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Minnesota Golden Gophers at Nebraska Cornhuskers 9:00 PM ET
Nebraska Cornhuskers –8.5 –110 (2 Units)
We went against Minnesota last week against Florida St. mostly because of their youth and it paid off as the young Golden Gophers blew a late 14-point lead and ended up losing the game. They now travel for their first true road game of the season and it is not in an easy environment. Nebraska has won 16 straight games at home against non-conference opponents. Overall, the Huskers are now 46-19 at home under head coach Barry Collier with nine of the losses coming against ranked teams. Nebraska returned nine lettermen to the court in 2004-05, including three starters from a year ago. In total, the Huskers have 215 career games started and 497 games played returning. However, Nebraska has a pair of newcomers turning heads in the early season. Center Aleks Maric and guard Joe McCray each started their first game of the season in the last Huskers outing and the two freshen are averaging a combined 27.5 ppg. That youth along with the experience of Jason Dourisseau, Marcus Neal Jr., John Turek and Jake Muhleisen makes Nebraska a very dangerous team. Nebraska installed an aggressive, attacking-style offense at the beginning of 2003 and went on to average 70.5 points per game last season, up 7.2 points per game over the 2002-03 season. They look to improve that even more this season having one season with the system under their belts. They are averaging 76.2 ppg through 4 games this year. Nebraska was very solid on the other side of the ball a season ago, allowing opponents to hit just 40.0% from the field to rank 20th nationally in field-goal percentage defense. This year, they are allowing opponents 33.8% shooting and 26.7% from behind the arc. Even in their one blemish this season at UAB, the numbers weren’t bad as they allowed 43.1% from the floor. Minnesota has played much stiffer competition but it can’t be overlooked that their field goal defense is 12% higher than the Huskers at 45.8%. Entering the week, the Huskers are third Big 12 Conference in rebounding offense (52.5 rpg) and first in rebounding margin (+20.0), and rank first in rebounding defense as they have held their first four opponents to an average of 27.0 rebounds per game.
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Nevada Wolf Pack at Toledo Rockets 7:00 PM ET
Toledo Rockets –3.5 –110 (2 Units)
Toledo finally gets to play their first home game of the season. After three straight road losses, the preseason MAC champions welcome Nevada in their home opener. They are looking for their first win on the young season so there is absolutely no chance they are looking ahead to their game at Duke on Sunday. Nevada has split their two road games, defeating a very young Georgia team and then getting blow away at Kansas. The frontcourt of Nick Fazekas and Kevinn Pinkney has carried them in the early season while their backcourt has been nonexistent. Their only guard averaging more than 4.4 ppg is freshman Ramon Sessions, who is their point guard, averaging 9.4 ppg and 5.2 apg. In the interior, Toledo will counter with forward Florentino Valencia, who ranks 10th in the MAC with 14.7 ppg, eighth with 7.0 rpg and fifth with a 54.3 field-goal percentage. Center Allen Pinson will provide a big body down low to help and neutralize the Wolf Pack forwards. The strength for the Rockets is their backcourt even though it has not shown yet this season. Keith Triplett, Sammy Villegas and Justin Ingram are averaging 25 ppg and 7.6 apg but those numbers should get much better as the season goes on and that starts here. Toledo returns all 5 starters from last year’s team that the Wolf Pack knocked off 60-58 last year on a tip-in at the buzzer by Garry Hill-Thomas as a part of ESPN's Bracket Buster. It was the closest game a much more superior Nevada team played all year at Lawlor Events Center. Toledo registered an 11-1 home record last year and has won its last 11 home openers. In addition, Toledo possesses a 32-3 (.914) mark in non-conference home games under head coach Stan Joplin.
Wisconsin-Green Bay Phoenix at Wisconsin Badgers 8:00 PM ET
Wisconsin-Green Bay Phoenix +18 –110 (2 Units)
The Phoenix are expected to make a run at the Horizon League title this season and they are off to a solid 4-1 start, defeating 4 teams that they should. Their only loss was a loss at Michigan St. by 58 points. While that loss would normally have us lay off since they are playing another Big Ten team, they were without a lot of their backcourt against the Spartans. Missing was senior point guard Javier Mendiburu, who is averaging 10 assists per game, which leads not only the Horizon but also the entire country. Another guard is back also as Brandon Morris made his return against Weber St. in their last game, his first of the season. He averaged 10.6 ppg last season and with a game under his belt, he should improve against the Badgers. Both were chosen as preseason 1st teamers and they are joined by 2nd team selection Matt Rohde, who is currently averaging 11.8 ppg. Forward Josh Lawrence is only a sophomore but he was a starter as a freshman and the experience is paying off as he is leading the Phoenix in scoring, averaging 15.4 ppg on 62.5% shooting including 55.6% from behind the arc so his versatility is a dangerous weapon. Wisconsin also comes into this game at 4-1 with good wins over Maryland and at Rutgers but they clearly miss point guard Devin Harris. They have an assists/turnover ratio of 0.904, which is not up to Wisconsin standards. Their inside game is strong but their backcourt is still nonexistent with no one averaging more than 7.8 ppg or 2.2 apg. Boo Wade, who was expected to take over the leadership role in the backcourt is still out on indefinite leave.
Buffalo Bulls at Elon Phoenix 7:00 PM ET
Buffalo Bulls –2.5 –110 (2 Units)
Buffalo will look to bounce back after a humbling defeat at home over the weekend. The Bulls struggled through a tough shooting night, shooting 32.8% for the floor, en route to their lowest point total of the season. The Bulls are struggling from the three-point line so far this season. Buffalo is shooting 31.3% (30-96) from beyond the arc. Most of the trouble can be attributed to their last game however as the Bulls shot a frigid 4-of-24 from the three-point line against Western Michigan. They came in shooting 36.1%. Defensively though is where they remain consistent. The Bulls lead the MAC in steals, averaging 12.8 thefts per game. The Bulls have forced 20 or more turnovers in four its first five games. The Bulls are averaging 37 rebounds over the last two games, which is an improvement over the 32.7 they averaged over the first three games. They have especially improved on the offensive glass where they are averaging 15.5 offensive rebounds over the last two games. Buffalo will have the best player on the floor in Turner Battle. Battle is averaging 14 ppg and his 4.60 assist-to-turnover ratio is tops in the MAC. While this is a home game for Elon, Battle has every reason to be fired up for this contest as he grew up just over thirty miles away from the Elon campus and is expected to have quite a few friends and family on hand. Battle was selected to the preseason Mid-Major All-America team by collegeinsider. The Phoenix is led by Jackson Atoyebi, who is averaging 14.0 points per game. Atoyebi has missed the last three games with a shoulder injury and his return is still in question. Elon ranks last in the SoCon in scoring, a lot of that due to their pathetic 54.9% free throw shooting. The two things Buffalo thrives on, steals and rebounding, are shortfalls for the Phoenix as they are 11th in their conference in both categories. The Bulls won eight road games last season, the most in the history of the Buffalo basketball program so this is nothing new to them.
New Orleans Hornets at Houston Rockets 8:35 PM ET
New Orleans Hornets +10 –105 (2 Units)
Houston has 7 wins on the season but only one of those has been by more than 10 points and that was an eleven point win over New Jersey. With an offense playing as bad as the Rockets is, it’s difficult to outscore anyone by 10 points, no matter how bad the opposition may seem. New Orleans enters this game with only one win on the season and their best player Baron Davis on the IR. They aren’t going to outscore anyone so they’ve been playing terrific defense to try and makeup for their offensive shortfalls. They are allowing only 89.2 ppg on 44.8% shooting in their last 5 games and they have given up 100 or more points only once in their last 11 games. They have lost their road games by an average of only 6.6 ppg. The Rockets offense is just as bad as they are averaging 87.3 ppg on the season and only 82.2 ppg their last 5 games. Like the Hornets, they play tough defense but even that has not produced with wins are they have lost 5 of their last 6 overall and they are only 3-5 on their home floor. What's most difficult about the Rockets' free fall is that many thought they would be a contender after pulling off the trade for Tracy McGrady. The only thing Houston is contending for is "biggest disappointment of the young season." Houston snapped their 5-game losing streak on Saturday with a win over Philadelphia but their 31.6% shooting and 13% 3-point shooting were both their worst this season.
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