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12 p.m. ET: Houston at Memphis

This AAC heavyweight clash marks the regular season finale for both teams. Houston (26-4 SU, 19-11 ATS) is ranked 14th, has won six straight and just crushed Temple 84-46, easily covering as 16.5-point home favorites. Meanwhile, Memphis (18-9 SU, 12-14-1 ATS) is unranked, has won three straight and just beat South Florida 73-64 but failed to cover as 13-point road favorites. This line opened with Houston listed as a short 2-point road favorite. Respected money has laid the points with Houston, driving the Cougars up from -2 to -2.5 at several shops. Ken Pom has Houston winning by four points (73-69). He has Houston ranked 5th and Memphis 36th. This is a revenge game for Houston, who lost to Memphis 69-59 back on February 12th. Sharps have also leaned on the under here, dropping the total from 140 to 139. 


12:30 p.m. ET: Michigan at Ohio State

These Big Ten rivals are trending in opposite directions down the stretch. Michigan (16-13 SU, 12-17 ATS) is unranked, has gone 2-3 over their last five games and just fell to Iowa 82-71, losing outright as 2-point home favorites. On the other hand, Ohio State (19-9 SU, 15-13 ATS) is ranked 23rd, has gone 3-2 over their last five and just beat Michigan State 80-69, covering as 5-point home favorites. This line opened with Ohio State listed as a 4-point home favorite. We've seen the Buckeyes -4 get juiced up to -115 or -120, signaling liability on Ohio State with a possible move from -4 to -4.5. Ken Pom has Ohio State winning by four points (75-71). Ohio State is 13-2 at home this season. Michigan is just 4-7 on the road. Ohio State beat Michigan 68-57 on February 12th. 


2:30 p.m. ET: Delaware vs Drexel

This is the Quarterfinals of the CAA Conference Tournament. Delaware (19-11 SU, 12-17 ATS) is the 5-seed and has lost three straight games, most recently falling to Towson 69-57. On the other hand, Drexel (15-13 SU, 16-11 ATS) is the 4-seed and has won three of their last four games, including a 80-79 win over Charleston their last time out. This game opened at a true pick'em on a neutral court. Sharps seem to be leaning Drexel as several shops have moved from a pick'em to Drexel -1. Ken Pom has Drexel winning by one point (74-73). He has Drexel ranked 148th and Delaware 165th. Drexel beat Delaware 76-68 on February 3rd. Pros have also targeted this under, dropping the total from 143.5 to 142.5. 

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