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NCAA Tournament Seed History
by Trevor Whenham - 5/8/2014
From pretty much the first day of the college basketball season fans are focused on one thing above all else — what seed their team is going to get in the NCAA Tournament. The tournament is the best three weeks in sports, and all the speculation that leads up to it about where teams will be seeded and who they will play just adds to the fun. Since seeds matter so much, NCAA Tournament seed history is worth studying for both fans and bettors. Here’s a primer:
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Sports Betting Insights: Betting on NCAA Final Four Futures and Props
by Dave Schwab - 4/2/2014
The Florida Gators started this tournament as not only the No. 1-ranked team in the country but the top overall seed playing out of the South Region. The odds they go and win this tournament have been set at -120. After rolling through the first four rounds with double-digit victories, there is nothing that tells me they will fail to seal the deal with a win over Connecticut on Saturday and a win on Monday night over either Kentucky or Wisconsin. The Wildcats have the next best odds at +280 followed by the Badgers at +400 and the Huskies at +700.
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2014 Final Four Betting Trends for NCAA Tournament Handicapping
by Trevor Whenham - 4/2/2014
As we get ready for the last weekend of what has been a great NCAA Tournament, here are some Final Four betting trends for the four squads to help get you prepared for the upcoming action and to help you have the best chance to make profit before the nets are cut down on Monday:
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2014 Final Four Coaches: Who Will Lead His Team to Championship?
by Trevor Whenham - 4/2/2014
There is one consistent trend among the four teams this year in the Final Four, as there is almost every year at this point in the college basketball season — these are four exceptionally well-coached teams. These 2014 Final Four coaches have very different backgrounds and different levels of experience with the challenge they are facing this year, but they should all have their teams ready to go by Saturday:
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Final Four Bracket Picks for 2014 NCAA Tournament
by Trevor Whenham - 4/1/2014
Well, darn. I had Michigan State beating Michigan in the championship game in all of the brackets I have done up to this point. Needless to say, it is time for me to rethink my NCAA Tournament brackets one last time as we head into the Final Four.
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2014 Final Four Predictions and NCAA Tournament Picks
by Trevor Whenham - 4/1/2014
The Wildcats, who had been an ongoing train wreck all year from beyond the 3-point arc, beat one of the top-shooting teams in the country largely by outdoing them at their own game. Kentucky was a gaudy 7-for-11 from beyond the arc, while Michigan was 7-for-18. It was an impressive effort. Of course, it wasn’t a team-wide phenomenon — James Young went 3-for-4, and Aaron Harrison had the other four threes, including the incredibly impressive winning shot. It is very hard to believe that the team can shoot that well again from deep.
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Elite Eight Bracket Picks for 2014 NCAA Tournament
by Trevor Whenham - 3/29/2014
After the Sweet 16 was set earlier in the week I set out to pick my bracket again from that starting point. It was both a success and a disappointment. The good news is that my final pitting hated rivals from the state of Michigan is still alive, and Florida, another Final Four pick, is still alive. The only Final Four team I missed out on was Baylor, and I saw Baylor-Wisconsin as a coin flip with the winner of that game destined to win the region, so I just shift my focus slightly.
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March Madness Betting: Best and Worst Sweet 16 Wagers
by George Monroy - 3/26/2014
The NCAA Tournament gave fans three rounds of ridiculously-exciting basketball games, close matchups and more upsets than anyone’s bracket was equipped to handle. The short tournament break, however, will allow bettors a chance regroup and start all over after the opening rounds probably threw most people for a loop. With only 16 teams left in the tournament, bettors can focus on finding the best value over the next few days, as opposed to the volume betting opportunities that the first few rounds offered.
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Sports Betting Insights: Betting the Favorites in the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16
by Dave Schwab - 3/26/2014
The betting public, as a whole, generally has the tendency to lean towards the favorite in any sporting event, so this week I dug deep into the stats and betting trends to come up with the top favorite to wager on in each of the four regions in the NCAA Tournament’s Sweet 16.
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Sweet 16 Wagering: Underdog Value on Betting Odds for NCAA Tournament
by Trevor Whenham - 3/26/2014
There are eight Sweet 16 games coming up on Thursday and Friday in the NCAA Tournament. That means that there are quite likely going to be eight underdogs to consider wagering on. Obviously, not all will be attractive, but some sure are. Here are three that really stand out (odds are from Sportsbook.ag).
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