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NCAAB Matches

Time12Betting

Friday 12th February 2016

04:00TV

Portland U (11)

 In Play

04:00

Oregon State Beavers (1/6)

Stanford Cardinal (17/2)

In Play

04:00

Pepperdine Waves (4/9)

Saint Marys CA (13/8)

In Play

06:00

UC-Irvine Anteaters (2)

Hawaii Warriors (3/7)

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23:00

Princeton Tigers (3/13)

Cornell Big Red (10/3)

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Saturday 13th February 2016

00:00

Brown Bears (23/10)

Harvard Crimson (6/17)

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00:00TV

Dayton Flyers (5/6)

Rhode Island Rams (1)

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00:00

Niagara Purple Eagles (3)

St Peter (5/19)

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00:00TV

Ohio Bobcats (16/11)

Buffalo Bulls (4/7)

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00:00

Pennsylvania Quakers (4)

Columbia (3/16)

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00:00

Yale Bulldogs (3/16)

Dartmouth Big Green (4)

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01:00

USC (13/15)

Arizona State Sun Devils (19/20)

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02:00

Monmouth Hawks (10/21)

Rider Broncs (19/10)

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02:00TV

UCLA (6)

Arizona Wildcats (1/8)

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NCAA Championship Outrights

Winner

Participant nameOddsBookieAll odds

Oklahoma

11

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N C Tar Heels

11

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Kansas Jayhawks

11

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Maryland Terrapins

12

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Villanova Wildcats

16

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News

Cavendish regains Qatar lead

Mark Cavendish moved back into the overall lead of the Tour of Qatar despite finishing only fifth on stage four.

Millar to mentor youngsters

Drug cheat turned fervent anti-doping campaigner David Millar is working with Great Britain's academy riders as a mentor.

Watkins ends Rio hopes

Anna Watkins has conceded defeat in her bid to make Great Britain's Olympic rowing squad for Rio.

Nestle end IAAF sponsorship

The IAAF has suffered a new blow after Nestle announced it has terminated its sponsorship of world athletics' governing body.

Tweddle back on her feet

Beth Tweddle has taken her first steps since undergoing neck surgery following a fall while training for TV reality show The Jump.

Cavendish loses Qatar lead

Mark Cavendish lost the Tour of Qatar lead to Dimension Data team-mate Edvald Boasson Hagen on Wednesday.

Katusha escape suspension

Russian team Katusha have escaped suspension despite having had two riders fail drugs tests within 12 months.