Michigan Wolverines versus Syracuse Orange NCAA Final Four College Basketball Betting Preview

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Game two of the NCAA Tournament Final Four will be a Big Ten conference versus Big East conference showdown as the battle tested Michigan Wolverines will face yet another powerhouse program when they take the court to face the Syracuse Orange. The Wolverines and Orange will get things started from the Georgia Dome in Atlanta on Saturday night April 6th at 8:49PM Eastern Time and CBS will provide the national TV broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the Michigan Wolverines favored by -2 points with an over under line of 131 points. A money line wager on the favored Michigan Wolverines will return -140 odds. Bettors who believe that the Syracuse Orange can pull off the upset win on Saturday night can get back +120 odds for their money line wager.

The adjusted odds to win the NCAA Tournament have Michigan at +250 odds the second choice in the wagering with the Syracuse Orange the third choice at +350 odds. Michigan is favored in this Final Four match up over Syracuse based on the quality of teams that the Wolverines have faced in their past three games. Michigan was victorious against the likes of VCU, Kansas and Florida to get into the Final Four while the Syracuse resume included Montana, California, Indiana and Marquette. Syracuse has been tough to score against in this tournament as they allowed just 34 points to Montana and in the Elite Eight victory the Orange limits Marquette to just 39 points. The 2-3 zone has been difficult for the Orange’s opponents in the NCAA Tournament to score upon. They held a high scoring Indiana team to just 50 points all game as they forced 17 Hoosiers turnovers. Michigan faced strong adversity in their 87-85 overtime win against the Kansas Jayhawks in the Sweet Sixteen. The Wolverines had to overcome a fourteen point second half deficit against Kansas to earn the win. Michigan posted an eye opening 79-59 victory in the Elite Eight against the Florida Gators and easily covering a +4 point underdog. Michigan was off to a fast start taking a 17 point lead into the half.

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