Corrigan’s Gambling Corner: On To College Basketball

Corrigan’s Gambling Corner: On To College Basketball

by February 10, 2021 0 comments

Unfortalntly, we have no more football to gamble on. The good news is, I have been on fire with my college basketball picks. If you have been tailing me for the past two weeks, you have made some good money. It’s time to start winning some money on college basketball.

All lines courtesy of Jazz Sportsbook. Please gamble responsibly.

2021 Record: 17-14-1

College Basketball

Missouri (+1) vs Ole Miss

Not sure why Missouri is a road underdog in this one, but we will take it. Missouri is playing some of their best basketball of the season, winning six out of their last seven. They are also 5-2 ATS in that timeframe. Missouri is one of the best scoring teams in that nation and even against a strong defense like Ole Miss, Missouri should win this game pretty easily.

Rutgers vs Iowa (-6)

Both teams are pretty poor ATS. Iowa is 0-5 ATS in their last five and 10-9 on the season. However, Rutgers is even worse with an 8-8-1 ATS record on the season. What makes Iowa stand out in this one is Luka Garza, the clear Nasmith winner this season., and that they own the number one in offensive efficiency. They are also ranked in the top-20 in total shooting.

Georgia (+13.5) vs Tennessee

Georgia picked up its third straight win against Vanderbilt on Saturday. While Tennessee is one of the better teams in the SEC, they have had some problems beating up on teams. They needed a big second-half comeback against Kentucky on Saturday. Tennessee is clearly the better team here, but Georgia is playing some of its best basketball, and I’m rolling with the dawgs in this game.


Cavaliers vs Nuggets (-9)

Nikola Jokić is the front runner for MVP to start the season. While the Cavs have made a big leap this year, they have struggled to find any identity. The Nuggets should take care of the Cavaliers pretty easily as they are one of the more complete teams in the NBA.

Pelicans (-3) vs Bulls & Under 230.5

Both teams are scoring at a decently high clip this season, but 230 is just way too many points. Both teams are very young and still trying to figure themselves out. The total has gone under in four of the Pelicans’ last five. The Pelicans are also 5-2 ATS and straight up in their last seven. While the Bulls are 2-6 ATS and straight up in their last eight. Take the Pelicans and the under tonight.

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