NCAA Tournament College Basketball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Sunday

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The Elite Eight round of the NCAA Tournament will end on Sunday March 26th as there are two outstanding games over national television to the satisfaction of college basketball bettors worldwide.

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The action begins at 2:20PM Eastern Time from Madison Square Garden in New York City as the Florida Gators face on the South Carolina Gamecocks on CBS TV. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has Florida Gators favored by -3.5 with over under odds 134.5. Two SEC schools are battling for a Final Four spot. Two meetings between these teams and each team won and covered the point spread in their home game. South Carolina has not shot well against Florida this season. Gamecocks have made only 37 of 107 from the field which is about 34% combined in the two games played. South Carolina has been on a bit of a roll in the NCAA Tournament with 20 point victories to Baylor and Marquette. They beat Duke by seven in the second round. South Carolina has defended extremely well on the season by holding opponents to 39.8% shooting and 29.9% from the three point arc. Florida also prides themselves on the defensive end of the court. Gators hold teams to 40.8% shooting with 30.7% from three. Gators hit a buzzer beating shot to beat Wisconsin in overtime in a Sweet Sixteen game 84-83. Prior to that Florida crushed Virginia 65-39 as a 2 point favorite.

At 5:05PM Eastern Time from Memphis on CBS TV the North Carolina Tar Heels face the Kentucky Wildcats. North Carolina is favored by -2.5 with over under odds lined at 159.5 points. This is a rematch as the teams met in Las Vegas in December with Kentucky winning 103-100 as each team has big shooting games. Kentucky has faced tough competition as they earned a second round victory to Wichita St and a Sweet Sixteen 86-75 victory to a highly touted UCLA Bruins. Wildcats shot 49% in the victory. North Carolina faced Butler in a Sweet Sixteen meeting and came away with a 92-80 victory.

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