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.

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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.

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Thursday, February 9, 2007
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Thursday, February 9, 2007
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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
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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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Thursday, February 9, 2007
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. 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.
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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.

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Central Florida-Southern Mississippi
Press Notes
UCF is limiting its opponents to only 63.7 points per game, but after holding four-consecutive foes to below 70 points, has allowed an average of 84.5 points in its last two contests. UCF has been successful from three-point range as of late, hitting 24 triples in its last three games. The Golden Eagles have lost seven contests in a row, all in league play. Southern Miss has not won since Jan. 11, when it topped visiting Tulane (67-55). On Saturday, the squad dropped a 58-53 contest at SMU.
Loyola-Wisconsin Green Bay
Press Notes
Loyola looks to avenge a 72-66 loss to UW-Green Bay in Chicago two weeks ago when it travels north to Titletown tonight. With a victory, the Ramblers would surpass their win total from a season ago and secure their most victories since 2002-03, when that squad posted a 15-16 record. This evening’s contest is the first of three straight road games for Loyola, which is 3-5 away from home this season. Loyola has not played outside of the Gentile Center since a heartbreaking 78-75 loss at UW-Milwaukee, Jan. 11. Ramblers and Phoenix tangle for the 27th time in a series that dates back to 1995. UW-Green Bay owns a 15-11 lead in the all-time series, although Loyola has captured seven of the last 10 meetings between the teams. In Green Bay, the Ramblers have compiled a 3-8 ledger, although they have earned a victory in three of the last four seasons in Titletown.
New Mexico-Colorado State
Press Notes
The Rams will be in search of their first win in seven tries when they meet UNM on Wednesday and will be looking to defeat the Lobos for the third time in four years in Fort Collins. CSU suffered an 85-81 setback to league-leading San Diego State on Saturday when the Rams’ late-game rally fell just short sending their record to 12-10, 1-8 MWC on the season. The Lobos will bring a 13-9 overall record into Fort Collins on Wednesday after breaking a three-game losing streak with a 64-53 victory over Utah in Albuquerque Saturday. New Mexico will be looking for its first road win of the season after going 0-8 away from The Pit this year. Colorado State holds an all-time record of 414-162 (.719) in Moby Arena. The Rams hold an 8-31 record in the month of February during Dale Layer’s tenure as head coach. The Rams have a 3-20 record in February in their last three-plus seasons. After holding opponents to a .379 field goal percentage in non-conference games, CSU has allowed league opponents to shoot at a .507 clip after seven MWC games. MWC foes are scoring 79.0 points per game on the Rams compared to a 67.0 points per game average in non-conference play.
BYU-Utah
Press Notes
The Runnin’ Utes (10-10, 3-6 MWC) return home from a two-game road swing. Utah is 8-3 at home overall this season and 2-2 in Mountain West Conference play. The Utes split a pair of road games last week, getting a 71-63 win at Wyoming on Wednesday night and falling 64-53 at New Mexico on Saturday afternoon to end a two-game winning streak. Utah is playing one redshirt freshman and four other newcomers. Through 20 games, 55.8 percent of the Utes’ points, 51.2 percent of their rebounds, 52.0 percent of their assists, and 54.3 percent of their minutes played have come from the first-year players. BYU is 14-6 overall and tied for third place in the Mountain West Conference with a 6-3 record. The Cougars are 4-5 away from home this season, including a 2-3 record in conference play. The Cougars have won four in a row. After defeating TCU, 90-89, in overtime on Jan. 25 at home, BYU picked up road wins at Colorado State (86-84) on Jan. 28 and New Mexico (77-71) on Feb. 1. BYU returned to the Marriott Center last Saturday, defeating Air Force, 65-59. The Cougars rank first in the MWC in scoring offense (76.4 ppg), eighth in scoring defense (70.4 ppg), fifth in rebound margin (+1.9 rpg) and first in assists (17.00 apg).
NC State-Miami
Press Notes
The Wolfpack rank No. 1 in the ACC in field goal percentage defense (.393) but also boast one of the league’s most balanced offensive attacks. Miami (14-8, 6-3 ACC) defeated Georgia Tech, 70-53, on Saturday. Miami, which has won three straight games, has been one of the league’s top defensive teams ranking No. 1 in the ACC in scoring defense (62.5 ppg) and second to only NC State in field goal percentage defense (.404). Miami and NC State meet for the second time this season and the fourth time overall. NC State won the first meeting this season and lead the all-time series, 2-1. Miami won last season’s meeting in Coral Gables, 67-66, marking UM’s first ACC victory.
NBA
Spurs-Raptors
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Marcus Floyd of KENS 5 Eyewitness News reported Duncan did not practice with the team on Tuesday, but did board the plane with his teammates later in the day to leave for Toronto. The Spurs have not played since Thursday’s road victory over the Golden State Warriors. The fourth game of the Spurs’ eight-game rodeo road stretch is Wednesday night against the Raptors in Toronto. Duncan has not missed a game this season. He is averaging 19.9 points and 11.6 rebounds per game.
Sonics-Hornets
Seattle Times
Seattle, which has dipped a season-low 10 games below .500, hopes to salvage a victory on this four-game trip, in which it has been blown out in three straight games. The Sonics have not had a winning record all season.

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