NCAA College Basketball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Saturday

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With no more NFL playoffs on the Saturday schedule college basketball will take center stage on January 18th as there are several outstanding matchups scheduled over national television that will satisfy the appetite of sports bettors. The action gets underway on Saturday afternoon at 12PM Eastern Time.

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It will be an SEC conference tilt as the Tennessee Volunteers travels to face the Kentucky Wildcats. They get things started from Kentucky at 12PM Eastern Time over CBS TV. The Wildcats return home off a nice win at Vanderbilt and an OT loss at Arkansas.

At 2PM Eastern Time over CBS TV it will be an ACC conference contest as the North Carolina St Wolfpack will travel to play the Duke Blue Devils. Duke has had road woes in 2013-14 campaign but have yet to lose a home game this season.

Two Big 12 conference combatants take the court at 2PM Eastern Time as the Oklahoma Sooners will face the Baylor Bears. They meet in Baylor over ESPN TV. Oklahoma has faced some tough competition early in the Big 12 playing the conference best teams out of the gate.

On CBS TV at 4PM Eastern Time will feature Big 12 action when the Oklahoma St Cowboys hit the road to face the Kansas Jayhawks. Since a bad loss two weeks ago at home to San Diego St the Kansas Jayhawks have pounded their Big 12 conference opponents.

It will be an ACC conference showdown on ESPN at 4PM Eastern Time as the Pittsburgh Panthers hit the road to face the Syracuse Orange. This one of the highlights of Saturday as Pittsburgh is 16-1 on the year and Syracuse a perfect 17-0.

From the Big Ten an interesting matchup is scheduled as the Michigan Wolverines will hit the highway to face an angry Wisconsin Badgers. The Wolverines and Badgers get underway from Michigan at 6PM Eastern Time over ESPN TV. Michigan is in a tough spot traveling to Wisconsin after the Badgers lose their first game of the season.

The prime time game over ESPN at 9PM Eastern Time will be an AAC conference affair as the Louisville Cardinals will travel to play the Connecticut Huskies. These two former Big East schools meet as they change conferences in 2013-14. Connecticut lives from the three point line this season.

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