North Carolina Game Tonight: North Carolina vs. Louisville Line, Predictions, Odds & TV Channel for College Basketball Feb. 1 – Keeping It Heel – A North Carolina Tar Heels Fan Site


North Carolina vs. Louisville Odds: Line, Spread, Over/Under

The North Carolina Tar Heels (15-6) are hoping to extend their winning streak to four games as they take on an 11-10 Louisville Cardinals team tonight at 8:00 p.m. EST. WynnBET has the Tar Heels as 3.5 point favorites and -170 on the moneyline (bet $17 to win $10) while the over-under is 145.5.

Where should bettors look for value in this game?

North Carolina vs Louisville Prediction

The Tar Heels have struggled on the road, failing to cover in three straight games, but they’re catching Louisville at the perfect time. Fresh off head coach Chris Mack and now missing their best player in Malik Williams to suspension, the Cardinals are a dumpster fire.

Williams was the team alone player who averages at least 10 points per game, which seems almost impossible, and he also leads the team with 8.7 rebounds per game. No one else even averages 5 rebounds. Louisville enters this game at the KFC Yum! Center as a Kentucky Fried Chicken franchise preparing to hold a chicken-free event. It was already barely fine dining, but now we only have cookies? Yeah, the Cardinals are as good as fried chicken.

North Carolina will be able to count on its 24th-best adjusted offensive efficiency and 16th-highest 3-point shooting percentage to drive Louisville out of the gym. Without Williams to worry about, the Tar Heels’ significant rebounding advantage becomes even greater.

I don’t understand why this line is only 3.5 points away and I love that North Carolina is going. The Cardinals are just 1-7 ATS in their last eight games and now face the turmoil of Mack’s loss and Williams’ suspension.

Take the Tar Heels -3.5 (-110) in this one and feel comfortable wearing it down to -6.

Make your choice now at WynnBET.

What channel is the North Carolina game airing on?

North Carolina vs. Louisville airs on the ACC Network at 8:00 p.m. EST.


Comments are closed.