It’s time for another Super Tuesday in college basketball. As we approach the biggest gambling tournament of the year, let’s make some cash and have a good night tonight.
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2020 Record: 22-19-1
Illinois (-7) vs Michigan State
The Spartans are having a hard time scoring at home this season averaging just under 61 PPG in their last five at home. Even after a big win against Indiana, you cannot trust this Michigan State team to score enough to keep up with Kofi Cockburn and Ayo Dosonmu. Expect Illinois to blow out the Spartans tonight.
St. John’s (+11.5) vs Villanova U/152.5
The last time these two teams matched up, St. John’s beat up on Villanova by double digits. St John’s is a tough team that plays at a very fast pace compared to Villanova. I am working on a point total theory in college basketball regarding pace-of-play and this fits the criteria.
Kansas (+2.5) vs Texas
Kansas got crushed by Texas the last time these teams met. The problem was, Kansas couldn’t buy a bucket that night. They only shot 40% inside the arc and only 3-23 from three. While Kansas is not an offensively dominant team, they are not that bad. Texas is 7-12 ATS this season and 3-9 ATS at home. Look for Kansas to come out strong in this game and come away with a big win.
Ole Miss vs Missouri O/132.5
Eight out of Missouri’s last ten games have gone over the total and Ole Miss is allowing 68 PPG in their last four games. A regressing defense and a surging offense is the perfect recipe for an over. I also like Missouri -4 tonight but they have burned me so many times this season that I refuse to bet them straight up. The odds are too good to be true. Just take the over and root for some points tonight.
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