Past Results

Guaranteed Pick: John Ryan

Ryan’s TOP RATED 25* Sweet 16 Titan; 6-0 ATS: Ryan is 3-1 ATS w/his 30* Games of the Year on the College Hardwood for the season. He had the easiest of winners in his last one with the Gators destroying Norfolk State. He had another BLOWOUT 25* winner last night w/ Stanford destroying Nevada. Join him tonight for this Sweet 16 side that features a perfect 6-0 ATS situation.

Game: Wisconsin at Syracuse Mar 22 2012 7:15PM
Prediction: Syracuse
Grade: Loser (-110)
Reason: 25* graded play on Syracuse as they take on Wisconsin in the Round of 16 in the Men’s Basketball Championship. The simulator shows a high probability that Syracuse will win this game by five or more points. Supporting this graded play is a system that has produced a record of 30-14 ATS for 68% winners since 2006. Play on neutral court teams as a favorite or pick after 1 or more consecutive ‘unders’ and is a good offensive team scoring between 74 and 78 PPG and now facing a struggling offensive team scoring between 63 and 67 PPG. Now, it is important to note that not all teams that struggle to score between 63 and 67 points are struggling type offensive teams. Wisconsin plays a very slow grinding style at basketball - at times - and this lends itself to lower scoring games. What is dominant here for this game, is that Syracuse has significant offensive advantages that they can consistently exploit during the game. The sim shows that Syracuse will make between 72 and 78% of their free throw attempts and will have between nine and 13 offensive rebounds. In past games, Syracuse is 6-0 ATS (+6.0 Units) in road games when they make 72% to 78% of their free throws in a game over the last 2 seasons; 13-4 ATS (+8.6 Units) in road games when they grab 9 to 13 offensive rebounds in a game over the last 3 seasons. Syracuse is coming off a strong 75-59 win over K-State and easily covered the 5 ˝ point spread. They also allowed 31.3% shooting and in past games and are 26-9 ATS (+16.1 Units) in road games after game where they allowed a shooting percentage of 33% or less since 1997. Take the Syracuse Orange