March Madness gambling handicappers will have a total of 8 games on the board to handicap on Sunday with the March Madness odds as 3 top seeds will dominate attention.
The Ohio State Buckeyes are the top seed in both the NCAA Tournament overall and the East regional and should be facing the winner of George Mason vs. Villanova.
Villanova would make for a highly dangerous opponent for Ohio State and a potential sleeper board value to make a NCAA March Madness bet with as the Wildcats are the equivalent of a horse racing beaten favorite that did not live up to very high expectations at the end of the season and could be overlooked for being the talented team that they are.
Duke is the top seed in the West regional and should face the winner of Friday’s matchup of Tennessee and Michigan. Michigan has been peaking at the right time and could make for a tough opponent.
The Kansas Jayhawks will be a popular bet on March Madness choice as the top seed in the Southwest regional and the number 2 overall seed in the Big Dance Kansas should face the winner of Friday’s game between UNLV and Illinois.
UNLV would make for an interesting opponent as their coach Lon Kruger played at Kansas State and coached there as well and has plenty of knowledge about the Big 12 Conference and how to beat KU.
Notre Dame is the 2 seed in the Southwest regional and should see action on Sunday as well as they should go up against the winner of the Texas A&M vs. Florida State matchup. Notre Dame is considered to be a top seed as far as quality and they will garner plenty of attention and action from gamblers in the Big Dance.
North Carolina is the 2 seed in the East regional and should see action on Sunday as well against the winner of the Washington vs. Georgia matchup. Carolina finished the season strong and was a top ACC contender that has peaked at the right time.
The winners of Sunday’s March Madness gambling matchups will move on to the “Sweet Sixteen.”