College Basketball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Thursday

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The conference tournaments from college basketball continues Thursday March 8th with several outstanding games over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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A nice one from the Big 12 Tournament in Kansas City is set to tip off at 12:30PM Eastern Time on ESPN 2 TV as the Kansas St Wildcats meet TCU Horned Frogs. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the TCU Horned Frogs favored by -2 ½ points. TCU played strongly down the stretch as the team has won four of five to close the regular season. Horned Frogs beat the Wildcats at home over a week ago 66-59. After back to back road defeats at Oklahoma and TCU, Kansas St responded with a ten point home win to Baylor in the regular season finale. Baylor had shown recent improvement. TCU is a very good shooting team with an overall mark of 50% shooting and hitting on 40% from three.

On PAC 12 Network at 3PM Eastern Time from Las Vegas the Arizona Wildcats meet Colorado Buffaloes in the PAC 12 tournament quarterfinal. Arizona is favored by -8 ½ points. Colorado opened the PAC 12 Tournament by pulling off an upset of the Arizona St Sun Devils. Buffaloes won 97-85 as a seven point underdog. Buffaloes shot 53% in the win and got a team effort with six players scoring in double figures. McKinley Wright had 20 points with 11 assists and eight rebounds. Arizona with scandals around their program closed out the regular season with home wins to Stanford and Cal.

At 9PM Eastern Time on ESPN 2 TV from Kansas City the West Virginia Mountaineers battle Baylor Bears. West Virginia is favored by -4 ½ points. West Virginia took a three game win streak into Texas to close out the regular season with the 87-79 road defeat in overtime at Texas. It was a poor defensive effort by the Mountaineers as they allowed a poor shooting team in Texas 58% shooting and 58% from three. Baylor recent improvement on the court took a detour as they finished the regular season dropping three of four after a ten point loss at Kansas St.

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