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Underdog Fantasy College Basketball Picks For January 28th
Underdog Pick Em Record (Est 12/1/2023)
All Pick Em Selections: 54-31-3 (63.5%)
Spicy Multiplier Picks: 1-0 (100%)
Perfect 3-0 Pick Em Entries: 4-24 (-0.6 units)
Aaron Scott (North Texas) Higher Than 16.5 PRA
Florida Atlantic has played with their food recently in AAC conference play. Their defense has been questionable, to say the least, poor, and disappointing at the most. If the Owls overlook North Texas, they could find themselves in trouble here.
Mean Green Junior forward Aaron Scott is somebody I want to target, given FAU’s questionable frontcourt health. Scott has cleared 16.5 points, rebounds, and assists in six of his last seven games. He is averaging 19 PRA per game this season, and this player projection has cashed in 13 of Scott’s 19 games.
Kenan Blackshear (Nevada) Higher Than 8.5 Rebounds + Assists
Recently Nevada and Head Coach Steve Alford have had success against New Mexico. If the Wolf Pack plan to keep this one close, they will need their star guard, Kenan Blackshear, to be involved big time.
Blackshear has recorded more than 8.5 rebounds and assists in six of his last seven games. This player projection is also 13-7 on the season.
Quincy Olivari (Xavier) Higher Than 21.5 PRA
Xavier is a big-sized dog to UConn in this Big East bout. In order for the Musketeers to keep this thing close, Quincy Olivari will need to put the team on his back once again.
Olivari has flashed higher than 21.5 points, rebounds, and assists in six of Xavier’s eight Big East games and against nine of the 12 high majors the Musketeers have faced so far this season. This player projection is also 13-6 on the season.
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