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On 03/14/2012 11:34 AM in Cappers

Joe D'Amico's NCAAB Free Winner

Northern Iowa vs. Saint Joseph's, 03/14/2012 19:15
Point Spread: -6/-105 Saint Joseph's

As you all know, I was last season's NCAAB HANDICAPPING CHAMPION. This season, I took it up a notch. Just over the last few weeks I made you money on just about every BIG GAME I posted, including Games of the Year winners in the Missouri Valley, Conf USA, Atlantic 10, and my 100 Star GoY. I took one on the chin last night with an Iona team that led by 25 points in the first half. Losing does not sit well with me. Today I come back strong with a vengeance and release the monsters. I have my NIT TOURNEY GAME OF THE YEAR and my 30-7-1 (L2 seasons) NCAAB NO LIMIT WINNER. Go into the Big Dance with a bankroll. All you gotta do is follow me.

Today's FREE WINNER is St. Joe's over Northern Iowa.

Offense has been an issue for Northern Iowa all season long. The Panthers post a mere 65.2 PPG and possess just one player that averages DDs in Anthony James (12.9 PPG). James represents the only true scorer on the team. Opponents double-up on the Guard and the supporting cast falls by the waist side. They have gone just 7-8 SU and 3-10-2 ATS over their L15 contests. Not to mention they must face 6'9" , CJ Aiken today. The Hawks Forward has tallied 119 blocks this season. Joining Aiken is a unit that possesses 4 players that post 10 or more PPG. The talented back court of Carl Jones and Langston Galloway combine for 32.6 PPG and 8.0 RPG. NIU has no one to contain or even slow down the St. Joe's Guards. The Hawks are a monster team at home, going 13-3 SU and 10-3 ATS as a host this season. The Panthers are 0-6-2 ATS their L8 games played on the road, 2-5 ATS their L7 games played vs. teams with a winning SU record, and 0-5-1 ATS their L6 road games vs. teams with a winning home record. The Hawks are 14-3 ATS their L17 games following a SU loss, 16-5 ATS their L21 games played as a favorite, and 23-10 ATS their L33 games played overall. Take St. Joe's. Thank you.

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