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College Basketball Betting Free Play: St. Peter's Peacocks at Manhattan Jaspers

02.03.2014     08:24 AM     Rob Veno     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Rob Veno

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Note: Tonight's game has been canceled.

St. Peter's at Manhattan -13.5
Recommendation: Manhattan


Inopportune time for slumping St. Peter’s to visit conference power Manhattan which is off back-to-back losses. Even more frustrating for the Jaspers is the fact that their consecutive losses came against MAAC upper echelon teams Iona and Quinnipiac which dropped Manhattan from a first place tie down to a fourth place tie in the league standings. Tonight’s step down in class figures to be the perfect elixir for head coach Steve Masiello’s troops who already handled St. Peter’s rather easily 74-62 in Jersey City a month ago. The matchup of Manhattan’s stifling, pressure style defense versus the Peacocks mediocre, slow tempo offense was disastrous for St. Peter’s in that game as they shot a season low 29.8% from the field. In that game, SPU scored as many points from the free throw line (31) as they did from the floor. The huge number of fouls called on Manhattan (26) in that game were largely due to the Jaspers forcing a faster pace which led to 11 steals, 17 Read more


Tags: College Basketball St. Peter's Peacocks Manhattan Jaspers Rob Veno




Teddy Covers' Las Vegas Wise Guy Report: College Basketball Pointspread Juggernauts

02.03.2014     07:35 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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The Super Bowl is in the rear view mirror after Sunday’s huge Seattle blowout, which can only mean one thing – college hoops is on center stage for the next eight weeks. I’ve been writing game previews for ESPN.com/Insider, but I’ve yet to write a true college basketball overview column so far this season. It’s time!

I’m going take a look at the four very best regular board pointspread teams in the country in this week’s column.  Elite level teams aren’t necessarily pointspread winners, and bottom feeders can cash ticket after ticket if the betting markets set numbers that allow them to hang within the number as big underdogs. And the very best pointspread teams tend to be under-the-radar type squads, like the single best ATS team in college hoops thusfar in the 2013-14 campaign.

Cleveland State has a decent record, sitting in a second place tie in the Horizon League standings with a 6-3 mark in conference; 15-9 SU overall. If the NCAA tournament started today, Gary Waters’ Vikings wouldn’t even sniff an at-large bid – they’ll need to win the league tournament to go Read more


Tags: College Basketball Cleveland State Vikings Utah Utes Wichita State Shockers Villanova Wildcats Teddy Covers




College Basketball Betting Free Play: Northwestern Wildcats at Minnesota Golden Gophers

02.01.2014     08:11 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
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Northwestern at Minnesota -10.5 O/U 124.5
Recommendation: Under


There are three very strong aspects of Northwestern basketball right now that have them trending under the total. For starters, they've succeeded in playing at a slow pace and shortening the game – a logical choice for a squad that is outmanned talent-wise nearly each and every night. Second is the Wildcats can't shoot. Last time out vs. Wisconsin, NW shot 50% from 2, 44% from 3, and 75% from the FT line – a near perfect performance by their standards that netted them a modest 65 points. Even with that showing, NW checks in at 0.84 ppp – a historical bad rate. Lastly, the Wildcats play sound team defense holding five of their last six foes to 40% or less effective FG%. Minnesota wants to push the pace but finding it difficult in the Big Ten (8th, 65.2 possessions per game). And Andre Hollins, the team’s top offensive option, it out with an ankle injury. I keep waiting Read more


Tags: College Basketball Northwestern Wildcats Minnesota Golden Gophers Andrew Lange




College Basketball Handicapping: Teams wiith same starting five

02.01.2014     07:54 AM     Printer Friendly
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Article that features every college basketball team that has had the same starting five this season.


Division I teams that have used the same starting lineup in every game:
AAC
Cincinnati

Atlantic 10
UMass

Atlantic Sun
Mercer

Big East
Butler
Providence

Big South
Campbell

Big Ten
Illinois
Iowa
Ohio State
Wisconsin

Big 12
Oklahoma

Mountain West
Wyoming

Pac 12
Stanford

SEC
Missouri

Southern
Elon

Southland
Sam Houston State
Stephen F. Austin

SWAC
Alabama State

WAC
Utah Valley

West Coast
Portland





Tags: College Basketball




College Basketball Handicapping: Injury Report 1-31-2014

01.31.2014     02:34 PM     Brian Edwards     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Brian Edwards

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Minnesota will be without its leading scorer again for Saturday's home game vs. Northwestern. Andre Hollins is recovering from an ankle injury sustained in the opening minute of a home win over Wisconsin on Jan. 22. Hollins averages 15.1 points, 4.0 rebounds, 2.6 assists and 1.0 steals per game. He was unable to play earlier this week in an 82-78 loss at Nebraska.

Cincinnati senior center Justin Jackson returned to the lineup in Thursday's 69-66 win at Louisville. Jackson injured his ankle early in the first half of Sunday's win at Temple and didn't return. But he looked just fine against the Cardinals, producing 11 points, nine rebounds, three assists, two steals and two blocked shots in 37 minutes of playing time. The Bearcats won outright as nine-point underdogs and hooked up money-line supporters with a +350 return (paid $350 on $100 wagers). If you didn't know already, now you do. Cincy is a legit national-title contender because it rebounds and defends as well as team in the country. And Mick Cronin has a senior leader in Sean Kilpatrick that dropped 29 points on U of L and always wants the rock at crunch time.

Rick Pitino's squad had been without Read more


Tags: College Basketball Brian Edwards




College Basketball Betting News and Notes 1-30-2014

01.30.2014     10:41 AM     Rob Veno     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Rob Veno

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A couple of college basketball notes worth passing along…

Washington State
Washington State junior guard DaVonte Lacy may return as early as this weekend when they host Washington on Saturday. Lacy has had a rough 2014 so far, missing time following surgery to remove his appendix, returning for 11 minutes and then injuring his ribs. And, without their best scorer and leader, the Cougars have been, well, just awful. While it remains to be seen if he’ll actually play on Saturday or possibly wait until next week, it will likely take some time for him to get back to full strength. And until he is back at full strength, the Cougs really don’t have much of a chance to compete on a regular basis. But, assuming he’s back to full strength by March, and assuming Que Johnson’s time in the spotlight has been put to good use, there’s a chance these guys are talented enough to spring an upset on day one of the Pac-12 Tournament. Maybe not a good chance, but a chance.

Delaware
Delaware appeared to be on the verge of running away with the CAA regular season title, but their chances took a big hit Read more


Tags: College Basketball Washington State Cougars Delaware Blue Hens USC Trojans Rob Veno




College Basketball Betting Free Play: Providence Friars at Marquette Golden Eagles

01.30.2014     08:13 AM     ICC     Printer Friendly
Submitted by ICC

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Providence +4.5 at Marquette O/U 131
Recommendation: Providence


Providence is suddenly one of the hottest teams in the Big East. Ed Cooley’s squad have put it all together recently turning a 0-2 start in conference play into a 5-2 mark thanks to their current 5-0 SU and ATS run. That included wins against Georgetown, St. John’s, Creighton, Butler and Xavier. The Friars’ biggest problem earlier this season was failure to defend and provide leading scorer Bryce Cotton with support. Both of those problems have been remedied as we've seen Providence’s trio of LaDontae Henton, Kadeem Batts and Tyler Harris pour in double digit performances throughout the run and more importantly, amped it up defensively holding foes to 66.2 points per game on just 43% shooting from the field and 20.9% from 3-point range.

Marquette isn’t in the greatest of spots. Yes, they are playing at home but the Golden Eagles are coming off not one, not two, but three overtime games in a row and they came out on the losing end of two of those games. The mini break between Saturday’s contest may help them from an energy standpoint but it Read more


Tags: College Basketball Providence Friars Marquette Golden Eagles Ian Cameron




College Basketball Handicapping: Florida's Walker cleared to play

01.30.2014     07:32 AM     Brian Edwards     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Brian Edwards

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At long last, the NCAA has reached a conclusion in the case of Florida freshman Chris Walker. The organization announced Wednesday that Walker has been suspended for 12 games and he's cleared to return in UF's home game Tuesday vs. Missouri.

Why? Well, Walker apparently received $270 from two different agents while he was playing AAU basketball during his high-school years. He also got free food, free airfare and hotel lodging from three different people. For this, he must perform 80 hours of community service. The NCAA also indicated that associates of Walker were provided free airfare for eight different trips for his AAU team.

My only question: What big-time high-school recruit doesn't receive all of the benefits listed above?

Anyway, we all know how incompetent the NCAA is, so that's not a big shocker. The good news for Florida is that there's finally a resolution to this mess.

“I appreciate all the support from UF, Coach Donovan and my teammates, and I'm looking forward to helping the team any way I can,” Walker said in a statement.

Walker is a McDonald's All-American who led Holmes Co. High School to a state title in Read more


Tags: College Basketball Florida Gators Brian Edwards




College Basketball Gambling: Weather causes issues for teams

01.29.2014     08:24 AM     Printer Friendly
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When it snows or freezes in the South, things like this and this have a tendency to occur. And for teams traveling that way, getting to the venue can become more difficult than finding a loaf of bread. Needless to say bettors should double check on the travel status of these teams. North Carolina appears to have had some difficulty getting to Atlanta. The Tar Heels arrived at their hotel at 1:45 am.




 



Tags: College Basketball North Carolina Tar Heels




College Basketball Handicapping: Big East games trending OVER the total

01.29.2014     06:59 AM     Printer Friendly
SportsMemo.com blog entry.
Following the departure of under-the-total type teams like Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, South Florida, and Syracuse as well as the new rule changes, the Big East has seen scoring significantly up compared to last year's historical lows.  In 2013, league games produced 64.2 ppg whereas this season’s average is north of 70 ppg. As of today, there have been 39 conference games with 25 (64%) going over the total.

Team Over/Under in conference play
Creighton 5-4
Villanova 7-1
Xavier 6-1
Providence 5-2
Marquette 3-4
Seton Hall 5-2
Georgetown 4-5
St. John's 5-3
DePaul 5-3
Butler 5-3 (4 OTs)



Tags: College Basketball



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