Marc Lawrence 16-0 ATS Eilte 8 Super System Play!: Marc's powerful database reveals a Super System Play on Sunday's Elite 8 card that has gone 16-0 ATS in the NCAA tournament in all qualifying games since 1991. It's up now for the taking. You know what to do!
Game: Baylor at Kentucky Mar 25 2012 2:20PM
Grade: Winner (100)
Reason: Play On: Kentucky (Game 718) Note: The Bears and Wildcats meet in the South Regional Final at the Georgia Dome Sunday afternoon with the winner of this contest advancing to the Final Four in New Orleans next week. Baylor enters off a 5-point win over 10th seeded Xavier while Kentucky arrives off its 102-90 victory over 4th seeded Indiana. That sets the table for today's play as our database reminds us that teams who managed to score 100 or more points in this tournament are 30-20 ATS in their next game since 1991. If they are a No. 1 or No. 2 seed and are favored by less than 11 points, they improve to 18-4 ATS - including 16-0 ATS if they scored more than 60 points in the game before the 100-point outburst and are facing a sub .828 opponent today. Toss in the fact that teams returning to the Elite 8 round from the previous season that own a win percentage of .940 or more are 4-0 SU and ATS in these games since 1991 - with every win by double-digits. Wildcats head coach John Calipari has coached three different teams in this tourney that managed to score 94 or more points in its previous game. All three of those teams managed to win and cover in its next contest. On the flip side, Baylor boss Scott Drew is 0-4 ATS in games off three wins-exact as a single-digit dog when his team owns a win percentage of less than .840 on the season. Toss in the fact that Kentucky themselves is 6-1 SU and ATS in this tourney in games after scoring 100 or more points, including 5-0 SU and ATS versus sub. 840 opposition and 5-0 SU and ATS when favored by more than 7 points, and we have the all the makings of another blowout in the offing today. We recommend a 3-unit play on Kentucky. Thank you and good luck as always.