- TCU is favored by one point to beat Kansas as both teams are in the top 25 for 2022-23.
- TCU has lost five of their last six games SU but have covered at home in three of their last four.
- Since the 2020 regular season, TCH has gone 2-6 SU against Kansas and has gone 5-3 ATS.
FORT WORTH, Texas – TCU basketball is ranked number 22 in the country and hosts number five Kansas, as the 2023-23 regular season starts to wind down. The Horned Frogs are favored to win this game at home, even though Kansas is ranked higher and has a better record.
- Moneyline: Kansas +105/TCU -125
- Spread: Kansas +105/TCU -125
- Total: Over 151.5 (-110)/Under 151.5 (-110)
Kansas Jayhawks 2022-23 Records
- Straight Up: 22-5
- Against the Spread: 13-14
- Hitting the Over: 13-14
TCU Horned Frogs 2022-23 Records
- Straight Up: 19-8
- Against the Spread: 14-12-1
- Hitting the Over: 15-12
TCU handed the Jayhawks one of their five loss this season already in Kansas by a total of 23 points in late January. The Horned Frogs have also played well at home this season, going 12-3 SU. For legal college basketball betting, TCU was favored to win in 14 of those games played
While it has been rare this season, Kansas has gone 1-2 SU in the three games that they have played on the road as an underdog. On the road in total, the Jayhawks have gone 6-3 during 2022-23.
Betting on TCU to Cover?
As one-point underdogs at legal betting sites, the Jayhawks are a good bet to cover against the Horned Frogs. Even though TCU is favored, they have gone 2-5 ATS in their last seven games. During TCU’S last four home games, they have covered in three.
Since the 2020 season, TCU has gone 2-6 SU against Kansas but has covered the spread in five of those games.
As the spread has shifted to only one point in favor of TCU, bettors that are wagering on the moneyline or the spread might as well double down and bet both or nothing for this Monday night college basketball matchup.
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