1. LAST SATURDAY: (0-3)
2. SEASON: (NCAA 33-20)
First and foremost, I would like to give a shoutout to all of my close friends who have been working through emotional adversity after the loss of a close friend and brother. Just remember one thing…Chance made us sisters.
On to the action, after a not-so-hot Sunday a week ago, I have been anxious to get back into the action this weekend. It never hurts when my homey Greggy G posts a solid record thru the week to make sure I have enough cabbage for that extra bottle of Barefoot Bubbly for my lady. Just click below to check out today’s free college ATS winners from the Big East and Big 12.
Cincinnati +14 @ Georgetown
The Bearcats are sitting at a very misleading 13-12 on the year. Not only have they posted some decent W’s, they have absolutely dominated the ATS(14-4 in last 18). What I like about Cincy is that they are going to slow the game down today by working the ball and dumping it down low to Williamson & Hrycanuik. The reason….cuz the only way they have a chance at the Hoyas is to get Hibbert in foul trouble early. Now that boy toy Roy is on the bench early, Cincy can absolutely control the boards, which means controlling the tempo on the offensive end. Either way you look at it the Hoyas won’t leave the mid 60’s today, which means 14 points is a pretty sure thing since Nati has dropped at least 51 in every game this year. I luv it when the math works out like that….Hoyas win by 8.
Kansas State @ Baylor -1.5
I know that the Cats have a guy named Beasley, but this Beasley guy(along with half the team) are underclassmen that haven’t learned how to win on the road in conference(2-6 in last 8). So on top of the fact that they can’t win out of their own domain, they happen to be playing a Baylor team that is looking to regain its early season luster. I see this one being a run-n-gun all day long, and this will hurt the Cats since they are forward heavy and too young to know to slow it down. Baylor will pull out of their losing streak today by getting back to their roots…hitting the long ball(9 a game) and playing in transition for 40 straight minutes. The Big 12 Bears by 6.