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How the public is betting the college basketball schedule on Tuesday, December 9th

Here are the latest numbers and bet splits for the college basketball’s schedule on December 9th.

Indiana Hoosiers forward Trayce Jackson-Davis rebounds the ball against the Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles in the second half at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY Sports

An upstart Rhode Island team that has struggled with better competition takes on No. 13 Wisconsin in Madison tonight. UW fell 67-65 to Marquette last time out, but have been trying to win with depth so far: Seven players for the Badgers are averaging more than 20 minutes a game through four contests so far.

Also Indiana heads to Tallahassee’s Tucker Center for a battle with No. 20 Florida State. This will be just the second game of 2020 for the Noles, who beat North Florida 86-58 earlier this season. One thing you can count on from FSU at home is that they’ll play tenacious defense: Florida State was the No. 4 team in America when last season was shut down.

IU’s Archie Miller thought he had an NCAA Tournament team last year, and has wins over Tennessee Tech, Providence, and Stanford so far this season. The only loss came to No. 17 Texas, who beat the Hoosiers 66-44 on December 1st.

Here are odds and bet splits for college basketball games on December 9th:

College Basketball Odds-Splits Dec. 9th

Teams Point Spread % Handle % Bets Total Points % Handle % Bets Moneyline % Handle % Bets
Teams Point Spread % Handle % Bets Total Points % Handle % Bets Moneyline % Handle % Bets
Rhode Island +9.5 10% 10% Over 137.5 74% 67% +390 7% 9%
#13 Wisconsin -9.5 90% 90% Under 137.5 26% 33% -530 93% 91%
Northern Iowa +9 11% 24% Over 148.5 22% 33% +350 4% 5%
#19 Richmond -9 89% 76% Under 148.5 78% 67% -480 96% 95%
Abilene Christian +16 30% 62% Over 130.5 79% 90% +1200 16% 5%
#17 Texas Tech -16 70% 38% Under 130.5 21% 10% -3335 84% 95%
Indiana +3 32% 42% Over 139.5 38% 77% +130 61% 61%
#20 Florida State -3 68% 58% Under 139.5 62% 23% -157 39% 39%
Texas State +23 0% 0% Over 132.0 97% 96% +1500 12% 4%
#13 Texas -23 0% 0% Under 132.0 3% 4% -5000 88% 96%
Stephen F. Austin +23.5 11% 17% Over 149.5 24% 23% OTB
Baylor -23.5 89% 83% Under 149.5 76% 77%
Chicago State +35 100% 100% Over 139.5 26% 43% OTB
Loyola Chicago -35 0% 0% Under 139.5 74% 57%
Furman +3.5 0% 0% Over 140.0 66% 38% +135 18% 20%
Cincinnati -3.5 100% 100% Under 140.0 34% 62% -165 82% 80%
Maryland +2 55% 59% Over 134.5 52% 66% +112 69% 66%
Clemson -2 45% 41% Under 134.5 48% 34% -134 31% 34%
Providence +2.5 65% 29% Over 130.5 96% 95% +120 37% 34%
TCU -2.5 35% 71% Under 130.5 4% 5% -148 63% 66%
Western Illinois +14 90% 25% Over 142.0 14% 23% +950 17% 4%
Miami Ohio -14 10% 75% Under 142.0 86% 77% -2000 83% 96%
Toledo +13.5 46% 27% Over 146.5 54% 43% +800 3% 4%
Michigan -13.5 54% 73% Under 146.5 46% 57% -1430 97% 96%
Arkansas-Pine Bluff +14 0% 0% Over 135.5 81% 77% +1000 12% 6%
Arkansas State -14 0% 0% Under 135.5 19% 23% -2000 88% 94%
Cal State Bakersfield +17 42% 7% Over 131.5 92% 95% +1300 10% 6%
Arizona -17 58% 93% Under 131.5 8% 5% -3335 90% 94%
Chattanooga -2.5 81% 88% Over 140.0 70% 38% -143 91% 78%
Bellarmine +2.5 19% 12% Under 140.0 30% 62% +120 9% 22%
Eastern Illinois -3.5 97% 86% Over 131.5 59% 91% -175
Evansville +3.5 3% 14% Under 131.5 41% 9%
Lamar +4.5 45% 16% Over 135.5 93% 79% +170 14% 9%
Louisiana-Monroe -4.5 55% 84% Under 135.5 7% 21% -210 86% 91%
Marshall -5.5 28% 89% Over 147.0 20% 36% -250 91% 93%
Charleston +5.5 72% 11% Under 147.0 80% 64% +200 9% 7%
North Carolina A&T +21.5 22% 39% Over 136.5 83% 58% +1800 32% 8%
VCU -21.5 78% 61% Under 136.5 17% 42% -10000 68% 92%
SIU Edwardsville +12 85% 16% Over 137.0 97% 78% +600 3% 2%
Valparaiso -12 15% 84% Under 137.0 3% 22% -910 97% 98%
Stony Brook +9.5 34% 28% Over 89% 67% +400 14% 7%
Hofstra -9.5 66% 72% Under 11% 33% -560 86% 93%
Georgia Tech +1 16% 15% Over 147.0 18% 21% +100 44% 53%
Nebraska -1 84% 85% Under 147.0 82% 79% -121 56% 47%
Southeastern Louisiana +18.5 37% 22% Over 147.5 29% 2% +1500 40% 9%
Louisiana Tech -18.5 63% 78% Under 147.5 71% 98% -5000 60% 91%
Oklahoma +1 34% 19% Over 147.0 98% 55% -105 26% 38%
Xavier -1 66% 81% Under 147.0 2% 45% -115 74% 62%

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