College Basketball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Monday

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Now with the NFL and College Football no longer on the schedule on Monday it will be College Basketball taking center stage as Big Monday returns with several outstanding TV games scheduled on January 13th that will satisfy the appetite of sports betting enthusiasts. The action gets underway at 7PM Eastern Time.

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The excitement gets going at 7PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV as it will be an ACC conference battle as the Duke Blue Devils will be the home team hosting the Virginia Cavaliers. Duke has been perfect at home at 9-0 on the year. This Blue Devils team has struggled on the defensive end of the court as they allow opponents nearly 45% shooting on the season. Virginia is a tough opponent who is built to defend the bucket. They opened up road ACC action with a victory at Florida St 62-50 on January 4th as a +3 ½ point underdog.

On ESPNU TV at 7PM Eastern Time it will be Big 12 conference action as the Texas Longhorns hit the road to face the West Virginia Mountaineers. It has been a rough start to the conference season for the Longhorns as they open 0-2 entering Saturday’s home game to Texas Tech. they opened up the Big 12 with a home defeat to Oklahoma and a road loss at Oklahoma St. Heading into Saturday’s home contest with Oklahoma St the Mountaineers are 6-2 on the home court.

The Big 12 gets featured at the 9PM Eastern Time hour as the Kansas Jayhawks hit the road to face the Iowa St Cyclones. The Jayhawks have a quick turnaround after hosting a rivalry game to Kansas St on Saturday. Iowa St has gotten off to an outstanding start to the season despite suffering their first defeat of the year at Oklahoma on Saturday. The team is 14-1 straight up.

At 9PM Eastern Time on ESPNU TV it will be an ACC conference tilt as the Syracuse Orange will travel to face the Boston College Eagles. Syracuse moved to a perfect 16-0 after defeating North Carolina at home 57-45 on Saturday. Boston College broke a four game losing streak as they beat Virginia Tech on the road on Saturday 62-59.

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