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March Madness Betting Line - Big Ten Top Contenders

March Madness betting line handicappers see plenty of potential power in the Big Ten Conference as there are many potential March Madness bet values on the board.
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March Madness betting line peril is also apparent in the Big Ten Conference Tournament as there could easily be an upset team that emerges with a March Madness bet ticket to the “Big Dance.”

The Big Ten Conference tournament will run March 10-13 from Conseco Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, IN.  Be sure and open your Sports Gambling account for side and total action on this outstanding lineup of teams.

Ohio State will garner a massive amount of attention from the general public with the March Madness odds.  The Buckeyes have been ranked in the top 5 all season and at times were number one in the nation.  Ohio State was 28-2 straight up and was 14-13 against the spread, which actually demonstrates better than expected board value.

Ohio State is one of the best balanced teams in the country as they ranked 20th nationally with 77.4 points per game while ranking 10th in the nation for defense by allowing a phenomenally impressive 59.6 points per game.  Jared Sullinger led Ohio State with 17.1 points per game and was also the leading rebounder with 9.8 boards per game.

Purdue was a strong 25-5 straight up and 18-9 against the spread and was one of the hottest teams down the stretch in the Big Ten regular season as they paid out in 6 of 7 games from February 8 through March 1.  Purdue proved to be one of the best defensive teams in the nation as they allowed only 60.8 points per game.

The Boilermakers were led by JaJuan Johnson who was averaging 20.76 points per game and a team best 8 rebounds per outing to ranks as one of the top basketball betting madness March assets in the league.

Wisconsin is a solid perennial Big Ten contender with a mark of 23-6 straight up and 15-10 against the spread.  The Badgers are one of the best defensive teams in the nation as they allowed just 57.9 points per game.

Jon Leuer led the offense with 19 points per game and was also the team’s leading rebounder with 7.4 per game.  Wisconsin is a solid March Madness betting line value.