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Kentucky Wildcats at Vanderbilt Commodores
The Kentucky Wildcats will hit the road to face off with the Vanderbilt Commodores. The two will face off in an influential SEC conference match in Nashville, Tennessee. The tip is scheduled for 7:00 PM ET. The game will be aired for national audiences on the SEC Network which is a part of the ESPN/ESPN3 umbrella of coverage. In their most recent encounter, the Commodores defeated the Wildcats in Nashville in February of 2016 by a score of 74-62.
Straight Up and Against the Point Spread Records:
Kentucky Wildcats 13-2, 11-4 ATS
Vanderbilt Commodores 8-7 SU, 7-6 ATS
Key Betting Trends:
- Vanderbilt is 6-1 SU in their last 7 home games.
- Kentucky is 1-1 SU on the road this season.
- Vanderbilt won the most recent meeting between the two.
- Underdog is 7-1-1 ATS in the last 9 contests.
Kentucky Wildcats at Vanderbilt Commodores Public Money:
In the early going we have seen a huge lean on Kentucky spotting the points as the road favorite heading in to Vandy, as 91% like the Wildcats. In Over/Under markets the market is sitting at 158 after descending two points from an open of 160.
Kentucky Wildcats at Vanderbilt Commodores Prediction
In their last three outings, Kentucky has been given away huge allotments of points to the competition and they have put the wood to teams like Ole Miss, Texas A&M and most recently Arkansas. However, Vanderbilt owns some intangibles in this affair worth taking in to consideration. The Commodores while they own an 8-7 record this year, are 6-1 on their own court. The Commodores also regale in the fact that they are the owners of the most recent win in this series. Vanderbilt without question recalls this game and uses it as a point of reference and motivation. When there is a strong potential for many to be overlooking them, this allows them to play the role of a sleeper impeccably. In Nashville this year, Vanderbilt has defeated Chattanooga they went muzzle-to-muzzle with Minnesota away from home. Additionally, the Dores played a stronger schedule on paper than Kentucky. With all these variables taken in to consideration, Kentucky is prone for a let-down performance given the public propensity matched with recent results. The Commodores are coming in on a low note as they lost on the road at Bama while Kentucky has smoked everyone they have come across since the Louisville loss. The Commodores can once again come in off the radar while having home court advantage and possibly a mental edge even if they are unranked with a far less impressive record. Vandy owns a stronger defense and are a better free-throw shooting team compared to Big Blue which cultivates the possibility for this squad to be a live dog yet again on their own court again a likely overvalued Kentucky.