Every Monday around 1 p.m., I’ll release my Top 10 ATS teams from the past week.
This week’s Top 10 ATS Teams list is now LIVE:
- Alabama State (6-0 ATS): Alabama State leads all programs with a 6-0 ATS record this season, despite a 1-5 record.
- Virginia Tech (5-0 ATS): Here’s the spreads the Virginia Tech covered last week: -20.5, -20.5 and -19. They won all three games by an average of 28.3 points, so pretty easy covers so far by the Hokies.
- Maryland-Eastern Shore (3-0 ATS): Maryland-Eastern Shore had just one game last week as its other one against Hood College was postponed. The Hawks were 13.5-point underdogs to Fordham on Friday and won outright, 75-73. They were +620 on the money line.
- LSU (4-0 ATS): LSU continues to roll along this season. They were 7.5-point favorites against Liberty and won by 16 and followed it up with a 29 point win over McNeese State on Thursday as a 27.5-point favorite.
- Seton Hall (3-0 ATS): Seton Hall only had one game last week, so that hurts them in this week’s rankings. But the Pirates are on the list this week because they are spanking teams on the number. They rank seventh in the nation in covering margin (+17.2) and just beat Michigan 67-65 as a 8-point underdog.
- Santa Clara (4-0 ATS): Santa Clara went 2-0 ATS last week with covers and wins over Nevada and Cal Poly.
- St. Thomas (5-1 ATS): Talk about being hot. St. Thomas failed to cover against Chicago State in its season-opener but the Tommies have rattled off five straight covers including three outright wins as underdogs.
- Cornell (3-0 ATS): Cornell needed to be on the list this week because they were +406 on the money line against Colgate on Tuesday and won 78-68. They’ve been underdogs in all three games this season and have won outright in each.
- Monmouth (4-0 ATS): Monmouth went 2-0 AST last week including a 12 point win over St. Josephs as a PK.
- Coppin State (5-2 ATS): Sports handicappers love Coppin State. The Eagles are one of the worst teams in college basketball but they cover. Last week they covered an 18-point spread, 4.5 and 25.