Bet March Madness action for this week will include the Big Sky Conference tournament that will run from March 5-9 as March Madness gambling opportunity will abound.
The Big Sky Conference has a unique format in which the tournament will open at the home courts of the 3 and 4 seeds before the semifinals and finals taking place on the home court of the regular season champion. Only the top 6 teams will qualify for the Big Sky Conference Tournament.
Montana is likely to open as a heavy favorite to win the Big Sky Conference tournament as they have dominated the regular season standings and were 12-3 straight up in league play.
Montana is one of the better regarded teams in the Big Sky Conference in fact and that has served to harm their overall board value as they attract a lot of action from gamblers as the most respected team in the league. Montana was just 12-14 against the spread despite having an overall straight up record of 20-8.
Another team that will attract plenty of attention with the March Madness odds is Northern Colorado. Northern Colorado was 16-10 straight up including 10-3 in Big Sky Conference action and was 11-11-1 against the spread.
Weber State is one of the better known teams from the Big Sky Conference as far as handicappers taking part in basketball betting Madness March as they went 16-10 straight up including 10-4 in Big Sky action while going a most impressive 15-8 against the spread to rank as one of the better values on the board this season for any conference.
Northern Arizona is the one other solid team from the Big Sky Conference as they had a regular season record of 17-10 straight up including 8-6 in conference play while going 13-8 against the spread to also rate as an outstanding board value.
Although not a good team Montana State is almost certain to make the Big Sky Conference tournament field with a mark of 12-16 straight up including 6-8 in conference play while going 10-13-2 against the spread.
The rest of the bet March Madness field for the 6th spot is wide open with Eastern Washington, Portland State, Idaho State and Sacramento State.