Winning 2016 College Basketball Point Spread Predictions: Florida State Seminoles at Duke Blue Devils.

Written and authored by NCAA Basketball Analyst Bobby Wallace. Charliessports.com produces it for Basketball Betting news and notes. College Basketball Premium Picks have been winning at a 71.1% rate and will continue through the 2016 NCAA Basketball March Madness Finals in April of 2016. The (16-11) Florida State Seminoles of the Atlantic Coast Conference will be on “TOBACCO ROAD” for a Conference matchup. Florida State play’s the (20-7) and eighteenth-ranked Duke Blue Devils also of the ACC in 2016 NCAA Basketball action. The teams will play at Cameron Indoor Stadium near “KRZYZEWSKIVILLE” in Durham, North Carolina. Tip-Off time is at 7:00 PM EST on the ESPN Television Network. The game is on Thursday, February 25th, 2016. The Best Sports Handicapper believes the Florida State Seminoles must play flawless basketball to get an NCAA Tournament birth. Duke broke into the top twenty-five with a few big wins lately. The Opening Betting Line has Duke as a ten-point Home Underdog Against The Spread game. The Betting Odds Total is not available for Thursday’s matchup. Read more on our Golden State Warriors at Miami Heat game write-up.

The 2016 Florida State Seminoles have dropped their last four basketball games both straight up and Against The Spread. The Seminoles lost to Virginia Tech by double digits in their last contest. Head Coach Leonard Hamilton recently go a two-year contract extension, according to in the Athletic Department. The goal of the Florida State basketball program is to make an annual appearance in the annual NCAA March Madness Tournament. The 2015-16 recruiting class is one of the best Hamilton tenures in the “STATE CAPITAL”. Football remains the number-one sport in Tallahassee, the Baseball program is also nationally known. The FSU basketball program looks to relive the day of Pat Kennedy. Bobby Sura and Sam Cassell were once players on a team that could compete with the elite in the ACC. The highly recruited Freshman backcourt combination of Malik Beasley and Dwayne Bacon will be dynamic in the future. The key to a Florida State win is to play with tempo and avoid turnovers in the intimidating environment.

The Duke Blue Devils are back in the national spotlight after a huge win over rival North Carolina on the seventeenth of this month. However, it was short-lived as their five-game winning streak was derailed in Louisville three-day later. Head Coach Mike Krzyzewski is doing a masterful job again with a young team. The future Hall of Famer watched his team grow up at the Dean Dome. Duke overcame a double-digit deficit to get the biggest win of the season. Freshman Brandon Ingram played lights out, and his draft stock is soaring after his performance in Chapel Hill. Leading scorer Grayson Allen, just a Sophomore is playing like an All-American. Freshman Guard Luke Kennard is a natural scorer and provides instant offense. Kennard, an Ohio native looks natural with the basketball in his hands. Duke may not have the team they had last season, which won the NCAA Tournament. The team is still capable of making noise in March Madness. The key to a Duke victory is to get off to a good start. Florida State is capable of pulling off the upset.

Florida State is 7-3 ATS their last ten in Cameron Indoor Stadium.

The Betting Odds Under The Total are 16-5 the last twenty-one between the teams.

Winning NCAA Basketball Picks. For Thursday, February 25th, 2016.

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