Kentucky (-11) over Mississippi- It has been a volatile last week for the 20-1 Kentucky Wildcats. Two more violent outbursts by DeMarcus Cousins, an unhappy John Wall spouting off, and their first loss of the season. Ole' Miss comes in with five players averaging double figures in point, the only problem is, none of them are over 6'7''. Forget all the nonsense of the past seven days, the Wildcats are back at Rupp, the Cousins/Patrick Patterson combo is an unstoppable force, and Coach Calipari is one of the best in the business at handling young, immature talent.
Michigan State (+2) over Wisconsin- The Wisconsin Badgers will look to hand Michigan State their first loss in Big Ten play at the Kohl Center. While the Spartans haven't lost since 12/22, they haven't won a game by more than ten points in a month. Will this be the night the close calls turn against them? Not if MSU's big athletic forwards have anything to do with it. Keep an eye on the duel between two top flight guards Kalin Lucas and Trevon Hughes, both average 16 PPG.
BYU (-19) over TCU- Reigning Mountain West Conference champions BYU are on there way to another title. TCU is so bad that they give up more points per game than they score. National Player of the Year contender Jimmer Fredette has shot 48% from long range while other guard Tyler Haws has hit 41% of threes. BYU will cover and then some.
Last Night: 2-1