|Written by Jerry Santiago|
College basketball betting for the 2008-2009 season has been interesting, to say the least. Recently, we have seen teams like Duke and UConn rise to the top, but most of us already knew they would be up there somewhere. Oklahoma tops the Big 12 Conference with 20 wins and 1 loss in college basketball betting, undefeated with 6 wins in their conference.
College basketball betting fans have also seen certain weird incidents, such as the Coleman/Budinger face stomp. It was as if Arizona’s candle was lit as they scored 8 points in the last minute and a half to tie the game at 88, and came back to beat Houston 96 to 90 in overtime scoring another 8 points.
Just barely enough for Arizona to cover the college basketball betting spread, as the line for that game was Arizona -5½. Those who bet on college basketball pointspread on Arizona got paid, but just by a hair. Those who engaged in college basketball betting on the money line in favor of Arizona got some winnings too.
The Big East Conference dominated much of the top college basketball betting rankings for a while, but has slipped since December. Atlantic Coast Conference has now also made a strong presence at the top of college basketball betting stats, with Duke, Wake Forest, Clemson, and North Carolina just to name a few.
Some interesting upcoming games to bet on college basketball include Duke at Clemson on February 4th, as well as Wake Forest at NC State on the 11th.
As always, college basketball betting fans are looking forward to March Madness, which begins this year with the Opening Round Game on March 17th. To bet on college basketball during March Madness is a very exciting time, as college basketball betting heats up with every round.
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