Tom Stryker’s Free Basketball Play February 19th


#840 TEXAS TECH (-) over Kansas St at 9 PM EST
In a nasty mood off Saturday’s three-point loss at Oklahoma State, Texas Tech will show no mercy when Kansas State visits on Wednesday evening. The Red Raiders have a pair of road games at Iowa State and Oklahoma on deck and they need to go into those battles with confidence. Let’s take a glance inside the numbers.

According to the History Book, Tech has played well in this series lately posting a solid 6-2 SU (4-4 ATS) record in the last eight meetings. Equally impressive, at home, the Red Raiders have been an absolute force holding a reliable 76-10 SU and 36-28-2 ATS record in their last 86 games. In this role battling an opponent that arrives with four or more days of rest, Texas Tech carries a strong 36-5 SU and 20-10-1 ATS mark including a powerful 18-1 SU and 8-3 ATS in this spot provided its opponent arrives off a straight up loss. Also, since January 6th, 2018, Big 12 hosts that take the court off a SU and ATS loss own a money-making 29-6 SU and 24-9-2 ATS record provided they are battling a conference foe that arrives off a SU and ATS loss. If our “play on” home team is facing an opponent that arrives with four or more days of rest, this situation jets to a solid 17-3 SU and 16-4 ATS.

In case you haven’t been paying attention, Kansas State has really been struggling this year. In fact, since November 25th, the Wildcats have been quite tame notching a weak 5-16 SU and 6-13 ATS mark including 3-8 SU and 1-8 ATS in this set if they are fighting a foe that arrives off a straight up loss. Even worse, as a conference guest running with four or more days of rest, KSU owns a miserable 23-40-3 ATS tally provided its opponent takes the court off a pointspread loss. This team trend is actually on a horrible 4-25 SU and 6-22-1 ATS run including a pitiful 2-19 SU and 3-17-1 ATS provided the Wildcats are facing a foe that was on the road last.

The Red Raiders have been lights out inside the friendly confines of United Supermarkets Arena and they’ll have no trouble extending the margin against this struggling Purple Cats bunch. Take Texas Tech. Thanks and best of luck, Tom.

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