Creighton vs. Villanova Betting Odds: Wildcats 2-8 Against Spread Last Ten

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The Creighton vs. Villanova betting odds had the number 2 ranked Wildcats as a -10 home favorite despite the Blue Jays having only six losses on the season and a record Against The Spread of 17-9.

Villanova has owned this series, winning the last five games and covering using the current spread in four of those.

Villanova is 2-8 ATS in their last 10 games overall and 2-7 ATS in their last 9 vs. Big East.

The Wildcats are looking to clinch their fourth consecutive Big East regular-season championship when it hosts No. 23 Creighton.

Butler’s Villanova at home in their last game, ruining the program-best 48-game winning streak at its 6,500-seat on-campus arena.

“Sometimes you come into a game and the other team plays better,” Villanova coach Jay Wright said. “You try everything. Our guys competed to the end. We just ran into a team that played better than us tonight.”

- Don Shapiro,

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