College Basketball Line Report for Big Monday

The Kansas State Wildcats entered college basketball Saturday with a two-game lead in the loss column of the Big 12 standings. Nothing would be more heartwarming for KSU fans than to win the conference outright and end the Kansas Jayhawks streak of 14 straight Big 12 titles.

The Little Apple squad suffered a pair of losses on Saturday. First they fell 78-64 to Iowa State. Second their best player, forward Dean Wade, exited the game with a foot injury that has hindered him the entire season. Wade’s status for a Big Monday contest at the West Virginia campus in Morgantown versus the Mountaineers is questionable.

The other Big 12 title contenders were all successful on Saturday afternoon and in impressive fashion. Kansas sacked West Virginia by 25 points. And Texas Tech took down Baylor by 25 points. So now the top of the Big 12 standings will look like this heading into Big Monday:

Big 12 Standings
  1. Kansas State (9-3)
  2. Kansas (9-4)
  3. Texas Tech (9-4)
  4. Iowa State (8-4)

Kansas State remains atop the league standings and still control their destiny. However after falling at home to the Cyclones on Saturday a conference title may require that the Wildcats go into “The Phog” in Lawrence, Kansas for an ESPN Big Monday event, Feb. 25th, and steal a victory.

Monday’s short college basketball rotation and the opening lines are outlined below

 

 

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College Basketball Line Report: Wildcats Wade injured

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