NCAAB Same-Game Parlay Auburn vs Tennessee

NCAAB Same-Game Parlay Feb. 28: Auburn vs Tennessee

Tonight's NCAAB same-game parlay focuses on a crucial SEC clash between the Auburn Tigers and Tennessee Volunteers. Why settle for just one bet when you can leverage your college hoops excitement with a same-game parlay.

As two of the favorites in the lastest College Basketball National Championship odds, this one should be a barnburner. Check out my Auburn vs Tennessee same-game parlay below.

NCAAB Same-Game Parlay: Auburn vs Tennessee

Auburn +7.5-112
Johni Broome OVER 14.5 points-125
Under 74.5 1st Half-188
SGP Odds+348


Pick 1: Auburn +7.5

Our college basketball computer picks love the Auburn Tigers to cover the spread tonight.

The Tigers have covered in five of their last seven games. They shoot the ball better than Tennessee by almost every metric, and are fantastic at getting to the free throw line. Led by the dominate interior skills of 6'11, 240-pound power forward Johni Broome, Auburn ranks 24th in the country in free-throw attempt rate.

This line is at least three points too high, for a Tigers team that is nearly level with the Volunteers in every efficiency rating. Take Auburn to cover the 7.5-point spread.

Pick 2: Johni Broome OVER 14.5 points

If Auburn has any hope of pulling off the upset, their best player has to be the catalyst. We've played the Tigers on the spread, so we'll stick with that theme here.


The junior star have averaged 16 a night this season, and has been a menace on the low-block. Broome's footwork and effective mid-range skills make him nearly impossible to stop. He's averaged 17.8 points across his past five games, against a murderer's row of SEC competition.

Broome's OVER 14.5 point prop is an easy play.

Pick 3: UNDER 74.5 1st-Half Total

While both these teams like to play at pace, Auburn and Tennessee possess menacing defenses. Ranked second (Tennessee) and fourth (Auburn) in defensive efficiency, allowing a combined average of 91 points per 100 possessions, these teams have put the clamps on some of the best offenses in the nation.

The Volunteers have allowed just 57 points per game over their past three contests. My feeling is that both teams use the first half as a feeling out period, before upping the intensity after the break. Add the Auburn vs Tennessee first half UNDER to your college basketball same-game parlay.

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