NCAA Tournament 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 23rd as there are eight games scheduled over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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A terrific matchup begins at 2:40PM Eastern Time on CBS TV from Jacksonville Florida as the Kentucky Wildcats meet the Wofford Terriers. 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 of 138 ½ points. A key injury for Kentucky as their point guard PJ Washington has been listed as out with a foot injury. Wildcats drew Abilene Christian in their first round game and came away with the 79-44 victory. They had entered the NCAA Tournament off a semifinal loss in the SEC conference tournament to Tennessee by three points. In their win it was Kentucky shooting 53.6% and limiting Abilene Christian to only 32.1% overall and 5 of 23 from three. Kentucky dominated the glass by a 44-17 margin. Wofford blew out Seton Hall in the first round 84-68. The Terriers a terrific shooting team was able to convert 48.1% overall and make 13 of 28 three pointers in the victory.

The late night game tips at 9:40PM Eastern Time on TBS TV with Kansas Jayhawks meeting the Auburn Tigers from Salt Lake City Utah. Auburn is favored by -2 ½ points with the over under line of 147 ½ points. Auburn had their hands full with New Mexico St in their first round game winning 78-77. Tigers allowed the Aggies to creep back into the game as Auburn was making mistakes. They did allow their WAC conference opponent shoot 49%. Auburn had a good performance from the three point line converting on 12 of 31 for 38.7%. Tigers rebounding was poor as the Aggies grabbed 16 more than their SEC conference opponent. Kansas despite missing two key players all season and for the NCAA Tournament was able to blow out Northeastern in the opening round 87-53. Kansas built on a 37-25 first half lead. Jayhawks had a good shooting game hitting on 55.7% while limiting the Huskies to just 28.1% and 6 of 28 from three.

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