NCAA College Basketball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Wednesday

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With the calendar switching over to February things are now getting serious from college basketball as teams look to make a strong close to the regular season for a top seed or bid into the Big Dance. On Wednesday February 4th are several outstanding games over national television to greatly satisfy the appetite of sports bettors worldwide.

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At 7PM Eastern Time on ESPN2 the ACC conference will be showcased as the Duke Blue Devils will host the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets. After their four point road loss to Notre Dame the Blue Devils had a tough road test at Virginia in prime time on Saturday. With a late run Duke came away with a 69-63 road win at Virginia and tagged the Cavaliers with their first loss of the season. It has been a miserable season for Georgia Tech as they sit at the bottom of the ACC with a conference mark of 1-8. After notching their first conference win on Wednesday at Miami they drop a one point home overtime decision to NC State on Saturday.

On the SEC Network at 7PM Eastern Time it will be the Mississippi Rebels hosting the Texas A&M Aggies. It is a big game for both teams as they look to earn an at large bid into the Tournament. Ole Miss is 5-3 in conference and Texas A&M is 6-2. After a six point home overtime loss to Kentucky the Aggies have strung together six straight wins.

The PAC 12 conference is featured on ESPN2 at 9PM Eastern Time as the Oregon Ducks will play host to the Washington Huskies. This is a rematch as the teams met at Washington back on January 18th with the Huskies winning 85-77. The Huskies were down 42-32 at the half then outscored Oregon 53-35 in the second half.

CBS Sports Network will air an exciting Big East contest as the Georgetown Hoyas will host the Providence Friars. These two schools are tied for second place in the loss column in the Big East conference with three losses each. This is the second meeting of the year between these schools. Back on January 10th Providence came away with a 60-57 home overtime victory against Georgetown. The Hoyas held the Friars to 31% shooting and 3 of 15 shooting from three and still lose. Georgetown had 14 turnovers and missed 9 of 20 free throws.

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