World’s Top Handicapper Doing What Pro Gamblers Pay Him To Do

By Mike Godsey

Mr. March is doing what you paid him to do: win, win, and win. Now 67-38 with all Wise Guy plays, 12-1 college basketball Wise Guy plays, 15-3 with such plays the last 18. Best of all, 50-20 the last 70 college basketball Wise Guys. There is no end in sight.

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PROVIDENCE -8.5 Robert Morris

Bobby Mo will be fat and happy off the least impressive “upset” in sports history. They won at home against a completely disinterested Kentucky squad. Though the Big East is not exactly having a banner season, the Friars picked up 18 wins against a tough schedule. There is no reason for this to be a consolation game for them, but it is a letdown for Morris. Our power ratings have Providence 10 points better, but add to that Morris has the false sense of security after beating Kentucky, a win that made their season, the chalk covers.

WESTERN MICHIGAN +6 Wyoming

CBI Game of the Year

Since losing star Luke Martinez, Wyoming has been one of the great fades in the nation. They are 3-12 the last 15 and incredibly two of the covers have been by one point each, yet four of the failures have been by at least 17. Again, that is to the number, not just SU.

Now, Leonard Washington’s back is in the same place it’s been for well over a month. He tweaked it last game and may be out tonight.

Since the injuries hit Washington, Wyoming is 2-6. While the Cowboys escaped Lehigh thanks to Nathan Sobey’s buzzer-beater, having Washington could be paramount against Western Michigan.

The Broncos’ top two players, junior Shayne Whittington and freshman Darius Paul, are interior forces. The 6-foot-10 Whittington averages a team-leading 13.2 points per game and 8.8 rebounds per game, while the 6-foot-8 Paul—the Mid-American Conference Freshman of the Year—averages 10.8 ppg and 5.8 rpg.

Even if Washington plays, his back will be greatly tested against that huge frontline. WMU wins outright.

Fact it, if Wyoming has not had the injuries and suspension, they may be in the Big Dance. So much has been taken out of the team. Look for their season to end tonight.

Major…

BYU -7.5 Mercer

Mercer is in the heart of SEC country. Beating Tennessee was huge, but they will not be able to match the intensity this time. Mercer will travel 1629 miles to Provo and that will take a lot out of them. Three times they traveled that far. They won once on a neutral court, but failed to cover against a bad Wake Forest team. The two times they played road games at that distance, they were blown out by 18 and 20 points.

A potent BYU offense is powered by the inside-outside combination of sophomore guard Tyler Haws and senior forward Brandon Davies. Haws paces the squad at 21.4 points per game, while Davies averages 17.8 points per outing. Joining them with a double-figure scoring average is Matt Carlino, who contributes 11 points a game.

Richmond-Wright State UNDER 128

Our power line has just 119 points projected. While the minor tournaments do often have higher scoring games, this is a huge discrepancy with a low total.

 

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