Big East Second Round Picks 3/13: St. John’s vs. Villanova Preview

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Our official St. John’s Red Storm vs. Villanova Wildcats pick is here at Cappers Info, as two great teams get set to square off on the college basketball odds. Join us for all of the great NCAA basketball predictions for what should be another great game on the college basketball schedule tonight!

Big East Tournament Second Round Picks: St. John’s Red Storm vs. Villanova Wildcats
Date: Wednesday, March 13th, 7:00 ET
Location: United Center, Chicago, IL
St. John’s vs. Villanova Live TV: ESPN2


The Villanova/St. John’s game is going to be one of these underrated games that could be a nail biter in the Big East Tournament. The Wildcats have to figure that they are going to coast in the quarterfinals here at Madison Square Garden, and if they do, they will pretty much be assured a spot in the NCAA Tournament. However, the Johnnies aren’t going to go down without a gritty fight. They might not have their tourney dreams any longer, and they might not have their best player, the suspended G D’Angelo Harrison, but they can fight and fight for the full 40 minutes. This could turn into one of those knock down, drag out games, and if that turns out to be the case, Nova could suddenly find itself in a heck of a lot of bubble trouble. Fortunately for Head Coach Jay Wright, he simply has more men that are proven to be able to step up and knock down the big time shots when they matter most, something that we just haven’t seen out of any of St. John’s players this year. Still, we want the points on our side in this one. Remember that this is a de facto home game for the Red Storm. It might feel as such when this one comes right down to the wire.

St. John’s vs. Villanova Pick: St. John’s Red Storm +4.5
Big East Tournament Second Round Predictions: Villanova 64 – St. John’s 62

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