College Basketball: Stanford vs. Washington State Odds & Pick: February 11th 2010
3* graded play on Washington State as they take on Stanford in Pac-10 action set to start at 10:00 EST. Our proprietary sports handicapping model and simulator shows a high probability that WSU will lose by 3 or fewer points and has a strong chance to win the game. The Pac-10 has been a huge disappointment this season and there is a distinct possibility that there may be just 1 representative in the NCAA Tournament. Hard to believe, but the parity of the teams have contributed to mediocre records as well. The entire conference is just 5-13 versus AP Top-25 teams. Stanford is in dead last with a 4-7 mark and 10-13 record overall. WSU is 5-6 in conference play and 16-5 overall. On January 16th WSU defeated the Cardinal 77-73 as 6 point favorites. Stanford is just 6-16 ATS (-11.6 Units) in home games revenging a loss where opponent scored 75 or more points since 1997. Supporting this graded play is a system that has produced a record of 128-72 ATS for 64% winners since 2004. Play on road teams sporting a solid PPG differential between +3.5 to +8 and now facing a middle of the road team sporting a PPG differential between +/- 3.5 and after a win by 15 points or more. Washington is off a blowout 18 point win over Arizona and were 2.5 point favorites. We expect WSU to dominate the boards and will get between 40 and 44 total rebounds based on the projections from the model. Note that WSU, in past games getting between 40 and 44 rebounds, is 1-0 ATS this season, 4-0 ATS over the past 3 seasons, and 13-4 ATS since 1997. Take WSU.
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