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How the public is betting the college basketball schedule on Thursday

We’ve got the latest numbers for the best of college basketball’s opening schedule for December 3rd

Forward Luka Garza of the Iowa Hawkeyes goes to the basket during the first half against forward Kirk Parker of the Southern Jaguars at Carver-Hawkeye Arena, on November 27, 2020 in Iowa City, Iowa. Photo by Matthew Holst/Getty Images

Though it’s not the drama of the having three of the top five teams in college basketball playing as we did last night in Indianapolis, there’s still plenty of good hoops being played tonight across the country.

The No. 25 Arizona State Sun Devils open up Pac-12 play with the Cal Golden Bears in Berkeley. ASU has beaten a good Rhode Island and Houston Baptist team so far, but fell to the now No. 12 Villanova Wildcats on Thanksgiving in “Bubbleville” at Mohegan Sun. Point guard Remy Martin makes them go, and is a candidate for Pac-12 Player of The Year.

Also make sure to get a look at Naismith Award candidate Luka Garza and the Iowa Hawkeyes, who face Western Illinois on Big Ten Network. The former bench player averaged 23.9 points and 9.8 rebounds per game last season, and will be the key if the Hawkeyes can make a run to the Final Four in a loaded conference this season. He’s worth the watch even in what should be a blowout over the Leathernecks of the Summit League.

Here are odds and bet splits for Tuesday’s Top 25 college basketball games:

College Basketball Bet Splits Dec 3

Teams Point Spread % Handle % Bets Total Points % Handle % Bets Moneyline % Handle % Bets
Teams Point Spread % Handle % Bets Total Points % Handle % Bets Moneyline % Handle % Bets
Western Illinois +34.5 100% 100% Over 155.0 70% 31% OTB
#3 Iowa -34.5 0% 0% Under 155.0 30% 69%
Winthrop -1.5 78% 82% Over 154.5 12% 21% -124 87% 63%
Arkansas Little Rock +1.5 22% 18% Under 154.5 88% 79% +104 13% 37%
UMass Lowell +15.5 11% 10% Over 151.5 37% 32% +1000 15% 10%
NC State -15.5 89% 90% Under 151.5 63% 68% -2500 85% 90%
Merrimack +4 13% 26% Over 131.5 55% 79% +155 11% 23%
Iona -4 87% 74% Under 131.5 45% 21% -190 89% 77%
Tennessee Tech +11 0% 0% Over 136.0 26% 64% +525 8% 12%
Northern Kentucky -11 100% 100% Under 136.0 74% 36% -770 92% 88%
Washington +7.5 30% 35% Over 134.0 19% 61% +280 10% 12%
Utah -7.5 70% 65% Under 134.0 81% 39% -360 90% 88%
Marshall -2 31% 55% Over 155.5 26% 24% -134 36% 41%
Wright State +2 69% 45% Under 155.5 74% 76% +110 64% 59%
North Carolina A&T -1 100% 100% Over 160.0 22% 12% -117 43% 50%
Citadel +1 0% 0% Under 160.0 78% 88% -105 57% 50%
St. Francis (PA) +10.5 3% 16% Over 137.5 40% 73% OTB
Liberty -10.5 97% 84% Under 137.5 60% 27%
USC +1 46% 49% Over 142.0 16% 63% -105 58% 66%
UConn -1 54% 51% Under 142.0 84% 37% -115 42% 34%
Omaha +10 18% 29% Over 142.0 8% 34% +425 2% 5%
Drake -10 82% 71% Under 142.0 92% 66% -590 98% 95%
Niagara +21 54% 30% Over 144.0 22% 37% +1600 32% 15%
Syracuse -21 46% 70% Under 144.0 78% 63% -10000 68% 85%
Northwestern State +20 20% 9% Over 140.0 4% 30% +1800 22% 14%
TCU -20 80% 91% Under 140.0 96% 70% -10000 78% 86%
Seattle +19.5 0% 1% Over 136.5 54% 81% +1800 45% 31%
UCLA -19.5 100% 99% Under 136.5 46% 19% -10000 55% 69%
UTSA +15 3% 1% Over 151.0 79% 59% +1050 5% 8%
Oklahoma -15 97% 99% Under 151.0 21% 41% -2500 95% 92%
VMI +21.5 6% 8% Over 140.5 62% 76% OTB
Virginia Tech -21.5 94% 92% Under 140.5 38% 24%
Idaho +10.5 37% 57% Over 134.5 38% 61% +480 10% 9%
Sacramento State -10.5 63% 43% Under 134.5 62% 39% -715 90% 91%
Montana -1 0% 0% Over 143.0 70% 44% -120 76% 57%
Southern Utah +1 100% 100% Under 143.0 30% 56% +100 24% 43%
Boston College +7 98% 67% Over 142.5 25% 71% +250 20% 12%
Florida -7 2% 33% Under 142.5 75% 29% -315 80% 88%
Arizona State -7.5 93% 72% Over 147.5 72% 81% -345 96% 91%
California +7.5 7% 28% Under 147.5 28% 19% +275 4% 9%
Texas Southern +15.5 0% 0% Over 136.5 36% 49% +1050 21% 11%
Saint Mary's -15.5 100% 100% Under 136.5 64% 51% -2500 79% 89%

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