NCAA Sweet 16 & Elite Eight Odds & Strategies for Continued Profits

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The NCAA Men’s College Basketball Tournament heads into the Sweet 16 on Thursday and Friday. Then on Saturday and Sunday, teams battle in Elite Eight matchups.

By Sunday evening, we’ll know what four teams were lucky enough to make it to this year’s Final Four.

NCAA Sweet 16 Odds and Strategies

Pay per head agents can continue to make March Madness profit. Check out the tools bookies must use to ensure Sweet 16 and Elite Eight profit.

Thursday, March 28

Florida State vs Gonzaga -7.5

FSU looked great dominating Ja Morant and Murray State, but Gonzaga is a much bigger deal. The Zags have their defense going.

They could blow out Florida State, meaning bookie agents might want to allow some dollars on the Seminoles to go undisturbed if FSU’s overplayed.

Purdue vs Tennessee -1.5

Take any moneyline wagers off the board. Or, change Tennessee’s odds to -2. Use the layoff account no matter which team’s overbet.

Texas Tech vs Michigan -1.5

The total is 126. Players are pounding under the total. Pay per head agents should allow some of that action to ride without using their layoff accounts. Texas Tech scored 78 against Buffalo.

Use the layoff account unless you want to change Michigan’s odds to -2.

Oregon vs Virginia -8.5

Most definitely use the layoff account on the Oregon Ducks if they’re overplayed. Also, set max betting limits on the Oregon moneyline.

Friday, March 29

LSU vs Michigan State -6

If Michigan State’s overplayed, use the layoff account. If LSU’s overplayed, consider not using the layoff account. It’s hard to see LSU keeping it close against the Spartans.

Auburn vs North Carolina -5

Use the layoff account no matter which team’s overbet. Set max betting limits on the Auburn moneyline. Also, set it on the North Carolina moneyline if enough action has hit your sportsbook.

Virginia Tech vs Duke -7

Virginia Tech upset Duke straight up in the regular season. You must set max betting limits on the Hokies moneyline. Also, use the layoff account no matter which team’s overplayed.

Houston vs Kentucky -3

This game can go either way. Per head agents must set max betting limits on both teams. They must also use their layoff account no matter which squad’s overbet. 

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