2023 NIT Odds, Prediction: The North Texas, UAB Betting Trend to Follow
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The NIT might not be at your forefront in the weekdays leading up to the Final Four, but there’s a profitable betting trend that may warrant your attention.
So far this college basketball postseason, Conference USA teams are a ridiculous 15-1 overall and 13-3 against the spread.
A $500 per game bettor would be up about $5,110 betting exclusively Conference USA moneylines over the last two weeks.
Of course, scale that up or down based on your regular unit pricing. A $100 per game bettor, for instance, would be up $1,022.
That’s an astronomical 64% return on investment in fewer than 14 days.
Florida Atlantic, North Texas and UAB are all undefeated.
North Texas faces Wisconsin, and UAB faces Utah Valley in the NIT semifinals on Tuesday night. Florida Atlantic, of course, is in the Final Four.
The only team to lose is Rice, which went down to Southern Utah in the College Basketball Invitational. That was after a win against Duquesne in the first round.
Charlotte finished undefeated in the CBI, rolling through WCU, Milwaukee, Radford and Eastern Kentucky to win that tournament’s championship.
Against the spread, Conference USA teams aren’t too shabby, either. Theoretically, teams should be roughly 50% ATS over a lengthy sample size. C-USA teams currently have an 81% win rate, albeit over a small dataset.
A $500 per game bettor would be up $4,400 betting exclusively on Conference USA spreads. That’s a 55% ROI.
Do note that past performance does not imply future profits. Ultimately, make your best judgments when using our betting trends to make wagers, and ensure you’re using the same unit sizing for every line you bet in order to maximize profits and limit losses.
Best Market Odds for North Texas vs. Wisconsin
Pick: North Texas -1.5 (-105)
Best Market Odds for UAB vs. Utah Valley
- Moneyline: UAB -194. FanDuel.
- Spread: UAB -4.5 (-108). FanDuel.
Pick: UAB -4.5 (-108)
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