College Basketball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Tuesday

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The college basketball action for Tuesday March 12 features several outstanding games scheduled over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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It will be the Horizon League Championship Game from Detroit Michigan as Wright St Raiders facing Northern Kentucky Norse on ESPN TV at 7PM Eastern Time. The teams met twice this regular season with the home team winning each game, but it was Wright St covering the spread both times. They last met about a month ago with Wright St earning the 81-77 road win as two point favorite. Both teams shot well as the Raiders hit on 54.7% and made 9 of 19 three pointers. Northern Kentucky shot well with 50% from the floor and 12 of 27 from three. Difference was the Raiders got to the free throw line 13 more times than the Norse. Northern Kentucky enters the final of the Horizon League tourney after the 64-63 win to Oakland. Norse win despite losing the rebounding battle by 11 boards. Northern Kentucky held Oakland to just 35.1% shooting and forced 15 turnovers. Wright St has won three straight and nine of ten. They got past Green Bay in the semifinals 66-54. Raiders win despite 35.7% shooting and 8 of 26 from three. Wright St did force 16 turnovers in the win.

At 9PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV from Las Vegas Nevada it is the WCC Tournament championship game as Gonzaga Bulldogs battle Saint Mary’s Gaels. Teams meet for the third time this season. Gonzaga wins both games by 48 at home and 14 on the road. Bulldogs enters the finals of the WCC Tourney after their 100-74 victory to Pepperdine. Bulldogs had a great shooting game in the win hitting on 59.7% along with 11 of 23 from three point range. They also grabbed 12 more rebounds than the Waves. Killian Tillie played for the Bulldogs logging in 15 minutes with six rebounds and nine points. St Mary’s also had a bye into the semis, and they defeated San Diego 69-62. Gaels in the win shot 53.1% and had a good night from three converting on 5 of 11 from beyond the arc. Jordan Ford had 21 points logging in 40 minutes. Three of the Gaels starters went 39 minutes or greater.

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