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Game 1: Ohio State Buckeyes (+125) at Indiana Hoosiers, 1 p.m. EST
After enduring a brutal five-game losing streak to kick off the remaining Big Ten schedule, Ohio State has bounced back in a major way. The Buckeyes have won 3-of-4, including a road win over Nebraska, and OSU looks like its early-season form once again. On the hand, Indiana has been going through one of the worst stretches in program history, losing 8-of-9 games.
Ohio State has a chance to win its third game in a row when it takes on Romeo Langford and the Indiana Hoosiers in Bloomington this afternoon. https://t.co/EY8fRvFRqf— Eleven Warriors (@11W) February 10, 2019
Game 2: UCF Knights (+120) at Memphis Tigers, 2 p.m. EST
UCF has been quietly stringing together one of the best seasons in recent program history through the first 21 games of the season. Despite coming off a tough loss to a talented No. 12 Houston Cougars squad in its last game, the Knights have won 10 of their last 13 games overall.
SMU finds itself dead center in a rough three-game slide and as losers of five of the Mustangs' last six games heading into Sunday's battle. Look for both of these teams to carry their own respective streaks into this matchup as UCF comes in hot and SMU reeling.
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