NCAAB Betting Articles

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Joe Catalano - The UNC Tarheels are 3/1 odds favorites, but is this a steal or a trap? Who else is worth your money, and who should be avoided at all cost?
 
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Joe Catalano - With the 2011-2012 season just around the corner, NCAA Basketball programs are still busy on the recruiting trail. Which schools look to have the best incoming freshmen, and who should we keep an eye out for?
 
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Joe Catalano - The Atlantic Coast Conference is one of the most cut-throat divisions in NCAA Basketball. While Duke is rebuilding it's squad, the Tar Heels bring back all 5 starters from last season. What should bettors expect from the ACC next season?
 
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Jasonal_98 - Home-court success doesn't always lead to great ATS results. Which teams have the biggest home-court advantage, and how can you profit off of them?
 
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Jasonal_98 - While the UNC Tarheels are the next year's favorites, I believe that the Ohio State Buckeyes will be next year's NCAA Basketball National Champions. Unlike their NCAA football counterparts, this is a team in order.
 
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Jasonal_98 -

The Mountain West Conference (MWC) will be in transition over the next few years as teams shuffle in and out due to conference realignment, teams will come and teams will go. 

 
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Joe Catalano -

Just who will be left when the big dance comes down to four in March of 2012?

 
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Jasonal_98 - The St. John’s Red Storm (21-11) returned to relevance in NCAAB under the tutelage of first-year head coach Steve Lavin last season. Lavin, who is battling prostate cancer that was detected during the season, has raised hopes in Madison Square Garden to levels unseen since the Lou Carnesecca era. MSG was rocking in wins over Duke, UConn, and Pitt during the second half of the season.
 
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Matt Vernazza - NCAA Basketball fans love to bet the main stream teams like Duke, UNC, Kansas, Kentucky. This Method is not profitable, but it is o.k. around tourney time, when you can get a decent spread. The teams you want to concentrate on are lesser known teams or up and coming Mid-Majors, that are solid on both sides of the ball, with a good coach in a weak division.
 
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Bob Harvey -

Following a two-year dry spell Billy Donovan’s Florida Gators returned to their familiar stomping grounds also known as the NCAA basketball tournament. How far can they progress next year? We look at their odds.