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South Florida vs. Cincinnati Basketball Betting Pick from Scott Spreitzer: February 4th 2016

Spreitzer - College Basketball PickSouth Florida vs. Cincinnati
Basketball Betting Pick: South Florida +19.5 (February 4th 2016)

I’m recommending a play on South Florida plus the big number over Cincinnati. The Bulls have been “money” as a double digit underdog this season, cashing seven of eight times. While they’re not at full strength, that fact has been baked into the line as far as we’re concerned, with the spread hovering just short of 20 at the time of this post. South Florida plays well on the defensive end where they rank 44th in FG percentage allowed (40%) and 25th defending the 3-point line (30.5%). When you play that well on the defensive end, you’re a tough team to beat by such a big margin, which is why this team has fattened bankrolls when getting double digits. One of those double digit covers came in January in a 54-51 home loss against the Bearcats. The Bulls frustrated Cincy all night long, holding them to 30.9% FG shooting, including 27.8% from behind the arc. Cincy is not bad, but nothing special on the offensive end and they’re off a one-point win at UConn, with a game at Memphis coming up in just two days. It’s much easier getting the competitive juices flowing against UConn & Memphis than it is against the 5-18 Bulls. And besides the 7-1 ATS run mentioned above, South Florida is on a 5-0 ATS run against teams playing better than .600 basketball, while Cincinnati enters on a 1-6 ATS slide against teams playing lower than .400 basketball. I’m recommending a play on South Florida plus the points on Thursday. Thanks & GL! Scott Spreitzer.

Cincinnati vs. UConn Basketball Point Spread Pick from Jack Jones: January 28th 2016

Jack Jones - College Basketball PickCincinnati Bearcats vs. UConn Huskies
Basketball Point Spread Pick: UConn -2 points (January 28th 2016)

The UConn Huskies are showing excellent value as only 2-point home favorites over the Cincinnati Bearcats tonight. These are two very evenly-matched teams, but I believe the home-court advantage for the Huskies is going to push them over the top.

UConn has won three straight coming in with a 12-point win at Houston, an 18-point home win over Tulane, and a 6-point home win over Georgetown. The Huskies are now 10-1 at home this season, outscoring opponents by a whopping 20.2 points per game in the process.

Cincinnati has been vulnerable on the road as its just 3-3 SU in true road games. Home-court advantage has been huge in this series as the home team is 6-0 SU in the last six meetings. UConn is 7-1 ATS in its last eight meetings with Cincinnati overall.

The Bearcats are 15-30 ATS in their last 45 games following a conference win by 20 points or more. UConn is 55-35 ATS in its last 90 games following a win by 6 points or less. The Bearcats are 1-8 ATS vs. good free throw shooting teams who make 72% or more of their attempts this season. Bet UConn Thursday.

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Tigers vs. Bearcats Basketball: Spreitzer betting Cincinnati -7.5 on January 21st 2016

Spreitzer - College Basketball PickMemphis Tigers vs. Cincinnati Bearcats
Basketball Betting Pick: Cincy -7.5 points (January 21st 2016)

I’m recommending a play on Cincinnati on Thursday. The Bearcats can’t afford to lose much more ground, sitting at 3-3 in the AAC, looking up at 7-0 SMU. The Bearcats will welcome Memphis to town, a team that plays defense, but can’t shoot straight. The Tigers rank 321st in FG percentage and 328th in 3-point accuracy. Josh Pastner’s squad is playing just their third true road game of the season tonight, having lost their first two to UConn and South Carolina. Memphis made just 34% of their FGA in those games and I expect more struggles for the Tigers on the offensive end tonight. Cincy has held their “guests” to 63 ppg on 37.7% shooting and they own a big-time assist-turnover ratio, averaging 19 apg and just 11 tpg. That’s an important note because Memphis has covered just 14 of their last 39 against teams that average no more than 12 tpg. The Tigers have also damaged bankrolls in the role of an underdog, entering on a 3-11 ATS slide when getting points. I’m recommending a play on Cincinnati minus the points on Thursday. Thanks & GL! Scott Spreitzer.

Cincinnati vs. Kentucky NCAA Tournament Pick from Jesse Schule: March 21st 2015

Jesse Schule - College Basketball PickCincinnati vs. Kentucky
NCAA Tournament Pick: Cincinnati +17 (March 21st 2015)

Cincy rallied to beat Purdue by a single point on Thursday, advancing to the second round to face Kentucky. The Wildcats are the favorite to win the tournament, and not surprisingly they are asked to cover an enormous spread here in this game. They were not tested in their first round matchup versus Hampton, and that may not serve them well against a scrappy team that has plenty of experience playing close games.

The Bearcats are one of the top defensive teams in the country, allowing an average of just 55.6 points per game. They actually match up closer to Kentucky (statistically) than many might think. Of course the Wildcats score more points, but perhaps not enough to justify such a big number. The Bearcats allowed Purdue to shoot just 36.1% in their first round victory, and the Boilermakers were just 4-of-26 (15.4%) from beyond the arc.

Kentucky might be undefeated at 35-0, but it’s not like they haven’t been challenged. They’ve been to overtime twice, and seven of their victories during conference play came by single digits. In fact in their last seven games versus opponent’s with a winning percentage of .600 or better, they have covered the spread in only two of those contests.