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College Basketball is now in full swing with many new faces in new places, as the transfer portal has had a dramatic impact on the game. There are some key matchups on Saturday night, headlined by an in-state battle between No. 7 Gonzaga and Washington. Let’s take a closer look at four games worth a wager.

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Drexel vs. West Virginia Odds, Spread, Over/Under, Moneyline - College Basketball Odds 12/9

Moneyline: Drexel +120, West Virginia -167
Spread: Drexel +2.5 (-110), West Virginia -2.5 (-125)
Total: Over/Under 138.5

Drexel vs. West Virginia Prediction and Pick

The West Virginia Mountaineers’ season is off to a rocky start, although expectations for this team remain quite high, thanks to its great offseason performance in the transfer portal. Getting forward Quinn Slazinski from Iona and former Syracuse center Jesse Edwards, who has overseas experience from summer-league games against European stars  such as Nikola Jokic, were major coups. Those newcomers have joined established guard Kobe Johnson, which is one reason big things are expected from the Mountaineers. Fortunately for West Virginia, this team still has a long season ahead of it and the upcoming four-game stretch offers a chance to turn things around.

Drexel’s  5-4 record doesn’t reflect its identity, either, because this is a sneaky team. The Dragons pulled off an impressive upset last weekend by holding on to beat Villanova. The problem for Drexel is consistency. The Dragons have had games such as the one against the Wildcats, when they really put it all together. However, they have also had games where everything fell apart, which is exactly what happened in a 67-61 season-opening loss to La Salle as well as losses to Temple, Old Dominion, and Princeton. If the Drexel team that showed up last Saturday against Villanova shows up for this game in Morgantown, then West Virginia could be in some trouble. Nevertheless, Slazinski, Johnson, and Edwards have too much talent for the Dragons to handle.

Leg-1 Parlay Pick: West Virginia ML (-167)

UCLA vs. Villanova Odds, Spread, Over/Under, Moneyline - College Basketball Odds 12/9

Moneyline: UCLA +150, Villanova -188
Spread: UCLA +4.5 (-120), Villanova -4.5 (+100)
Total: Over/Under 127.5

UCLA vs. Villanova Prediction and Pick

This will without question be Saturday’s best matchup of two unranked teams. Over the years, UCLA and Villanova have consistently proven that their programs belong in the top 25, so the fact that both are unranked this season is somewhat surprising.

On Nov. 20, UCLA had No. 4 Marquette, arguably the best team in the country, on the ropes in a 71-69 loss to the Warriors, who needed a 3-pointer from Sean Jones to take the lead with 36 seconds remaining. The Bruins also played No. 7 Gonzaga down to the wire in Hawaii. Had UCLA won either or both of those games, the Bruins would certainly be in the top 25 right now with four of five starters averaging double-digit scoring totals per game.

Villanova’s defense has been suffocating at times. The Wildcats were winners in holding Maryland to 40 points and Memphis to 63 points, including only 16 in the first half. The injury picture is key here, since UCLA freshman guard Sebastian Mack’s status is up in the air, and senior guard Justin Moore is out for Villanova. With Moore out and Mack likely to play, I lean toward the Bruins in this one. If Mack can perform like he did against Marquette (25 points), then this Bruins team will be hard to beat on Saturday. Villanova is talented and still has a good chance to win without Moore, but consistency has been a problem for the Wildcats. With Moore out, UCLA is the play for me.

Leg-2 Parlay Pick: UCLA ML (+150)

BYU vs. Utah Odds, Spread, Over/Under, Moneyline - College Basketball Odds 12/9

Moneyline: BYU -170, Utah +150
Spread: BYU -3.5 (-110), Utah +3.5 (-110)
Total: Over/Under 151.5

BYU vs. Utah Prediction and Pick

If you love scoring and great all-around basketball, then this matchup of in-state rivals is for you. The dominance of No. 14 BYU’s 8-0 start can’t go unnoticed, even though the Cougars haven’t really been tested during that stretch. Nevertheless, BYU has been an outstanding team since this season started, and no opponent has managed to come within nine points of the Cougars. They have won six of their eight games by more than 20 points, thanks to one of the nation’s best offenses. BYU has five players averaging double-digit point totals. In addition, sophomore guards Richie Saunders and Dallin Hall are right there, too, with averages of 9.8 and 9.3 points per game.

Utah’s team is also strong and led by senior center Branden Carlson. The 7-footer is a matchup nightmare because he can really stretch the floor. He teams with senior guard Gabe Madsen to form a dynamic duo that will make noise come March. Utah has already given the No. 3 Houston Cougars a scare, and that team has the best defense in the country. Utah was only one of two opponents to score at least 60 points against Houston this season and the only one to go higher than 60 at 66.  That’s the best scoring performance against Houston since last year’s Sweet 16, when the Cougars were beaten by the Miami Hurricanes. I think this is a game in which Utah can certainly play spoiler, thanks to the combination of Carlson and Madsen, who will take the Utes far this year. However, we’ll play it safe and go with the over here.

Leg-3 Parlay Pick: BYU/Utah over 151.5 (-110)

Gonzaga vs. Washington Odds, Spread, Over/Under, Moneyline - College Basketball Odds 12/9

Moneyline: Gonzaga -170, Utah +150
Spread: Gonzaga -3.5 (-115), Utah +3.5 (-105)
Total: Over/Under 163.5

Gonzaga vs. Washington Prediction and Pick

I honestly find the line for this game to be confusing, because this year’s Gonzaga team is not as good as past Bulldogs teams. Nevertheless, No. 7 Gonzaga is still very good, and this Washington team – though high-scoring and solid offensively – isn’t at the same level. As always, the current Gonzaga roster is balanced and deep. The Bulldogs’ addition of junior forward Graham Ike through the transfer portal during the offseason was huge. Ike, who came over from Wyoming, has been one of Gonzaga’s top players so far this season. Including Ike, the Bulldogs have four of five starters averaging double-digit point totals, while freshman forward Braden Huff, who comes in off the bench, averages 12.5 points per game.

Washington (5-3) is still working to develop chemistry with transfer-portal acquisitions Keion Brooks Jr. and Sahvir Wheeler both having come over from Kentucky to lead the way for the Huskies this season. Given how Brooks and Wheeler have played so far, it’s possible that this Washington team could really get going during the second half of the season. However, in an early-season matchup with Gonzaga, Washington will still be looking to jell as a team, which is not a great formula for beating a ranked opponent. Give me the Bulldogs in the Alaska Airlines Arena on Saturday night.

Leg-4 Parlay Pick: Gonzaga ML (-188)

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