Betting on NCAA College Basketball has always been a trend that people enjoy. Most people are familiar with the NCAA March Madness Office Pools, that are even played by people with zero knowledge in the sport or the game. These March Madness Office Pools have now carried over and created a huge interest in betting on NCAA College Basketball.
Sportsbooks will provide you with the opportunity to bet on college basketball using point spread, total wagers, props, futures and much more. There is a style for everyone with betting college basketball. Some people believe in betting home dogs, some think the best way is to bet on the unranked home team, others believe that the best way to make a profit while betting on college basketball is to play the over in a game that a team played in a low scoring game, immediately prior to this game.
Whatever your style and system of betting is, NCAA College Basketball betting provides you with ample opportunity to make a profit and enjoy the sport of basketball.
NCAA Basketball Betting News
Duke has reclaimed the number 1 spot in the AP top 25 after Tennessee's blowout loss at Kentucky moves them to 5th.
Well, weâve already made it through another week. With no NBA action on tap for three more days, weâll take you through a few NCAA games that are worth putting some money down on.
This Saturday features an SEC showdown between Tennessee and Kentucky with both teams ranked top five in the country.
There was only one top 25 game in action on Friday, leading up to a big weekend of college hoops. In addition to that game, North Carolina might be getting a player back from injury soon, while North Carolina State may be losing one after a run-in with the law. Here are the latest college basketball news and notes.
Mondays are for writing about NBA bets, which means Tuesdays are all about NCAA. Read below as we give you a few games to pick.
While the college basketball season continues to excite fans, a couple of programs will be missing key players down the stretch. Connecticut will be without their top scorer, while a Kansas senior is leaving the team for personal reasons. In addition, the NCAA is considering an instant replay rule for next monthâs tournament. Here are the latest college basketball news and notes.