The phrase "trap game" means different things to different people, especially in college basketball. The way it's most often applied is to describe a game that a team may overlook in favor of something else on the schedule.
At times, it can also simply describe a game where a team, especially one ranked in the Associated Press Top 25 poll, could lose a game it simply shouldn't. Whether the opponent matches up well or just has a talented player who can carry it to a win, the ranked team should be on upset alert.
These games may end in ugly blowouts with the ranked team coasting to victory, but if an upset occurs, you read it here first.
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