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Rock chalk twice!

Feb 26, 2008 2:23 AM
8-5 73-69-1 51.4

Tuesday, Feb. 26

Ohio St +8½ at Indiana: The Buckeyes lost to IU in Columbus by 6. Not good. INDIANA.

Tennessee -3½ at Vandy: Great chance for Vandy, catching the Vols off battle for No. 1 with Memphis. Plus, it’s revenge. VANDY.

BYU +2 at N.Mexico: We don’t do totals often, but the under is 8-1 in BYU road games. UNDER.

Wednesday, Feb. 27

KU -14½ at Iowa St: Kansas fell at Oklahoma State so expect the Jayhawks to be out for blood as in Cyclone red. KANSAS.

Auburn +12½ at Miss St: The Tigers lost to Miss St at home by 19. MISSISSIPPI ST.

St. John’s +18 at G’town: St. John’s is offensively challenged, which showed in the 30-point loss to Duke. Same story. G’TOWN.

Thursday, Feb. 28

ND +4 at Louisville: Freedom Hall is the deciding factor. The Irish just 1-4 ATS as a dog. The Cards have a streak of 7 straight spread covers. LOUISVILLE.

Michigan St +6 at Wisconsin: Neither has good spread numbers. Spartans 4-9 ATS vs. Big 10 rivals. Badgers 4-9 ATS at home and 8-11 ATS as a favorite. MICH ST.

Friday, Feb. 29

Dartmouth +16½ at Cornell: The worst faces the best in an Ivy League not controlled this year by Penn. CORNELL.

Saturday, March 1

UNC -13½ at BC: Revenge spot for the Eagles, which lost in Chapel Hill by 22. UNC a stellar 11-0 SU and 7-4 ATS on the road. UNC.

TCU +14 at UNLV: The Rebels have dropped their last four spread games and have struggled covering double-digit lines. TCU.

K-State +13 at Kansas: The Jayhawks have been counting the days to this rematch. After losing at State by 9, expect KU to rock chalk past Beasley bigtime. KANSAS.

Pepperdine +11 at SD: Wave goodbye to Pepperdine, the perfect meal for San Diego at Jenny Craig. SAN DIEGO.

Sunday, March 2

UCLA -4 at Arizona: U of A trying to avenge a 22-point blowout at the Wooden Center. The Bruins are 7-1 ATS in the last eight, but Cats pointing to this one. ZONA.

Monday, March 3

Pitt +3 at W.Virginia: Do the Mountaineers want this one? You betcha! WVU remembers stunning loss in football and the 3-point shot at the buzzer in the first meeting at Pittsburgh. W.VIRGINIA.