College Basketball Predictions – March 17, 2019

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College Basketball Overview – March 17, 2019

  • 6 games today in NCAA Basketball
  • Yale has the highest predicted win probability tonight
  • St. Bonaventure vs. St. Louis is the closest prediction tonight
  • Tennessee vs. Auburn is the highest predicted total of the night
  • St. Bonaventure vs. St. Louis is the lowest predicted total of the night

Tonight’s College Basketball Schedule

This is the line-up for tonight’s college basketball action:

  • Auburn vs. Tennessee
  • Cincinnati vs. Houston
  • Michigan vs. Michigan State
  • Harvard vs. Yale
  • Saint Louis vs. St. Bonaventure
  • UT Arlington vs. Georgia State

SportsFormulator provides college basketball predicted scores using our proprietary formulator for each NCAA basketball game tonight March 17, 2019. Our data driven college basketball predictions giving you a predicted win percentage and score. Use our NCAA basketball predictions to win your college basketball bets tonight whether you are betting the college basketball point spread or total.

College Basketball Predictions – March 17, 2019:

Michigan State54%71Now
Saint Louis49%65Bet
St. Bonaventure51%66Now
UT Arlington43%70Bet
Georgia State57%74Now
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