As always – we had an outstanding first weekend of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. There were spectacular finishes and major upsets, and after a long four days of basketball – we’re down to the final 16 teams.
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Last week I previewed who I thought would win each region (using betting odds provided by BetOnline.ag), and I was pretty much dead wrong. I went 2 out of 4 as the Kentucky Wildcats lost to the 15-seeded St. Peter’s on Thursday, and the Auburn Tigers forgot how to play basketball on Sunday night against the Miami Hurricanes.
We do still have our championship game in tact with Gonzaga and Arizona still alive.
Below I’ve outlined each remaining team’s odds to win the tournament, and each Sweet Sixteen matchup with the spread, point total, and moneyline. Per usual, all of our odds are provided by the online sportsbook BetOnline.ag.
Odds to Win NCAA Tournament
Texas Tech +1200
North Carolina +2500
Iowa State +10000
St. Peter’s +15000
Sweet 16 Matchups and Odds
Arkansas vs. Gonzaga
Spread: Gonzaga -8.5
Moneyline: Gonzaga -415/Arkansas +335
Michigan vs. Villanova
Spread: Villanova -5
Moneyline: Villanova -205/Michigan +175
Texas Tech vs. Duke
Spread: Texas Tech -1
Moneyline: Texas Tech -118/Duke -102
Arizona vs. Houston
Spread: Arizona -2.5
Moneyline: Arizona -145/Houston +125
Providence vs. Kansas
Spread: Kansas -7.5
Moneyline: Kansas -350/Providence +280
North Carolina vs. UCLA
Spread: UCLA -2
Moneyline: UCLA -140/UNC +120
Saint Peter’s vs. Purdue
Spread: Purdue -12.5
Moneyline: Purdue -1100/St. Peters +700
Iowa State vs. Miami
Spread: Miami -2
Moneyline: Miami -130/Iowa State +110
There’s still plenty of great action coming up, so keep it here with me all week on CLNSMedia.com where
I will preview and predict each sweet sixteen game coming up.
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