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Now that the college football season has come to an end, the college basketball season is really starting to heat up with conference play under way. There are great games every night, and Wednesday is no exception – offering hoops fans another exciting slate of college basketball. Let’s dive into the Wednesday night lineup and find four picks to make up a great parlay.

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Kansas vs. UCF Prediction and Pick

Kansas’ addition of senior big man Hunter Dickinson via the transfer portal -- combined with guard Kevin McCullar Jr.’s improvement over his performance last season –- has completely changed the Jayhawks’ outlook on 2023-24. McCullar has literally doubled his 2022-23 per-game averages for points and assists, and through the first few months of the current season, he is arguably the best two-way player in the nation. The Jayhawks’ opponent on Wednesday, the Central Florida Knights, are no pushovers, either. UCF has plenty of talent, too, and the team’s backcourt duo of juniors Jaylin Sellers and Darius Johnson is a lethal combination. Although the Knights have a talented backcourt and an overall good team, Kansas is just bigger, better, faster, and stronger. The No. 3 Jayhawks have what is arguably the best team in the country right now, and they will show it on the road in Orlando on Wednesday night.

Leg-1 Parlay Pick: Kansas ML (-334)
Connecticut vs. Xavier Prediction and Pick

The start of the Big East Conference schedule last month brought a surprise to the dominant No. 4 Connecticut Huskies, who were shocked at Seton Hall 75-60 in their conference opener on Dec. 20. Questions immediately arose as to whether UConn could be competitive on the road this season. In their second Big East road game last Friday at Butler, the Huskies found themselves down 42-35 at halftime. Connecticut came out much more aggressively in the second half and ended up hanging on for a win. The Huskies have another road test on Wednesday night at Xavier. The Musketeers are an underrated and good team that plays tough defense and has hung around in games against several strong opponents this season. If UConn doesn’t play well for the full 40 minutes – something the Huskies failed to do at Butler on Friday -- then Xavier’s fans could find themselves storming the court on Wednesday night at the Cintas Center. This seems like a moment to take Xavier, but I can’t trust the Musketeers’ offense. Connecticut will score points in this one, and Xavier will not be able to keep up. Give me the Huskies here.

Leg-2 Parlay Pick: Connecticut ML (-200)
Washington State vs. USC Prediction and Pick

Freshman Bronny James’ presence at USC has certainly overshadowed many of the other talented players on the Trojans’ roster this season, but that’s what happens when you bring in LeBron James’ son. The Trojans’ backcourt of Boogie Ellis, Kobe Johnson, and Isaiah Collier has been lethal this season. While post play has been a weakness for this team and is a major reason for its 8-7 start, USC’s backcourt can really hurt opponents defensively. Meanwhile, Washington State’s 10-5 record has been inflated by a weak stretch of non-conference opponents. Against mid- to high-level teams, the Cougars crumble. While James’ addition has brought more fans out to watch USC games due to the name-recognition factor, he is still another year away from truly contributing. Look for Ellis, Johnson, and Collier to carry the load offensively on Wednesday night. Washington State will have no answer for them.

Leg-3 Parlay Pick: USC ML (-300)
Colorado vs. California Prediction and Pick

Colorado and California will be the headliners for Wednesday night’s highest-profile game on the West Coast because both these Pac-12 teams are very talented. Colorado is the more talked-about team, having already cracked the Top 25 this season. The Buffaloes’ commanding 90-63 win over Miami on Dec. 10 in Brooklyn was certainly a statement victory. Four Colorado players -- KJ Simpson, Tristan da Silva, Cody Williams, and J’Vonne Hadley -- are currently averaging double-digit point totals, so there’s no doubt that this Buffaloes team can score. Colorado ranks 18th in the nation in effective field-goal percentage, ninth in three-point percentage, and 34th in two-point percentage. Colorado is, quite simply, a well-oiled machine at this point. However, on Wednesday the Buffs will be facing a Cal team is growing on me this season, because the Golden Bears are also a great offensive team. Led by junior Jaylon Tyson along with seniors Fardaws Aimaq, Jalen Cone, and Keonte Kennedy, California can really score. The 5-10 Bears’ real problems are on the defensive end.  Putting aside its most recent game at UCLA on Saturday, which Cal won 66-57, this team has allowed 70 or more points in six out of seven games. The Golden Bears are coming off that big win over the Bruins, but UCLA is a team that struggles offensively, so I’m not prepared to say that Cal’s defensive play has turned a corner just yet. If the Bears can hold Colorado to fewer than 70 points on Wednesday night then I’ll be ready to say they have turned that corner. Give me California in a high-scoring game, and look for the home team to show spurts of great defense.

Leg-4 Parlay Pick: California ML (+150)

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