NCAAB Betting Preview – Baylor Bears vs. Texas Tech Red Raiders

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Rico Gathers and the Baylor Bears will square off against Robert Turner and the Texas Tech Red Raiders for some NCAAB betting action at the United Spirit Arena on Tuesday, February 17, 2015. The teams will hit the hardwood floors at 7:00 PM EST and the game can be seen on Fox Sports TV and online.

The NCAAB betting odds that have been established by 5Dimes currently have the Baylor Bears listed at -400 on the moneyline, and the Texas Tech Red Raiders listed at +325 on the moneyline. The college basketball lines that have been established over at GTBETS currently have the Baylor Bears laying eight and a half points on the Texas Tech Red Raiders and the total listed at one hundred twenty-two and a half points.

Rico Gathers and the Baylor Bears are coming into this game with a record of 11-10 against the spread, 11-10 over/under, and 18-7 straight up on the 2014-15 NCAA season. The Texas Tech Red Raiders are coming into this basketball betting action with a record of 9-14 against the spread, 12-14 overall, and 5-15 versus the number so far this season.

The Baylor Bears are a stronger offensive team than the Texas Tech Red Raiders but the Raiders are very strong on defense, which may even out the game. This may be why the handicappers from the best basketball betting sites online for USA players have predicted that the Baylor Bears will beat the Texas Tech Red Raiders tonight in a score that will go over the total listed by the USA online Sportsbooks. Follow us on twitter and take a look at the NCAAB Betting: March Madness Wagering Odds.

Baylor Bears are averaging 69.80 offensive points per game and 59.88 defensive points per game, while the Texas Tech Red Raiders are averaging 60.81 offensive points per game and 63.50 defensive points per game. This gives the Bears an offensive advantage over the Raiders but not a defensive one. Check out the latest NCAAB Betting: NCAA Tournament Odds.

When it comes to long-range shooting the Bears are averaging 6.68 points per game, which is better than the 5.08 average long range shots that the Texas Tech Red Raiders are putting up. The Bears are doing much better in the rebounds category as well. The Bears are averaging 15.32 offensive rebounds per game and 25.44 defensive rebounds per game. The Raiders fall short in this department averaging 12.04 offensive rebounds per game and 22.77 defensive rebounds per game. Top

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