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11/18/23 (3 Picks)

3:30PM EST: Clemson -7 (4 Units) ✅

The Tigers are still a very good football team despite their 6-4 record. They have a first year QB who's had his fair share of ups and downs. They've lost 3 of their 4 games on the road. That's young inexperienced QB 101. Their other loss came at home to FSU, who's a potential playoff team and only because of a missed chip shot field goal. By all means they should have won that game. They also beat Notre Dame at home, a team that can compete with the Countries best.

Give Cade Clubnik and this offense a friendly environment and time to adjust at the Line of Scrimmage and things go well. Give the Clemson defense the crowd behind them and they're as disruptive as their Title winning era. Clemson is playing at Home today against a team getting a whole lot of love without having accomplished much.

North Carolina's biggest win is either against 6-4 Duke or 6-4 Miami, both of which came at Home. This is still a North Carolina team that lost to Georgia Tech and Virginia. They've played in just 2 road games this year and are 1-1. Securing a win over now 3-8 PITT and losing 42-46 to a now 5-5 Georgia Tech team. They're far from some elite team and the strength of this Clemson defense is its secondary. The strength of the NC Offense is QB Drake Maye and its passing attack.

Clemson's also owned their cross-state rivals. They've won 5 straight games against them, 4 of them by double digits. Last year Clemson smoked them 39-10 at Home. QB Drake Maye threw 2 interceptions and lost a fumble that day. This year's Clemson secondary is much better than lasts.

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8PM EST: LSU -31.5 (3 Units) ✅

We don't move on big lines very often, but this is a good spot. For starters, Georgia State's defense flat out sucks. Going back, they've allowed 42 to Appalachian State, 42 to James Madison, and 44 to Georgia Southern. LSU would absolutely destroy those teams. The Georgia State offense has scored more than 20 points just once over the last 4 weeks too. Now the Tigers defense isn't very good, but they are certainly more talented than Georgia State's offense.

The Tigers don't have a whole lot to play for. Odds are they don't have a shot at an SEC title and the playoffs certainly aren't happening. That was the case after losing to Alabama 2 weeks ago, but they still followed that up with a 52-35 thrashing over Florida. Every kid on the field aspires to compete at the next level and they're going to show up.

The one thing LSU can still accomplish is a Jayden Daniels Heisman trophy. That is a team accomplishment in every sense and he's fresh off a 606 total yard and 5 touchdown performance. His teammates also show nothing but praise for the signal caller. Daniels is right in the mix for the Heisman and another big day here would go a long way. Projected as high as a top 10 pick he only has 2 or 3 collegiate games left and last week was a clear indication of LSU's intentions. Feel comfortable they run this up to a point where even the backdoor cover isn't a possibility for Georgia State.

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8PM EST: Texas -7 (4 Units) ✅

We know Jonathon Brooks is hurt but this is still a playoff team and playoff defense. They have one of the best QB's in the country in Quinn Ewers and he should be feeling good health wise. He returned from injury against TCU and had a relatively strong day but there's always some rust after a long absence. Brooks is a great back, but this Longhorn roster is plenty deep. Everyone thought they were doomed when Bijan left for the NFL, wasn't the case. They can't outright replace Brooks production, but they still have a couple explosive backs in Baxter and Blue that can fill in.

Iowa State's defense has done a good job against some of the lesser offenses in the conference, but Kansas scored 28 without QB Jalon Daniels, Oklahoma 50, and Oklahoma State 27. This Texas offense is much closer to Oklahoma than they are Kansas and Ok State too. Iowa State's played 5 FBS teams that currently have a winning record and they're 1-4. Their only win came 34-27 against Oklahoma State in week 4. Gundy's bunch is also much better now than they were then.

Their offense in those 5 games averaged just 19 points per game. Texas is easily the best defense they'll face of the winning record bunch. Last week’s final score of 29-26 against TCU doesn't look great for Texas but TCU scored 20 points in the Fourth Quarter. That game was well in hand most of the way for Texas, but they just took their foot off the pedal. The TCU scoring run also came after Brooks tore his ACL. That will certainly suck the life out of any team.

Outside of the Kansas State game a couple weeks ago that saw them play in OT, this Texas defense has shut down pretty much everyone. Maliik Murphy was also the starting QB for Texas against Kansas State and he turned the ball over twice. Brooks also fumbled on Texas's own 32-yard line too. Hard to play good defense without a complimentary offense.

Texas is truly the better team across the board here and with the experienced Ewers under center the loss of Brooks should be mitigated. Losing Brooks is going to sting against the Elite teams, Iowa State isn't one of them.

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9:00PM EST: Creighton -7.5 (2 Units) ✅


Huge bounce back spot here for one of the Country's top teams. They're coming off a big neutral court loss to Colorado State. They had an uncharacteristically poor shooting night, and the Rams are also a bit better than people realize. Still lost outright as 9-point favorites though. Creighton is a very good basketball team and they're going to respond. They were an Elite 8 Team a season ago and returned all 3 of their leading scorers. They did lose a couple contributors to the portal but picked up some of their own. Steven Ashworth came over from Utah State and is an elite point guard. He's also a great 3-PT shooter knocking down 41.3% of attempts this year and 43.4% last year. All in all, this Creighton roster ranks 15th in D-1 experience.


Creighton also matches up incredibly well against Oklahoma State. Creighton ranks 11th Nationally in ball screen PPP while the Cowboys rank down in the 9th percentile in pick and roll PPP. They've also struggled against off-screen action which is how McDermott likes to free up his shooters. He's got plenty as Creighton ranks 24th in 3PT FG% at 38.7. Of their top 6 players in minutes per game, 4 of them shoot 40% or better from deep, another shoots 38.5%, and then there's Trey Alexander who's shooting 31%. He's just off to a slow start after shooting 41% from 3 last season. More on him later.


Oklahoma State loves to shoot the 3. It's what they want to do as an offense, but Creighton has one of the best 3-PT defenses in the Nation. They force you off the line but it's incredibly difficult to get all the way inside with 7'1 Kalkbrenner down there. It's why they lead the nation in opponent Mid-Range shot frequency at 52.3%


Oklahoma just isn't a great basketball team as is. They have losses to Abiline Christian, St. Bonaventure, and Notre Dame. Their wins have come against Houston Christian, New Orleans, and Sam Houston State. Those teams aren't anywhere close to the top of D-1 Basketball. Per Ken Pom rankings Sam Houston State ranks 156th, New Orleans 284th, and Houston Christian 359th. Creighton ranks 16th for reference.


9:00PM EST: Trey Alexander Over 21.5 Pts+Rebs+Ast (3 Units) ✅


Speaking of uncharacteristic shooting, Trey had the worst night of any Blue Jay against Colorado State. He shot 1-16 from the Floor and 0-5 from 3. Alexander is a very good player and was pivotal to Creighton's success a season ago. Despite that poor performance just 6 games in, he's still shooting 43.2% from the floor and averaging 15.8 points per game. He's shooting just 31% from deep after shooting 41% last year. We like him to bounce back in a big way.


The 16 shots tell you everything you need to know about the type of player he is. Shooters shoot and they keep attacking expecting that the next basket to fall regardless of what happened before. McDermott is an Elite coach, and he will call on him early to get him going. This is also a homecoming for Alexander as he grew up just an hour away from the stadium. He's averaging 6.5 rebounds and 4.7 assists per game to go along with his 15.8 points per game.


This also plays into the pick and roll match-up. He and Kalkbrenner will run that set on numerous occasions which provides Alexander a chance to score points or get an assist should he dish it to the big fellow. He's also just going to play his balls off tonight. Out to avenge the last game but he'll be playing in front of family and friends. He practically never comes off the court either. He leads the BlueJays at 33.5 minutes per game and averages just 1.2 fouls per game this season. Last year he averaged 1.7 fouls and as a freshman 1.9.

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6:30PM EST: St. Joseph's +12.5 (4 Units) ✅

All about how these two match-up. But first this Hawks team nearly beat Kentucky in Kentucky. Christ Essandoko had the chance to put them up by one when he went to the line for 2 FT attempts in a 76-77 game with 14 seconds remaining. He made the first and missed the second. The game would go to Overtime at 77-77, where they would end up losing 88-96.

They're able to compete with the best for a few reasons. Experience and continuity is a major factor. Head Coach Billy Lange is in his 5th year at the program. He got off to a slow start but that's not abnormal for mid major programs. You often lose most of the talent that was there and are forced to start from scratch. The Hawks lost all 4 of their leading scorers the year he took over. His roster started to round into shape last year and they had their best year under Lange. They went 16-17 and 8-10 in conference play but they were a younger team.

Now there's a whole lot of game time under their belts. Guard Cameron Brown is a true 5th year starter with 118 career appearances and 106 starts. Guard Erik Reynolds in year #3 with 69 appearances and 68 starts. Junior Forward Kacper Klaczek in his 3rd year with the program with 42 appearances for the Hawks. Rasher Fleming, Lynn Greer, and Christian Winborne are all in their 2nd years at Saint Joseph's with 37, 39, and 34 appearances for the Hawks. Those are 6 of their 8 players leading the Hawks in minutes per game.

The other 2 are impact first year guys and that extra influx of talent is another reason the Hawks are legit. Guard Xzayvier Brown is a 2023 commit and the 3rd highest rated prospect that Saint Joseph's ever recruited. He's averaging 11.3 points per game, 53.1% from the field and 42.9% from 3. Then there's 2022 commit Christ Essandoko. He was forced to sit out last year due to eligibility issues, but he was with the team. He's a monster of a man at 7'0 285. He was committed to Providence but decommitted when Ed Cooley decided to leave for Georgetown. Both guys had multiple offers from top division 1 basketball programs.

The final and most important reason is shooting. Saint Joseph's loves to shoot the 3 ball and their top scorers make it an elite rate. Erik Reynolds is shooting 41.5% from deep, Cameron Brown 38.1%, and Xzayvier Brown 42.9%. They rank 2nd in Division 1 averaging 32.5 3PT shots per game. The "live and die by the 3 saying" is true. The week prior to nearly upsetting Kentucky they lost to Texas A&M-Commerce 57-54 because they went 6/30 from deep. Against Kentucky they shot 15/37. Last week against Sacred Heat 11/33.

Nova has just struggled to defend the 3-point line this year. They did a decent job last time out against a quality shooting Team in Memphis but context matters. That was their 3rd straight game in as many days, and they just struggled across the board in the first half. They managed just 16 first half points before going on to score 47 in the 2nd. They went 1/12 from 3 in the first half but 6/13 in the 2nd. From deep North Carolina went 9/24 (37.5%) against Nova, Texas Tech 14/36 (38.9%), Maryland went 5/26 but they flat out stink, their 23.8% 3-pt shooting ranks 356th this year. They were upset by Pennsylvania because they allowed them to shoot 41.2% from 3. Even American shot 30% and Le Moyne 36%.

They've consistently played poor perimeter defense and Saint Joseph's is going to attack that all game long. And unlike other mid majors, Saint Joseph's has the size to compete. Center Christ Essandoko is bigger than anyone Villanova has. Rasheer Fleming is 6'9 230 and Kacper Klaczek is 6'8 230. Their regular rotation is bigger than the Wildcats. They actually out rebounded the other Wildcats 39-32 in that game. Kentucky also has an incredibly long lineup. They start 1 player that's 6'9, two that are 6'8, another who's 6'6, and their smallest is 6'4.

It's never easy to go into Villanova but Saint Joseph's has all the pieces to do it. Live and die by the 3-ball. Saint Joseph's is going to have to hit those perimeter shots if they want this game to remain competitive. It's also a great crowd silencer. Nothing more deafening to a home crowd than the opposing team knocking down 3 balls.

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11/17/23 (1 Pick)

10:30PM EST: Washington State -4 (3 Units) ✅

These two teams are very similar, Air it out types with very little ground game. One thing sticks out specifically and that's offensive line play. Cameron Ward's taken his fair share of sacks for Wazzu, but the Cougars 3.4 times sacked per game is well off Shadeur Sanders and Colorado's last ranked 4.9. Ward also takes just 2.5 sacks per game at Home compared to Sanders 5.8 on the road. It's simple, at Home you can make clear line calls and set your protection up front where you would struggle to do that on the road.

The Cougars’ passing defense is also better than the Buffaloes. Colorado's defense is allowing 292 yards passing per game compared to Wazzu's 269.6. Neither of which are very good. The Cougars passing offense matches up very well against Colorado. 2-way CB/WR Travis Hunter is one of the better coverage guys in the country, but QB Cameron Ward spreads the ball around. You won't hinder this offense by taking away 1 guy. Their top 3 leading receivers have 723, 711, and 687 receiving yards. One of the most balanced rooms in the country. Much of the work is done schematically by OC Ben Arbuckle.

Both teams started the season much better and are coming off a couple of tough losses. Colorado put a target on their backs earlier this year and the pressures on them to win this game. Their egotistical behavior also ensures they get the best out of everyone they play against. With this game being played at local Prime Time on Friday night against Colorado, the Wazzu faithful will show out. If this was a noon game on Saturday, the home field advantage wouldn't be so great, but it will be tonight.

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