College Basketball Betting News and Notes Friday January, 4

College Basketball Betting News and Notes Friday January, 4

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-- George Washington turns ball over 24.8% of time; they're 2-3 on road, losing by 3 at Rutgers, 4 at Bradley on last two road trips. Colonials are 0-5 vs teams in top 130, 6-1 otherwise. #132 Georgia won its last three games after losing seven of previous eight; they're 4-3 at home, with two losses in OT. Dawgs also turn ball over a lot (21.7% of time).
-- Brown upset Rhode Island 65-56 LY, as Rams were so awful they've changed coaches; Bruins had lost previous nine visits to URI, with six of nine wins by double digit margin. Rams are 4-3 in last seven games after 0-5 start; they're 4-1 vs teams outside top 150, winning by 6-10-22-5 points. Brown upset Providence, then lost at Albany in last two games.
-- Cleveland State lost last four games vs D-I teams (two non-D-I wins) by 17-34-30-17 points; Vikings lost last three visits to Valparaiso by 6-6-7 points. State's best win is over #187 Toledo. Crusaders got upset in last game by Valparaiso; they're 7-0 vs teams outside top 200, beating bad teams by 31-23-31-13-11-8-20 points.

-- Memphis beat Tennessee twice LY, once in double OT on a neutral court, by 18 at home; hosts are 5-2 in last eight series games, as Tigers lost two of last three visits here. Memphis' three losses are all teams in top 20- they beat Ohio by 26, in other top 100 game. Tennessee scored 45-36-38 points in its losses, all to top 50 teams, by 17-1-8 points.
-- 10-2 Ole Miss forces turnovers 24.2% of time; they're 8-0 vs teams outside top 200, with seven of eight wins by 15+ points. Rebels start SEC play Wednesday vs Tennessee; this is their first game in 10 days. Fordham is 1-6 vs top 100 teams, with five of six losses by 15+ points; they turn ball over 23.4% of time, but they've played #32 schedule.
-- 3-9 Manhattan turns ball over 27% of time, shoots 31.3% from arc, 64.1% from line, all bad numbers; Jaspers lost four of last five visits to St Peter's, winning here LY after losing previous four visits by 17-28-3-10 points. Peacocks lost seven of last ten games after 3-0 start; four of their last five games were decided by six or less points.

-- Siena lost its last nine games; their last win was seven weeks ago, but they've beaten Iona here six years in row. 2-11 Saints lost to LaSalle by 28 in only game vs top 100 team this year- they turn ball over 23.8% of time, shoot just 58.9% from foul line. Erratic Gaels play #9 pace in US but are just 7-6- they've won four of last six games.
-- Loyola lost four of last six games after 7-1 start, but they're 7-0 when playing teams outside top 200, with six of seven wins by 12+ points. Home side won four of their last six games with Rider; Broncs lost two of last three visits here. Rider turns ball over 24.1% of time; they've lost last four games, are 2-6 vs teams in top 150, losing by 8-11-13-17-12-7.
-- Wofford had won four of last five games before losing by 35 last game at Virginia; Terriers beat Tulane by 11 at home LY, so despite turning ball over 22% of time and shooting 39.7% inside arc, they won't get lot of sympathy from Green Wave squad that won 11 of last 13 games, and won at Alabama last game. Tulane has played schedule #342 so far.

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Games to Watch
By David Schwab
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Cleveland State vs. Valparaiso

Cleveland State will wrap-up its non-conference schedule this Wednesday night against Kent State before beginning play in the Horizon Conference against the Crusaders. The Vikings have lost three of their last five games to fall to 8-5 SU. They are 0-3 ATS in their last three games with a posted line and 4-4 ATS overall. The team has struggled under the boards with just 30.9 rebounds a game.

Valparaiso opens its play in the Horizon this Wednesday against 9-3 Loyola in what should be a good early test. The Crusaders finished 10-4 SU in non-conference play including victories over Purdue and Murray State in their last two games. They are 6-5 ATS and the total has stayed UNDER in all three games with a posted line. Ryan Broekhoff is the team's leading scorer with 16.7 points a game.

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College Basketball: Streaks, Tips, Notes
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Oklahoma State at Kansas State

The Oklahoma Cowboys (10-2, 7-3-1 ATS) and Kansas State Wildcats (11-2, 3-6 ATS) collide in a BIG 12 opener for both teams. Cowboys recently upset in Stillwater by Gonzaga face a tough challenge. Cowboys do not travel well, they've lost their only true road game this season and head onto Fred Bramlage Coliseum hardwood in Manhattan, Kansas on a 1-8 (4-5 ATS) road skid including a loss/non-cover in this venue last season. Consider K-State as Wildcats are 3-5 SU/ATS in conference home openers, Cowboys are 0-6 (1-5 ATS) in their first road game vs the Big 12.

Georgetown at Marquette

The Georgetown Hoyas are in Milwaukee Saturday to take on Marquette, owners of a 17-game home winning streak. Tough spot for Hoyas on a 2-5 ATS road road skid vs conference opponents. Golden Eagles are outscoring teams by a 14.2 margin at home posting a perfect 8-0 mark this season. Golden Eagles ridding a 12-4-1 ATS stretch within the conference have cashed six of nine tickets running the hardwood vs Hoyas including 4-of-5 at the Bradley Center.

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Memphis vs. Tennessee Point Spread, Las Vegas Betting Line and Picks
By The Linemakers
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The Memphis Tigers (9-3) and Tennessee Volunteers (8-3) meet Friday night at Thompson-Boling Arena (8:00 p.m. ET, ESPN2). Here is point spread information and analysis from The Linemakers on Sporting News.

Line: Tennessee -2, Total: 128.5

Series trends:

* Under is 5-2 in the last seven meetings.

* Tigers are 2-7 ATS in the last nine meetings.

* Underdog is 8-2 ATS in the last 10 meetings.

Team trends:

* Tigers are 4-1 ATS in their last five road games vs. a team with a winning home record.

* Tigers are 8-3 ATS in their last 11 Friday games.

* Tigers are 16-34-1 ATS in their last 51 non-conference games.

* Tigers are 3-7 ATS in their last 10 games overall.

* Tigers are 2-6 ATS in their last eight games following a SU win.

* Volunteers are 8-1 ATS in their last nine games following an ATS loss.

* Volunteers are 10-2-1 ATS in their last 13 home games vs. a team with a losing road record.

* Volunteers are 4-1 ATS in their last five vs. Conference USA.

* Volunteers are 14-5-1 ATS in their last 20 home games.

* Volunteers are 5-2 ATS in their last seven non-conference games.

* Volunteers are 5-2 ATS in their last seven games overall.

* Over is 4-0-1 in Tigers' last five overall.

* Over is 5-0 in Tigers' last five road games.

* Over is 4-0 in Tigers' last four road games vs. a team with a winning home record.

* Under is 4-1 in Volunteers' last five overall.

* Under is 8-2-1 in Volunteers' last 11 non-conference games.

The Linemakers take: Both teams are playing well coming into this rivalry game. Memphis has won seven of its past eight games and Tennessee has won four straight. This is the first true road game for Memphis, and the Tigerss may be without forward Tarik Black, who missed the last two games. This game figures to be a tough, defensive battle and favors the Vols on their home floor.

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