With the regular season starting in early November, this NCAAB matchups page provides a quick summary of how each team is performing versus the point spreads, moneyline, totals (over/under), and as a favorite or underdog.
Approximate some 45 percent of college basketball team’s games are played within the conference, and the conference standings are figured by teams’ records in those games.
Winning the conference tournament, which takes place at the end of the regular season, guarantees a spot in the NCAA tournament, or “March Madness”. Remaining spots, or “at-large” selections, are determined by vote of a committee of selectors.
Expect those teams from the “Power-Five” conferences, as in Atlantic Coast, Big 12, Big Ten, Pac-12 and Southeastern, to constitute the majority of the 68 teams in the season-ending tournament.
It’s then “March Madness” where college basketball odds and pairings go to the next level. This means more scrutiny from the sportsbook, and thus more attention from the bettors. It’s a single-elimination tournament which generally features plenty of surprises. It’s not uncommon for some double-digit (lower) seeds to advance.
Check each team’s point spreads and moneyline records before any wagering.Follow us on Twitter