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Submitted by Kelso Sturgeon on Wednesday, March 21, 2012 at 2:20 PM

The heat is fierce and it is going to reach the boiling point in college basketball as the NCAA Tournament and the National Invitation Tournament (NIT) head for their championship games. The NCAA's Sweet 16 round begins Thursday night and the NIT tonight finds which two teams will fill out its Final Four. The game is the same as it has been for the past two weeks-lose and go home.

Both tournaments have been good to me and my clients and the winning continues tonight with my 100-unit NIT Game of the Year-a contest I intend to win just as I did my 200-unit NCAA Game of the Year this past Saturday as Marquette (-5) knocked off Murray State, 62-53. This 100-unit winner will come from two games-Minnesota (21-14) at Middle Tennessee State (27-6) and Nevada (28-6) at Stanford (23-11).

You can win my 100-unit NIT Game of the Year for just $50, charged to your major credit card and head into the NCAA's Sweet 16 round tomorrow night with a solid bankroll. For the record, I will be releasing 50-unit plays in the Big Dance on both Thursday and Friday and may come out firing with another 100-unit game on Saturday or Sunday. It all depends on the numbers and the situations each team finds itself in the Elite Eight round.

Day to day, as they say.

While the current focus is on basketball, I must remind you the Major League Baseball season begins in eight days, on Thursday, March 28, as the Seattle Mariners and the Oakland Athletics meet in the Tokyo Dome in Tokyo. The teams will meet on back-to-back nights and the remaining teams will begin their seasons next week.

I had a great baseball season in 2011 and am prepared to have another one this time around. You can get the entire season for just $199, charged to your major credit card, and receive 2-3 games each day, seven days a week, right through the World Series in October. Daily plays will cost $15.

I have put together some facts and figures that hopefully will help a bit in handicapping the NCAA Tournament.

Odds, Facts Figures In NCAA Tournament

Odds to win the NCAA championship are those currently posted at the Super Book at the Las Vegas Hotel (formerly the Las Vegas Hilton). They are listed in alphabetical order. RPI and SOS figures are from the NCAA. RPI ratings reflect the overall performance of each team as evaluated by a combination of factors. SOS figures represent a team's strength of schedule. There are 344 Division-1 teams rated by the NCAA each season. In understanding the rates, Baylor is considered the 9th best team in the country and has played the 16th toughest schedule.

Team Record RPI SOS Odds
Baylor 29-7 9 16 20-1
Cincinnati 26-10 34 66 40-1
Florida 25-10 19 27 20-1
Indiana 27-8 11 26 40-1
Kansas 29-6 8 20 8-1
Kentucky 34-2 3 38 9-5
Louisville 28-9 10 7 25-1
Marquette 27-7 6 11 15-1
Michigan State 29-7 2 1 6-1
North Carolina 31-5 4 9 6-1
N.C. State 24-12 35 22 60-1
Ohio University 29-7 43 164 75-1
Ohio State 29-7 5 8 5-1
Syracuse 33-2 1 29 12-1
Wisconsin 26-9 15 14 25-1
Xavier 23-12 37 41 40-1

Sweet Sixteen Schedule

Thursday, March 22
East Regional - Played At TD Garden, Boston
#1 Syracuse (33-2) vs. #4 Wisconsin (26-9)
#2 Ohio State (29-7) vs. #6 Cincinnati (26-10)

West Regional - Played At U.S. Airways Center, Phoenix
#3 Marquette (27-7) vs. #7 Florida (20-10)
#1 Michigan State (29-7) vs. #4 Louisville (28-9)

Friday, March 23
South Regional - Georgia Dome, Atlanta
#1 Kentucky (34-2) vs. #4 Indiana (27-8)
#3 Baylor (29-7) vs. #10 Xavier (23-12)

Midwest Regional - Played At Edward Jones Dome, St. Louis
#1 North Carolina (31-5) vs. #13 Ohio University (29-7)
#2 Kansas (29-6) vs. #11 N.C. State (24-12)

Tonight's Betting Menu

100-Unit NIT Game Of Year Wins Tonight
This past Saturday I won my 200-Unit NCAA Game of the Year as Marquette (-5) knocked off Murray State, 62-53, and now it is time for my 100-unit NIT Game of the Year. There are just two NIT games, both quarter-final matchups, and the winners of both games are headed for New York for the championship round. Tonight it is Minnesota (21-14) at Middle Tennessee State (27-6) and Nevada (28-6) at Stanford and in one of these nationally televised (ESPN) showdowns is the winner of my 100-unit NIT Game of the Year. The betting lines on these games are tighter than a dead-heat but the circumstances in one of the contest are enough to produce a dominating winner. Get all the money with my 100-unit NIT Game of the Year for just $50, charged to your major credit card.

15-Unit NBA Underdog Wins Tonight - Won With 3 'Dogs Last Night
I am pleased to report I released two NBA underdogs last night and won both games straight up as the Sacramento Kings (+3) knocked off Memphis, 119-110 as a 25-unit play and the Phoenix Suns (+10) got the cover in a 99-95 loss at Miami as a 10-unit play. Tonight, I have rooted out another underdog that grades out as the straight up winner. This 'dog is in the right spot at the right time, needs to win and has almost all the edges. Win with this 15-unit underdog for just $15, charged to your major credit card.

25-Unit NBA Power Play Gets It Done Tonight
My Chairman's Club got the cash last night with a 25-unit play on the underdog Sacramento Kings (+3 ½) who beat the Memphis Grizzlies straight up by nine points, 119-110, and I am coming right back tonight with another 25-unit winner, a power play team that grades out with an 80% chance to cover the number. I will take down the money again and you can win this standout play for just $25, charged to your major credit card.

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