O'Sullivan's Friday Ivy Pick: Harvard vs Princeton in a Covid make-up – they play each other again Sunday
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Seattle O’Sullivan 2021-2022 ACC season so far: 45-67, -$450.86
Seattle O’Sullivan 2021-2022 Ivy League season so far: 53–42-1, +$248.22
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Harvard Crimson at Princeton Tigers, 7 pm Eastern
The Pick: Princeton -330, bet $25 to win $7.58; Princeton -7.5 (-110), bet $6 to win $5.46
Princeton has been crushing opponents lately, winning their last four games by an average of 23 points, and they’re 12-1 at home. Harvard is in a chaotic spot right now, with their head coach Tommy Amaker largely considered to be a top candidate for the future Georgetown job. I think the Tigers will win, but the spread scares me a little bit, so I’ll make a small play on a steep money line with a little taste on the spread. Both teams need to win, but Harvard needs it especially badly. They’re in the Ivy League Tournament right now but only a half-game ahead of fifth-place Cornell. I think Princeton’s much better, and I think they’ll win, but I’m hedging a little bit against the all-out, throw-in-the-kitchen-sink effort by the Crimson.