Ben Burns was a SWEET 6-1 overall on Saturday, highlighted by a PERFECT 6-0 "SWEEP" with top-rated plays. With yesterday's trio of winners, Burns is now 19-10-1 ATS with his L30 CBB selections - RIDE THE WAVE!
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PICKS IN PROGRESS
I'm playing on UAB 10* BREAKFAST CLUB. The Blue Raiders have had the better season and come in as the hotter team. I feel that this will be a good spot for the Blazers though and I expect them to give us their very best effort. The Raiders are playing their third consecutive road game. Its the first/only time this season that they will have played three straight "true" road games. Though they still haven't officially clinched the conference title, its a done deal. After this, the Raiders will host FIU and FAU, to close out the season. Considering that those teams are currently a combined 5-22 on the road, the Raiders know that they will have no trouble wrapping up top seed in the conference, even if they slipped up this afternoon.
Off three straight losses but still a solid 10-3 (6-3 SU/ATS in home lined games) at home, the Blazers could desperately use a big win. I believe that this game will mean more to them than it does to their guests. They've already beaten the likes of LA Tech and Rice, currently #2 and #3 in the conference, and with a 4-1 SU/ATS record the last five times that they were a host in this series, they're going to come in believing that they're capable of scoring the upset.
Like MTSU, the Blazers also host FIU and FAU in their final two games. So, they've got a chance to turn things around and to enter the conf. tourney on a high. They're 2-0 SU/ATS the past couple of seasons, off three straight losses, going an impressive 18-7 their last 25 in that situation. I'm expecting their best effort to lead to AT LEAST a cover.
I'm playing on QUINNIPIAC 10* MOTIVATIONAL MISMATCH. I've recently won with Rider and have recently successfully played against Quinnipiac. However, in each of those instances, I was playing on a revenge-minded home team, which was playing its fiinal home game. Today, the shoe is on the other foot. Its the Bobcats which will be playing with revenge and the Bobcats which will be playing their final home game. Though the Bobcats already know they'll be the #8 seed in the MAAC tourney, I believe they're going to be extremely motivated to close out the regular season with a win. They badly want to snap their losing streak, a win here will get them back to .500 at home and avenge the earlier "track meet" loss (112-107) at Rider. Also, the Bobcats will honor seniors Harris, Chigha and Smith before the game and would really like to send them out as winners. Look for them to do just that, the Broncs falling to 2-6 ATS the last eight times that they were road favorites of three or less.
I'm playing on Calgary and Carolina to finish UNDER the total 10* ANNIHILATOR. While we have to lay some extra juice to play at 5.5, I feel that it will be worthwhile to do so. The Flames have seen the UNDER go 52-28 the past 80 times that the played a road game with an O/U line of 5.5. During the same stretch, the UNDER is a profitable 28-9 when the Hurricanes played a home game with an O/U line of 5.5. This season, Calgary road games average 5.1 combined goals while Carolina home games average 5.3 combined goals. The Canes are playing the final leg of a 5-game home-stand. The first four games have ALL produced four or fewer combined goals. Those games had scores of 2-1, 4-0, 3-1 and 3-0. Expect another relatively low-scoring affair.
Ben Burns is one of the most versatile and consistent handicappers you’ll find. He boasts top 10 finishes in every major North American sport at least twice since 2009. That includes top finishes in both NFL and college football.
Ben gives tons of action to bet, and has different designations for each type of pick. He lays out his best favorites, best underdogs, picks for televised games, you name it. He puts down thousands of picks, and he wins.
His top picks are on a crazy 768-598 run since January 2015. That has meant a 56% win rate and over $8,200 in profit.
Of course, your bankroll may not permit you to bet all the action Ben puts out there. That’s why he has a rating system for his picks, and lets you know which ones are the best options.
And Ben isn’t new to the world of sports handicapping. At the age of 11, he nailed an MLB trading deadline move, earning himself tickets to the All-Star Game. He has been posting his picks to the public since 1998.
Dating back to 1998, Ben’s accolades are too many to run down here. He has a history of almost two decades of killing it in hockey, basketball, football and baseball. He has back-to-back #1 finishes in NHL, stretching from 2012 to 2014. He hit more than 63% of his picks in both years.
Ben’s methods are hard to replicate – much of what he does comes from analyzing emotion. But it’s even harder to argue with his results. He wins and wins and wins, and the subscribers who follow do the same.