College Basketball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Sunday

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The college basketball conference championship games come to an end on Sunday March 12th with several games over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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The SEC Championship Game goes off at 1PM Eastern Time on CBS TV as the Kentucky Wildcats meet the Arkansas Razorbacks from Nashville Tennessee. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Kentucky Wildcats favored by -8 points with the over under line set at 159 ½ points. Kentucky got past Alabama on Saturday as the Wildcats shot 51% in the victory. Arkansas pulled off the upset victory against Vanderbilt to earn a spot into the title game by the score of 76-62 as the Razorbacks cover as a 3 ½ point underdog. Three starters for Kentucky logged 35 minutes or greater in their semifinal win. Arkansas spread the minutes out to their roster as no player played more than 29 minutes.

The Big Ten Tournament title game tips at 3PM Eastern Time on CBS TV as the Wisconsin Badgers will take on the Michigan Wolverines from Washington DC. Wisconsin is favored by -1 ½ points. Michigan has been a hot team as they beat and equally hot team in Minnesota in the semifinals 84-77 covering as a 4 point favorite. Wisconsin ended their regular season with six losses in eight games. In the Big Ten Tournament, the Badgers earned a 10 point win to Indiana and my 28 to Northwester.

AAC Conference Championship Game closes out the action at 3:15PM Eastern Time on ESPN as the SMU Tigers face the Cincinnati Bearcats. SMU is favored by -2 points with the total lined at 128 ½ points. The top two teams in conference were able to face each other in the title game. Both teams are 29-4 and are very good defending. The Bearcats have won seven of eight games with their 81-71 victory in the semifinals to Connecticut. SMU got past the good defensive skill of Central Florida for the 70-59 victory. SMU does not go very far with their player rotation as three starters went played 38 minutes or greater.

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