Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Wednesday's Game Predictions

3-0 in Tuesday's Games. Virginia Tech and Georgia Tech came down to what would have been a last second tip-in that was waved off because of an over the back call on Jeremis Smith. The call gave the Hokies two free throws with 0.5 second left, which they made one to give them a a 65-64 win.

Clemson @ FSU 7:00
Both teams are coming off tough home losses and face a crucial game in hopes of separating themselves from the conglomerate in the middle of the ACC. This game will come right down to the end, but I think Clemson is good enough to win this one on the road.
Prediction: Clemson

Virginia @ NC State 7:00 FSN
Virginia came back to earth this weekend and faces another tough test at the Wolfpack. NC State scrapped out a tough fought win at Clemson. Pack should win this one fairly comfortably at home.
Prediction: NC State

Duke @ BC 9:00 ESPN
Should be the best game of the night and possibly an upset. BC poses one of Duke's biggest remaining threats to an undefeated conference season. The atmosphere should be electric in the Conte Forum, but Duke gets it done on the road.
Prediction: Duke

Alabama @ Georgia 7:30
Alabama is on a winning streak of late after starting the season slow. Georgia is the reverse mode having a tough go as of late. Stegeman Coliseum is a tough place to play for any opponent. I think Georgia wins, but it will take everything they have to pull it off
Prediction: Georgia

Vanderbilt @ Tennessee 7:30
Can anyone stop Bruce Pearl and the Volunteers right now? My guess is that it won't be Vanderbilt.
Predicition: Tennessee

Auburn @ LSU 8:00
Auburn got its first conference win Saturday, but don't look for a second one in Baton Rouge.
Prediction: LSU

Kentucky @ Miss. St 8:00 JP
Kentucky may have started to hit their stride though they still find a way to dig themselves into a whole early in games. The Bulldogs need a win bad, but the Wildcats and Rajon Rondo will be too much.
Prediction: Kentucky

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