TOM STRYKER’S FREE BASKETBALL SELECTION FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3RD
#890 NEVADA (-10′) over Air Force at 11 PM EST
Storming the court off an impressive home win and cover over San Diego State, Nevada will make sure it takes care of business against visiting Air Force especially with a tough trip to The Pit on deck. The Falcons stumble into this MWC battle on four consecutive straight up losses and they don’t match up well at all in this contest.
A quick glance at the history in this series shows that the Wolf Pack have been in control lately notching a lucrative 16-2 SU and 12-6 ATS record in the last 18 meetings. Additionally, inside the Lawlor Events Center hitting the hardwood with confidence off a SU and ATS victory, head coach Steve Alford and his kids have been a real money-maker inking a phenomenal 84-46-3 ATS record. In this amazing run fighting a foe that holds a team won/loss percentage of .501 or better, Nevada improves to a stunning 57-23-2 ATS including an elite 42-11-2 ATS provided the Wolf Pack are laying -3 or more.
Clinging to a 6-34 SU and 18-21-1 ATS record, Air Force hasn’t exactly been the most reliable road team in college basketball. In this run battling an opponent that enters off a pointspread victory, the Falcons fall to a woeful 4-15 SU and 7-12 ATS. Also, when priced as a double-digit underdog and checking in off the comforts of a home game, AFA has been at its financial worst inking a filthy 0-16 SU and 3-12-1 ATS mark including an ugly 0-8 SU and 1-7 ATS provided its foe takes the floor off an ATS win.
Currently tied for second place in the MWC with the Aggies, the Wolf Pack need this victory in order to keep pace with the Broncos and Aztecs who rest at the top. Take Nevada. Thanks and best of luck, Tom.
DAN’S 32-9 ATS CBB CONFERENCE GAME OF THE YEAR
The TSPC got back on track last night with a monster winner on BYU from Trey and Danny takes over armed with one computer crusher that will deliver the mail. Major motivation backs this investment along with one elite 32-9 ATS angle. Grab Dan’s CBB Conference Game of the Year for $30.