Hey, so I’m Oh Diggity and moving forward I’ll be handing out some information regarding a phenomena around the sporting world that always seems to be relevant when it comes to BIG GAMES… What is this art I speak? SPORTS BETTING.
Hopefully my insider scoop may potentially help y’all win a bit of extra cash in the next few weeks, and I’ll keep my track record posted – you know, hold MYSELF accountable – so maybe I will be considered a reliable source in this industry of sports gambling.
Louisville vs. Syracuse
Spread: -3 Louisville
Moneyline: (-155 L’ville, +135 Cuse)
YUUUUUUUUUUGE matchup for the Orange tonight at the Carrier Dome. Even with snow currently dumping down on the city of Syracuse, I’m not too sure this will slow down the fans pouring into the Carrier Dome. When the lights have been brightest this year, Syracuse has shined in the dome. It’s a must win for Cuse and Jimmy B, so I expect the 2-3 zone to perform.
Predictions: The Over is the lock. 141 is going to be crushed with the high octane scoring abilities of both teams. Other than that being a lock, this prime-time game is a toss up. I expect a close game but I think Louisville is too strong for Cuse to keep up with. I like Louisville ML and Cuse +3. (tease the Over and Cuse +3 if your being extra cautious)
Kansas vs. West Virginia
Spread: -5.5 Kansas
Moneyline: (-225 Kansas, +195 Cuse)
Gotta love catching Bobby Huggins in a late night bout with Bill Self on ESPN. The Mountaineers are searching for their first win at the Allen Field House since joining the Big 12. Kansas has been a little shaky as of late with Frank Mason suffering from an undisclosed illness. He came out very weak against a Texas Tech team that gave Kansas a run for their money. I expect a bounce back game from the stud senior while Josh Jackson will continue to light it up in his quest for that lottery pick.
Predictions: The lock is WVU +5.5. Expect the Mountaineers to come out hot and keep the pressure on Kansas all night. I expect the under to hit as long as the game does not go into overtime (which would just be some bullshit to gamblers everywhere). I think Kansas pulls out a close one the Final being 74-69.