NCAA Tournament Final Four College Basketball Sports Betting Match Up Previews

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This Saturday shapes up to one of excitement for bettors as we are now down to the Final Four from college basketball in the NCAA Tournament. The winners of the national semifinal games will hook up for the National Championship game Monday night at 9:20PM Eastern Time over CBS.

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The Final Four location for the two games on Saturday will be the Superdome in New Orleans Louisiana with national television coverage for both games over CBS for your watch and wagering pleasure.

The opening game from the NCAA Tournament Final Four will tip off at 6PM Eastern Time as the Louisville Cardinals from the Big East conference battles the Kentucky Wildcats out of the SEC conference. Kentucky is the -8 ½ point favorite at Oddsmaker with the total coming in at 137 ½ points. The Louisville Cardinals has peaked at the absolute best time with nine straight wins entering play on Saturday. After winning four straight games in the Big East tournament they have strung out four wins thus far in the NCAA Tournament. After beating Michigan St in the Sweet 16 they rallied to beat Florida in the Elite Eight 72-64 getting +1 point. Kentucky has steamrolled opponents in the NCAA Tournament with four wins by 12 points or greater. In the Elite Eight they defeated Baylor 82-70 as a -7 ½ point betting favorite.

Immediately following over CBS at 8:45PM Eastern Time the Ohio St Buckeyes representing the Big Ten conference will go head to head with the Kansas Jayhawks from the Big 12 conference. Ohio St is favored by -2 ½ points right now at Oddsmaker with a total of 137 points. Ohio St was tested in recent games with a 15 point win against Cincinnati in the Sweet Sixteen and in the Elite Eight it was the Buckeyes defeating another Big East team in Syracuse by the score of 77-70 as a -2 ½ point betting favorite. Kansas had the easier road to the Final Four facing softer competition leading up to the Elite Eight contest against North Carolina. Again Kansas benefited from good fortune as they defeated a banged up Tar Heels team playing without their point guard by the score of 80-67.

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