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BetMGM Massachusetts March Madness Best Bet
TCU -2 vs. Kansas State
Perhaps my favorite play on the board for Thursday’s slate of college basketball games is the TCU Horned Frogs -2 against the Kansas State Wildcats. The Horned Frogs have had a turbulent season with injuries and the new off-court issues surrounding big man Eddie Lampkin certainly are far from ideal. Still, I like backing TCU here given how well they match up with this Kansas State team.
The Horned Frogs thrive in the open floor as they rank 24th in turnovers forced as well as transition efficiency per ShotQuality. Meanwhile, the Wildcats rank 286th in turnover rate on offense and turned the ball over 35 times across these teams’ two regular season matchups. If you let these athletic Horned Frog guards get out in transition, forget about it – you’ll get burned.
Kansas State also can’t rely on its elite home court edge here. Nicknamed the Octagon of Doom, Bramlage Coliseum was a fortress for the Wildcats this season. Kansas State ranks 354th in Haslametrics’ away-from-home metric and have struggled on both ends of the floor when they haven’t been in the comfort of their own stadium.
Both of these teams are battle tested, but now that Mike Miles Jr. and most of the TCU lineup is healthy, I believe they are the better team. I’m taking TCU -2 and would play them up to -3 on Thursday night. Check out the site for more college basketball content during this exciting champ week.