Kansas Jayhawks at Kansas St Wildcats College Basketball Betting Preview

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Big Monday from NCAA college basketball will feature the number five ranked team in the nation as the 20-5 Kansas Jayhawks will have to travel to face rivals the 17-7 Kansas St Wildcats on Monday night in prime time. The Jayhawks and Wildcats will tip it off from Kansas St at 9PM Eastern Time and its ESPN providing the live national television broadcast.

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The point spread in this Big 12 conference college basketball game tonight has the road team Kansas Jayhawks favored by -4 points with an over under lined at 136 ½ points. A bet on the money line on the favored Kansas Jayhawks will return -190 odds. Bettors who like Kansas St in this revenge spot and would like to bet the home dog on the money line can take back +160 odds for their wager.

These two college basketball schools have met once already this season with Kansas pounding the Wildcats by a 67-49 margin as a -10 point home favorite. The total landed under the number of 139 ½ points. The Jayhawks opened up the game with a 35-20 lead at the half. Kansas just crushed the tar out of Kansas St on the glass as Kansas won the rebounding battle by a 48-24 margin.

Kansas is 5-2 straight up on the season in true road games. They have road losses at Iowa St by 8 points and at Missouri by three points this season. The Jayhawks have bounced back from the loss to the Bears and have posted consecutive victories at Baylor and home to Oklahoma St all by 14 points or greater. Kansas shoots the ball extremely well as they rank 15th in major college basketball with a 48.7% shooting percentage.

Kansas St is 10-2 straight up on their home court on the 2011-12 campaign. Their losses came by three points to Oklahoma and by two points to Baylor. The Wildcats try and not only erase the memories of a bad loss at Kansas but last Saturday the team dropped a 75-64 decision at Texas as a +4 point road underdog. In that loss the Wildcats blew a 40-27 lead at the half by allowing the Longhorns to outscore them by a 48-24 margin in the second half.

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