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New Mexico State vs. Saint Louis, 03/21/2013 14:10
Point Spread: -9½/-101 Saint Louis
As you all know, I have finished tops in college hoops 3 times in the L7 years with top 5 finishes the other four years. But when it come to TOURNEY TIME, I take it up a notch. I ALWAYS come in with the winners and get you paid every March. These past few weeks I have had 10 Games of the Year, going 8-2. This Thursday we start our DOMINANCE of the Tournament as I have 4 winners for you with this FREE NCAAB WINNER, my 100% NO LIMIT, 100% HIGH ROLLER, and my 6-0 UNDERDOG OURIGHT WINNERS for you. I am so sure that I will make you money that I posted a 3 GAME DISCOUNTED GUARANTEED PKG or you can have the DEAL OF A LIFETIME with my NCAAB TOURNAMENT DISCOUNTED PROGRAM which includes the NCAA,NIT, CBI, and CIT. That's right! Each and every winner I have from now through the Title game on April 8th for less than the price of one big game.
Today's FREE NCAAB WINNER is St. Louis over New Mexico State.
St. Louis has won and covered 15 of their L16. They are a very well-balanced unit. Five players are either flirting with or posting DDs with Dwayne Evans leading the team in both scoring (13.1PPG) and rebounds (7.7 RPG). They play very methodically on offense forcing foes to adjust to their game. It is the Billikens "D" that truly stands out. They led the Atlantic 10 in both scoring defense and TO margin. They rank 19th , yielding a mere 58.1 PPG and allowing just 41.3% FGs. 6'11" 240 lb Rob Loe and 6'9" 240 lb Cody Ellis will play very physical against New Mexico State's 7'5" 355 lb, Sim Bhullar. The Center averages 10.2 PPG and 6.5 RPG . NM State won 5 straight but those wins were against Louisiana Tech, Texas Arlington twice, Idaho, and Texas State. The only solid team they had faced this season was back-to-back contests vs. New Mexico in December in which NM State lost and failed to cover both. Because of their 2 Big men, the Aggies can rebound. However, their overall offensive stats are 68 PPG, 32% 3-pointers, and 65.6% FTs. On "D" , they just give up tons of points and are very vulnerable vs. teams that can shoot from beyond the arc. The Billikens are 4-0 ATS their L4 non-Conference games, 6-1 ATS their L7 games played on neutral sites, and 20-6 ATS their L26 games played overall. Take St. Louis. Thank you.