20-1 start.

8) Ole Miss 64, Missouri 62-- Rebels outscored Missouri 18-6 over final 8:48 to pull out a win and keep their NCAA hopes alive. Ole Miss will be favored to beat Vandy today and get to the SEC finals.

7) Southern Mississippi shot 58.5% against UTEP, not easy to do against a Tim Floyd-defense, as Golden Eagles advanced with a 85-67 win over the Miners. USM plays Memphis (18-0 in C-USA) today for the title.

6) UCLA beat Arizona for third time this season, 66-64, but lost freshman star Jordan Adams for season with a broken foot; he had 24 points for the Bruins Friday, 18 in the second half.

5) Three conference finals will be played within 3.4 miles of each other in Las Vegas Saturday, with New Mexico-UNLV hottest ticket of the three. UCLA-Oregon and New Mexico State/UT-Arlington are the other two. You like college basketball, Las Vegas is your town Saturday.

4) North Carolina sophomore PJ Hairston, who sparked a recent 7-1 UNC hot streak, tore up his hand in a bloody accident late in Tar Heels' 83-62 win over Florida State. Not sure what the injury is, but anything with the hand is obviously going to hamper his ability to catch the ball.

3) Zeke Marshall almost single-handedly saved Akron's season, with 18 points, 10 rebounds, 7 blocks, as the Zips held off rival Kent State 62-59, its first win since PG Alex Abreu was suspended indefinitely.

2) Flip side of winning is losing; Buffalo fired coach Reggie Witherspoon on Friday, after a 14-20/7-9 season. Bulls are 47-33 in MAC play over last five years, so Witherspoon did a pretty good job, but he hadn't made the NCAAs in 14 years, and in today's world, that gets you fired.

1) I'm thinking that the selection committee has a very hard job this year; moreso than usual. Not much separates these bubble teams, but if you don't want to be sad Sunday night, like we said earlier this week, then win more.

Always remember the 3 G's Girls,Golf, Gambling not in any particular order......:2thumbs:
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03/16/2013 12:14 PM

NCAAB

Saturday, March 16

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Big Ten tournament: Wisconsin vs. Indiana
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Indiana Hoosiers vs. Wisconsin Badgers (+6.5, 127)

A spot in the Big Ten tournament championship game is on the line when top-seeded Indiana and fourth-seeded Wisconsin meet in Saturday’s semifinals in Chicago. The No. 3 Hoosiers dispatched Illinois in Friday’s quarterfinals while the No. 23 Badgers advanced by overcoming a double-digit deficit to knock off Michigan. Wisconsin won the regular-season meeting 64-59 at Indiana. The early season loss surely provides the Hoosiers with even more motivation to end an 11-game losing streak against the Badgers.

Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan didn’t want to discuss the Badgers’ longstanding dominance of the Hoosiers after beating the Wolverines. “I don’t even think about those kind of things,” Ryan said. “Never have. And people that know me will tell you that.” Indiana’s 59 points in the first meeting is its second-lowest output of the season. The Hoosiers average 80.8 points and are 16-1 when scoring 80 or more this season. Indiana had a 38-26 rebounding edge in the win over Illinois. “I think our guys really, really understand how important rebounding on both ends is, and specifically how important guard rebounding is,” Indiana coach Tom Crean said afterward.

TV: 1:40 p.m. ET, CBS

ABOUT INDIANA (27-5): Sophomore forward Cody Zeller had 23 points and 10 rebounds in the January loss to Wisconsin and excelled in the victory over Illinois by scoring 24 points on 9-of-12 shooting and collecting nine rebounds. Junior guard Victor Oladipo had a solid all-around game against the Illini with 12 points and 11 rebounds and senior forward Christian Watford scored 15 points as five Hoosiers reached double digits. “These guys are so unselfish and they’re so selfless with one another,” Crean said. Indiana is in the tournament semifinals for the first time 2006 as the program bottomed out badly before Crean arrived to revive it.

ABOUT WISCONSIN (22-10): The Badgers made a stunning turnaround in their 68-59 victory over Michigan by scoring three times as many points (51) in the second half than the first (17). Wisconsin’s 17.2 percentage over the first 20 minutes was a season-low for a half and the Badgers shot 60.7 percent in the second half while tallying their most points in a half this season. Sophomore point guard Traevon Jackson led the way with 16 points and frustrated Big Ten Player of the Year Trey Burke for much of the contest. Jackson is aware of the chatter that the Badgers don’t have the type of talent that schools like Indiana and Michigan do. “When we play together as a team, we can get beat anybody,” Jackson said. “Yeah, these guys are NBA guys, but we believe in ourselves as well.”

TRENDS:

* Over is 4-1 in Badgers’ last five overall.
* Badgers are 9-2 ATS in the last 11 meetings.
* Over is 4-1 in Hoosiers’ last five neutral site games.

TIP-INS

1. Indiana’s last victory over Wisconsin came Jan. 31, 2007 when the Badgers were ranked second in the nation.

2. Badgers junior G Ben Brust had four of Wisconsin’s eight 3-pointers against Michigan.

3. The Hoosiers racked up nine steals against Illinois, including two by freshman point guard Yogi Ferrell, whose 71 steals are three shy matching the school record held by Isiah Thomas (1980-81).

Always remember the 3 G's Girls,Golf, Gambling not in any particular order......:2thumbs:
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03/16/2013 12:16 PM

NCAAB

Saturday, March 16

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Atlantic 10 semis: Butler vs. Saint Louis
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Bulter Bulldogs vs. Saint Louis Billikens (-3, 124)

Saint Louis looks to continue its dominance when the No. 16-ranked and top-seeded Billikens play fifth-seeded Butler in the Atlantic 10 semifinals Saturday in Brooklyn, N.Y. Saint Louis, which has won 13 of its last 14 games, is coming off a 72-55 victory over ninth-seeded Charlotte in Friday’s semifinals. The Billikens finished 13-3 in the conference, winning their first outright regular-season title since 1957.

Butler, which has won four straight, defeated fourth-seeded La Salle 69-58in Friday’s semifinals after beating 12th-seeded Dayton 73-67 in Thursday’s first round. The Bulldogs finished third in the conference at 11-5. Butler was swept by Saint Louis in the regular season, losing 65-61 on Feb. 22 in Indianapolis and falling 75-58 on Jan. 31 in St. Louis.

TV: 1:30 p.m. ET, CBS

ABOUT BUTLER (26-7): The Bulldogs, who are in their first season in the A-10 after leaving the Horizon League, have big wins over Gonzaga, Indiana and Marquette and likely will make their fifth NCAA Tournament appearance in six seasons under head coach Brad Stevens. Stevens guided Butler to four Horizon League regular-season championships, three league tournament titles and back-to-back NCAA national runner-up finishes during the 2009-10 and 2010-11 seasons. Senior guard Rotnei Clarke, who leads Butler in scoring (16.8), led five Bulldogs in double figures with 14 points against La Salle on Friday.

ABOUT SAINT LOUIS (25-6): Junior forward Dwayne Evans scored a career-high 25 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead the Billikens past Charlotte. Evans finished 8-for-9 shooting and 9-for-9 from the foul line. Evans, who was selected to the A-10 First-Team All-Conference squad, leads the team in scoring (13.3) and rebounding (7.6). Senior forward Cody Ellis, the A-10 Sixth Man of the Year, has come off the bench in all 31 games and is second on the team in scoring (10.2). Senior guard Kwamain Mitchell (10.1) and junior guard Mike McCall Jr. (10) also average double-digit points.

TRENDS:

* Over is 5-1 in Bulldogs’ last six neutral site games.

* Billikens are 6-0 ATS in their last six Saturday games.

* Billikens are 7-0 ATS in their last seven games vs. a team with a winning percentage above .600.

TIP-INS

1. Saint Louis interim head coach Jim Crews on Tuesday was named National Coach of the Year by The Sporting News and Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year by the conference. Crews took over the program in August after it was announced that Rick Majerus would not coach this season. Majerus died during the season.

2. Evans has scored in double figures in 13 straight games.

3. Butler sophomore F Kameron Woods scored six of his 10 points and grabbed all nine of his rebounds in the second half against La Salle.


Always remember the 3 G's Girls,Golf, Gambling not in any particular order......:2thumbs: