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Claim Your College Basketball Package Hey , March Madness Day 1 Recap: And so the Madness begins!

Claim Your College Basketball Package Hey , March Madness Day 1 Recap:  And so the Madness begins! To start off the day #13 Furman beat #4 Virginia in utterly ridiculous fashion. Furman was losing with a minute to go before Virginia had the ultimate collapse which was completed by Senior Point Guard Kihei Clark. With Virginia up 2 with 8 seconds to go all the Cavs needed to do was inbound the ball, get fouled, and knock down a couple free throws. Instead, Kihei Clark was trapped in the corner and then for no apparent reason launched the ball down the court. Furman’s Garrett Hien stole the ball and dished it to JP Pegues who drained a game winning 3 pointer with 2 seconds to go. The craziest part about this? It wasn’t even the most monumental collapse of the day! That belongs to #2 Arizona who completely fell apart in the final 5 minutes vs #15 Princeton. With 4:45 left to play in the game Arizona’s Azuolas Tubelis made a layup to give Arizona a 55-50 lead. Arizona would not score a point the rest of the game and Princeton would slowly chip away at the lead. Ultimately the final score would be Princeton 59 Arizona 55, and for the third year in a row a 15 seed has beaten a 2 seed in the first round. What will today’s games have in store? Tune in to find out! --- When it comes to making picks, we don't like "guessing". We use a time-tested system that looks at real-world data, such as points from the prior game, field goal percentage and favorites vs. underdogs (among other filters) to determine what would have been the most successful approach over the past 18 years. And that data has resulted in the following performance... Over the last 10 years (assuming you used $100 per pick), the system has won $22,057.60. Over the last 2 years it has won $4,051.60. And just last year it won $1,709.80. (past performance is no guarantee of future results) Enjoying plenty of action AND making a fat return is what this strategy was built for. The picks are analyzed and posted in your online account each day by 11:00 AM ET. It couldn't be simpler. So, what's the price for access to red-hot research, that has generated an average of $2,205.76 per year? You might be thinking $1,000. Or maybe $500 with a discount... Nope! Not even close... Because to celebrate March Madness tipping off, you can get access to our research from now until the end of the tournament, for just $47 So just 1 winning pick, could cover the cost of the entire MARCH MADNESS tournament... nearly 2 times over! That's how confident we are in our research. We'll let you try it for a tiny fraction of the retail price, expecting that you'll become a fan for life after seeing this action. But you have to act quick... [You can use this link to join me and the other insiders with an ENTIRE tournament of picks for just $47…Â]( Best regards, Olin G. Head of Research at Juicy Wagers   [Go Here to Get Your Picks Now - Only $47 for the Whole Tournament!](     JuicyWagers.com is a publisher and the information provided through its products and services are for informational purposes only. To the extent any such information is deemed to be advice, such information is impersonal and not tailored to the needs of any specific person. JuicyWagers.com and its affiliates are not responsible for any actions taken by a user of their published information. Headley Investment Analysis, Inc., 201 West Vine Street, Lexington, Kentucky 40507, United States You may [unsubscribe]( or [change your contact details]( at any time.

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