West Virginia Mountaineers vs. Kentucky Wildcats Free Pick 03/26/15
Play Kentucky Wildcats -13 10*!
There’s been plenty of talk about how the West Virginia press is going to give Kentucky trouble and that Mountaineers head coach Bob Huggins has Calipari’s number. I believe this will have the Wildcats 100% locked in on this matchup and I look for it to get ugly in a hurry. Kentucky has the size and talent at the guard positions to pick apart this West Virginia press, which is going to create a lot of easy baskets. The other big key here is that the Mountaineers are going to struggle to score against this Kentucky defense and the ball has to go in the basket for them to set their pressure. One team that has a lot of six and athleticism in the Big 12 is Baylor and the Bears won all 3 meetings against the Mountaineers by double-digits. Roll Kentucky -13!
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