College Basketball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Tuesday

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We have reached the semifinal round of the NIT Tournament and scheduled on Tuesday April 1st are two outstanding college basketball games over national television that will satisfy the appetite of sports bettors worldwide. The action gets underway at 7PM Eastern Time.

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The NIT Tournament semifinals will tip off at 7PM Eastern Time as the Clemson Tigers will meet the SMU Mustangs. The teams will play on a neutral court at Madison Square Garden in New York with ESPN 2 TV providing the coast to coast broadcast. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker , where the bonuses are the best in the business have the SMU Mustangs favored by -3 points with an over under line of 119 points. There are three games needed to win the opening round to make the semifinals in Madison Square Garden. Ironically all four teams in the semifinals of the NIT have not had a road game in their first three games of the tournament. SMU was the last team left off the NCAA Tournament. Their current record of 26-9 following three wins in the NIT. The Mustangs have made giant leaps in their college basketball program with the addition of Larry Brown as the teams head coach. An NIT tournament would mean much more to SMU than to the other three schools remaining in this tourney. Clemson is a good defensive team that struggle making shots.

The doubleheader game will also be played on a neutral court in Madison Square Garden as the Florida St Seminoles will face off with the Minnesota Golden Gophers. Things get started at 9:30PM Eastern Time over ESPN2 TV. The wagering odds have the Florida St Seminoles favored by -1 point with a total lined at 137 ½ points. Florida St defends well but in their third round win against Louisiana Tech nearly blew a big lead late with mistakes and missed free throws. Minnesota is getting the early money in this game based on their conference affiliation. The Big Ten sent Michigan, Michigan St and Wisconsin to the Elite Eight with the Badgers the lone Big Ten school moving into the Final Four.

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