Authored by College Basketball Against The Spread Expert Analyst Charlie McDougall and produced by Charliessports.com for their 2014 Basketball game on Sunday November 30, 2014 at 2:00 pm EST.
The (6-0) and 25th-ranked Providence Friars of the Big East Conference will make take trip from the largest city in Little Rhodie to the Bluegrass State to take on the (6-0) and number-one-ranked Kentucky Wildcats of the Southeastern Conference in 2014 NCAA Basketball action. They will play at the luxurious Rupp Arena in downtown Lexington, Kentucky. This Sports Handicapper believes Providence will be better than the expert expect as coach Ed Cooley tries to replace star Bryce Cotton. The Kentucky Wildcats are loaded again and should be a force in the 2015 March Madness College Basketball tournament. The Opening betting line has not yet been posted for Sunday’s game.
2014-15 Providence Friars will be looking to improve on their 23-12 record from last season, Providence has won 19 conference games in the last two years and in the new Big East they will try to cut the nets down at Madison Square Garden again in 2015. The over has come in 20 of Providence last 27 overall, and they are 6-1-1 Against The spread their last eight overall. Providence is 2-1-1 Against The Number, going over the total twice and staying under once in 2014 NCAA Basketball Handicappers Predictions this season. Providence College is off to a great start this season, but they have played cupcakes, and now the real test comes. Seven newcomers were added to the 2014-15 squad, and they will need to mesh in time for Big East play.
The 2014-15 Kentucky Wildcats are once again in a familiar position, number one team in the land and they had the best recruiting class this year. Kentucky lost in the 2014 NCAA March Madness Final game 60-54 to Connecticut. Kentucky has yet to be tested this season winning all six games by over eighteen-points. The Betting Odds under is 8-1-1 the Wildcats last ten vs. Big East opponents and Kentucky beat Providence 79-65 last year. The Wildcats are 2-1-1 Against The number this season, going over in two of the three were the total was posted. The Harrison Twins return for their sophomore season and as they go so does Kentucky.
Free Pick: Side and Total.