Pick 35:- Jeremy Roach Over 14.5 Points (-110)

Duke @ Tennessee

Pine Sports is hyped for the upcoming NCAA game between Duke and Tennessee, and we're putting our money on Jeremy Roach to dominate the 14.5 points line. Let's work together to win big and show the sports world what we're made of. 

What's up, Pine Sports squad? We're back with another hot take on the NCAA action, and this time we're talking about Duke's rising star, Jeremy Roach. This dude has been on fire lately, and we're betting he'll keep the heat coming in the upcoming game against Tennessee.

Now, we know the Vols have a solid defense, but we're not scared to back Roach to cover his 14.5 points line. Why? Because we're all about working together to win bets, and we've got some solid reasons to believe Roach will come through for us.

First off, Duke is on a 10-game winning streak, and Roach has been a key player in their recent success. He's been putting up some serious points, and he's been clutch from the free-throw line. We love to see that kind of consistency, and we're confident Roach will bring his A-game against Tennessee.

Secondly, let's not forget that the Vols are missing their point guard, Zakai Zeigler, who's out with an injury. This is a big blow to their offense, and it's likely to impact their overall performance. We're not saying Tennessee won't put up a fight, but we think Duke's momentum and Roach's recent form will give them the edge they need to come out on top.

Of course, we know there's no such thing as a "sure thing" in sports betting, but we're feeling pretty good about Roach's chances to crush that 14.5 points line. We're all in this together, and we're ready to work hard and win big.

So, Pine Sports fam, let's rally behind Jeremy Roach and the Blue Devils as they take on the Tennessee Volunteers. We're ready to show the sports world what we're made of and cash in on some bets. Stay tuned to Pine Sports for more in-depth analysis, stats, and betting tips as we continue to navigate the wild world of sports together. Let's go, Roach, and let's go, Duke!