Free College Basketball Picks For Today 12/15/2020
Minnesota vs. Illinois College Basketball Pick Prediction 12/15/2020
Minnesota at Illinois—College basketball pick is Minnesota Golden Gophers +8. Minnesota off to a 6-0 start behind good defensive play and shooting around the bucket. They take care of the basketball, have good size and make their free throws. Illinois has dropped two of three facing good competition in their scheduling. But they do turn the ball over and struggle to make free throws. Pitino was able to bring in scoring with three transfers during the offseason. Big Ten opener and defenses get tight. Play Minnesota +8.
Loyola Chicago vs. Wisconsin College Basketball Pick Prediction 12/15/2020
Loyola Chicago at Wisconsin—College basketball free pick is Loyola Chicago Ramblers +8.5. Loyola Chicago returns all five starters from last year’s 21 win team. Rambers off to a 3-0 starts as they are converting on 55% from the floor along with 41% from three while holding opponents to 37.9% shooting. They are defending the three point line well. Wisconsin has Louisville up next. Badgers have failed to cover three of four and have a push. In their past two games, Wisconsin shooting only 38.8% and that came against Marquette and Rhode Island. Play Loyola Chicago +8.5.
Furman vs. Alabama College Basketball Pick Prediction 12/15/2020
Furman at Alabama—Free pick is Furman Paladins +6. Furman an experienced team that returns four starters from a 25 win team a year ago. The Paladins have won five of six with their lone loss coming by five to Cincinnati. They are shooting the ball connecting on 50% from the floor and putting up 86 points per game. Paladins holding opponents to 40% shooting along with 24% from beyond the arc. Alabama has dropped two of their five games. They struggled to make shots connecting only 40.1% with 29.1% from beyond the arc. Shooting was their hurdle last season and the roster re-construction over the offseason went towards smaller players. Their step up games the Crimson Tide have losses by 18 to Stanford and eight to Clemson. Play Furman +6.