The Final Four from the NCAA Tournament has been set and scheduled over national television are two outstanding games to the satisfaction of college basketball bettors worldwide.
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The Final Four will be played at Reliant Stadium in Houston Texas which is the home of the NFL Texans. At 6PM Eastern Time on TBS the Oklahoma Sooners will meet the Villanova Wildcats. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the Big East entrant Villanova Wildcats favored by -2 points with the total lined at 144 ½ points. In the Pearl Harbor Invitational held on December 7th in Hawaii the Oklahoma Sooners with a second half run defeated the Villanova Wildcats 78-55. The Sooners were up 32-26 at the half and they outscored the Wildcats 46-29 in the second half. Isaiah Cousins had 19 points for the Sooners and dished out 10 assists plus grabbed six rebounds. The Wildcats faced a formidable foe in the Elite 8 as they defeated Kansas 64-59 and covering as a +2 point underdog. Villanova had a good defensive performance forcing 16 Jayhawks turnovers. It also helped the Wildcats as they made 18 of 19 free throws. Oklahoma put on a strong performance in their 80-68 victory to Oregon in the Sweet 16. The Sooners were up 48-30 at the half and made 12 of 24 three pointers.
Game 2 of the Final Four features the North Carolina Tar Heels who will battle the Syracuse Orange at 8:50PM Eastern Time on TBS. In this battle between ACC conference teams the North Carolina Tar Heels are favored by -9 points with the total lined at 144 ½ points. North Carolina won both regular season meetings against the Orange this year. The latest was a 75-70 home victory by the Tar Heels but they failed to cover as a -13 point favorite. The Orange defeated Virginia in the Elite 8 by the score of 68-62 as a +8 point underdog. Syracuse was down 16 points in the second half and closed the game by outscoring Virginia 31-11. North Carolina’s size and length was too much in their Elite 8 victory against Notre Dame 88-74 and covering as a -9 ½ point favorite.