NCAA Tournament College Basketball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Thursday

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We are now into the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Thursday as the play in games on Tuesday and Wednesday will be in the books. That means we have 16 games scheduled in the NCAA Tournament creating a great watch and wagering opportunity.

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Notable Thursday matchups for Thursday include the Cinderella Big West champions Long Beach St 49ers facing the Mountain West Champion New Mexico Lobos. They tip off at 4:10PM Eastern Time on TBS. Long Beach St is a senior laden team who will not be intimidated as they had the toughest schedule in the nation. New Mexico came off an emotional Mountain West conference tournament win last week with impressive wins against UNLV and San Diego St.

TNT TV will televise at 7:20PM Eastern Time an attractive matchup between the Gonzaga Bulldogs from the WCC conference against the West Virginia Mountaineers from the Big East conference. West Virginia will be playing close to home in Pittsburgh which is an easy drive for their fans. Gonzaga is a young team and was soundly beaten by St Mary’s in the WCC conference tournament championship.

The late night games will feature the New Mexico St Aggies the WAC conference champion facing off with the Indiana Hoosiers from the Big Ten conference at 9:45PM Eastern Time over CBS. New Mexico St was very impressive in winning their conference tournament last week. Indiana couldn’t get past the quarterfinals of the Big Ten conference tournament and are banged up.

At 9:57PM Eastern Time it will be the PAC 12 conference tournament champion Colorado Buffaloes facing the Mountain West at large club the UNLV Rebels over TRU TV. Colorado got hot at the best possible time with four wins in four nights in the PAC 12 conference tournament last weekend. They defeated Arizona 53-51 in the championship game as a +3 ½ point underdog. They beat Oregon, California and Arizona in consecutive games. UNLV could not get past the semifinals of the Mountain West conference tourney last week in a tournament that was played at their home court at the Thomas and Mack Center. UNLV has struggled mightily on the defensive end of the court away from home this season.

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