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The Kentucky Wildcats came into the season with some very lofty expectations. It’s fair to say this team hasn’t lived up to those expectations thus far. There is still some time left for them to get on track, but they need win games like this one.
At 1-9-2 ATS in their last 12 games played on the road, it’s no wonder why the Kentucky Wildcats are only laying a point to the Arkansas Razorbacks in spite of the fact that they are the ranked team and the clearly superior of the two squads in terms of pure talent.
It’s the first tremendously big weekend of college basketball betting action, and it is sure to be a doozy on Saturday. The North Carolina Tar Heels are hosting the Kentucky Wildcats in what reasonably could be a preview of a game late in the NCAA Tournament in March.
The clock is ticking towards the start of the 2013 college football betting campaign, and as a part of the preparation for the year, we take a look at the Top 10 Worst ATS teams in the country from 2012.
Two teams from the SEC that badly need a big time win to help ensure their place in the NCAA Tournament are going to meet on BracketBusters Saturday, as the Kentucky Wildcats host the Missouri Tigers
The Kentucky Wildcats are back in the top 25 after a strong recent stretch, but they are still looking for that huge win to give them some major momentum. Florida was on pace to be the new number one in the country until they were smoked by Arkansas last week. Can the Gators get back on track with a big win or will Kentucky’s youngsters come of age in this SEC showdown?
Two of the favorites to win the NCAA Tournament are going to battle it out in the clash to claim the Commonwealth in Saturday’s biggest college basketball betting bash, as the Louisville Cardinals play host to the Kentucky Wildcats.
The 24 Hours of College Basketball betting action wraps up on Tuesday night from the Georgia Dome with what easily amounts to be the best game of the day, as the Kentucky Wildcats tango with the Duke Blue Devils.
The Dookies got off to a respectable start to the season when they took down the Georgia State Panthers without all that much of a hassle. They aren’t as good as they were last year quite yet, but this is still a team that clearly is one to be reckoned with.
The 2012 college basketball betting season starts on Friday night with the Barclays Center Classic, pitting the Kentucky Wildcats against the Maryland Terrapins at the brand new Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
Head Coach Mark Turgeon has a team that might be worth getting excited about this year in College Park.
Steve Spurrier and his South Carolina Gamecocks are all the way up to number six in this week’s college football rankings. The Gamecocks looked shaky in the season opener at Vanderbilt, but they have gotten stronger each game and last week’s 31-10 win over Missouri was impressive. Kentucky is just 1-3 so far this year, but they have given South Carolina and some other big SEC schools trouble at home over the past few seasons.