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Oregon Ducks Iowa Hawkeyes Betting Trends - NCAA Tournament 2nd Round

Written by:
Tyrone Black
Published on:
Mar/21/2021

The Oregon Ducks advance into the 2nd round following a No Contest as VCU was unable to play due to too many Covid-19 positives.  We have your betting trends on this game below. The Ducks-Hawkeyes game features a line of Iowa -5.5, up from -4Jazz Sports offers a generous welcome bonus on this gamePrivacy matters at Jazz.  They will never report your winnings are request your social security number

Ducks vs. Hawkeyes Preview, Trends

  • Bets on the Oregon-VCU game were being refunded.
  • Oregon head coach Dana Altman congratulated VCU "on an outstanding season" in a statement Saturday. "We hate to see a team's season end this way after all the hard work these student-athletes have put in," Altman said. "This isn't the way we wanted to advance, but we are excited to be moving on and we will start our preparation for Monday's game.
  • The 20-6 Ducks lost their conference tournament to the state rival Oregon Beavers, a team that became one of the year's big Cinderella stories.
  • Ducks are 6-0 Against The Spread in their last 6 NCAA Tournament games as an underdog.
  • Ducks are 13-3 ATS in their last 16 neutral site games.
  • Hawkeyes have a dominant big man in Luka Garza, which makes them one of the best offensive teams in the NCAA.
  • The Hawkeyes rank in the top-five nationally in 3-point percentage courtesy of Joe Wieskamp (48.9%), Jordan Bohannon (39.7%) and CJ Fredrick (50%).
  • Iowa has one of the best 3-point shooting rates in the country.
  • Iowa's defense is considered decent heading into the tournament and much improved over the start of the season.
  • Hawkeyes are 7-1-1 ATS in their last 9 neutral site games as a favorite.
  • Hawkeyes are 2-6-1 ATS in their last 9 games following a ATS loss.
  • Gambling911.com has projected a line of Iowa -6, so we would not anticipate any movement above this number as the trend is currently 4 to 5.5.

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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