Sunday's CBB Top ATS Teams

Sunday CBB Betting Report: Michigan State & USC top ATS Teams in Action

Here's a quick-hit guide to which college basketball teams in action on Sunday have the best and worst ATS records.

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USC at Arizona, 8:00PM ET

The Trojans burned bettors on Friday night when they lost 74-67 as a 1-point underdog versus Arizona State but they own the best ATS record of any team playing on Sunday. USC is 15-8-1 against the spread this season, covering at a 65.2% clip. According to oddsmakers from online sports book, the Trojans are 9.5-point road underdogs versus Arizona tonight and are winless at 0-5 ATS in their last five road games versus the Wildcats. Seeing as how they're also 2-6 against the spread in their last eight games versus Arizona overall, perhaps fading USC is the better play tonight.

Indiana at Michigan State, 1:00PM ET, CBS

Huge matchup in the Big Ten today as the No. 8 Spartans host the Hoosiers, who are coming off an 85-78 upset win over Iowa on Thursday. At 15-9 (62.5%), Michigan State owns the second best ATS record of the teams playing on Sunday and is a 7-point home favorite versus the Hoosiers. The road team has dominated at the betting window in previous meetings, covering in five of the last six games between these two teams. That said, Indiana has failed to cover in nine of its last 12 trips to East Lansing.

Fade Material

Boston College is just 6-12-1 against the spread (33.3%) this season and hosts Syracuse as an 11.5-point home underdog today at 1:00PM ET…North Carolina hasn't fared well against the spread, covering in just 39.1% of its games this season for a 9-14-1 record. The Tar Heels will host Pittsburgh as a 10.5-point home favorite at 1:00PM ET…Minnesota is a dreadful 7-15 against the number, covering at a 31.8% clip. The Golden Gophers will visit Iowa at 7:30PM ET tonight and the Hawkeyes are 13-8 against the spread on the season (61.9%). That said, Iowa is also laying a big number at -19.5.

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