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Both games tonight on CBS
Semifinal No. 1: Louisville (33-5, -10) vs. Wichita State (30-8), 6:09 p.m. -- The one seed from the Midwest against the nine seed from the West. UL, the only repeat Final Four team this year, would be well advised to take Wichita seriously after the Shockers knocked off top seed Gonzaga and No. 2 seed Ohio State. But Louisville has been on a rampage, winning its 4 NCAA games by an average of 22 points and coming off an 85-63 win over Duke in a regional final. Should be a great PG match-up between Peyton Siva and Malcolm Armstead. I have to question how many points Wichita will get in the paint with 6-11 Gorgui Dieng in there. This will be a fun up-and-down game, in my opinion. Louisville 74-66
Semifinal No. 2: Michigan (30-7, -2) vs. Syracuse (30-9), 8:49 p.m. (approx) -- UM was the four seed in the South, while Syracuse was the four in the East. Trey Burke has been named everybody's player of the year, it seems, and he willed the Wolverines past top seed Kansas in the Sweet 16. Mitch McGary has come on big time for UM. The Syracuse zone made Indiana and Marquette look awful in the regionals. If the Wolverines can play smart and attack the zone, I think they will be fine. Syracuse's offensive output really does not scare me. Michigan 66-60
Pretty much agree with you.
mkillian247 on twitter..... I say a lot of stuff you wont care about.
Wango and tango!
Louisville won 72-68, I had the exact number of points scored so I got ATS and OU (it was 133) correct
Michigan won 61-56, got the ATS correct as well as OU here as well (it was 129)
That means whatever I pick Monday will be wrong on both accounts. Louisville is minus 4 and the OU is 137-1/2 which seems maybe high.
Pretty dead on. Think I need to start listening to you when I make some bets
Oh, I dunno, I'm prolly destined to miss both tonight
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