Tom Stryker’s Free Basketball Play March 7th


#624 FAIRFIELD (-2′) over St. Peters at 7:30 PM EST
With plenty of confidence off a season-ending 10-point home win over Quinnipiac, Fairfield will stroll right into Atlantic City and smash Saint Peters. The Stags apply to a highly profitable 62-27 ATS conference tournament situation and this technical gem will be the key to this pointspread victory.

In a pair of meetings against the Peacocks this season, head coach Jay Young and his kids grabbed wins and covers cashing at home on December 3rd, 2022 by the final of 67-55 and on the road back on January 15th, 2023, by the score of 56-52. Equally impressive, since 2014, favorites in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Tournament hold a respectable 64-21 SU and 50-33-2 ATS mark including a money-making 52-15 SU and 42-23-2 ATS provided their opponent takes the floor with momentum off a straight up win. If our “play on” side arrives off a straight up win as well, this conference angle improves to a healthy 40-9 SU and 31-16-2 ATS. That bodes well for Fairfield.

Kudos to Saint Peters for knocking off Siena at home in their last regular season battle. However, backing a Peacocks bunch that holds a woeful 8-15 SU and ATS tally in their last 23 games isn’t going to happen anytime soon. In this situation storming the court with confidence off a straight up win, head coach Bashir Mason and his troops fall to a nasty 1-7 SU and ATS. Even worse, in the MAAC Tournament, underdogs rolling with same season double revenge hold a feeble 12-46 SU and 22-33-3 ATS tally provided they arrive off a straight up win. If our “play against” side holds a team won/loss percentage less than .500, this technical situation falls to a filthy 9-26-2 ATS.

After lighting up the scoreboard for 92 points in its last contest, the Stags will do the same here and advance with a solid showing over the struggling Peacocks. Take Fairfield. Thanks and best of luck, Tom.


The TSPC passed Monday’s short card and heads back to the window with a play from Trey that will get the job done. A strong 89-49 ATS postseason system supports this selection along with a phenomenal 22-3 ATS power angle. Grab Trey’s Private Players Conference Tournament Smash of the Month for $30.