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College Basketball Picks: Bet Arizona State, Colorado and Washington on March 13th 2013

College Basketball Picks: March 13th 2013

Pick: Arizona State +3.5
Arizona State is a good team and they have a very respectable 20 wins on the season. They are coming off a poor performance against in-state rival Arizona and they should be able to have a strong rebound game against Stanford today. You should always play on an underdog coming off a road loss by 10 points or more like Arizona State when they are revenging a home loss against an opponent. This system is 369-266 (58.1%) over the last five seasons. When these teams played back on February 9th Stanford squeaked off a three point victory with a 59-62 final score. Arizona State has a little more to play for now and that should help the better team prevail. You should also play on a team revenging a loss where they scored less than 60 points and they are coming off an embarrassing road loss also scoring less than 60 points. This system is 77-41 (65.3%) and proves that the majority of the time teams rebound from a poor performance. Arizona State is no ordinary team either; they are a quality team with a lot of talent which makes it even more likely for them to bounce back with a strong performance today. -Jimmy Boyd

Pick: Colorado -4.5
On Wednesday the free NCAAB Tournament play is on Colorado. Game 634 at 5:30 eastern. The Buffaloes come into this one with a solid 36 RPI Ranking and have won 11 of 13 vs teams ranked higher than 100 in the RPI Scale, so I have no problem laying a few points here as Colorado checks in at a cool 10-0 with 9 spread wins in games after scoring 60 or less and 20-2 vs losing teams. They are 6-2 ats when the total is 130 to 140 and are 6-1 with 5 spread wins in Conference tournament play of late, They have home home loss revenge here against an Oregon St team that has lost 14 of 16 vs winning teams and is 1-4 ats after allowing 60 or less points. When playing off a conference win the Beaver are 0-3 straight up and ats and 0-4 with just 1 spread win when the total is 130 to 135. Look for Colorado to get the win and cover here today. On Wednesday we have Another Huge Card led by Multiple 5* Plays, one of which is the Pac 12 Game of the Month, 5* Afternoon Blowout and another Solid NBA Card with the 100% Perfect system Game Of The Week and 17-2 Dog system. NBA Sweeps going 3-0 on Tuesday.Top Plays Continue to Cash in NCAA and NBA with LIU Leading the way last night. Jump on and start cashing as we get on the “Giving End” of Hump day. For the free play take Colorado. -Rob Vinciletti

Pick: Washington U -1.5
The PAC 12 tournament should be interesting because so many teams are desperate for wins. The Washington Huskies are definitely among that group, squandering upper echelon talent once again. They get a favourable first round draw of Washington State, the worst team in the league and a team they have beaten twice already this season. Those wins were by 4 and 5 points which is the only reason this spread is so small. The Huskies have won 5 straight against their in-state rivals and I don’t see the streak ending anytime soon. Take the small favourite in this one and look for signs this team might be breaking out. Their talent level is just too high. -Ray Monohan.

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Service Units ROI Pct WL
Kyle Hunter +1224.0 +38.7% 72.4% 21-8
Tony Karpinski +1080.0 +58.7% 82.4% 14-3
Michael Alexander +1015.0 +31.2% 69.0% 20-9
Glenn Andrew +824.0 +8.7% 56.3% 49-38
Tom Stryker +780.0 +54.4% 83.3% 10-2
Sean Higgs +578.0 +14.3% 60.0% 21-14
Brad Diamond +574.0 +44.4% 75.0% 9-3
Jeff Alexander +517.0 +16.5% 60.7% 17-11
Freddy Wills +494.0 +51.9% 77.8% 7-2
Matt Fargo +424.0 +17.0% 60.9% 14-9

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