Posts Tagged ‘NCAA Basketball’

Mixing March Madness with Vegas!!! It's an art.

The 2012-2013 college basketball season is a goldmine. There is a large platform for potential winners. And I mean LARGE! Any school can take this years trophy. Indiana, Gonzaga, Duke, Louisville, Florida, Miami, CAL, SDSU, Montana, Ohio St, and even UNLV. The range goes on and on for this is the year of the upsets! Meaning that odds are spread out widely, spreads are small, and betters are in for a huge prize. HUGE! If you were never a sports better, now is the time to throw down a little cash, start your spring break, and wait for huge gains as you lay poolside in the sin city. Click the photo for current and future odds to plan bets over the next week and hit the road to Vegas this weekend or the next. Live a little and watch NCAA. See you in VEGAS!

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Deshaun Thomas scores 19 points to keep alive Ohio State's Big Ten title hopes

Ohio State Buckeyes defeat Illinois Fighting Illini 68-55 to stay in the top of the Big Ten race. Deshaun Thomas, senior at Ohio State, scores 19 points and Aaron Craft scores 14 points with 6 assists giving the Buckeyes the victory over Fighting Illini.

Buckeyes played tremendous defense in order to secure a victory and have won five in a row. Furthermore, the Buckeyes have secured a position in the Tournament and will play in the quarterfinals of the Big Ten Tournament on Friday against the winner of Purdue and Nebraska.

With 1.2 seconds left in overtime, Kerron Johnson makes a 10-foot jumper securing the Ohio Valley Conference title and giving Belmont the win against Murray State 70-68. Moreover, his heroic shot earned his team a ticket to the NCAA Tournament.

Today’s games have been nothing short of amazing. From Duke’s domination at Chapel Hill to Kentucky’s exciting win in Florida’s seven minute drought and countless game winners, this Saturday has not disappointed. One of the most thrilling plays of the day came in the Georgia vs. Alabama game. Alabama recovered the ball from Georgia’s Charles Mann with 2.9 seconds left with the game tied at 58. Alabama’s Trevor Releford caught the pass off the turnover and threw up a prayer from half court that proved to be the game winner. The crowd at Coleman Coliseum erupted as the shot went in. If the NCAA tournament carries this theme of nail biting thrillers, then Dick Vitale will have plenty moments to hysterically yell, “Wow! Amazing! Are you kidding me!?”