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College Basketball Betting: Buckeyes Out For Revenge Against Jayhawks

Written by Matt Stevens   
Thursday, 29 March 2012 05:22

Ohio State vs. Kansas OddsEven NHL fans will be tuned into the Final Four this weekend, and both matchups are rematches from earlier in the season. In the nightcap, Ohio State aims to avenge a road loss at Kansas with a berth in the national-championship game on the line. Join Now to Bet on this Game!

Ohio State vs. Kansas Odds – Saturday, 8:49 PM ET

The Buckeyes took down top-seeded Syracuse 77-70 to win the East region, and you could probably find a number of best betting odds (of which you can find more here) that didn’t have any faith in Ohio State, but this is why they play the games. Jared Sullinger showed why he was due to be a lottery pick last year, and will be again with 19 points and seven rebounds, while Lenzelle Smith Jr. added 18 points for the Buckeyes, who outscored Syracuse by 11 points at the foul line and held a 37-22 edge on the glass. Ohio State has been a team that split the opinions of those who work with price per head sports software, but they’re coming around at the right time and have their eye on a showdown against the Jayhawks.

Last Updated on Monday, 12 October 2015 15:43
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March Madness Betting: Kentucky, Baylor On Course For Elite Eight

Written by Andrew Scofield   
Thursday, 22 March 2012 07:53

March Madness PicksRewind back just a week ago, to just before the March Madness tournament began. All of the sports betting action is about to get underway, and there is so much promise for even the casual observer’s bracket, with the possibility for anything to happen in every bracket. Now fast-forward to the Sweet 16, with Duke, Missouri, and Georgetown all out of the way, and it’s very likely there isn’t a bracket in the country that still has a shot of finishing without at least a couple of blemishes. The Blue Devils losing to Lehigh in the opening round of the South region was one of the perfect examples of how an early upset can open up the bracket for the lower seeds, even if it is the one with the top overall seed.

(1) Kentucky Wildcats vs. (4) Indiana Hoosiers
Friday, 9:45 PM ET

There may not be a way to get an exact number on how many people took the Wildcats to win the national title in their bracket, but the consensus says that its pretty high.

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2012 College Basketball Betting: More March Madness Favorites

Written by Charlie Jimenez   
Friday, 09 March 2012 07:27

March Madness BettingOhio State
Sports betting
experts are hastily scrambling to revise their overviews of Ohio State in advance of the NCAA Tournament. The Buckeyes looked lost and disjointed in previous weeks as they lost at home to Wisconsin and fell two games behind Big Ten leader Michigan State. Ohio State played a tired and stale brand of basketball, bailing out of possessions by shooting long jumpers without even attempting to dump the ball into the low post. Ohio State’s defensive rotations became noticeably sloppy, and coach Thad Matta seemed to have a team that was running out of steam.

Ohio State didn’t seem to have much of a chance this past Sunday at Michigan State, not just because the game was on the road but because the Spartans had so thoroughly flourished in the month of February, earning a share of the Big Ten regular season championship. However, Ohio State drastically reshaped perceptions in an impressive 72-70 win over Michigan State.

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2012 NCAAB Tournament Projections How The Field Looks Today

Written by Matt Stevens   
Tuesday, 06 March 2012 06:48

March Madness Tournament ProjectionsIn exactly a week, March Madness betting enthusiasts from across the globe, will finally have their wish granted, as the NCAA reveals the 68 teams that will battle it out for the National Title in this year’s tournament. With seven days to go, the power six and mid-major conferences, will battle within themselves, to find which teams will receive automatic berths into the college basketball betting playoff tournament, and which will go home wishing they played better. Over the last month, we and many of our colleagues have been breaking down possible brackets that the NCAA may decide upon. Today, we will look at how the field for the top seeds would look if the tournament began right now.

This past weekend offered a shakeup to our top seeds section of our bracket. Recall, last week, we had Syracuse, Kentucky, Duke and Michigan State as our number one seeds. However, after loss’s to Ohio State by Michigan State, and Duke falling to rival UNC, things just got a whole lot more interesting.

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