In what should be the highest scoring game of the four played at the First Four in Dayton to start the NCAA Tournament, the LIU Brooklyn Blackbirds will face off with the James Madison Dukes in March Madness betting action for the right to play the Indiana Hoosiers on Friday.
It has been a tough year for the CAA, as this has been a conference that has been down from some rough non-conference results. That being said, the CAA still has a team that is going to be in the NCAA Tournament, and that team will be the one that beats the NCAA basketball betting lines in Monday’s finale between the Northeastern Huskies and the James Madison Dukes.
The 2010 NCAA football betting campaign wrapped up its second week of play on Saturday night. Here at Bang the Book, we’ve got you covered for all of the most important news and notes from Week 2 college football betting action!
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