We nail our only play last night, a Wise Guy winner. Tonight we have two Majors. We have a huge
one-day sale going today, 45
days for the price of one month. For those not ready to commence being
among the sharps, we also have four-days for just $55. We don’t gamble on superstition but we must
admit after a long stretch of brutal losses, finally winning a close one on
last night was an omen we’ve been waiting on to signal continuation of the
Go 2-0 Friday to start out a huge weekend with tons of
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Cornell, who enters the weekend in third place in the
Ancient Eight standings with a 5-3 record, faces second place
Following a 50-49 come-from-behind victory over Louisiana
Tech on Monday night, the Nevada Wolf Pack (19-5, 9-3 WAC)
takes a break from conference action to play host to Mid-American Conference
East Division leader
12-2 MAC) on Friday night in the BracketBusters.
brings a 19-5 overall record into Friday night’s game with the Wolf Pack and
has won 14 of its last 16 games.
on Wednesday night really was a thing of beauty. Players who haven’t been
shooting well found their range. The Bearcats dominated the boards, scored
frequently in transition and stymied the
defensively. The Bearcats (17-9 overall, 6-6 Big East) could use the same kind
of effort when they face Providence (11-11, 4-7) at 8 p.m. at Fifth Third Arena
in a game they simply can’t afford to lose if the Syracuse win is going to mean
as much as it should for their improving NCAA Tournament chances. The win over
jumped UC from No. 33 in the Ratings Percentage Index
to No. 23. And three of UC’s last four games area at
home, where the Bearcats are 11-3 this season.