College Basketball Betting Report – Jan. 21

College Basketball Betting Report - Jan. 21

The burning question in men’s college basketball this season is can No. 1 Kentucky run through its regular season undefeated? The Wildcats took one more step towards that goal with this past Tuesday’s 65-57 victory against Vanderbilt in an SEC matchup that was a bit too close for comfort considering that they were favored by 21.5 points at home on GTBETS closing betting odds.

None the less, Kentucky is now 18-0 straight-up on the year with a 10-7-1 record against the spread. The total stayed UNDER the closing 126-point line in Tuesday’s win and it has now stayed UNDER in 14 of their 18 games.

Another team that is flirting with perfection is No. 2 Virginia, out of the ACC. Heading into this Thursday’s game against Georgia Tech, the Cavaliers have gone a perfect 17-0 SU this season with a profitable 12-5 record ATS. They have covered in four of their last five contests and the total has stayed UNDER in three of their last four games.

Gonzaga (18-1), out of the West Coast Conference is the only team left with just one SU loss on the season. The Bulldogs will face a stiff test this Thursday night with a home game against 15-3 St. Mary’s. The Big East’s Villanova Wildcats (17-2) fell out of that elite company this past Monday night in a stunning 78-58 defeat to Georgetown as four-point favorites on the road on 5Dimes’ closing betting line. Take a look a the NBA Weekly Betting Report for Jan. 21 here.

If you are looking for the best team in the nation to bet on, then take a closer look at Davidson, out of the Atlantic 10. Tuesday’s 77-60 victory against Dayton as 2.5-point home favorites was the Wildcats’ 13th SU win in 17 games and they are now 13-2 ATS in 15 games this season with posted sports betting odds by 5Dimes.

Another solid bet this season with a SU record of 13-4 is the Big East’s Seton Hall Pirates. They have actually dropped two of their last three games both SU and ATS, but on the year they have covered in 13 of 16 games with posted betting odds.

One of the biggest drains on the wallet this season from a major conference has been the ACC’s Pittsburgh Panthers. While they are 13-6 SU on the year in 19 games, they have failed to cover in 12 of 14 games that had posted betting odds. Top

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