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Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-B  |  Nov 18, 2017
Princeton vs St. Joe's
+2½ +100 at betonline
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10* Princeton (7:00 ET): The Ivy League contingent has opened a disappointing 0-2 SU/ATS, having faced both Butler and BYU. They were favored over the latter, at home, Wednesday night but shot only 37.7% from the floor and scored 56 points. That was a major disappointing considering how well they shot (55.6%) against Butler (road game) in the opener. I'll call for something close to that here as Princeton faces a St. Joe's squad, which has given up an average of 90 points through its first two games. The Hawks would be 0-2 themselves if not for an overtime win at UIC Monday. They trailed by as many as 11 late in the second half there. That was after giving up 98 in regulation at Toledo in the season opener. Though less rested and on the road, I like the underdog here.

This game will come down to how well Princeton can shoot the ball. Considering they shot at a 55.6% clip already this year, we know what they're capable of doing. They even shot 60% from three-point range in that first game. The issue there was they fell behind early (trailed by 10 at half) and were dominated on the boards by Butler (outrebounded 31-18). I do not expect either situation to present itself again tonight. Against BYU, the Tigers actually enjoyed a 36-23 edge on the boards, but in a cruel twist of fate could not make baskets. It was a two-point game w/ just three minutes to go, but Princeton could get no closer.

As I stated earlier, St. Joe's should feel pretty fortunate that they too are not entering this contest at 0-2 SU. Trailing UIC by double digits is not a "good look," even if the Hawks were slight underdogs on the road. Nor was getting blitzed by Toledo a good look either. St. Joe's fell behind in that game, 18-4, and trailed the whole way. They also allowed the Rockets to make 14 of 25 from three-point range! Considering Princeton has shot at a 47.1% clip from behind the arc these first two games, look for that to be an effective option tonight. Take the points. 10* Princeton

Matchup Selection W/L
NHL  |  Nov 18, 2017
Islanders vs Lightning
-175 at 5Dimes
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6* Tampa Bay (7:05 ET): Few teams have "broken away from the pack" in the early going of this NHL season, but the Lightning definitely qualify as an exception to that rule. They currently lead the Atlantic w/ 32 points (league high) after winning five straight (8-1-1 L10). Tonight they find themselves matched up w/ an Islanders club that has started to build some "momentum" (there's that dreaded word again!) w/ B2B wins. But just as they were in all three meetings last season (outscored 14-2!), the Isles look to be severely outclassed here. Tampa Bay has suffered only two regulation losses all year and is a big favorite tonight on home ice, for good reason.

The Lightning rank #1 in the league in goals scored (4.0 per game) and #2 in goals allowed (2.4). I'd say that certainly qualifies them to be called the best team in the league right now. Their +30 goal differential is double that of the next best team in the league and 3x as great as all but two teams! They are coming off a dominant 6-1 win over Dallas Thursday night, right here at Amalie Arena. It was the ninth time already this season that they scored five or more goals and the third they scored at least six. The fact this team has 32 points through 19 games is considered "historically great" and they are 9-2 this season after scoring four or more goals the previous game.

There are two primary reasons not to like the visitors in this matchup. One is that their strength (goal scoring) is not as strong as the opponent. New York does rank third in the league in goals per game, but attempting to win a shootout against Tampa Bay is not wise. A wide-open type of game, which is what we are likely to see here, greatly favors the Lightning. Also, the Islanders are experiencing a rather dramatic home vs. road split this season. They are 6-0-2 SU in Brooklyn, but only 4-6 SU on the road. Also, as you may have guessed, the Lightning have a substantial edge between the pipes in this matchup. The Isles only rank 22nd in goals allowed and netminder Thomas Greiss has a pretty ugly .898 save percentage on the road. Likely starting in goal for the Lightning is Andrei Vasilevskiy and he's the primary reason the team ranks #2 in goals allowed w/ a .932 save percentage. 6* Tampa Bay

Matchup Selection W/L
NBA  |  Nov 18, 2017
Celtics vs Hawks
-6½ -107 at 5Dimes
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8* Boston (7:35 ET): A road favorite, tempting as they may be, that's this hot is typically something I might shy away from. But I'll make an exception here as the Celtics, who have won 13 straight (while going 12-1 ATS!), play the lowly Hawks. Not only did Atlanta hand Boston it's lone ATS defeat during the 13-game SU win streak, but they are also coming off a rather shocking 46-point victory (franchise record!). It was only their third SU win of the entire season and to put it in perspective, they did play the Kings. Meanwhile, just to show where Boston is at right now, they were able to beat the Warriors on Thursday despite shooting less than 40% from the floor. This is a massive drop in class for them, as they go from facing the best team in the league to one of its worst. It's just the opposite for the Hawks. Lay the points. 

Atlanta was actually off a win the last time they faced Boston, albeit of a much different variety. They had just stunned Cleveland the day before, 117-115, as 11-point road dogs. Here, they've had some time off (two days) since pulling off the most lopsided win in franchise history. Just to show how much different the market now views Boston, they were only 7.5-pt favorites at HOME for the first meeting w/ the Hawks. While there were 24 lead changes in the game, note the Celtics did lead by as many as 10 in the 4Q. Note the Hawks shot 50% from three-point range in that game, something I seriously doubt they'll repeat tonight. After all, Boston is the #1 team in the league in terms of defensive efficiency and holds opponents to only 42.8% shooting overall. They just held the WARRIORS to 88 points on 40% shooting. 

The fact that Boston won Thursday night, despite shooting only 32.9% from the field (7 of 32 from 3-pt range!) is remarkable. It also reinforces that they are the best defensive team in the league right now. It's become cliche to say, but what a remarkable coaching job Brad Stevens is doing here. Yes, you can point to the massive edge the Celtics enjoyed in FT's as a reason for them beating Golden State. But no such edge will need to be present to beat this lowly opponent. Over the L3 seasons, Atlanta is just 5-15 ATS when facing an opponent that is giving up less than 98 points per game. Boston gives up 94.1 PPG. This is a much bigger mismatch than the oddsmakers are accounting for. 8* Boston

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-F  |  Nov 18, 2017
-16 -110 at 5Dimes
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10* USC (8:00 ET): They say to "throw away" the records in a rivalry game, but in this game, the respective records actually understate the advantage one team has over the other. USC comes in a 9-2 SU, having not had a bye week all season. While they were blown out by Notre Dame last month, their only other loss came on a Friday night at Wazzu, a game in which they lost THREE different offensive lineman to injury. The Trojans had been a disappointment at the betting window much of the year, but not lately as they come into the final riding a 3-game ATS win streak. (I had them LW vs. Colorado). UCLA is 5-5 SU, needing a win for bowl eligibility, but despite having QB Josh Rosen, they're simply overmatched in this spot. The Bruins' previous efforts on the road have been nothing short of disastrous and Saturday night will be no different. 

You are almost certainly aware of the QB battle in this game as USC's Sam Darnold and UCLA's Josh Rosen came into this season as perhaps the two most highly touted pro prospects at their position. Rosen's resume has taken a slight hit due to injury and his team's ineptitude, but like Darnold, better days lay ahead. (An interesting sidenote: the respective fathers were once a doctor (Rosen) and janitor (Darnold) at the same hospital). Darnold has certainly had the better year statistically and has the better supporting cast to lean on. Especially when he hands the ball off to RB Ronald Jones II (552 yards L3 games), who should "slice and dice" a UCLA rush defense which ranks DEAD LAST in the country (302.3 YPG allowed!).

Both offenses are averaging slightly more than 35 PPG, but the key here lies on the defensive end where USC is allowing roughly 12 PPG fewer and that the game takes place at the Coliseum. I already talked about how Darnold and Jones should have their way w/ this UCLA defense, but let's come back to that. The Bruins have been nothing short of abhorrent in road games this year, going 0-5 SU, allowing 49 points and 533 yards per game. Yes, Rosen has missed time. But that's still no excuse for these hideous performances. Last week, they were very lucky to "only" give up 37 points at home to Arizona State, who had jumped out to a 14-0 lead before settling for too many field goals in the second half. USC has not lost a home game this season, outscoring their visitors by 13.6 points per over the six games. The Trojans have beaten the Bruins by 19 and 22 points each of the L2 years (had lost 5 in a row previous to that) and mark my words - this team is going to win the Pac 12. 10* USC

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-F  |  Nov 18, 2017
Oklahoma vs Kansas
-35 -110 at 5Dimes
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8* Oklahoma (3:30 ET): I fashion myself as a bit of a 'contrarian,' which many times leads me to take "unpopular" sides, most of them being underdogs. But here, my view is most are going to call for #4 Oklahoma to be in letdown mode following its impressive 38-20 win over TCU last week. Trust me, if anyone knows just how well the OU played Saturday night, it's me as I chose to lay the points with them and came away even more impressed w/ Lincoln Riley's outfit. All the Sooners have to do now is win out, which would include the return of the Big 12 Championship Game. I understand why many would consider this a letdown spot and it's a lot of points to lay. But sometimes you just have to look at the two teams and realize one is vastly superior than the other in every conceivable way. Thus, I'll lay the big number. 

How can a team possibly be asked to lay this many points on the conference road? Well, let's start w/ the opponent. Kansas, as I'm sure you know, is atrocious. Really, that's putting things pretty kindly as the Jayhawks have lost nine in a row since beating FCS school SE Missouri State in the season opener. This is not their first time getting 30 or more points in Big 12 play. Earlier in the year, they were +37 at TCU and lost 43-0. Last week, they were +31.5 at Texas and did manage to cover, losing only 42-27 in a game where the total yardage discrepancy was actually not sizable (371-364). But note that Kansas did score a meaningless late TD w/ only 11 seconds remaining, which capped an 80-yard drive. Prior to that, they had only 264 total yards of offense. They also trailed 28-7 after the first quarter. In conference play, the Jayhawks are already being outscored by an even 31.0 PPG. Now they play the best that the Big XII has to offer. 

Oklahoma has actually covered four of the previous six times it has been favored by 31 or more points. One of those came LY, hosting Kansas as 40-pt chalk, and they won 56-3. A year later and I'm not sure why anyone would expect anything different. The Sooners' defense hasn't always been great this season, but the offense can probably name its point total. QB Baker Mayfield is going to win the Heisman (book it!) and could use this game for some additional "highlight material." Consider that the Kansas offense has been shut out twice in Big 12 play (by Iowa State and TCU) and held to only nine points by Baylor (yikes). 8* Oklahoma

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-F  |  Nov 18, 2017
Kentucky vs Georgia
UNDER 51 -115 Lost
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8* Under Kentucky/Georgia (3:30 ET): This is an absolutely terrible spot for UGA to be laying this many points as they come in off a humiliating loss LW to Auburn, 40-10, as a defense which ranked among the best in the country was torched for almost 500 total yards. That loss sent the Bulldogs tumbling down from their #1 ranking in the CFP to #7. Now they find themselves in the unenviable spot of "biding their time" between now and the SEC Champ Game (will play either Alabama or Auburn) while hoping just to skirt by the next two opponents. Normally, I would consider a play plus the points here, but I don't have that much respect for a Kentucky squad that is nowhere near as good as its 7-3 SU record might indicate. Therefore, to the total we go and I'm thinking Under.

The SEC is having itself a down year. There are five Top 25 teams in the league, four of them in the West. Kentucky has been one of the real beneficiaries of the "down year" as they've avoided virtually all of the big names from the West (save for Miss St, who clobbered them 45-7). Strangely, despite the better than expected straight up record, the 'Cats are only 3-7 at the betting window. They did cover LW in an impressive 44-21 win over Vanderbilt (as 2.5-pt road dogs), but as we saw in the trip to Starkville, I'd expect a pretty substantial decline in offensive production here. Mississippi State held them to only 260 total yds in that game and let's also note UK was held to only 228 total yds by Eastern Michigan and 254 total yards by Southern Miss. 

Georgia's defense should be supremely motivated after what happened last week. Despite the shellacking LW, the Bulldogs still do rank #2 in the land in def efficiency, which should tell you how well they'd performed prior to the one loss. In fact, it was just the second time all season that they'd allowed more than 19 pts in a game! They are giving up averages of only 14.5 points and 277 yards per game for the season. So a Kentucky offense which has played on a natural surface only twice all year and averaged just 15.0 PPG in those contests, should be held in relative check here. The only thing holding UGA back is the offense, which can run the ball effectively, but is still being led by a relatively inexperienced signal-caller. The gameplan was very conservative last week and it cost them. Kirby Smart knows he can get away w/ being conservative again this week though. QB Jacob Fromm completed less than 50% of his passes LW and for just 184 total yards. 8* Under Kentucky/Georgia

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-F  |  Nov 18, 2017
Minnesota vs Northwestern
+7½ -110 at Bovada
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8* Minnesota (12:00 ET): Northwestern actually finds itself among the Top 25 in the latest installment of the CFP rankings, but to me, it's a "token gesture" by the committee for the Wildcats winning five straight games. Upon closer inspection, that ranking simply does not hold up as the win streak includes three overtime wins. One of them, against Michigan State, is the most "quality of the bunch but then again we saw just how overrated Sparty was last week (told you!). Against Wisconsin and Penn State, the Wildcats were outscored 64-31. Then there was that early season 41-17 loss to Duke, which keeps getting uglier w/ each passing week. I'm not saying that Minnesota is the best opponent N'western will have faced over the month, but they're going to be a very motivated team Saturday in Evanston simply based on the fact they need one more win to become bowl eligible. Take the points here. 

Minnesota hosts Wisconsin next week, so if they want to get bowl eligible, this week is probably their best chance to do it. I was impressed by the way the Gophers came out last week and destroyed Nebraska 54-21, rolling up 500+ total yds of offense in the process. It was their most points scored in any Big 10 game since 2006, so perhaps PJ Fleck's offense is starting "to take." After a 3-0 SU start, the Big 10 portion of the schedule has not really gone as well as HC Fleck would have hoped in his 1st season here (2-5 SU), but making a bowl is still a milestone worth achieving. The Gophers have basically had the opposite luck of N'western when it comes to close games this year, at least in conference play, as three of their five losses have come by a TD or less. Believe it or not, but for the year, Minnesota has a better scoring differential compared to Northwestern!

Despite being 5-2 SU in Big 10 play, N'western is only outscoring foes by two points per game while outgaining them by just three yards per game! Certainly, Pat Fitzgerald's team will remember what happened in this game last year as they were stomped 29-12 up in Minneapolis. However, this is simply NOT a team I'd want to choose as a favorite. Consider that it's been more than three seasons since they've been favored by 7.5 to 10 pts in Big 10 play and they lost that game outright (to Illinois) w/ bowl eligibility on the line (reg season finale in '14). Minnesota has a strong pass defense (183.9 YPG allowed), which is 3rd best in the Big 10, and that should be enough to at least keep them in this one until the very end. 8* Minnesota


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