TOM STRYKER’S FREE BASKETBALL SELECTION SATURDAY, MARCH 13TH
#608 ARKANSAS (-3′) over LSU at 3:30 PM EST
Riding high on a blistering 9-0 SU and 8-1 ATS run in their last nine games, the Razorbacks will have no trouble with the Tigers in Saturday’s SEC semifinal. LSU has quietly won and covered its last three against Vanderbilt, Missouri and Mississippi. However, this is not the spot you want to be wagering on the Bayou Bengals. Take a look.
When priced as a favorite of -3 or more, Arkansas has performed very well lately notching a strong 33-2 SU and 24-10-1 ATS record. In this role checking in off a conference game, the Razorbacks improve to a solid 16-1 SU and 14-3 ATS provided their opponent enters off a conference battle as well. Additionally, favorites priced at -3 or more in the SEC semifinals own a lucrative 32-10 SU and 26-14-2 ATS tally including a stunning 26-4 SU and 22-6-2 ATS mark if their opponent owns a team won/loss percentage less than .710.
There are a couple of angles that work against the Bayou Bengals. First, in the role of an underdog, LSU sports a weak 21-54 SU and 30-43-2 ATS mark in its last 75 lined games. In this setting checking in off a straight up win, the Tigers fall to a woeful 12-30 SU and 15-25-2 ATS. Also, as a pooch in the SEC Tournament, LSU carries a soft 6-21 SU and 11-15-1 ATS tally. If the Bayou Bengals are battling a No. 2 seed or higher, this team trend falls to a horrible 4-16 SU and 7-13 ATS.
Head coach Eric Musselman has the Razorbacks playing at an elite level right now and they’ll advance to the SEC Final with a solid win and cover over the Tigers. Take Arkansas. Thanks and best of luck, Tom.
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