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Tipico Sportsbook and FTN: College Basketball Parlay of the Day

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by Brad Evans - FTN - April 05, 2021

Tipico Sportsbook and FTN: CBB Parlay of the Day

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Multiple times each week, FTN Bets’ resident college basketball junkie, Brad Evans, will attempt to posterize the ‘books with his favorite selections, whether sides, totals, teasers or parlays. As always, fade or follow Brad’s picks — fading is encouraged — that’s up to you.

2-leg alternative line parlay play: Baylor (+8.5), Baylor/Gonzaga OVER (155.5)

Odds: +140

Leg 1: Baylor +8.5

In a matchup that possibly only rivals Miley Cyrus covering songs to a roaring crowd of 30 in pure entertainment terms (Kidding!), college basketball fans, thanks to Jalen Suggs’ HUEVOS GIGANTES, finally get the game we’ve clamored for the entire season. And, raising the stakes, it’s for the whole damn enchilada. Similar to the toughness and resolve UCLA exhibited, Baylor will keep this one close from start to finish. Yes, Gonzaga is the nation’s most eruptive offense, totaling a ridiculous 1.307 points per possession this NCAA Tournament, but the Bears’ ability to barrage opponents with threes (38.0 3PT% in NCAAT), implies it can and likely will erase deficits, big or small. Jared Butler, Davion Mitchell, MaCio Teague and Adam Flagler are more than capable of matching the Bulldogs blow for blow. Defend the interior as it did against Houston, and it could hoist the hardware come night’s end.

Leg 2: Baylor vs. Gonzaga (OVER 155.5)

Assuming I’m applying the obscure and meandering metaphor correctly, Sir Charles, Baylor/Gonzaga is a game full of Jims, not Joes. They are, after all, the No. 1 (Gonzaga) and No. 2 (Baylor) ranked teams in points per possession scored on the season. Each showcases superb scorers at every position. Each can inflict damage when on near proximity, midrange or outside shots. More importantly for the over’s sake, each pushes the pace whenever possible. In a free-flowing contest that will resemble an NBA game, 0.5 might be the over/under on shot-clock expirations. It’s also important to note Baylor is on an OVERs tear, eclipse the proposed total in 14 of its last 17 games. Unless the Bulldogs are completely exhausted after the UCLA thriller, Monday’s title game should finish in the 80s.

Brad's Game Picks and Season Record

4/3 (L) – Houston vs. Baylor (first half ML) and UCLA vs. Gonzaga (UNDER 151.5) Record: (32-37)

3/30 (W) – USC (+13.5) vs. Gonzaga and UCLA (+12.5) vs. Michigan Record: (32-36)

3/29 (W) – Oregon St. vs. Houston (UNDER 135.5) and Arkansas (+10.5) vs. Baylor Record: (32-35)

3/28 (L) – Creighton (+12.5) vs. Gonzaga and Oregon vs. USC (ML) Record: (31-35)

3/27 (L) – Oregon St. vs. Loyola-Chicago (-3.5) and Oral Roberts vs. Arkansas (-8.5) Record: (31-34)

3/22 (L) – Ohio (+8.5) vs. Creighton and USC (ML) vs. Kansas Record: (31-33)

3/21 (W) – Wisconsin vs. Baylor (-3.5) and Texas Tech vs. Arkansas (+4.5) Record: (31-32)

3/20 (W) – Ohio (+9.5) vs. Virginia and Abilene Christian (+11.5) vs. Texas Record: (30-32)

3/19 (W) – Loyola-Chicago (ML) vs. Georgia Tech and Oral Roberts (+18.5) vs. Ohio St. Record: (29-32)

3/18 (L) – UCLA vs. Michigan St. (ML) and Wichita St. vs. Drake (ML) Record: (28-32)

3/14 (W) – VCU vs. St. Bonaventure (ML) and Ohio St. vs. Illinois (ML) Record: (28-31)

3/13 (W) – Iowa vs. Illinois (ML) and Tennessee vs. Alabama (ML) Record: (27-31)

3/12 (W) – UConn (+4.5) vs. Creighton and Oklahoma St. (+12.5) vs. Baylor Record: (26-31)

3/11 (L) – Kentucky (ML) vs. Mississippi St. and Boise St. vs. Nevada (+8.5) Record: (25-31)

3/10 (L) – Butler vs. Xavier (-3.5) and Washington vs. Utah (-3.5) Record: (25-30)

3/9 (W) – Boston College vs. Duke (-9.5) and Notre Dame vs. Wake Forest (OVER 137.5) Record: (25-29)

3/8 (W) – St. Mary's vs. Gonzaga (-14.5) and Pepperdine (+12.5) vs. BYU Record: (24-29)

3/7 (W) – Wisconsin at Iowa (-3.5) and Texas tech at Baylor (-5.5) Record: (23-29)

3/6 (L) – Illinois (+5.5) at Ohio St. and Virginia at Louisville (+5.5) Record: (22-29)

3/5 (L) – Colorado St. (+2.5) at Nevada and Georgia Tech (-5.5) at Wake Forest Record: (22-28)

3/4 (L) – Texas at Oklahoma (ML) and Michigan St. (+16.5) at Michigan Record: (22-27)

3/3 (W) – New Mexico at Colorado St. (-13.5) and UCLA at Oregon (ML) Record: (22-26)

3/2 (W) – Illinois (+11.5) at Michigan and Baylor at West Virginia (+7.5) Record: (21-26)

3/1 (L) – Dayton at St. Bonaventure (-3.5) and Oklahoma at Oklahoma St. (+4.5) Record: (20-26)

2/28 (L) – Michigan St. (+7.5) at Maryland and Iowa at Ohio St. (ML) Record: (20-25)

2/27 (L) – Creighton at Xavier (+8.5) and Florida St. (ML) at North Carolina Record: (20-24)

2/26 (L) – Drake (-4.5) at Bradley and Purdue at Penn St. (+4.5) Record: (20-23)

2/25 (L) – Iowa at Michigan (ML) and Northwestern at Minnesota (-1.5) Record: (20-22)

2/24 (L) – Alabama at Arkansas (OVER 153.5) and Florida St. (-8.5) at Miami Record: (20-21)

2/23 (W) – Illinois at Michigan St. (+11.5) and Kansas (+7.5) at Texas Record: (20-20)

2/22 (L) – Syracuse at Duke (ML) and Oregon (+7.5) at USC Record: (19-20)

2/21 (L) – Michigan at Ohio St. (ML) and Evansville at Drake (-9.5) Record: (19-19)

2/20 (L) – West Virginia (+8.5) at Texas and Arizona at USC (-3.5) Record: (19-18)

2/19 (L) – St. Louis (-2.5) at Dayton and Utah St. at Boise St. (ML) Record: (19-17)

2/18 (W) – Gonzaga (-16.5) at St. Mary's and Rutgers at Michigan (-5.5) Record: (19-16)

2/17 (W) – Minnesota at Indiana (-2.5) and Utah St. at Boise St. (ML) Record: (18-16)

2/16 (W) – Michigan St. at Purdue (-2.5) and Florida at Arkansas (ML) Record: (17-16)

2/15 (L) – Virginia (+4.5) at Florida St. and Washington at Washington St. (-4.5) Record: (16-16)

2/14 (L) – Michigan at Wisconsin (+5.5) and Minnesota at Maryland (ML) Record: (16-15)

2/13 (W) – Loyola-Chicago (ML) at Drake and Indiana at Ohio St. (-2.5) Record: (16-14)

2/11 (W) – Purdue at Minnesota (ML) and Eastern Kentucky at Belmont (-7.5) Record: (15-14)

2/10 (L) – Rutgers (+9.5) at Iowa and Virginia (ML) at Georgia Tech Record: (14-14)

2/9 (W) – Notre Dame (+10.5) at Duke and West Virginia (+9.5) at Texas Tech Record:(14-13)

2/7 (L) – Iowa (ML) at Indiana and California (+15.5) at Stanford Record: (13-13)

2/6 (W) – Wisconsin at Illinois (ML) and North Carolina (+7.5) at Duke Record: (13-12)

2/5 (L) – Boise St. (ML) at Nevada and George Mason at Dayton (-2.5) Record: (12-12)

2/4 (W) – Ohio St. (+9.5) at Iowa and Washington at Oregon St. (-2.5) Record: (12-11)

2/3 (W) – Virginia (-4.5) at NC St. and LSU at Alabama (-4.5) Record: (11-11)

2/2 (L) – Michigan St. at Iowa (-8.5) and Baylor (-2.5) at Texas Record: (10-11)

1/31 (L) – Illinois St. at Drake (-14.5) and Washington St. at Washington (ML) Record: (10-10)

1/30 (L) – Oregon St. (+16) at UCLA and Notre Dame at Pitt (ML) Record: (10-9)

1/29 (W) – Boise St. (+2.5) at Colorado St. and Iowa (+6.5) at Illinois Record: (10-8)

1/28 (W) – Oregon St. (+16.5) at USC and Gonzaga (-24.5) at San Diego (9-8)

1/27 (L) – Penn State at Ohio St. (-4.5) and Utah St. (-3.5) at UNLV Record: (8-8)

1/26 (W) – Missouri at Auburn (ML) and Georgia Tech (+9.5) at Duke Record: (8-7)

1/23 (W) – Clemson at Florida St. (-2.5) and Miss. St. at Alabama (-5.5) Record: (7-7)

1/22 (W) – Michigan (ML) at Purdue and Fresno St. at Boise St. (-10.5) Record: (6-7)

1/21 (L) – Indiana at Iowa (-7.5) and Colorado St. at Utah St. (-4.5) Record: (5-7)

1/20 (L) – Tulsa (+18.5) at Houston and Fresno St. at Boise St. (-11.5) Record: (5-6)

1/19 (W) – Maryland at Michigan (-6.5) and Duke at Pittsburgh (+7.5) Record: (5-5)

1/17 (W) – Penn St. at Purdue (ML) and Memphis at Tulsa (+4.5) Record: (4-5)

1/16 (L) – Kentucky at Auburn (ML) and Washington at UCLA (-11.5) Record: (3-5)

1/15 (W) – Wisconsin (+2) at Rutgers and Marshall at Western Kentucky (ML) Record: (3-4)

1/14 (W) – San Diego St. at Utah St. (+2.5) and Purdue (+7.5) at Indiana Record: (2-4)

1/13 (L) – Texas Tech at Texas (ML) and Northwestern at Ohio St. (-3.5) Record: (1-4)

1/12 (L) – Wisconsin (+7.5) at Michigan and Duke at Virginia Tech (+5.5) Record: (1-3)

1/10 (L) – Minnesota at Iowa (OVER 158.5) and Maryland at Illinois (-5.5) Record: (1-2)

1/9 (W) – Oklahoma at Kansas (-2.5) and Kentucky (+8.5) at Florida Record: (1-1)

1/8 (L) – Purdue at Michigan State (ML) and Dayton at Davidson (-3.5) Record: (0-1)

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