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  • @EMC • 2m

    I certainly had myself a profitable evening and if you had followed me, you would have as well! Called Ty jerome to hit the first 3 for +350, called the over due to the 3 ball and also told you not to be surprised if it goes to OT. A big win that I am proud of - follow me and check out my post below!!

    My Pick: Over 118.5 50%
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  • The true college final was already played when Texas tech played Michigan state.

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  • Texas tech and the under. Gonzaga and Michigan are much difficult then Purdue and Auburn. You are are one eyed fish if you cannot analyse this.

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  • @texasg • 2m

    If Tech moves the ball around they came walk away with this one hands down even with how tough Virginia's defense is. The Cavaliers have a tendency to go cold on the floor and it would be bad juju to do that tonight. Tech just needs a ray of light to put it away.

    My Pick: Texas Tech +1.5 & Under 119 70%
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  • This one should be a very slow game where every possession is huge and for that reason I have to take the better defense and Tech has the weapons on offense as well Tech-1.5 and imma also take over.

    My Pick: Texas Tech +1.5 & Over 119 60%
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  • First one to 50 wins? Everybody predicting an epically low scoring game. Give me the Marauders and Under 117.5. Tech wins 60-54.

    My Pick: Texas Tech +1.5 & Under 119
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  • @EMC • 2m

    Under Chris Beard, Texas Tech is 9-0 against the second half spread in the NCAA Tournament, covering by 7.9 points per game which means if UVA doesn't cover on the 1st half line, I'd definitely put money on the Red Raiders taking it home and winning on the 2nd half line. I like the over on this one. With all the OT we've seen in this tourney, I wouldn't be the least bit surprised to see this one head there to and crush the large amount of Under Plays on this one. I expect some three's to be taken often and should help get us above the 118.5. I love that 1st player to hit a 3 at +350 for Ty Jerome and will play it. Great reward, low risk play. Pick and roll up top should see a lot of it.

    My Pick: Over 118.5 50%
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  • @rc • 2m

    Tariq Owens scared Tech fans Saturday night when he went down with a what appeared to be a nasty ankle injury. But he looked great after returning from the locker room and is reported to be feeling 98%. So that's great news for Tech fans as Owens greatly increases the odds of winning tonight. Owens is 6' 11" and freakishly athletic for a big man, locks down the paint and can shoot anywhere from 20 foot in. And it's hard to ignore Virginia's poor shooting and lack of offense and this Tech Defense with Tariq Owens will be their toughest test of the tournament. Raiders are playing with a lot of confidence right now and Tech has a little more fire power on offense with scorers Culver, Moretti and Mooney. Any of the three can go off and have a 20 point game at any time. And Look for David Moretti to have a big game and maybe play hero. Let's cancel class tomorrow and Wreck Em'!!

    My Pick: Texas Tech +1.5 & Under 117.5 70%
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  • @Exdter • 2m

    Gran final, equipos frescos, mucha defensa, y el mejor torneo de el mundo, pero hay que ir por algun equipo, no se vale solo ver el espectaculo que se nos viene hoy en la noche.

    Texas tech agarra fuerza al vencer a los sembrado 1-5-8 es verdad pero hablamos de 2 big ten y un West Coast es decir no era las conferencias mas fuertes ahora le toca enfrentar a un ACC segunda conferencia y texas tech tiene un 2-6 de por vida contra estos, por el contrario virginea tiene 6-6 vs el big 12 unaS de las victimas mas importante North Carolina un sembrado 4 de la misma ACC incluso jugando de visitante solo DUKE le gano a los 2 es la unica referencia importante a tomar y me quedare con el juego que virginea jugo de visitante perdiendo apenas por 2 pts mientras texas tech pierde por 11 en campo neutral en pocas palabras virginea se presenta como el mejor equipo de la liga jugando fuera de casa las diferencias de puntos en esta final no es un handicap

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    Virginia Cavaliers A GANAR

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    Great final, fresh teams, a lot of defense, and the best tournament in the world, but you have to go for a team, it is not worth watching the show that comes to us today at night.

    Texas tech gains strength by beating the seeds 1-5-8 is true but we talked about 2 big ten and a West Coast that is not the strongest conferences now it's up to you to face a second conference ACC and texas tech has a 2- 6 for life against these, on the contrary virginea has 6-6 vs the big 12 one of the most important victims North Carolina a seeded 4 of the same ACC even playing as a visitor only DUKE won at 2 is the only important reference to take and I will stay with the game that virginea visitor juice losing just 2 pts while texas tech loses by 11 in neutral field in a few words virginea is presented as the best team in the league playing away from home the differences of points in this final is not a handicap

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    Virginia Cavaliers TO WIN

    My Pick: Virginia -1.5 50%
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    • @GoldFinger
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      Hola Exeter! Good luck, I bet the Raiders tonight. Hope we get an exciting game. TEXTK +1.5 & Under 119

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      I will not be surprised by my great friend, luck for you too VIRGA -1.5 50%

  • @BadMan • 2m

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    Inside the story of the $300,000 Texas Tech futures betOne bettor is holding a $1,500 ticket on Texas Tech at 200-1 odds to win the national championship. We asked him about his process and why he isn't hedging more on his bet. http://www.espn.com/chalk/story/_/id/26467598/inside-story-300000-texas-tech-futures-bet

    My Pick: Texas Tech +1.5 & Over 118 50%
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  • Fansided: Why FSU Baseball should not (but will) get NCAA berth in 2019

    In just one day, the FSU baseball team will join hundreds of other college baseball teams from across the country waiting to hear the 64 team field for this year's NCAA Tournament - and while the Seminoles know a game in Tallahassee won't be happening, they know chances are decent they will be one of those teams selected.

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  • @DukeNCAAB • 3h

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    And five-star 2021 shooting guard Terrence Clarke aims to own one -- the Blue Devil offer, that is, though his skills on the hardwood might one day translate into a rolling-in-dough existence.

    But according to Clarke's recent chat with USA Today's Jason Jordan, he also wants one from Duke's rival so that he can round out his portfolio of blue-blood offers.

    "[Kansas and Kentucky] were my last two offers, and, of course, I'm excited about them," said the 6-foot-6, 180-pound Boston native, who attends Brewster Academy in Wolfeboro, N.

  • ESPN.com: 'It's how you make history': The run that punched Toronto's first Finals ticket

    TORONTO -- There's very little about Kawhi Leonard that screams "mindfulness guru," but as the Toronto Raptors gathered on the bench during a timeout in the midst of the team's big 26-3 run in the second half, he told his teammates, "Enjoy the moment, stay here, stay together, we're good," according to Raptors guard Norman Powell.

    The Raptors did enjoy the moment, did stay together and we're so good they erased a 15-point deficit late in the third quarter in less than four minutes of game time. This explosive spurt was the most consequential stretch of basketball of the NBA postseason, vaulting Toronto to a 100-94 win over the Milwaukee Bucks in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals, and the first Finals appearance in Raptors' franchise history.

  • Rock M Nation: Our thoughts are with Auburn Athletics and Wisconsin Basketball after a bad day on the road.

    Memorial Day weekend is an incredibly important holiday weekend. Spend some time with your family and loved ones this weekend and be thankful for those who gave their lives defending this country.

    Tragedy happens in this country, and throughout the world, on a regular basis. But its rare the world of college sports gets touched with tragedy the way it did yesterday. First with the news of the wrong way driver in Michigan who took the lives of Wisconsin Assistant basketball Coach Howard Moore's wife and daughter, and injured Moore and his son. Moore is widely known as one of the good guys in the industry, so this news cuts deep.

  • WholeHogSports: Trustees appropriately honor Hogs' past

    Last week, the University of Arkansas board of trustees raised tuition and ended its parade of letting bygones be bygones.

    Tuition is going up all over the country.

    The trustees also voted to name the Razorbacks' practice facility after Eddie Sutton.

    In its previous meeting, the board had named the Razorbacks' basketball court the Nolan Richardson Court. That Richardson sued the school in 2002 for discrimination after he was terminated by then-chancellor John White didn't matter.

    What mattered was his 1994 national championship, two other trips to the Final Four and 389 wins. What he made look easy has become mission impossible since he left 17 years ago.

  • ESPN.com: 'It's how you make history': The run that punched Toronto's first Finals ticket

    TORONTO -- There's very little about Kawhi Leonard that screams "mindfulness guru," but as the Toronto Raptors gathered on the bench during a timeout in the midst of the team's big 26-3 run in the second half, he told his teammates, "Enjoy the moment, stay here, stay together, we're good," according to Raptors guard Norman Powell.

    The Raptors did enjoy the moment, did stay together and we're so good they erased a 15-point deficit late in the third quarter in less than four minutes of game time. This explosive spurt was the most consequential stretch of basketball of the NBA postseason, vaulting Toronto to a 100-94 win over the Milwaukee Bucks in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals, and the first Finals appearance in Raptors' franchise history.

  • WholeHogSports: Trustees appropriately honor Hogs' past

    Last week, the University of Arkansas board of trustees raised tuition and ended its parade of letting bygones be bygones.

    Tuition is going up all over the country.

    The trustees also voted to name the Razorbacks' practice facility after Eddie Sutton.

    In its previous meeting, the board had named the Razorbacks' basketball court the Nolan Richardson Court. That Richardson sued the school in 2002 for discrimination after he was terminated by then-chancellor John White didn't matter.

    What mattered was his 1994 national championship, two other trips to the Final Four and 389 wins. What he made look easy has become mission impossible since he left 17 years ago.

  • Official Site of the Sun Belt: Coastal Advances to Sun Belt Title Game on Sunday at 12 p.m. CT

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    "Jack had a fantastic close, running a 56-second last 400-meters to advance in a race with lots of amazing athletes, including the defending NCAA champion," said Director of Track & Field and Cross Country Jeff Bovee.

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    In 2018-19, he became one of the top freshmen in the country, averaging 9.7 points and 5.3 rebounds per game. He and his brother, Sam, helped lead the Golden Eagles to the NCAA Tournament, piecing together a rather dominant Big East regular season.

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