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3 of 3 Experts (100%) with a pick against the spread are aligned. 10* play on the George Washington Colonials (Spread).
Al McMordie: BIG AL's CHAMPIONSHIP CLUB: ATLANTIC 10 TOURNEY BEST OF THE BEST 10*
In this Opening Round match-up in the Atlantic 10 Tournament, we have two teams that are not playing very good basketball. The Rams have lost 11 of 12 since their 59-54 victory over George Washington, on January 22. And George Washington hasn't played much better, as it's 4-8 SU and 5-7 ATS over its last 12 games. We'll lay the points with George Washington, as it falls into a 41-13 ATS revenge system of mine, as well as 44-9 and 60-18 ATS Tourney systems of mine that play on certain teams off losses. Additionally, Atlantic 10 Conference favorites of less than 13 points have gone 169-104 ATS in the A-10 Tournament since 1992, including 37-19 ATS if it lost all the season's previous meetings vs. its opponent.
Matt Fargo: Fargo's 10* CBB Wednesday Enforcer (145-118-6 YTD)
George Washington has a lot of incentive on Wednesday. Not only did the Colonials lose their last five games of the regular season to fall to 6-12 on the season but they lost twice to Fordham this season, the only two conference wins for the Rams. George Washington won five times away from its home floor which is eighth most in the Atlantic Ten. The Colonials have won their opening game in the A-10 Tournament six straight years. As mentioned, Fordham won only two conference games this season while winning just two games away from home. The Rams have been outscored by 11.4 ppg in 12 games away from home. Here, we play on neutral court teams revenging a loss where team scored less than 60 points, off a loss by 10 points or more to a conference rival. This situation is 130-76 ATS (63.1 percent) since 1997.
Larry Ness: Larry's CBB Revenge Rout (18-10 L6 days)-Day
The 8-22 Fordham Rams enter the A-10 conference tournament as the No. 14-seed, after finishing dead-last in the conference standings at 2-16. Awaiting the Rams at Barclays Center on Wednesday afternoon will be the 12-19 George Washington Colonials, who own the No. 11-seed after going 6-12 in conference play. The 'kicker' is, BOTH of Fordham's A-10 wins have come over GW.
The Rams lost the 6-9 Ohams (11.0 & 8.2) was lost for the season after just 13 games with a knee injury and then the 6-9 Eyisi (6.5 & 5.6) went down im mid-Feb with a foot injury. Fordham head coach Jeff Neubauer will start four guards and 6-11 freshman Soriano (4.5 & 6.4). Guards Portley (10.4 & 3.7) and Cobb (10.2) are now the team's lone double digits scorers for a team averaging only 58.1 PPG (349th).
Head coach Jamion Christian led Mount St Mary's to two NCAA berths in six years and then led Siena to a NINE-game turnaround in his only year at Loudonville, NY (2018-19). This is his first season at GW and last year's team was just 9-24. This year's team is better but has NOT had the success the school had hoped for. GW was 10-11 entering Feb but has finished the season in a complete 'free-fall,' losing EIGHT of its final 10 games. Not sure one can explain it, as the Colonials own four double digitscorers. Senior PG Potter (14.3-3.2-5.9) leads the way, followed by junior guard Jackson (11.8), freshman guard Nelson (10.4) and 6-7 freshman forward Battle (11.9 & 5.3).
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