Northwestern or Gonzaga? Both Are Killing the Bookies

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Northwestern takes on Gonzaga Saturday evening at 5:15 pm EST with the Bulldogs a -10.5 favorite but both these teams have been brutal to the bookies with the Wildcats 20-12 Against The Spread thus far and Gonzaga 22-8-1 ATS.

Bookies lucked out a bit in the first round with Gonzaga failing to cover.  They’ve done so in 60 percent of their last ten games overall.

Northwestern covered a +2 spread against Vanderbilt to advance to the second round but have only covered the spread in 40 percent of their last ten, thus providing the bookies with a bit of a breather.

The Bulldogs are 20-5-1 ATS in their last 26 games vs. a team with a winning straight up record.  This trend gives the Zags a bit of an edge for this game. 

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