BetAnySports Weekly College Basketball Betting Lines & Report For Feb. 18 2019
The college basketball regular season continues to wind down in anticipation of the conference tournaments and this year’s 68-team NCAA Tournament starting in mid-March. Going back over this weekend’s action in college hoops, the biggest shakeup at the top of the national rankings was No. 1 Tennessee losing to SEC rival No. 5 Kentucky 86-69 on Saturday night as a 3.5-point road underdog on the college basketball betting lines at BetAnySports. These two will meet again on March 2 in Tennessee.
This should pave the way for the ACC’s Duke Blue Devils to regain their No. 1 ranking in both major national Top 25 college basketball betting lines polls. They extended their straight-up winning streak to nine games with Saturday’s 94-78 win at home against North Carolina State. Duke could not cover as a heavy 17-point favorite after needing a major rally to get past Louisville 71-69 last Tuesday as a 7.5-point favorite on the road.
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Next up for the Blue Devils on Wednesday night at home is the first of two showdowns against the rival No. 8 North Carolina Tar Heels. They will meet again in Chapel Hill on March 9 in the regular season finale for both ACC powers.
The West Coast Conference’s Gonzaga Bulldogs have worked their way to No. 3 in the national rankings at 25-2 SU with an 18-9 record ATS. They continue to roll through conference play with 12 consecutive double-digit wins. The Bulldogs did fail to cover as 16-point road favorites in Saturday’s 79-67 victory against San Diego. This Thursday, they will play host to Pepperdine ahead of Saturday’s home game against BYU.
The Virginia Cavaliers are the next-best team in the ACC this season at 22-2 SU with a 17-7 record ATS. As the No. 4 team in the nation, both of the Cavaliers’ SU losses came against Duke. They have been opened by BetAnySports as six-point road favorites for Monday night’s in-state clash against No. 22 Virginia Tech. Virginia failed to cover as a heavy 16.5-point home favorite in Saturday’s tight 60-54 win against Notre Dame.
It will be interesting to see how Kentucky’s win against the Volunteers impacts the new rankings, but the Wildcats have firmly established themselves as a legitimate contender to win this year’s national title. With the win against Tennessee, they have gone 11-1 SU in their last 12 games with a 9-1 mark ATS in their last 10 outings. Kentucky faces Missouri on the road this Tuesday night. Get the best odds from BetAnySports using the college basketball betting lines at EasyMobileCasino.com.