NCAA Tournament College Basketball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Sunday

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The Elite Eight Round of the NCAA Tournament will conclude on Sunday March 25th with two outstanding games scheduled over national television to the delight of sports bettors worldwide.

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It all gets underway at 2:20PM Eastern Time from Boston on CBS TV as the Villanova Wildcats meet Texas Tech Red Raiders. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the Villanova Wildcats favored by -6 ½ points with the over under line set at 144 ½ points. Villanova has been outstanding in this NCAA Tournament by picking up victories by double digits in each game. Even in the Big East Tournament all three of their wins came by ten points or greater. In the Final Providence did force the overtime period by it was the Wildcats outscoring the Friars by 10 points in that five minute stanza. Villanova disposed of West Virginia in the Sweet Sixteen 90-78. With eleven minutes remaining the Wildcats were down six points then went on a massive run to outscore the Mountaineers by 18 points to win going away. Wildcats handled the pressure of the West Virginia defense well as they connected on 50% from the field. Texas Tech caught a break facing Purdue in the Sweet Sixteen with their Boilermakers big man Isaac Haas out with a broken elbow. Red Raiders were able to win the rebounding battle and get inside for easy looks at the basket for the win. The three point shot wasn’t falling for Texas Tech so the did their damage on the soft inside of the Boilermakers.

At 5:05PM Eastern Time from Omaha the Kansas Jayhawks battle the Duke Blue Devils on CBS TV. Duke is favored by -3 points with the total lined at 155 points. Finally, a number one seed takes on a number two seed in the Elite Eight. Kansas has made their three point shots thus far in this tournament. Four point wins to Clemson and Seton Hall were not as close as the final score indicates for Kansas with late scoring by each team. Duke pulled away in the final ten minutes in a defensive affair with Syracuse to come away with the 69-65 victory in the Sweet Sixteen. Prior to that came wins to mid-major schools in Rhode Island and Iona by 22 points to the Rams and 25 points to the Gaels.

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