Cornell vs. Kentucky Betting Odds

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Cornell vs. Kentucky Betting Odds

Johnny Detroit of Pregame.com presents his analysis of the Cornell vs. Kentucky Sweet 16 showdown.  Betting odds had Kentucky is listed as 8.5 favorites over Cornell, with a total set at 147 points tonight.  Pregame.com has all your game analyses and projections.  Bookmark them!

Kentucky is simply licking their chops now that Kansas is out of the NCAA Tournament and they are facing a double digit seed. This young Wildcats team is certainly full of confidence, so it's up to Coach Calipari to keep them grounded. Kentucky has won both of their NCAA Tournament games by a combined 59 PTS so far, easily the most dominating team thus far in the tournament. The Wildcats have won their past 7 games SU to stand at 34-2 SU overall this season. Kentucky has been ranked in the top 3 nearly all season in various national polls. The Wildcats are 15-2 SU and 11-6 ATS away from home this season, including a perfect 8-0 SU in neutral court settings. Kentucky is 10-5 ATS as a single digit favorite this season. The Wildcats are 9-6 ATS in non-conference games this season. After starting off the season losing back to back games ATS, the Wildcats didn't lose consecutive games ATS the rest of the season. Kentucky is averaging

95 PPG during the NCAA Tournament, after averaging 80 PPG all season long. PG John Wall leads the Wildcats with 16.8 PPG and 6.5 APG, both team highs this season.

Kentucky is 5-0 ATS in their last 5 NCAA Tournament games as the listed favorite. The over is 7-1 in the Wildcats last 8 non-conference games. Kentucky has been healthy all season long, which is quite rare considering how young this team is. The Wildcats don't have a single player listed on the their injury report.

There simply isn't a better story in CBB, as Cornell is playing the role of Cinderella this year. Cornell has already beaten both Temple and Wisconsin, both of which were considered top 20 teams in the nation. It's been 31 years since an Ivy League team has made it this far in the NCAA Tournament. Cornell is 29-4 SU and 18-10 ATS overall this season. The Big Red dominated Ivy League play, going 13-1 SU. Most critics believe the Big Red haven't played a tough schedule this year, but those same critics fail to remember they've played two #1 seeds in Kansas and Syracuse. Cornell is 18-3 SU and 14-5 ATS away from home this season, including a perfect 6-0 SU in neutral court scenarios. The Big Red is 6-1 ATS as the listed underdog, with their lone ATS loss coming by 2 PTS to Syracuse. Cornell won 5 of those 7 games SU as the listed underdog, losing only to Kansas and Syracuse. Cornell has scored at least 78 PTS in each of their past 4 games. The Big Red are

an experienced team led by F Ryan Wittman and G Louis Dale. Wittman averages a team high 17.8 PPG and 4 RPG while shooting 43% from the 3 point line. Dale averages 12.6 PPG and nearly 5 APG this season.

The Big Red are 5-1 ATS in their last 6 neutral site games. The over is 5-2 in Cornell's last 7 non-conference games. Similar to Kentucky, the Big Red don't list anyone on their injury reports as they get ready to play one of the biggest games in school history.

Pregame.com projects the final score to be 79-75 in favor of the Kentucky Wildcats. The OVER 147 is the Total of the Day!

 

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