Tuesday College Basketball Odds, Betting Trends: Indiana vs. Wyoming, Colorado vs. St. Bonaventure Among Most Popular Bets
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March Madness. Brackets. Pools. Betting. Sweating.
Thursday is when we really turn it up, but don’t sleep on Tuesday. It’s got a little bit of everything on the college basketball menu as well.
That includes NCAA Tournament play-in games (Indiana vs. Wyoming and Texas A&M Corpus-Christi vs. Texas Southern), NIT showdowns (Colorado vs. St. Bonaventure and Oregon vs. Utah State among others) and matchups in The Basketball Classic.
Naturally, the betting public’s been flooding a handful of games as the madness nears.
Here’s where we’re seeing lopsided betting action on tonight’s ticket counts, including that Hoosiers vs. Cowboys tilt.
Tuesday’s NCAAB Odds & Betting Trends
*Odds and public betting trends data as of Tuesday afternoon
5 Most Popular College Basketball Bets
Indiana (-3.5) vs. Wyoming
9:10 p.m. ET
Bets continue to flood Tuesday’s Indiana vs. Wyoming matchup in droves, and all the green’s on the crimson and cream.
The Hoosiers are pulling in 69% of the tickets, the third most of any spread. Also, we’ve tracked close to 30,000 wagers on the betting line at the time of writing; no other game on the college basketball board has topped 20,000.
Colorado (-3.5) vs. St. Bonaventure
11 p.m. ET
Does anyone want to bet on St. Bonaventure? No, seriously, this is getting out of hand.
Colorado’s getting a mind-bending 94% of wagers for its late-night, NIT clash against the Bonnies, by far the highest ticket count in Tuesday’s tracker.
VCU (-7) vs. Princeton
7 p.m. ET
Another NIT favorite generating tickets is VCU, at a whopping 72% clip. That’s the second most-bet spread on the college basketball slate.
The Rams were great for the wallet this season, compiling an 18-11-1 record against the spread (62.1%) this season.
Belmont (+3.5) vs. Vanderbilt, Over 147
7 p.m. ET
The fourth game on the list features two plays: One side, one total.
One of the few underdogs getting love is Belmont and bettors also think the OVC program will put up some points on Vandy in the NIT.
The Bruins are getting 62% of the spread bets, which is the fourth-highest ticket count.
The over, meanwhile, is the most-wagered total of the night, at 93 percent.