College Basketball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Saturday

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Several games are on tap from college basketball on Saturday January 28th to the satisfaction of college basketball bettors worldwide.

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It all gets underway at 12PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV as the West Virginia Mountaineers host the Texas A&M Aggies. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the West Virginia Mountaineers -16 point favorites. West Virginia has the look of a team that could make it to the Final Four this season. They are a pressing team that forces turnovers from opposing ball handlers. They come off a victory at home Tuesday as they defeated Kansas 85-69 as a -3 ½ point favorite which broke an 18 game win streak by the Jayhawks. West Virginia with help by creating turnovers is an outstanding offensive team as they average 88 points per game along with 48% shooting. This is a down Texas A&M team as they are 3-5 in the SEC. After dropping five of six games the Aggies have won two straight games.

On CBS TV at 1PM Eastern Time the Miami Hurricanes are home to the North Carolina Tar Heels. North Carolina is favored on the road by -6 points. North Carolina carries a seven game win streak into this contest after their 18 point home victory to a good Virginia Tech team on Thursday as they cover as a 15 ½ point favorite. Miami is 2-3 in the ACC as they have struggled on the road with losses at Duke, Wake Forest and Syracuse.

Two storied programs meet on ESPN TV at 6:15PM Eastern Time as the Kentucky Wildcats have a home date against the Kansas Jayhawks. Kentucky is favored by -7 1/2 points. Both teams are coming off losses on the road this week. Kentucky fell victim to Tennessee on the road Tuesday losing 82-80 as a 10 ½ point favorite. The Wildcats carries a seven game win streak into that game. Kentucky for the year is making 51% of their shots. Kansas was close to West Virginia for most of the game until the Mountaineers rallied late for a 16 point home victory.

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