Past Results

Guaranteed Pick: John Ryan

Ryanís Top RATED 25* Titan; FLA/MARQ: Ryan nailed his 25* NIT Titan play on Stanford, who absolutely throttled Nevada last night. he is also 3-1 ATS with his NCAABB 30* Game of the Year Plays. Join him for this mammoth money making opportunity and get the research you need to see to be with complete winning confidence. 88% ATS game situation featured.

Game: Florida at Marquette Mar 22 2012 10:15PM
Prediction: Florida
Grade: Winner (100)
Reason: 25* graded play on the University of Florida Gators as they take on Marquette in the Sweet 16 Round of the NCAA menís Basketball Championship. The simulator shows a high probability that Florida will win this game. I had Florida in their last game, which was my Third Round 30* Game of the Year. I am now 3-1 ATS with the Highest Rated 30* Games of the Year Titan releases in College Hoops. Supporting this graded play is a system that has produced a record of 75-36 ATS for 68% winners since 1997. Play on any team that is a solid offensive team scoring between 74 and 78 PPG and now facing a solid defensive team allowing between 63 and 67 PPG and after allowing 55 points or less two straight games. The sim shows a very high probability that Florida will commit between 10 and 13 turnovers. In past games, Florida is a near-perfect 11-2 ATS in road games when they commit 10 to 13 turnovers in a game over the last two seasons. Moreover, Florida is a solid 17-5 ATS versus excellent teams shooting >=45% and with a defense of <=42% over the last two seasons. 7-1 ATS (+5.9 Units) versus very good teams outscoring their opponents by 8 or more points per game this season. Florida is playing the best team defense of the remaining teams in the Tournament and they are my bracket Champion pick. That bracket selection has NOTHING to do with this play as I did not know at the time prior to the beginning of the Tournament that these two teams would be facing each other. I am, though, very encouraged, by the gators play to date and I do believe their defense and solid defensive rebounding will be the dominant reason they advance to the Elite 8 round of play. Take Florida.