College Basketball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Monday

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College Basketball will take center stage on January 26th as Big Monday features two outstanding matchups over national television to greatly satisfy the interests of sports bettors worldwide. The action on the hardwood gets started at 7PM Eastern Time.

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The ACC Conference will be showcased at 7PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV as the North Carolina Tar Heels will host the Syracuse Orange. This is a revenge spot for North Carolina as it was Syracuse posting the 57-45 home victory last year against the Tar Heels. North Carolina had a cold shooting performance in that loss as they go 39% from the field and only 2 of 12 from three.

Syracuse enters this contest loser of two of their past three games. They look to bounce back from a four point home loss on Saturday to Miami. The Orange can look at their free throw shooting for the reason for this 66-62 home loss as they made just 8 of 19 from the charity stripe. The defeat moved the Orange to 14-6 and gave them their second home loss of the season. Back on December 6th the Orange dropped a 12 point home decision to St Johns. Syracuse has struggled in a couple of important offensive categories as the club hits 32% from three ranking 255th and they make 64% of their free throws ranking 302nd in the nation. North Carolina will bring a five game win streak into this contest all against ACC schools. The Tar Heels got past Florida St on Saturday 78-74 but fails to cover as a -15 ½ point favorite.

At 9PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV it will be Big 12 action as the Iowa St Cyclones will host the Texas Longhorns. The home team has dominated this matchup by winning four straight and eight of their past nine meetings. The Cyclones are a perfect 10-0 straight up on their home court. The Hawkeyes will look to bounce back from a five game road defeat on Saturday to Texas Tech. Texas looks to rebounds from a 75-62 defeat on their home court to Kansas. The Longhorns have defended well on the year holding opponents to 34.9% shooting from the floor good for third best in the nation.

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