NCAA College Basketball PredictionsCollege Basketball Predictions
Finally, the 2013 NCAA college tournament has arrived! Do you need a few NCAA basketball predictions? We have some for you! Not many sports fans can resist the excitement and allure of NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) Basketball. From the opening games of the playoffs to the springtime frenzy of March Madness betting, millions across the country enjoy the excitement. Many get in on the betting action by using NCAA basketball predictions to heighten their chances at winning big. NCAA basketball predictions can give any sports bettor an edge in placing basketball wagers that will pay off. There are probably as many NCAA basketball predictions as there are people taking in the action of the popular betting event that is March Madness.
2013 NCAA Final Four Picks
Louisville Cardinals - Winner of Midwest vs West Bracket
Syracuse Orange - Winner of South vs East Bracket
Syracuse Orange - Final Champion
2013 NCAA Men's Basketball Championship Predictions: Now that we have finally reached the Final Four in this year's tournament, it's time to give our updated 2013 NCAA Men's Basketball Championship predictions. Out of the four remaining teams, only one began the tournament as a top seed, which is the case of the No.1 March Madness team, the Louisville Cardinals.
Looking at the 2013 Final Four matchups, it's easy to see that the Cards certainly have the easiest matchup, as they take on the Wichita State Shockers. It's no coincidence that NCAA betting odds makers agree, listing Rick Pitino's bunch as the clear betting favorites to win the National Title this season. Currently, Louisville leads the pack as a 2/3 favorite, which translates to -150 in American (money-line) odds. The Michigan Wolverines follow suit, tagged with the second best odds to win the 2013 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament at +325.
The Syracuse Orange comes in at No.3 in this category with +400 odds to win it all. And finally, the chances that Wichita State will continue to "Shock" the basketball world is currently at a +1200 longshot. So, which team do I believe has the personnel, momentum and coaching to get the job done? I have to say that there are two teams that fit those criteria, and as a coincidence, it happens to be the two teams sitting atop the list of NCAA Title frontrunners. As good as Michigan has been, I believe that the Orange have everything to reach the Finals against the winner of Wichita State and Louisville. In the end, I have to side with Syracuse over Louisville and I will tell you why. Not only are these teams as evenly matched as any two we've seen in the finals in recent memory, but I believe that the difference will be in attitude. When this tournament started, there was no team with more to prove than Syracuse.
Highly underestimated, seeded only fourth in the East bracket, Jim Boeheim and the Orange have come into the tourney with a chip on their shoulder. Not only that, but the fact that they've beaten Cal, Indiana and Marquette to get to where they are tells me that they believe they're unbeatable right now.
As we very well know, in sports, confidence and momentum are two very powerful things. Thus, I'm gong to have to go with Syracuse to win it all this year, not only because of they are the best team, but also because they have the most attractive ROI (return on investment) out of the four remaining teams. At +400 ML, you would be out of your mind to pass up on an Orange bet!
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2013 NCAA Tournament National Championship Matchup Odds, Betting Lines and Stats!
Every professional and serious sports bettor knows that knowledge is the key to a successful betting strategy. Good NCAA basketball predictions can give you that knowledge and help you make the most of your gambling dollars. When you have NCAA basketball predictions to refer to, you can decide the best way to distribute your gambling bankroll for the season and determine where you are most likely to collect on your bets.
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There are thousands of NCAA basketball predictions out there, so it can be hard to know which ones you should pay attention to. A good rule of thumb is to discover the source of the NCAA basketball predictions you are considering and make sure the information comes from basketball experts or other reliable sources. Sports analysts, commentators and even some coaches all make NCAA basketball predictions regularly every season, and you can use them to win big on college tournaments or even during the celebrated March Madness. Go online and look for forums, web sites, blogs and communities dedicated to college football, and you will find plenty of resources for reliable NCAA basketball predictions. This basketball season, you can really make your gambling dollars count!
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by Bobby Latrel at 1800-sports.com on January 26, 2013
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