College Basketball Sports Betting Match Ups Sunday February 9, 2020

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The College Basketball action for Sunday February 9th features several outstanding games over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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The Big Ten conference is featured on CBS TV at 1PM Eastern Time as the Wisconsin Badgers host the Ohio St Buckeyes. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Wisconsin Badgers favored by -2 points with the over under line of 124 points. Ohio St checks in with an overall record of 15-7 and sit 3-4 on the road. Buckeyes have won three straight following their 61-58 road win at Michigan on Tuesday. Buckeyes put on a great defensive performance in the win limiting the Wolverines to just 33.3% shooting. Ohio St is 16th best in the nation shooting the three point shot converting on 38.2%. Wisconsin sits at 13-10 and 10-1 straight up on the home court. Badgers have lost three of four following their 70-52 road defeat at Minnesota on Wednesday. Wisconsin has been in a shooting slump during this downward trend. They were held to just 28% shooting with 7 of 29 from three in the loss. Badgers sit 266th in the nation shooting the basketball at 42% on the season.

Two AAC contenders go head to head at 3PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV as the Houston Cougars welcome into town the Wichita St Shockers. Houston is favored by -5 ½ points with the total lined at 134 ½ points. Wichita St takes the court at 17-5 on the campaign with a mark of 3-2 on the highway. Shockers have lost two straight after their 80-79 home defeat to Cincinnati on Thursday. Wichita St has had issues shooting but did convert on 49% against the Bearcats. But the Shockers strength let them down by surrendering 55% shooting to Cincinnati. Houston is 18-5 overall with a home court record at 10-2. Cougars have won six of their past seven games following their 75-62 home win to Tulane Green Wave on Thursday. Houston strong on both ends of the court with the team hitting 54% and holding the Green Wave to 37% shooting. On the season Wichita St shoots only 40.8% and Houston 43.3%.

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