The 2019-20 Betting Almanac of College Basketball Coaches
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We have a vast database of information here at The Action Network, which you can easily use to research and query almost anything.
Tony Bennett always has an elite defense at Virginia, but how has he done against the over/under historically?
How has Mike Krzyzewski done against the spread? What about at home vs. the road? What about on a neutral court, which is where he’ll find himself on opening night vs. Kansas?
How has Bill Self done as a favorite vs. underdog? How has John Calipari done by month of the year? Does he usually start slowly with his young teams, then overperform against the the spread later in the year?
You can dive even deeper, of course. You can see how all teams have done when coming off a loss and getting double-digit points at home, for example. The only limit to the Bet Labs tool is your own imagination.
But sometimes it’s nice to have a starting point. Or just an organized table you can easily glance at when researching for bets. Just for you, I’ve put every active coach in Division 1 into the table below, as well as how they’ve done in a variety of situations. It’s searchable and downloadable, too.
A little teaser: Coach K is just 39-59-2 ATS in March. (Go Heels.)
Enjoy, and good luck this season.