NCAA Basketball Betting Lines (9-14/3)

The college basketball postseason has arrived, and the Bodog Sportsbook has punters covered with the best NCAAB odds. March Madness doesn’t begin until next week, but that’s probably a good thing for bettors. This week’s conference tournaments provide a glimpse into what to expect when the Big Dance gets underway. The matchup highlights this weekend’s college basketball schedule at the Bodog Sportsbook, where you can get -110 (1.91/1.91) NCAA basketball odds.

NCAA Basketball Betting – NCAAB Post Season Has Arrived

No. 4 Duke (26-5 SU, 18-10-2 ATS) is the top seed at the ACC Tournament, which gets underway on Thursday at the Greensboro Coliseum. The Blue Devils won’t be on the floor until Friday’s quarterfinals, when they’ll meet the winner of Thursday’s tilt between Boston College (15-15 SU, 13-13 ATS) and Virginia (14-15 SU, 10-14 ATS).

Riding high after slamming rival North Carolina 82-50 as 15-point favourites at Cameron Indoor Stadium on Saturday, Duke is 5-3-2 ATS (9-1 SU) in its last 10 games.

Waiting for the Devils on the other side of the bracket is No. 19 Maryland (23-7 SU, 17-9 ATS), which has won seven in a row (6-1 ATS) since falling 77-56 at Duke (-9.5) on February 13. This includes a 79-72 victory over the Devils at College Park last Wednesday, when the Terrapins cashed as 1-point underdogs.

The SEC Tournament gets started on Thursday at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, and all eyes will be on No. 2 Kentucky (29-2 SU, 16-13 ATS). The Wildcats tip off on Friday against either Alabama (16-14 SU, 12-13-2 ATS) or South Carolina (15-15 SU, 10-17 ATS), which is one of two schools to defeat Kentucky this season.

The other team to have bested the Wildcats is No. 15 Tennessee (23-7 SU, 12-14-1 ATS), and the schools are on a collision course for Saturday’s semifinals. If Kentucky can get past the Volunteers, it won’t get any easier for it. No. 20 Vanderbilt (23-7 SU, 15-13 ATS) is capable of knocking off the Wildcats if it gets to Sunday’s final.

Bodog sportsbook has the sharpest NCAA basketball betting lines for the Big Ten Tournament at Conseco Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, which runs from Thursday to Sunday to mirror the ACC and SEC tournament schedules.

It’s hard to pick a favourite in the Big Ten. No. 5 Ohio State (24-7 SU, 16-15 ATS) is the top seed, but No. 6 Purdue (26-4 SU, 12-17-1 ATS), No. 11 Michigan State (24-7 SU, 11-18 ATS), and No. 13 Wisconsin (23-7 SU, 16-15 ATS) are all capable of earning an automatic bid by winning the tourney outright.