Head coach Bobby Knight will have to do a super job if the Red Raiders are to make a mark this season on the basketball odds board.
NCAA basketball odds fans see that the only player of note on Texas Tech is senior guard Martin Zeno. The basketball odds this season will revolve around how well Zeno plays. At the point according to NCAA basketball odds experts will be returning starter Charles Burgess with John Roberson as the backup. Other possible players in the backcourt according to NCAA basketball odds experts are Decensae White, Alan Voskuil, Michael Prince, Rogdrick Craig and newcomers D’walyn Roberts and Mike Singletary.
The frontcourt doesn’t have much talent according to NCAA basketball odds experts. They have unproven players, Esmir Rizvic, Damir Suljagic and Ricardo De Bem. The Red Raiders will probably have to go to a smaller lineup this season according to basketball odds experts and that is probably not the way to win in the Big 12. Fans of NCAA basketball odds may remember that senior guard Martin Zeno scored in double-figures in 30 games last year. He shot 50 percent or better 22 times, including nine of the last 12 games for fans of NCAA basketball odds. Many basketball odds fans may know that Zeno ranks sixth on the Big 12 career list in free throws made with 416.
Fans of NCAA basketball odds may know that Texas Tech recorded 20 wins for the fifth time in six years under head coach Bob Knight. NCAA basketball odds experts know that prior to his arrival the Red Raiders won 20 games three times in the previous 24 seasons. Knight got win # 880 to become the all-time winningest Division I coach after the Red Raiders 70-68 victory over New Mexico last season. Knight finished the season with 890 wins. NCAA basketball odds experts remember that senior guard Charlie Burgess scored in double-digits 12 times last season, including two of his final three outings.
Many NCAA basketball odds experts know that Texas Tech led the Big 12 in free throw percentage overall (.739) and in conference play (.769). NCAA basketball odds experts know that it marked the third time the Red Raiders have led the league in the category, the second-most among Big 12 teams (Oklahoma State, 4 times) in league history.