College Basketball – Computer Picks
|Last 100||To Win||ATS||Total O/U|
|$ Units (Opening)||$217||-$372||-$877|
|$ Units (Closing)||$98||-$182||-$1045|
|Record (Opening)||40 – 24||30 – 31 – 3||29 – 35|
|Record (Closing)||40 – 24||31 – 30 – 3||27 – 35 – 2|
College Basketball Computer Picks FAQ
How do I use computer picks to bet on March Madness?
If you’re unsure how to bet, you can use the data on our computer picks page to make your wagers. You can see how each team performed against the spread (ATS) and what the predicted score is. You can also check out our March Madness betting tutorial to help you out.
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When is March Madness over?
March Madness starts on March 17, 2020 and ends on April 6, 2020.
What Does This Mean?
The above table displays computer-calculated picks based on the last 100 games of the college basketball season. Slightly confused by the table? No need to worry as our Odds Shark team has configured a few key terms to help you interpret and utilize the computer picks located above.
$ Of Units Opening/Closing
A computer-generated opening and closing line that calculates the last 100 college basketball picks made based on a bettor placing $100 on each game. “To Win” indicates any straight-up or moneyline bet that the player wins. “ATS” is a representation of the record based on wagers placed against the spread. “Total O/U” shows the record for both OVER and UNDER picks.
The first column in the above table is labeled “To Win,” the second “ATS” and the third “Total O/U.” “To Win” represents the record based on straight moneyline bets. “ATS” indicates the record based on wagers placed against the spread. “Total O/U” represents the amount won on OVER or UNDER wagers.
Looking For Expert Picks On March Madness?
Our computer generates expert consensus picks that can help you cover the spread for every game. Review our computer’s predictions and take advantage of free picks before you place any money on the college basketball wagerline.
For instance, let’s pretend that Duke is facing off against Kentucky. Moneyline odds at the sportsook would look something like this:
Our computer is predicting a win for the favorite, in this case Duke. You can also tell who the favorite is based on the minus sign (-). The underdog, Kentucky, is shown by the plus sign (+).
Besides forecasting a winner, you’ll also see the predicted score to help you make your totals bet, the consensus so you can see which side of the matchup the public is heavily betting on, and the ATS potential.