College Basketball Betting Odds & Trends – Kansas Jayhawks at West Virginia Mountaineers

College Basketball Betting Odds & Trends

Perry Ellis and the Kansas Jayhawks will face off against the West Virginia Mountaineers for some college basketball betting action at the WVU Coliseum, in Morgantown, West Virginia on Monday February 16, 2015. The game is set to kick off at 9PM EST and will be broadcast on ESPN.

The live college basketball betting odds that have been established by 5Dimes currently have the Kansas Jayhawks laying two points on the West Virginia Mountaineers. The moneyline bettors are seeing the Kansas Jayhawks listed at -130, while the West Virginia Mountaineers are sitting at +110. The NCAAB Sportsbook wagering lines that have been established by BetOnline.ag currently have the total listed at one hundred forty-six and a half points.

In the last three games between the Kansas Jayhawks and the West Virginia Mountaineers the score has gone over the total listed by the best basketball betting sites online for U.S. players. This may be why currently ninety-two percent of the folks wagering on the total have their cash and Bitcoins on the over. Take a look at the MyBookie.ag US Mobile Sportsbook Online Review.

Perry Ellis and the Kansas Jayhawks squared off against the West Virginia Mountaineers twice last season. In their first basketball game the Kansas Jayhawks beat the West Virginia Mountaineers 83-69 but the West Virginia Mountaineers came back and beat the Kansas Jayhawks 92-86 in their second game last season. As we look at the betting trends and statistics we can see that in the last four games between the Kansas Jayhawks and the West Virginia Mountaineers, the Kansas Jayhawks have gone 3-1 straight up and 2-2 versus the spread over the past two seasons. Please feel free to visit the NCAAB Betting: March Madness Wagering Odds section.

The Kansas Jayhawks are stronger in offensive rebounds over the West Virginia Mountaineers, while the West Virginia Mountaineers are superior in defensive rebounds. Currently the Kansas Jayhawks have an average of 12.44 offensive rebounds, while the West Virginia Mountaineers have an average of 16.88 offensive rebounds. As we look at the betting trends for the average defensive rebounds we can see that the Kansas Jayhawks have an average of 26.20 in defensive rebounds, while the West Virginia Mountaineers have an average of 20.44 in defensive rebounds. Check out the the NCAA Men’s Basketball Betting Futures.

The Kansas Jayhawks have a better field goal percentage and free throw percentage over the West Virginia Mountaineers. The Kansas Jayhawks have an average of 44.30 field goal percentages and a 70.82 average in free throw percentage.

The handicappers from the top-rated sports forecasting websites online have predicted that Perry Ellis and the Kansas Jayhawks will defeat the West Virginia Mountaineers at the WVU Coliseum, in Morgantown, West Virginia on Monday February 16, 2015 in a score that will go over the total listed by the USA online Sportsbooks.

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