Went for the jugular on Saturday, releasing my first-ever 50 Dime play in college hoops. And of course I freaking nailed it, as West Virginia obliterated Missouri in the second half and rolled to a 23-point victory, nearly doubling the 12½-point spread.
With that, I improved to 15-6 in college basketball this season, which has netted 291 Dimes … I improved to 15-4 with my last 19 basketball plays (college and NBA), which has netted 361 Dimes … and I improved to 8-2 over the last 10 days, good for 233 Dimes.
Allow me to monetize those numbers for you:
If you wagered $50 per Dime on all 21 of my college hoops plays this season (including the six losers), you’re up $14,550.
If you wagered $50 per Dime on my last 19 basketball plays (including the four losers), you’re up $18,050.
And if you wagered $50 per Dime over the last 10 days, you’re up $11,650.
Not bad, eh?
Well, the bankroll building continues today with my 40 College Hoops Winner #5 of 7, my Basketball Winner #16 of 20 and my College Hoops winner #16 of 22 (and #12 of 15), as we head to the West Coast for a Pac-12 battle between UCLA and Oregon.
Guys, you see the insane results I’ve produced for you. It’s time to get that season pass and enjoy a first-class money-making journey aboard the D-Train!
How about that super easy 3♦ complimentary winner on USC on Saturday? I’m now on a 7-3 roll with basketball freebies. For Sunday’s, we’ll head back to the college hardwood and swallow the chalk with fourth-ranked San Diego State, which takes its unbeaten record to Vegas to battle UNLV.
Normally, I’m not a fan of laying a significant amount points with a road team, especially in a conference game. But San Diego State continues to prove with each passing game that its Top 5 ranking and 20-0 record are no fluke. Not only are the Aztecs a perfect 9-0 in conference play, but three of four victories came on the road—and all three were convincing: 79-57 at Colorado State, 77-68 at Utah State, 72-52 at Wyoming, 64-55 at Fresno State.
True, SDSU failed to get the cash in its last two outings, both at home—17-point win over Wyoming as a 22½-point favorite; 13-point win over Nevada as a 13½-point chalk. But the fact remains the Aztecs’ last 10 wins have come by at least nine points (including eight double-digit routs). In fact, only two opponents have lost to the Aztecs by fewer than nine points: BYU (76-71 home loss back on Nov. 9, the second game of the season) and San Jose State (a shockingly close 59-57 loss at SDSU on Dec. 8).
As for UNLV, it is definitely playing much better of late under first-year coach T.J. Otzelberger, going 7-2 in over the last nine contests. And the Runnin’ Rebels are a solid 6-2 in Mountain West play. But this is a different animal that they’re facing today in SDSU. And it’s not like the Rebels have thrived in the underdog role: Take out a 70-53 home upset of Utah State (as a 7-point pup), and UNLV is 1-7 SU and 2-6 ATS when catching points this season.
Finally, the Aztecs have completely owned this rivalry of late, winning nine of the last 10 meetings (including the last four in a row) while going 7-1-2 ATS (4-0 ATS in the last four).