Discussion in 'Gambling Board' started by Sports Junkie, Jan 24, 2011.

  1. Sports Junkie

    Sports Junkie New Member

    NCAAB: 1-1
    NBA: 2-0
    OPINION: 1-0

    Trbe went on the warpath in Colonial a year ago, winners of 22 games. Holdovers McDowell 14.3ppg (lat year 13.9ppg), and Kitts 9ppg (last year7ppg), have not improved, while #1,#3, and #5 scorers departed. Along with points they took the leadership with thm, and Tribe not the talk of the town this year at 6-13. What was an offense that prodcued 65 or less just 13 times a year ago, has equalled that mark already this season. Ball movement non-existent, with a sloppy 268 turnovers to just 240 assists, a negative ratio vs mediocre schedule spells probems especially on the road.

    But wait a minute Northeastern just 4-15 on the season and solid chalk at home, losers of 9 straight? Ahhh...but ledger shows all 9 losses vs winning teams, that have aggregate record of 119-49, elevating the Huskies to a #33 most dificult schedule in the country. despite playing over their head in virtually every game, Huskies manage positive assist/ turnover ratio. The 15 Husky losses to teams that combine for a 189-94 record...and let the record show that no team has beaten them this year with fewer than 7 wins...uh oh Tribe fans....this one goes to the Huskies while the public gets duped into the 4-15 record as a favorite can't win theory!

    Northeastern -4.5
  2. ohhaithur

    ohhaithur e-Batman

    Delaware smoked W&M while only squeaking out a win v. Northeastern. I thusly will take neither.
  3. hamsterdam

    hamsterdam I wish I knew how to quit you.
    Donor TMB OG

    man, that is a tough one. i love the reasoning though...looks like the makers are begging for action on W&M. may be ok for a small play for me.

    GL though, keep em coming.

    my plays for the night:
    Pitt -10. ND hadn't played an away game until Big East play, in which they have lost 3 away games by a combined total of 48 points. does that trend change now? why would it against Pitt, one of the best defensive teams in the country.
    VCU-10. VCU averages 14 points per victory in conference play. they now face towson, winless in conference play. scares me bc towson is at home, and are desperate for their first conference win.
    NC-Wilmington +14.5 (double play). Old Dominion's margins of victory since Dec. 9: 3, 9, 4, 15, 4, 11, 6.
  4. bigc

    bigc New Member

  5. ohhaithur

    ohhaithur e-Batman

    Never trust a road team in the CAA.

    Unless they're playing Delaware apparently.
  6. hamsterdam

    hamsterdam I wish I knew how to quit you.
    Donor TMB OG

    terrible night