Below are 2010 NIT Tournament college basketball betting picks for March 30th 2010 from Touthouse.com handicappers. If you are looking for free NCAA basketball picks on a daily basis or premium picks from our college basketball betting experts visit Touthouse.com each day.
Free Pick: Dayton -1 (John Ryan)
3* graded play on Dayton as they take on Mississippi in the NIT semifinals set to start at 7:00 EST. Our proprietary sports handicapping model and simulator shows a high probability that Dayton will win this game by more than 3 points. Dayton has done well in past games when facing a strong shooting team. Mississippi has shot 45.4% for the season and dayton is a solid 19-10 ATS (+8.0 Units) versus good shooting teams making >=45% of their shots over the last 2 seasons. Dayton HC Gregory is 15-4 ATS (+10.6 Units) after playing 2 consecutive road games. Dayton is a near perfect 8-1 ATS (+6.9 Units) after playing 2 consecutive road games over the last 3 seasons. Meanwhile, Mississippi HC Kennedy is a poor 4-12 ATS (-9.2 Units) in road games in all tournament games. Take Dayton.
Free Pick: Missouri State -5.5 (Rob Vinciletti)
On Tuesday night the free play is on Missouri St. Game 766 at 8:00 eastern. Missouri St is a solid 18-2 at home this year, 13-1 vs non conference teams,10-1 and 7-3 ats as a home favorite from 3.5 to -6 over the last 3+ years and has won and covered every time with 5 or 6 days of rest. Pacific has taken a tough road to get here winning 3 straight post season road games. The last 2 as an underdog. They qualify in a negative system that is based on their back to back dog wins. Look for Missouri State to send Pacific home tonight with a win and cover. On Tuesday night I have a 5* NBA system that has cashed 100% of the time and wins by an average 108-90 score. We cashed big for a 3rd straight night in the NBA as Dallas delivered a nice blowout win on Monday. In NIT action we have a BIg 15-1 Power Play angle. Jump on and make some nice change here tonight. For the free play take Missouri St. RV
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