NCAA Tournament College Basketball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Saturday

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The NCAA Tournament moves into the Regional Finals on Saturday March 24th as there are two games scheduled over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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It all gets underway from Atlanta at 6:09PM Eastern Time on TBS TV as the Kansas St Wildcats face Loyola Chicago Ramblers. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the Kansas St Wildcats favored by -1 ½ points with the over under line set at 126 ½ points. Loyola Chicago an 11 seed has worked their way into the Elite Eight of college basketball. They have survived nail biting finishes in all of their three games in this NCAA Tournament. It began with a buzzer beater wining three point shot against Miami 64-62 in the first round. Then came an upset win to the Tennessee Volunteers 63-62. The Ramblers then faced another Cinderella team in the Nevada Wolf Pack in the Sweet Sixteen and came away winning 69-68. Loyola Chicago has shot the ball well in this tourney improving on good results in each game. In their win to Nevada the Ramblers connected on 56%. Kansas St beat a Creighton team from the Big East 69-59 in the nine seed versus eight seed matchup. Wildcats got a break as UMBC knocked off the number one seed in Virginia. Kansas St outscored UMBC 50-43 and took advantage of poor free throw shooting by Kentucky in the Sweet Sixteen win.

At 8:49PM Eastern Time from Los Angeles the Michigan Wolverines battle Florida St Seminoles on TBS TV. Michigan is favored by -4 ½ points with the total coming in at 143 ½ points. Florida St a ninth seed got past Missouri in the first round then upset number one seeded Xavier. Then in the Sweet Sixteen the Seminoles put on a great defensive performance in a 75-60 victory to Gonzaga Bulldogs. Michigan overcame a slow start in their opener against Montana then pulling away 61-47. They needed a buzzer beating three pointer to beat Houston by one. In the Sweet Sixteen the Wolverines broke their shooting slump with a tremendous performance from three as they blew out Texas A&M 99-72.

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