College Basketball Betting News and Notes Monday, Dec. 17

College Basketball Betting News and Notes Monday, Dec. 17

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-- Coach Boeheim goes for win #900 against Detroit team that lost by 3 at St John's, by 13 at Pitt. 9-0 Syracuse hasn't won home game by less than 20 points; six of their nine opponents are ranked lower than #132 Titans. Horizon League road underdogs are 14-12 against the spread. Big East home favorites of 17+ points are 11-7 against spread.
-- Northwestern star Crawford just had shoulder surgery, is out for year; Wildcats lost last three home games, scoring 55.3 ppg; this is their first game in nine days. Texas State plays #2 pace in country, quite contrast to patient Northwestern; State lost six of last eight games, but just lost by only 12 at Texas. WAC double digit road underdogs are 7-5.
-- Florida State lost three of last four games, is just 5-4, with losses to #150/193 teams; they're 2-0 vs teams not in top 200, winning by 8-32 points. UL-Monroe is 1-5, with three losses by 25+ points; 15% of its shots get blocked. ACC double digit home favorites are 12-8 vs spread; Sun Belt double digit road underdogs are 4-12.
-- Home side won last five Louisiana Tech-Little Rock games; Bulldogs lost last three visits here, by 9-9-14 points.Tech allowed 68 or less in its eight wins, 71+ in its three losses. UALR turns ball over 23% of time but is 6-0 at home. Sun Belt home underdogs are 5-1; WAC teams are 16-11 in games where spread is 5 or less points-- road favorites are 5-0.

-- UNLV is 8-1, winning road games at Portland by 8, Cal by 1, but they aren't as good without injured star Moser; Rebels beat UTEP at home by 11 LY. UTEP is 3-4, but three of losses are to teams in top 80- Miners losing by 21-7-21 points. MWC single digit road favorites are 5-3-1 vs spread. C-USA underdogs are 11-22 vs spread, 0-3 at home.
-- Cornell lost both its road games, by 11 at Arizona State, Wisconsin by 33; Big Red is 0-4 vs teams in top 200, losing by 4-33-11-23; they have a huge loss ahead of them Wednesday at Duke. Vanderbilt is 4-4- three of their four losses are vs top 100 teams. Ivy League road underdogs are 8-16 vs spread. SEC single digit home favorites are 7-10 vs spread.
-- Santa Clara is 8-2 after losing its last 18 games LY; Broncos' senior G Foster is playing well after being suspended most of LY. Santa Clara is 3-0 vs teams not in top 200, winning by 8-15-21 points. Cal Poly won at UCLA but lost its other three road games, by 7-13-18 points- they're 2-4 vs D-I teams. Big West road underdogs are 22-18 against spread.
-- Valparaiso/Oakland split pair of high scoring games last two years, as road team won both, 82-80/103-102; Crusaders are 7-3 this year, 6-1 vs teams not in top 100, with wins at Kent State/Missouri State. Oakland lost seven of last eight games vs D-I teams, allowing 77 ppg in last three. Horizon League road favorites are 8-10 against the spread.
-- Fort Wayne is 3-6 vs D-I teams, 1-5 on road, losing by 5-11-10; they shoot 29.4% from arc, 59.5% from line. This is second of 4 games/7 nights stretch for Notre Dame, before they get two weeks off; Irish had good win over Purdue Saturday. Summit League double digit road faves are 8-15 vs spread; Big East home favorites of 20+ points are 8-2.

-- Georgia Southern won SU as 14-point dogs at Virginia Tech Saturday, just its second win in seven D-I games; Eagles were held to 54 points or less in all five losses- they scored 62+ in four wins. Bradley is 6-2 after ending LY on 2-21 skid; Braves have only one win vs team ranked higher than #285. MVC double digit home favorites are 9-7 against spread.
-- Montana State won 74-72 at Northern Arizona LY, after losing here in previous nine visits, by average of 16 points. Bobcats are 1-5 this season vs D-I teams, with only win by 19 over Portland- they're 0-3 away from home, losing by 15-14-13 points. Lumberjacks are 3-1 vs teams not in top 200; Montana State is lowest-rated team they've played this year.
-- North Dakota is 0-6 vs D-I teams, with three losses by 5 points or less; they've beaten couple of non-D-I teams- they're 0-5 on road, with three losses by 20+ points. Southern Utah is also 0-6 vs D-I teams, with oair of other wins-- this is their first game in 13 days. Thunderbirds are turning ball over 29% of time, shooting 25.8% behind arc. Not good.
-- Eastern Washington is 2-6; five of its last six games were decided by 5 or less points, or in OT; Eagles beat Cal-Davis by 20 LY at home. UCD is 1-6, losing only home game to Sacramento State; Davis turns ball over 23% of time. Big Sky single digit road underdogs are 7-9 vs spread. Big West home favorites are 8-6 against the spread.

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College Basketball: Streaks, Tips, Notes
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South Carolina State at Missouri

The Tigers will welcome South Carolina State Bulldogs to Mizzou Arena on Monday then host Illinois Saturday. Tigers are 8-1 (3-4 ATS) on the season, with their only loss coming to Louisville Cardinals in a semifinal game at the Battle 4 Atlantis in the Bahamas. Tigers having little trouble getting the ball through the hoop (75.1) with three double digit scorers lead by Laurence Bowers (16.9) have an easy matchup to start the week as Bulldogs netting just 68.0 PPG have lost three in-a-row and head into the contest 5-30 SU dating back to last season with a push in their only lined game. But, it get's a lot tougher when Fighting Illini come to town. Illinois has gotten off to a great start. Lead by Brandon Paul (18.8) the Fighting Illini netting 76.9 PPG are undefeated at 12-0 with a 5-4 mark against-the-oddsmaker. Still, got to like Tigers chances. Missouri has won 71 consecutive home games against non-conference opponents, are on a smart 7-1 (5-3 ATS) stretch overall vs Big 10 foes including 3-0 (2-1 ATS) running the hardwood vs Fighting Illini which are on a 3-8 SU/ATS skid in true road games.

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Detroit vs. No. 4 Syracuse

Detroit heads into the Gotham Classic at the Carrier Dome with a four-game winning streak after beating Akron 80-73 this past Saturday as a one-point favorite at home. The Titans are now 6-4 straight-up on the season but just 2-5 against the spread. The Titans are averaging 77.7 points a game but hitting just 42.1 percent of their shots from the field.

Syracuse remained perfect on the year with Saturday's 85-61 romp over Canisius as a 22 ½-point home favorite. The lopsided victory pushed its overall mark to 9-0 SU and a highly profitable 6-0 ATS. The Orange are shooting 47.5 percent from the floor and ranked third in the nation in both scoring (84.7 points) and rebounds per game (45.7).

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