Yesterday in the NCAA tournament there were a few upsets but for the most part the favorites held on and covered ATS. But don't start falling in love with the favorites as usually the 2nd day has more upsets than the first day anyway. Craig's handicappers at were on fire yesterday make sure you come get all of their sports capping picks!!   Craig Trapp has this ACC and Big Ten Clash as a key game of the first round of the NCAA Tournament.  Not necessarily because one of these teams can win it all but more to see how the two conferences do against each other. Take a look at records and trends below!

Team records:

  • Wisconsin: 19-12 SU, 12-16-1 ATS
  • Florida State: 25-9 SU, 18-9-1 ATS

Wisconsin most recently:

  • When playing on Friday are 9-1
  • Wisconsin is 1-4 ATS in its last 5 games
  • After a loss are 5-5

Florida State most recently:

  • When playing on Friday are 6-4
  • Florida State is 11-5 ATS in its last 16 games
  • After a loss are 9-1

Sitting your conference power rankings before the NCAA Tournament can be a key indicator for the both bracket winners and ATS winners. Craig had the ACC ranked #2 and the Big Ten as #4. How do we use this to help pick winners. Easy in this match up Craig had the game as -6 FSU and even at that number still liked FSU. Pretty simple in this game Tony Douglas is the best scoring guard in the tournament and Wisconsin has not faced anybody nearly as good as him all year. Last loss to Ohio State the badgers struggled to stop  Turner which is not as good as Douglas. This game might get out of hand early and with the style of Wisconsin might be trouble for them coming back. This spread is a gift and love it.  SCORE  FSU 72 - WISC 63

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