College Basketball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Wednesday

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The college basketball card for Wednesday December 6th features several outstanding games scheduled over national television to the delight of sports bettors worldwide.

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The action gets underway at 7PM Eastern Time on ESPN U TV as the Temple Owls will host the Wisconsin Badgers. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Temple Owls favored by -4 points. Wisconsin lost a lot of production from last year and have struggled on the court this season with a record of 4-5. The Big Ten conference scheduled a pair of games last week and the Badgers went 1-1. Their Big Ten opener was at home and it was an awful 83-58 defeat to Ohio St as a -7 ½ point favorite. The loss marked the fifth loss in six games. Badgers were able to bounce back on Monday as they traveled to a Penn St team with all starters back and won 64-63 as a 5 ½ point underdog on the road. Badgers are shooting only 44.7% from the field but allowing 44.7% shooting to their opponents. Temple has dropped two of three with true road defeats at LaSalle and George Washington by four points.

At 9PM Eastern Time on ESPN 2 TV the Kansas Jayhawks are home to the Washington Huskies. Kansas is a -20 ½ point favorite. Kansas is off to a 7-0 start to the season. They have victories on neutral courts to Kentucky by four and to Syracuse by 16 points. Jayhawks are allowing 35.4% shooting this season. Washington Huskies under first year head coach Mike Hopkins enters play at 6-2. All wins were at home to weak competition and the losses came on neutral courts to Providence by 7 and Virginia Tech by 24 points. Huskies are defending poorly allowing 47.6% shooting with 38.3% from three point range. Hopkins came to Washington after spending 22 years as an assistant working for Jim Boeheim at Syracuse. He will have his work cut out for home as the Huskies have struggled on the defensive end for several seasons under former head coach Lorenzo Romar.

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