Big Al's Daily Angle: NCAAF, NBA, NHL, NCAAB and CFL Previews and Odds 11/19/2021

by Alec McMordie

The Friday sports card features action in NCAAF, NBA, NHL, NCAAB, and the CFL.

Week 12 in the college football regular season continues with five games between FBS opponents. Louisiana Tech hosts Southern Mississippi on the CBS Sports Network at 8 PM ET as a 15.5-point favorite with a total of 49 (all odds from DraftKings unless indicated otherwise). Washington State plays at home against Arizona as a 15-point favorite with an over/under of 52.5. Air Force visits Nevada on FS1 at 9 PM ET in a pick ‘em match up with a total of 52.5. Houston is at home against Memphis on ESPN2 at 9 PM ET as an 8.5-point favorite with an over/under of 59.5. San Diego State travels to UNLV on the CBS Sports Network at 11:30 PM ET. 

Nine games are on the docket in the National Basketball Association. Two games tip-off at 7:10 PM ET. Charlotte plays at home against Indiana as a 2.5-point favorite with an over/under of 215.5. Golden State plays at Detroit as a 9-point road favorite with a total of 210.5. Two more games start at 7:40 PM ET. Boston is at home against the Los Angeles Lakers on ESPN as a 13-point favorite with an over/under of 209.5. Brooklyn hosts Orlando as a 13-point favorite with a total of 209.5. 

Two more NBA games begin at 8:10 PM ET. Milwaukee is at home against Oklahoma State as a 13-point favorite with an over/under of 215. The Los Angeles Clippers play at New Orleans as a 3-point road favorite with a total of 215. Denver hosts Chicago at 9:10 PM ET as a 4.5-point favorite at BetRivers. Two games conclude the card at 10:10 PM ET. Phoenix is at home against Dallas on ESPN as an 8-point favorite at BetRivers. Sacramento plays at home against Toronto as a 3.5-point favorite with a total of 217.5. 

Two games are on the slate in the National Hockey League at 10:08 PM ET. Winnipeg visits Vancouver as a -120 money line road favorite with an over/under of 5.5. Colorado plays at Seattle as a -155 money-line road favorite with a total of 6. 

Fourteen games are on national television in college basketball. The Myrtle Beach Invitational continues at the HTC Center in Conway, South Carolina, with four second-round games on ESPNU. Boise State plays Temple at noon PM ET. Davidson faces Penn at 2:30 PM ET. Liberty plays Iona at 5 PM ET. Old Dominion faces East Carolina at 7:30 PM ET. 

The Charleston Classic continues with four games on ESPN2. New Mexico State plays Utah State at noon PM ET. St. Bonaventure plays Clemson at 2 PM ET. Oklahoma faces Indiana State at 5 PM ET. Marquette plays West Virginia at 7 PM ET.

The Jersey’s Mike Classic continues on the CBS Sports Network with two games. Massachusetts plays UNC-Greensboro at 3 PM ET. Weber State plays Ball State at 5:30 PM ET.

The Roman Main Event tips off with two games at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Arizona plays Wichita State on ESPNU at 10 PM ET as an 8.5-point favorite with an over/under of 133.5. Michigan plays UNLV on ESPN2 at 12:20 AM ET as a 14-point road favorite with a total of 135.5.

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