Free NCAA Basketball Big Ten Conference Tournament First Round Predictions and, Odds: Nebraska Cornhuskers vs. Penn State Nittany Lions.

Written and authored by NCAA Basketball March Madness Expert Analyst Charlie Red McDougall. produces it for Basketball news and notes.

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The (14-17) and Number-Twelve Seed Nebraska Cornhuskers of the Big Ten Conference will be in the “NATION’S CAPITAL” for their first round Big Ten Conference Tournament matchup.

Nebraska will play the (12-18) and 13 seed Penn State Nittany Lions also of the Big Ten in 2017 NCAA Basketball Tournament action. Tip-off is 4:30 PM EST on the ESPN2 Television Network.

The game is on Wednesday. March 8, 2017. The teams will play at the Verizon Center home of the NBA Wizards in the Chinatown section of Washington, D.C.

The best Sports Handicapper believes the Nebraska Cornhuskers like the entire Big Ten Conference is a little down the 2016-17 season.

Anything is possible, and the Cornhuskers believe they can win the Conference Tournament as a lower seed.

Besides Maryland, the Penn State Nittany Lions should have the largest contingencies in Washington.

The Nittany Lions are young but talented; they will have to wait another year for the “HYPE.”

The Opening Betting Line has the Nebraska Cornhuskers as a Two-Point Favorite Against The Point Spread on a neutral court.

The Betting Odds Total is 141 And A Half-Points for Wednesday’s contest.

The 2017 Nebraska Cornhuskers come into the Big Ten Tournament with their confidence shaken.

Nebraska is on a four-game losing streak and four all of the defeats been by double digits. Wednesday begins a new season according to the coaching staff.

The Cornhuskers are 0-3 Against The Point Spread their last three. Head Coach Tim Miles is in his fifth season on the bench at the largest institute in the state. The South Dakota native has only made the NCAA March Madness Tournament once in his tenure, and they advanced to the second round.

Despite finishing the regular season on down, not the coaching staff is still confident and are under the notion that anything can happen in March.

Senior Guard Tai Webster is the team’s most consistent player. The New Zealand native is also the team leader in scoring and assists.

The key to a Nebraska victory is to play wit ha sense of urgency and control the tempo.

Bovada.Lv, list the Nebraska Cornhuskers at +5,000 to win the 2017 Big Ten Conference Basketball Tournament Championship.

The Penn State Nittany Lions also ended the season with consecutive defeats, five in a row. The latest an eleven-point road loss at Iowa in the regular season finale. The Nittany Lions are also 0-3 ATS their last three vs. Wednesday’s opponent.

Penn State lost by sixteen points to Nebraska on Valentine’s Day of 2017.

Revenge is on the minds of the Penn State basketball squad.

The Freshman trio of Guard Tony Carr and Forward Lamar Stevens are the teams leading scorers.

Head Coach Pat Chambers is a native son of the “KEYSTONE STATE, ” but his job could be on the line. Chambers has been on the bench since the 2011 season with no NCAA March Madness Tournament appearances.

Everyone n the nation knows Penn State is a Football first school, but the atmosphere is ripe for championship caliber “HOOPS.”

The key to a Penn State victory is to play at a fanatic pace and force turnovers on defense.

Bovada.Lv, list the 2017 Penn State Nittany Lions at +5,000 to win the Big Ten Conference Tournament.

NCAA Basketball Conference Tournament Betting Predictions.

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