NCAAB Basketball Betting Trends - October, 2021. There are currently no College Basketball trends available. College basketball betting trends are a snapshot into how teams have performed historically – both small and large sample sizes – in specific game situations. Some betting trends are handicapping tools you can use to make educated ...
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NCAA Basketball Betting Trends. See who the public is betting on and get deeper insight into the college basketball betting marketplace. These percentages represent real bets made at our contributing sportsbooks. Unlike other sites that only show consensus data, our NBA basketball odds data is taken from real bets placed at actual sportsbooks.
Betting trends for moneyline, against the spread (ATS) and Over/Under in the College Basketball this season. Use these numbers to make smarter bets!
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College Basketball Betting Trends. College Basketball Trends are a lot like NBA trends but can be even more useful for sports bettors. Since there are more than 100 teams in college basketball, it’s difficult to keep tabs on all of them. Luckily, our Top Trends efficiently breaks down data for mid-major and blue bloods alike.
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College Basketball Betting Trends – Sat – April. 1. South Carolina at Gonzaga, 6:05 PM ET. South Carolina: 12-5 UNDER when the total is 130 to 139.5. Gonzaga: 11-3 ATS after 2 straight games with 9 or less offensive rebounds. Oregon at North Carolina, 8:35 PM ET. Oregon: 19-8 ATS after having won 8 or more of their last 10.
Spread– Betting on the game spread (against the spread or ATS) is the most popular way to bet on the college basketball games. Learn how to read lines first. You can bet on either the favorite or the underdog to cover the spread. The favorite is the team giving or laying points (ex: Duke Blue Devils -8).