Georgia State vs. Xavier Betting Line Has Panthers +6.5 Dog Following Upset

Written by:
Mary Montgomery
Published on:
Mar/19/2015
Georgia State vs. Xavier Betting Line Has Panthers +6.5 Dog Following Upset

The Georgia State vs. Xavier betting line had the Panthers as a +6.5 underdog in Saturday’s game against Xavier following their shock last seconds win over a very good Baylor team.

Georgia State ended the game on a 13-0 run Thursday.   R.J. Hunter scored 12 of the Panthers' points during the run.

Hunter, head coach Ron Hunter, sunk a  3-pointer with 2.7 seconds remaining to life the Panthers to a 57-56 opening-game victory over the Bears in the NCAA tournament on Thursday.

That shot caused coach Hunter to fall off a rolling chair he’s had to use after tearing his left Achilles tendon celebrating Georgia State winning the Sun Belt Conference championship. 

Georgia State joins UAB as a 14-seed to pull off an upset Thursday. Though the Panthers were the most favored 14-seed to win a Round of 64 game at 8.4 percent, just 1.9 percent of brackets entered in ESPN's Tournament Challenge had Georgia State and UAB winning.

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11:00 AM

527

Alabama

   

+4½

-110

o

 

 

528

Miami Florida

   

-4½

-110

o

 

 

 

03:00 PM

511

Georgia State

   

+6½

-110

o

 

 

512

Xavier

   

-6½

-110

o

 

 

 

03:00 PM

515

Butler

   

+4½

-110

o

 

 

516

Notre Dame

   

-4½

-110

o

 

 

 

03:00 PM

519

UAB

   

+7

-110

o

 

 

520

UCLA

   

-7

-110

o

 

 

 

03:00 PM

523

Ohio State

   

+9

-110

o

 

 

524

Arizona

   

-9

-110

o

 

 

 

07:30 PM

539

Louisiana-Lafayette

   

+6

-110

o

 

 

540

Sam Houston State

   

-6

-110

o

 

 

 

10:00 PM

541

Northern Arizona

   

+3½

-110

o

 

 

542

Sacramento State

   

-3½

-110

o

 

 

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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