Baylor Bears versus Kansas Jayhawks College Basketball Betting Preview

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From Big 12 conference college basketball action on Monday night it will be the Baylor Bears paying a visit to the Kansas Jayhawks on January 14th. Kansas will play the host team so the action begins at 9PM Eastern Time with national television coverage provided by ESPN.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker sportsbook, where the bonuses are the best in the business show the home team Kansas Jayhawks favored by -10 points with an over under line of 142 1/2 points. Those wagering on the Kansas Jayhawks on the money line will receive –650 odds. A money line bet on the road underdog Baylor Bears will return +475 odds to pull off the straight up win against Kansas on Monday night college hoops without taking points on their side.

The Kansas Jayhawks has had good success in regular season meetings against Baylor with eight straight wins with six wins coming by double digits. In Big 12 conference tournament action that’s where Baylor has had good results with two straight wins. Because of the way Kansas plays with their fast pace it is a system that works when there is plenty of fuel in the tank. The conference tournament structure with many games on back to back nights does not fit their style and explains their recent failures in these games. In the regular season the Jayhawks manhandled Baylor last year. In their home game the Jayhawks crush the Bears 92-74 and covers as a -6 ½ point favorite. Baylor was a -2 point favorite in the rematch as it was a huge revenge game on the Bears home court. Kansas goes into Baylor and comes away with the 68-54 road win and cover. Baylor enters the game with an overall mark of 11-4. Their losses came at Gonzaga, Colorado on a neutral court and home defeats to Northwestern and Charleston. Kansas is 14-1 straight up on the year with their only blemish on their resume coming in a 67-65 defeat on a neutral court to the Michigan St Spartans as a -3 point favorite in the second game of the season played on November 13th.

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