Texas vs. Baylor prediction, odds, line: 2022 college basketball picks, Feb. 12 best bets from proven model


The Bears will look to keep the heat on in the Big 12 race when they take on the Longhorns on Saturday. The Bears are 11-2 at home this season and 2-2 against ranked opponents, but they are just one-half game behind the first-place Kansas Jayhawks. The Longhorns, who are riding a two-game winning streak, are 0-7 on the road and 3-4 against ranked opponents. In its last 11 games against Texas, the Bears have gone 10-1 Cryer is questionable for the game.

The game is scheduled to start at noon. Texas is scoring 68.7 points per game, while Baylor is scoring 77.8. The Bears are six-point favorites over the Longhorns in the latest Texas vs. Bears odds. If you want to bet on the college basketball game, be sure to check out the college basketball predictions and betting advice from the SportsLine Projection Model.

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The model just locked in its picks and CBB predictions for Texas vs. Baylor. You can see the picks on SportsLine. The college basketball odds and betting lines are here.

The spread is -12 for Texas vs. Baylor.
Texas is 130 points over the under.
The money line was Texas -260 and Texas +210.
In the last four road games against teams with a home winning percentage greater than.600, the Longhorns have gone over all four times.
The Bears are 12-3-1 against the spread in their last 16 games.

Why can’t they cover?
Freshman guard Kendall Brown is making a big impact, averaging 10 points, 4.9 rebound, 1.9 assists and 1.1 steals per game. He is connecting on his shots from the floor and free throws. Brown has had four dunks in a game this year, and leads the team in dunks with 31. Over the past 10 games, he has registered 24 assists, more than doubling his average over the previous 12 games. In his last six games, he has averaged 9.8 points, 7.2 rebound and 1.7 assists in 30 minutes per game.

The Bears are powered by senior guard Matthew Mayer, who averages 9.3 points, 4.7 rebound, 1.5 steals and 1.2 assists per game. In his last eight games, he has averaged 10 points, 4.3 rebound and 1.8 steals in 22.1 minutes. He has scored in double figures in 10 of 23 games as a starter and 31 of 116 games as a collegian. He scored all nine of his points in the final 3:27 as the Bears won against West Virginia.

Texas can cover.

Timmy Allen is a senior forward for the Longhorns and he scored 24 points in Monday’s win over Kansas. He had one assist and one block in that game. Allen has averaged 11.8 points, 2.1 assists and 1.2 steals per game for the season. He is connecting on his field goals and free throws. He has racked up 1,605 points, 693 rebound and 312 assists in his career so far.

Marcus Carr is a senior guard who shoots 80.8 percent from the free-throw line. He has played in 116 games in his career, including109 starts, with Minnesota, Pittsburgh and Texas. His four-year career totals include 1,626 points, 561 assists and 423 rebound. He has scored double-figures in double-figures 81 times and scored 20 or more times 24 times. Carr scored a season-high 25 points in 36 minutes against Kansas State, going 11 of 12 from the line.

How to pick Texas vs. Baylor.

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The loaded slate of college basketball action on Saturday will start at noon and end at midnight. The race for league titles and NCAA Tournament positioning is heating up.

There are a couple of Big 12 battles. The Longhorns will look to follow their win over the Jayhawks with another victory against a top 10 opponent. The Sooners will be looking for a good week as they travel to face the Jayhawks.

There has been a lot of chaos in the Big 12 this season. There will be upsets and drama across the country. With just four weeks until Selection Sunday, life on the bubble is growing more perilous and the seeding implications of each game seem more real.

Our experts have picks and predictions for the big games.

All times Eastern are provided by the odds provided via Caesars Sportsbook.

Texas and Baylor are ranked 10 and 20 respectively.

Texas has won five of its last six, including a thrilling win over No. 8 Kansas on Monday. Last Saturday, the same Jayhawks crushed the Bears as they were just 5-5 since their 15-0 start. The Bears are getting closer to full health and have home court advantage. The Longhorns had an 18-point edge in points off turnovers against Kansas. If Cryer is available, the Bears should pull away late. Predicting: Texas 63.

Oklahoma is at Kansas.

Oklahoma scored 45 points in the second half against an elite Texas Tech defense in a huge win on Wednesday. The Sooners may not pull off their first victory at Kansas since 1993, but they can certainly make it too close for comfort against a Jayhawks’ squad coming off a loss to Texas. The first meeting between the two teams was won by KU 67-64. The prediction was Kansas 73, Oklahoma 71.
Indiana is at Michigan State.

Both teams have lost two straight and have some major issues to sort through. Indiana coach Mike Woodson suspended five players, including starting players, for the loss at Northwestern on Tuesday. Woodson doesn’t know if the five will resume their roles immediately. Michigan State lost at Rutgers and at home to Wisconsin. If Michigan State lost consecutive home games, it would be a big deal. The Spartans will play with an edge. The prediction is Michigan State 77, Indiana 68.
Florida is at Kentucky.

The Gators are back in the “First Four Out” category after a four-game winning streak. Four of those wins were against teams that were.500 or worse. It’s going to be a big step up to play Kentucky at Rupp Arena. The last two home games were against Mississippi State and Commodores. The Florida team is not likely to be overwhelmed by a UK 3-point barrage. Kentucky is predicted to win by 76 to 72.

Saint Mary’s is at the 2nd ranked school.

The West Coast Conference is said to be better than ever and has more threats to advance in the NCAA Tournament than just Gonzaga. If that’s true, then St. Mary’s needs to prove it here. The Zags have won seven of their eight games by 25 points or more. The other win was over San Francisco. St. Mary’s has a quality big in Matthias Tass who might force Drew Timme and Chet Holmgren to break a sweat, but the Zags should win easily. There is a prediction between St. Mary’s and Gonzaga.

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