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Feb. 10 College Basketball odds, preview and predictions: Kansas vs. Baylor best bets & more

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Saturday’s college basketball schedule features six Top 25 teams, including a Big 12 matchup between No. 4 Kansas and No. 13 Baylor.

Feb. 10 College Basketball odds, picks and best bets: Kansas vs. Baylor picks & more for Saturday

Below are Feb. 10 college basketball odds, previews and picks for all five of the above matchups:

Florida vs. No. 12 Auburn odds, preview and pick: Auburn -2 (-110 or better)

Auburn forward Johni Broome averages 16.0 points, 8.7 rebounds and 2.3 blocks (18th in the country), and shoots 55% from the field. The Tigers are coming off a decisive rivalry win over Alabama on Wednesday.

Florida hasn’t played in seven days, so will the Gators come out rusty or well rested?

Auburn is 19-4, 8-2 SEC, 15-8 against the spread. Florida is 15-7, 5-4 SEC and 10-11-1 ATS.

Miami vs. No. 3 North Carolina odds, preview and pick: North Carolina -4 (-110 or better)

The third-ranked Tar Heels are on a roller coaster — loss at sub-500 Georgia Tech, impressive home win over Duke and home loss to Clemson, which was 4-6 in the conference.

North Carolina has potent scorers in RJ Davis (21.3 points), Armando Bacot (14.3 points) and Harrison Ingram (12.5), who lit up Duke last Saturday for 21 points.

Miami, a Final Four team last season, is coming off a 60-38 loss at Virginia. Miami’s 38 points were the fewest since reinstating basketball in 1985. Miami shot 14-of-49 (28.6 percent).

Miami is 15-8, 6-6 ACC, 13-9-1 ATS. North Carolina is 18-5, 10-2 ACC, 14-9 ATS.

No. 4 Kansas vs. No. 13 Baylor odds, preview and pick: Kansas -6.5 (-110 or better)

Baylor is 16-3 when scoring more than 67.8 points. The Bears average 83.1 points. Kansas allows 68.4 points and averages 78.5.

Michigan transfer center Hunter Dickinson is Kansas’ leading rebounder (11.1) and also averages 18.9 points (58.4% shooting).

Baylor has five players averaging double figures, led by Ja’Kobe Walter at 14.2 points.

Kansas is 18-5, 6-4 Big 12, 10-13 ATS. Baylor is 17-5, 6-3 Big 12, 13-8-1 ATS.

Check out 2024 College Basketball odds for all of today’s games

No. 2 Purdue vs. Indiana odds, preview and pick: Indiana +17.5 (-102 or better)

Purdue has won 14 of 15 games. The Boilermakers are 21-2, 11-0 Big Ten, 14-8-1 ATS. Indiana is 14-9, 6-6 Big Ten, 11-11-1 ATS.

Purdue center Zach Edey scored 33 in the first meeting, won by the visiting Boilermakers, 87-66, in January. Edey averages 23.1 points.

The Hoosiers have won two of three games, including a 76-73 win at Ohio State on Tuesday, where they overcame an 18-point second-half deficit.

Colorado vs. No. 8 Arizona odds, preview and pick: Arizona +1.5 (-115 or better)

Interesting matchup, with Colorado 13-0 at home and Arizona only 4-3 on the road and coming off a triple-overtime win at Utah on Thursday. In the first meeting in Tucson in January, Arizona crushed the Buffaloes, 97-50. Colorado has won five straight over Arizona in Boulder.

For Colorado, on the NCAA Tournament bubble according to ESPN, this is a chance to make a statement.

Arizona is 18-5, 9-3 Pac-12, 15-8 ATS. Colorado is 16-7, 7-5 Pac-12, 12-11 ATS.

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Chuck Bausman is a sports betting writer at Gaming Today. Bausman has worked 30+ years in journalism and is a former executive sports editor of the Philadelphia Daily News and managing editor of Philly Hockey Now. He is a journalism professor at Rider University.