College Basketball Betting

Can Kentucky make it 40-0?

Last Saturday the Kentucky Wildcats continued to state their case as the overall March Madness Betting favorites after routing Arkansas, and elevating their record to 29-0. The Wildcats have just 11 more games to go to achieve the mythical 40-0 season and setting a precedent, a before an after for College Basketball; it would be the stuff dreams are made of. Can you bet on such an accomplishment?

Kansas going to 11 in college basketball wagering

The speculating in College Basketball betting is now over an the Kansas Jayhawks are now your Big 12 for the 11th straight time. Iowa State’s win over Oklahoma secured that Bill Self will have his 11th Big 12 ring, attaching his name to the history books. The Jayhawks have tied Gonzaga’s 11-year streak in 2000 to 2011, but they are still following UCLA with 13 straight tittles (achieved in 67-79).

No. 21 SMU upset by UConn 81-73

On the Sunday the 1st of March 2015 the NCAA BB schedule brought us an exciting game between the No. 21 SMU Mustangs 23-6 of the AA Conference who was upset by the unranked but renowned UConn Huskies 17-11 also of the AA Conference, with the game played at the XL Center in Hartford, Connecticut at 2 PM ET and was seen on CBS TV with the Huskies winning 81-73.

Title Contenders for the 2015 March Madness Tournament

As we expect Selection Sunday and eagerly anticipate the excitement that comes with March Madness betting, we now take a closer look at the different teams that are expected to be the tittle contenders. We analyzed these teams records and stats, and how they have been fairing this season. These are the teams expected to reach the farthest in the tournament, and from the squads listed here you can expect to find the four teams that will be making it to the Final Four.

Duke escapes Virginia Tech in OT

College Basketball betting fans were biting their nails yesterday as Duke was able to narrowly escape Virginia Tech in overtime. We have reached that point of the season where it doesn’t matter how you do it, just as long as you get a win. And that was definitely the case for Duke yesterday.

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