NCAAB Betting News

The latest NCAAB betting news and headlines, game and team analysis, tournament previews, predictions and other college football information, exclusively provided by Mybookie.lv. The Madness is almost here and you can find all news related to the annual college tournament and even check out the odds to win the 2016 NCAA Championship, with Michigan State as the favorite with +600, followed by Kansas with +700 and the Tar Heels at +800.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) NCAAB Update – Mar. 18th Edition

Just a little over a year ago, the sports world came to a screeching halt. When it was announced that Rudy Gobert tested positive for COVID-19, everything stopped. This included the college basketball conference tournament. A game in the Big East Tournament was even stopped at halftime. Fast forward a year and now we’re on […]

NCAAB Betting: Power Rankings Update Feb. 24th

After a crazy weekend of college basketball action, the new Associated Press Top 25 has been released. While the Power 5 conferences make up a majority of the Top 25, we also have some appearances from some other conferences as well. Let’s break down the Top 25 by conferences, and see how each conference is […]

NCAAB Betting: Power Rankings Update Feb. 17th

With only just a few weeks left in the regular season, things are heating up in the college basketball world. Teams are doing all that they can to make sure that they earn one of the 68 coveted NCAA Tournament spots. Last weekend was the first time that the NCAA Tournament Committee made their season […]

NCAAB Betting: Ohio State at Iowa Analysis

Every game in the Big 10 is a battle. This year, the Big 10 seems to be more balanced than ever. With numerous teams from the conference making at least one appearance in the Top 25, there are no pushovers in the Big 10. This Thursday, two of the top teams in the conference will […]

NCAAB Betting: Players That Surprised With Star Showing

Every year, there are numerous preseason lists of college basketball players who are expected to be the top players in the sport. There are numerous All-American lists, Wooden Award candidates, and other media award lists reserved for players that many predict to be among the top players in Division 1. These preseason lists always undergo […]

NCAAB Betting: Kansas State at Texas Analysis

One of the surprising teams in college basketball resides in Austin, Texas. At the end of last season, many were speculating if Shaka Smart would return. Smart had come into Austin to turn the Texas program around, but after five seasons, two NCAA Tournament bids, and zero NCAA Tournament victories, many were calling for change. […]

NCAAB Betting: Kansas at Oklahoma State Analysis

Last Saturday was a busy day in the college basketball world. Things slowed down a little bit on Sunday, as the NFL Playoffs took center stage. Things will be even slower on Monday night, as a majority of the college basketball world will take the night off for the CFP National Championship game. Come Tuesday, […]

NCAAB Betting: Wichita State at Houston Analysis

This hasn’t been the season that Wichita State had planned on having. Not only have they had to deal with COVID-19 issues, they’ve also had to deal with the resignation of head coach Gregg Marshall due to player abuse allegations prior to the season, the Shockers programs has gone through some change this season. Although […]

NCAAB Betting: Rutgers at Michigan State Analysis

Two of the preseason favorites to be at or near the top of the Big 10 standings will meet up in East Lansing on Tuesday night, as the Rutgers Scarlet Knights will invade the Breslin Center to take on the Michigan State Spartans. Let’s take a close look at how both teams arrive to this […]

NCAAB Betting: Central Arkansas vs. Baylor Analysis

In a game that could be titled the “Battle of the Bears”, Central Arkansas Bears will travel to Waco, Texas to take on the #2 team in the nation in the Baylor Bears on Tuesday night. Central Arkansas has had a rough start to the season, bringing a 1-6 record into this contest. Baylor thus […]