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March Madness Odds - Southeast Regional

March Madness odds fans will have a fantastic Sweet Sixteen action that begins on Thursday night with the Southeast regional that will features 2 matchups.
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March Madness odds may favor the Florida Gators to win the Southeast regional but all both games are looking like even March Madness betting matchups.

The Southeast regional will take place in New Orleans and will open with the number two seed Florida Gators taking on the number three seed BYU Cougars at 7:27 PM ET with a telecast on TBS.

That will be followed by the matchup of the 8 seed Butler Bulldogs taking on the 4 seed Wisconsin Badgers with a start time of 9:57 PM ET with the telecast also on TBS. The winner’s will then meet on Saturday for the right to play in next weekend’s Final Four.

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Florida was the regular season champion of the Southeastern Conference and has a record of 28-7 straight up and 16-14-1 against the spread.  Florida has gone over the total in 19 out of 30 lined games this season.  The Gators are coming off a 79-51 win over UC Santa Barbara and followed that up with a 73-65 payout against UCLA.

BYU is something of a surprise team in the Sweet Sixteen as they are coming off a 74-66 win over Wofford that was followed by an 89-67 blowout win over Gonzaga.

BYU was considered damaged goods after losing star player Brandon Davies to suspension for an Honor Code violation but has rallied to the cause without him.  The Cougars could be a March Madness gambling dark horse value.

Wisconsin was the third place team in the Big Ten Conference regular season and has a record of 25-8 straight up and 17-12 against the spread.  The Badgers beat Belmont 72-54 and Kansas State 70-65 in the first two rounds of the Big Dance.

Butler lost the NCAA Championship Game last year to Duke in the final seconds and has a record of 25-9 straight up and 17-13-2 with the March Madness odds.  The Bulldogs beat Old Dominion 60-58 and then upset top seeded Pitt 71-70 to make the Sweet Sixteen.