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Saturday's Opening Top 25 Odds

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(The Spread) – A total of 17 ranked teams will be in action on Saturday, including the top four teams in the nation.

No. 1 Syracuse takes the hardwood tonight against Providence at 6:00PM ET on ESPN3. The Orange have opened as 20 point favorites while the over/under total is sitting at 142. The favorite is 5-1 against the spread in the last six meetings between these two teams while the Friars are just 2-7 against the number in their last nine games against ‘Cuse.

No. 2 Kentucky will travel to Knoxville to take on conference for Tennessee at 12:00PM Et on ESPN. According to latest college basketball trends, the Wildcats are 8-1 against the spread in their last nine games against the Volunteers and are 5-2 ATS in their last seven trips to Knoxville. Kentucky has opened as a 10-point favorite in this game, while the over/under total is currently 136.

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In the ACC, No. 3 North Carolina will take on Florida State at 2:00PM ET on ESPN. The over is 5-1-1 in the last seven meetings between these two teams and 5-2 in the last seven meetings at Florida State. The underdog is 5-2 against the spread in the last seven meetings between these two programs while the Tar Heels are just 1-6 ATS in their last seven games against the Seminoles. UNC has opened as a 7-point favorite over FSU.

Finally, No. 4 Baylor will host Oklahoma State at 3:00PM ET on ESPN2. The Bears are 14.5-point favorites over the Cowboys, while the over/under total is currently 129. The over is 4-1 in the last five meetings between these two teams in Baylor and 8-3 in the last 11 meetings overall. The favorite is 12-3-1 against the spread in the last 16 meetings between these two teams while the Cowboys are 0-5 ATS in their last five road games versus the Bears.

For a complete list of top 25 odds for Saturday’s NCAA men’s basketball games, see below.

2012 College Basketball Top 25 Odds for Saturday, January 14

553 No. 2 Kentucky Wildcats –10 (136)

554 Tennessee Volunteers +10

559 Texas +9.5 (143.5)

560 No. 9 Missouri –9.5

561 No. 13 Michigan –2.5 (138)

562 Iowa +2.5

565 No. 18 Kansas State –3 (136.5)

566 Oklahoma +3

569 Pittsburgh +10.5 (141.5)

570 No. 24 Marquette –10.5

575 George Washington +14.5 (118)

576 No. 25 Harvard –14.5

577 No. 3 North Carolina –7 (142)

578 Florida State +7

593 Oklahoma State +14.5 (129)

594 No. 4 Baylor –14.5

595 No. 7 Michigan State –4.5 (136.5)

596 Northwestern +4.5

569 Pittsburgh +10.5 (141.5)

570 No. 24 Marquette –10.5

601 No. 12 UNLV –1.5 (144.5)

602 No. 22 San Diego State +1.5

605 Alabama –1.5 (129.5)

606 No. 20 Mississippi State +1.5

609 DePaul +16 (147.5)

610 No. 15 Louisville –16

613 Iowa State +14.5 (139)

614 No. 10 Kansas –14.5

629 Providence +20 (142)

630 No. 1 Syracuse –20

649 No. 19 Florida –7.5 (146)

650 South Carolina +7.5

667 No. 23 Gonzaga –10 (140.5)

668 Loyola Marymount +10

705 Tennessee Tech +13.5 (140.5)

706 No. 14 Murray State –13.5

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