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Florida State vs. Michigan Betting Line - Elite Eight 2018

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Mar/24/2018

The FSU vs. Michigan game line for the 2018 Elite Eight had the Wolverines as a -4 favorite.

Michigan advanced to the Elite 8 for the 3rd time in their last 5 NCAA Tourney appearances. 

The Wolverines will be taking a 12-game winning streak into the West Regional final Saturday, their longest since they went 16-0 to open the 2013 season.  That was also the last time they reached the Final Four.

The Seminoles (23-11), meanwhile, have received 118 points, 59 rebounds and 22 assists from their reserves while getting past Missouri, No. 1 seed Xavier and No. 4 seed Gonzaga.

Florida State looked especially vulnerable entering the Big Dance this year, having had lost three of four and five of eight before its NCAA Tournament run with efforts from senior starters Phil Cofer and Braian Angola, junior starter Terance Mann and bench contributors such as junior P.J. Savoy, sophomore Trent Forrest along with redshirt freshman Mfiondu Kabengele.

“We win games by committee,” Seminoles coach Leonard Hamilton said. “We might have five guys to start, but they may not be the same five that finish. We believe in that philosophy. It doesn’t really seem to matter with them who is playing as long as we are winning. This is a bunch of guys that are connected.

“We in the ACC, there are a lot of one-and-dones (players) and McDonald’s All-Americans … we feel that we can compete if we have a number of guys contributing night in and night out.”

Michigan had 7/2 odds of winning the 2018 NCAA Men's College Basketball Championship while FSU was at 12/1 odds.

This game will start at 8:49 pm EST with LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING available right up to the final second of play.

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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