Cornell at Kansas

December 1, 2010 NCAA Basketball

College basketball betting has two red-hot teams on Wednesday going at it as top-ranked Kansas hosts Cornell.

The Jayhawks are 13-0 and have the second longest winning streak in the country while Cornell has won 10 straight which is the fifth longest winning streak in the nation. Kansas is still heavily favored in NCAA basketball betting odds on Wednesday.

College basketball betting has seen Kansas play very well so far this season.  They are 6-4 against the college basketball betting odds this season including 4-2 at home.  Kansas has won 51 straight games at home which is the longest home court winning streak in the nation. The Jayhawks are coming off an 84-52 win in college basketball betting win over Temple on Saturday. Kansas is averaging 87.5 points per game and is giving up 58.1 for the top scoring margin in the nation at +29.4 points per college basketball betting. The Jayhawks have shot 50 percent or better in each of their last six college basketball betting contests and have held all but one opponent this season to under 40 percent shooting. Kansas is led in scoring by freshman guard Xavier Henry who is scoring 16.3 points per game. Senior guard Sherron Collins is averaging 13.8 points on the season. He leads the team with 55 assists and is second in steals with 19 as NCAA basketball betting stats have it.  Cole Aldrich leads the team in rebounds with 10.1 per game. Nine of Kansas’ 13 victories this season have been by 25 or more points with eight of those wins by 30 points or more.

Kansas will try not to overlook Cornell in this college basketball betting game.  The Big Red is coming off a 75-49 win at Bryant. The Big Red averages 76.6 points per game and give up 69.2 for a +7.4 scoring margin in college basketball betting.  Cornell is led by senior forward Ryan Wittman who averages 18.9 points per game. College basketball betting stats show that Jeff Foote leads the team with 8.7 rebounds per game and he also scores 13.6 points per game.

Kansas and Cornell have met twice in history and Kansas won both times. The Jayhawks won 75-58 in 1955 and 100-46 in 1996. Kansas is 13-0 all-time versus the Ivy League. Cornell is 6-1 in college basketball betting in their last 7 non-conference games.  The Jayhawks are 5-0 vs. the NCAA basketball betting line in their last 5 vs. Ivy League. The Jayhawks are 35-15-1 in college basketball betting in their last 51 games overall. The Jayhawks are 34-16-1 in NCAA basketball betting in their last 51 home games.

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