College Basketball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Tuesday

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Conference tournament action is on tap from College Basketball for Tuesday March 7th as there are several outstanding games over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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The action gets underway at 12PM Eastern Time on ESPN 2 TV in a first round ACC Tournament game as the Clemson Tigers meet the NC State Wolfpack. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the Clemson Tigers favored by -6 ½ points. The site for the ACC Tournament is Brooklyn New York. NC State is changing head coaches at the end of their season. They are a disappointing 15-16 on the year and enter the ACC tourney with nine losses in their past ten games. The Wolfpack has struggled defending the three ball by allowing 37%. Clemson most likely will need a very deep run to have a shot at an at large bid at 16-14. They have been on the wrong side of close games. They had dropped six of seven prior to their current two game win streak.

At 7PM Eastern Time on ESPN U TV it’s a first round game from the ACC Tournament in Brooklyn New York as the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets face the Pittsburgh Panthers. Pittsburgh is favored by -1 point. It has been a disappointing year for the Pittsburgh Panthers this year as they enter the ACC tourney at 15-16. The team has lost four straight after a 67-42 road defeat at Virginia on Saturday. Georgia Tech has struggled shooting the basketball but they defend well by allowing 39.8%. They suffered an embarrassing loss to close out play in the regular season losing 90-61 at Syracuse on Saturday.

The WCC Tournament Championship Game goes off at 9PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV as the Gonzaga Bulldogs will battle the St Mary’s Gaels from the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas Nevada. Gonzaga has won both meetings against St Mary’s this year by double digits. St Mary’s blew out BYU in an impressive victory in the semifinal round 81-50 as an eight point favorite. Gonzaga in the semis beat Santa Clara 77-68 but failing to cover as a 23 point favorite.

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