College Basketball Betting

     There are more NCAA basketball betting lines available than in any other sport. College basketball betting can be successful if you understand the NCAA basketball betting line. You must know how to interpret value and understand that college basketball betting lines are made by oddsmakers to attract equal action to both sides.


Traditional powers such as Connecticut, Duke, Kansas, and others will likely be poor values against the college basketball betting line because they are "name" or "public" teams that attract a lot of money to their sides.

As you consider college basketball betting you might want to take other solid programs against these traditional powers, especially when you are getting points. Duke and Kansas have great reputations but they are not always a good favorite against the college basketball betting line.

Another college basketball betting idea is to look at the "mid-major" conferences to gain value. Teams from the MAC are usually getting nice value against the spread when out of conference.

The same thing holds true with other smaller conferences. Another advantage when looking at college basketball betting is the simple fact that there are so many games on the board.

It is difficult for anyone to keep track of over 250 teams and the oddsmaker is no exception to that rule. You can pick and choose your spots, but he has to put a line out on every game. That is a big edge for you as a college basketball betting player.

You might choose to concentrate on one of those mid-major conferences and know more than the people that put out the NCAA basketball betting lines.

West Virginia vs. Kansas Tuesday Night Betting Odds

With the NCAA 2015-16 Basketball Regular season underway and moving toward March Madness, we have an interesting game for this Tuesday evening the 9th of February 2016 between the Big 12 rivals in the West Virginia Mountaineers (Big 12 at 8-2, Overall at 19-4) visiting the Kansas Jayhawks (Big 12 at 7-3, Overall 19-4) with the game being played at the Allen Fieldhouse in Lawrence, Kansas with tip off scheduled for 7 PM ET and seen on ESPN2.

NCAA Basketball - Duke vs Kentucky

This coming Tuesday the 17th of November 2015 we have some 1st week NCAA Basketball games that should be very exciting and the one we are previewing is the AP No. 2 Wildcats of Kentucky (SEC) playing the AP No. 7 Blue Devils of Duke (ACC) with the game being played at the United Center in Chicago, Illinois with tip-off scheduled for 7:30 PM ET and seen on ESPN TV. If you Bet on College Hoops at a sportsbook just continuing reading for the latest scoop.

NCAA Basketball - Week # 1 Preview

Ok sports fans if your into College Hoops then get ready and this week the 2015-16 NCAA Basketball Regular season commences this coming Friday the 13 of November 2015, better known as “Black Friday” and the opening week has a lot of great games for you to try your luck and enjoy betting on the games. Thus, we are briefly previewing what we think are 5 of the best games for the Week 1 NCAA BB.

NCAA Basketball Preview - Top Players 2015-2016

With the 2015-16 NCAA Basketball Season ready to get underway, on this coming Friday, the 13th of November and we are taking a look at the Ten Best College Basketball players for this 2015-16. Therefore I present what is expected to be the top ten players this season for you to watch and judge. So if you Bet on College hoops at a sportsbook, continue reading.

Who’s Getting Into Division I NCAA Basketball Real Soon?

Right now people can bet on NCAA basketball games involving every single team. There are more than 350 programs to bet on with every state other than Alaska being represented. These teams include many prominent schools from Air Force to Youngstown State.

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