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Free Play Friday

 

Weird slate today. Not too many interesting games to delve into. Just gonna post a few picks for the day, full analysis and break downs will be back tomorrow for the Saturday games.

Four picks for ya guys today. Remember, picks are for entertainment only. Do not break the law. Only place wagers if you are of age and gambling is legal in your jurisdiction.

Riding at +17.09 units this college basketball season. ($100 bettor would make $1,709)

Princeton -1.5

Princeton opened this game as a home underdog and the line has since shifted to make them a favorite at home. Sharp money pounded the Tigers at +1, but this is still a good play at -1.5, due to the relatively even match up they have with Harvard.

Mercer-Citadel u165

Sharp money pounded the over early in this game when it was first set. This has since raised the o/u to 165 and it looks like lots of money is hammering the under now. This line will continue to shift before game time so make sure you lock it in.

Marist-Niagara u165.5

This one is a simple fade the public pick. 80% of the tickets came in on the over when this line first opened up at 167.5. It has since dwindled to 165.5 and still 7% of the tickets remain on the over. More money has come in on the under since the change to 165.5 so that’s why I’m riding the under here.

St. Peters +1.5

Sharp money pounced on this game when St. Peters was listed at +2 and has continued to come in on St. Peters pushing their line down to +1. I had the line of +1.5 when writing this, but it has changed to +1 as of now. This is a favorable match up for St. Peters even on the road, as their opponent Quinnipiac, has struggled lately losing 5 of their last 6.

Good luck to all. #RideWithMac

 

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