NCAAB Race to 10 Feb. 29

College Basketball Race to 10 Picks For Feb. 29: Trust in the Cornhuskers

College basketball race to 10 bets offer a quick and exciting way to place a wager and see immediate results. Race to 10 points bets are the newest trend in prop betting. You can instantly be up (or down) a multitude of units on any given night, or even afternoon when college hoops are involved. Thankfully, we're up big as things stand, going 16-6 in our college basketball race to 10 bets this season.

Check out three NCAAB Race to 10 bets you need to make as we gear up for college hoops on Thursday, February 29, 2024:

Nebraska vs Ohio State

Matchup: Nebraska vs Ohio State 6:30 pm ET

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Pick: Nebraska -105

The Cornhuskers have both won and covered the spread in four straight contests. Nebraska shoot the ball at a much better clip than Ohio State, ranking 70th in the country with 52.9% effective field goal percentage. They also shoot over 37% from three versus the average opponent on over 26 attempts a game. Former Chicago Bulls head coach Fred Hoiberg has turned around this program.

Nebraska have a healthy +7.6 average scoring margin, and are on a roll with four straight victories. They also have a significant advantage on defense, and sit as the number five team in the nation in defensive field goal conversion rate. Bet on the Cornhuskers to win the race to 10 in this Big Ten clash.

Memphis vs ECU

Matchup: Memphis vs ECU 7pm ET



Pick: Memphis -140

Penny Hardaway's squad love to play on the break. Memphis ranks 21st in the nation in pace, and shoot the ball remarkably better than East Carolina. Actually the Pirates have an effective field goal percentage of just 47.% which sits 297th in the country. They hit on just 31.1% of three-pointers and rank 245th in first-half points per game.

We're simply riding with the much better squad by almost every metric. Our computer picks love Memphis to win this contest.

Denver vs UMKC

Matchup: Denver vs UMKC 9pm ET



Pick: Denver -135

Denver shoots the ball better than Kansas City in nearly every metric. Plus, the Pioneers love to get out and run.

They average over 37.5 first-half points a game and should have no trouble getting us to the pay window on their home floor. Kansas City play at a slow pace and rely heavily on the three ball to cue their offense. We'll roll with the Pioneers to win the race to 10 in this Summit League matchup.

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