LIVE
WIN
WIN
90
FINAL
UPST
UPST
82
WIN -9 O/U 151
DEL
DEL
71
FINAL
CHLS
CHLS
80
CHLS -4 O/U 139.5
CMU
CMU
57
FINAL
M-OH
M-OH
76
CMU -1.5 O/U 151
JAC
JAC
67
FINAL
FGCU
FGCU
73
FGCU -1 O/U 122
OAK
OAK
68
FINAL
IUPU
IUPU
71
OAK -4 O/U 146.5
CCSU
CCSU
58
FINAL
MRMK
MRMK
69
MRMK -14.5 O/U 125.5
IONA
IONA
86
FINAL
CAN
CAN
65
CAN -1.5 O/U 144
BRY
BRY
72
FINAL
FDU
FDU
74
FDU -1.5 O/U 151
SFNY
SFNY
63
FINAL
SHU
SHU
73
SHU -7.5 O/U 143.5
WAG
WAG
66
FINAL
LIU
LIU
74
LIU -7.5 O/U 150
UNCA
UNCA
80
FINAL
HP
HP
76
UNCA -1.5 O/U 142
IND
IND
49
FINAL
PUR
PUR
57
PUR -6.5 O/U 130
WIS
WIS
81
FINAL
19
MICH
19
MICH
74
MICH -6.5 O/U 130
UNT
UNT
78
FINAL
FIU
FIU
59
UNT -5.5 O/U 141.5
RAD
RAD
81
FINAL
HAMP
HAMP
78
RAD -5.5 O/U 148.5
LIB
LIB
76
FINAL
KENN
KENN
52
LIB -22 O/U 118
DREX
DREX
65
FINAL
UNCW
UNCW
76
Even O/U 138.5
UTSA
UTSA
71
FINAL
FAU
FAU
80
FAU -4 O/U 150
MSTM
MSTM
62
FINAL
SFU
SFU
75
SFU -8 O/U 137.5
TOWS
TOWS
76
FINAL
HOF
HOF
65
HOF -7 O/U 142
NJIT
NJIT
65
FINAL
UNA
UNA
72
UNA -3.5 O/U 135
LONG
LONG
58
FINAL
PRE
PRE
55
Even O/U 133.5
UNF
UNF
85
FINAL
STET
STET
72
UNF -5.5 O/U 141.5
SPU
SPU
54
FINAL
NIAG
NIAG
63
SPU -5 O/U 130.5
WEBB
WEBB
83
FINAL
CHSO
CHSO
74
WEBB -2.5 O/U 139.5
ULM
ULM
63
FINAL
UALR
UALR
79
UALR -11 O/U 133.5
MONT
MONT
56
2nd H
NAU
NAU
55
MONT -2.5 O/U 140
ILL
ILL
68
2nd H
NW
NW
60
ILL -6.5 O/U 133
LT
LT
66
2nd H
WKU
WKU
54
WKU -1.5 O/U 139.5
EKY
EKY
49
2nd H
MURR
MURR
53
MURR -11.5 O/U 150
DET
DET
57
2nd H
UIC
UIC
81
UIC -6.5 O/U 144
JMU
JMU
57
FINAL
NU
NU
77
NU -12 O/U 149
TEM
TEM
67
2nd H
WICH
WICH
70
WICH -10 O/U 137.5
YSU
YSU
83
2nd H
GB
GB
92
GB -4.5 O/U 156
TNTC
TNTC
54
2nd H
BEL
BEL
57
BEL -19 O/U 147
CLEV
CLEV
62
2nd H
MILW
MILW
62
MILW -6.5 O/U 134.5
MRSH
MRSH
78
2nd H
UAB
UAB
85
UAB -2 O/U 140.5
JVST
JVST
21
2nd H
TNST
TNST
34
TNST -2 O/U 141
MORE
MORE
28
HALF
PEAY
PEAY
35
PEAY -13 O/U 142
WIU
WIU
54
2nd H
ORU
ORU
88
ORU -13 O/U 158.5
SIUE
SIUE
58
2nd H
UTM
UTM
37
UTM -3.5 O/U 146.5
EIU
EIU
36
HALF
MOST
MOST
26
EIU -4.5 O/U 140.5
PRST
PRST
43
1st H
IDST
IDST
32
PRST -3.5 O/U 154.5
IDHO
IDHO
22
HALF
UNCO
UNCO
46
UNCO -17 O/U 137
21
COLO
21
COLO
26
HALF
CAL
CAL
38
COLO -8.5 O/U 128
EWU
EWU
26
HALF
SUU
SUU
18
SUU -2.5 O/U 149
23
OSU
23
OSU
43
HALF
NEB
NEB
27
OSU -9.5 O/U 144
NMSU
NMSU
37
1st H
GCU
GCU
25
NMSU -6 O/U 136.5
SDSU
SDSU
30
HALF
NDSU
NDSU
31
NDSU -4.5 O/U 145
USD
USD
34
1st H
3
GONZ
3
GONZ
43
GONZ -25.5 O/U 149.5
SMC
SMC
Today, 3:00 AM
SCU
SCU
SMC -6 O/U 140
PAC
PAC
Today, 3:00 AM
LMU
LMU
PAC -2.5 O/U 123
PORT
PORT
Today, 3:00 AM
SF
SF
SF -17 O/U 142
ARIZ
ARIZ
Today, 3:00 AM
USC
USC
ARIZ -4.5 O/U 139
TRGV
TRGV
Today, 3:00 AM
CSU
CSU
CSU -2.5 O/U 134.5
MTST
MTST
Today, 3:05 AM
SAC
SAC
SAC -5 O/U 122.5
ORST
ORST
Today, 4:00 AM
14
ORE
14
ORE
ORE -10 O/U 135
UCSB
UCSB
Today, 4:00 AM
UCRV
UCRV
UCSB -2.5 O/U 125
UCI
UCI
Today, 4:00 AM
CP
CP
UCI -11.5 O/U 136
ASU
ASU
Today, 4:00 AM
UCLA
UCLA
UCLA -3 O/U 141.5

A Texas Tech-TCU Trend To Know

Tech will look to avenge an early-season loss to TCU

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TCU (13-10) at Texas Tech (15-8)

Monday 2/9/20, 9:00pm EST

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TREND: TCU has gone 1-6 (1-6 ATS) in true road games and has lost five-straight road games straight-up and ATS.

STORYLINE: “Indeed, the main takeaway from the TCU loss will be slowing down [Desmond] Bane who has scored in double figures in all but three games this season. The 6-foot-6, 215-pound guard leads the team in scoring with 16.4 points per contest, followed by RJ Nembhard (12.3 points) and Kevin Samuel (10.7 points, 8.7 rebounds). But, the Red Raiders appear to be finding their own way after putting together a pair of wins against Oklahoma and Texas to move into a tie with West Virginia (18-5, 6-4) for third place in the conference standings. The biggest improvement has come from Holyfield, who’s shown consistency from the offensive and defensive end. The former Stephen F. Austin standout has finished in double digits in three of the last four games and recorded three or more blocks in the last four contests.

‘Holyfield, he’s showing that in the last couple of games that he can be a shot blocker,’ Texas Tech guard Terrence Shannon Jr. said following Saturday’s win over Texas. ‘He’s been doing a tremendous job lately. This game, he had five blocks and they were big-time blocks because most of them came late.’ As for how Texas Tech can ensure they’re in a good position to win Monday night? Shannon Jr. provided a quick synopsis. ‘We just need to play the game the right way, with fewer turnovers,’ he said, alluding to 15 miscues against the Horned Frogs earlier in the year. ‘We can’t turn the ball over to the other team. And we have to play hard on defense.’” - Carlos Silva Jr, Lubbock Avalanche-Journal (2/9/20)

QUICK-HITTER: TCU took down Texas Tech earlier in the season, but the Red Raiders will now look to defend their home court and split the season series. Although Tech will try to take better care of the basketball this time around, do they have the edge? Click the button below to instantly unlock our model’s best bet for this game!