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March Madness Odds - Southwest Regional

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March Madness odds handicappers will have a phenomenal list of teams in the Southwest regional that will make for 2 outstanding March Madness betting matchups to evaluate.

The Southwest Regional will take place in San Antonio and open on Friday night as the number one seed Kansas Jayhawks will take on the number 12 seed Richmond Spiders at 7:27 PM ET with a telecast on TBS.

That will be followed by the matchup of 11 seed Virginia Commonwealth against the #10 seed Florida State Seminoles at 9:57 PM ET with a telecast also on TBS.  The winners of these games on Friday will meet in the Elite Eight round on Sunday with the winner of that game making the Final Four in Houston on April 2.

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Kansas has been showing the form of the champions that they were in the Big 12 Conference for both the regular season and post season tournament.  The Jayhawks are now 34-2 straight up and 17-16-1 against the spread.  Kansas beat Boston University in the opening round 72-53 and then crushed Illinois 73-59 on Sunday to make the Sweet Sixteen.

Richmond is a potential March Madness gambling Cinderella team as they have a record of 21-12 after finishing in 3rd place in the Atlantic 10 Conference.  The Spiders are coming off a 69-66 win over Vanderbilt in the opening round and that was followed by a 65-48 blowout win over Morehead State.

Florida State finished 3rd in the Atlantic Coast Conference regular season standings and has a record of 23-10 straight up and 16-10-2 against the spread.  The Seminoles beat the March Madness odds in both of their opening round games with a 57-50 win over Texas A&M followed by a 71-57 victory over Notre Dame.

Virginia Commonwealth beat USC in the “First Four” 59-46 and went on to beat Georgetown 74-56, and then Purdue 94-76, to now stand at 26-11 straight up and 16-20 against the spread.