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    I’m recommending a play on Xavier plus the points on Saturday. The Musketeers can ill afford a loss here, trailing Villanova by two games in the Big East standings. Xavier played quite possibly their worst game of the season last time out, ending in a 70-56 loss to Creighton. Muskies’ coach Chris Mack was not a happy man following the loss in Omaha, calling out his team after saying they virtually ignored the gameplan right out of the blocks. XU certainly looked out of sync for most of the night and they paid for it with their third loss of the season.

    Butler seems to have a case of bad timing. This marks the second time this season they have played Xavier and both times, the Musketeers were coming off a rare loss. They were no match for an angry XU squad in Cincinnati and lost 88-69 in January. Xavier has now won 9 of the last 12 meetings at Hinkle Fieldhouse, and they’re 9-1-1 ATS in the last 11 meetings, overall.

    Butler has shot well most of the season, but not against the defensively sound Musketeers, making just 38.7% of their FGA in the first meeting. I do believe XU will throw a wrench into the Bulldogs’ offensive plans again. Finally, Butler has struggled at home against teams with a winning record, currently on a 0-5 ATS slide in this role. I’m recommending a play on Xavier plus the points on Saturday. Thanks & GL! Scott Spreitzer.

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Meet Scott Spreitzer

Scott Spreitzer grew up in a horse racing family. Scott’s Uncle, Robert Mundorf was Jockey of the Year at several tracks throughout the 1960′s. Besides having a jockey in the family, Scott was also surrounded from birth by trainers and starters. “Growing up around relatives who were all about winning to make a living, showed me the type of attitude, desire, and work ethic it takes to get the job done, year-after-year. You want to eat? You better know how to win.” … Read More