|Written by Jerry Santiago|
|Saturday, 14 February 2009 07:30|
College basketball bets are always appealing with Kansas but the K-State Wildcats are also giving handicappers a reason to bet on NCAAB basketball. As usual, the Kansas Jayhawks are in the title chase for the Big 12 conference championship and are winning the vast majority of their college basketball bets.
Kansas State is on the bubble but has plenty of momentum for those who bet on NCAAB basketball. The Kansas Jayhawks had an overall record of 19-4 straight up and 12-5 against the college basketball bets board. Kansas was 4-2 against the spread in road action and went under the total in 4 out of those 6 games.
KU has been blistering hot lately with their college basketball bets as they got the cash in seven out of eight games from January 13 through February 7. Sherron Collins has been a major asset for Kansas as he led the team in scoring with an average of 18 points per game.
He also led the Jayhawks in assists with 5 per game. Cole Aldrich is another asset with college basketball bets as he was averaging 10.2 rebounds per game. Kansas was ranked a strong 34th overall on offense but was a less stellar 106th on defense. The Kansas State Wildcats had a mark of 16-7 straight up and 7-8-1 in college basketball bets.
K-State was a break even 3-3 against the spread at home with 4 of those 6 games having gone under the total. K-State had its college basketball bets strength on offense as they ranked 48th overall in the nation.
Their defense ranked 112th. K-State scored two major college basketball bets victories over Missouri and Texas which served as a springboard to a four game payoff streak from January 28 through February 7. On January 13 the Jayhawks beat the Wildcats 87-71 as 6-point chalks at Allen Field House as the game went over the total of 142.
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