We all like to hit the big score when it comes to college basketball betting and that means parlays. Let’s look at Saturday college basketball parlay picks.
We all like to hit the big score when it comes to college basketball betting and that means parlays. Saturday college basketball betting offers a plethora of games to choose from which makes parlays very attractive. As we look at Saturday college basketball parlays we’ll focus on the televised action because when you bet a parlay you want to see your teams in action. The good news is that you can almost always find every game somewhere on your TV cable system. Most of the top teams are in action on Saturday, so we get some interesting matchups. We’ll focus on five teams so you can mix and match your favorites into a winning parlay. Let’s look at Saturday college basketball parlay picks.
Saturday College Basketball Parlay Teams
Can you say revenge? Tennessee visits Kentucky on Saturday in a game that can be seen on CBS. The Volunteers were beaten earlier this season at home by the Wildcats, losing 63-56 as 11-point favorites. Tennessee was also humiliated at Kentucky last season, losing 107-79, so this is a big game for the Volunteers. Tennessee is the better team this season and ranked in the Top 10, while the Wildcats are unranked. Sometimes you might want to take the unranked team at home against a ranked squad, but I don’t think that is the case here with the Volunteers wanting big time revenge. I’ll go with the Volunteers as one of Saturday’s parlay teams.
Is it time to start believing in Miami? They are now ranked in the Top 15 in the country and they look to be a serious contender in the ACC. They have what should be a relatively easy game on Saturday, if there is such a thing, as they host Wake Forest on the ACC Network. It has been all Miami in this series in Florida of late, as the Hurricanes are 9-1 SU in the last ten meetings and 6-3-1 ATS. The Demon Deacons have not won in South Florida since 2007. This is definitely a good spot for the Hurricanes to get a big win and move up in the rankings. We’ll take the Hurricanes at home as another parlay team.
Texas A&M Aggies
Is there a more disrespected team in the country than Texas A&M? The Aggies are 18-7 overall and 10-2 in the SEC and yet they are unranked in the AP Poll. The Aggies visit Missouri on Saturday in a game that can be seen on ESPN 2. The Tigers are having a decent season and they are 7-6 in the conference, but this has not been a good matchup for them. Texas A&M has won seven of the last ten in Columbia outright and they are 7-3 ATS. These teams met at Texas A&M last month and it was an Aggies rout. I simply don’t think that Missouri matches up well with A&M and even at home they have struggled against the Aggies. We’ll go with Texas A&M as one of Saturday’s parlay teams.
The Wildcats host Colorado on Saturday in a game that can be seen on ESPN 2. It has been ugly for Colorado on the road in this series, as they have never won in Tucson. The Buffs did okay against the spread early on, but in the last four years they are 0-4 ATS. There is no reason to think that Colorado is going to keep this one close, so I will lay the points with Arizona as another of Saturday’s parlay teams.
Another Pac-12 team is a big favorite at home on Saturday and that is UCLA. The Bruins host California in what should be a rout on Saturday night on the Pac-12 Network. The Bears have been awful on the road in this series, going 1-9 SU and it hasn’t been that much better against the spread, as they are just 3-7. The Bears have failed to cover each of the last four trips to UCLA. I will go with the Bruins on Saturday as the last parlay team.
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