Saturday’s Betting Tips

Saturday’s Betting Tips

College Basketball Betting Odds and Preview Capsules: March 9
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Once again, there are numerous betting opportunities this Saturday in college basketball as the tournaments are here but there are also the final days of the regular season games for high-major conferences. Some teams are still on the bubble and they need a win to get in. If you need some assistance this weekend and for the upcoming March Madness, check out a proven winner in ATS Sportsline.

Are you ready for some amazing college hoops?

Syracuse Orange (23-7 SU, 15-11 ATS) at Georgetown Hoyas (23-5 SU, 14-10 ATS)

Intangibles:

Syracuse has revenge on their minds after being embarassed at home
Georgetown's Otto Porter was dominant in the first game with 33 points and had 28 against Rutgers
Georgetown's 11-game losing streak was stopped at Villanova and they don't want to go the Big East Tournament on a losing streak.

Keys to Success: Syracuse has to do find a way to stop Porter. Syracuse leading scorer Brandon Triche averaged 10 points in his last four games. He has to get out of a scoring slump for the Orange to have a chance.

Last game: (2/23/13) Georgetown (+7.5) over Syracuse, 57-46. Syracuse is going to the ACC and Georgetown to the Catholic 7/America 12 so who knows when these teams will play again?  Syracuse broke a three-game losing streak on Wednesday by beating lowly Depaul, 78-57 laying 19.5. Georgetown fell at Villanova getting 1 on Wednesday, 67-57. That broke an 11-game losing streak as the Hoyas turned the ball over 22 times, which is very un-Hoyas like. . Georgetown is 9-3 ATS last 12 overall. College Basketball Odds: Georgetown is a 1-point favorite. Total: 121.

Notre Dame Fighting Irish (23-7 SU, 14-13 ATS) at Louisville (25-5 SU, 16-14 ATS)

Intangibles:

A classic revenge game for Louisville. They lost a memorable five-overtime game to Notre Dame and won't forget that loss.
Notre Dame ranks third in the nation with 17.6 assists per game and nobody shares the ball better in the Big East.
Louisville is vying with Georgetown and Marquette for the Big East regular-season title.

Keys to Success: Notre Dame has to slow this game down and win at their own pace. Louisville needs more consistent offense from Peyton Siva and Chane Behanan.

Last game (2/9/13) Notre Dame (+6) over Louisville, 104-101. Notre Dame has won three of the last four weeks. Notre Dame beat St. John's, 66-40 on Tuesday, 66-40, giving 10. Louisville has won six straight since the five-overtime loss at Notre Dame. They beat Cincinnati on Monday, 67-51 giving 10.5. . Notre Dame is 8-3 ATS last 11 in series.College Basketball Line: Louisville is a 12-point favorite. Total: 125.

Kansas Jayhawks (26-4 SU, 16-13 ATS) at Baylor Bears (17-13 SU, 11-14 ATS)

Intangibles:

This is the last chance for Baylor to boost their resume' before they get to the Big 12 tournament.
Isaiah Austin is a 7-footer that can contend with KU's Jeff Withey in the paint.
Kansas is shooting for a top seed in the NCAA Tournament

Keys to Success:Baylor needs a big game from Pierre Jackson (19.1 points per game). Ben McClemore might not only be the Freshman of the Year in college basketball but also the top pick in the NBA Draft but can he slow down Jackson?

Last game: (1/14/13) Kansas (-10) over Baylor, 61-44.  Kansas is looking to end the regular season with an eight game winning streak. They crushed Texas Tech, 79-42 on Monday laying 24. Baylor lost at Texas, 79-70, giving 1 on Monday. They have lost five of the last six.  Road team is 13-2 ATS last 15 in series. College Hoops Odds: Kansas is a 3-point favorite. Total: 138.

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