Virginia struggling at betting window

Tuesday College Hoops Betting Report: Virginia struggling to cover

No. 13 Virginia will be a slight home favorite tonight when it takes on No. 8 Miami, but the Cavaliers have been struggling at the betting window.

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Miami at Virginia, 7:00PM ET

According to oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv, the Cavaliers are 4-point favorites over the Hurricanes for tonight's game while the total currently sits at 132.5 points. Virginia has failed to cover in back-to-back losses to Virginia Tech and Georgia Tech, respectively, and is now 1-4 against the number in its last five games. As a home favorite this season, the Cavaliers are 3-2 against the spread but Miami is a solid 10-3 at the betting window for the season.

Kansas at West Virginia, 7:00PM ET

In a game that is certain to see plenty of action from bettors, No. 1 Kansas is a 1-point road favorite over No. 11 West Virginia. The Jayhawks have been outstanding at the betting window this season, covering in 10 of their 13 lined games. The Mountaineers don't own as impressive an ATS record as Kansas, but they've been profitable as well while going 7-5 at the betting window. The home team is 5-1 against the spread in the last six meetings between these two teams.

Maryland at Michigan, 9:00PM ET

The last top-25 game to tip-off tonight will feature Big Ten foes Maryland, which is the No. 3 team in the nation, and Michigan, which owns a 12-4 record and an 8-1 mark at home this season. The Terps are 8-8 against the spread while the Wolverines are 9-5 ATS, including 5-2 ATS at home. The line for this game opened at Maryland -1 but has since climbed to 1.5. With a whopping 81% of public bettors backing the Terps tonight, if you like Maryland then you'll want to jump on them now. Unless sharps get into the action, the line is almost certain to go up.

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