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02-07-2003, 01:25 PM
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A big night had by all members as we go 5-1 netting 12.8 units. Friday is a very small card with just two plays and they both are given out for free below. We are already looking at the card for Saturday which looks to be a very strong one. Saturday plays can be purchased through our website for only $25. Click Here To Purchase Saturday Plays (http://www.insideredge.com/signup.htm) Plays can also be purchased at Trackpicks (http://www.trackpicks.com) for only $20. We have just started using Trackpicks and they will be our official monitor from here on out as they are a paid monitor that can have picks broken down by units and also have many other features not offered by the free monitoring services. Plays can also be purchased from our daily selection line at $20. Plays are posted on the line by 4:00 pm EST on weekdays and 10:00 am EST on weekends.

Free Card for Friday February 7, 2003

Dartmouth +16.5 (2 Units)

We see a tighter game that most people would expect here. Yale could be peeking ahead to their game with rival Harvard on Saturday and very well might not show a completely focused effort. While Dartmouth has lost their last 8 games, they have been competitive in 5 of them, losing 4 of those by 5 points or less. Yale is on a modest 2 game winning streak after defeating Cornell and Columbia last weekend. Prior to that, they had lost 7 of their last 8 games including home losses to Brown and Rhode Island. Both of these teams rely on strong defense as they are keeping opponents to under 44% shooting and 68 ppg. However Yale is allowing 75 ppg at home, which should improve the Big Greenís offensive production as they are scoring under 60 ppg. Look for a tight game throughout with Yale pulling out a close one at the end.

Rider E (3 Units)

Rider is starting to play basketball like they were expected to play all season long. They have won 4 of their last 5 games after starting the season 5-10. They were picked by some to repeat as MAAC champions but that is out of the question at this point, so now is a good time to peak to get ready for conference tournament time. The guard tandem of Jerry Johnson and Robert Taylor are playing great basketball now. They are averaging a combined 30.4 ppg and 5.7 apg. St. Peterís is led by freshman Keydren Clark, who is averaging 24.2 ppg but after that, no one is scoring in double figures. The problem for the Peacocks has been their defense. They allow 76 ppg and over 47% shooting. Rider is only scoring 66.8 ppg on the season, but they have picked that up as of late as they are averaging nearly 75 ppg in their last 5. St. Peterís has lost 7 of their last 9 games with both wins coming against Loyola-Maryland, who is 4-15 on the season. Rider is playing much better ball right now and should get the easy win.

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