NCAAB Betting Articles

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Matt Vernazza -

ANAHEIM, Calif-The Honda Center will be rocking as Uconn does battle with San Diego State in a sweet sixteen match-up between two teams that were seriously underestimated at the start of the season. 

 
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Odds Shark -

Bettors are faced with a lot of moving parts for Thursday night’s Sweet 16 matchup between West Region No. 1 seed Duke (32-4 SU, 20-15 ATS) and No. 5 Arizona (29-7 SU, 18-15-1 ATS) at the Honda Center in Anaheim (9:45 PM ET, CBS).

 
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Joe Freda -

Friday’s Southwest bracket semifinal duels at San Antonio’s Alamodome assure at least one low-seeded squad to reach the Elite Eight.  

 
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Regional Semi Final Trends

03/23/2011 12:00 AM
Odds Shark -

Just like last year, a No. 10, a No. 11, and a No. 12 seed have made it to the NCAA Tournament’s Sweet 16. For their backers' sake they had all better put up a more profitable showing than did their counterparts in 2010.

 
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Steven Suarez -

Duke faces another big challenge en-route to its second straight national championship with Derrick Williams and the Wildcats standing in the way. 

 
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Bob Harvey -

The Sweet 16 gets underway officially at 7:15 PM ET on Thursday when No. 2 San Diego St. meets No. 3 Connecticut. 

 
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statfox.com - The NCAA tournament moves into its second week and from 68 we now have 16 and the newly titled Regional Semi-finals. However you cut it the NCAA basketball betting trends tell their own story.
 
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LT Profits Sports Group - Ohio State may have the best team in the country, but the Big 12 has two teams with a chance to win it all in the Kansas Jayhawks and the Texas Longhorns, giving that conference the better value.
 
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John Ryan -

The United Center, Chicago, Illinois will play host to the number seven seed Texas A&M as they try to get past the number ten seed Florida State in the Southwest region.

 
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Joe Freda -

The No. 2 San Diego State Aztecs and No. 15 Northern Colorado Bears rolled through their respective conference tourneys, becoming champs of the Mountain West and Big Sky, respectively.