GC: TUESDAY – BIG 12 Kansas At Kansas St- analysis

Tuesday card has 6* NBA Dog of the Year with 5- 100% Indicators including a 24-0 angle and a 12-0 system that dates to 1995. We also have a 19-2 NBA Totals system and an ESPN Power Angle play that has cashed 19 of 21 times.
On Tuesday the free NCAAB play is on Kansas. Game 519 at 8:00 eastern. The Jayhawks have dominated their in state Rivals on this court winning 13 of the last 15 years with 12 spread wins. Kansas is one of the top teams in the land once again this season and has not lost since a neutral court game vs Michigan St over 2 months ago. They have won their last 2 games, despite some mediocre shooting numbers, failing to crack 40% in both. They are however a much better defensive team than Kansas St as they have only allowed an opponent to shoot over 45% once this season in that loss to Michigan St. Every other team has struggled to score against them. Kansas is 29-3 vs teams who allow less than 65 points per game and have covered 5 of the last 6 in that role. Kansas St has shooting numbers that have regressed over their last 3 games and it doesn’t figure to get better tonight. They have a nice record but have barely beat some spotty teams on their schedule. Look for Kansas to get another win and cover here tonight. On Tuesday those looking to get serious should inquire into the 6* NBA Dog of the Year. This game is backed with 5 Perfect situations, including a 12-0 system that dated to 1995 and an angle that has cashed 24 straight times. We also have a 19-2 totals system and an ESPN Power Angle play that has won 19 of the last 21 times. Hoops has been hot of late. Contact at goldencontender@aol.com or at 646-269-5269 to Jump on tonight and cash out. For the free play take Kansas. GC


Dirty has been an employee or owner of some of the top online sports gambling forums since 1998. He worked at EOG.com from it's inception until 2008 when he left and opened GamblingIQ and then in 2012 opened Handicappers Hidaway. He has written hundreds af articles over the years and always has his "Dirty Dozen" College Football poll up starting the first week of October.
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