Bet on the 2017 NCAA Men’s College Basketball Championship Online: UNC vs. Gonzaga

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Apr/02/2017

You can bet on the 2017 NCAA Men’s College Basketball Championship online at BetOnline.   LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING will be available on this game right up to the final second of play.

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UNC continued to cling on as the -1.5 favorite heading into Monday morning. 

William Hill's Nevada sportsbook said the Tar Heels were seeing a $50,000 futures bet to win the national championship made on March 24, a time when the Tar Heels were listed at 4-1. The bet would net $200,000.

Spread action on the big game was balanced but the money line bets were seeing 70 percent of the public backing going the Tar Heels way.

Likewise, the OVER was seeing 70 percent of the action.  The total for this game was set at 153.5.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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