Thursday, Mar. 5

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Tennessee-South Carolina matchup updated to correct final score 8:56 p.m. ET
As Tennessee was the winner, no other adjustment will be made.

Tennessee-South Carolina game mistakenly marked Final at halftime 8:17 p.m. ET
Our apologies for the technical difficulty. The team scores will be corrected after the game is completed and Streakers will be rescored accordingly if necessary.

Soccer Match Postponed, Tournament Challenge StreakMaster Group 10:48 a.m. ET
Our English Conference Conference match has been postponed due to heavy snow in the local area of Weymouth. The picks have been unlocked.
Also, The StreakMaster has created his own "celebrity" Tournament Challenge group for all to join. Play Tournament Challenge!

Today's Preview
We head to Palm Beach Gardens in Florida for the PGA Honda Classic. The best matchup on the course is between Ernie Els and Camilo Villegas. Both golfers have the same odds to win the group. Our second group tees off at 12:34 a.m. ET, with some expert's favorite, Robert Allenby against American, Boo Weekley.

Our English Conference matchup features a "total goals" matchup between York City and Weymouth with the over/under at 2.5 goals.

On the hardwood we have South Carolina (-2) hosting Tennessee, Providence against Villanova in a "more three-pointers" matchup, a pair of team scoring leaders in Chris Wright (Dayton) and Derrick Brown (Xavier) battling it out for more points and a "total points" prop between California and Arizona. Don't forget about CP3 and Dirk in a higher total matchup. Both superstars should be in the 33-35 range.



NCAA Basketball: No. 23 Illinois at Penn State
The Nittany Lions need a win on Senior Night to punch a potential ticket to the "Big Dance," and there is no better opponent for that "big win" than Illinois. The Fighting Illini are favored by two on the road but this matchup has "StreakMaster Trap" written all over it.

Yesterday's Results
Streakers finally get bitten by The StreakMaster, finishing the day with a miserable 26.6 overall winning percentage. Boston College and Oklahoma did some damage to our leaderboard but so did Inter Milan, who took down our former leader.