NCAA Tournament Odds: Wisconsin Badgers vs. Florida Gators

NCAA Tournament Odds: Wisconsin Badgers vs. Florida Gators
Date/Time: Friday, March 24 – 9:59 PM ET
Site: Madison Square Garden – New York
TV Coverage: CBS

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Pointspread: Florida -1.5
Total: 131.5 points

The Wisconsin Badgers were seeded at #8 in the NCAA Tournament, and they were disappointed over that. But once play began, it didn’t really matter all that much. They had to beat whoever was in front of them, and in their last outing they scored a victory over the defending national champions. Now they have another hurdle to jump over, as they face off against the Florida Gators, dominant winners over Virginia in their last game, in a Sweet 16 encounter that will begin at approximately 9:59 PM ET at Madison Square Garden. TBS televises the game, and BetAnySports patrons, who can enjoy great Asian casino action with three no-download options, will also get to participate even after the game tips off, using the state-of-the-art software available from Live Betting Ultra.

NCAA Tournament Odds: Wisconsin Badgers vs. Florida Gators

Wisconsin has played in the Garden this season, beating Rutgers 73-52, but Florida, in its previous MSG appearance, had a tougher time of it, surrendering just under 53% shooting to Duke in a 84-74 defeat. Not that it matters all that much coming into this one. But perhaps we should take note that Wisconsin did not finish with a lot of momentum, and even now they have gone just 6-6 in their last dozen games. But that last victory was a very good one, as they defeated Villanova, who not only one of the national championship last season, but came into this tournament as the top team in the polls and the top seed overall in the Big Dance. The Badgers got a really balanced effort in that one, and the key man was Nigel Hayes, the 6-8 senior forward who scored 19 points. That brought his NCAA Tournament total up to 166, and that is the highest among all active college players. Hayes, who has already been to the Final Four twice, is a “matchup nightmare,” according to Villanova coach Jay Wright.

BetAnySports customers might have been in awe of Florida’s performance last time out, as they held Virginia below 30% shooting and just 39 points, and no team from a “power conference” has scored that little in the NCAA Tournament in the last 17 years. The Gators may have accomplished something noteworthy in their first tournament game, as they defeated East Tennessee State, which was considered a real upset possibility on the part of many of the “experts.”

Neither of these teams shoot the ball tremendously well – neither of them, for example, or even in the top 100 nationwide when it comes to either three-point or two-point marksmanship. And Wisconsin is very poor from the free-throw line, hitting only 64.3% of all attempts. But both of these squads play a lot of defense; in the category of Adjusted Defensive Efficiency, Florida is third in the nation, while Wisconsin is seventh. And the Gators, who were without their starting center coming into the tournament, have made up for in a big way. Head coach Mike White says it’s because they have really bought into the system, and indeed, only one opponent out of the last 15 has shot better than 45% against them.

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