College Basketball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Saturday

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The college basketball card for Saturday March 2nd features several outstanding games over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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A monster matchup begins at 2PM Eastern Time on CBS TV as the Tennessee Volunteers will host the Kentucky Wildcats. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Tennessee Volunteers favored by -2 ½ points with the over under line of 141 points. This is a rematch of a game that was played two weeks ago where Kentucky blew out Tennessee 86-69 at home. Wildcats had a good shooting game in the win hitting on 54.7% and made 5 of 13 three pointers. Kentucky had a strong rebounding game pulling down 38 boards and the Vols had only 24 boards. Wildcats will carry a four game win streak since their home loss to LSU. A notable win came to Auburn at home 80-53. Volunteers after their road defeat at Kentucky in their next road game lost 82-80 in overtime at LSU. For Tennessee Lyle Alexander a starter has been listed as questionable with an illness. He averages 8 points and 6 ½ rebounds per game. Kentucky has a major injury as Reid Travis is out with a knee injury. Travis averaged 11 points and seven rebounds a game.

On ESPN TV at 6PM Eastern Time the Clemson Tigers have a home date with the North Carolina Tar Heels. North Carolina is favored on the road by -4 points with the total set at 147 ½ points. Clemson beat North Carolina at home last year 82-78. Tigers after a three game losing streak has bounced back with a ten point home win to Boston College and by 14 at Pittsburgh. Tigers have a recent home loss 77-64 at home to Florida St giving up 49% shooting and losing the rebounding battle by 12 boards. North Carolina has won four straight and nine of ten. The loss came at home to Virginia by eight points. Tar Heels come off the 93-85 win at home to Syracuse not covering as a -10 ½ point favorite. Tar Heels have outrebounded their past two opponents by 11 boards or greater.

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