Sunday, March 22, 2009

O'Hoolix's picks day 4

Okay ladies and germs, O'Hoolix went 2-1 yesterday with victories on UCONN and WKU. While Maryland got hammered by Memphis. Two great endings with the Zags hitting a runner with .9 seconds left and Duke squeaking by Texas which could have at least tied the game or won if they would have gotten a rebound.

I am excited for today's games because my boy Raftery will be working them. I love "the kiiiiiissssssssssss off the glass" line! He really gets into the games. I still miss Al McGuire when he did the games, he had some great lines and insight as well. Anyway, you want winners, O'Hoolix wants winners, here you go:

KANSAS -8: I don't think Dayton is any better than ND ST and Kansas looked good against them. I'll take the Jayhawks.

SYRACUSE -2.5: I think the Orangemen are tough in close games, after all didn't they play like 10 of them the other night?

SIENA +11.5: See my write up the other day on Siena.

MISSOURI -3: Their pressure will be too much for Marquette. If James was 100% I might like the (insert lame nickname here where a cool hard-ass Indian name used to be).

MICH ST -4: Should be close, but I think State has too much D for the Trojans.

Yesterday 2-1
Total: 7-5-1

Good luck and enjoy the games.

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2 Comments:

Blogger Slut Bunwalla said...

What a stunning moment of glory: a 5-0 day for O'Hoolix! Two of the games covered for you by one point...if only you had a 5-team parlay going.

By my tally, that makes you 12-5-1 for the first weekend of the NCAA Tournament.

Not bad, indeed.

P.S. I think you need to add these tags: Bill Raftery, Al McGuire, and Point Spreads.

I'll look forward to next weekend's picks...

March 23, 2009 at 1:13 AM  
Blogger F.S. O'Hoolix said...

Why Mr. Bunnwalla, or can I call you Slut? Thank you for correcting my math, O'hoolix has been distracted with all the action. Next weeks picks are coming soon!

F.S.

March 23, 2009 at 7:06 PM  

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