LINE: LSU -7.5, o/u: 156.5
ATS PICK: LSU
These two athletic departments are going through a whole lot of fun right now for vastly different reasons.
The Will Wade situation at LSU matters to a point, but the team managed to play well enough without him, and now it has had time to adapt and adjust.
Yale can make threes, but it doesn’t shoot them. It has to rely on hitting the boards, putting up points in bunches, and hitting shots from the inside.
Yeah, good luck with that against this LSU team.
The Tigers led the SEC in offensive rebounds and dominate at attacking the ball.
They were able to beat Tennessee, Kentucky, all but ended Alabama’s dream at getting into the NCAA’s, and beat Florida on the road a week before the SEC Tournament.
Yale has been fantastic against Ivy League teams, and it beat Miami, but it also lost to Duke by 33, got dropped by NCAA 13-seed Vermont by nine, and …
LSU will be off to the races after focusing at least 15 turnovers.