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Scott Spreitzer rocked the Sweet 16 led by his TAPOUT GAME OF THE YEAR win with Louisville. Now grab Scott's ELITE 8 KNOCKOUT GAME OF THE YEAR backed by spots on a 22-8 run!

Scott Spreitzer rocked the Sweet 16 led by his Tapout Game of the Year win with Louisville. Now grab Scott's BIG DANCE ELITE-8 KNOCKOUT GAME OF THE YEAR on Saturday. Scott's side is backed by combined spots on a 22-8 winning run. Make the move, grab the KO then bust the books on Saturday!

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Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-B  |  Mar 27, 2015
Michigan State vs. Oklahoma
Michigan State
Play Type: Free

I'm laying the points with Michigan State on Friday.  Tom Izzo once again has his team peaking at the right time as Michigan State has won six of its last seven games, including an upset win against Virginia on Sunday.  The Spartans held the Cavaliers to just 29 percent from the floor while Travis Trice led MSU with 23 points.  Oklahoma is only 2-8 ATS its last 10 games and is one of only two teams out of seven remaining from the overrated Big 12 conference.  The teams have similar defensive stats but the Spartans, nailing 47 percent of their shots, are a better shooting team.  And if you blindly played on Michigan State with Tom Izzo as coach in the month of March, you have amassed nearly 15 units of profit.  His team has allowed just 63 ppg in 122 March tilts.  I'm recommending a play on Michigan State minus the points.  Thanks & GL!  Scott Spreitzer.

Scott Spreitzer's BIG DANCE TAPOUT GAME OF THE YEAR goes Friday...a strong spot with blowout potential. Scott's on a 76-52 Tapout run, including his most recent, a win with Xavier. Grab the biggest play of the Dance and extend the run to 77-52!

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-B  |  Mar 27, 2015
UCLA vs. Gonzaga
  at  BOVADA
Play Type: Premium

I'm taking the points with UCLA on Friday. Steve Alford has done an amazing job turning his team around after a horrendous start that included a seven-point half against Kentucky. UCLA was not a good road team most of the season but the Bruins' confidence is sky high after a lucky win against SMU before winning and covering against UAB, one of the best coaching jobs of the tourney. The Bruins have won six of their last seven games and are on a current 11-3 ATS run. They also get the chance to avenge an 87-74 loss to Gonzaga in December when the Bulldogs shot nearly 59 percent from the field. UCLA has shot 51 percent its last five games which it needs to do to keep up with the Zags. The Bruins have five players averaging double figures, so they own the offensive weaponry to make the Zags play defense. Gonzaga is just 3-7-1 ATS against the Pac-12 and I believe they'll fail to cover the big number in this one. UCLA enters on a 13-3 ATS run against teams playing winning basketball and they're on a perfect 7-0, 100 percent winning run against teams that make at least 45 percent of their shots. And finally, the Bruins are on a 6-0 ATS run in revenge of a loss where the opposing team scored at least 75 points (13-0 combined spots). I'm grabbing the big points with UCLA on Friday night, my Slam Dunk Shocker. Thanks & GL! Scott Spreitzer.

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-B  |  Mar 27, 2015
NC State vs. Louisville
  at  BOVADA
Play Type: Top Premium

I'm laying the points with Louisville on Friday. Rick Pitino showed why it's difficult to go against him in the NCAA tournament as Louisville beat a very good Northern Iowa team by 13 points on Sunday. Terry Rozier scored 25 points and Montrezl Harrell had two big dunks to put the game away. It took awhile, but the Cardinals appear to have come together after losing starting point guard Chris Jones in February; in fact, they look as though the chemistry has improved with Jones off the team. Rozier leads the team with 17.2 points per game followed by Harrell who averages 15.4 with a 56 percent field goal percentage. Trevor Lacey scored 17 points as N.C. State held Villanova to just 31 percent from the floor on Saturday, but that will be difficult to duplicate. We weren't too high on Villanova this season and expressed on our show on ESPN radio that the Wildcats should not have been a #1 seed. Louisville lost at home to the Wolfpack in February and Pitino in revenge in this tournament is too much to ignore. And again, the clincher - the Cardinals have bonded together even stronger since Jones was dismissed from the team. I'm laying the points with Louisville, my Tapout GOY. Thanks & GL! Scott Spreitzer.

Scott Spreitzer is now in his 18th year of handicapping and can currently be seen nationally on the Proline TV show, which airs on football weekends at 7 am ET on the USA cable network. Scott is the ONLY handicapper to advance to 3 straight finals in the Sunset Station Casino Invitational in Las Vegas. In fact, he's the all-time Sunset Station Casino Invitational's WIN CHAMPION! And what's most impressive about Scott's record is that it was compiled with a high volume of selections. Scott released over 500 NFL & college football plays in 5 seasons, and finished with an awesome 59% ATS winning mark, as documented by the Sunset Station Casino and the Las Vegas betting public. Besides being a champion handicapper, Scott co-hosted the legendary Stardust Line radio show for six years and was the weekly football analyst on the Pete Rose radio show. Scott has also hosted the ESportsDaily radio show, which aired in over 60 U.S. cities. Currently, Scott is the featured handicapper for numerous radio broadcasts around the country, and has interviewed a bevy of sports figures past & present.