College Basketball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Tuesday

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Over on National Television on Tuesday January 27th will be several outstanding college basketball games scheduled in conference play to greatly satisfy the appetite of sports bettors worldwide. It all gets underway at 7PM Eastern Time.

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The featured game on ESPN at 7PM Eastern Time will be a Big Ten conference contest as the Michigan Wolverines will host the Nebraska Cornhuskers. Michigan is at 5-3 in conference and needs to pile up wins after a bad non-conference season. The team fell in overtime on Saturday at home to Wisconsin. Nebraska got off to a 0-2 start in Big Ten play but has responded winning four of their next five games. They just defeated both Minnesota and Michigan St on their home court as they travel to Michigan.

The Big East will be showcased on FOX Sports 1 at 7PM Eastern Time as the Georgetown Hoyas will host the Xavier Musketeers. This is the second meeting of the year between these two schools. Back on New Year’s Eve it was Xavier with the 70-53 home victory and cover as a -5 point favorite. Georgetown is 6-2 in the Big East and has a four game win streak. Xavier is 4-4 in the Big East and is on the bubble on the latest brackets.

At 9PM Eastern Time over on ESPN TV it will be an SEC conference showdown as the Alabama Crimson Tide will host the Florida Gators. Florida has won nine straight against Alabama. This is a down Gators team losers of three straight and is 3-3 in the SEC. Florida is not on Joe Lunardi’s latest bracket. Alabama broke a three game losing streak in the SEC after a two point home win to Auburn on Saturday.

The late night game over on ESPNU will feature the Mountain West conference as the Boise St Broncos will host the Colorado St Rams. The teams went head to head on New Year’s Eve and Colorado St came away with a 71-65 home win as a -8 point favorite. Colorado St is a bubble team and carries a four game win streak in the Mountain West entering play on Tuesday. After a 0-3 start in Mountain West play Boise St has strung together four straight wins in conference.

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