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Underdog Fantasy College Basketball Picks For January 29th
Underdog Pick Em Record (Est 12/1/2023)
All Pick Em Selections: 54-34-3 (61.4%)
Spicy Multiplier Picks: 1-0 (100%)
Perfect 3-0 Pick Em Entries: 4-25 (-0.8 units)
Hunter Cattoor (Virginia Tech) Higher Than 11.5 Points
Virginia Tech finds themselves in a great spot against a nicked-up Duke team. The Blue Devils have their Tobacco Road rivals, North Carolina, up next, but they’ve lost five of their last six games in Blacksburg. In games where Hunter Cattoor did not get injured, the higher than 11.5 points is 9-1 against high major competition.
Mark Mitchell (Duke) Lower Than 7 Rebounds
For the same reasoning that I think Virginia Tech will challenge Duke, this may not be a Mark Mitchell game. This player projection is 13-3 on the season, and I’ll tail the strong trend.
Emanuel Sharp (Houston) Higher Than 13.5 PRA
Emanuel Sharp has eclipsed 13.5 points, rebounds, and assists 15 times this season. Houston has had this date with Texas circled on their schedule since the beginning of the season. Sharp has played his best against high-major competition, cashing this player projection in seven of those ten games.
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