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Pace’s Top 10 ATS Teams (11/22-11/28)

College basketball betting fans, we’ve made it. There are only 10 undefeated ATS teams left, so it made this week’s list fairly easy to put together. But who comes in at the No. 1-spot?

  1. Alcorn State (6-0): What makes Alcorn State different compared to the other teams on this list is that they are 1-5 straight up this season. Last week, the Braves picked up their first win of the season against Milwaukee and also covered as 15-point underdogs to Southern Illinois. 
  2. Monmouth (6-0): Monmouth meanwhile continues to win games and cover. The Hawks beat Princeton by 12 as a 1-point favorite on Wednesday and beat Cincinnati 61-59 as 11-point underdogs on Saturday. 
  3. Cornell (5-0): Cornell has a big test tonight as 4.5-point underdogs to Canisius but the Big Red covered two games fairly easily last week against Penn State and St. Francis (PA).
  4. New Hampshire (4-0): Can’t fault New Hampshire for not playing as many games compared to the field but two no sweat covers as favorites against Quinnipiac and Holy Cross last week puts them in the Top 4. 
  5. Maryland-Eastern Shore (5-0): The Hawks are doing enough. They’ve been 13.5-point underdogs or higher in all five games this season but last week they continued the streak and covered against Campbell and Liberty. One of these big spreads is going to catch up with them but until that happens, Maryland-Eastern Shore is here to stay. 
  6. South Carolina Upstate (4-0-1): South Carolina Upstate didn’t lose us money last week. The Spartans pushed a 4-point spread against South Carolina State and covered 17.5-points against Furman on Friday. 
  7. Wyoming (4-0): Wyoming had just one game last week and it was right away on Monday. The Cowboys were 2.5-point underdogs and beat Grand Canyon 68-61.
  8. Army (4-0-1): Army was very close to being taken off this list but they beat Marist 65-61 as 3.5-point favorites on Friday. 
  9. Jacksonville (3-0): Jacksonville battled against Minnesota on Wednesday but fell 55-44. Did they cover the 13.5-point spread? You bet your ass they did. 
  10. Wagner (2-0): Wagner has had an odd start to the season. They last played on Nov. 13 but had its next two games postponed. The Seahawks are 2-0 ATS this season and didn’t play last week but they’ll have a chance to make it three covers in a row on Wednesday against Seton Hall. 
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