BetAnySports Weekly College Basketball Betting Report For Jan. 21
It has been a crazy ride for the ACC’s No. 1 Duke Blue Devils over the past week or so. It all started with a rare loss at home to unranked Syracuse last Monday . The Blue Devils lost that game in overtime 95-91 as heavy 17-point favorites while also losing their point guard Tre Jones with a separated shoulder.
Duke quickly rebounded from that disappointing performance with a stellar effort in Saturday’s 72-70 conference victory against No. 4 Virginia as a 3.5-point favorite at home. The Cavaliers had won their first 16 games. The straight-up standings in the ACC heading into this week’s action have six teams deadlocked at 4-1. Joining the mix is Virginia Tech, which lost to Virginia last week along with North Carolina, Louisville and Syracuse.
Win Money Using BetAnySports Weekly College Basketball Betting Report For Jan. 21
Betting on the ACC at BetAnySports has been a profitable run for anyone riding the Cavaliers. With Saturday’s cover, they have gone 14-3 against the spread to complement the 16-1 mark SU. The Pittsburgh Panthers have been another hot betting team in the ACC at 13-5 ATS.
The battle for the top spot in the Big Ten is another intense conference title race. The No.6 Michigan State Spartans have led the way at 7-0 SU with the No. 19 Maryland Terrapins right on their heels at 7-1. Something has to give this Monday night with the Spartans listed as 9.5-point home favorites against Maryland. Michigan State is 16-2 SU overall with a solid 14-4 run ATS. The Terrapins have a SU record of 16-3 with an 11-8 mark against the closing spread.
The No. 2 Michigan Wolverines are also in the mix at 6-1 in Big Ten play, but coming off a 64-54 loss to Wisconsin on Saturday as 3.5-point road favorites. They will face Minnesota at home on Tuesday night ahead of this Friday’s road game against Indiana.
The Big 12 standings is another logjam in early conference play with four different teams tied at 4-2. Two of those teams square off on Monday night with the Iowa State Cyclones going on the road as 5.5-point underdogs to face the No. 7 Kansas Jayhawks. Iowa State won the first meeting this season on Jan. 5 in a lopsided 77-60 victory as a 2.5-point home favorite on BetAnySports’ closing line. The other two teams at 4-2 in the Big 12 are Kansas State and Texas Tech.