A feel for the public via screenshots from different sources.
Both games are dart throws in the most obvious fashion, and a claim on either team for pecuniary advances is foolish. If you feel compelled, as with most degenerates, read this and then live bet accordingly.
(Is it me or does this tournament feel like the interest is dwindling by degree as the championship game approaches.)
Public is all over Arkansas, yet line has moved down drastically. Pinnacle Sports has been baiting Arkansas the entire day, moving the line half point below market price invariably since the opener. This happens often but this game seems a bit more conspicuous then other games for some reason. LSU is gorgeously awful, there is no reason for reverse line movement to be in effect for a terrible road team this late in the season.
Four minutes to gametime.
LSU +7 -110
Arkansas -7 -110
$27.5 / $25
At this point I’m just throwin’ darts. For your fading pleasure:
Georgia Tech -1 -110
Miami FL +1 -110
$110 / $100
Wisconsin sucked, I’ve lost five straight. Testing the unforgiving waters of the NBA with the Clippers. This one is straight from the Staples Center. A blind tail of a fellow degenerate. Utah plays the Lakers after enduring the 48 mind-numbing minutes with the apathetic Clipshow, hopefully the Jazz get caught looking ahead. Pray for me, this is a chase of sorts.
Utah Jazz -6 -110
LA Clippers +6 -110
$55 / $50
$20 / $35
Illinois students rushed the court following their upset of then #5 Michigan State. The emotional high that is induced by the relative faithful celebrating by way of on-court orgy strikes at the core of the inexorable nature of gravity. Once the next game starts, the ephemeral pedestal gets swiped away at the legs, and the team comes crashing down. I’ve been following this rather closely. The last five times a team endured this scenario, they failed to cover the next game. A very savory and welcoming trend, and I feel inclined to take advantage. Doesn’t hurt that the Illini have to navigate their way through the ineffable confines of the Kohl Center, where Wisconsin is 60-5 since the 2007 season. The Math Geeks are high on the Badgers as well.