March Madness betting fans will continue to enjoy the excitement of the 4 additional games with the March Madness betting line as this new format is drawing rave reviews.
TruTV will broadcast a Wednesday doubleheader of Alabama State vs. Texas San Antonio at 6:35 PM ET followed by Virginia Commonwealth vs. USC at 9:05 PM ET.
Sports Gambling opened with Texas San Antonio as a 4.5 point favorite over Alabama State and with USC as a 4.5 point favorite over Virginia Commonwealth.
The Texas San Antonio Roadrunners were the champions of the Southland Conference Tournament and enter March Madness bet action with an overall record of 19-13 straight up and 1-1 against the spread as they are a team that is rarely on the board.
Alabama State was the champion of the Southwest Athletic Conference tournament and is also a team that is rarely on the Sports-Gambling board. The Hornets finished with a record of 17-17 straight up and 4-1 against the spread.
Southern California has shown marked improvement under second year coach Kevin O’Neal as they are trying to rebuild after being slapped with NCAA probation for the OJ Mayo fiasco a few seasons ago. USC enters bet March Madness action with a record of 19-14 straight up and 15-13-4 against the spread.
The Trojans are coming off a 67-62 loss to Arizona as 1 point favorites in the Pac 10 Tournament. O’Neal missed that game due to a bar room altercation with an Arizona fan the night before which got him a suspension from USC athletic director Pat Haden but he will be back in good standing for this game.
USC is a very good defensive team that allowed just 62.8 points per game. Nikola Vucevic is an outstanding talent to watch on USC as he led the Men of Troy with 17.3 points and 10.2 rebounds per game.
Virginia Commonwealth had a record of 23-11 straight up and just 13-20 against the spread. The enter March Madness betting action as the runner up in the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament after losing that league’s championship game to Old Dominion 70-65 as 4.5 point dogs.
VCU was a controversial selection for the Big Dance as many experts believed Virginia Tech was more deserving.