Big 12 Looking Good in AP College Hoops Poll Online Sports Betting

December 1, 2010 Sports Betting

Online sports betting had a number of Big 12 teams looking very good early in the college basketball season.

Kansas and Texas are the top two teams in the country and they are not alone in getting sportsbetting attention.

Online sports betting had the Big 12 with three of the country’s 11 unbeaten teams. Kansas and Texas are unbeaten but so is Texas Tech.  Five Big 12 teams are ranked in the Top 25. The conference has been excellent so far this online sports betting season as they are 5-1 against Top 25 teams. "We’ve always had one of the top two leagues in the country every year and sometimes we get overlooked,” Texas Tech coach Pat Knight said.

Kansas has rolled so far this season in online sports betting. They are 9-0 and look like the best team in the country. They have All-Americans Sherron Collins and Cole Aldrich and freshman sensation Xavier Henry who is leading them in scoring as online sports betting stats show.  Kansas has not even had their best defender, Brady Morningstar this sportsbetting season and he will be back soon. 

Texas is second in the country as online sports betting notes. The Longhorns are also loaded. They have won their first eight sportsbetting games by 15 points or more. Seniors Damion James and Dexter Pittman superb and two freshmen, Avery Bradley and J’Covan Brown have looked great.  They will also be getting transfer Jai Lucas as he becomes eligible this online sports betting week.

Texas Tech is unbeaten and now ranked at #16 in the polls. Kansas State is ranked #17 after beating UNLV in online sports betting results.  Texas A&M is at #23 while Oklahoma State is 8-1 and not far out of the poll. The Big 12 has 10 teams with a winning percent of 70% or better so far this online sports betting season.

Kansas has been at the top of the rankings all sportsbetting season. They received 61 first-place votes in the latest poll.  Texas received one first-place vote while Kentucky also received one. The Wildcats are 10-0 while Purdue at 9-0 is ranked fourth.  Syracuse is still unbeaten and ranked fifth as online sports betting has it. They received the other two first-place votes. West Virginia is 6th followed by Duke, Villanova, Tennessee and North Carolina. There are two games in online sports betting between Top 25 teams this week as Gonzaga faces Duke at Madison Square Garden on Saturday while North Carolina plays Texas at Cowboys Stadium.