Bet on the VTech vs. UVA Game - Bookie Line Analysis

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Feb/10/2018

Gambling911.com bookmaking expert Tony Caliente looks at the Virginia Tech vs. University of Virginia game Saturday, what the line is versus what the line should be.

After No. 1 Villanova lost at home to St. John's on Wednesday, Saturday's game against in-state rival Virginia Tech in Charlottesville, Va., got a bit more interesting for second-ranked Virginia.

The 12-point line is right on the money according to the College Basketball Betting Power Ratings. 

While VTech did beat UVA in one of the last four head-to-heads, the Cavs demolished the Hokies in each of the three victories.

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