College Basketball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Monday

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With the NFL in the rear view mirror the next big event is the NCAA Tournament which is about six weeks away. On tap from College Basketball for Monday February 5th are several outstanding games over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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At 7PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV the Louisville Cardinals will host Syracuse Orange. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Louisville Cardinals favored by -7 points with the over under line set at 133 points. Louisville has won three straight against the Orange. Syracuse has lost two straight as they enter play. They have also dropped six of their past nine against the ACC with two wins coming against hapless Pittsburgh. Syracuse is a poor offensive team as they struggle shooting the basketball. They have been held to 60 points or less in three straight. Louisville looks to rebound as the team has lost two straight and three of their past four games. They dropped a home game to Florida St on Saturday 80-76 as a four point favorite. Cardinals had tough time from the field making 42.4% in the loss. They did pull down six fewer rebounds than the Eagles.

The Big 12 will be showcased on ESPN TV at 9PM Eastern Time as the Oklahoma Sooners hosting the West Virginia Mountaineers. Oklahoma is set as a -2 point favorite with the total of 169 points. Oklahoma has been good at home but struggles on the road. In this meeting they play on their home court where they are 11-0 straight up. Sooners look to bounce back after a 79-74 defeat at Texas on Saturday. Oklahoma losses despite making 51.6% of their shots. Issue was the team went 3 of 22 from the three point line. Trae Young struggled from the field going 2 of 14 from three. West Virginia broke a three game losing streak after their 89-51 home victory to Kansas St on Saturday. Mountaineers had dropped five of six games entering play. In their win against the Wildcats it was West Virginia shooting 54.9% and limiting Kansas St to 29.8%.

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