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Postseason NIT - Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders Face the Louisville Cardinals: NCAA Basketball Odds and Betting Trends

The college basketball betting odds menu features a clash between Louisville and Middle Tennessee on Sunday, with the host Cardinals trying to win and cover the NCAA basketball point spread line.

The Louisville Cardinals sport a record of 21-13 and 17-14-1 ATS heading into this betting matchup, while the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders have 25-7 and 17-12 ATS marks on the season. The OVER/UNDER records are 19-13 for the Louisville Cardinals and 10-19 for the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders.

College Insider Tournament - Drake Bulldogs vs Northern Colorado Bears NCAA College Hoops Odds

Drake takes to the basketball court against Northern Colorado on Sunday, hoping to send the Bears to a loss while covering the college basketball betting point spread at Butler-Hancock Hall.

Supporters of the Drake Bulldogs have watched them go 17-16 and 17-12-1 ATS on the college basketball season, while the Northern Colorado Bears are at 22-12 and 21-10 ATS. In totals betting, the Northern Colorado Bears are 17-14, while the Drake Bulldogs have a 17-13 mark.

Postseason NIT - Oregon Ducks vs Marquette Golden Eagles NCAA College Hoops Odds

Earning a win and covering the posted point spread will be the goals for Oregon when they take on the Marquette Golden Eagles on Sunday in college basketball betting odds action.

The Marquette Golden Eagles sit at 20-13 (15-17 ATS) on the college basketball season. By comparison, the Oregon Ducks are currently 23-12 (17-16-1 ATS). Looking to bet on the total points scored? Marquette is 19-13 OU, and Oregon is 15-19 OU.

Postseason NIT - Baylor Bears Host the Mississippi State Bulldogs in NCAA College Basketball Action

A key college basketball betting odds battle sees the away Mississippi State Bulldogs taking on the Baylor Bears Sunday.

The Mississippi State Bulldogs will look to cover the spread vs the Baylor Bears on Sunday, as the Bulldogs are 15-14 ATS versus the spread this season, while the Bears are 17-11 ATS. Mississippi State is 13-16 against the total, while Baylor is 13-15 versus the total betting line.

Michigan Enters the Round of 32 as a Blazing Hot Inferno at the Betting Window

Michigan showed no signs of rust in the opening round, easily rolling Montana 61-47. The win was the Wolverines’ tenth straight, but more importantly for us bettors, they covered the spread, making them 9-1 ATS during their winning streak. They’ll look to add another cover to their tournament resume when they face off with the Houston Cougars on Saturday night.

Can Florida advance to Sweet 16 in back-to-back tourneys?

The No.6-seeded Florida Gators will matchup with No.3-seeded Texas Tech Red Raiders and the Gators will look to make the Sweet 16 for the sixth time since 2010. Florida smashed St. Bonaventure 77-62 but the Raiders won’t be a pushover compared the Bonnies, as Texas Tech opened as a two-point favorite to end the Gators run at a national title.

Ohio State Could Be Fade Material In Round of 32

It wasn’t easy but Ohio State got past South Dakota State in the Round of 64 and will continue their trek through the NCAA Tournament when they take on Gonzaga Saturday. However, bettors should be wary of the Buckeyes entering this game with Chris Holtmann’s covering just once in their last six contests.

Should Kansas be a Bigger Favorite vs Seton Hall?

A round of 32 matchup on Saturday nights pits the No.1-seeded Kansas Jayhawks vs the No.8 Seton Hall Pirates. Despite earning a No. 1 seed Kansas wasn’t exactly a trendy pick to win the NCAA tournament and might be offering nice value in this matchup after opening as a 4.5-point favorite.

Tennessee’s Margin For Error Not Nearly As Big Vs Loyola-Chicago

In the end, Tennessee routed Wright State in the Round of 64 but the Volunteers made sure to keep it more interesting than it should have been early. Tennessee missed their first six shots but their overmatched opponents never made the Vols pay. Rick Barnes’ team can’t be expecting the same sort of leniency from a white-hot Loyola-Chicago Ramblers program on Saturday.

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