Saturday College Basketball Odds, Picks, Trends: USC vs. UCLA, BYU vs. San Francisco Among Most Popular Late Picks
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The action doesn’t stop on Saturday.
In fact, college basketball is still running into the late hours of the evening, with good ones like USC vs. UCLA, and BYU vs. San Francisco in the WCC Tourney still to come.
And what do you know: The betting public is piling up on both, plus another intriguing total in the Mountain West.
Here’s how the ticket data looks like for the night cap.
Saturday’s NCAAB Odds & Betting Trends
*Odds and public betting trends data as of Saturday evening
3 Most Popular NCAAB Bets
USC (+8) vs. UCLA
10 p.m. ET
USC has taken five straight overall in this matchup of Pac-12 heavyweights, so no surprise to see the betting public is loading up on the Trojans.
We’ve tracked a whopping 77% of tickets on USC, which has covered four straight as a road ‘dog.
San Francisco (-3) vs. BYU
10:30 p.m. ET
There’s an underrated tilt in the WCC between a pair of clubs with more than 20 wins.
And so far, the public is all over San Francisco.
The Dons are pulling in 87% of the spread tickets and a couple more (89%) on the moneyline, which is priced right around -150.
UNLV vs. New Mexico under 147.5
11 p.m. ET
The late-night crowd is buckling up and rooting for the defenses.
We’ve logged eight out of every 10 tickets on the under in the Mountain West showdown, the most of any late-night total still on the board.