Who will cut the nets? March Madness concludes Monday with Virginia and Texas Tech competing for the title. The Cavaliers are a small favorite, so which side can you bet on? Are there props worth gambling?
Our college basketball experts – Joe Fortenbaugh, Preston Johnson and Jordan Schultz – are there to help, and give their best bets for the NCAA men's tournament championship.
If you are looking for more analysis, check out PickCenter, with projections for every tournament game.
Note: All odds are via Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook from April 7. All times in the east.
BPI rule: Virginia -4.6
Whether you believe that Kyle Guy was polluted or not, everyone remembers that Auburn should have won that competition (while also recalling the happiness Virginia needed to force overtime and defeat Purdue in the Elite Eight). It didn't take long, but the majority have already forgotten that the Cavaliers were 10 points ahead with five minutes to go when Ty Jerome picked up his third mistake. People will not admit that just as easily as Auburn could have won the game, Virginia could have put the Tigers away in the last five minutes for a double-digit win.
The people who put shares in those three minutes – when Jerome committed his third and fourth fouls, head coach Tony Bennett inexplicably transferred him with so little time in a Final Four game and Auburn & # 39; s Bryce Brown made three fast 3 pointers (also recalling Carsen Edwards & # 39; 10 3-pointers in the Purdue game) – such as Texas Tech in the title game.
As good as the Red Raiders have played