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Free NCAAB Odds and Game Predictions

The Sim Line is the median point spread (for team with higher ROT#) and median over-under value based on the simulations

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Point Spread Over/Under Money Line
601 Villanova
602 North Carolina
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O 149.5
U 149.5
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Welcome to March Madness, 2015 style. Before the madness takes hold, you need to get on board the AccuScore money train. Above, you'll get access to the AccuScore computers picks against the spread, on the moneyline, and on totals for every division one college basketball game. At this point, though, it’s all about the NCAA tournament, so that’s what we’re talking about. We’ve been simulating games all season, and our computer has a printable March Madness bracket that shares the computer’s preference for every possible matchup in the bit dance. The intelligent gamble, however, wins all season long, and that's why every expert pick by our computer is rated on a 4-star system. The higher the star value, the more trends support the computer's picks.

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With over 300 teams and 5,000 games there is simply too much action in College Basketball for anyone to use us without relying on a proven Betting Systems. For that reason we always make it a point to tell you where to find value and what games fit the criteria. With the NCAA tournament here, the trends are set and the time for winning is now.

For example, when the Over/Under line was 145.5 or higher, AccuScore was 210-157, 57.2% with a healthy profit of 3,739 units. There are countless other trends AccuScore keeps track of and shares with members to utilize at the perfect moment. For 2014, the NCAA tournament is that perfect moment.

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