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YESTERDAY'S PLAYS
Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-B  |  Jan 24, 2015
Auburn vs. Alabama
Alabama
-11½-105
  at  BMAKER
Lost
$105.0
Play Type: Free

Off three consecutive straight up losses to South Carolina, Kentucky and Arkansas, Alabama will go for the jugular when its biggest rival Auburn comes to town.

With a home game against Florida up next followed by a trip to Kentucky, there is no way the Crimson Tide can overlook this battle. Alabama already owns a sub .500 record in the conference (2-3 SU) and head coach Anthony Grant's boys need this victory in the worst way. Thankfully, UA has absolutely dominated AU in Tuscaloosa posting a tremendous 46-8 SU record. Also, at home taking the court off two or more straight up losses, the Elephants have been a solid investment notching a strong 40-8 SU and 25-13-2 ATS mark.

Led by first-year head coach Bruce Pearl, Auburn brings a mediocre 10-8 SU record to Coleman Coliseum on Saturday night. The road has given the War Eagle fits lately too. As a guest, AU owns a dismal 2-21 SU and 9-14 ATS record in its last 23 tries including a woeful 1-10 SU and 2-9 ATS in this set checking in off a straight up loss. Even worse, when facing a foe that hits the floor off two or more straight up losses, the Tigers own a weak 44-67-2 ATS mark including a miserable 0-23 SU and 8-14-1 ATS in this set priced as a pup of +6 or more.

Coach Grant's kids are solid on the defensive end of the floor and they hit their free-throws. Those are two very important things to have especially when you're laying double-digits. Put me down on the Crimson Tide in this huge rivalry game. Take Alabama. Thank you and best of luck, Tom Stryker.

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-B  |  Jan 24, 2015
Memphis vs. Tulane
Memphis
-4-110
  at  BETONLINE
Lost
$110.0
Play Type: Premium

This is one revenge game that will work like a charm. After ripping off 22 consecutive straight up wins in this series, Memphis (-12) got rocked by Tulane at home earlier this year by the final of 74-66. Off Wednesday's 18-point straight up loss at Tulsa, the Tigers are in a bad mood and they're looking for a little payback.

You already know about the strong history in this series. Memphis has flat out dominated Tulane. Feel free to add this to the mix. When coming off a straight up loss, the Tigers have posted an incredible 52-5 SU record in their last 57 games. Equally impressive, when playing with same-season single revenge, head coach Josh Pastner's men hold a reliable 20-8 SU and 20-7-1 ATS record including a nearly perfect 11-1 SU and ATS in this spot priced between -12.5 and +3.

Tulane enters this American Athletic Conference war struggling a bit with a 2-3 SU and 1-4 ATS record in its last five games. The Green Wave (+8') got absolutely crushed in the Smoothie King Center by the SMU Mustangs on Wednesday evening falling by the final of 66-52. Home dog roles haven't been kind to TU either. In fact, when shagging points in New Orleans, the Green Wave have assembled a weak 18-69 SU and 31-55-1 ATS record including a woeful 7-29-1 ATS in this set holding a won/loss percentage of .455 or better.

You have to go back to the 1982-83 season (32 years ago) to find the last time that Tulane has won both games in the regular season against the Tigers. Off that embarrassing blemish to the Golden Hurricane and locked into a payback mode, Coach Pastner's boys will get it done. Take Memphis. Thank you and best of luck, Tom Stryker.

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-B  |  Jan 24, 2015
LSU vs. Vanderbilt
Vanderbilt
-1-111
  at  BMAKER
Lost
$111.0
Play Type: Premium

Off Wednesday's stunning 18-point road win at Florida, LSU will get a quick dose of reality when it visits Vanderbilt on Saturday evening. The Commodores have quietly dropped four straight in SEC play and they need this victory badly.

The numbers surrounding this conference battle work against the Bayou Bengals too. According to my notes, LSU holds a dismal 39-62-2 ATS mark when taking on an opponent that enters without momentum off two or more straight up losses. In this role priced as an underdog of +1.5 or more and matched up against an SEC foe, the Tigers slip to a stiff 11-28-1 ATS. Also, on a foreign court lined up against an opponent that holds a won/loss percentage of .600 or better, LSU holds a woeful 4-32 SU and 14-22 ATS mark including a pathetic 1-14 SU and 4-11 ATS in this set battling a foe that scoots in off a straight up loss.

Considering Vanderbilt has dropped four straight and lost its last three in this series against LSU, the 'Dores will take the hardwood with a chip on their shoulder. At home arriving off two or more straight up losses, Vandy has been a solid Best Bet in the past posting a decent 39-26-3 ATS record. In this role battling with revenge and fortunate enough to face a foe that enters off a straight up win, the Commodores improve to a stunning 17-3 ATS. Also, in Nashville taking on an opponent that arrives off a double-digit straight up victory, Vanderbilt owns a sensational 76-40-1 ATS record including a tremendous 49-19 ATS if its opponent holds a won/loss percentage less than .790.

The 'Dores run a slow methodical offense that seeks out the best shot possible. The Tigers had all kinds of problems at home when Texas A&M brought in a similar low-octane attack. The Bayou Bengals (-5) lost outright 67-64. Off the four blemishes and in the comforts of Memorial Gym, the Commodores will finally get back on track with a victory. Take Vanderbilt.

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-B  |  Jan 24, 2015
Florida vs. Ole Miss
Florida
+2-108
  at  BMAKER
Won
$100
Play Type: Top Premium

Sporting a mediocre 10-8 SU record and off back-to-back straight up losses to Georgia and LSU, its gut-check time for the University of Florida. If the Gators still plan on earning an at-large bid to the Big Dance in March, they need to pick up the pace in a hurry.

After ripping off 24 consecutive straight up SEC wins, the Gators have hit a bump in the road and dropped their last two in conference play to the Bulldogs and Tigers. Rest assured, head coach Billy Donovan's kids will bounce back quickly. As a guest hitting the floor off two or more straight up losses, UF holds an impressive 15-6-1 ATS mark. As a road underdog, the Gators remain one of the best notching a strong 77-46-5 ATS record including a jaw-dropping 52-20-3 ATS in this set hitting the floor with four days of rest or more. With those two parameters working and Florida holding a won/loss percentage less than .835, this team trend explodes to a sweet 44-13-1 ATS.

This isn't the greatest technical spot for Ole Miss either. When facing a foe that hits the court off two or more straight up losses, the Rebels have lost their punch posting a soft 21-45 ATS record. In this role taking on an opponent that battled a conference foe last, Mississippi slips to a woeful 14-37 ATS including a shocking 1-13 ATS in this set if its opponent fell by 15 points or more last. Finally, at home in this series, the Rebels have hit rock bottom posting a dismal 3-10 SU and ATS mark in the last 13 meetings.

The Gators have won 20 or more games in 16 straight seasons. With only 13 regular season contests left on the schedule including two against Kentucky, it will be imperative for Coach Donovan's boys to win games like these to have any shot at all at picking up 20 wins this season. Matched up against an Ole Miss defense that has allowed an average of 67.1 points and 6.3 3-point field-goals per game, UF's low-octane offense (avg only 67.3 ppg) will finally wake up and be the difference in this contest. Take Florida. Thank you and best of luck, Tom Stryker.

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-B  |  Jan 24, 2015
Michigan State vs. Nebraska
Michigan State
-2½-106
  at  PINNACLE
Lost
$106.0
Play Type: Premium

You can bet your last buck that this date was circled on MSU's calendar for quite some time. Last year, the Spartans (-14) hosted the Cornhuskers and got upset 60-51. Head coach Tom Izzo will be quick to remind the Green & White of that beating and State's physical toughness won't be an issue here. Let's take a look inside the numbers.

As a Big 10 guest coming off a conference home game, Sparty has been a sound investment notching a strong 80-49-1 ATS record. In this role taking on an opponent that battled in the comforts of home last, State jets to a profitable 32-16 ATS including a tremendous 25-7 ATS in this set provided Coach Izzo's boys own a won/loss percentage less than .814. In addition, the Spartans are tops in the league as a conference guest posting a solid 34-22 SU and 33-22-1 ATS record in their last 56 games. Provided MSU is running against a foe that hits the hardwood off four days of rest or more, this situation jets to a reliable 19-7 ATS.

Nebraska has historically played well in Lincoln. Unfortunately, this is one of those rare spots at home where the Cornhuskers have struggled. Inside Pinnacle Bank Arena coming off a SU and ATS home win, the Big Red is a soft 13-25 ATS. In this setting priced as an underdog, Nebish falls to a disturbing 1-9 SU and ATS (0-9 SU and ATS if they are shagging +3 or more). Also, as an underdog checking in off an ATS win, the Big Red are a dismal 16-45 SU and 23-36-2 ATS provided their opponent arrives off an ATS loss.

Defensively, both of these teams are solid. MSU is allowing 61.8 points per game and NU is surrendering an average of 60.6 points per game. Where the Spartans and Cornhuskers differ is on the offensive side of the court. Sparty is averaging a whopping 70.0 points per game in conference play while Nebish has put up an average of only 58.2 points per game against Big 10 foes.

With Wisconsin, Indiana, Maryland and Michigan ahead of Coach Izzo's boys in the Big 10 standings, MSU needs to make a run to keep its conference title hopes alive. In a revenge mode, the Green & White will get it done. Take Michigan State.

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-B  |  Jan 24, 2015
DePaul vs. Xavier
Xavier
-12-105
  at  5DIMES
Won
$100
Play Type: Premium

Off back-to-back straight up underdog wins over St. John's and Seton Hall and seven consecutive pointspread victories, DePaul will finally meet its match on Saturday. Xavier enters this Big East contest off a surprising three-point SU and ATS road loss at Providence and the Musketeers will be juiced for this conference battle.

In case you forgot, XU (-10') visited DePaul back on January 3rd and left the Windy City with a 71-68 loss in its pocket. That blemish works in our favor here. As per the Team Stryker database, the Musketeers own an impressive 114-42 SU and 91-58-5 ATS record when taking the court with revenge of any kind. At home in this role checking in off a road game, Xavier tightens up to a spectacular 31-2 SU and 24-8-1 ATS. In addition to that strong technical situation, the Musketeers own a profitable 100-64-5 ATS mark when hosting greater than .500 opponents including a juicy 47-20-1 ATS if they're favored by -8.5 or more.

Upset wins over the Red Storm and Pirates will make this an extremely difficult contest for visiting DePaul. According to my notes, the Blue Demons are a dismal 5-43 SU and 15-31 ATS on a foreign court when facing a greater than .600 foe that arrives off a straight up loss. In this role checking in off a straight up win, DePaul holds a shocking 1-21 SU and 5-16 ATS mark (0-10 SU and 1-9 ATS if that straight up victory came on the road too).

With losses in four of their last six games (all four on the road) and with a pair of games at Georgetown and Seton Hall on deck next week, the Musketeers need this victory like blood. In a same-season revenge mode and on a court that has been extremely kind over the years, head coach Chris Mack's boys will get the job done. Take Xavier. Thank you and best of luck, Tom Stryker.

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Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-B  |  Jan 25, 2015
Arizona State vs. Stanford
Stanford
-6½-106
  
Won
$100
Play Type: Top Premium

Off Thursday's seven-point home loss to No. 7 Arizona and with a pair of road games at Washington and Washington State on deck next week, Stanford will approach this game against Arizona State with a sense of urgency. The Sun Devils enter this Pac-12 battle off a pair of SU and ATS wins over Colorado and California and they are ripe for a beating.

Inside the Maples Pavilion when entering off a straight up loss, the Tree has been tough to beat. According to the Team Stryker database, Stanford holds a respectable 73-16 SU and 48-35-4 ATS in its own backyard checking in off a blemish including a blistering 33-10 SU and 25-15-1 ATS in this set facing a foe that played on a foreign court last. At home in this series against the Sun Devils, the Cardinal sports a decent 15-4 SU and 12-6-1 ATS record in the last 19 meetings including a golden 7-0 SU and 6-0-1 ATS provided ASU holds a won/loss percentage less than .535.

This is a tough spot for head coach Herb Sendek's kids too. On the road battling an opponent that takes the court off a straight up loss, Arizona State owns a dismal 5-16 SU and 6-15 ATS record. In this role coming off a road game, the Sun Devils hit rock bottom notching an ugly 0-11 SU and 1-10 ATS mark. Overall, ASU holds a woeful 12-24 SU and 13-22-1 ATS record as a guest checking in off a straight up road win including a disturbing 1-20 SU and 3-17-1 ATS in this set priced as a pup of +3 or more.

Coming off its second-largest conference road victory in 12 years (a 79-44 win at Cal), Arizona State is going to be in a heap of trouble at the Farm. The Cardinal has three of the conference's leading scorers in Chasson Randle, Anthony Borwn and Stefan Nastic and they've got their backs to the wall off the home loss to the Wildcats and a Washington trip up next. Take Stanford. Thank you and best of luck, Tom Stryker.

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A professional handicapper at Team Stryker Sports since 1984, Tom Stryker offers you 25 years of experience. Tom is known for his strong work ethic and his commitment to delivering the best analysis available. With regards to style, Stryker likes to use the perfect blend of two decades of experience as well as emotional, statistical, and technical support to back up his selections. Back in the early 90's, Tom helped assemble one of the most powerful football and basketball databases in the nation. This incredible piece of software holds over 100 profitable situations with ATS records topping 90 percent. Located in the Midwest just a few miles from the University of Notre Dame, Stryker is tuned into the Irish as well as the Big Ten and MAC Conferences. College Football, Major League Baseball as well as the NBA and NFL playoffs are considered his strengths. But keep in mind a profitable run can happen at any time in any sport when Stryker gets into one of his capping zones. In 2000, Tom reached the ultimate peak when he bested over 100 other professional handicappers, and finished the season ranked No. 1 in college football (28-13 for 68.3% record) as monitored by the Sports Monitor of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. In 2001, Tom incredibly repeated that feat by finishing No. 1 in college football with a solid 24-15 for 61.5% mark! To date, Stryker is the only handicapper to win back-to-back college football handicapping titles as documented by the Sports Monitor. Since going pro, Tom has recorded numerous other Top 10 finishes. Tom is also the editor and publisher of the Pre-Game Report - one of the best football newsletters in the industry! Vince Lombardi, one of the greatest football coaches ever, once said, �The harder you work, the harder it is to surrender.� When you do business with Tom Stryker you can expect three things: experience, professionalism and effort.