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2017 March Madness Bookie Guide: Gonzaga Bulldogs

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Mar/05/2017

Gonzaga hasn’t just been hot this season, sporting a 30-1 record Straight Up, their record Against The Spread is the best in all of College Basketball at 21-6-1.

Their prospects for the upcoming 2017 March Madness NCAA Men’s Tournament according to Myron Medcalf of ESPN.com:

Forget all the talk about the No. 1 seed (coach Mark Few's squad still deserves one). That's the wrong concern after Gonzaga's home loss to BYU on Saturday (of last week). The Cougars (1.05 points per possession) were more aggressive than they were effective. But the game also represented Gonzaga's first bout of real peril since a late-November, neutral-site win over Iowa State. A great boxer must spar with other contenders to stay fresh. And that's where Gonzaga's conference schedule becomes a problem. The ACC, Big 12, Pac-12 and Big East opponents that Gonzaga might see in the NCAA tournament have staged those battles each night for the past two months. They're in better fighting shape.

Aside from the BYU loss, Gonzaga has only had one failed cover in their last ten games.  Despite Medcalf’s concerns, we here at Gambling911.com believe the Bulldogs fortunes should continue and bookies better be prepared.

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