It was no surprise that when the college basketball betting AP All-America team votes were counted, the hottest commodity in the game tallied the most votes. No single player received more recognition down the stretch than BYU Cougars’ star Jimmer Fredette, although there has been criticism about whether or not he deserved all of the attention he got.
There was no doubt that Fredette rose to the occasion for BYU in the absence of suspended forward Brandon Davies through postseason play. His 28.9 points per game was the best mark in the nation, and since the voting was done before the March Madness tournament his accomplishments in helping the Cougars to a Mountain West title must have factored heavily.
That said, as a senior Fredette is still unlikely to be a top-five ..click here to read more
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March Madness betting players are getting ready for the Sweet 16 as the NCAA Tournament is coming off one of the craziest opening weekends in recent memory, but we’re sure that it’s only going to continue on Thursday as Arizona takes on Duke in the West region in Anaheim.
Arizona Duke Betting – Thursday, 9:45 PM ET
The fifth-seeded Wildcats almost lost an 11-point halftime lead, and needed a late three-point play by Derrick Williams to edge Texas 70-69. Williams, who stepped up with a big play at the end of the game for the second straight matchup, led the way with 17 points and nine boards, while Solomon Hill stepped up with 16 points and eight boards for the Wildcats, who hit eight of their 14 attempts from beyond ..click here to read more
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College basketball betting players will usually see the home team favored when it comes to hoops, and especially when the home team is Duke, who have won 34 in a row at Cameron Indoor Stadium. The next team to try and snap that streak is Temple, who have lost eight straight overall against the Blue Devils, and they’ll have an uphill climb on Wednesday.
Temple Duke Betting – Wednesday, 7:00 PM ET
The No.24 Owls (21-5, 11-2) jumped out to a 12-point halftime lead and cruised to a 66-52 victory at home over Saint Joseph’s, led by 17 points from Ramone Moore. Lavoy Allen added 14 points and 12 boards to become the leading rebounder in Temple history, and he is now the line big man in the Owls’ lineup ..click here to read more
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