College Basketball Picks
The last time Pepperdine beat Gonzaga in Spokane, the following things were true: President Bill Clinton was the Times’ Man of the Year, Seinfeld was in its final season, and your very own Kyle Cash was learning his ABC’s in kindergarten. We’re 22 Marvel Movies and one Donald Trump presidency removed from that fateful day. But one thing we know about college basketball betting… The past does not dictate the future! That, and winning doesn’t matter. We are talking about staying within 27.5 points here! Cash gives his basketball prediction!
Syracuse is a small -2 favorite tonight when they host Louisville at the Carrier Dome tonight. The public is drinking the Cardinals Kool-Aid with ticket takers getting twice the Louisville action on this game. Will the Cash Man be a lemming and follow the masses or will he take a shot on the Orange? Read on to get his ATS selection.
UNC will make the short 10 miles drive to Cameron Indoor Stadium to take on Duke tonight. Tip off is scheduled for 9 PM ET and can be viewed on ESPN. The NCAA betting boards show a consensus line of Duke -9 with the total offered in the 165-166.5 range depending on the book. The Tar Heels took the last meeting last season by 5 on a neutral court but were beaten by 10 the last time they were in Durham. Who’s the play? Get Dan’s detailed breakdown and his free prediction versus the line.
Will Kentucky fresh off a dominating win 86- 69 win over Tennessee be over-confident as they hit the road for a Tuesday night clash against Missouri? No doubt the Wildcats have the talent, but focus will be a key for them to extend the margin over the -11 points the oddsmakers have assigned them. Get Kyle Cash’s insight and free pick to bet.
Tennessee is coming off an embarrassing 86-69 blowout loss to Kentucky so you can expect them to be fully focused for their game against Vanderbilt tonight. They’ll have to be to get the cover with the consensus point spread line of Tenn -18.5 being hung on the boards. Read on to get NCAA handicapper Dan’s ATS winner.