Tennessee vs Colorado Prediction, Odds, Line: College Basketball Tips 2022, Betting for Nov 13th Using Proven Model

The 11th-ranked Tennessee Volunteers look to continue their dominance over current Pac-12 opponents when they take on the Colorado Buffaloes in an off-conference showdown at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee. The Volunteers (1-0) are all 22-12 time against Pac-12 enemies while head coach Rick Barnes is 34-23 against the Pac-12s. During the Barnes era, Tennessee is 4-2 against Pac-12 teams, including 3-0 against Colorado. The Buffaloes (1-1) are 70-118 against current SEC schools.

Tipoff is set for 2pm ET. Tennessee leads the all-time streak that began in 1980 4-0. The Volunteers are 16-point favorites in the latest Colorado vs. Tennessee odds from Caesars Sportsbook, while the over/under for total points scored is set at 137.5. Before making your choice between Tennessee vs. Colorado, be sure to check out the college basketball predictions and betting advice from SportsLine’s trusted computer model.

The SportsLine projection model simulates each Division I college basketball game 10,000 times. Over the past six years, the proprietary computer model has generated an impressive $1,200+ win for $100 players with its top-flight college basketball picks against the spread.

Now the model has set its sights on Tennessee vs. Colorado and just laid out its picks and CBB predictions. You can visit SportsLine now to see the selection. Here are the college basketball odds and betting lines for Colorado vs. Tennessee:

  • Spread between Colorado and Tennessee: Tennessee -16
  • Colorado vs. Tennessee Over/Under: 137.5 points
  • COL: The over is 6-0 in the Buffaloes’ last six games overall
  • TEN: The Volunteers are 4-0 against Spread in their last four Sunday games
  • Colorado vs. Tennessee tips: See tips at SportsLine

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Why Tennessee can cover

The Volunteers have five players averaging eight points or more, including senior guard Santiago Vescovi, who averaged 13.3 points per game last season, with 40.3% from 3-point range. He scored nine points, shared five assists and had three steals in 30 minutes in the season opener. He is a preseason All-SEC selection and has 194 3-pointers in 82 career games (2.37 per game). He’s just 87 points short of reaching 1,000 points in his career.

Senior guard Josiah-Jordan James scored eight points, threw four rebounds and threw an assist against Tennessee Tech and has almost returned to full strength after offseason knee surgery. He was an All-SEC pick last season and led the Volunteers in rebounding last season with a 6.0 average per game. He averaged 14 points, 6.3 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 1.3 blocks per game while shooting 9 of 17 (.529) from 3-point range to propel UT to last year’s SEC tournament title and to form the All-Tournament Team.

Why Colorado can cover

The Buffaloes have three players scoring in double digits, led by sophomore guard KJ Simpson. Simpson connects on 40% of his 3-point attempts, averaging 15 points, 3.5 assists, three rebounds and two steals per game. In the opening game win against UC Riverside, Simpson had 50% of his field goals and 3-pointers and finished with 14 points, three rebounds and three assists. Last season, he averaged 7.4 points, 2.7 assists and 2.5 rebounds in 32 games, including one start.

Junior J’Vonne Hadley leads the Buffaloes with 8.0 points per game and is second with 14 points per game. He hits the ground for 50% of his shots. Hadley led Colorado in the opener with 16 points and eight rebounds. He was a 2021-2022 NJCAA Division I First Team All-American with an average of 10.9 points and the team’s best 6.2 rebounds for Indian Hills Community College. He was the Iowa Community College Athletic Conference Player of the Year.

How to make Colorado vs. Tennessee picks

SportsLine’s model tilts across the total, projecting 139 combined points. The model also says that one side of the variance is true in well over 70% of the simulations. You can see the selection here.

So who will win Tennessee vs. Colorado? And which side of the spread applies in well over 70% of the simulations? Visit SportsLine now to find out which side of the spread to jump on, all from the model who crushed his college basketball picks and find out.

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