College Basketball Picks NCAA Predictions Previews Odds From Mitch on Tonys Picks TV 2-21-2017

February 21, 2017

Mitch from Sports Chat Place guests on the Tonys Picks TV Show and offers his picks, predictions, previews and odds from all of the top games from college basketball.

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Guest handicapper Mitch from Sports Chat Place joins Tony T each week for an against the point spread breakdown of all the big games scheduled this week.

Big Games covered are from Wednesday February 22nd through Sunday February 27th 2017.
Show Date: February 21st 2017
Tony and Mitch break down the big college basketball games this week from a Las Vegas point spread angle.
Wednesday February 22nd—
7PM ET—Duke at Syracuse (ESPN)
Duke -3.5
Duke just one game back of North Carolina in the ACC race. They have won seven straight after a 99-84 home victory to Wake Forest but fails to cover as a 12 point favorite.
Syracuse sits at 16-12 overall and 8-7 in league. It is now a three game losing streak after a 71-65 road loss at Georgia Tech on Sunday as a 4 point favorite.
9PM ET—Butler at Villanova (FS1)
Villanova -10
Villanova is 26-2 and headed on path to win the regular season Big East conference title. It is a seven game win streak for the Wildcats after their 92-70 road win at Seton Hall on Saturday covering as a 6 ½ point favorite.
Butler second in the Big East three games back of Villanova. They have won two straight after an 92-66 home victory to DePaul but failing to cover as a 17 point favorite.
Thursday February 23rd—
7PM ET—Memphis at Cincinnati (ESPN)
Cincinnati -13
Cincinnati is tied with SMU in the ACC in the loss column. They will carry a two game win streak into this game with the 80-60 home victory to Tulsa on Saturday as a -16.5 favorite.
Memphis is 18-9 and 8-6 in conference. Tigers enter play on a two game losing streak as they dropped a 65-62 road loss at UCONN as a 3 ½ point underdog on Thursday.
10PM ET—USC at Arizona (PAC 12)
Arizona -11
Arizona leads the PAC 12 at 14-1. They have won four straight after beating Washington on the road 76-68 but failing to cover as a 9 ½ point favorite. They beat USC 73-66 in their first meeting on the road.
USC is 21-6 overall and 8-6 in the PAC 12. They look to break a two game losing streak after a 102-70 road loss at UCLA on Saturday as a 9 ½ point underdog.
Saturday February 25th—
SMU -5
SMU is 14-1 in the AAC. They have won 10 straight after a 76-66 win at Houston Saturday covering as a 3 point favorite on the road.
UCONN is 9-5 in conference and 14-12 overall. They have won four straight and seven of eight after their 64-63 win at Temple Sunday as a 2 ½ point underdog.
2PM ET—Florida at Kentucky (CBS)
Kentucky -3
Kentucky tied with Florida at 10-2 in the SEC as they take the court on Tuesday at Missouri winners of four straight after an 82-77 win at Georgia Saturday as a 7 ½ point favorite.
Florida was in action leading South Carolina by margin late looking for their ninth straight victory. They crushed Kentucky 88-66 I their first meeting.
3PM ET—Creighton at Villanova (FOX)
Villanova -10
We talked Villanova already
Creighton is 22-5 overall as they host Providence on Wednesday. They come off an 87-70 home victory to Georgetown on Sunday covering as a 5 ½ point favorite.
4PM ET—Duke at Miami (CBS)
Duke -1
We talked Duke already
Miami sits at 19-8 overall as they come off the 54-48 road victory at Virginia Monday getting 7 ½ points Hurricanes have won three straight.
8PM ET—Northwestern at Indiana (BTN)
Indiana -3
Northwestern is 20-7 overall and 9-5 in the Big Ten as they are in action at Illinois on Tuesday. With a win they can clinch a winning record in the Big 12.
Indiana at 15-12 overall and 5-9 in the Big Ten may miss the NCAA Tournament. They are at Iowa Tuesday night losers of four straight and six of their past seven games.
8:15PM ET—UCLA at Arizona (ESPN)
Arizona -2
We talked Arizona already.
UCLA lost to Arizona at home in their first meeting 96-85. They carry a five game win streak after their 102-70 home victory to USC Saturday covering as a 9 ½ point favorite.
10PM ET—BYU at Gonzaga (ESPN 2)
Gonzaga -24
Gonzaga is playing for a perfect record and a shot at a number one seed in the NCAA Tournament. They are at San Diego Thursday and this game at home to BYU closes out the regular season for the Bulldogs. Gonzaga couldn’t cover a 30 ½ point spread at home to Pacific on Saturday
BYU at 19-10 overall and 10-6 in the WCC most likely NIT bound. They lost at home to St Mary’s on Saturday by 13 points in their home finale as a 4 ½ point underdog on Saturday.
Sunday February 26th—
2PM ET—Syracuse at Louisville (CBS)
Louisville -13
We talked Syracuse already
Louisville one game back at North Carolina as they meet the Tar Heels on Wednesday. Cardinals have a three game win streak after a 94-90 home victory to Virginia Tech on Saturday as a 12 ½ point favorite.
3:30PM ET—Butler at Xavier (FS1)
Xavier -1
We talked Butler already
Xavier is 8-6 in the Big East. They have lost three straight as they travel to Seton Hall on Wednesday coming off a 22 point road defeat at Marquette as a 6 point underdog.
4PM ET—Wisconsin at Michigan St (CBS)
Wisconsin -3
Wisconsin is tied with Purdue at 11-3 in the Big Ten as they travel to Ohio St on Thursday coming off a home win and cover against Maryland on Sunday.
Michigan St is 16-11 overall and 8-6 in the Big Ten. They have to go 2-2 to ensure a winning record in the Big Ten as their remaining games are home to Nebraska on Thursday and at Illinois and at Maryland. The Spartans have won four of six games.
6:30PM ET—Georgia Tech at Notre Dame (ESPNU)
Notre Dame -11
Notre Dame is 10-5 in the ACC. They had dropped four straight and followed up that slump with a four game win streak as the Fighting Irish best NC State on the road 81-72 as a 5 point favorite on Saturday.
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