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NCAA Basketball Picks for January 25th 2011: Bet Purdue And Missouri State Tuesday Night

NCAA Basketball Picks: January 25th 2011
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Pick: Purdue +7.5
Purdue has either won or lost by 4 points or fewer in 6 of the last 7 meetings in this series. The Buckeyes are still undefeated by the skin of their teeth. In fact, 5 of their last 6 wins have come by 5 points or less. The Buckeyes are 1-4 ATS in their last 5 games as a favorite of 7.0-12.5 points and the underdog is 5-1-1 ATS in the last 7 meetings. Purdue may not be able to get the victory, but with a chance to break into a tie for 1st place in the Big Ten I expect the Boilermakers to take the Buckeyes right down to the wire. Take the points. -Jeff Alexander

Pick: Missouri State -9
On Tuesday the NCAAB Free play is on Missouri St. Game 523 at 8:05 eastern. Missouri St is tied for the conference lead. Today they travel to Drake knowing they are 4-0 with 3 covers vs teams who average less than 65 per game and 5-0 with 4 covers vs losing teams. They allowed 50% from the field in their last game, which is a key number since they have covered every game this season after allowing their previous opponent to shoot that high. Drake is 0-5 straight up and ats as a home dog from 9 to 12 since 1997 and 2-6 straight up and ats vs teams that allow 42 or less points per game. Drake is also just 2-8 and 3-7 ats vs winning teams this year. Look for Missouri St to win and cover. Jump on the 94% NBA West Conf. Game of the Month and the NCAAB Perfect Angle Blowout + Triple Angle dog of the week. For the free Play Take Missouri St. -Rob Vinciletti