March Madness gambling handicappers still have three of the top four seeds to choose from with the March Madness odds and a red hot 2-seed with West Virginia. 1-Kentucky will take on the ultimate March Madness gambling Cinderella team in Cornell of the Ivy League.
Kentucky has covered the March Madness betting line in 3 out of their last 4 games while Cornell has gotten the cash in 4 consecutive games and is a lethal 6-1 against the spread as a dog this year. 2-seed West Virginia will be matched up with the upstart and 11-seed Washington Huskies.
West Virginia covered both of their March Madness gambling matchups last weekend and is riding a wave of momentum as Big East Tournament champs. Lightly regarded Washington is one of the hottest teams on the March Madness gambling board with 8 payouts in their last 9 games.
Top seed Duke will take on 4-seed Purdue. Duke won and covered both of their March Madness gambling matchups last week as did Purdue, who is a dangerous 3-0 against the spread this year as a dog but without their top player, forward Robbie Hummel, who is out with a knee injury.
3-seed Baylor will take on another March Madness gambling Cinderella candidate in 10-seed St.Mary’s. St.Mary’s has the hot hand as well with 6 payouts in their last 7 games and is a dangerous 5-2 against the spread as a dog. Baylor has gotten the money in 5 out of their last 7 games.
Syracuse is the other 1-seed and will take on 5-seed Butler. Syracuse has covered 6 out of their last 8 games including both in the tournament while Butler split against the line in their first two dances. 6-seed Xavier and 2-seed Kansas State will hook up in a most attractive matchup.
Xavier has gotten the money in 4 out of their last 5 games while K-State has covered 7 out of their last 10 including both of their dances. The Midwest regional is where the real action is with a wild ride so far as 9-seed Northern Iowa continues its quest for the glass slipper after beating top seeded Kansas.
The Panthers will take on 5-seed Michigan State, last year’s runner up. 6-seed Tennessee will matchup with 2-seed Ohio State, who is just 2 years removed from a runner up run of their own.