College Basketball ATS & Totals Trends #ncaab 

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Profitable Teams

  • Nevada is 5-0 SU&ATS this season following a loss, and won by 14.8 points per game.
  • Purdue is 8-0 SU&ATS this season when facing an opponent that’s converting on 37% or better of their 3-point shots. The average victory margin was 15.1 points per game.
  • Syracuse is 5-0 SU&ATS in their last 5 games. The Orange are also a perfect 6-0 SU&ATS in conference home games, and 3 of those came as an underdog.
  • UAB is 5-0 SU&ATS in its last 5 home games, and won by a decisive 20.0 points per contest.
  • Colorado State is 8-1 ATS this season in true road games, and won 5 of those contests straight up.

Teams to Fade

  • Cleveland State is a miserable 2-13 ATS the past 2 seasons as an underdog of 10.0 or more, including 1-5 ATS during this 2016-2017 college basketball campaign. They’re also an awful 1-13 straight up and 2-12 ATS this season during true road games. Fading Cleveland State in either one of those scenarios might not be a bad idea when making your college basketball picks.
  • Oral Roberts is 0-14 straight up this season in either neutral site or away games. They’re also an uninspiring 5-9 ATS during those contests.
  • Oklahoma is 0-4 SU&ATS during its last 4 home games.
  • Illinois is 0-4 SU&ATS in its last 4 games following a win.
  • Texas Tech is 0-6 straight up and 1-5 ATS during their previous 6 outings following a win. The Red Raiders are also a dreadful 0-6 straight up thus far during their conference road games.

Over the Total She Goes

  • South Florida has gone over the total in each of their previous 5 games. The Bulls allowed an average of 88.0 points per game in those contests.
  • Minnesota has gone over the total in 6 straight home games, and there was a combined average of 159.8 points scored per contest.
  • LSU is 13-2 over the total in their last 15 games. That stretch of high scoring contests includes 8-0 over at home, and there was 162.4 points scored per outing. The Bayou Bengals have allowed 77 points or more in 12 straight games.
  • Central Michigan has gone over the total in 5 straight road games. They not only surpassed the number in those contests, but there was 186.0 points scored per game. Furthermore, all 5 games had a massive posted total of 171.5 or more. The Chippewas have scored 82 points or more in 10 straight games, and have allowed 85 points or greater in 7 consecutive road contests.
  • UNC-Wilmington is 8-1 over this year when college basketball betting odds display a total of 140.0 to 149.5. Those 9 contests averaged a substantial 166.3 points scored per game.
  • Connecticut has gone over in each of their previous 5 outings. Although those contests had just 144.2 points scored per game, the average total was only 127.2.
  • Clemson has gone over the total in their last 8 at home, and there was 155.3 points scored per contest. The Tigers have also gone over in 9 of their last 10 games overall.
  • Auburn has gone over the total in their previous 6 games played, and 166.0 points were scored per contest.
  • Syracuse is 6-0 over the total this season in conference road games with a combined 165.3 points being scored per outing.

Low Scoring Trends

  • Northern Iowa has gone under the total in 6 straight games, and with a ridiculously low 114.5 points scored per contest.
  • St. Bonaventure is 8-1 under the total during their previous 9 games. The only game that went over in that sequence came against VCU, and overtime was needed to do so.
  • St. Louis is 9-1 under the total in neutral site and away games this season.
  • Utah State has gone under the total in 7 consecutive games, and there was 131.6 points scored per contest.
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