College Basketball Sports Match Up Previews Wednesday January 8, 2020

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The college basketball card for Wednesday January 8th features several outstanding games over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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The Big East conference is featured on FOX Sports 1 TV at 6:30PM Eastern Time as the Georgetown Hoyas are home to the St Johns Red Storm. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Georgetown Hoyas favored by -4 points with the over under line of 152 points. Georgetown enters play at 10-5 overall and 8-2 on their home court. Georgetown opened Big East play on the road with bad losses at Providence 76-60 and on Friday night a 78-62 defeat at Seton Hall. Hoyas in those conference losses struggled shooting the basketball hitting only 36.2% with 27.8% from the three point line.  Play was poor defensively for Georgetown in those Big East defeats by allowing 50% shooting with 41.3% from beyond the arc. St Johns sits with a mark of 11-4 and 1-1 in their true road games. They are 0-2 in the Big East with a home loss by 2 to Butler and dropping a 75-67 decision at Xavier on Sunday. In conference play the Red Storm has shot poorly hitting only 34.6% and a very poor 13.2% from the three point line.

On ESPN2 TV at 9PM Eastern Time on ESPN2 TV it will be a Big 12 showdown as the Texas Longhorns host the Oklahoma Sooners. Texas is favored by -2 points with the over under line of 136 points. Both teams enter play at 10-3 overall. They opened Big 12 conference play on Saturday defeating Kansas St at home 66-61 hitting only 38% of their shots. Team has now won three straight. Longhorns are a perfect 8-0 on their home court. Their Big 12 conference opener resulted in a 59-44 road defeat on Saturday to Baylor. It was a poor shooting performance for the Longhorns hitting only 34.6% and 18.8% from three point range. They did hold a highly ranked Baylor offense to only 31.3% shooting with 29.4% from the three point line on the Bears home court.

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