College Basketball Predictions - A Recap from the 2012-13 Season
by Doc's Sports - 6/11/2013
It was another banner college basketball year for Doc’s Sports Services, as five of our seven handicappers turned a profit on the year and we’d like to give you $60 in free college basketball predictions to prove our value. (info at the end of this article) The team came charging out of the gate, posting a combined November profit topping $10,000 in cash. That is immediate return on investment and they want to top that this season with our college basketball predictions.
Last year included another dynamite performance from unquestionably the two best college basketball handicappers in the country in Doc’s Sports and Robert Ferringo. That duo combined for nearly $12,000 in profit on the year just one season after they combined to burn the books for $25,000 in winnings. That is an unreal $37,000 in profit for $100-per-Unit backers over two seasons from these two explosive handicappers. If you are not playing their picks you are costing yourself money.
Doc’s Sports was the pace setter for the season, taking in $6,500 in profit on the year. They went on an absolutely amazing three-month run to open up the season, going 92-62-5 for an astounding $10,000 in profit. That means clients DOUBLED their bankrolls in just three months and that is as good of a run as you will ever see. In fact, Doc’s has posted two of three monster seasons. Doc’s hit 11 plays rated 6.0 or up, including two thrilling 8-Unit Game of the Year winners, and they intend to pick up where they left off when play resumes this fall.
Robert Ferringo has been the gold standard of college basketball handicapping for the past half-decade, producing five consecutive winning seasons for nearly $30,000 in profit. He is just one month away from having seven straight winning years overall. Robert has been the best nonconference hoops handicapper in the country and over the last seven years has banked almost $50,000 in profit with his early season picks. Robert has turned a profit in 15 of 17 college hoops months and banged the books for over $7,000 after opening night last year. He is going to pad that brilliant resume this winter.
The Vegas Sports Informer posted a perfect 2-0 night to start the season and never looked back, proving once again why he is one of the best multi-sport handicappers in the country. VSI was in the black the entire 2012-13 season, finishing up with $3,800 in profit on the year and matching the amount he won in the 2011-12 campaign. VSI hit eight straightwinning picks in January and roasted the books for an 11-3 burst in mid-March. That is $7,600 over the past two seasons and it is just par for the course for one of the best in the business.
Strike Point Sports made it back-to-back winning seasons thanks to a blistering start to the year. SPS chalked up $7,000 in profit between Nov. 13 and Jan. 13 and dominated the sports books through the holidays. They have secured 92 of 130 winning college basketball weeks – an unrivaled testament to long-term consistency – and were at their best with their with top college basketball predictions, going 106-58 on plays of 5.0 or higher.
Jason Sharpe caught fire when conference play began and went on a coolly efficient 57 percent run over the last three months of the year. Sharpe banked $3,400 in profit while closing the season hitting 58 of 102 selections. He won his NCAA Tournament Game of the Year with Michigan over Syracuse in the Final Four and that locked up two of three winning years for this concise handicapper. Sharpe is going to keep it rolling this winter.
Indian Cowboy had a down season on the whole, but it was not without some stellar moments. He had a superb rush in early January by going 9-1 for $2,300 in cash. And he topped that to begin March, ripping off a 13-2 run that produced $4,400 in profit for his backers. He will be back with a vengeance this winter.
Allen Eastman got off to a sizzling start last fall, raking in $2,800 in profit in the first two weeks of the year. Eastman faltered down the stretch but he still has nearly 30 years of handicapping experience and will build on that when the 2013-14 season opens up this November. He is one of the most consistent earners in the country and will have a huge bounce back year.
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