NCAA Basketball Betting -- NIT: Arkansas Wants to Prove it Can Be a Traveler at California


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The Razorbacks are out to prove that they can win on the road, and this would be a pretty good opportunity to do that, where the stakes are high. Arkansas has lost 24 of its last 29 road games, and covered less than half of them over the last three seasons. That is something that could have used some improvement.

However, they did go into a couple of very difficult places to play and came out with straight-up wins at Lexington against the Kentucky Wildcats (recent winners over Wichita State) and Nashville against Vanderbilt. So they are not to be written off, especially with the kind of pressure they exert with coach Mike Anderson's own variation on the "40 Minutes of Hell" theme employed by his mentor, Nolan Richardson.

But let's admit that if this game was in Fayetteville, there would be a slightly different dynamic, though when these teams met on a neutral floor in November, California came out the winner by an 85-77 score (covering the four-point spread in the NCAA basketball betting lines) in the Maui Invitational, despite turning the ball over 18 times.

As well as the SEC has performed in the NCAA's, the same can be said for the Pac-12, which has Arizona, UCLA and Stanford all in the Sweet 16. Cal has beaten both Arizona and Stanford, and barely missed out on advancing in the conference tournament, losing a 59-56 decision to Colorado, which wound up going to the Big Dance, while the Bears got a ticket for the NIT. They had a hot hand in this tourney's opener, shooting 52.5% in beating Utah Valley State.

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