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Final Four and Championship Game Point Spreads – A Look Back

April 15, 2020

All we seem to hear about these days is the pandemic Covid-19 that has taken away our normal way of life and stripped sports from us. If you are like me, you are sick of hearing about the virus. But, to not mention it in an article that is only being written because of it […]

Big 12: Kansas Slightly Favored over Sooners, Mountaineers and Cyclones

March 9, 2016

The end of the season Big 12 Conference tournament tips of on Wednesday with Kansas as the favorites but West Virginia, Oklahoma, and Iowa State ready to challenge the Jayhawks. Just two Big 12 teams have losing records which means as many as seven could be chosen this weekend for the Big Dance. However, unlike […]

Public Betting #’s on Today’s Top NCAA Hoops

March 5, 2016

The betting lines for today’s top college basketball matchups have been available in Vegas and some online sportsbooks now since last night. It’s a good idea to take a look at what the public has done with the existing number. What is the general public consensus on the big games? Here are a few games we […]

How Top 10 Fared Last Week in College Basketball SU and ATS

February 29, 2016

The NCAA basketball regular season is coming to a close. Here is a quick look at how the AP Top 10 fared last week in terms of betting, especially against the spread, as the NCAA tournament quickly approaches. No. 1 ranked Villanova will likely drop from the top ranking on Monday when the new rankings […]

College Basketball Rusty Dogs are Not a Good Bet

February 22, 2016

Usually, the first rule that good handicappers apply is finding a dog that has a realistic chance at winning outright. That is due to three things that could happen when betting on dogs, and two of the three are good. However, there are in certain situations dogs that might reach up and bite that same […]

Top 25 Ranked Teams Hot and Not Hot Against the Spread

February 11, 2016

With the NFL no over for another season, the sports betting spotlight focuses on the NBA and NCAA men’s basketball. The NBA is approaching its All-Star Game break and will not have games between Friday and next Thursday. The NCAA basketball season continues with conference games, as teams prepare for their end of the regular […]

NCAA Men’s Basketball Rule Changes Made to Increase Scoring

December 23, 2015

As college football continues its bowl season, the NFL winds its way to its postseason and the NBA continues its 82-game road show, college basketball will soon start its conference schedule. During the summer, while most bettors were out enjoying the sun, NCAA basketball officials made a few rule changes that could change the outcomes […]

Kentucky, Duke and Kansas Co-Favorites for NCAA Basketball Title

December 16, 2015

The NCAA men’s basketball tournament is still over three months away, but odds makers have updated their futures boards. Conference schedules are looming in the background and schools will make a break for exams and the holidays. Nevertheless, odds makers are always at work fine-tuning their odds. In the latest odds to be released, three […]

Profitable College Basketball Teams Bettors May Not Know About

December 14, 2015

College basketball is in full swing and will get some more attention from bettors before the college football bowl season begins this weekend. Through the first month of the season a number of college basketball team have earned good money for those bettors backing them. Some of the teams are in major conferences while others […]

No Clear Cut College Basketball Favorite as Season Opens

November 13, 2015

Many of the offshore sportsbooks and Vegas odds makers have posted college basketball tips off its season on Friday without a clear cut betting favorite to win the NCAA Title in 2016, according to the odds that. The usual teams seemed to have risen to the top of the futures boards, but no team has […]