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It's still November, but we highlight the early Against-the-spread Winners and Losers to help you beat your bookie and the big bad town of Las Vegas, Nevada...
At long last, I finally got around to writing my annual look at the NCAA basketball futures market. Gonzaga was a big hit last year, so hopefully one of my 5 picks turns out just as fruitful this year...
DJ Dimes is back to breakdown why Gonzaga and SMU have been 'money' against-the-spread in their respective non-power leagues and why Kansas and UCLA have been disappointing their financial backers since the beginning of conference play...
Who's been the "Darlings" and "Duds" of Vegas over the first couple of weeks of the season?
Find out in Chapter 1 of DJ Dimes 'ATS Winners and Losers' segment.
Gambling! Gambling on college basketball! We don't have games to bet on yet, but we can always check out futures...
In game 1 of the Saturday night double-header, Villanova seeks to avenge the 23-point massacre Oklahoma dealt them in Hawaii way back in December.
In a bracket with household programs like Duke and Oklahoma, it was Oregon who drew the top seed line in the West Region. While the Ducks look ahead to a potential date with the Blue Devils or Baylor in the top-half of the region, the bottom half may produce a re-match of the red-river rivalry between the Sooners and Longhorns in the regional semis.
The Kansas Jayhawks headline a murderer's row of top seeds in the South region, including both Maryland (5-seed) and Iowa (7-seed), each of whom were ranked in the top 5 of the AP Poll only a month ago.
It might sound crazy, but writing 7,000 words about 8 games was a labor of love. It's probably idiotic to make gambling picks - maybe bet against them and profit! The East is a phenomenal region, and the top 5 seeds (1/3 of Kenpom's top 15) all have a fair reason to believe they'll represent this group in Houston.
The Midwest Region includes two of the nation's top teams in 1-seed Virginia and 2-seed Michigan State and features two of the nation's premier frontcourts in 3-seed Utah and 5-seed Purdue. Will the strong prevail? Or will underdogs like Little Rock, Iona, and Fresno State make their mark in Tourney lore?
All eyes will be on Dayton for the first four games of the 2016 NCAA tournament. Tulsa and Michigan will look to to justify the committee's "questionable" decision to include them in the field of 68, while the Vanderbilt/Wichita State matchup features two teams that may be as dangerous as any in the South region.
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