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Bet March Madness - Villanova Primed for Success

Bet March Madness handicappers will give a good hard look at the Villanova Wildcats for the 2010 March Madness gambling tournament.

Bet March Madness fans will have a veteran and seasoned March Madness gambling commodity with Villanova that is well coached and one of the top teams in the nation.  Villanova had a record of 23-4 straight up and 17-7 against the spread as they hit the regular season home stretch towards bet March Madness action.

The Wildcats have one of the most potent offenses in the entire March Madness gambling field as they ranked second in the entire nation for scoring.  Their defense, however, may be a liability with the March Madness odds as it ranked in the bottom third of the country.

The Big East is considered by many to be the top conference in bet March Madness action and Villanova was one of its leading contenders.  The Wildcats did raise cause for concern with many that will bet March Madness games; however, as from February 6 through February 21 they went 2-3 straight up and 1-4 against the spread.

The tail end of that bet March Madness streak featured back-to-back losses to Connecticut at home and then at Pittsburgh.  Despite that bet March Madness blip the Wildcats remained focused and took out all of their frustrations in a 74-49 blowout win over South Florida as 13-point home favorites to get back on track.

Scottie Reynolds, who is expected to be a bet March Madness key for Villanova, had the big night with 21 points in his final on campus game for his career.  Reynolds felt as if the win over South Florida re-established Villanova as a true bet March Madness favorite that could go all the way.

“We just saw the intensity, we saw how together that team was,” said Reynolds.  “We’re trying to duplicate that energy, that pride. We’re not going to be the same team, but we have the same intensity, that same pride.”

Reynolds called a team meeting prior to the win over South Florida to set the team straight.  “I told them it needed to be done,” said head coach Jay Wright.  “I told them we’ve talked enough.  They’ve been doing it all year, so it’s not been anything different.”