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Kansas Jayhawks vs. Texas Longhorns Betting Info, Game Odds and Picks (February 23, 2021)

NCAAB Betting: Kansas Jayhawks vs. Texas Longhorns Betting Info, Odds and Picks

To begin with, Kansas had a terrible start on the board this season. KU was so bad that their March Madness betting credentials were seriously questioned. Coach Bill Self was facing the worst season of his career. However, the Jayhawks have flipped the switch down the stretch. With March Madness bids at stake, Kansas has gone into overdrive. By contrast, Texas was college basketball’s biggest surprise in the early going. Coach Shaka Smart was touted for national Coach of the Year honors. For all that, the Longhorns are currently slumping. Texas is drowning gamblers in red ink.

Kansas Jayhawks vs. Texas Longhorns Betting Information

Date: Tuesday, February 23, 2021
Time: 9:00 p.m. ET
Location: Frank Erwin Special Events Center, Austin Texas
TV Coverage: ESPN

Kansas vs. Texas Betting Odds

Kansas +2½ (-110) 139½ (-110)
Texas -2½ (-110) 139½ (-110)
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Kansas Jayhawks at Texas Longhorns CashBet Wagering Analysis

Kansas is a college basketball name-brand blue blood. Cause by that and their recent performance is Bitcoin sportsbook handle expected to be high. Sharps will like the Jayhawks on the road with a more favorable price. Texas will get its share of the action too. Squares will like the Longhorns’ higher ranking and home court. Both of those traits feed the comfort zones of the masses. Furthermore, Bill Self is a coaching icon that will draw casual and wise guy money alike.

Kansas Catches Fire Just in Time

Late on, Kansas has made a run towards securing a 2021 March Madness betting bid. KU has covered in six of their last seven games. Under the total has paid in three consecutive Jayhawks games. Kansas is coming off a 67-61 home win over Texas Tech. As a result, KU is 17-7 straight up, 12-11 against the spread, and 12-11 over the total. The Jayhawks 124th out of 350 teams for scoring and 67th for points allowed. Kansa has climbed to third place in the Big 12 Conference race.

Junior guard Ochai Agbaji leads Kansas with 13.7 points per game. Correlate his 14 points in the win over Texas Tech. Junior forward David McCormack averages 13 points and 6.1 rebounds per contest. In turn, McCormack scored 17 points with eight rebounds in the win over Texas Tech. Freshman forward Jalen Wilson is averaging 12.7 points and 8.0 rebounds per game. Wilson had 11 points and 11 assists against the Red Raiders. And then he has scored in double-digits in five straight games.

Texas Fades the Public and on Fumes in Stretch Run

Last time out for Texas was a Saturday 84-82 home loss to West Virginia. Texas has failed to cover seven of their previous eight bet on NCAA basketball matchups. And has lost four of their last six games straight up. Texas has gone over the total in eight of their last ten games. On the whole, the Longhorns are 13-6 straight up, 7-12 against the spread, and 12-7 over the total. Texas ranks 82nd out of 350 teams for scoring and 125th for points allowed. Texas has fallen to the fifth position in the Big 12 Conference standings.

Junior guard Andrew Jones leads Texas with 15.6 points per game. Overall, Jones has scored 17 or more points in four of his last five games.

Kansas Jayhawks at Texas Longhorns Against the Spread

To summarize, Texas has covered five of their last seven against Kansas. Four of the previous five games between these teams went under the total. However, Kansas has covered four of their last five trips to Texas. Four of those five games went under the total.   Kansas will be looking to atone for an 84-59 home loss to Texas on January 2 of this year.

Kansas Jayhawks at Texas Longhorns CashBet Free Pick

In this situation, Kansas is playing with the 2021 March Madness Betting purpose. As was previously noted, the Jayhawks get the money at Texas. Of major concern is the recent Longhorns slide.

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