College Basketball Sports Betting Match Ups Friday February 21, 2020

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 Kent St Golden Flashes vs Buffalo BullsThe college basketball action for Friday February 21st features several outstanding games over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide. ESPN2 TV will feature a doubleheader of games.

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The MAC conference will be featured on ESPN TV at 7PM Eastern Time as the Kent St Golden Flashes host the Buffalo Bulls. Kent enters play with an overall record of 17-8 this season and are 11-2 straight up on their home court. Golden Flashes have lost three of their past four games with the 70-49 road defeat on Tuesday to the Eastern Michigan Eagles. Kent had a poor shooting night in the loss converting on 29% from the floor and 5 of 31 from three point range. Team sits in the upper third in scoring offense this year putting up 75.2 points per game. Buffalo checks in with a mark of 17-9 and sit 5-3 on the road. Bulls have won three straight with their 72-59 home win on Tuesday to the Ball St Cardinals. Buffalo wins despite shooting 33% from the floor and 8 of 31 from three. They did hold Ball St to 7 of 28 from three and forced 15 turnovers. Buffalo is 28th in the nation in scoring as they put up 78 points per game.

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At 9PM Eastern Time on ESPN2 TV the Saint Louis Billikens are home to the VCU Rams. Saints Louis sits at 18-8 and has a home court record of 12-3. Billikens have lost three of their past four with the 67-63 road defeat on Tuesday to Massachusetts Minutemen. Saint Louis missed 5 of 11 free throws and turned the ball over 14 times. Billikens a good defensive team holding opponents to 40.8% shooting. VCU sits at 17-9 and 4-4 away from home. Rams have lost three straight after their 66-61 home defeat to Dayton Flyers on Tuesday. VCU struggled shooting the basketball in the loss hitting just 37% with 6 of 21 from three. Team missed 9 of 22 free throws. Rams defend well holding teams to 41.3% shooting sitting in the upper third in the nation. Their struggles have come shooting the basketball where they hit only 43% this season.

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