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Sunday’s News and Notes

Sunday, February 11, 2006
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Here are news and notes from Godspicks.com private clipboard. They are compiled from hometown newspapers and the team’s own press releases.
Cincinnati-Pittsburgh
Press Notes
At 18-3, Pitt plays its second straight home game after defeating No. 9 West Virginia 57-53 Thursday evening. The win ceased Pitt’s two-game road losing streak to the likes of No. 1 Connecticut (80-76) and No. 17 Georgetown (61-58). Pitt faced three straight nationally ranked opponents in No. 9 West Virginia, No. 17 Georgetown and No. 1 Connecticut. The Panthers are 4-2 vs. nationally ranked opponents this year after defeating No. 9 West Virginia, No. 24 Wisconsin, No. 10 Louisville and No. 25 Syracuse. Pitt enters the contest with an undefeated 14-0 home record this season. It is attempting to complete its season undefeated at home for just the fourth season in school history. Its current 14-game home win streak ranks tied for third among the school’s all-time longest home win streaks. Pitt is a sterling 62-5 with a .925 winning percentage in the four-year-old Petersen Events Center. Pitt also owns a 25-4 regular season record vs. Big East East opponents in the Petersen Events Center.
NC State-GA Tech
Press Notes
With its longest losing streak since the 1980-81 season now at eight games, Georgia Tech returns home to face the team that began the slide, NC State. NC State (19-4, 8-2 ACC), ranked No. 16 in the AP poll, comes to Atlanta with its best start under head coach Herb Sendek, having won four straight games to solidify its hold on second place in the ACC race. The Wolfpack has won those four games by an average of six points, with two of those needing two overtimes each to decide. The Yellow Jackets’ have fared better on the road than at home during their stretch, having lost the five road games by an average of 5.6 points, last three by a TOTAL of four points. It has been a different story at home, however, those three games having been decided by 13 points. For halftime bettors: Tech has endured long second-half scoring droughts in some of its losses (one field goal over an 11:35 stretch against Maryland, one over a 12:53 stretch against Clemson, scoreless over a five-minute stretch at Virginia Tech, one FG over a 9:27 stretch against Miami). Tech scored just 20 points in the second half of home-court losses to Clemson and Miami.
Massachusetts-Florida State
Press Notes
Florida State, which has won 12 consecutive non-conference home games, plays host to UMass of the Atlantic 10 Conference. Overall, the Seminoles have won seven consecutive and nine of 10 non-conference games this season. The only out-of-conference loss for the Seminoles came at the hands of No. 6/7 Florida (Nov. 25, 66-74) at the Stephen C. O’Connell Center in Gainesville. Florida State is 9-2 at home this season (6-0 in none-conference and 3-2 in ACC games) and enters Sunday’s game against the Minutemen having won two straight. Florida State enters Sunday’s game ranked second in the ACC in scoring offense with an 80.5 points per game average. The Seminoles have scored at least 80 points in 10 of their first 20 games of the season and have already scored better than 80 points in more games this season (10) than they did during the entire 2004-05 season (six).
Ohio-Western Michigan
Press Notes
Sunday’s contest against Western Michigan will be one of just two return games Ohio has with MAC West Division opponents this season. Last Time vs. Western Michigan: In the conference opener for both teams, Ohio rolled past WMU by a final of 87-55 on Jan. 4 in Athens.
North Carolina-Miami
Herald Sun
The Tar Heels have been through a lot since Jan. 14, when the Hurricanes beat them 81-70 at the Smith Center. The No. 23 Tar Heels were left for dead after losing at Virginia, sprang back to life with a win at Florida State, took a hard fall with a home loss to Boston College and then played their best basketball of the season during a three-game winning streak. And all of that was before UNC’s 87-83 loss to No. 2 Duke on Tuesday night, a game in which the Tar Heels trailed by 17 points in the second half before rallying to take a five-point lead with 4½ minutes remaining. After three games in six days, what was the energy level of the Tar Heels as they began looking toward Sunday night’s rematch with the Hurricanes? “Down,” senior forward David Noel said. “We’re tired as all get-out. But at the same time, that’s college basketball. It’s something that we’re through now. We’ve had a day off, and now it’s time to get back to work and prepare for Miami.” Sunday’s game, scheduled for 8 p.m. (Fox Sports South) at the BankUnited Center, is UNC’s first rematch of the season. The Tar Heels host Georgia Tech on Feb. 15 and travel to Wake Forest four days later before finishing up against four ACC teams they already have played. This week’s break, five days in between games, is UNC’s longest until the end of the regular season. The Tar Heels have one more day of preparation than Miami, which lost at home to No. 16 N.C. State 86-77 in double overtime Wednesday night. The Hurricanes had been off for a week before defeating the Tar Heels last month.
UNC has gone 3-1 on the road in ACC games this season, twice beating teams that were undefeated at home before the Tar Heels arrived in town. UNC also defeated Kentucky at Rupp Arena on Dec. 3, another example of a young team exceeding expectations away from its home court. More notes for halftime bettors: UNC has been especially impressive in the second half in its last two road games, holding opponents to a combined 31-percent shooting and outscoring them by an average of 13 points in wins at Florida State and Maryland.

Handicappers Sampler For Saturday

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Saturday, February 11, 2006
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Saturday Godspicks

Saturday, February 11, 2006
The Center of the Handicapping Universe Godspicks.com is compiling the late report which is included in all packages but our early steam has three Wise Guy plays and a Major in college and all indications are that a lot more winners will be headed late afternoon. Wise Guy plays from Godspicks are widely accepted by high rollers, bookmakers, linesmakers, and fellow handicappers as the biggest play in the handicapping abyss. This is just fact.
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GEORGIA +4 Tennessee
Georgia is finally playing better hoops fresh of a road win at Vanderbilt and a home win to Bama. They are still an impressive 8-2 at home SU. Georgia is a young team, getting better as young teams do and they believe with four wins in their final seven games, they will make the Dance. At home against a very good Vol team will go a long way towards entering the bubble race.
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Saturday News and Notes

Saturday, February 11, 2006
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Drexel-Delaware
Delaware Online
While Delaware has struggled on the road against Drexel in recent seasons, the Hens have won the last two and eight of the last nine against the Dragons in the Carpenter Center. However, Delaware could be without senior forward Harding Nana, who is questionable because of a high ankle sprain. Nana is second in the Colonial Athletic Association in scoring (19.3) and first in rebounds (10.7). Delaware is 6-17 overall and 2-12 in the CAA following Thursday night’s 70-54 loss at UNC-Wilmington. It was Delaware’s fourth straight loss. Drexel (13-12, 7-7) is coming off its most lopsided win of the year. The Dragons ended a four-game losing streak Thursday night in Philadelphia with a surprisingly easy 83-47 win over Northeastern.
East Carolina-UAB
Press Notes
East Carolina junior guard Japhet McNeil and sophomore forward Jonathan Hart have been suspended indefinitely for conduct detrimental to the team announced head coach Ricky Stokes on Monday. Neither will play in Saturday’s game against UAB in Birmingham. McNeil leads Conference USA in assists with 6.65 per game and ranked fifth in the latest NCAA statistics published on January 31. He has distributed 133 assists this season, which is an ECU single season record. McNeil had started 15 games this season, while averaging 4.9 points in 27 minutes per game. Hart was averaging 4.2 points and 3.3 rebounds in 17 minutes of action per game this season and had started each of the past three games.
San Francisco-San Diego
Press Notes
USF (9-13, 5-4 WCC), will battle travel partner San Diego (15-7, 5-4) twice within three days, visiting the Toreros Saturday and hosting them Monday night. So far USF has split every weekend of WCC play winning once and losing once. (The Dons won their one single week contest.) This will be a very interesting weekend as USF faces the same opponent just two days apart. In WCC play, the Dons have by far the best turnover margin (+3.1) forcing 17.1 turnovers per contest while committing just 14.0. The next highest margin is LMU’s + 1.11. On the opposite side, USF is last in free-throw percentage (66.9%). USF is 2-3 in last five games. The Dons have been outscored 373-346 (74.6-69.2) and have shot just 41.6%.
Pepperdine-Loyola Marymount
Press Notes
The Waves (7-14, 3-6) have lost the first two games on the road trip, falling 84-71 at San Diego on Saturday and 66-63 at San Francisco Monday night. Pepperdine will be attempting to post its first road win since registering 75-61 victory at UNLV on December 22. The Waves are 1-10 on the road this season and have lost four straight away from Firestone Fieldhouse. Loyola Marymount begins play this week with a 10-13 overall mark and is in second place in the WCC with a 7-2 record. The Lions, who are coming off a 94-76 victory at San Diego on Monday, have two in a row, four of five and seven of their last nine games. LMU is currently averaging 73.3 points a game while allowing 74.6 points a contest.
Charlotte-Wake Forest
Press Notes
The Demon Deacons, 12-11 overall and 1-9 in the ACC, have lost six straight. Charlotte, 14-8 overall and 7-3 in the Atlantic 10, has won three straight, including a 66-59 win over visiting Temple Wednesday night. Wake Forest is 11-2 in non-conference games this season.
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LaSalle-Xavier
Press Notes
La Salle, 14-7 overall and 6-4 in the Atlantic 10 Conference, has won four straight games, including wins over Temple (62-56) on February 4 and at UMass (65-44) on February 8 in its last two games. Xavier, 14-6 overall and 5-4 in the Atlantic 10 Conference, snapped a two-game losing streak with a 63-51 win at Richmond on Wednesday. Today’s game against La Salle opens a three-game homestand, Xavier’s longest of the season. Xavier’s defensive field goal percentage of 38.8 percent (first in A-10 and 15th in the nation.
Santa Clara-St. Mary’s
Press Notes
Saint Mary’s has an 10-11 overall record and a 3-6 mark in WCC play following a 62-61 loss to No. 5 Gonzaga on Monday night. Santa Clara enters Saturday’s game with a 9-12 overall record and a 2-7 mark in West Coast Conference play. The Broncos snapped a 7-game losing skid by posting a 24-point road-win over Portland on Saturday. Both WCC wins for Santa Clara have come against Portland.
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NBA
Cavaliers-Warriors
Mercury News
Warriors forward Troy Murphy was held out of action Friday because of a sprained left ankle. Murphy said he isn’t expecting to play tonight against Cleveland but is hoping to play Monday against visiting Memphis.

Friday News and Notes

Friday, February 10, 2006
Simply put Friday night is the biggest release by any handicapper this season. The Industry’s Eastern Conference NBA Game of the Year for 2005-06. Plus if you buy the three or four-day pass today, I think you will get a special surprise announcement before the weekend is out. But the biggest story in the industry is the huge release Friday from The Center of the Handicapping Universe Godspicks.com. March Madness is nearly here folks—another historic Million Dollar March is in store! The ENTIRE card is just $17 at www.godspicks.com. We now take virtually every credit card, PayPal and eCheck. Also we now have yearly and other packages available via Western Union. Every play, every sport for a year is $2,450. Email us at godspicks@bellsouth.net to make arrangements or for Neteller payments.
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Columbia-Yale
Press Notes
The Bulldogs (11-10, 3-3 Ivy) have won 13 of their last 14 Ivy League home games but are coming off losses at Princeton and Penn last weekend. Yale has not had a winning or losing streak of longer than two this season. The Bulldogs also have won eight of the last 10 meetings with the Lions, but Columbia leads the all-time series 119-89. The Lions (8-11, 1-5 Ivy) started the season 5-0 for the first time since 1969-70 but have lost their last three. Columbia is second in the Ivy League in field goal percentage defense (.422).
Princeton-Harvard
Press Notes
Five games on the road in a nine-day span will test the mettle of any team. The Princeton men’s basketball team gets a chance to test its mettle beginning Friday night. That’s when the second-place and 3-1 Tigers visit 4-2 Harvard. Princeton has shot 45% or better from the field five times in its past seven games after shooting 45% or better twice in its first 10 games this season.
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Pistons-Magic
Orlando Sentinel
Orlando Magic forward Grant Hill, who has missed the past 12 games, could play this weekend, according to Assistant General Manager Otis Smith. Hill said he was “close, real close.”
Cavaliers-Wizards
Associated Press
The Wizards have moved back above .500 by winning 11 of their last 15 games. They improved to 3-0 on a five-game homestand by beating Golden State 129-124 on Wednesday night. Cleveland has won nine of its past 11 games.
Blazers-Celtics
Eagle-Tribune
The last thing Boston needed was another injury but that’s exactly what happened yesterday at practice.Starting center Kendrick Perkins dislocated his left shoulder. Coach Doc Rivers said he thought it was after the center collided with Brian Scalabrine. Friday, Perkins will join fellow young franchise cornerstone Al Jefferson at the end of the bench in street clothes. Point guard Dan Dickau is already out for the season and skywalking shooting guard Tony Allen, who missed 31 games after knee surgery, is now as explosive as a wet firecracker.

Friday Godspicks

Friday, February 10, 2006
Simply put Friday night is the biggest release by any handicapper this season. The Industry’s Eastern Conference NBA Game of the Year for 2005-06. Plus if you buy the three or four-day pass today, I think you will get a special surprise announcement before the weekend is out. But the biggest story in the industry is the huge release Friday from The Center of the Handicapping Universe Godspicks.com. March Madness is nearly here folks—another historic Million Dollar March is in store! The ENTIRE card is just $17 at www.godspicks.com. We now take virtually every credit card, PayPal and eCheck. Also we now have yearly and other packages available via Western Union. Every play, every sport for a year is $2,450. Email us at godspicks@bellsouth.net to make arrangements or for Neteller payments.
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COLUMBIA +10’ Yale
This is one of the top sharp versus squares games. That means most of the sharp money is going one way and most of the sucker money the other way according to our offshore, Vegas and “outlaw” contacts. We go with the sharp money.
Though you and I made a ton of money together over the years with systems, I’m less enthusiastic about month specific systems. But this one has a huge ROI for such a parochial system. Road double digit dogs that average 53 or fewer shots per game in February matchups are 215-124. However as it has to do with slow down big dogs, it is the type of theory we’ve won with often.

Saturday Advanced News and Notes

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Saturday, February 11, 2006
East Carolina-UAB
Press Notes
East Carolina junior guard Japhet McNeil and sophomore forward Jonathan Hart have been suspended indefinitely for conduct detrimental to the team announced head coach Ricky Stokes on Monday. Neither will play in Saturday’s game against UAB in Birmingham. McNeil leads Conference USA in assists with 6.65 per game and ranked fifth in the latest NCAA statistics published on January 31. He has distributed 133 assists this season, which is an ECU single season record. McNeil had started 15 games this season, while averaging 4.9 points in 27 minutes per game. Hart was averaging 4.2 points and 3.3 rebounds in 17 minutes of action per game this season and had started each of the past three games.
San Francisco-San Diego
Press Notes
USF (9-13, 5-4 WCC), will battle travel partner San Diego (15-7, 5-4) twice within three days, visiting the Toreros Saturday and hosting them Monday night. So far USF has split every weekend of WCC play winning once and losing once. (The Dons won their one single week contest.) This will be a very interesting weekend as USF faces the same opponent just two days apart. In WCC play, the Dons have by far the best turnover margin (+3.1) forcing 17.1 turnovers per contest while committing just 14.0. The next highest margin is LMU’s + 1.11. On the opposite side, USF is last in free-throw percentage (66.9%). USF is 2-3 in last five games. The Dons have been outscored 373-346 (74.6-69.2) and have shot just 41.6%.
Pepperdine-Loyola Marymount
Press Notes
The Waves (7-14, 3-6) have lost the first two games on the road trip, falling 84-71 at San Diego on Saturday and 66-63 at San Francisco Monday night. Pepperdine will be attempting to post its first road win since registering 75-61 victory at UNLV on December 22. The Waves are 1-10 on the road this season and have lost four straight away from Firestone Fieldhouse. Loyola Marymount begins play this week with a 10-13 overall mark and is in second place in the WCC with a 7-2 record. The Lions, who are coming off a 94-76 victory at San Diego on Monday, have two in a row, four of five and seven of their last nine games. LMU is currently averaging 73.3 points a game while allowing 74.6 points a contest.
Charlotte-Wake Forest
Press Notes
The Demon Deacons, 12-11 overall and 1-9 in the ACC, have lost six straight. Charlotte, 14-8 overall and 7-3 in the Atlantic 10, has won three straight, including a 66-59 win over visiting Temple Wednesday night. Wake Forest is 11-2 in non-conference games this season.
LaSalle-Xavier
Press Notes
La Salle, 14-7 overall and 6-4 in the Atlantic 10 Conference, has won four straight games, including wins over Temple (62-56) on February 4 and at UMass (65-44) on February 8 in its last two games. Xavier, 14-6 overall and 5-4 in the Atlantic 10 Conference, snapped a two-game losing streak with a 63-51 win at Richmond on Wednesday. Today’s game against La Salle opens a three-game homestand, Xavier’s longest of the season. Xavier’s defensive field goal percentage of 38.8 percent (first in A-10 and 15th in the nation.
Santa Clara-St. Mary’s
Press Notes
Saint Mary’s has an 10-11 overall record and a 3-6 mark in WCC play following a 62-61 loss to No. 5 Gonzaga on Monday night. Santa Clara enters Saturday’s game with a 9-12 overall record and a 2-7 mark in West Coast Conference play. The Broncos snapped a 7-game losing skid by posting a 24-point road-win over Portland on Saturday. Both WCC wins for Santa Clara have come against Portland.

Handicappers Sampler For Thursday

This is your Sports-Handicapper.com report for Thursday, February 09, 2006. Sports-Handicapper.com has now had winning days 34-of-40 and 47 of 56 thanks to a 3-0 sweep yesterday. In the process it’s a 45-9- run with top sports service plays.
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• Sports-Handicapper.com EXCLUSIVE: Sportscrew.com is the nation’s premier sports gambling site. When at least 14 of their 18 in-house handicappers agree on a play or if at least 10 agree with no conflicting opinions, it’s a Sportscrew.com in-house consensus
• Castlegate Sports is the only sports service to be ranked Top 10 in both college and pro basketball when ROI is backtracked to 1996! Their “major” plays are at 58-plus percent in more than 1,000 documented plays. Tonight it’s their COLONIAL ATHLETIC Conference GAME OF THE YEAR
• Jared Lindsey a handicapper out of Sarasota, FL is among the Top 5 handicappers all sports combined since 1995-present. Stats are out of 620 services monitored, rankings based on total net units won based on ONE unit per play. We release his 5* plays. He has 5* winner 16 of 20 tonight
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Thursday, February 9, 2007
The Center of the Handicapping Universe Godspicks.com has two Wise guy plays and three Majors for Thursday. Get that four day pass now for $55. Also we continue to add ADVANCED news and notes for upcoming opening lines, free info at www.joeduffy.net.
Tonight we have a system that has to do with returning starters in conference games and yes deep into conference play it continues to excel. We also have a true defensive dog and another game in which the underdogs’s recent slump has involved a ton of close losses, which we believe the spread clearly overlooks.
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Thursday Free Godspicks

Thursday, February 9, 2007
The Center of the Handicapping Universe Godspicks.com has two Wise guy plays and three Majors for Thursday. Get that four day pass now for $55. Also we continue to add ADVANCED news and notes for upcoming opening lines, free info at www.joeduffy.net.
Tonight we have a system that has to do with returning starters in conference games and yes deep into conference play it continues to excel. We also have a true defensive dog and another game in which the underdogs’s recent slump has involved a ton of close losses, which we believe the spread clearly overlooks.
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MOREHEAD STATE -1 Eastern Kentucky
This game fits into the “listen to what the oddsmakers are telling you”. Morehead does not win much (sounds like married life, but we digress). But the fact that they are favorite tonight tells us as another handicapper likes to say “got to be a reason”.
Morehead beat EKU on the road and it’s part of an eight-game skid for the small road dog. As we told you at JoeDuffy.net, the Redhawks continue to be down to seven available scholarship players after junior forward Andrais Thornton was indefinitely suspended from the team prior to Saturday’s home game against Tennessee-Martin, which Southeast lost 66-55.
Thornton, Southeast’s leading rebounder, was suspended after being arrested last week on felony charges of rape and sexual battery for an alleged incident that took place more than two years ago in Colby, Kan., where he was attending Colby Community College. The suspension came on the heels of junior guard Eric Burtin being sidelined for the season due to a broken leg suffered Jan. 19 at Tennessee State, while junior guard David Johnson played in just three games before being lost for the season due to hernia surgery.
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Thursday News and Notes

Thursday, February 9, 2007
The Center of the Handicapping Universe Godspicks.com has two Wise guy plays and three Majors for Thursday. Get that four day pass now for $55. Also we continue to add ADVANCED news and notes for upcoming opening lines, free info at www.joeduffy.net.
Tonight we have a system that has to do with returning starters in conference games and yes deep into conference play it continues to excel. We also have a true defensive dog and another game in which the underdogs’s recent slump has involved a ton of close losses, which we believe the spread clearly overlooks.
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Murray State-Eastern Kentucky
Press Notes
These two teams have been moving in opposite directions the last few weeks as EKU has lost four of its last five games while Murray State has won six straight and 11 of its last 12 contests to move atop of the league standings. The Colonels are looking to stay in the hunt for a first-round home OVC Tournament game, but currently sit tied for sixth with Tennessee State.
Courier Journal
EKU next to last in the OVC in field-goal defense (47 percent) and are third to last in assists allowed per game (15.6). The defense — and offense — could get a boost with the likely return of Jason McLeish, who has been out with a hip pointer.
Southeast Missouri State-Morehead State
Southeast Missourian
It has basically been a basketball season to forget for Southeast Missouri State. But perhaps one dubious performance by the Redhawks stands out a bit more than others.
That would be the Jan. 26 contest at the Show Me Center against Morehead State, as the Eagles entered play with a 15-game losing streak and had not beaten a Division I team all season. Not for long, however, as the Eagles stunned the Redhawks 60-55 in what stands as defeat No. 5 in Southeast’s current eight-game losing streak that ties for the program’s longest since moving up to Division I in 1991-92. The Redhawks continue to be down to seven available scholarship players after junior forward Andrais Thornton was indefinitely suspended from the team prior to Saturday’s home game against Tennessee-Martin, which Southeast lost 66-55. Thornton, Southeast’s leading rebounder, was suspended after being arrested last week on felony charges of rape and sexual battery for an alleged incident that took place more than two years ago in Colby, Kan., where he was attending Colby Community College. The suspension came on the heels of junior guard Eric Burtin being sidelined for the season due to a broken leg suffered Jan. 19 at Tennessee State, while junior guard David Johnson played in just three games before being lost for the season due to hernia surgery. MSU junior forward Shaun Williams, the Eagles’ leading scorer at 17.4 points per game, missed Monday’s win over Eastern Kentucky due to a disciplinary suspension. Eagles coach Kyle Macy said he is not sure if Williams — who had 17 points in the earlier victory over Southeast — will play tonight. We continue to add ADVANCED news and notes for upcoming opening lines, free info at www.joeduffy.net.
UCLA-Washington State
Press Notes
The 13th-ranked Bruins (19-4, 9-2) try to improve to 5-0 on the road in conference play Thursday when they begin a stretch of three straight contests away from home with a matchup against Washington State (10-9, 3-7). Coach Ben Howland has seen seven players get injured this season and lost starting forward Josh Shipp – who played just four games – for the rest of the season in January. UCLA has rotated five freshmen and four sophomores, but finds itself atop the Pac-10 by two games. That success can be attributed to the Bruins’ play outside of Los Angeles. UCLA has held its four Pac-10 opponents to an average of 60.5 points on their respective home courts, and is now trying to start 5-0 on the road in conference play for the first time since the 1991-92 season – when it won the first six en route to a league title and regional final appearance in the NCAA tournament. Washington State snapped a six-game losing streak with a 77-64 upset of then-No. 16 Washington on Saturday, sweeping the season series from their rivals. Despite the losing Pac-10 record, Washington State’s slow-tempo style of play has given it a chance to win most of its games. Four of the seven conference losses by the Cougars have been by five points or fewer, including a 63-61 defeat to the Bruins on Jan. 12 at Pauley Pavilion.UCLA has won 24 of the last 25 games between the teams, including 12 straight at Washington State since a 67-56 defeat on Feb. 6, 1993.
Ohio State-Michigan
Press Notes
Michigan was humbled in its last game as it tried to earn a critical victory against Big Ten leader Iowa. The No. 22 Wolverines look to get back on track when they take on 19th-ranked Ohio State on Thursday night in a key matchup in the crowded conference race. Michigan (16-4, 6-3) has made significant strides since last season, when it finished 13-18 and 4-12 in the Big Ten, but the Wolverines suffered a 94-66 blowout at the hands of the then-No. 23 Hawkeyes on Saturday. With a chance to pull closer to first place, the Wolverines shot 32 percent in the second half and 41.5 for the game. Michigan came in as the conference’s best shooting team at 47.9 percent. The loss snapped Michigan’s five-game winning streak, and the 28-point defeat was its most lopsided of the season. The Wolverines will look to put the ugly loss behind them when they take on the Buckeyes (16-3, 5-3), winners of two in a row and four of five. Ohio State is coming off a 67-53 victory over Minnesota on Saturday. The Wolverines may be looking for some revenge after being blown out 72-46 in their last meeting with the Buckeyes on Feb. 5, 2005 at Columbus. Michigan committed a season-high 29 turnovers as Ohio State posted its most lopsided win over its conference rival in 37 years.Ohio State, though, has dropped three of the last four meetings.
Idaho State-Northern Arizona
Press Notes
Idaho State, fresh off a 95-70 win over the Montana Grizzlies on Saturday, head to the road for their final two conference road games, starting on Thursday at Northern Arizona. The Lumberjacks, who had their 10-game winning streak snapped on Saturday, lead the league with an 8-1 conference record. Idaho State excised a few demons with their strong 95-70 win over previous Mid Major #9 Montana on Saturday. The Bengals are currently in seventh place, one game out of the Big Sky playoff hunt, trailing 3-6 Weber State. Northern Arizona is 16-7 overall and 8-1 in the Big Sky, good for first place, although they saw the nation’s longest winning streak at 10 snapped on Saturday with their 74-61 loss to Eastern Washington. Mike Adras (UC Santa Barbara, 1983) is 107-89 overall in his seventh year with the Lumberjacks. He is 10-5 against the Bengals, and 5-1 in Flagstaff.
New Mexico Stat-Nevada
Press Notes
Nevada has won four straight games and returns to Lawlor Events Center after playing three of the team’s last four contests away from home. The Wolf Pack holds a 9-1 record at Lawlor Events Center this year, last defeating Hawai’i there on Jan. 28. With last week’s road wins over the Bulldogs and the Aggies, Nevada has moved into a three-way tie for first place in the WAC with Louisiana Tech and Utah State with a 7-3 league mark. Thursday night’s game against NMSU marks the beginning of a three-game homestand for the Wolf Pack, which played six of its first 10 WAC games away from home. Under the direction of first-year head coach Reggie Theus, New Mexico State brings a 9-11 overall record into Thursday night’s back-to-back meeting with the Wolf Pack. The Aggies are fifth in the WAC standings with a 5-4 league mark. Last week’s 90-81 loss to Nevada snapped New Mexico State’s two-game winning streak, which included a 93-86 victory over Utah State on Feb. 2. The Aggies returned two starters from last year’s 6-24 team and were picked to finish seventh and eighth in the preseason WAC media and coaches’ polls, respectively. New Mexico State holds a 13-6 advantage over Nevada in the series between the two former members of the Big West Conference. The Wolf Pack snapped a four-game losing streak to the Aggies with the team’s 90-81 victory on Saturday night in Las Cruces, N.M.
St. John’s-Georgetown
Press Notes
Georgetown played its way onto the national scene with an upset of then-No. 1 Duke last month, and played its way into the Big East title picture by defeating then-No. 9 Pittsburgh last week. The 15th-ranked Hoyas (16-4, 7-2) continue their push for the top spot in the conference Thursday when they go for their seventh straight victory in a matchup with St. John’s (10-10, 3-6). Thursday’s game comes in between contests against ranked opponents Pitt and West Virginia, which Georgetown faces Sunday in a critical contest. The Hoyas’ 61-58 victory over the Panthers last weekend moved them into fourth place in the Big East, 1 1/2 games behind the first-place and ninth-ranked Mountaineers. Georgetown’s winning streak is its longest since starting the 2003-04 season with 10 victories, and the Hoyas have beaten two top 10 teams for the first time since 1995-96.
To keep its win streak intact, the Hoyas will have to guard against looking past upset-minded St. John’s, which knocked off then-No. 17 Louisville and then-No. 9 Pitt in back-to-back games last month. Since those victories, however, the Red Storm have dropped four straight. St. John’s is shooting 27.5 percent from 3-point range, third-worst in Division I. The Red Storm have lost 14 consecutive road games to ranked opponents since a 64-57 win at then-No. 22 Boston College on Jan. 17, 2002.
West Virginia-Pittsburgh
Press Notes
West Virginia is off to one of the best starts in Big East history. Keeping it going over the next 10 days will be very difficult. The ninth-ranked Mountaineers look to keep their perfect conference record intact as they open a tough stretch of the schedule, facing No. 14 Pittsburgh on Thursday in the first of three straight road games. West Virginia (17-4, 8-0 Big East) beat Cincinnati 66-57 on Saturday for its 15th win in 16 games – the only loss came to in-state rival Marshall on Jan. 25. After facing the Panthers, West Virginia plays at No. 15 Georgetown on Sunday and at Seton Hall on Tuesday before heading home to meet top-ranked Connecticut on Feb. 18. We continue to add ADVANCED news and notes for upcoming opening lines, free info at www.joeduffy.net. Five of West Virginia’s eight remaining conference games will be on the road. This contest closes an equally brutal stretch for Pittsburgh (17-3, 6-3), which lost 61-58 to Georgetown on Sunday following an 80-76 defeat to Connecticut on Jan. 31. The Panthers have lost three of five games after opening the season with 15 straight wins. All three defeats have come on the road for the Panthers, who have won 13 straight at home.
Western Kentucky-Denver
Press Notes
DU owns the nation’s fourth-longest home winning streak. Denver has won 16 consecutive (13 straight in conference play) and 20 of its last 21 home games dating back to last season. Denver’s only loss was to Stanford, 56-52 on Dec. 13, 2004. Denver is riding a two-game losing streak, falling at New Orleans, 64-54 and at Louisiana-Lafayette, 49-38. WKU is riding a four-game winning streak, defeating South Alabama, 74-73, ULL, 94-81, UNO, 72-57 and Florida International, 66-61.
William & Mary-Old Dominion
PilotOnline.com
The Tribe is on a bit of a roll, having won two of its last three gamesThe Tribe has lost five straight to the Monarchs and fell 65-56 in Williamsburg last month. ODU Senior guard Isaiah Hunter (14.8 ppg) will likely dress out for this one but may play sparingly as he continues to nurse a stress fracture in his right foot.
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