College Basketball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Monday

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We are just three weeks away from the start of the NCAA Tournament so college basketball teams make their final push for at large bids or better seeds. On tap for Monday February 23rd are several games over national television to greatly satisfy the appetite of college basketball bettors worldwide.

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The ACC conference will be featured over ESPN at 7PM Eastern Time as the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets will host the Louisville Cardinals. At 21-6 on the year the Louisville Cardinals are a lock into the NCAA Tournament. They entered their home game with Miami on Saturday with a two game losing streak with losses at home to NC State by 11 and at Syracuse by 10. The Cardinals had trouble scoring once again on Saturday but this time their defense bailed them out in a 55-53 home victory to Miami. The issues facing this Cardinals team has been shooting the basketball. For a team of this caliber playing in a major conference it is not acceptable ranking 204th in shooting percentage, 314th in three point shooting and 249th in the nation in free throw shooting. It looks like there will be no post season for Georgia Tech this season as the club is 12-15 on the year. They are just 3-12 against the ACC.

On FOX Sports 1 on FOX Sports 1 the St Johns Red Storm are home to the Xavier Musketeers. On the Joe Lunardi brackets both teams are clearly on the bubble. This is a rematch of a meeting on February 14th where St Johns posted the 78-70 road victory on Xavier. Since that loss Xavier has posted back to back wins against Butler at home and at Cincinnati. St Johns have won four of their past five games.

Two Big 12 in-state rivals go head to head at 9PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV as the Kansas St Wildcats will host the Kansas Jayhawks. The Jayhawks have been dominant on their home court but have looked beatable on the road. The first meeting was won by Kansas at home by 11 points. They have lost two of their past three road games with losses at West Virginia and Oklahoma St. Kansas St has lost seven of their past eight games to fall to 13-15 and will likely miss any post season tournament.

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