With this NCAA tournament season having surprisingly few upsets up until today, those placing wagers certainly have a choice to make when putting money down on sportsbook bets. I certainly have been shocked by the relative lack of upsets in the first few rounds of the Conference Championships, and while everyone has been talking about all the underdogs that could prevail�every bet I had placed on an underdog to win went down in flames, with the lone exception coming yesterday with Maryland clutching up in a win over Wake Forest (still surprised about that). So today, I looked to do better with a couple of wagers placed on some great match-ups which will see a handful of teams winning Conference Championships, and securing a high spot going into the NCAA Tournament. Going back to Sportsbook.com (read the review of sportsbook.com), I took out my first wager of the day on the USC vs. Arizona State taking the Sun Devils to cover the points. If ASU beats my Huskies, they dang well better beat the USC Trojans, who admittedly are one of my least favorite teams in all of NCAA sports (sorry Trojan faithful!).
Elsewhere this afternoon, I expect more of the same winning ways from Memphis, who should roll over Tulsa today and thus I’ve taken Memphis with the points spread on a wager placed at Playersonly.com (read the review of sportsbetting.com). The game has just tipped off and I’m fully prepared for another exciting contest between two storied teams with lots of tournament history. Elsewhere, the Duke v. Maryland and UNC v. Florida State games are getting set to tip-off in some great semifinal action, with Maryland possibly being the last chance at a true upset today. I also like Purdue v. Illinois today in Big Ten semifinal action, and Missouri over Baylor without issues.
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