Kansas Jayhawks versus West Virginia Mountaineers College Basketball Betting Preview

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Game two from Big Monday NCAA college basketball will be a Big 12 conference tussle as the Kansas Jayhawks will meet the West Virginia Mountaineers. The Jayhawks and Mountaineers will begin from West Virginia at 9PM Eastern Time and ESPN will carry it over national television.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has Kansas the road favorite by -9 points with an over under line of 131 points. Those who bet the Kansas Jayhawks on the money line will see a return of –450 odds. Bettors who believe that the home underdog can pull out the win on Big Monday can get back +350 odds for their wager on the money line.

Kansas has been mowing down the competition in a somewhat down Big 12 conference. The team holds a record of 6-0 on the season in the Big 12. On the road in conference the Jayhawks have had close calls with a five point win at a down Texas and a four point squeaker at Kansas St. Their only loss of the season came way back on November 13th in a 67-64 defeat to Michigan St in a game held on a neutral court. This isn’t one of the more offensively explosive Kansas teams. They have been held in the 50’s and 60’s offensively in each of their past five games. Their 75 point per game average is indeed misleading as they piled up wins against soft non-conference foes. West Virginia is under .500 this season with a record of 9-10. This Mountaineers team seems to suffer from the same poor shooting from a year ago. West Virginia hits just 39.7% from the field and counted in those numbers are all those small college teams they faced in the non-conference. They have lost four of six games against the Big 12 this season including a 67-57 home court defeat to Oklahoma to kick off conference play back on January 5th. West Virginia returns home after a 14 point road blowout defeat at Oklahoma St catching +9 ½ points.

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