College Basketball Betting News and Notes Monday 11/19

College Basketball Betting News and Notes Monday 11/19

NCAAB Game of the Day: UCLA vs. Georgetown
By Covers.com

UCLA at Georgetown (Odds currently N/A)

After sitting out three games due to NCAA violations, highly touted UCLA freshman Shabazz Muhammad will make his much anticipated debut against Georgetown in the Legends Classic at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center. The 6-6 guard, ranked among the top recruits in the nation, was reinstated Friday by the NCAA after hearing an appeal from the Bruins. Georgetown could also be at full strength if sophomore forward Otto Porter Jr. returns from a concussion that kept him out of Wednesday’s 68-59 win over Liberty. The winner of the UCLA-Georgetown game faces the winner of the other semifinal between No. 1 Indiana and Georgia on Tuesday. The losing team will play in Tuesday's consolation game.

ABOUT GEORGETOWN (2-0): Sophomore forward Greg Whittington scored 18 points and grabbed nine rebounds against Liberty, but it wasn’t a dominating effort for the Hoyas. Georgetown appeared unfocused in the second half, which could be expected considering the team’s youth. Georgetown’s roster doesn’t include a single senior and features 10 freshmen and sophomores. Freshman guard D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera averages a team-high 15 points, while Whittington has 24 rebounds through two games. Porter, a preseason All-Big East first-team selection, averaged 9.7 points and 6.8 rebounds last season.

ABOUT NO. 14 UCLA (3-0): With Muhammad’s eligibility drama behind them, the Bruins look to build on a promising start. Sophomore guard Norman Powell scored a career-high 27 points in a 110-70 win over James Madison on Thursday, and guard Jordan Adams is the first freshman in UCLA history to record at least 20 points in each of his first three college games. Adams is averaging 24 points, while senior point guard Larry Drew II has 25 assists through three games. Freshman guard Kyle Anderson is averaging a team-high 7.9 rebounds.

TRENDS:

* Bruins are 1-5 ATS in their last six neutral site games.
* Hoyas are 1-4 ATS in their last five games following a win.
* Under is 4-1 in Hoyas’ last five overall.
* Over is 13-3 in Bruins’ last 16 neutral site games.

TIP-INS:

1. UCLA junior guard Tyler Lamb is listed as a gametime decision after missing the last two contests with a swollen knee.

2. Georgetown has been outscored in the second half of its first two games by seven points after outscoring opponents 68-46 in the first half.

3. UCLA won both previous meetings against Georgetown, in 2001 and 2003.

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College Basketball: Streaks, Tips, Notes
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Mississippi State vs. North Carolina

Despite losing NBA first-round draft picks Harrison Barnes, John Henson, Kendall Marshall and Tyler Zeller from last year's team the Tar Heels head to Hawaii to face Mississippi State in the Maui Invitational tournament 3-0 (2-0 ATS). James Michael McAdoo expected to do a lot with the departure of all that NBA talent looks unstoppable tallying 63 points, 34 rebounds in the three wins. Heels 9-4 running the hardwood vs an SEC opponent have little trouble vs Mississippi State losing four of it's best players from last years 21-12 team and netting just 65.5 points/game in splitting the first two of this campaign. Expect Heels to move to 12-1-1 ATS vs the SEC, Bulldogs to fall to 0-3 ATS vs the ACC, 5-10 ATS in November.

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NCAAB Preview

-- Milwaukee upset Davidson at home Saturday, after losing first road game in OT at South Carolina; Panthers shot40.4% behind arc in first three games. Ark-Little Rock lost last two games by 18-40 points; they scored 52 points both games. Horizon road favorites are 2-4 vs spread.
-- Long Beach State lost by 18 at USC, 15 to North Carolina after being down 1 at half; they're shooting 26.7% behind arc, 37.9% inside it- they overscheduled again. Arizona won its first two games by 9-21 points. Pac-12 home favorites of 15+ points are 2-6 vs spread.
-- Cal Poly won 65-46 at Fresno LY; Mustangs split first couple games this year, beating Northern Colorado by 11 in only home. Cal Poly shot 28% from arc in first two games. Fresno State won last two games by 9-5 points, after losing opener by a hoop at Texas.
-- Iona lost in OT to Quinnipiac Friday, then crushed Wake Forest (up 35 in first half) Saturday; Gaels are shooting 44% behind arc, have guard who started at Arizona. Ill-Chicago lost to New Mexico by 7, allowed 52-36 points in its two wins. MAAC favorites are 3-0-1 vs spread.

-- Marquette allowed 58 ppg in beating couple stiffs to start year; they have 3 starters back from 27-8 team. Butler lost by 15 at Xavier in last game Tuesday. Big East single digit favorites are 5-5; neutral court faves are 4-5. Atlantic 16 road underdogs are 3-7 against the spread.
-- Mississippi State is awful, gutted by transfer/injury; they lost by 3 at Troy State, beat FAU by 20. North Carolina won by 15 at Long Beach, but was only up a point at half. ACC favorites are 14-5 vs spread, 5-2 on road. SEC underdogs are 2-4 against the spread.
-- Illinois won by point at Hawai'i Friday, so they've been on islands for while; they're shooting 41% behind arc, 59.6% from foul line. Go figure. USC beat Long Beach by 18 at home; they've replenished their roster after LY's debacle. Pac-12 teams are 6-4 vs spread away from home; Big Dozen teams are 3-6.
-- South Alabama won at Florida State 10 days ago, has beaten one stiff since; Jaguars made 60% from arc in first two games. Tennessee State is 0-3 vs three top 70 teams, losing by 15-7-29 points; Tigers start three seniors and junior. OVC teams are 8-6 when spread is in single digits.
-- UConn beat Quinnipiac in OT last night, making 39-45 on foul line; their three starting guards all played 41+ minutes. New Mexico won its game by point; they had two starters play 38+ minutes. Big East teams are 6-5 when spread is less than 5. Mountain West teams are 0-4.

-- Georgia lost to Youngstown by 12, Southern Miss by 2, both at home which isn't good now that they're playing #1 team in country on neutral floor. Indiana beat three stiffs by 43-26-54 points; Big Dozen favorites are 10-6 against the spread. SEC underdogs are 2-4 vs spread.
-- UCLA's prize recruit Muhammad is finally eligible; Bruins won first three games without him, beat Irvine in OT, winning other two by 27-30 points. Georgetown is 2-0, allowing 57 ppg vs two stiffs. Game in NYC is Big East country. Pac-12 road teams are 6-4 against the spread.
-- Washington State lost in OT at Pepperdine last game, after whacking pair of stiffs, now they play Kansas in KC, genuine road game. Coogs are playing slow pace, getting good shots (58% inside arc). Kansas was down double digits at home to Chattanooga, wound up winning by 14; they also lost to Michigan State by 3 on neutral floor.
-- Texas A&M allowed 61 ppg in winning first three games by 12-18-22 points over stiffs; Aggies are shooting 39.6% behind arc, but start couple freshmen. Saint Louis is expected to be very good but Majerus is sick, can't coach. Billikens got upset at home by Santa Clara in last game.

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College Basketball Odds and Trends: Monday, Nov. 19, 2012
By: The Linemakers
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Point spreads and totals for Monday’s college basketball slate. No. 1 Indiana is in action, and the UCLA Bruins take on the Georgetown Hoyas in a matchup of traditional powerhouses.

Texas A&M vs Saint Louis (-2). It was announced Saturday that Saint Louis coach Rick Majerus will not return to the Billikens due to a serious heart condition. Saint Louis was picked 11th in the country by the Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook. They have struggled so far in going 1-1 and losing to Santa Clara. How will they react now?

Here's a look at some trends for today’s games involving top 25 teams.

No. 1 Indiana vs. Georgia, 5:30 p.m. ET

Line:
Louisville -20.5, Total: 134.5

Trends:

Hoosiers are 11-2 ATS in their last 13 non-conference games.

Hoosiers are 8-3 ATS in their last 11 games overall.

Bulldogs are 6-13 ATS in their last 19 neutral site games.

Under is 4-1 in Hoosiers last five Monday games.

Under is 4-1 in Bulldogs last five neutral site games.

Under is 4-1 in Bulldogs last five Monday games.

Under is 17-5 in Bulldogs last 22 non-conference games.

No. 7 Kansas vs. Washington State, 10:00 p.m. ET

Line:
Kansas -12.5, Total: 129.5

Trends:

Cougars are 7-1 ATS in their last eight games overall.

Cougars are 4-0 ATS in their last four Monday games.

Jayhawks are 17-7 ATS in their last 24 Monday games.

Jayhawks are 0-4 ATS in their last four games overall.

Jayhawks are 0-4 ATS in their last four non-conference games.

Long Beach State vs. No. 12 Arizona, 9:00 p.m. ET

Line:
Arizona -18.5, Total: N/A

Trends:

49ers are 1-4 ATS in their last five non-conference games.

49ers are 1-4 ATS in their last five games overall.

Over is 8-1 in 49ers last nine Monday games.

Over is 6-1 in 49ers last seven vs. Pac-12.

Over is 5-1 in 49ers last six road games.

Under is 7-2 in 49ers last nine overall.

Under is 5-2 in 49ers last seven non-conference games.

The Linemakers take: Long Beach coach Don Monson lost four starters from last season’s 25-win team, but he stockpiled reinforcements with Division-1 transfers. The problem is that the best of them aren't eligible until after the first semester and won't be able to help tonight.

No. 13 UCLA vs. Georgetown – 8:00 p.m. ET

Line:
UCLA -6.5, Total: 134.5

Trends:

Bruins are 1-4 ATS in their last five vs. Big East.

Bruins are 1-5 ATS in their last six neutral site games.

Hoyas are 24-8-1 ATS in their last 33 non-conference games.

Hoyas are 3-8 ATS in their last 11 Monday games.

Under is 5-2-1 in Bruins last eight overall.

Under is 5-0 in Hoyas last five non-conference games.

Under is 4-1 in Hoyas last five overall.

Under is 21-7 in Hoyas last 28 Monday games.

The Linemakers take: UCLA freshman Shabazz Muhammad makes his debut for the Bruins tonight after being declared eligible by the NCAA over the weekend. Muhammad averaged 29.4 ppg and 10.1 rebounds as a senior high school and was the consensus overall No. 1 rated recruit in the country. He had been practicing with the team as he waited the ruling by the NCAA.

New Mexico vs. No. 23 Connecticut, 10:00 p.m. ET

Line:
New Mexico -2.5, Total: 135

Trends:

Lobos are 6-2 ATS in their last eight neutral site games.

Lobos are 23-9 ATS in their last 32 games overall.

Huskies are 1-5 ATS in their last six non-conference games.

Over is 6-2-1 in Lobos last nine non-conference games.

Over is 8-3 in Lobos last 11 overall.

Over is 10-2 in Huskies last 12 overall.

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