NCAA Tournament College Basketball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Saturday

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The NCAA Tournament Final Four has been set as there are two games on the schedule for Saturday March 31st to the satisfaction of college basketball bettors worldwide.

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It all gets underway at 6:09PM Eastern Time on TBS TV as the Michigan Wolverines meet Loyola Chicago Ramblers in a game played in San Antonio Texas. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the Michigan Wolverines favored by -5 ½ points with the total set at 129 ½ points. Loyola Chicago is an eleventh seed in the NCAA Tournament and have won all four games in this NCAA Tournament as an underdog. Their first three games of this tournament were won by two points or less. In the Elite Eight the Ramblers got a blowout win against Kansas St 78-62 behind a 57.4% shooting game and 9 of 18 going in from the three point line. Loyola Chicago is a very good passing team that is very accurate from the three point line. This experienced team can spread the floor and is a challenge to defend. Michigan had one close call in their road to the Final Four as they needed a buzzer beater to beat Houston 64-63 in a second round game. Wolverines weakness this season and on the NCAA Tournament has been their free throw shooting.

Game 2 of the Final Four tips at 8:49PM Eastern Time on TBS TV from San Antonio as the Kansas Jayhawks battle Villanova Wildcats. Villanova is favored by -5 with the total lined at 154 ½ points. Villanova has been impressive in the NCAA Tournament with double digit wins in each of their four games. Even their three games in the Big East Tournament were won by double digits. Kansas is a very good shooting team. After a sixteen point win to Penn the Jayhawks beat Seton Hall and Clemson by four points. The biggest test came in the Elite Eight where they defeated Duke 85-81 in overtime. Jayhawks dominated the glass in their win as they were able to pull down 22 more rebounds than the Blue Devils.

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