College Basketball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Monday

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The college basketball card for Monday February 18th features several outstanding games over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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It all gets underway at 7PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV as the Virginia Tech Hokies host the Virginia Cavaliers. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road team Virginia Cavaliers favored by -5 points with the over under line of 122 points. Virginia enters play with a 22-2 record. Their only losses on the season came home and, on the road, facing Duke. Cavaliers pounded Virginia Tech in their first meeting 81-59 covering as a -7 ½ point favorite. Cavs started quickly posting the 44-22 first half lead. Virginia shot 58.5% for the game and converted on 13 of 24 from three. Virginia Tech hit only 43.2% and made only 7 of 21 from beyond the arc. Virginia had a sizable rebounding advantage in the win pulling down 11 more than the Hokies. Cavaliers hit the road after a 60-54 home win to Notre Dame as they failed to cover as a -16 ½ point favorite. Virginia defended well but shot poorly in the win hitting only 36.5% for the game. Hokies enter play with a 20-5 straight up mark and are 12-1 at home.

At 9PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV it will be the West Virginia Mountaineers home to the Kansas St Wildcats. Kansas St is favored by -8 points with the over under line of 132 points. Wildcats had their four game win streak snapped after their 78-64 home defeat to Iowa St on Saturday. They will be without Cartier Diarra as the guard will miss the game with a hand injury. He averages 6.3 points per game and was in double digits the past four games he played. He missed the win at Texas and home loss to Iowa St. In their loss to the Cyclones the Bears gave up 52.7% shooting to Iowa St with 14 of 24 from three. Kansas St was ice cold from three hitting only 5 of 19 shots. West Virginia is going through a down season at 10-15 on the year. They have lost three straight after a 78-53 loss at Kansas on Saturday.

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