College Basketball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Saturday

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The NCAA Tournament moves into the Round of 32. On Saturday March 17th are eight games on the schedule from the NCAA Tournament over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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At 5:15PM Eastern Time on CBS TV from Boise the Kentucky Wildcats will meet Buffalo Bulls. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the Kentucky Wildcats favored by -5 ½ points with the over under line set at 155 ½ points. Buffalo earned the upset of the Thursday games as they defeated the Arizona Wildcats in the first round 89-68. Buffalo and experienced team with starters that can shoot the basketball nailed 54.8% of their shots and connected on 15 of 30 three pointers. Kentucky held off a feisty Davidson team in their first round 78-73 win. Wildcats have peaked toward the end of this season. They enjoyed a 51% shooting game relying on mostly two point shot attempts. They attempted six three pointers and missed them all.

On TBS TV at 7:10PM Eastern Time from Wichita the Kansas Jayhawks will battle Seton Hall Pirates. Kansas is favored by -4 ½ points with the total set at 154 points. Seton Hall is an experience Big East team that got past NC State in the first round 94-83. Pirates shot 48.3% in the win. Kansas started slowly then rallied past Penn 76-60 behind a good defensive effort. Jayhawks were able to hold the Quakers to 39.3% shooting.

The late night game tips at 9:40PM Eastern Time on TBS from Wichita as the Michigan Wolverines face Houston Cougars. Michigan is lined as a -3 point favorite with the total set at 134 points. Wolverines a hot team entering the NCAA Tournament fell behind early against Montana but was able find composure defensively to beat the Grizzlies 61-47. It was a stout defensive effort with the Wolverines holding Montana to 32.1% shooting and only 20% from three. Houston survived a buzzer beating thee point attempt by San Diego St in the closing seconds of their 67-65 victory in the opening round. Both teams shot 37% but the Cougars were aided to victory by poor San Diego St free throw shooting as the Aztecs missed 14 of 35 at the line.

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