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March Madness Odds - East Regional on Friday and Sunday

March Madness odds handicapping excitement is over the top as the East Regional has a phenomenal lineup of teams that includes a potential Cinderella story.
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March Madness odds excitement will be big all weekend as the Sweet Sixteen will become the Elite Eight and then end up with the March Madness betting Final Four on Sunday.

The East Regional will take place in Newark and open on Friday night with the number 2 seed North Carolina Tar Heels taking on the 11 seed Marquette Golden Eagles at 7:15 PM ET with a telecast on CBS.

That will be followed by the top seed Ohio State Buckeyes taking on the 4 seed Kentucky Wildcats at 9:45 PM ET which will also be telecast on CBS.  The winners of these games will meet on Sunday to play for the Final Four.

Sports Gambling will have side and total odds on both of these outstanding bet March Madness matchups so be sure and open your account and have it ready for action today!

North Carolina was the regular season champion of the Atlantic Coast Conference and has a record of 28-7 straight up and 15-16-1 against the spread.  The Tar Heels did not cover the spread in their two opening round wins of the Big Dance as they beat LIU 102-87 and followed that up with a highly controversial 86-83 win over Washington.

Marquette is looking like a potentially good fit for Cinderella slippers as they beat Xavier 66-55 in the first round of the Big Dance and then followed that up with a highly impressive 66-62 win over Big East rival Syracuse.

The Golden Eagles were the 11th and last team picked for the NCAA Tournament out of the Big East and now have a March Madness gambling record of 22-14 straight up and 18-12 against the spread.

Kentucky is considered one of the most dangerous teams in the field.  The Wildcats escaped the first round with a 59-57 win over Princeton and followed that up with a 71-63 win over West Virginia.  Kentucky is 27-8 straight up and 14-15-1 against the spread.

Ohio State has a record of 34-2 straight up and 18-15 against the spread.  The Buckeyes are the top seed for the Big Dance and paid out with the March Madness odds in a 75-46 win over Texas San Antonio and followed that up with a 98-66 win over George Mason.